So far, more than 11,000 applications for FEMA aid have been received from the residents in the storm’s lengthy path.
Tornado-impacted Ky. residents’ deadline to apply for FEMA, SBA assistance approaching
Edward T. "Ned" Breathitt Jr., a Hopkinsville native and Kentucky's 51st governor, is remembered for helping win passage of the first civil rights bill in a Southern state.
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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.
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The online program is on Jan. 25. There is no charge to view the reading, which will feature Kentucky writer Silas House.
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Students should contact their instructors, the college announced.
HCC campuses closed Thursday, Friday
Officials said they were closing city offices in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
City hall will be closed Thursday and Friday
Advocates say school nurses help students stay healthy, can be an important resource, and can also help identify and address mental health issues.
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A wintry mix of rain, sleet and snow could make driving hazardous, and temperatures will plummet.
Get ready for a big chill arriving Wednesday
In the middle of an 1886 blizzard that blanketed Hopkinsville and Christian County in snow, a photographer set up his camera to capture the moment — and provide us a peek into Hopkinsville' history. In the second installment of Hoptown Chronicle's new "Snapshots in Time" column, Alissa Keller brings the moment to life.
Snapshots in Time: An 1886 snowstorm was like nothing Hopkinsville had ever seen


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