city (1990 pop. 29,809), seat of Christian co., SW Ky.; inc. 1804. Fertile agricultural lands surround Hopkinsville, which is a leading tobacco and livestock market. There is also diverse manufacturing. Ft. Campbell, a major U.S. army base, is nearby.
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SVP at Planter's Bank, a community bank founded in Hopkinsville, KY, Doug Lawson will join Field & Main Bank to serve as president and Chief Operating Officer.
As part of the transition, Doug Lawson, SVP at Planter's Bank, a community bank in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, will join Field & Main Bank to serve as president and chief operating officer.
Fort Campbell is along the Kentucky-Tennessee border between Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and Clarksville, Tennessee.
This summer, my wife and I drove our RV to Hopkinsville, Ky., hoping to experience the total eclipse of the sun.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky (population 33,000), which will experience the longest period of eclipse totality, is expected to draw upwards of 200,000 out-of-towners.
You'll find the first about 10 km (6 miles) from Carbondale, Illinois, the second 144.4 km southeast of there near Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky-based ABMGS has two major facilities and more than 50 operational locations in the US as well as locations in Italy, Iraq, and Kuwait.
FOUNDED IN 1968, Hopkinsville Elevator in Kentucky began when a group of farmers recognized that there would be more value in their grain if they had ownership in where they sold it.
Whitney Westerfield Hopkinsville Republican who sponsors the bill, told senators Monday he was inspired to file the bill by a constituent and friend who many years ago sought to have an abortion and was denied her request to see an ultrasound by a nurse who proceeded with the abortion.
The engine sold for $19,000 on a Hilpipre auction in 2011 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.