It was Echo and Scag day at Lawncutters Sales & Equipment in Hopkinsville.
A night of fun and festivity, all to benefit Trigg County Hospital at this year's Blue Jean Ball. The event was held at the Southern Spings Event Center.
It was a chance to get a look into the cultures at the other countries represented in Christian County during the annual International Festival, at the Bruce Convention Center.
Family, Beef, Current Trends and Farming were the topics of discussion while numerous awards were given at the Trigg County Ag Appreciation Dinner.
It was a day of celebration, as The Way Christian Youth Center held its official grand opening.
Over a hundred original draws, paintings, and mixed media are hanging in the Hopkinsville Community College Auditorium Hall.
United Southern Bank held its Customer Appreciation Day in Pembroke with lots of Barbeque and Ice Cream.
It's National Breakfast Week at Trigg County Schools. The Elementary had some special guests for breakfast.
Severe thundestorms early on March 1st left damage across the city of Hopkinsville. The News Edge was out following the storms and got these pictures.
Severe thunderstorms during the early morning hours of March 1st left damage across parts of southern Trigg County. The News Edge was out in the morning light to check out what took place.
Here are some photos from the Boys' Fifth District Basketball Tournament at Trigg County
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Donkey Basketball was back in Pembroke at the school gym as First Responders played ball!
Alan Watts attended the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville and he brings us these pictures.
Seventh Graders at Trigg Co. experienced the Reality Store where they learned money management with life experiences and challenges.
During the move of the main span for the new Lake Barkley bridge, we also had a photographer at lake level as they floated the big section ino place.
The main span for the new Lake Barkley bridge has been put into place.
A delightfully tasteful evening, as the Janice Mason Art Museum hosted the annual Chocolate Affair at Fairholme. We dropped in for a bit and took these pictures.
If it's February, it must be time for pancakes and sausage at H & R Agri Power's customer appreciation day. As always, hundreds turned out for the big event.
The Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast was held at the Memorial Building to raise funds for their community projects.
The community took the chance to honor outgoing Hopkinsville Electric System General Manager Austin Carroll for his 40+ years of service during a reception.
The soldiers and colors of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team are home after a successful mission in Iraq.
Genesis Express, Inc. is celebrating their 30th Year Anniversary of service to the community
A special day at Fort Campbell, as command of the post was transferred from Major General Gary Volesky to Major General Andrew Poppas.
Genesis Express, Inc. 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "March & Program."
It was a night to celebrate this year's fundraising efforts in support of United Way of the Pennyrile.
They are one of nature's majestic creatures. Alan, Beth, and Cindy had the chance to take to the water for one of this year's eagle tours.
A convoy of police and sheriff vehicles with roaring sirens and blue lights traveled from the War Memorial Building in downtown Hopkinsville to Walmart to Shop With A Cop.
The Hopkinsville Christmas Parade was at night in downtown Hopkinsville with lots of activities leading up to the Parade.
It was Christmas in downtown Cadiz with Disney Characters, Santa, Smores and cookies at the Cadiz Baptist Annex before the Christmas Parade.