Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park’s Spring Photography Weekend returned to the local event calendar last month, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were changes to the traditional contest.
After being closed because of COVID-19 for over a year, the Dawson Springs Museum and Art Center will be open on Thursdays and Fridays in May.
Hoping to make a significant change, United Way of the Coalfield has opened grant applications to all nonprofits and will have an information session for new agencies on Monday.
The first-ever All-Pennyrile Basketball teams highlighting the top basketball players from around the 2nd Region were released this week and featured a host of athletes that took to the hardwood in Hopkins County.
Among the drivers who will be in the upcoming soap box derby on Baldwin Drive in Madisonville on June 5 will be a young man from Dawson Springs who will be in a patriotic red, white and blue car.
Dawson Springs baseball picked up their second win of the season with a road victory over 7th District rival Hopkins County Central on Tuesday. The track and field athletes also headed over to Mortons Gap for some action against Central and Madisonville North Hopkins this past week, while th…
Wilma Earl Laffoon, age 82 of Dawson Springs, passed away on Saturday, March 6th at Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Hopkinsville of natural causes.
Sondra Yvonne Payne Pool, 62, of Hanson, KY passed away on Friday, March 5, 2021.
Joyce Ann Lutz, 84, of Madisonville, KY passed away at Signature Healthcare in Hartford, KY at 5:35 PM on Friday March 5.
Jo Ann Bachman, 85, of Madisonville, Kentucky, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on March 6, 2021. She lived a long and full life defined by love and adventure.
Deborah Ann Adams Mannahan, 64, of St. Charles, KY passed away on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at her home.
In my lifetime, 2020 has been the strangest of years. I never ran out of toilet paper or anything for that matter. I did buy some wax for making jam because lids for jars have been hard to get where I live. There have been strange shortages, inconsistent rules, violence which beget more viol…