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Not everyone can make it home for the holidays, or spend it with their family and friends for the day. But not all hope is... [Read More]
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With many businesses closing for Thanksgiving, there will still be a few places people can go for dinner, for example, doors will open for The... [Read More]
The goal for most participants is to try to walk 100 miles during the Christian County Health Department's annual 100 mile challenge. This began in... [Read More]
Chandra Henderson of the Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority runs a test Wednesday afternoon in one of HWEA's plants. She tests the water to make sure... [Read More]
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At the beginning of the year, 47-year-old Rakesh Singh came up with an idea to open up a restaurant that served handmade pizzas, wings and... [Read More]
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With hundreds of people lining the parade path, school bands and the JROTC celebrated the veterans they marched with Saturday morning in downtown Hopkinsville. [Read More]
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In spring 1974, Wayne Goolsby became interested in World War I while he was a student teacher at Christian County Middle School. [Read More]
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Josh Groves of Saints Peter and Paul arrives back to Hopkinsville in style Saturday after being elected governor of the Kentucky Youth Assembly. KYA is... [Read More]
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For a long time, the Junior Auxiliary has had a ball that raises money for nonprofit organizations such as Grace and Mercy last year. [Read More]
One of the approximately 130 veterans that came to the 10th Veterans Day program in Todd County Central High School was honored by her granddaughter. [Read More]
When Jeffrey Watkins stood up Thursday night at the Challenge House dinner in James E. Bruce Convention Center, he explained he was looking for a... [Read More]
For the second year, The Holiday Hopfest will take over a portion of Hopkinsville Saturday, Nov. 18. [Read More]
Hillcrest Baptist Church member and veteran Larry Baker had an idea for what the church should do for Veterans Day.For the first time, they posted... [Read More]
A group of parents pushed strollers around the Oak Grove Community Center, Saturday, and worked up a sweat during the iStroll Weekend Workout. [Read More]
Items such as a pair of tap shoes, bibles, a wooden spoon and two posters were put on display in the Museum of Civilization on... [Read More]
"OK, so here we have a government top secret facility that goes deep in the earth," historian John O'Brien said while standing in front of... [Read More]
"OK, so here we have a government top secret facility that goes deep in the earth," Historian John O'Brien said while standing in front of... [Read More]
She said it was her civic duty to help make a difference Saturday morning downtown while helping the Hopkinsville Beautification Commission pick up trash.Janice Morbeck... [Read More]
The University Heights Academy second graders are on a mission to fill 10 contractor bags — which are about 42 gallons each — with plastic... [Read More]
"OK, so here we have a government top secret facility that goes deep in the earth," Historian John O'Brien said while standing in front of... [Read More]
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