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Artistry of a new type

Something about the smell of cedar brings comfort to a lot of people and it is the first thing that hits you when you step into the new business on the Tompkinsville square. Comfort for grieving families is just what so many interested buyers in this market need – it is what owner Michael Watson…

City of Tompkinsville police resign

  Who will be covering the emergencies in the city? That was the main question for lots of Tompkinsville residents after the special called City Commission meeting on Monday, Aug. 19. Within the past few days, two-thirds of the City’s police force turned in their resignations with only four full-time officers left on the schedule…

“When have you taken a walk in the park?”

By Shelia Rush There has been a lot of excitement at Old Mulkey recently! It began when we received and installed four new benches in the playground recently. I know new benches don’t sound very exciting, but these aren’t just any old benches. These benches are made from recycled tires collected right here in the…



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