Paws to Read Month

Paws to Read Month

From St. Patrick’s Day to the First Day of Spring: there’s a lot of great things to celebrate in March. If you want to celebrate for more than just one day, March is also Paws to Read Month. This is a whole month dedicated to encouraging children- especially those struggling- with their reading. How do we do this? The answer …

Purple Star Award

Because of our county’s continued support for military-connected students and their families, Christian County has been a recipient of the Purple Star Award! You can read more about the Purple Star Award here.


The City of Oak Grove will host a city-wide “limb pick-up”, making sure that limbs are less than six (6”) inches in diameter and are at the curbside of residence.  The limb pick-up will be operated every other month on the weeks of the 15th.  

The Importance of Music in Our Schools

Music in our Schools Month

March is Music in Our Schools Month (MIOSM), which was first celebrated nationwide in 1985. It was first enacted to highlight the importance of music education programs and music in general in our schools. Along with their core subjects, music is highly beneficial to students of all ages and gives them a well-rounded education. Here’s some ways music in our …


The Utility Department will be closing early tomorrow, March 2, 2023 at 3:30. Internet will be down due to new installation. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you.

The Presidents Behind President’s Day

For many, President’s Day is all about that three day weekend. After the whirlwind of the holidays and then the observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in January, President’s Day is the last time a lot of people have any time off until May. But there’s more to President’s Day than a three day weekend and the slew of …

5 Influential African Americans from Kentucky

February is Black History Month, and to celebrate this year, we are recognizing some of Kentucky’s most influential African Americans from history. Willa Brown (1906-1992) Born in Glasgow, Kentucky, Willa Brown was the first African American woman to earn a pilot’s license in the United States. She was also the first African American woman to run for the US Congress, …