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University of Kentucky associate head softball coach Kristine Himes has been aware of the Madisonville area for a number of years. [Read More]
PJ Washington became famous during his freshman season by mean muggin' after a dunk or a strong play inside for the University of Kentucky. [Read More]
Hopkins County Central High School's archery Coach David Starks has announce his resignation as head coach of the program. Coach Starks started the archery program... [Read More]
Tags: Central - coach
It made sense that starting Madisonville Miners baseball pitcher Nicholas Rathke would pitch well on a hot and humid night. [Read More]
A few years ago, I attended the class reunion of EHS 1947. Last month one of their classmates Bill Stokes (from the E'ton's pioneer families... [Read More]
Tags: Stokes - Wyatt - reunion
This is a weekly column written by staff and supporters of the Hopkins County-Madisonville Public Library. [Read More]
We were thrilled to hear that Hopkins County Sheriff's Office and the Kentucky State Police are partnering with the city of Mortons Gap. According to... [Read More]
By Tom Loftus... [Read More]
Tags: Advisers
Four small-business leaders shared their success stories -- and concerns -- with Kentucky's 1st District U.S. Rep. James Comer in a hearing he convened Monday... [Read More]
Happy Wednesday, Dawsonians. [Read More]
The first day of summer is Thursday! This is the longest day of the year. The summer solstice begins at 5:07 a.m. CDT. During the... [Read More]
Jeremiah Ray Fulcher, 49, of Dawson Springs passed away Saturday, June 16, 2018. [Read More]
Elizabeth Ann Young, 64, of Dawson Springs passed away on Friday, June 15, 2018, at her home. [Read More]
Alice Faye Miller, 73 of Dawson Springs, passed away on Sunday, June 17, 2018, at Baptist Health in Madisonville. [Read More]
A 66-year-old Providence man who caused a local stir last year while panhandling at the Hanson Walmart Supercenter has now been indicted on a harassment... [Read More]
After spending three years removed from its original location off Anton Road, Christian Assembly will soon have a permanent place to call home. [Read More]
If there is one thing you can't say in the Western Kentucky Veterans Center, it is the name of the notorious Duke University basketball player... [Read More]
As the frequency of school shootings continue to rise each year, we are starting to see a disturbing pattern: Public outrage followed by political inaction. [Read More]
Madisonville may commit $400,000 in city funding to the Midtown Commons Road project following the introduction of a resolution during Monday's City Council meeting. [Read More]
Hopkins County Schools is set to give its upperclassmen a new opportunity toward earning college credit. [Read More]
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