NEWS HEADLINES 11/05

SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY CHRISTIAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HAD A TOTAL OF 52 QUALIFYING ADVANCED PLACEMENT SCORES AND 33 STUDENTS RECEIVED $100 CHECKS FROM ADVANCED KENTUCKY FOR THEIR HIGH SCORES.
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THE CHRISTIAN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LITERACY COUNCIL HELD AN OPEN HOUSE YESTERDAY TO HONOR CURRENT AND PREVIOUS COMMUNITY READER VOLUNTEERS AND TO CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF HOSTING THE EVENT.
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CONSTRUCTION CREWS WILL WORK THROUGH THE WEEKEND TO EXPEDITE REPAIRS ON THE LAKE BARKLEY BRIDGE IN CANTON, WITH THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT REMINDING MOTORISTS OF THE 7 AND A HALF FEET WIDTH RESTRICTION ON VEHICLES USING THAT BRIDGE—AS EXTRA POLICE HAVE BEEN PATROLING THAT AREA FOR VIOLATORS.
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A SINGLE VEHICLE WRECK ON LOVERS LANE THURSDAY SENT 21-YEAR OLD JONATHAN HUDSON OF HOPKINSVILLE TO JENNIE STUART MEDICAL CENTER FOR TREATMENT OF NON-LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE WILL BE UP ACROSS THE COUNTRY THIS WEEKEND, AS MANY RESIDENTS WILL LIKELY FORGET TO SET THEIR CLOCKS BACK ONE HOUR TO STANDARD TIME BEFORE GOING TO BED SATURDAY NIGHT.
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