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The Kentucky Senate adopted a resolution Tuesday recognizing Hopkinsville as the “best place on Earth” to view next year’s total solar eclipse.

The resolution was introduced by 3rd District state Sen. Whitney Westerfield.

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Christian County High School is without a Girls Basketball Coach. In a release issued Thursday the school says coach Anthony Hickey has resigned, effective immediately. 

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Well, it's official. We're feeling the need for spring. And Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium in Hopkinsville seems like a perfect place to find that after-rain rejuvenation and freshness we're looking for. 

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Hopkinsville Community College is hosting an entrepreneurial conference on March 9. HCC Workforce Development Liaison Lea Martin and Kentucky Small Business Development Center District Director Chris Wooldridge speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about what to expect.

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Hopkinsville city officials are rebranding the annual Little River Days Festival and moving it from May to August.

Now known as the Summer Salute Festival, the event’s move to the end of summer aligns with 2017’s total solar eclipse, expected to draw thousands of tourists to the prime viewing location in Hopkinsville.

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The Hopkinsville City Council is working to protect renters from retaliation if they report a problem with their landlord’s property. At its meeting yesterday, the council passed the first reading of an ordinance adding a section to the basic property maintenance code.

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The owner of an iconic western Kentucky diner has died. Cecil Ferrell passed at 1:00 a.m. Monday morning at the age of 96.

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A Hopkinsville ministry has been growing for more than a decade with the mission of uniting the city and serving underserved communities. The Challenge House Movement is now looking to expand, and this is the story of some of the lives the ministry has touched.

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The third week of November is Global Entrepreneurship Week and for the second year in Hopkinsville, the Kentucky Innovation Network Office at Murray State University is hosting an Entrepreneur Resource Fair, featuring workshops for those seeking to start a business or help growing an existing business. Loretta Daniel, Director of the regional office stops by Sounds Good to speak with Tracy Ross about the entrepreneurial climate in western Kentucky and the workshops on November 17.

One man is dead after an accident at Hopkinsville’s Martinrea factory Monday morning.