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Kentucky Hospital Association Reports Favorably On Trigg County Hospital
A recent report generated from the Kentucky Hospital Association paints a favorable light for Trigg County Hospital — and its impact on the immediate area. Don Michael, chief financial officer, listed the findings during Thursday evening’s session with the Board of Directors. Currently:. — The healthcare facility and...
Man Injured In Trigg County Crash
A wreck on Lock E Road in Trigg County sent a man to the hospital Thursday night. Trigg County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Hicks says a car driven by Daniel Chambers ran off the road hitting a guardrail near the intersection of Bear Run Road. Chambers was taken by ambulance...
Trigg Schools Reflects On Leadership Class, Pay Cells And SEEK Funding
During Thursday night’s Trigg County Public Schools Board of Education session, Superintendent Bill Thorpe’s report came with three important prongs. One, a successful visit to the district from the Trigg County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Class. Two, a simplification of the district’s pay scale charts. And...
Downtown Cadiz Farmer’s Market to Return April 13
The Downtown Cadiz Farmer’s Market will return this spring at its new permanent location on Spring Street in the former Cee Bee parking lot. Cadiz on Main Director Brianna Hyde said the farmer’s market offers a variety of products from vendors. Hyde said there would be a fee...
Hopkinsville man indicted by federal grand jury on drug charges
A Hopkinsville man appeared before a US magistrate judge Thursday after being indicted recently by a federal grand jury in Paducah on drug related charges. 35 year old Jason Stewart was charged with conspiring to possess with the intent to distribute methamphetamine and fentanyl. If convicted, Stewart faces a mandatory...
Man Charged With Trafficking Drugs In Christian County
A man was charged with trafficking drugs after a traffic stop on Bryan Street in Hopkinsville Tuesday night. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say 40-year-old Jack McLendon was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped by law enforcement and during the stop he was found to have warrants for probation violation.
HPD investigating property damage at fairgrounds
The Hopkinsville Police Department is investigating the damaging of property at the Western Kentucky State Fairgrounds. According to the report, an unknown suspect or suspects intentionally destroyed property at the fairgrounds sometime between Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, including breaking a double pane window and exterior door. The total for the value of the property damage was $750.
Western Kentucky State Fair Building Vandalized
A building owned by the Western Kentucky State Fair was found damaged Wednesday morning. Hopkinsville Police say sometime between Tuesday morning and Wednesday morning someone damaged an exterior door and a window on the building. The property that was damaged is valued at $750. No arrest has been made.
New bridge set to be constructed on New Hope Road in Trigg County
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans an extended closure of New Hope Road in southern Trigg County starting Wednesday, February 28. According to a news release, KY 525, or New Hope Road, will be closed at mile point 4.397 to allow construction of a new bridge over Potts Creek. This is along New Hope Road between Prather Road and Jack Humphries Road and just over a mile north of the KY 1253 intersection.
Trigg County FFA Officers Reflect on Service
As part of National FFA Week, the Trigg County chapter officers had a chance to share their experiences and the knowledge gained in high school. Anna Sink is president of the Trigg County FFA chapter. Reporter Jamie Lynn Hestand has a Supervised Agriculture Experience that works with a different side...
James Keeton, 86, of Elkton
Graveside services for 86-year-old James Guy Keeton of Elkton will be on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at noon at East End Cemetery in Cadiz. Goodwin Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Survivors:. Son – Randy Keeton, Elkton. Daughter – Nancy Baugh (Gary), Lewisburg. Daughter – Suzanne...
Hopkinsville man arrested in Marshall County on Trigg County warrant
A Hopkinsville man was arrested Tuesday on an indictment warrant issued by Trigg Circuit Court. The Marshall County Sheriff's Office said 33-year-old Henry Wharton was indicted on a charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence-4th or greater offense, fleeing or evading police, wanton endangerment and other traffic offenses.
Pennyrile Honor Guard In Need Of More Volunteers, Support
Providing military honors for veterans’ burials, the Pennyrile Honor Guard has found itself considerably busy since the start of 2024. Cadiz man Curt Holmes, himself a U.S. Army and Vietnam War veteran, recently told The News Edge that 10 burials were handled in January, and they were up to 16 in February — with a week remaining.
First Alert Forecast: Line of rain & storms on the way
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - Brief heavy downpours will be possible this evening as a cold front moves through. Download the WSMV 4 First Alert Weather app for iPhone or Android. Our team of meteorologists will send alerts to your phone about conditions headed your way. They also share custom videos about the weather where you live.
Trigg County Solar Farm Ordinance Passes First Reading
Trigg County is looking to ensure all residents have equal protections as solar power continues to grow in the region. During Tuesday night’s Fiscal Court meeting, Judge Executive Stan Humphries went over the proposed Solar Ordinance. He adds the County ordinance will follow the state guidelines with one exception...
KY Hopkinsville's Most Loveable Puppies Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around hopkinsville..
PHOTOS – Henderson County 77 Trigg County 48
Henderson County won its 12th straight game against Trigg County on Tuesday, defeating the Wildcats 77-48. Here is a gallery of shots from the game.
Local woman charged with burglary, criminal mischief
A Hopkinsville woman is facing several charges following investigation into an incident on Koffman Drive Tuesday morning. According to the police report, officers responded to a residence in the 100 block of Koffman where the victim was doing work to an apartment for the complex. The victim told officers that 35-year-old Marissa Joy of Hopkinsville had entered the apartment without permission and refused to leave. She allegedly struck the victim in the arm.
Cousins Maine Lobster Returns to Western Kentucky & Southern Indiana This Week
If you are a fan of lobster, you won't want to miss your chance this week to chow down on some from a popular food truck made famous on the hit TV show, Shark Tank. Cousins Maine Lobster has been around for over a decade now. The popular lobster food truck gained a lot of fame in 2016 when the founders pitched their concept on the show Shark Tank. Following the company's success on the show, Cousins Maine Lobster gained even more steam with more food trucks and restaurant locations all throughout the United States. Cousins Maine serves up a variety of fresh lobster rolls, chowder, bisque, and several other unique lobster items.
Hopkinsville Councilmember arraigned in Circuit Court
A Hopkinsville City Councilmember was arraigned in Christian Circuit Court Wednesday morning. Jaime Lienberger, who represents Ward 9 currently, was indicted by a Christian County Grand Jury on one count of tampering with a witness, which is a felony. The charge is in relation to an incident in October, where Daniella Maleno is facing charges of first-degree criminal abuse of a child under 12 years of age and tampering with a witness.