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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.

At its Monday meeting, the Dawson Springs City Council discussed giving the Code Enforcement Board the authority to cite and place a lien on the property downtown formerly known as Hayes Warehouse.

At its Monday meeting, the Dawson Springs City Council discussed giving the Code Enforcement Board the authority to cite and place a lien on the property downtown formerly known as Hayes Warehouse.

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The Hopkins County Fiscal Court took the next steps at their Tuesday meeting to apply for assistance to help with backlogged utility monies owed in the county.

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Just as residents begin to emerge from this week’s heavy snowfall, more inclement weather seems to be headed toward Hopkins County.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Hopkins County, along with the rest of western Kentucky, is preparing for winter weather predicted to impact the area today and Thursday.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Before approving the calendar for the 2021-22 school session, the Dawson Springs Board of Education considered some changes to the current school calendar at its meeting on Monday evening.

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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.

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The swearing in of Vice President Kamala Harris last week was a moment of firsts for the nation and personally tugged on the heartstrings of one local elected official.

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As COVID-19 cases begin to show a gradual decline locally, Madisonville Community College has decided to wait just a little bit longer before returning to in-person classes.

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The Learning Space — or tutoring service — at Madisonville Community College hasn’t been as busy as it normally would be amid the pandemic, but that could be changing, in the virtual sense, at least.

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The Hopkins County Circuit Court released the following grand jury indictments for January 2021:

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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.