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Hopkinsville Man Charged With Drug Trafficking In Todd County

A Hopkinsville man was charged with trafficking drugs after a traffic stop on US 68 in Todd County Thursday. Todd County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonathan Knight says he stopped 29-year-old Marquez Penman for speeding and he could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. After a search of...
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Christian County Grand Jury Returns Indictments For Drug Trafficking

The Christian County Grand Jury returned several indictments Friday, including charges of drug trafficking, promoting contraband, and receiving stolen property. A true bill was returned on 19-year old Jakiyah Victoria Hinton, of Hopkinsville, on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance, Carfentanil or Fentanyl derivatives, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance – cocaine over 4 grams, and possession of marijuana.

Princeton man arrested after gun, drugs seized

A Princeton man was arrested Thursday on drug and gun charges. The Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force with help from Princeton police searched a home on North Jefferson Street, where they reportedly seized approximately one-quarter pound of meth, two handguns, and $160 in cash. Fifty-nine-year old Thomas A. Martin was taken...

Traffic stop leads to meth arrest in Providence, police say

PROVIDENCE, Ky. (WFIE) - The Providence Police Department says they arrested a man on Thursday after pulling him over for erratic driving and having a brake light out. They say it happened around 5 p.m. on US-41 A. According to a social media post, that driver was identified as Cody...

Woman Injured In Thursday Major Lane Crash

A wreck on Major Lane in Hopkinsville sent a woman to the hospital Thursday afternoon. Hopkinsville Police say just before 7 pm a northbound car crossed into the path of a southbound SUV near the intersection of Old Major Lane. The driver of the car was taken by ambulance to...

HHS graduates, honors 287 seniors in Class of 2022

The threat of rain didn’t stop 287 seniors of Hopkinsville High School from graduating and celebrating Friday night at the Stadium of Champions. Those graduates walked across the grass to get their diplomas with their heads held high as their families cheered and applauded, and Principal Dr. James Gunn says it has been an honor to watch them grow and learn, and start to become the adults they are while setting out on their paths towards the future.

Road work will begin next week on I-69 in Henderson

MADISONVILLE, Ky. (WEHT) – Lane restrictions will begin on I-69 in Henderson County starting on May 31. The lane restrictions will be necessary for a contractor to work on holes, culverts and edge drains in the median before paving can occur. The passing lanes on the northbound and southbound sides of I-69 will have lane […]

Oak Grove Spring into Summer Festival is this weekend

Oak Grove will host its 14th Annual Spring into Summer Salutes Fort Campbell festival this Memorial Day weekend and it’s all free to attend. Event Coordinator KaDee Andreasen says the gates open at the Fort Campbell Memorial Walking Trail at noon Saturday and the main event will be the Dylan Scott concert at 7 p.m. at the Viceroy.

Randolph to Represent Dawson Springs at State Track Meet

Trinity Randolph will be the lone representative for Dawson Springs at next week’s Class A State Track and Field Meet in Lexington. Randolph tied for third at the region meet with a jump of 4-feet, 10-inches. Here is a gallery of shots of the boys’ and girls’ track and...

Man Charged With Assaulting Woman In Cadiz

A Lewisburg man was charged after he reportedly assaulted a woman and fled from police Monday morning. Cadiz Police say 23-year-old Taylor McGehee hit a woman while she was driving and then choked her before she stopped the vehicle on Hospital Street. McGehee took her phone during the fight to...

Bypass accident injures local man

An accident on the Eagle Way Bypass Wednesday morning sent the driver of one of the vehicles to the hospital. The collision report from Hopkinsville police says 88-year old Elizabeth Quarles of Hopkinsville had been eastbound and was trying to make a left turn into Tractor Supply when she struck a westbound pickup operated by 29-year old Trever Gayle of Hopkinsville.

Local Veteran Honored by Active Duty Unit

A local veteran received recognition from his active duty unit. David Robbins travelled to Fort Campbell, KY, to become a Distinguished Member Of the Regiment from “Above the Rest” 1st Battalion of the 327th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). There have only been 299 individuals assigned the...

Bathrooms, Budgets Brought Before Trigg School Board

For months, one of the finer points of the construction for the Trigg County Schools Co-Curricular building is the addition a second set of bathrooms with changing capabilities — which would accommodate not just visiting schools, but current and future Wildcats. During Thursday’s Board of Education meeting, officials approved...