A multiple award-winning producer of compelling and ratings-grabbing television programming will be in Hopkinsville this Friday to spotlight the Kelly incident, which continues to make headlines across the globe.
Kelly Community Organization President Frank Brown says a documentary is being filmed for a cable network to shed more light on the Kelly incident and will feature remarks from area residents sharing their personal experiences.
Being able to walk is something most people take for granted and for those individuals who suffered the loss of a limb, life is a bit more challenging.
William Bray, who owns and operates Xtreme Prosthetics and Orthotics, hopes to make life for amputees a little easier with his help and expertise.
Officials with the Christian County Chamber of Commerce and various business leaders gathered this morning and hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate Bray bringing his business to Hopkinsville, who set up shop at 1910 South Virginia Street.
Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, Bray spoke about the kinds of services his business provides.
Bray says his company’s motto is comfort and motion and explains how he created the catch phrase.
Christian County Public School officials are once again hosting another Parent University session and area parents are always encouraged to attend.
Here’s Communications and Community Education Director, Heather Aubin with more information about the upcoming seminar.
Preliminary statistics released by Kentucky State Police today indicate that six people died in five separate wrecks on state roadways from Monday, October 8th through Sunday.
State Police reported a double fatality motor vehicle crash occurred in McCracken, Montgomery, Shelby and Woodford Counties.
There were no fatalities in Christian, Todd, and Trigg Counties during the same time period.
State Police say through Sunday, preliminary statistics indicate the 556 people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways, which is 19 fewer than what was reported for this time period last year.