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With every crisis comes an in-kind number of scammers attempting to prey on the fear and anxiety of others and the current coronavirus... [Read More]
In this unprecedented time of anxiety and uncertainty, it's incumbent upon us to seek out the good things in life. With a somber future ahead... [Read More]
It's human nature to wonder when the current pandemic will run its course. It's just too early to tell, but it's natural for dates to... [Read More]
Cure Worse Than Disease Editor: Part I: March 30 was my 71st birthday. My wife and I watched a 211 TV movie called Contagion. The... [Read More]
A local church is looking to encourage the community with lighting and music. Every day during the pandemic shutdown, Stevenson United Methodist... [Read More]
A nationwide initiative to celebrate family during an uncertain time has been embraced by a local photographer. Kim DeBoy of Indigomagik... [Read More]
A local developer is seeking a liquor license for his new hotel, but some Fenwick residents are voicing their opposition to his requests. [Read More]
The Tannehill family urges everyone to help execute the game plan by washing your hands regularly, seeking medical care if you display any COVID-19 symptoms,... [Read More]
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 2, 2020... [Read More]
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, James Village apartment tenants received a letter Wednesday threatening eviction if they can't pay their rent. However, Kentucky... [Read More]
A Christian County Middle School employee tested positive for COVID-19. The has not been in the school since March 20. [Read More]
LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 2, 2020... [Read More]
With some 200 youngsters in Todd County signing up for baseball and just as many signing up for soccer, finding the space to play the... [Read More]
The Rev. Joseph "Joe" Wallace. 63, Hopkinsville, died at 11:35 a.m., Wednesday, March 28, 2020 at Jennie Stuart Medical Center. [Read More]
Kentucky is making huge strides to "flatten the curve" compared to other states. [Read More]
Over the past week, several pastors have asked me the same question: namely, is a church or ministry taking advantage of newly approved government-backed Small... [Read More]
Across Kentucky, the COVID-19 outbreak has upended our lives, significantly and suddenly. And while the national pandemic has created a great deal of fear and... [Read More]
In his update for April 1, Gov. Beshear reports 93 new cases of coronavirus, and two new deaths. He says the Trump Administration estimates that... [Read More]
After concerns brought by both council members and the Oak Grove community, Oak Grove City Council will be hosting its first April meeting via Facebook... [Read More]
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