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Sixth person arrested in sexual assault case

A sixth person has been arrested in connection with a brutal sexual assault on a 15-year-old Hopkinsville, KY, boy. The warrant said the juvenile had sent a video of the assault via digital service to three individuals.
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Five arrested in “brutal” assault of Hopkinsville youth

Five people have been arrested and charged in connection with a brutal sexual assault on a Hopkinsville, TN, teenager. More arrests are expected in the case.
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Whayne Supply Company to Purchase B&G Equipment Company in Hopkinsville

Whayne Supply Company, a Kentucky and Southern Indiana agriculture and heavy equipment dealer, has entered into an agreement to purchase B&G Equipment Company’s Hopkinsville, Kentucky location. B&G’s is the area dealer for...
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Big Lots recalls Resin Wicker Ottoman

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ottomans and return them to any Big Lots store for a $50 refund each. Customers will be allowed to keep the remaining pieces in the sets.
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Bridal Expo scheduled

The James E. Bruce Convention Center in Hopkinsville is seeking vendors for their 10th Annual Bridal Expo on February 23, 2014.
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Dive computers, garden swings stumble onto consumer products recall listing

The wooden swing's seat can break while in use, posing a fall hazard. This recall involves Wilson & Fisher log-style swing sets sold in a natural wood finish.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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Soprano Gail Robinson-Oturu headlines “Live at Alhambra Theatre” season opener

The Pennyroyal Arts Council has selected this dynamic musical duo to launch the Saturday season opener of its 2012 "Live at the Alhambra" series at 7:30 p.m.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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