By From Progress staff reports
Whenever a publication is acquired by a new owner, there is a level of uncertainty within the staff. But for the Kentucky New Era in Hopkinsville, Ky., since being purchased by Paxton Media Group, there have been only been positive steps forward.
In today’s world of package tracking and interconnectivity, an email from the U.S. Postal Service or even our Inspector General regarding mail delivery might seem legitimate.
Gavin Sewell (from left), Melissa Heflin, Jenny Sewell and Traci McKnight perform Saturday during the It’s Amore dinner and concert in the Dawson Springs multipurpose room. Emcee Tony Winfield (right) watches. The event was a fundraiser for the Darby House.
A bill to allow physician assistants to prescribe highly regulated drugs, a step advocates say is needed to improve health-care access in rural Kentucky, is finally moving through the legislature.
A Danville man was chosen as Kentucky’s CASA Volunteer of the Year for his work on behalf of children caught up in the family court system.
Decorations put up as part of the hallway contest for Spirit Week at Dawson Springs Jr./Sr. High School has created a stir on social media and prompted the superintendent to release a statement.
Above: Nan Capps is crowned Dawson Springs High School homecoming queen on Saturday afternoon between basketball games in Panther Gym. Last year’s queen Carolann Oakley gives Nan her crown.
The local food bank board has voted to stop helping with utility bills and to focus on providing food, according to a post on the Dawson Area Personal Services Facebook page.
The Dawson Springs High School academic team won the 2020 district academic team competition Saturday at Dawson Springs. The victory is the third straight championship for the team.