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Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle

Julia Hunter is co-founder and engagement editor of Hoptown Chronicle. She began her journalism career as a reporter and news editor at the Kentucky New Era and now lives in Madison, Wisconsin, where she serves as the membership & communications director for the Wisconsin Newspaper Association. Reach her at julia@hoptownchronicle.org and find her on Twitter at @JuliaMHunter.

The exhibit features the work of 54 artists from across the Commonwealth with their interpretation of the theme “Tell Us a Story.”
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
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Help us shape the agenda for Hopkinsville and Christian County.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
Here are the issues that residents of Hopkinsville and Christian County told us matter most to them this election.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
Hoptown Chronicle needs your help as we develop a citizens agenda for Hopkinsville and Christian County.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
The symposium will feature scholars, artists and activists from across Kentucky.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
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During a White House press briefing this week, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky urged eligible Americans to get their booster shots as soon as possible.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
The surge, prompted by the highly contagious omicron variant, has resulted in an increased demand for COVID-19 testing and vaccines — services the county health department also administers.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
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The low-interest loans can be used for physical losses and to help "repair or replace damaged or destroyed physical property essential to the success of the agricultural operation, including livestock losses."
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
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Last month, two of the three FDA-authorized monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 were deemed ineffective against the raging omicron variant.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
Prior to returning to in-person instruction on Jan. 4, Christian County Public Schools issued a statement that the district would not be requiring masks.
By Julia Hunter | Hoptown Chronicle
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