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UK to host Late-Season Field School Sept. 6 | The Lake News
Princeton, Ky., – University of Kentucky specialists will host a field school for row crop producers Sept. 6 at the UK Research and Education Center Farm in Princeton. The school will go from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. CDT and will cover late-season issues related to small grains, corn and soybeans.
HPD: Woman arrested after two hit and runs, fleeing police, drugs
A 25-year-old woman was arrested Sunday night behind Roney Drive after two hit and runs, fleeing police and drug possession, according to a Hopkinsville police report.Police reportedly received a call about a hit and run on Henderson Road, which the caller told police that the same vehicle had alleg
Person fled leaving two minors in a vehicle
A person fled leaving two minors in a vehicle parked in an intersection on Country Club Lane after police noticed the person driving without a license, according to a Hopkinsville police report. The name of the person was redacted from the report.The following information was obtained through police
Stop leads to 3 arrests
Three local residents face drug charges after a traffic stop in Princeton Thursday night.According to Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office reports, the arrests came after a stop by Deputy Kenny Vincent at the intersection of South Jefferson and Cash streets at 9 p.m. Thursday.After further investigation
Paducah man arrested during welfare check
While enroute, a second person called saying he saw Brown driving a car in a reckless manner in the Paducah Athletic Club parking lot. When the deputy arrived, he found that Brown was manifestly under the influence of intoxicants.
Travis brings experience to Calvert City new marketing position | The Lake News
After a months-long process Calvert City Council hired Blair Travis last week to become the City’s first Director of Marketing. She will fill several roles for the City in the coming months some of those roles include marketing, communications and serving as a business liaison to local businesses. I
Kentucky high school football players who 'took bullets' now are playing for the victims
BENTON, Ky. — Minutes before Friday night's season opener, Tyler Stevenson stepped to the front of a crowded Marshall County High School football locker room.
Couple charged in interstate vehicle chase
A two-state vehicle chase that ended in Hopkins County this week has led to the arrest of an Evansville man on multiple felonies, including the attempted murder of a police officer.Around 6 p.m. Thursday, Mark A. Poenitski, 21, allegedly fled from Evansville police when officers attempted a traffic
Tip Leads to Paducah Man's Arrest on Drug Charges
During the investigation, Brown was reportedly found to be under the influence of drugs, and was found with methamphetamine, marijuana and items of drug paraphernalia.
Police: Man assaulted medical personnel after smoking meth
Matthew A, Croft, 32, allegedly went to the Hopkinsville Fire Department and when they attempted to help him he became combative with EMS, according to a Hopkinsville Police report. Croft also resisted arrest by police and told them he had been smoking methamphetamine for three days.
Assistant Providence Police Chief pleads guilty
Suspended Providence Police Assistant Chief Alan King entered a plea of guilty to official misconduct in Crittenden County Wednesday. The plea was entered there because of the convenience of meeting between the prosecutor and the defense, according to the Webster County Circuit Court Clerk's office.
ATV ride benefits state fraternity
More than a dozen Kentucky riders loaded up their all-terrain vehicles this weekend and spent the day at the West Kentucky ATV Park to help support a statewide civic group.The Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky, based in Louisville, held its second annual Grand Masters ATV Ride and Poker Run Saturday a
South McPherson Street fire displaces family
A small fire due to possible electrical issues in a wall heater displaced a family on South McPherson Street, said Hopkinsville Firefighters, adding the Red Cross has been called to help the family.
Sunday Night Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrest
According to the McCracken County Sheriff's Department, at approximately 11:33 PM, deputies conducted a traffic stop on Herman Avenue for traffic violations.
Miniature golf course now open
The opening day verdict is in. According to some of its very first players, the Madisonville City Park Golf Course is "awesome," "beautiful" and even a little challenging.The 18-hole, $425,000 Madisonville Forward project officially opened to the public Saturday afternoon after undergoing about a mo
'Play for them': Marshall County returns to football field months after school shooting
BENTON, Ky. — Minutes before Friday night’s season opener, Tyler Stevenson stepped to the front of a crowded Marshall County High School football locker room.
KSP Post 1 Announces Safety Checkpoints
The intent of a traffic safety checkpoint is to provide for a high visibility, public safety service, focusing on vehicular equipment deficiencies, confirming appropriate registration and insurance of vehicles, and the valid licensing of drivers. Violations of law or other public safety issues that
Rapper Lil Keke coming to town to perform #SouthsideChallenge
The Houston rapper behind the song that spawned the local #SouthsideChallenge is coming to perform his 1997 hit song in Hopkinsville.Lil Keke will be in concert at 8 p.m. Sept. 21 at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the event is for ages 18 and up.Tickets are $30 for g
Kuttawa Tourism plans new events
“It’s something that’s very common in eastern Kentucky and Indiana, but it’s the first of its kind in this area,” Sewell said. “We’ve been planning it since September. It starts very early in the morning so [participants] will have to stay the night before to compete early the next morning.”
Princeton Police respond to horse complaint
A complaint about a vehicle leading a horse on West Market Saturday led to charges for a Farmersville Road man, Princeton police reported this week.Officers received the complaint at 1:36 p.m. Saturday and stopped the vehicle in question, along with the horse, at the Ideal Market on West Main Street