Fish lovers can grab some food to go at the Knights of Columbus Blessed Trinity Council fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the Resurrection Parish Church Friday in Dawson Springs.
Instead of vaccination clinics, the Hopkins County Health Department is working on getting COVID-19 vaccinations incorporated into their regular operations.
Ice, sleet nor snow has stopped the COVID-19 vaccination process for residents in Hopkins County, according to local health care agencies overseeing the process.
As Old Man Winter delivered a heavy punch to the commonwealth Monday, the local Salvation Army says it’s hunkered down and prepared to assist those in needs as predictions for the week call for more inclement weather.
The City of Madisonville’s Zoning Department has confirmed approval has been sought by a healthcare clinic to operate in the old Family Video location in Madisonville at the intersection of Main and East Arch streets.
The City of Dawson Springs conducted a virtual meeting on Friday morning so that residents could dial into the meeting and ask any questions they may have had regarding an application with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for financial assistance.
The Madisonville Community College Aviation Program is still working through barriers brought on by COVID-19 but is making progress toward utilizing space at Madisonville Regional Airport.
Madisonville’s summer concert series is back on the schedule — albeit with a different format as headliners like Brett Michaels and En Vogue are set to perform over the July 4th weekend at City Park.
The autopsy results for Michael Andrew Dowd, 29, of Dawson Springs, have been released to the Kentucky State Police as the investigation into his death continues.
Maintaining safety measures is the key to slowing the spread of COVID-19, especially during events like Super Bowl parties where larger than normal crowds tend to gather.
While exact details of the date International Automotive Components plans to close its Madisonville plant, a spokesperson for the company confirmed a shutdown of operations is on the horizon.
Hopkins County Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield Jr. is encouraging residents to complete the Kentucky Broadband Speed by the Thursday, Feb. 18 deadline.
The Hopkins County Fiscal Court approved amendments to the Hopkins County Jail policy on Tuesday after being presented with the changes in a public safety committee meeting earlier this year.
Though COVID-19 cases have decreased in recent weeks, Baptist Health Madisonville is worried about the new strains of the virus.
The Kentucky State Police is accepting applications for their next academy class and changing protocol in an effort to offer troopers a post assignment closer to home.
Having a voice for every child going through the court system is what the Court Appointed Special Advocate organizations hopes to one day accomplish, and volunteers are the key to achieving that goal.
Baptist Health and Deaconess Health System boards of directors have signed a memorandum of understanding to create a joint venture to operate the Madisonville hospital and medical group.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky began its rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine with Phase 1a last month. While the vaccine has proven controversial, several Dawson Springs natives made the decision to be vaccinated.
A food bank distribution will take place on Monday at the corner of Main Street and Railroad Avenue in Dawson Springs beginning at 9:30 a.m. and going until 11 a.m. — or until supplies are depleted.
The Hopkins County Fiscal Court has until May to show progress in setting up broadband services in the county before applying for more Delta Regional Authority grants.
A product first proposed by a WCHS graduate has earned Dixon-based Pioneer Plastics Pizza Hut Europe’s Innovation of the Year award for 2020.
The Hopkins County Genealogical Society has mailed out flyers to all residents in Hopkins County to announce their second deadline for the upcoming Hopkins County Family History Book set for Wednesday, March 31.
General Electric Aviation has been awarded a contract for $111.9 million and a contract for $101 million from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command to produce T408 engines.
COVID-19 vaccinations were offered and administered to staff at Dawson Springs Independent School staff starting Wednesday, according to Supt. Leonard Whalen.
Last week, the Kentucky Supreme Court extended their restrictions of jury trials, grand juries, show cause dockets, judicial sales and in-person meetings of Kentucky Court of Justice committees, commissions, task forces and boards due to COVID-19.
An Owensboro minster and Webster County native who was in Washington, D.C., last week said a Facebook post of him has resulted in death threats against him and his family.
Gabrielle Workman of Dawson Springs has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Evansville for the Fall 2020 semester. Workman is majoring in Music Therapy at UE.
As the weather gets colder, understanding how to keep pets safe and warm is crucial, says an official from the Hopkins County Humane Society.
In the parking lot of White Plains City Hall last week, a group of people from different community organizations worked together to divide up the food the city donated to their organizations.
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…