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Muhlenberg County Represented in 20 Safest Kentucky Cities List
Safewise has released its annual list of the safest cities in Kentucky. While Owensboro, did not make the list, the western Kentucky portion of the tri-state was relatively well-represented.
Mustangs top Ohio County in defensive battle
GREENVILLE -- Muhlenberg County almost let its precarious lead against 10th District rival Ohio County slip away down the stretch on Tuesday night -- but not quite. In a slow-paced defensive battle, the Mustangs (3-2) scored six consecutive points in the final 31 seconds to turn back the visiting Ea
Lady Mustangs pull away, stay undefeated
GREENVILLE -- Two 10th District girls' basketball teams entered Tuesday's confrontation undefeated, and, of course, only one remained unscathed. It was Muhlenberg County. In a tense tussle with visiting Ohio County most of the way, the Lady Mustangs (5-0) erupted for 27 fourth-quarter points to pull
Big Brothers Big Sisters goes independent
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hopkins and Muhlenberg counties is forging its own path in 2019 and will be an independent nonprofit organization with a new name. BBBS Executive Director Kellie Arnold said its board of directors voted to disaffiliate with Big Brother Big Sisters and for it to become its
Crash south of Princeton injures 5
A crash south of Princeton Dec. 3 injured four Trigg County residents and a Dawson Springs man, Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office units reported this week. The crash occurred at 4:55 p.m. Monday near the intersection of Ky. 514 and Red Hill Road, about 10 miles south of the city near the Caldwell/Tri
What are this year's Top 10 stories?
It brought a lot of good times -- and bad -- to the region. The first five stores in Gateway Commons opened. Towne Square Mall was sold. The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum opened.
Brody's hot start sparks Colonels to victory
Christian County boys’ basketball notched its second consecutive win Tuesday, defeating Owensboro 75-66. Colonel senior Eric Brody came out scorching hot against the Devils to start the game, scoring the first 12 points for County to give them a 12-4 lead just after tip-off.
HHS downs UHA in district tilt
The Hopkinsville Lady Tigers took advantage of a big shooting night en route to a 68-37 win over district foe University Heights Academy Tuesday night at HHS. Hoptown used an 18-0 run at the end of the first half to put the game out of reach and even instituted a running clock in the third quarter.
John Prine Coming to Muhlenberg County
A small Kentucky city is bringing a big name artist to town in the new year. Lu-Ray Park and Amphitheater in Central City has announced John Prine as it’s a performer for 2019.
Georgia man charged after pursuit, stolen 4-wheeler reported
DAWSON SPRINGS -- A man from Georgia faces numerous charges, including property theft, after he allegedly fled from an attempted traffic stop Sunday in the Dawson Springs area.
Man enters Alford plea in double slaying
MORGANTOWN, Ky. (AP) – A man accused of killing a retired pastor and his wife in their southcentral Kentucky home has entered an Alford plea. The plea means 36-year-old Kevin Dye doesn’t admit guilt in the 2016 shooting deaths of Kenneth Neafus and his wife, Dorothy Neafus, but acknowledges the pros
Driver Flown to Hospital Following Muhlenberg County Snow Plow Crash
More information has been released following an accident that involved a passenger vehicle and snow plow on U.S. 431 north of Drakesboro. Police say on December 5th, Kevin Wilson was driving northbound on U.S. 431 when he lost control of his car on an ice covered bridge. The car then slid into the p
Muhlenberg County Sees Highest Unemployment Rate in Tri-State
The state of Kentucky has released the county unemployment data for the month of October. According to the report, published by Kentucky Center for Statistics, unemployment rates between October 2017 and October 2018 rose in 76 Kentucky counties, fell in 34, and stayed the same in 10 counties.
Local Gander memorial ceremony set for Wednesday
This year’s wreath-laying ceremony at Hopkinsville’s Gander Memorial Park will feature students from three schools in the community who will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” during the annual event that remembers the 248 Fort Campbell soldiers who perished in a plane crash on Dec. 12, 1985.
McLean’s Handicapping Statistics / Graham Cracking at the Fair Grounds
Another good race day on Sunday at the beautiful Fair Grounds racetrack in New Orleans. We posted another 5 winners on the day, and after the first 75 races that we have handicapped at the track this meet, we have notched 38 wins. Not a bad start.
Skatin' on the square
Holiday music rang over the loud speaker as families took a whirl around the temporary ice-skating rink at the center of Hopkinsville early Friday. Carol Huffman and her children, who moved to Hopkinsville over the summer from Ohio, took a break from home-schooling for an hour-and-a-half session on
Pennyroyal Center hosts Festival of Trees
The War Memorial building was bright with Christmas cheer Friday night at the Pennyroyal Center’s Festival of Trees. The unofficial start to Hopkinsville’s downtown Christmas celebration was packed with trees decorated by local schools and businesses and a crowd excited about the holiday season.
Former attorney pleads guilty to stealing from clients to pay gambling losses
GLASGOW – An attorney based in Greensburg who also practiced in this area pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to five counts of wire fraud, according to a press release from U.S. Attorney Russell M. Coleman's office.
Shop with a Cop benefits 110 child shoppers
What child wouldn't turn down the opportunity to browse a toy aisle and walk home with a single free prized possession? At the very least, 110 Hopkins County kids wouldn't. For the past three decades, members of local law enforcement have been waking up far earlier than their usual shift on a very s
Muhlenberg calms Lady Storm, 64-52
Grace Hauslein and Destin Armour each scored 15 points as Muhlenberg County took a 64-52 girls' high school basketball victory over Hopkins County Central on Thursday in Mortons Gap.