Hopkinsville Obituaries

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  • Wednesday Feb 25 | via Cadiz Record 

    Carolyn Ann Sumner

    Funeral services for Carolyn Ann Sumner, 72, of Cadiz, were held Thursday, February 19, 2015 with the Rev. Richard Sexton officiating.

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  • Wednesday Feb 25 | via Cadiz Record 

    Nell Joiner Wynn

    Funeral services for Nell Joiner Wynn, 90, of Cadiz, were held Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Hurricane Baptist Church. The Revs. Richard Sexton and Paul Cannon officiated.

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  • Thursday Feb 19 | via Murfreesboro Post 

    William David Mosley

    William David Mosley, age 63, passed away on Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Manchester Health Care Center. David was preceded in death by his parents, Charlie David Mosley and Thelma Keith Mosley; brother, Edward Lee Mosley; sisters, Charlene Shaw and Sue Williams.

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  • Friday Feb 13 | via Cadiz Record 

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    Charlene Birdsong Armour 72, Cadiz Funeral services for Charlene Birdsong Armour, 72, of Cadiz, were held Saturday, February 7, 2015 at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz. The Rev.

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  • Tuesday Feb 10 | via State Journal 

    Kentucky House heroin bill focuses on rehabilitation

    Unveiling their solution for an epidemic sweeping the state, members of the House of Representatives announced their own version of a bill addressing the state's heroin problem on Monday. It differs from the Senate bill with a broader focus on rehabilitation including a needle exchange option available for local government discretion.

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  • Tuesday Feb 10 | via State Journal 

    Kentucky House heroin bill focuses on rehabilitation

    Unveiling their solution for an epidemic sweeping the state, members of the House of Representatives announced their own version of a bill addressing the state's heroin problem on Monday. It differs from the Senate bill with a broader focus on rehabilitation including a needle exchange option available for local government discretion.

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  • Nov 15, 2013 | via WDRB-TV Louisville 

    Kentucky House unanimously passes heroin bill

    A Louisville woman has been charged with first degree criminal abuse after she allegedly beat her 5-year-old nephew with a belt so badly he sustained bruising and welts to his back and side, as well as red marks to his face. A Louisville woman has been charged with first degree criminal abuse after she allegedly beat her 5-year-old nephew with a belt so badly he sustained bruising and welts to his back and side, as well as red marks to his face.

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