Worth Noting

Two ceremonies are planned on Dec. 10 in the Thomas L. Riley Lecture Hall.
HCC slates commencement ceremonies
Cedar trees may be cut from Nov. 26 to Dec. 24, and a permit is required.
Free cedar trees available to cut at LBL
A joint proclamation by the city and county was presented in recognition of National Nurse Practitioner Week.
Work of local nurse practitioners highlighted
Henderson County teachers will earn $11 an hour if they take on custodial duties after the school day ends.
Western Kentucky district seeks teachers to work as custodians
Buddhist monk Tsering Phuntsok will be a guest of the Religion & Philosophy Club at noon Tuesday, Nov. 9.
Popular religion speaker returning to HCC virtually
A complimentary lunch will be served to the first 50 people who arrive for the 1st Gen Fest beginning at 11 am. Monday.
First-generation college students invited to HCC session
Hopkinsville attorney Sarah Brechwald will present the program.
Voting rights program set for LWV meeting Monday
All orders will be carry-out. Plates are $10, and sandwiches are $5.
Freeman Chapel is having a fish fry on Friday
John McGee, who lives in Texas, was a student government president in college.
HHS grad named APSU outstanding alumnus
The programs, set to go into effect next year, would provide incentives for producers who adopt climate-friendly practices.
USDA has $3 billion to help farmers adopt green practices, support school meal programs
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