AWARD PRESENTATION – Robbie Rudolph, president of Rudolph’s Inc., and founder of the Four Rivers Foundation in Hickman was awarded the 18th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award by the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) at its Oct. 2 meeting. Pictured, from left, Ballard County Assistant Superintendent Dr. David Meinschein, Principal of Four Rivers Career Academy Terry Sullivan, KBE Chair Hal Heiner, Education Commissioner Dr. Wayne Lewis, Lisa Rudolph, Robbie Rudolph, Fulton County Assistant Superintendent PaTrice Chambers, Fulton County Principal Ellen Murphy, Fulton Independent Principal Mancell Elam, Fulton Independent Superintendent Dr. DeAnna Miller, Fulton County Superintendent Aaron Collins, and Four Rivers Foundation Director Dianne Owen. (Photo by Megan Gross) Rudolph receives Joseph W. Kelly award for partnership for...
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) presented the 18th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award to Robbie Rudolph, president of Rudolph’s Inc. and founder of...

Benches and bricks to be sold by Parks, Rec Board
South Fulton Parks Director David McDaniel reported to Parks and Recreation Board members Felicia Lightner, Harry Hutcherson, Anita Oliver and Myra Bass, during regular...

Speeding on city streets addressed at Hickman Commission meeting
A resident attended the Hickman City Commission on Oct. 8 concerned about the speed of heavy trucks traveling down Broadway Street. Robin Cagle Stacks said, “I witnessed...

Trunk or Treat to be held Oct. 27
The City of South Fulton’s Park and Recreation Board will once again stage the Community Trunk or Treat, this year set for Oct. 27 from 5-7 p.m. in South Fulton’s Unity...

Blessing of the Animals
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Traffic ADVISORY
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans a lane and load width restriction on the Julian Carroll-Purchase Parkway in Fulton County starting Oct. 8. The Purchase Parkway...

BIG NIGHT FOR BIG RED --South Fulton running back Dalton Gray uses a block from team mate Michael Reeves on a touchdown run in the third quarter Friday night. Gray scored three touchdowns against Humboldt on the Devils' home field, posting a 54-12 win. (Photo by Charles Choate) Big win for Big Red
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AWARD PRESENTATION – Robbie Rudolph, president of Rudolph’s Inc., and founder of the Four Rivers Foundation in Hickman was awarded the 18th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award by the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) at its Oct. 2 meeting. Pictured, from left, Ballard County Assistant Superintendent Dr. David Meinschein, Principal of Four Rivers Career Academy Terry Sullivan, KBE Chair Hal Heiner, Education Commissioner Dr. Wayne Lewis, Lisa Rudolph, Robbie Rudolph, Fulton County Assistant Superintendent PaTrice Chambers, Fulton County Principal Ellen Murphy, Fulton Independent Principal Mancell Elam, Fulton Independent Superintendent Dr. DeAnna Miller, Fulton County Superintendent Aaron Collins, and Four Rivers Foundation Director Dianne Owen. (Photo by Megan Gross) Rudolph receives Joseph W. Kelly award for partnership for...
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) presented the 18th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award to Robbie Rudolph, president of Rudolph’s Inc. and founder of...

Luker Luker named HCES Employee of Month
Hickman County Elementary School Employee of the Month for September is Deanna Luker. She is one of the most versatile and dependable individuals...