Officials with Christian County Public Schools have announced the principal selection process at Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School has been postponed.
Officials say the school’s Site Based Decision Making Council has decided to not re-post the position until January-February of 2014.
Officials say Tim McGinnis will remain the interim principal for the upcoming school year.
The Cadiz Police Department were the recent recipients of an $8,200 grant, which will go towards its safety program in 2014.
2013 marks the sixth consecutive year that Cadiz Police has been awarded the grant from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's Office of Highway Safety.
Police say the grant will help pay for officer overtime hours and fuel during the course of increased patrol in high crash and speed-related areas of the city.
Police say since creating the traffic safety program with the help of grants, the department has investigated an annual average of 15 injury wrecks that injured 22, which is a nearly 53 percent decrease from when the program was not implemented.
Police say the main contributing factor is wrecks are driver inattention, driver distraction, following too close and failing to yield the right of way.
A group of local teens will be better prepared for the upcoming school year, thanks to a summer program offered through Challenge House of Hopkinsville-Christian County.
Today marked the first day of a week-long camp designed to get students motivated and thinking about their future outside of high school.
During this afternoon's session, which was held at Challenge House 3 located on South Fowler Avenue, several distinguished guests were invited to speak with students involved in the program.
Rara Rascoe, a youth employment specialist at Hopkinsville Community College encouraged teens to always find a way to turn a negative situation into a positive one.
A local organization is headed towards financial trouble if donation levels continue to decrease.
Established in 1984, the Hopkinsville- Christian County Crime Stoppers organization has been a vital asset to area law enforcement in apprehending criminals, by offering cash rewards to anonymous tipsters for information that leads to an arrest.
Christian County Crime Stoppers Coordinator, Officer Paul Ray talks about how donation levels have slowly decreased over the years.
A family of four were taken to the hospital after a wreck on I-24 in Trigg County Sunday morning.
Kentucky State Police say 31-year old Callan Stapleton of Springfield, Illinois was westbound one mile west of Cadiz around 11:30 when a tire blew, causing him to run into the median and overturn. The vehicle overturned and came to rest on the eastbound shoulder.
Stapleton and his three passengers—29-year old Jessica, 58-year old Ronald and 57-year old Kathleen Stapleton—were all treated and released from Trigg County Hospital.