Cory Sharber

Reporter

Cory Sharber is a student at Murray State University majoring in journalism and political science. He was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Prior to joining WKMS, Cory wrote for the Murray State News as a beat writer for the rifle and tennis teams. When he’s not at WKMS, he typically listens to music, plays guitar, video games, and crams for all of the assignments he puts off.

Cory is inspired by reading all the newspapers lying around the house as a kid and watching NBC Nightly News for most of his youth.

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A Murray State University baseball player has joined the ranks of Freshman All-American.

Kentucky Department of Agriculture via Facebook

The Kentucky Animal Control Advisory Board is inviting county and metro governments to apply for matching grants for spay and neuter needs.

Matt Markgraf/WKMS

The Kentucky State Police said a possible live grenade found Monday in Hopkins County was rendered safe.

via mccrackencountysheriff.com

McCracken County Sheriff Jon Hayden says he will retire at the end of this month after serving 12 years in the role. 

Courtesy of Clarksville Police Department

The Clarksville Police Department is suspecting arson after three vehicles were set on fire in a neighborhood within two hours of each other early Monday morning.

Courtesy of HOPKINSVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.

The Hopkinsville Community College Foundation has a new president.

via murraystate.edu, MFA In Creative Writing

Murray State University’s MFA Program in Creative Writing hosts published writers from around the region for a Summer Reading Series next month.

via thinkkentucky.com (cropped)

A state economic development program designed to attract industry has added an industrial site in west Kentucky.

Ludovic Bertron, via Wikimedia Commons

Two markers commemorating LGBTQ history in Kentucky were unveiled this weekend that celebrate the oldest continued gathering place for the group and a 1992 state Supreme court decision.

Courtesy of Kentucky Heritage Council

A Kentucky Supreme Court Justice was honored this week with a prestigious state award for his efforts towards historic preservation in west Kentucky.

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