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Whitfield Visits Hopkinsville YMCA

US Representative Ed Whitfield stopped at the Hopkinsville YMCA Friday to tour the ongoing construction projects ...Read More

Celebrity Visit To Local Bar-B-Q

The boys at Knock'em Hill Bar-B-Q had a surprise visit Friday from a television personality as he films for his upcoming show ...Read More

Relief Fund For Hopkinsville Assault Victim

Following the brutal assault of a Hopkinsville High School student early Sunday morning by some of his peers, the family has received an outpouring of support from Christian County and surrounding communities ...Read More

Soldiers To Be Quarantined After Liberia Mission

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital officials say they are taking all precautions possible to mitigate the possibility of Ebola affecting Fort Campbell soldiers or the local community when they return ...Read More

Bill Clinton To Campaign For Grimes In Western Kentucky

Former President Bill Clinton will be in Western Kentucky Tuesday, October 21, to campaign for Democratic United States Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Charged With Trafficking In Cocaine

A Hopkinsville man is facing drug trafficking charges following his arrest Thursday night ...Read More

Local Hospitals Prepare For Potential Ebola Outbreak

With growing fears about an Ebola outbreak in the United States, many Americans may be wondering if hospitals are prepared ...Read More

Zoo Puts Down White Rhino

It was a sad day Wednesday at the Louisville Zoo. ...Read More

District Three And Four Magisterial Debates

Government transparency, gangs, and County snow removal were some of the concerns Christian County residents had for Magisterial candidates Thursday night ...Read More

Hopkinsville Mayoral Forum

The theme of Thursday night's Hopkinsville mayoral debate was set in the candidates opening statements ...Read More

School Board Approves North Drive Renovation

The Christian County School Board approved the renovation of North Drive Middle School to a K-6 Elementary School at its October meeting Thursday ...Read More

National School Lunch Week

It's National School Lunch Week, and Trigg County Schools is celebrating with two goals, according to Food Services' Paula Dickerson ...Read More

Ham Fest Exhibits A Huge Success

Although wet weather may have kept some people away from the 2014 Trigg County Country Ham Festival, the number of entries in the 4-H and Homemakers competitions was up, as was interest in this year's country hams ...Read More

Hopkinsville Art Guild Ribbon Cutting

Area artists now have a new downtown venue to share and sell their works with the ribbon cutting of the Hopkinsville Art Guild Thursday on 6th Street ...Read More

Paul Contradicts CDC Stand On Ebola

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is contradicting the message national health officials are conveying about the nature of the Ebola virus ...Read More

Sheriff's Department Talks About Sexual Assault Case

The investigation continues into the sexual assault of a 15-year old Hopkinsville boy early Sunday morning, with a fifth arrest made Wednesday ...Read More

Pennyrile Electric Advising Of Scam

Pennyrile Electric is warning their members about a scam that has recently been reported ...Read More

State Police Looking For Sex Offender

The Kentucky State Police is asking for the public's help in locating a non-compliant sex offender ...Read More

Fifth Suspect Arrested In Brutal Sexual Assault

Another arrest has been made in connection with the brutal sexual assault of a 15-year old Hopkinsville boy early Sunday morning ...Read More

Voter Forums Continue Thursday Night

Voters will have a chance to learn more about candidates for Hopkinsville Mayor and Christian County magistrate....Read More

UPDATE - Cadiz Police Investigating Anna Street Home Invasion

Cadiz Police are investigating an early morning home invasion and assault that occurred at a residence on Anna Street. ...Read More

Police Investigate Thefts From Vehicles

Hopkinsville Police are investigating thefts from multiple vehicles on the west side of town Tuesday night ...Read More

Christian County Parents Discipline Survey

Christian County School officials are asking parents of Christian County students to go online and fill out a discipline survey ...Read More

Museum To Host Craft Bazaar

The Janice Mason Art Museum will host a juried Christmas Craft Bazaar December 12 through 14 ...Read More

Conway Participating In Town Hall At Fort Campbell

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway is among those scheduled to stop at Fort Campbell next week for a town hall meeting ...Read More

Whitfield In Hopkinsville Friday

First District Congressman Ed Whitfield is scheduled to be in Christian County Friday morning ...Read More

Dodgeball Tournament Raises Funds For United Way

Nearly a thousand dollars was raised for the United Way of the Pennyrile by the first ever dodgeball tournament in Christian County ...Read More

DSCC Stops Kentucky Senate Campaign Advertising

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is pulling advertising from the Kentucky Senate race between Alison Lundergan Grimes and incumbent Senator Mitch McConnell ...Read More

First League Of Women Voters Debates

The Christian County League of Women Voters kicked off the first of 5 nights of local candidates forums Tuesday night ...Read More

Christian Care Communities Hosts Mayoral Debate

Residents of the Christian Care Communities campus in Hopkinsville hosted a mayoral debate Mayor Tuesday afternoon ...Read More

Kentucky Campaign Law Declared Unconstitutional

A significant change in campaign regulations is taking place in Kentucky ...Read More

Prosecution Rests In Jail Embezzlement Trial

Testimony continued Tuesday in day five of the embezzlement trial of Honey Darlene Summers, the longtime bookkeeper at the Christian County Jail ...Read More

Imagination Library Boat Cruise Sunday

The Trigg County Imagination Library has provided free books for thousands of local children ...Read More

Toys For Tots Taking Donations And Applications

It's almost time to start applying for Trigg County Toys for Tots, the program that provides Christmas gifts to families in need, according to program organizers Linda Oiler and Wylee Oliver ...Read More

Special Big Read Celebration

There is set to be a special celebration for the Big Read in Hopkinsville Friday evening ...Read More

Veterans Activities Coming Up

Local veteran's groups have plenty of activities planned in the coming weeks, ending with the Veteran's Day Parade in downtown Cadiz on November 11 ...Read More

Boots On The Ground In Liberia

An advance party of about 100 Fort Campbell soldiers arrived in Liberia over the weekend as part of the ongoing efforts to stop the spread of the Ebola virus ...Read More

Troops Train For Liberia Deployment

Troops from Fort Campbell have been making preparations for their upcoming deployment to Liberia ...Read More

Summers Jail Embezzlement Trial Continuing

Testimony continued today in day 5 of the embezzlement trial of Honey Darlene Summers the longtime bookkeeper at the Christian County Jail ...Read More

Christian Fiscal Court Hears More Concerning Go Kart Track

A decision concerning an entertainment license for Poor Boys Racing in north Christian County is still pending ...Read More

Three Injured When Car Hit By Train

Three people were injured Monday night when a train struck a car at a crossing in Hopkins County ...Read More

Police Cracking Down On Parking Lot Cut Throughs

Hopkinsville Police are preparing to crack down on motorists who are cutting through parking lots to avoid a stop sign at a busy intersection ...Read More

School Board Member Elected To State Organization

A member of the Christian County Board of Education has been elected to the board of directors of the largest organization of elected officials in Kentucky ...Read More

New Marshall Elementary School To Be Built

A military construction program begun in Fiscal Year 2010 to replace aging Department of Defense Education Activity schools, will replace Marshall Elementary School, at Fort Campbell ...Read More

Deer Related Collisions Increase In Fall

Transportation officials are reminding motorists that the number of deer versus vehicle collisions increase substantially during the last three months of the year...Read More

Caldwell County Youth Injured In Sunday Crash

A Caldwell County youth was transported to Lourdes Hospital following a single vehicle accident Sunday afternoon ...Read More

Senate Candidates Debate On KET

Senator Mitch McConnell and Secretary of State Alison Grimes discussed jobs, coal, the role of government in the lives of Americans and other topics during Monday's KET Debate ...Read More

Minimal Damage Reported From Monday Thunderstorms

It appears the Pennyrile was spared any significant damage as the result of a line of strong thunderstorms that moved through late Monday afternoon and early Monday evening.....ReadMore