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Fort Campbell Soldier Dies In Training Accident

A Fort Campbell soldier assigned to the 101st Airborne Division died Wednesday in a training accident.  According to Fort Campbell Public Affairs, the accident occurred around 2:00 Wednesday afternoon. Officials say the soldier was taken to Blanchfield...Read More

Pendleton Appointed To State Military Affairs Commission

A Hopkinsville woman is among Governor Matt Bevin’s recent appointments to state boards and commissions. Christian County Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Kelli Pendleton was appointed to the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs. She will represent members at-large...Read More

U.S. Senate Passes Funding For Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell Army officials received some great news Wednesday. The Army base will receive more than $132 million after the U.S. Senate passed the National Defense Legislation Wednesday for a total of $150 million in funding secured...Read More

Senate Passes Funding to Combat Asian Carp

Some good news out of the nation’s Capitol Wednesday regarding the war on Asian Carp. The U.S. Senate has passed U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s measure to combat the spread of Asian Carp in both Kentucky...Read More

State Park Road In Trigg Closed Thursday

Motorists traveling Kentucky 1489/State Park Road in Trigg County need to be aware a section of the road will be closed Thursday. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet spokesman Keith Todd says State Park Road will be closed beginning at...Read More

Man Charged With Possessing Meth And Synthetics

Authorities say a seatbelt violation landed a Hopkinsville man behind bars for possessing drugs. Hopkinsville Police report 34-year old Jack McClendon was stopped for the violation at the intersection of West 1st and Fowler streets just after...Read More

Man Charged With DUI Had Child In Vehicle

A Hopkinsville man stopped by deputies on the Pennyrile Parkway is facing charges for allegedly driving while intoxicated and with a child in the vehicle. The Christian County Sheriff’s Office reports deputies observed 38-year old Ryan Gutelius...Read More

Courtroom Disruption Leads To Delay In Arson Case

The case against a Cerulean woman charged with arson and attempted murder has been continued following her outburst Wednesday morning in Christian Circuit Court. While Judge John Atkins was hearing another case, 32-year old Karen Brafman was...Read More

Airmen Take Country Music To The Air Force

Wild Blue Country is the United States Air Force Academy’s commercial band of active duty musicians whose mission is to support the Air Force, and its Academy, both stateside and abroad. The band has seen numerous changes...Read More