Local Government

Hopkinsville currently has a committee that is considering a move to nonpartisan local elections.
By WKMS
Adam Smith, a Hopkinsville police captain, is running for jailer as a Republican.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Up to 1,000 city residents can receive $100 each if they get a COVID-19 vaccination between Sept. 13 and Oct. 31.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The proposed municipal order aims to pay $100 each to as many as 1,000 city residents who become fully vaccinated between Sept. 13 and Oct. 31.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The committee is arranging to have several speakers address the community on the differences between nonpartisan and partisan city elections, and the potential impact of each.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Beginning Monday, Aug. 2, customers should put out the recycling container on their regular garbage collection day.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Taylor Duke, who has been a reporter at the newspaper since January, will start her new job with the city on Aug. 2.
By Jennifer P. Brown
More than $2 million combined is allocated for Oak Grove, Pembroke, Crofton and LaFayette.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Hewell will fill the vacancy left by Jailer Brad Boyd when he retires on July 31.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Most government office buildings will not longer require masks or temperature checks.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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