eSight gives hope to local family
Fiscal Court approves grant money for MCCC
Operation Stuff the Bus gets rolling
Isaac arrested on drug charges
Arrest made in Clayton Homes burglary case
- Kentucky College of Optometry announces new faculty - 11:46 am
- For the Record - 11:27 am
- eSight gives hope to local family - 11:24 am
- Fiscal Court approves grant money for MCCC - 11:06 am
- Operation Stuff the Bus gets rolling - 10:56 am
- Kentucky’s jobless rate drops to 5 percent - 10:38 am
- Bentley named chief financial officer at UPIKE - 9:58 am
- Isaac arrested on drug charges - 9:48 am
- Arrest made in Clayton Homes burglary case - 9:36 am
- Operation UNITE provides report - 9:20 am
- Road work slowing traffic on KY 550 - 8:51 am
- Enrollment continues for MSU’s fall semester - 6:12 am
- Floyd County Community Health Fair set for Aug. 3 - 6:01 am
- UNITE speaks with Floyd County Chamber of Commerce - 5:44 am
- PMC to host community health fair on World Hepatitis Day - 5:09 am
- PLI concludes program with session on natural gas and energy - 5:07 am
- The Road to Rio: All roads lead home for BSCTC alum Kenny Rice - 3:06 pm
- Sister duo, local favorites Cyrus and Hall to be Opry ‘s special guests - 2:52 pm
- Floyd County receives grant to preserve local records - 2:50 pm
- Major Mountain Parkway project in Salyersville nears start of construction - 2:35 pm
- Big Sandy Small Business Expo set for Friday, Aug. 19 at JWSP - 2:24 pm
- MSU adds SOAR program on Aug. 5 - 2:17 pm
- UPIKE-KYCO faculty certified preceptor for laser certification - 2:12 pm
- House Bill 40 offers expungement for low-level felonies - 11:31 am
- Students attend Back to School Bash - 11:07 am
- KCCGO helps Logan Corporation find, hire and train employees after company diversifies - 10:52 am
- Couple accused of break-in at Toler - 10:19 am
- Fraternity bikes for Alzheimer’s awareness - 10:04 am
- Riverview employee accused a stealing patients’ medicine - 9:24 am
- Man accused of hit and run in Prestonsburg - 9:04 am
- Ceremony set to name bridge leading to Justell - 4:08 am
- ACHS, PHS in Top 10 percent in College and Career Readiness accountability - 4:01 am
- MSHA finds nearly all respirable coal dust samplings comply with new standards - 1:51 am
- RNC: Ohio delegation overjoyed by ‘Down Under’ speech - 5:48 pm
- BSCTC, MAC to feature vocal camp with Jordan Smith’s coach, Ron Brendel - 2:19 pm
- Floyd County Library hosts Spy Night - 12:55 pm
- Rescue Squad preparing for radio auction - 12:17 pm
- St. Louis group helping in Wheelwright - 11:58 am
- State court to provide resources for felony expungement - 11:38 am
- Back to School Bash scheduled for Saturday - 11:28 am
- View Story - 11:25 am
- Floyd residents eligible for Sullivan University discounted tuition - 10:58 am
- Mother arrested on multiple charges - 10:49 am
- For the Record - 10:45 am
- Goble completes GSA Summer Program - 10:40 am
- Lance Corporal Jonathan B. Thornsberry honored - 11:45 pm updated: 11:45 pm.
- Interapt looks to area for expansion - 11:20 pm
- Lawmakers discuss pros and cons of medical marijuana - 2:07 pm
- Proposed bill would give back to volunteer firefighters - 1:25 pm
- Signature Healthcare launches new program - 9:40 am
Operation UNITE provides report
LONDON – Through Operation UNITE’s “Too Good for Drugs” program, test scores increased 43 percent for drug prevention knowledg...
Road work slowing traffic on KY 550
KNOTT COUNTY – Motorists should expect to slow down along KY 550 in Knott County, starting at the junction of KY 899 over the next week.Assistan...
Enrollment continues for MSU’s fall semester
MOREHEAD - There is still time for new or returning students to register for Morehead State University’s 2016 fall academic term.Classes will be...
Floyd County Community Health Fair set for Aug. 3
MARTIN - The annual Floyd County Community Health Fair presented by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program and sponsored by the City of Martin Touris...
UNITE speaks with Floyd County Chamber of Commerce
PRESTONSBURG - The Floyd County Chamber of Commerce held a networking luncheon meeting on July 12 at Reno’s in Prestonsburg. The topic for this ...
PMC to host community health fair on World Hepatitis Day
PIKEVILLE – Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) will host a community health fair in recognition of World Hepatitis Day on Thursday, July 28 from 7:3...
Track & field/cross country rules changes announced
Effective with the 2017 high school track and field season, a participant who assists an injured/ill competitor shall not be disqualified if an approp...
Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Top-water lures during low light periods break the mid-summer doldrums
FRANKFORT – An old saying among bass anglers declares they would rather catch one bass on a top-water lure than 10 on anything else.The shake-in...
McDowell Professional Clinic to offer free physicals
McDOWELL - McDowell Professional Clinic will offer sports physicals on Friday, July 22 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and Wednesday, July 27 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.No ...
Blackcats finish runner-up in Raceland tournament
PRESTONSBURG - Prestonsburg finished runner-up in a passing tournament held at Raceland on Friday. The Blackcats, under the direction of longtime head...
Raiders start preseason practice
HI HAT - The South Floyd High School football team opened preseason practice at Raider Field on Monday.Second-year head coach Chad Hall is set to guid...
A good week for average releases will feature four movies hot off the shelves.HARDCORE HENRY - First person shooter video game fans will enjoy this ,o...
Artists sought for Ohio Valley Art League Wildlife Exhibit
FRANKFORT — The Ohio Valley Art League and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources are inviting artists to enter the 2016 Kentuck...
KAC recognizes Al Smith Fellowships, emerging Artists Award recipients
FRANKFORT — Six Kentucky artists have been awarded $7,500 Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowships from the Kentucky Arts Council for exemplifying...
We went to the beach last week and it was glorious.Going to the beach is a spiritual retreat for me. My beloved feels the same way. It’s the Tri...
Movies From the Black Lagoon
A hen pecked husband finds his suburban homestead has turned into a house of horrors when an adulterous encounter unleashes his wife’s dark side...
Those College Nightmares — Mine and Yours
Dream surveys consistently show that dreaming about being back in school is among the top three content areas of our adult dreams. College is often de...
A Legislative Perspective on the Kentucky General Assembly
FRANKFORT – Over the years, I have been proud to sponsor or support a number of educational programs, from the Kentucky Education Reform Act to ...
Kentucky’s Coal Industry Crushed by an Agency in Need of a Purpose
For decades, Kentucky has proudly mined the coal that fuels America. Coal still generates more than a third of U.S. electricity – more than any ...
Help Governor Bevin Cut the Red Tape for Kentucky Businesses
If you ask business owners what frustrates them most about running their businesses, one of the resounding answers will be the amount of red tape they...
America’s Huge Racial Wealth Gap Is No Accident
Party platforms are dense and often morosely boring documents filled with wonkish policy proposals and partisan jeers at the other side.At over 40 pag...
End of an era? Global economy’s tectonic plates moving again
October 1987: The U.S. stock market collapsed 23 percent in one day, the largest one-day drop on record. For the rest of that year economists debated ...