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Pembroke does it again with the ever unique sport, donkey basketball.
The 2017 Christian County Relay for Life has begun their funraising efforts by hosting a kickoff breakfast at First Baptist Church on Main Street in Hopkinsville. With an excellent turn out, the Relay team shouldn't have any problem reaching their goa
Hopkinsville Electric Service EnerygNet visited the monthly Trigg County Chamber of Commerce to introduce their fiberoptic internet service provision businesses and individuals of Cadiz. They also presented the other services they provide, such as phone c
Local artist known for his barbed wire art, Sean Wallace, visited the Hopkinsville Art Guild to encourage people find a creative outlet and passion and run with it to see where one can go with it. His exhibit is going on through January with a reception o
Amanda's Cupcake Cafe held their official ribbon cutting; an opening six months in the making since their initial opening in the Summer.
Due to a dramatic accident on Greenville Road, just North of Hopkinsville, a car flipped as it ran off the road and into a ditch. The driver as pulled from the vehicle with non-life threatening injuries.
Lake Barkley State Resort Park held a media day for their Eagle tours that are offered year-round. We were able to talk with Nick Edmonds to give us more information on what the tours are like on a day to day basis.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has announced opening of the trail along Eggner's Ferry bridge to the pulic. For a soft opening, the cabinet guided an inaugural hike along the trail.
The Hopkinsville Fire Department finishes their annual toy collection with a Christmas for Kids party here the toys are gifted to the facilities that they adopt from the Salvation Army.
Thoroughbred Academy had received a sizable contribution from the Cadiz Rotary of $30,000. The university president, Dr. Robert Davies, took a moment to express his thanks at Tuesday's Cadiz Rotary meeting.
Cadiz Rotary made a sizable contribution of $30,000 to Murray State's Thoroughbred Academy. Here are the remarks university president, Dr. Bob Davis, made to the Rotary.
Christian County Schools had their first day back today. We got some video of Indian Hills Elementary kids being greeted by High School seniors and staff.
Kentucky politicians gather to rally for the upcoming election season at Fancy Farm 2016.
Patriot Chevrolet in Hopkinsville is at it again, making school supplies accessible to the under privileged students in the county through their Stuff the Bus campaign.
After a three weeks of classes and job shadowing, the inner city kids involved in Challenge House's AT&T program have made it to graduation.
It's that time of year again! Music, games, food, and lots of fun to be had in downtown Cadiz at the Harper Music Festival.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles held their 2016 poker run and benefit ride to help pay medical expenses of two children with life threatening diseases.
The Hopkinsville Boys & Girls Club held their annual luncheon to bring attention to the accomplishments of the year as well as things needed to make the next year even better.
University of Kentucky agricultural department in Princeton received 15 million dollar grant to expand their facilities.
University of Kentucky put together a day to present their research and services that they are developing in the agricultural world.
The News Edge's Robin Stevens and Josiah Brand were invited to take a tour of Hopkinsville's Pennyrile Rural Electric Co-op.
Thoroughbred Academy had received a sizable contribution from the Cadiz Rotary of $30,000. The university president, Dr. Robert Davies, took a moment to express his thanks at Tuesday's Cadiz Rotary meeting.
Cadiz Rotary made a sizable contribution of $30,000 to Murray State's Thoroughbred Academy. Here are the remarks university president, Dr. Bob Davis, made to the Rotary.
Good Shepherd Church in Hopkinsville arranged for a discussion between the community and its leaders on what to do in the face of current racial tensions in efforts to unify the community.
Fridays @ 5 gave Hopkinsville an evening with the Southern Dirt Band and great food and social atmosphere.
The Hoptown Hoppers took a moment between two games on July 21st to commemorate 5 years since the teams return to the league.
George Cruz was sworn in by the city of Hopkinsville as a firefighter and EMT.
WKDZ's own Alan Watts hosted a tour where those interested traveled from site to site to learn about different aspects of the agricultural world.
Another school year is just around the corner, and with it come the Gala of Tables, where the Trigg County Schools staff gathers to look at the goals and changes for the year, and how to go about making sure the students learn the best.
It's not every day that a pathfinder gets inactivation and is discharged to pass on their skills to other battalions. Ryan Boyle tells us a little more about why it is so significant.
The Museum of Historic Hopkinsville announced the assimilation of holiday events that will be taking place December the 10th, as well as some changes that will be made to the Christmas parade.
The Museum of Historic Hopkinsville announced their assimilation of holiday events that will take place December the 10th together as well as changes made to the Christmas parade for this year.
Footage from the 47th annual Kentucky and Tennessee Thresherman's show.
Hucks will be promoting their new partnership with Godfather's Pizza July 20th with special deals that will be going on throughout the day.
The Christian County Animal Shelter hosted their annual SPAY-ghetti dinner to raise funds to have more animals spayed or neutered when they are adopted from the shelter.
It's that time of year again! Music, games, and tons of fun to be had at downtown Cadiz.
The Hopkinsville Farmer's Market put together sales specials, sold unique items, and had live music and entertainment vendors to say "thank you" to those who faithfully support the market.
Christian County Baptists Association hits the streets for a week of ministry to the community. One method of which is a block party which was held at Second Baptist Church.
Hopkinsville Salvation Army has acquired a new truck to help them in their mission to serve the community, and today, they had a ribbon cutting to commemorate.
Highlights and interviews involving the 2016 WKDZ Country Showdown.
Alan Watts had a chance to talk to Michael Harton, president of Christian County Farm Bureau, and get some insight on what all was going to happen at their annual meeting at the Western Kentucky State Fair.
Jenny Fleming and Josh Clausen got an interview with Billy Dean after his performance, asking him about what he thought of Hopkinsville and about the new single he was featured on.
This is an except of the 2016 annual Pennyrile Electric meeting at the Western Kentucky State Fair.
WKDZ/WHVO got to talk to the winner of the 2016 Mrs. Western Kentucky State Fair.
WKDZ/WHVO got to talk to the 2016 Ms. Western Kentucky State Fair to get her thoughts on the competition and what goes into these sort of pageants.
Camp Cadiz returns for the Summer once again to serve the community.
Donnie Holland, Commissioner of Kentucky Parks, made an annoucement, along with many other Kentucky government officials, that they will be making a hefty investment in restoring the parks in Kentucky.
In honor of Mrs. "TC" Freeman, Ft. Campbell renamed the fourth gate entry to post to the "TC Freeman Gate."
Jay Allen and the Kentucky Trucking Association announced their new training program for students at HCC in obtaining their Commercial Drivers License.
Robin Stevens caught Pete Nelson, the host of the Animal Planet show Tree House Masters, to talk to him about a tree house he and his team built for Ron and Victoria Sansom overlooking Lake Barkley.
There are many kids out there dealing with the grief of losing someone they love. PennyRoyal Hospice's response in doing something about it is Kamp Sunrise, where children learn to deal with their grief in fun activities and community.
Cookout with a Cop comes to the Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville.
AT&T Kentucky presented the Hopkinsville Boys & Girls Club with a $15,000 check to fund their STEAM program.
Kentucky Changers camp took to the streets to help the community this week.
Cadiz Trigg County Chapter 20 held a Flag Day observance ceremony retiring the American flag that stands at the welcome point of Cadiz.
Here are some highlights from the Pennyroyal Area Development District meeting with keynote speaker, Jenean Hampton, and W.W. "Bill" Bryant award recipient, Mike Hancock.
The Chief Justice of Kentucky, John Minton, was given the honor of having a portrait of himself to be hung in the Trigg County Justice Center; the justice center of his home county.
The City of Hopkinsville held and opening ceremony for the new dog park.
The Boys & Girls Club board, along with fellow sponsors, held their second golf game to raise funds for the Club.
Second Baptist Church set up their annual Memorial Day uniform display in honor of those who have served in the military. We got some shots of the display and pieced together a small tribute.
Oak Grove's Valor Hall hosted their 9th annual Spring into Summer Festival saluting Ft. Campbell. Here's a peek at the fun to be had.
An overview of Hopkinsville High School's 2016 Graduation ceremony.
A overview of the Christian County High School 2016 Graduation ceremony.
Jeffers Bend, once again, hosts the annual family fun Take Kids Fishing Day!
AT&T presented the Hopkinsville Pennyroyal Veterans Center with a generous donation to show appreciation to our troops.
Harper House and numerous other groups and organizations in Hopkinsville worked together to bring the best of the Farmer's Market products to the public. Holly Boggess tell us more.
The Trigg County Public Schools Community Education Director, Brand Southwick, has reached her retirement and the school board has put together a nice farewell party for her.
It's a day for learning, here at the Lake Barkley Lodge. From biology to chemistry, there's plenty of cool things to discover at the Discovery Festival.
The Hopkinsville Police Department took the afternoon to commemorate those who gave their lives in the line of duty. Here are some excerpts of their speeches.
The Hopkinsville Police Department has a new building, and they are excited to show it to the public and how it will make them more efficient in their job.
The Hopkinsville Chamber of Commerce held their traditional Brag N' Rights golf game between businesses in the spirit of friendly competition.
The John L. Street Library is having a Spring book sale from the 16th to the 21st. Go check out some of the neat stuff they have to offer.
The Hopkinsville Salvation Army hosted their annual taco dinner to raise funds to allow kids to go to summer camp.
Hillary Clinton made a stop in Hopkinsville for a quick rally before the primary tomorrow. Here's a highlight of our live stream of the event.  
A one of a kind event, with one of a kind food, for a one of a kind group of soldiers.  
Once again, Trigg County unites for the cause of fighting against cancer.
Arts and crafts galore, music, food, and fun to be had. Sounds like the Spring Fling is back!
In the spirit of the Kentucky Derby, the Hopkinsville Colonels put on a breakfast event to get together and have fun.
The Hopkinsville Dog Park staff put on a day for dog owners to come out with their dogs on Perdue Lane. While the park isn't exactly finished yet, it was still a great day to bring your fur baby out.
The Hopkinsville Kiwanis Club held a crash course in Soapbox Derby racing at First Christian Church. There is also an important detail in the fact that the Soapbox Derby will be later this year.
Chanku Waste Ranch Ministries held their very first fun horse show April 9th. The event consisted of small competitions between riders and all proceeds from the event go to fund the mission of Chanku Waste Ranch in meeting the needs of the underprivaleged
The Cadiz Lion's Club held their first cornhole tournament as a fundraiser for the club. While they didn't have the turn out they were looking for, they still had a great time and look forward to doing this next year.
Lots of awesome cars were shown at the annual Cadiz Cruise-In downtown.
The first farmer's market of the season was held Saturday, April 2nd, 2016. While slow to start, the market still has a lot of goodies to offer. There's still time to check it out!
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