Martin reviews audit results
Fiscal Court discusses financial woes
Prestonsburg City Council holds special meeting
Community foundation discussed at Chamber luncheon
Flu level raised to widespread in Kentucky
- Martin reviews audit results - 10:25 pm
- Fiscal Court discusses financial woes - 8:56 pm
- Clinics to offer free Pap screenings - 4:04 pm
- Unemployment rate remains at 4.8 percent - 10:45 am
- Hubble Space Telescope Traveling Exhibit to open on Saturday - 10:23 am
- Prestonsburg City Council holds special meeting - 9:47 am
- For the Record - 9:16 am
- Seminar announces project to help leverage broadband for economic growth - 8:59 am
- KSP investigates Banner man’s death - 8:49 am
- Speedway to hire more than 1,000 employees - 8:45 am
- ‘Journey Through Biblical History’ exhibit to open - 7:26 am
- Community foundation discussed at Chamber luncheon - 7:24 am
- Grimes meets with Chinese officials to discuss economic development in Kentucky - 7:14 am
- Former Paintsville mayor sentenced to 48 months for misusing city funds - 7:12 am
- Kentucky beekeeping schools set for 2017 - 7:02 am
- Kentucky joins legal fight against Stream Protection Rule - 6:58 am
- Over 500 supporters to rally in Frankfort for National School Choice Week - 6:54 am
- Transfer Student Luncheon slated for Saturday - 2:25 pm
- Southeast Kentucky Chamber announces new President & CEO - 2:14 pm
- Flu level raised to widespread in Kentucky - 11:00 am
- Benefits, support services event set for Monday - 10:09 am
- Legislative meet and greet held at MAC - 10:09 am
- Man dies in early morning accident - 9:56 am
- Conn seeks dismissal of criminal charges - 9:48 am
- Award winning country duo Thompson Square to play the MAC - 5:31 am updated: 11:01 am.
Speedway to hire more than 1,000 employees
ENON, Ohio – Speedway LLC (Speedway), the nation’s second-largest chain of company-owned and -operated convenience stores with approximate...
‘Journey Through Biblical History’ exhibit to open
PIKEVILLE – A museum exhibit of biblical proportions is set to open in Eastern Kentucky during. The University of Pikeville, in partnership with...
Grimes meets with Chinese officials to discuss economic development in Kentucky
FRANKFORT – Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes met with Chinese Embassy officials to continue to cultivate the economic and cultural rel...
Former Paintsville mayor sentenced to 48 months for misusing city funds
PIKEVILLE – Former Paintsville Mayor, Robert Porter, has been sentenced to 48 months for misappropriating property and city resources.On Thursda...
Kentucky beekeeping schools set for 2017
FRANKFORT — Events aimed at educating beekeepers of all experience levels are scheduled through May.“Beekeeping has a proud heritage in Ke...
Bobcats drop non-district game to Shelby Valley
BETSY LAYNE - Betsy Layne couldn’t get back into the win column on its home floor earlier in the week as visiting 15th Region rival Shelby Valle...
Visiting Raiders roll over Betsy Layne, 78-35
BETSY LAYNE - Playing on the road late last week didn’t phase the South Floyd Raiders. In a 58th District boys’ basketball game at the Dom...
Lady Rebels upend Riverside Christian, 62-49
LOST CREEK - Visiting Allen Central managed to upend Riverside Christian 62-49 in a girls’ high school basketball game on Friday evening.With th...
Wesley Christian duo honored
ALLEN - Wesley Christian boys’ basketball players Keith Clemons and Mohamed Elsheikha have been named McDonald’s All-American nominees. Th...
AMS attends MSU game
MOREHEAD - The Adams Middle School boys’ basketball program played three games in Rowan County on Saturday. Making a day out of its latest road ...
How Online Education Can Fix Its Student Retention Problem
The recent growth of online education has been astounding. Last year, 35 million people signed up for at least one online class. That’s more tha...
UPIKE artists present 3D exhibit
PIKEVILLE - The works of three University of Pikeville student artists are currently on display in the Weber Art Gallery on the UPIKE campus.The art m...
Maddy turns 10
Madalyn Bailey Rodriquez, daughter of David and Tish Rodriquez, of Lexington, celebrated her 10th birthday with family and friends on December 11. Mad...
You wouldn’t know it by looking at me now, but I used to be an awesome water skier. Decades and a $40,000+ hip later, not so much. When my grand...
Movies From the Black Lagoon
A renegade Ninja takes on the Clan that trained him in this high octane Kung-Fu fest from the producers of ‘The Matrix.”The Wachowski Brot...
Thinkin’ Out Loud
Nineteen states, including New York and California, rang in the New Year with an increase in the minimum wage.Massachusetts and Washington State now h...
Living On Purpose
I realize there are many people that are genuinely concerned for our nation. We knew all along that whoever won the election, there would be a large a...
King’s Dream Still Isn’t Reality
Not long ago, I saw a comment on an online article about the rise in protests for black civil rights. “We gave you a president,” wrote the...
Great News for People Who Get Sick
Getting time off when you’re sick, or need to care for a new child or ailing parent, shouldn’t be a luxury enjoyed only by those who are f...
Senate Week in Review
FRANKFORT — As is customary during the first week of a 30-day session, the Kentucky General Assembly concentrated on performing organizational a...
A War on Regulations
The incoming Republican government is waging a war against regulations.“For every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated,...