Baptist Health blood drive rescheduled
Halloween pageant participants can wear their Sunday best, fall-theme attire or pageant wear to the annual event at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Dawson Springs Independent Schools multipurpose room. A costume contest for participants will follow the pageant.
Baptist Health Madisonville has been named the recipient of the 2019 Kentucky Association for Healthcare Quality (KAHQ) Team Award for a recent collaboration with Madisonville Community College.
The University of Kentucky welcomed the largest incoming class in its history, comprised of 5,396 incoming freshmen, who began their college career the Fall 2019 semester.
Dawson Springs, we have a mission for you. Vans (the brand most known for their footwear) is hosting its "Custom Culture 2019" contest. How does this involve you? We need you to vote!
The Registered Dietitians Nutritionists staff at Baptist Health Madisonville has been recognized recently by not just one, but two organizations for Outstanding Preceptors of the Year.
Cassie Ipock of Dawson Springs was re-elected to represent Region One of the Kentucky Association of School Councils during the association's annual conference in Lexington on September 10. She will serve for a three-year term on the KASC Board of Directors.
Baptist Health Madisonville once again received a grant from the Kentucky Breast Cancer Research and Education Trust Fund to promote breast cancer awareness.
For the third year in a row, Walmart, Bimbo Bakeries USA and Tyson Foods have joined forces to help end hunger across the United States.
Nine inmates at the Hopkins County Jail were awarded certificates for successfully completing the Kentucky INSINC carpentry program. INSINC, which stands for "Inmates Need Skills in New Careers," is a partnership between the Hopkins County Jail and the Madisonville-Hopkins County Economic De…
Naturefest, an annual event hosted by the Pennyrile Resource Conservation and Development Council at Jeffers Bend in Hopkinsville, is set for this weekend and this year's event has a new focus: health and wellness.
Bluegrass on Beshear event organizers Jeff and Laura Smith recently presented checks to three local pregnancy care centers following record fundraising at the October event. Each check was $4,673, for a total of $14,019 - an event record.