The Christian County Schools Local Planning Committee met tonight and approved the school district’s proposed facilities plan for the next four years.
Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Mary Ann Gemmill says the proposed plan allows flexibility.
There is a slight risk of severe weather in the area Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. It is only a slight risk at this time and we will keep you up to date on any changes in the forecast.
Stay tuned to the WHOP Family of Stations, our websites and to our Facebook page for the latest weather alerts.
The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office cited a woman for driving under the influence Sunday afternoon after she was involved in a single-vehicle crash on Manitou Road.
Deputies say the single-vehicle wreck occurred around 2:30 p.m. on 1425 Manitou Road and that 62-year old Alma Travis had to be extricated by first responders and removed from the scene by Medical Center Ambulance.
Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies say Travis was charged and remains hospitalized for treatment of her injuries after her vehicle ran off the roadway, struck an earth embankment and overturned in a ditch.
Agriculture Commissioner Jamie Comer is scheduled to be in Christian County on Wednesday to encourage local residents to make a $10 donation when they renew their farm license plates.
The donation will be divided evenly among Kentucky 4-H, Kentucky FFA, and Kentucky Proud.
Commissioner Comer is traveling to county clerks’ offices throughout the state to promote the voluntary donation.
Commissioner Comer stated FFA and 4-H taught me valuable life lessons while enabling me to make friends from all over the Commonwealth.
Commissioner Comer will visit the office of Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble, located at 515 Weber Street, from 9:30-10:15 a.m.
Christian County Clerk Mike Kem, members of Christian County 4-H and FFA, state legislators and others will be in attendance.
Kentucky FFA has about 15,000 members in nearly 140 chapters with about 205,000 youths involved in Kentucky 4-H programs.
Hopkinsville Police say two serial vehicle burglars have been taken into custody this weekend.
Here is Public Information Officer Paul Ray talking about the events that led up to the arrests.