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A company based in Green Bay, Wisconsin, wants to build a 500,000-square-foot beef processing plant on the edge of Pembroke. Some of the incentives for the company are expected to come from Hopkinsville City Council.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The International Center of Kentucky is seeking monetary donations, gently used clothing and furniture, as well as new mattresses, box springs, and other bedding items for the refugees' apartments. 
By WKYU
In an effort to avoid the frequent disruption seen last year, some school districts are offering COVID-19 testing programs to some or all of their students. In Christian County, the district has launched a "Test to Stay" program for school-acquired close contacts.
By Kaiser Health News
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These new findings bring about important yet unanswered questions: What do these brain changes following COVID-19 mean for the process and pace of aging? And, over time does the brain recover to some extent from viral infection?
By The Conversation
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The researchers note that the decline in the number of people experiencing symptoms of anxiety and depression coincides with a decline in the number of coronavirus cases and the easing of lockdown restrictions.
By Kentucky Health News
The modified quarantine strategy is gaining momentum with school districts across the country, despite the lack of an endorsement by federal health officials. Nevertheless, early studies appear promising — when protocols are implemented alongside other COVID-19 precautions like masking.
By Julia Hunter
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A belief in the community-building aspect of a thriving downtown is what motivates mayors and city officials of several Utah towns involved in the Utah Main Street Program, part of a larger, national, initiative.
By The Daily Yonder
Culturally, this is an era in which people are held in high esteem when they stick with their beliefs and are negatively labeled as “flip-floppers” or “wishy-washy” when they change what they think, but social psychologists say good decision-makers often explore information about options other than their favorite.
By The Conversation
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The residential ministry for women coming out of homelessness and incarceration seeks volunteers to help in the program's home and thrift store.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The award promoting attractive properties went to LuLu's Place, Hopkinsville Brewing and Lamb Funeral Home.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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