The Christian County Board of Education will meet this Thursday where they will discuss and approve many important issues concerning the school district.
Chief Instructional Officer, Amy Wilcox is scheduled to inform school board members about a proposed pilot program that brings community leaders into the classroom.
School District Spokesperson, Heather Aubin talks about the Junior Achievement Pilot Program.
People around the world have been looking up at the sky following strikes and near-misses by asteroids and meteors in recent days, but they’ll be looking up for a completely different reason in four years.
Thousands are expected to descend upon Christian County as the ideal viewing spot for the total solar eclipse on August 21st, 2017. A public informational meeting will be held February 26th at 6:30pm at the Harper House regarding the event.
Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Cheryl Cook says she hopes property owners from the Princeton Road area will show up—as their land will be prime viewing territory.
Ms. Cook says some local hotels are already being booked for the eclipse and she hopes everyone involved in the community will make themselves prepared for the influx of tourists.
Once again, the meeting will be in the upstairs of the Harper House February 26th at 6:30pm.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Department arrested a local man Thursday on first degree wanton endangerment charges.
The arrest warrant for 19-year old Derrick Tillman of Woodbine Street alleges that he chased down a vehicle driven by Whitney Rose on February 8th and that he intentionally rear-ended her car.
Sgt. Andre Radford writes on the warrant that the incident put Ms. Rose and her four passengers in serious risk of harm. He was lodged in the Christian County Jail and later released on bond.
It’s still early, but highway fatalities are running well behind last year’s pace.
Statistics released by Kentucky State Police show three people died on Kentucky roads last week, including one incident in Hopkins County that involved the suspected use of alcohol.
The other two fatal crashes were in Floyd and Jefferson Counties and the victims in those incidents were not wearing seat belts.
Through February 17th, 57 people had died on Kentucky roads, which was 32 less than the number from one year ago. KSP says 48 of those deaths were people in motor vehicles and 27 of those were not wearing a seat belt. A total of 12 people have died this year in wrecks involving alcohol.
Trigg County Sheriff's Lieutenant Jimmy Godair has this week's Cadiz-Trigg County Crime Stoppers report...