One person was injured in an accident at Russellville Road and the Bypass Friday afternoon.
Few details were immediately known, but the single-vehicle wreck happened around 3 o’clock and a woman was reportedly ejected from her vehicle. The woman was alert and talking to responders at the scene. She was flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center by Air Evac helicopter.
Hopkinsville Police investigated the crash and more information will be provided with the official report.
Christian County Public School officials are hosting an event this month that they say will hopefully teach students about preparedness.
School District Spokesperson, Heather Lancaster says over the next few weeks, 8th and 10th grade students in Christian County will participate in Operation Preparation, which is a joint incentive of the Kentucky Department of Education and the Department of Workforce Development.
Mrs. Lancaster says Operation Preparation is a community-based volunteer advising effort to help increase the number students to be college and career ready.
According to the Center for Education and the Workforce, in the next 7-10 years, more than half the jobs in Kentucky and more than 60 percent of jobs nationwide will require postsecondary education.
Jennie Stuart Medical Center’s Relay for Life Team continues to raise money for cancer research and hospital officials are hoping area residents will help support their latest cause.
Jennie Stuart Medical Center Marketing Relations Manager, Deanna Yates says for $10 area residents can help support a worthy cause and get their photos made by a professional in April.
The 2014 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is getting closer to its conclusion and one area lawmaker says some important legislation could be heard as soon as next week.
Fifteenth District Representative Brent Yonts of Greenville expects the Commonwealth's biennial budget to be approved in the House as soon as Wednesday.
Meanwhile, House Bill 410 would allow the Kentucky Commissioner of Education to forgive up to 10 school days missed due to winter weather and Representative Yonts says he expects it to get easy approval in the House soon.
Yonts says lawmakers are hearing from thousands of Kentuckians, particularly in the education community, asking them to offer forgiveness of some missed days.
Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp this week declared March as Women’s History month in Hopkinsville-Christian County.
Mayor Kemp read off and signed a proclamation Tuesday night declaring March as Women’s History month for this area in support of the national designation honoring women who have made an impact in their communities.