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  • Postal Investigation Leads to Marijuana Trafficking Arrest

    OWENSBORO, KY (9/5/12) – On September 4, 2012 at approximately 12:00 p.m., Owensboro Police Department Street Crimes Detectives, working in conjunction with a United States Postal Inspector, executed a search warrant at 2117 Carpenter Drive in reference...
  • Miners Get Support from DOJ, Try Again to Pursuade County Officials

    MADISONVILLE, KY (9/5/12) – For a second consecutive meeting of the Hopkins County Fiscal Court, United Mine Workers of America International Representative Tim Miller (pictured, right) appeared before the body, petitioning for its support of the u...
  • Kolbi Edens Leads WCHS Golf Team

    WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (9/5/12) - Webster County High School girls’ golf team continues to improve, finishing second in a 3-team match last Thursday at Providence Municipal Golf & Recreation Center. The Lady Trojans carded a 194, clipping Caldwell Coun...
  • Trojans Second Half Rally Falls Short Against Union County in 28-13 Setback

    WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (9/5/12) - Webster County turned up the offensive and busted out some big plays Friday night against Union County. The only problem, the Braves owned a lead at halftime and they matched each big play by WCHS in the second half. The resu...
  • WCHS Volleyball Team Posts Freshman Victory

    WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (9/5/12) - Webster County’s very young volleyball squad posted its first win of the season, a three-set victory over Hopkinsville in freshman play last Thursday night at the WCHS auxiliary gym. WCHS won the first match 17-7 but fell ...
  • Beat the Experts

    WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (9/5/12) - 'Muscles' Boswell pumps out Week 1 "BTE" winner The Real Guru Well lookie, lookie ... no better way to kick-off year 26 than to have a veteran player and a man who now is packing some big-time, shirt-popping, sleeve-bustin hu...
  • Chauncey Rust DeArmond, 88 of Greenville, KY

    MUHLENBERG COUNTY, KY - Chauncey Rust DeArmond, 88 of Greenville, KY passed away Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 7:50 a.m. in the Muhlenberg Community Hospital in Greenville, KY after a short illness. She was born September 6, 1923 in Rosewood, KY the daugh...
  • City Set to Break Ground on New Municipal Center

    HOPKINSVILLE, KY (9/4/12) – Mayor Dan Kemp announced today a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Hopkinsville Municipal Center will be held Tuesday, September 18 at 5:15 p.m. at the downtown building site at 715 South Virginia Street (just north of Ninth ...
  • Three Arrested in Connection to Metcalfe Burglary

    HOPKINSVILLE, KY (9/4/12) – Hopkinsville Police were called to investigate a suspicious persons report Monday night around 11 p.m. in the Metcalfe Lane area. Police discovered a door kicked in to Metcalfe Wholesale Florist.  The wooden door frame ...
  • Bikes on Broadway-Riding for Readers

    PADUCAH, KY (9/4/12) – The Parks Services Department and BikeWorld are partnering with REACH to offer Riding for Readers during the next Bikes on Broadway event on Sunday, September 9, 1-4 p.m.    REACH collects books and distributes them to ...
  • Accepting Nominations for Distinguished Veteran Award

    PADUCAH, KY (9/4/12) – Paducah Parks Services and the Veterans Day Planning Committee are accepting nominations for the 2012 Distinguished Veteran Award through October 12.  The winner will be honored during Paducah’s annual Veterans Day Parade o...
  • Muhlenberg Sheriff Curtis McGehee named KY Sheriff Of The Year

    KENTUCKY (9/4/12) – Curtis McGehee began serving as Muhlenberg County Sheriff in January of 2011.  On September 20, at the Galt House in Louisville, KY, Sheriff McGehee will be presented the very prestigious KY Sheriff’s Association’s Sheriff o...
  • Kentucky State Police Post 2 Activity Report for August

    KENTUCKY (9/4/12) – For the month of August 2012, Kentucky State Police Post 2 reports the following activity:         *Arrested 39 Impaired Drivers         *Issued a Total of 1,...
  • Midtown East Neighborhood Alliance Identity Theft Prevention

    OWENSBORO, KY (9/4/12) – The Midtown East Neighborhood Alliance will host an Identify Theft Prevention Seminar at Walnut Memorial Baptist Church in the west wing fellowship hall, Monday September 24 at 6:00 PM.   Steve Brandle with Independence Ba...
  • Madisonville Police Report – September 4, 2012

    MADISONVILLE, KY (9/4/12) – Over the Labor Day holiday weekend the Madisonville Police Department reported 25 instances of Police activity within the Madisonville city limits. Paris Phipps, 20, of Madisonville was arrested at 458 North Main Street on a...
  • Jewelry Stolen from Hopkinsville Residence

    HOPKINSVILLE, KY (9/4/12) – Several thousand dollars’ worth of jewelry has been reported stolen from a Hopkinsville home. According to the Hopkinsville Police report, 58-year-old Patricia Lewis tells authorities that the property was taken from her h...
  • Motorcycle Reported Stolen to Police

    HOPKINSVILLE, KY (9/4/12) – Hopkinsville Police are investigating the theft of a motorcycle and other items from a truck Monday evening. According to the Hopkinsville Police report, the incident occurred sometime between 8:30 and 11 p.m. Monday night a...
  • Three Arrested on Drug Charges Following Traffic Stop

    CADIZ, KY (9/4/12) – Three Iowa residents have been arrested and charged with drug-related offenses following a traffic stop in Cadiz. According to the Cadiz Police Department, the incident occurred on U.S. 68 around 4 p.m. Saturday.  Once the veh...
  • Hooked on Science - Melon Drop

    KENTUCKY (9/4/12) -  It’s something every football player will grab before hitting the field and without it they would be in trouble. We’re talking about the helmet and using a few ingredients from around the house you can do a visual experiment ...
  • Eyes are Key to Learning for Children

    KENTUCKY (9/4/12) – Parents do all they can to provide their children with the best educational opportunities. But too often one important learning tool may be overlooked -- vision. As much as 80 percent of learning occurs through the use of children...
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