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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
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
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 popular true-crime program on NBC has titled the episode "The Evil That Watches."
By Jennifer P. Brown
Cattle would be trucked to the site near the CSX rail line between Hopkinsville and Pembroke and slaughtered in a 500,000-square-foot facility. Other details are being kept secret, in part because the company secured non-disclosure agreements with local elected officials and industrial recruiters.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The event will feature a farm-to-table dinner, a short relay race, an arts and crafts fair, live musical performances and children's activities.
By Julia Hunter
The deceased was a 34-year-old woman who had no underlying health conditions. She had not received a COVID-19 vaccination.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Robert Harper, of Hopkinsville Milling Co., will talk about his family's business during the Sept. 28 History on Tap at Hopkinsville Brewing Co.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The virtual forum will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Adam Smith, a Hopkinsville police captain, is running for jailer as a Republican.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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