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Monroe County football holds “Pink Out” ceremonies

A beautiful pink striped sky blanketed Darryl Carter football stadium on Friday, Oct.18, at a home game against Metcalfe County. It could not have been more perfect as Monroe County High School celebrated their annual “Pink Out” in honor of cancer survivors, fighters and those lost. While the stands were packed full of fans in…


The Monroe County High School tennis team will hold a BBQ sale on Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Price Less Foods. The $6 plate consists of 2 hot dogs or a shoulder sandwich, chips and a drink. A homemade dessert can be added for $1. Delivery is available for five…

Homecoming queens named this past week



A community bar-b-que will be held at Lifeline Home Health Care, on Friday, Sept. 13, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event is to show appreciation to the community. Blood pressure checks, informational displays, free drawings and prizes and free bar-b-que will be available.

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Scenes from Christmas on Main
“Hard work never hurt anyone” Bartley celebrates a century of life

Playing in a band, weed-eating around your house, driving wherever you want to go, doing your own errands, teaching Sunday School every week — sounds like most of our to-do lists, but it’s probably not on the list of most 100 year-olds. However, those of us that know Iris Ellen (Combs) Bartley — know that’s…

City cuts recycling program; Outsources sanitation service

  Several residents and business owners in the City of Tompkinsville will notice a significant different in their trash pick up this week as the recycling program has been stopped. During the special called Commission meeting on  Nov. 21, City Commissioners approved the closing of the City’s recycling program for a six month period, beginning…


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