Topic: Hopkinsville KY
Hopkinsville, KY – The Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) announced Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 that the deadline for academic scholarships for the 2020 – 2021 year has been extended to May 1st, 2020.
According to the college the unprecedented challenges of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may have caused some students to miss the regular March 15th deadline.
Hopkinsville, KY – On Sunday, March 22nd, 2020, Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) leadership was made aware that a college employee has received a presumptive positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
According to the Christian County Health Department, the test is categorized as presumptive due to the fact that the test was given at a new testing facility, which requires verification from the State.
Hopkinsville, KY – After much deliberation, (HCC) administrators have decided that beginning on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 the college will transition to virtual services.
This means that campus buildings including the bookstore, labs, and testing centers will no longer be accessible to students or the public.
Hopkinsville Community College temporarily changes all courses to online instruction through April 12th
Hopkinsville, KY – Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) will move all courses to online instruction through Sunday April 12th as a precautionary measure during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
All HCC campuses will remain open during this period offering business and student support services while practicing social distancing.
Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) recovered over $200,000 in stolen property and arrested four suspects involved in a two state crime spree.
The MCSO received a tip from the Hopkinsville Police Department that property stolen from General Steel in Hopkinsville, Kentucky was located at a residence in the 2500 block of Rawlings Road in Woodlawn, Tennessee.
Patrol deputies and investigators searched the property and located two commercial work trucks, an enclosed trailer, and an ATV.
Hopkinsville, KY – Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) will begin a month-long Women’s History celebration by hosting speaker Sergeant First Class (Retired) Tangi C. Smith at noon on Thursday, March 5th, 2020 in the Emerging Technologies Building, Anderson Seminar Room.
As the founder and executive director of Woman Elevated, LLC, a veteran outreach nonprofit organization, Smith will discuss entrepreneurism and the establishment of her organization.
Hopkinsville Community College medical massage therapy program to hold open house with complimentary chair massage
Hopkinsville, KY – On Wednesday, February 26th, 2020, the Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) medical massage therapy program will host an open house at 10:00am – noon and 2:00pm – 4:00pm in the new Emerging Technologies Building, 2nd level.
Current massage therapy students will be providing complimentary chair massages to visitors during the specified times.
Hopkinsville, KY – During the Planters Bank Season of Giving, 12 non-profit organizations were supported throughout Western Kentucky and Tennessee. The Planters Bank social media and in-branch giving campaign resulted in 12 local non-profit agencies receiving a total of $27,356.19.
Completing its sixth year, the Planters Bank Season of Giving is a bank tradition that has a goal of bringing awareness to each non-profit agency’s mission at the same time as fundraising for the organizations.
Clarksville has the lowest Gas Prices in Tennessee
Nashville, TN – AAA reports that the Tennessee Gas Price average is $2.28 which is four cents less than last week, 3 cents lower than one month ago, and 23 cents higher than one year ago. Prices are expected to slip even lower in the coming days.
Gas prices have continued to drop over the last week as gasoline stocks grew again, measuring at 260 million bbl – the highest stock level ever recorded by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) since it began recording the data in 1990.
Nashville, TN – The American Red Cross has extended its urgent call for donors of all blood types to give blood or platelets.
With influenza escalating across the country and preventing some donors from giving, and winter weather threatening to cancel blood drives, the Red Cross now has a critical shortage of type O blood and urgently needs donors to restock the shelves.
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