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Hopkinsville, Kentucky is located in Christian County. Zip codes in Hopkinsville, KY include 42240, and 42241. The median home price in Hopkinsville is $121,900 which is roughly $71/per square foot. More Hopkinsville information.

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10 hrs ago | WLKY-TV Louisville

Sinkholes cause big problems for many in Kentucky

James Currens with the Kentucky Geological Survey said it can be predicted what areas of the commonwealth are most likely to have sinkholes, but there's no figuring exactly where and when one will open.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

The Paducah Sun Online Edition

Dog deaths still remain unexplained

The McCracken County Animal Shelter's internal investigation did not determine why five dogs died of heatstroke when three others in the same conditions survived.

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Lyon County Herald Ledger Newspaper

history alive for students from area counties

Studying history in western Kentucky classrooms got much more interesting for more than 1,500 students over the weekend, as living history characters from Kentucky's Chautauqua fanned out from the tobacco fields of Christian, Caldwell, and Trigg counties to the Cumberland River.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Cadiz Record

Jeff Fowler

Funeral services for Jeff Fowler, 54, of Cadiz, were held on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

Lyon County Herald Ledger Newspaper

Area students spend summer "Shrek"ing it up

Schools are urged to provide their students with rigorous arts programs that emphasize creativity, production and performance and a response to the arts.

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WTVF Nashville

2 Hurt At Western Kentucky Fair When Storms Move Through

Officials with the Christian County Sheriff's Office said a man and a woman were evaluated at a local hospital after being hurt at the Western Kentucky Fair.

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Tue Jul 01, 2014

The Leaf-Chronicle

Jennie Stuart Medical Center celebrates 100 years

Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Hopkinsville, Ky., is celebrating its 100 years of service.

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Marshall County Tribune-Courier

Public hearing to be held on KLMS request

By Venita Fritz Tribune-Courier General Manager vfritz@tribunecourier.com Fiscal Court will hold a public hearing before considering a request for variances in the entertainment permit for Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway.

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Sun Jun 29, 2014

Lyon County Herald Ledger Newspaper

history alive for students from area counties

Studying history in western Kentucky classrooms got much more interesting for more than 1,500 students over the weekend, as living history characters from Kentucky's Chautauqua fanned out from the tobacco fields of Christian, Caldwell, and Trigg counties to the Cumberland River.

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

Examiner.com

'Big Brother' 2014 meet the cast of season 16: Caleb, Derrick, Zach and Hayden

CBS introduced the new houseguests last night during the premiere of " Big Brother " season 16. Just like last year, all 16 members of the cast are brand new faces this season.

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Thu Jun 26, 2014

The Paducah Sun Online Edition

Recession recovery gets analyzed

An analysis of Kentucky's recovery from the 2008-2009 recession shows several regions surpassing the national average in job growth, while average pay per job continues to be a statewide economic development challenge.

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Clarksville Online

Guthrie Kentucky to take part in Highway 41 Yard Sale this weekend

The Guthrie Tourism Commission is announcing that it will join Trenton, Hopkinsville and cities stretching all the way to the Indiana state line in a massive yard sale this weekend, June 27th-28th.

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The Paducah Sun Online Edition

Five shelter dogs die of heatstroke at animal shelter

A preliminary report for necropsies, or autopsies performed on animals, for the five dogs found dead at the shelter at 6:45 a.m. Monday shows the five pit bulls or pit bull mixes likely died of heatstroke or exhaustion due to weather or temperature conditions.

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Wed Jun 25, 2014

The Paducah Sun Online Edition

WKU students ride to fight Alzheimer's

A dozen Western Kentucky University students pedaled into Paducah Wednesday afternoon during a bicycle ride for Alzheimer's disease prevention, which began in San Diego and will end in Washington, D.C. For the fundraiser, called Bike4Alz, the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity brothers hope to raise $100,000 for the BrightFocus Foundation, a nonprofit that ... (more)

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5 dogs found dead at western Ky. shelter

The Paducah Sun reports an employee at the McCracken County animal shelter found the animals dead Monday morning upon arriving at the facility.

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Tue Jun 24, 2014

Marshall County Tribune-Courier

Speedway LM win goes to Moyer Jr.

By David Green Tribune-Courier Sports sports@tribunecourier.com GILBERTSVILLE - Billy Moyer Jr. took the lead on the 13th lap and led the rest of the way to win Saturday night's 35-lap Late Model feature at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway.

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Gawker

a The Big Brother Racism Machine Has Started Up Right On Time

Possibly ahead of schedule, the internet's first outrage-fodder investigation into the Big Brother houseguests has revealed that one of them is a gross bigot.

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WTVF Nashville

2 Teens Seriously Hurt In Kentucky Crash

The Christian County Sheriff's Office said 19-year-old Dean Adornato, of Nebo, Kentucky, ran his car off the roadway on Little River Church Road in Hopkinsville.

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Sun Jun 22, 2014

Examiner.com

'Big Brother 16' cast controversy over alleged racist, homophobic slurs

The "Big Brother 16" cast has officially been released by CBS , and it looks like it's possible that the show will pick up right where it left off last year: mired in racist and homophobic controversy.

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Sat Jun 21, 2014

Lyon County Herald Ledger Newspaper

history alive for students from area counties

Studying history in western Kentucky classrooms got much more interesting for more than 1,500 students over the weekend, as living history characters from Kentucky's Chautauqua fanned out from the tobacco fields of Christian, Caldwell, and Trigg counties to the Cumberland River.

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