Saturday, January 19, 2019

Greenville City Council Meeting

Greenville City Council has approved a $4-an-hour raise for Fire Department firefighters after Fire Chief Jerry Aders told the body the pay level was making it difficult to retain qualified firefighters. Watch the meeting by clicking on...

A Great Food Fight at Felix Martin Hall

Tuesday January 15, Linda J. Hawkins children's book Alexander and the Great Food Fight was brought to life by SOAR's Vicky Yonts and Felix Martin Hall's Sean Mooningham, highlighting the Head Start / Preschool Event.

Fiscal Court hears Ag Center/Fair citizen concerns

Muhlenberg Fiscal Court met in the first official meeting for Judge Executive Curtis McGehee and the new magistrates Thursday at the historic County Courthouse in Greenville. Highlighting the meeting was the reappointment of...

Social media threat results in investigation

A potential threat to students disseminated on social media Thursdaymorning has resulted in an ongoing criminal investigation by local law enforcement. The threat, which specifically mentioned the East and West Campuses of Muhlenberg County...

Greenville firefighters approved for signficant pay raise

Greenville City Council has approved a $4-an-hour raise for Fire Department firefighters after Fire Chief Jerry Aders told the body the pay level was making it difficult to retain qualified firefighters. “My concerns...

McGehee outlines county priorities

Judge-Executive Curtis McGehee believes the lifeline of a community is economic development. “I am appreciative of those who have invested in Muhlenberg County,” he said Thursday at the first meeting the Greater Muhlenberg Chamber of Commerce. “I...

Martin Foundation awards first round in 2019

The Felix E. Martin Jr. Foundation has announced nearly $40,000 awarded during the winter 2018 Community Grants cycle. In addition to providing support for programs and initiatives identified by the Foundation’s Board of Directors and Task Force,...

School Board meets Today

The Muhlenberg County Board of Education will conduct a special-called meeting Monday, Jan. 14, at 5 p.m. at the Central Office in Powderly. The agenda includes election of a Board chairperson, election of a...

Things got a little sweeter today in Central City

Center, Alisha Payton Hardison of Dalishas pictured with (l) Misty Deason and (r) Susan Gipson, the Depot Girls Depot Gifts and Corner Fashions added Owensboro's Dalishas Bakery and Cafe's offerings to their growing...

Madisonville man leads officers on three-county chase

A Madisonville man led officers from multiple police agencies on a chase which stretched through three counties on Saturday morning. According to Madisonville Police Department, Officer Ryan Clark attempted to stop a Jeep...
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Rev. James Robert “Mudcat” Burden

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Marion F. Tinsley

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Shirley Ann Whitaker

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