Plans for the construction of a fourth group home at Bright Life Farms in northern Caldwell County are moving forward.
With snow on the ground and spring around the corner, local emergency officials are reminding city and county residents to stay informed when severe weather breaks, using the county’s CodeRED notification system.
Kentucky State Police are investigating the death of a Wisconsin man at an area jail this week.
An ordinance amending the 2015-16 budget for the City of Kuttawa was presented for second reading to the Kuttawa City Council Monday.
A Princeton woman was charged with driving under the influence after visiting a local bank Tuesday morning.
Eddyville City Council members voted 4-0 this week to approve second reading of an ordinance increasing the city’s water and sewer rates.
Like many Kentuckians, I’m concerned about the Zika virus and the growing number of reports of people infected. In a recent meeting with President Obama at the White House, I raised the spread of this virus and what it could mean for Kentucky and the country as we head into warmer weather this spring and summer.
Today, in front of a record crowd at the annual Kentucky Right to Life Rally, Governor Matt Bevin ceremonially signed Senate Bill 4, an historic pro-life bill to ensure informed consent prior to abortions.
Forty-five felony indictments were returned by a Caldwell County grand jury in session in January and February.
Members of the Caldwell County Fiscal Court granted approval Tuesday to an ordinance amending the county’s administrative code to change the court’s regular meeting date.
Another inmate attempt to smuggle contraband into the Caldwell County Jail has led to charges, Princeton police reported this week.
Healthcare preparedness planners from the nine-county Pennyrile region met in Princeton recently to iron out details of a regional plan for handling cases of the Ebola virus or other infectious diseases.
The Caldwell County FFA will be conducting a community service event during the Tigers’ Friday night basketball game.
Because of enhanced security features and fraud analysis tools, the Kentucky Department of Revenue is estimating that refunds may take a bit longer to process this year —up to 21 days for electronic filers if their return is error free.
A Hopkinsville man has been arrested in connection with a truck theft reported by two local residents last week, according to Caldwell County Sheriff’s Department reports.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has awarded two contracts for major interchange upgrades on the Interstate 69 Corridor in Marshall and Graves counties.
The Eddyville City Council has scheduled a special called meeting for 6 p.m. today, Feb. 8, to consider second reading and adoption of a water/sewer rate increase ordinance, as well as two other items.
A new strategy hoped to reduce problems with drugs and other contraband being brought into the Caldwell County Jail is already paying off.
Vision West Kentucky, a newly formed group of young professionals in the community, is planning a concert by violinist Linda Rosenthal on Friday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church sanctuary.
Members of a new organization of young local professionals shared some of their community aims this week with the Princeton City Council.
Caldwell County High School has announced its Valentine’s Day delivery policy.
Local veterans were honored by the Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter Sons of the American Revolution during a gathering at Central Presbyterian Church recently.
State Sen. Dorsey Ridley passed legislation Tuesday recognizing the achievements of Marion Eagle Scout Carsen Easley.
Purcell Tire and Service Center is the newest member of the Princeton-Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce.
Legendary singer-songwriter and Grammy Award-winner Patty Griffin will appear with Sara Watkins and Anaïs Mitchell at West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Clemens Fine Arts Center Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m.
As one of America’s most anticipated and celebrated sporting events, the Super Bowl brings together families, friends and fans each year to enjoy the excitement of the big game. In many instances, fans will gather to watch the game at sports bars, restaurants or Super Bowl-themed parties. With this in mind, the Kentucky State Police (KSP) encourages fans to enjoy the game, but to make smart choices where alcohol is involved.
Caldwell County Elementary School is getting heart healthy in honor of Valentine’s Day.
Farmers and landowners are invited to attend a meeting on “Grain Crop Profitability and Leasing” Thursday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lyon County Extension Office.
Customers of the Caldwell County Water District will be faced with higher bills later this year, if a rate increase being pursued by officials with the utility is put into effect.
A business deal involving the sale of Princeton’s largest manufacturer has been completed.
George Washington will come to life on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m. for a special program hosted by the George Coon Public Library.
Local farmers and livestock producers can apply now for cost-share funding through the 2016 County Agriculture Investments Program (CAIP), a program of the Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund.
Water and sewer rates for residents and other customers in the City of Eddyville will soon be going up, in a move required for the city to proceed with a $1.4 million sewer system rehabilitation project.
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Gov. Matt Bevin Tuesday announced the appointment of Greg Thomas as deputy secretary of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Thomas has worked for LG&E and KU Energy LLC for more than 25 years.
Krista Curtis Futrell chose a traditional church wedding.
Allison West Choate was married in a traditional church wedding ceremony.
Morgan Orange Rousseau with flower girl Randi Boaz chose a traditional church wedding.
Whether the wedding is in downtown Princeton or a sandy beach in Florida, many couples want large group photos of guests celebrating with them. Ryals and Taylor Farless (above) had guests gather on the steps of the Caldwell County Courthouse for a photo after the couple wed in nearby Olszewska Park
Ben and Holly Birdsong captured a group shot of their guests in Panama City Beach.
Weddings are moving experiences. Bride Casey Ward Malone celebrated with her sister Abby.
Casey shared an emotional dance with her father, Hugh, at her March 7 wedding reception. Her father passed away five months after her wedding day.
The Rousseau-Orange wedding party cut loose for a few photos, and who can blame them after hundreds of shots.
The West-Choate party enjoy taking a not so serious photo.
Southern charmCarrie Butts married Marc Wilmsmeyer in a Paducah church, but wanted her out-of-town guests to experience the charm of her hometown, Princeton. The grounds of Adsmore Museum served as the perfect backdrop for a plantation-style reception. She also called upon local vendors to take care of food, photography and more.
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