Ebony Clark

Student Reporter

Ebony Clark is a student at Murray State University majoring in computer science. She was born in Brownsville, Tennessee. Ebony has served as a reporter for 4-H congress in Nashville, TN where she spoke with several state leaders and congressmen. Ebony enjoys writing poetry and spoken word and competed in Tennessee's Poetry Out Loud competition hosted by the arts council in Nashville,TN.

Ebony is inspired by her mother, Sharon Clark, who is a Lead Digital Innovator for PBS and a member of the Board of Directors at WLJT.

Ebony enjoys taking pictures at the lake with her mother, coding, and researching new topics.


A smokeless tobacco producer in Owensboro is preparing to expand this month.

Murray State University

A Graves County native and award-winning author is the featured guest presenter for the inaugural Easley lecture series at Murray State University this month.


The American Quilter’s Society is anticipating between 15,000 to 20,000 visitors in downtown Paducah for the inaugural Fall QuiltWeek.

Courtesy of Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

The author of a book focusing on the secret world of elected officials returns home to Christian County on Thursday to speak about her work. Leslie Sorrell is a Hopkinsville native. 


  An economic development authority in far west Kentucky is offering more than 2,000 acres of “free land” in an effort to attract Japanese automakers looking to build a facility.

Liz Tretter, WKMS

Less than two miles from NASA’s flag singling out the point of greatest totality is the SolQuest festival. More than 5,000 people from the United States and some from other countries plan to view the eclipse from this 75-acre family farm.

Liz Tretter, WKMS

Multiple state and federal agencies along with partners in the private sector are coordinating eclipse response efforts at The Regional Response Coordination Center at the University of Kentucky Ag Extension building in Hopkinsville. Ebony Clark and Liz Tretter speak with director Wayne Burd.

Constantin Sava, 123rf

More than 150 food vendors are expected to arrive in Christian County this weekend to serve eclipse tourists.


U.S Congressman James Comer is hosting two town hall forums in Kentucky’s First District this week.


Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Spokesman Keith Todd says travelers should bring “a five gallon bucket of patience” when coming to see the total solar eclipse.