COVID-19 Information

State Tangible Tax Return Filing Date Extended

The Caldwell County Property Valuation Administration (PVA) Office has announced that the statewide deadline to file tangible tax returns has been extended. PVA Ronald Wood states that his office learned Friday that the Kentucky deadline to file...Read More

Caldwell Officials Warning of COVID-19 Scams

Caldwell County elected officials are warning the community about possible scams that are taking advantage of the panic and fear surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Magistrate District 4 Jeff Simms states that after speaking with the Kentucky...Read More

Caldwell Announces Two Additional COVID-19 Cases

The Pennyrile Health Department has confirmed two new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Caldwell County. County officials announced via social media Thursday evening that the two new cases involve a 60-year-old male that is hospitalized and a 19-year-old...Read More

Caldwell Schools to Remain Closed Through May 1st

Caldwell County Schools will again be delaying their return to in-person classes following more recommendations from Governor Andy Beshear to help curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Superintendent Nate Huggins states that schools will now be closed...Read More

Hopkins County Issues Juvenile Curfew

Hopkins County has become the first western Kentucky county to issue a juvenile curfew to improve social distancing and decrease the spread of the COVID-19 virus that claimed its third death in the county Thursday....Read More