Fort Campbell officials will continue their international, national job fairs tomorrow at the local post for area job seekers.
The local post’s Army Career and Alumni Program and the Army Community Service Family Employment Readiness Program will be hosting another job fair tomorrow.
According to post officials, over 55 national and international employers and over 60 local employers will be participating in the event.
Non-military visitors are required to enter Gate 4 to obtain a visitors pass.
The job fair is scheduled to take place tomorrow between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Cole Park Commons located on post.
For more information about the job fair contact 270-798-5000.
The United Way of the Pennyrile has announced the co-chairs who will head the 2012 annual fundraising campaign.
Appearing on the Lite 98.7 Early Bird Show, United Way Executive Director Jennifer Maddux said she is excited to have Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp and his wife Henrietta as this year’s co-chairs.
Meanwhile, Ms. Maddux says the United Way is looking for volunteers to serve on panels next week that will consider requests for funding from the 22 agencies the organization serves.
The volunteers will devote about half a day to serving on a panel with two United Way Board members to agree on how much money will be allocated to each requesting agency.
Anyone wanting to serve should call the United Way at 886-8171 before the end of the day Friday.
One of last week’s Crime Stoppers Fugitives of the Week was arrested yesterday afternoon thanks to an anonymous tipster.
Arrested at 1402 Spring Street around 3:20 was 41-year old Terrance Finch of Hopkinsville, who was wanted for probation violation.
Finch was lodged in the Christian County Jail and the person who gave the tip will receive a cash reward.
Todd County Relay for Life organizers hope a change of venue for this year’s event will equal an increase in interest.
Relay Chairperson Tammy Sears spoke to Elkton City Council recently and said the number of teams interested in participating has dropped off at a frightening pace over the last three years, with only three having signed up so far this year.
Ms. Sears asked council to allow the historic square to be closed down from 6 until midnight on June 8th so the relay could be held where Harvestfest, Bike Night and so many other events to do attract good crowds are held.
Council agreed to close the square, but final approval must come from the Highway Department and that is not always easy to get.
The deadline is quickly approaching on when delinquent Hopkinsville city property tax payers must make good on their debts before their name will be published in the paper.
City Financial Officer Robert Martin says there are a little over 1,100 property owners who have until March 30th to pay their bill, or their name will appear on the delinquent list in early April in the Kentucky New Era.
Martin says most of the delinquent payers have bills which are relatively small, some as small as 10 or 15 dollars.
The city has collected 99.9% of what it expected to collect in property taxes so far this fiscal year.