Although the Hopkins County Family YMCA has run its Summer Food Service Program every year for the last 30 years, this summer they are doing things differently.
Friday was “Free Pie Day” at a Mortons Gap restaurant. And a day of more freedom.
A Dawson Springs man is jailed in a drug bust that included federal and local officers.
In downtown Madisonville, the green neon lights are on. But for the moment, no one is home.
The Hopkins County mobile voting unit spent Friday, May 22 at Veterans Park in Dawson Springs. Deputy Clerk Jenny Menser said 250 people visited by 2 p.m. to mark primary election ballots. The “voting truck” is making stops across the county before the June 2 primary.
Mollie Kregor, director of the Mitchell Family Foundation, says it’s impossible for anyone to fully appreciate what Jenna and Matthew Mitchell do to support so many charitable efforts in Lexington and Fayette County.
Former college basketball coach and current ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg loved what Nate Sestina did for Kentucky last season and thought he was “terrific” for the Cats on the court and in the locker room.
As we are all feeling the impact of COVID-19 in one way or the other, sometimes it’s good to hear a sports story on perseverance. One of those stories come from former Dawson Springs Panther basketball star Ron Adams.
By the Kentucky High School Athletic Association