Jennie Stuart Medical Center has announced its Sleep Disorders Center has been reaccredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine for five years.
Manager of JSMC’s Sleep Disorders and Neurodiagnostics Center, Brandi Sandbrink offers more information about the reaccredidation.
A Madisonville man was recently arrested for allegedly stealing eight expensive guitars from a residence.
The Hopkins County Sheriff's Office says the eight guitars were valued at $25,000 and were taken from Donald Grace of Nortonville on February 1st. Through the investigation, detectives determined the guitars had been sold to a pawn shop in Madisonville for just over eleven thousand dollars.
Police say 18-year old Jacob Upton of Madisonville admitted to being the man who stole the guitars and sold them. Police were able to recover six of the eight for Grace—though two had already been re-sold.
Upton was arrested and charged with second degree burglary and was lodged in the Hopkins County Jail.
Area residents still have time to take part in a community-wide survey and officials with Christian County Cares 2015 are inviting local citizens to share their thoughts.
The deadline is May 15th with Christian County Cares Administrative Assistant, Catina Hale saying the survey is quick and easy to complete.
The Community Vision Plan, Christian County Cares 2015, is a collaborative initiative of community partners to empower its diverse community and engage citizens to work towards a common vision in improving the quality of life for all.
Officials with Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority are celebrating Earth Day by reminding customers to use water wisely.
Officials suggest that residents report water leaks, to only use water when needed, check plants before watering and to direct sprinklers so they do not water the street or driveway and to water the lawn at night or very early in the morning to reduce evaporation.
Residents are encouraged to report water leaks by calling HWEA’s main office at (270) 887-4246.
Austin Peay State University will hold a peace walk and candlelight vigil this week to honor those impacted by the Boston Marathon terrorist attacks.
The event will begin Wednesday evening at 6 with a peace walk that will follow the one-mile route on GovsTrail. Those wishing to participate should meet in the Morgan University Center plaza. The vigil will begin at 7:30 in the plaza and attendees are welcome to bring flowers, letters, pictures and notes—though they should refrain from bringing candles.
Parking is available behind the Foy Fitness Center and all ages are welcome.