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Feature Archive
Past Weeks :  

101st Celebrates Birthday

The 101st Airborne Division at Ft. Campbell is celebrating its 72nd birthday ...Read More

Peace Park To Open Again

Peace Park in Hopkinsville will open again Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11:30am. The park has been one of six in the city undergoing renovations...Read More

Little Green Men Days Ends With Concert And UFO Lights

UFO fans and fanatics have converged on the Kelly community in Christian County for Little Green Men Days ...Read More

HPD's K-9s Set To Retire

Two Hopkinsville Police officers will be retiring next week with long and productive careers ...Read More

Agreement Reached Over Import Of Hemp Seeds

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture and the federal government Friday finalized an agreement on a formal process for importing industrial hemp seeds into the state ...Read More

Groundbreaking For Dawson Springs Housing Complex

Governor Steve Beshear is among several state and local officials scheduled to be in Dawson Springs Monday afternoon for the grand opening of a new affordable housing complex ...Read More

Lyon County Woman Appointed To Committee

A Lyon County woman is among three people to be appointed Friday by Governor Beshear to a grant steering committee ...Read More

Final Workday For Howie

Though he won't be leaving town until later this month, Friday was Hopkinsville Police Chief Guy Howie's last day on the job ...Read More

Military Monday At Kentucky State Fair

In honor of the United States Military, the Kentucky State Fair will host Military Monday on August 18 ...Read More

Move To New Municipal Building Imminent

After some construction delays the City of Hopkinsville has laid out a second plan for their move into the new municipal building ...Read More

YMCA's Indoor Pool Will Have Many Benefits

Folks got a look at Phase I of the construction project underway at Hopkinsville's YMCA during last week's End of Summer Luau ...Read More

TRICARE Expands Test Coverage

Beginning in September, TRICARE will cover certain laboratory developed tests under the Defense Health Agency Evaluation of Non-United States Food and Drug Administration Approved Laboratory Developed Tests (LDT) Demonstration Project ...Read More

Kelly Green Men Days Festival This Weekend

The Kelly community in north Christian County will be the center of attention this weekend during the annual Little Green Men Days ...Read More

Princeton Expected To Feel Effects Of Hancocks Closing

When Hancock's Neighborhood Market owner Alison Hancock Oliver closes the doors to the Princeton location Saturday night, the community will loose more than just a grocery store ...Read More

Lonestar Rodeo Entertains Special Audience

The smiles on the faces of more than 200 Christian County Schools special needs students set the stage for a successful start to this year's Christian County Cattlemen's Rodeo ...Read More

More Details In Year Old Murder Arrest

Hopkinsville Police say it was a combination of factors that led to the arrest of a local teenager in connection to a year old murder ...Read More

LBL Homecomings In Stewart County And Lyon County

Officials with Land Between the Lakes have announced that former residents from the Stewart County portion of LBL will gather for their annual Homecoming on Sunday, August 31, at the Bison Range Picnic Area ...Read More

Crittenden County Man Sentened On Federal Drug Charges

A Crittenden County man has been sentenced to federal prison time for trafficking in meth ...Read More

School Board Considering Tax Increase

The Trigg County Board of Education is considering a 3.4-percent increase in property tax rates, and has set a September public hearing to discuss the matter....Read More

Teen Injured After Bike Struck By Car

A Hopkinsville teenager was transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center after his bike was struck by a car Thursday afternoon ...Read More

Trigg School Schedules Property Tax Hearing

The first Trigg County School Board meeting for the new academic began with serious business driving the agenda ...Read More

Legislators Address Impact Of Troop Reductions

House Republican members of the Interim Joint Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection expressed their concern about the potential of further troop reductions by the Fort Campbell and Fort Knox during their August meeting in Frankfort ...Read More

Teen Arrested For 2013 Murder

A suspect is now in custody in connection with the April 2013 murder of a Hopkinsville woman ...Read More

Tourism Commission Discusses Free Wi-Fi

The Trigg County Tourist Commission is exploring plans to help provide free Wi-Fi in downtown Cadiz ...Read More

Allen Appointed To National Commission

The President of Hopkinsville Community College will serve for the next three years on a national community college commission ...Read More

Make The Most Of Marketing Efforts

Drew Hudgins, of Hudge Creative Media Marketing, spoke at the Trigg County Chamber's Lunch and Learn on Thursday about how to make the most of advertising and marketing efforts ...Read More

Broadbent's Ham Takes Grand Champion

A ham from Broadbents B and B Foods will sell next week in the Kentucky Country Ham Auction after taking home the Grand Champion prize Thursday at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville ...Read More

Hancock's Closing Princeton Location

A long time Caldwell County grocery store, which has a location in Trigg County will be closing its doors this Saturday ...Read More

Casey Dykes named Hoptown Hopper head coach

The Hoptown Hoppers have named Casey Dykes as their new head coach for the 2015 summer collegiate baseball season ...Read More

New Elkton Fire Chief Appointed

The City of Elkton has a new fire chief after the resignation of the former chief before his conviction on sexual abuse charges ...Read More

Bell Announces School Board Candidacy

After filing to run for office earlier in the week, local insurance agent Tom Bell announced his candidacy for school board Thursday and the endorsement of Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp ...Read More

Kentucky State Fair Gets Underway

The Kentucky State Fair is now underway at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville ...Read More

Ohio Valley League Provides Economic Boost

Summer baseball across the region has become an economic plus, and officials say it will only grow in the seasons to come ...Read More

Police Investigate Wednesday Home Invasion

Hopkinsville Police are investigating an apparent home invasion that occurred late Wednesday night ...Read More

Muhlenberg County Power Project Shelved

Officials in Muhlenberg County are expressing disappointment at the announcement that plans for a natural gas powered generating plant have come to a stop ...Read More

Clarksville Police Investigating Two Shootings

Clarksville Police say they are investigating two separate shootings that took place Wednesday ...Read More

Lower Crop Yields Projected In New Report

It appears the drier weather conditions that arrived in the middle of the summer are beginning to impact agriculture production across the state ...Read More

Two Injured In Newstead Road Crash

Two women were injured as the result of a single vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon on Kentucky 164-Newstead Road ...Read More

Hooks Sentenced To Life

Seth Hooks took full responsibility for the death of Harvey Choat Wednesday as he was sentenced for the murder and attempted robbery ...Read More

Alleged Burglar Shot During Breakin Attempt

Princeton Police are investigating an apparently burglary late Tuesday night that ended up with the alleged suspect being flown to an Evansville hospital ...Read More

No One Injured In Cerulean Fire

Cerulean and Montgomery Volunteer firefighters responded to a grease fire at a house on Washington Avenue in Cerulean Wednesday morning ...Read More

Russellville Man Injured In 9th Street Crash

A Russellville man was transported following a three vehicle accident on East 9th Street Tuesday afternoon ...Read More

Hopkinsville-Christian County Crimestoppers Seeking Fugitives

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Crimestoppers Program is asking for the public's help to locate two wanted fugitives ...Read More

Second Suspect Arrested For June Kangaroo Express Robbery

A second suspect is now in custody in connection with the June 4th armed robbery of the Kangaroo Express on Lafayette Road ...Read More

Tennessee Man Charged After Pursuit

A Tennessee man is facing numerous charges after leading law enforcement officials on a high speed pursuit in Livingston County, covering an estimated six miles ...Read More

Firefighters Head West To Assist With Wildfires

Eleven firefighters from the Kentucky Division of Forestry are volunteering to help the U ...Read More

End Of Summer Luau Aids YMCA

The End of Summer Luau at the Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA Tuesday served not only as a Polynesian send off to the hot season, but more importantly as an opportunity for guests and members to participate in the capital campaign for the soon to beconstructed indoor pool and aquatic center ...Read More

Education Important At First Community Vision Forum

A common theme of growth in education was seen Tuesday afternoon as political, business, and community leaders gathered to help form the direction that they want to see Christian County head in the next five years ...Read More

New Life Massage Parlor Trial May Be Delayed

An old box of evidence found in the former sheriff's office along with the move to make the case Capital will likely delay the trial of the three men accused in the New Life Massage Parlor murders ...Read More

Christian County Election Filings

There could be as many as two new faces on the Christian County School Board following the November General Election, with new mayors in Oak Grove, Crofton and Pembroke ...Read More

Final Candidates For Trigg Election

Now that the deadline has passed to file for the November election, Trigg County Clerk Doris McGill has released the final list of candidates ...Read More

Pennyrile State Park Celebrating 60th Anniversary

Officials with Pennyrile Forest State Park are announcing plans to celebrate a milestone anniversary ...Read More

Not Guilty Verdicts In Green Hills Memorial Gardens Case

After a trial of just over a week, a Christian County Circuit Court Jury has returned not guilty verdicts on all charges against the owners of Green Hill Memorial Gardens ...Read More

One Injured In Three Vehicle Crash In Princeton

One person was transported following a three vehicle accident Monday afternoon in Princeton ...Read More

UPDATE - Tuesday Armed Robbery In Princeton

Two Princeton men are facing charges following an early morning armed robbery Tuesday....Read More

Clarksville Man Injured In Interstate 24 Crash

A Clarskville man was flown to a Nashville hospital following a two vehicle accident Tuesday morning on Interstate 24 in Christian County ...Read More

Christian Fiscal Court Approves U.S. Tobacco Agreement

Construction of U S Smokeless Tobacco's new Hopkinsville facility will begin soon following action by Christian Fiscal Court ...Read More

Legislators Hear About Priority Schools

State legislators got an initial look Monday at how some of Kentucky’s persistently low achieving schools are improving the education provided to students ...Read More

Waggoner Promoted To Elkton Fire Chief

A long time firefighter is now leading the Elkton Fire Department ...Read More

Senator McConnell In Muhlenburg And Hopkins Counties

United States Senator Mitch McConnell will be on the campaign trail Wednesday in Western Kentucky ...Read More

Closing Arguements Tuesday In Strader Case

Jurors in the trial of two local business owners accused of stealing from graves are expected to hear closing statements Tuesday morning after more than a week of testimony ...Read More

PADD Board Encouraged To Support Fort Campbell Effort

Christian County Chamber Military Affairs Committee Chairman Jack Smith is asking all counties in the Pennyrile to participate in the campaign to let the Department of Defense know about the impact of Fort Campbell ...Read More