Officials with the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library wants to remind local parents that registration to participate in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library remains ongoing.
Officials say all children from birth to five years are eligible to receive a free book every month through the program, who reside in Christian County.
Registration forms are available at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library, The YMCA, The Boys and Girls Club, Crofton pharmacy, Oak Grove Community Center, Aaron McNeil Center and at the Robert Sink Library located at Fort Campbell.
Officials say the next order deadline is January 31st with children to receive the first book in March.
For more information please call 270-877-4263.
Renewing a Tennessee Driver’s License has just got a little easier.
The Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security recently installed a self-service kiosk in the Montgomery County Election Commission Office located in the Veterans Plaza at 350 Pageant Lane, Suite 404 in Clarksville.
The Clarksville kiosk is one of 40 being installed across the state.
Officials say residents can renew or replace their license or ID within minutes.
To begin, officials add that residents must first touch the screen, then scan their current license, enter their information, take a new photo and pay with a credit or debit card and then a temporary paper license will be printed.
The permanent license will be mailed to in 5-7 days.
The kiosk is available during Election Commission hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For more information you can contact the Montgomery County Election Commission at 648-5707.
A former Clarksville Sunday School teacher was indicted by a Montgomery County Grand Jury this week for alleged sexual contact with a child at the church.
A news release from Clarksville Police says 22-year old Christopher Ryan Crossno of Bret Drive was indicted on one count of aggravated sexual battery. The alleged victim was a six-year old female and the alleged incident happened in a Sunday School class at Spring Creek Baptist Church on Trenton Road on November 18th.
It was the same church where former Youth Minister 28-year old Jonathan Tyler Giles of Clarksville was charged with inappropriately touching at least three girls in the youth group three years ago.
Giles was arrested in June of 2009 and charged with three counts of statutory rape by an authority figure and sexual battery by an authority figure. Giles would later plead guilty to the statutory rape charges.
Officials with the Pennyrile Solid Waste Management Authority met this afternoon to discuss several options in whether or not curbside recycling was feasible in the City of Hopkinsville.
David Gibbs with Hopkinsville Solid Waste Authority spoke about the different systems available to collect and sort recyclable materials.
A UHA alum who graduated from Harvard University has been named Head of School at a prestigious facility in Louisville.
University Heights Academy graduate James White was named to that position at Louisville Collegiate School and the move becomes effective in July. White was named one of three finalists out of an initial national pool of 40 candidates in November.
The nationally-recognized facility is a preschool through 12th grade facility on Glenmary Avenue in Louisville.
White earned his Bachelors’ and Masters’ degrees in Government and Education from Harvard before obtaining his Doctorate in Education from Arizona State University.