PRESTONSBURG – The Big Sandy Singers and Band have announced two upcoming Christmas concerts.
PRESTONSBURG – Students in community colleges face many challenges in pursuing a degree or credential. Students are parents, caregivers, work and simply juggling one's work/life balance can be a daunting task in itself.
Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) offers a variety of programs to assist students with the cost of pursuing a college education.Here's a breakdown of each program:
MARRIAGE LICENSESCharla Lashae Rister, 16, of Martin, to Jeremiah Daniel Dunn, 19, of Liberty.
A Christmas tree is an important part of the family. Year in and year out, it stands front and center in the Christmas celebration. Jesus is the main focus of the holiday, without a doubt, but the Christmas tree might be the Homecoming...
FRANKFORT — At its meeting in Frankfort Wednesday, the Kentucky Board of Education presented the annual Dr. Samuel Robinson Award to co-winners – Cindy Heine, retired associate executive director of the Prichard Committee for Academic...
As the search for a man police say committed murder in broad daylight enters its third week, a Western Kentucky mother waits in fear to learn what has happened to her 8-year-old son.
BANNER — A Floyd County couple found themselves facing misdemeanor charges, when police arrived at their “severely messy” home and found them allegedly high on pills and marijuana.
BEREA – One in seven Kentuckians, or more than 600,000 people, stand in the state's emergency food lines each year, according to a new study released today by the Kentucky Association of Food Banks (the association). Kentucky data from...
FRANKFORT – Unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between October 2013 and October 2014, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. This is...
FRANKFORT— Kentucky's annual agricultural output now stands at over $5.6 billion thanks in part to Kentucky's tobacco-funded Agricultural Development Fund, state lawmakers were told Wednesday.
PRESTONSBURG — A Short Branch man faces a laundry list of misdemeanor and felony charges, all alleged by members of his immediate family.
PRESTONSBURG — A single-vehicle accident on a rainy Tuesday morning on U.S. 23 has sent one man to the hospital with possibly severe injuries.
PRESTONSBURG — A three-vehicle accident at the intersection of North Lake Drive and Friend Street near Giovanni's Pizza on Wednesday afternoon left no life-threatening injuries, but badly snarled downtown traffic.
Now 73 years on, December 7 is a date which continues to live in infamy.
PRESTONSBURG – AARP is supporting God's Pantry Food Bank with $10,000 in funding for local programs, which will be executed by and shared amongst 11 local partner agencies in the Floyd county area.
PRESTONSBURG — Eleven people were named when a Floyd County grand jury issued indictments Nov. 25.Those indicted and their charges include:
LOUISVILLE – Passport Health Plan has been named the #2 Medicaid plan in the nation for Adults' Access to Preventive/Ambulatory Services by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). This follows the recent ranking of Passport as...
PIKEVILLE — A January trial date has been set for four Floyd County residents accused of trying to scam insurance companies into paying over-inflated settlements on classic cars that were destroyed in fires.
PRESTONSBURG – Shoe Sensation has announced its commitment to help local children in need.
Carl and Gina Coverstone were married Monday, August 4, at the courtyard of Salyersville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The two are residents who met at the facility, and were wed by SNRC Medical Director Dr. Charles Hardin.
Donnie and Jamie Stephens want to wish their three youngsters a happy birthday and profess their family pride. This October, Tyler turned 8 and Landon and Lakien turned 5.
PRESTONSBURG — The Floyd County Animal Shelter is banking on the holiday spirit and reducing adoption fees this week in their efforts to find adopters for dogs and cats in need of loving homes.
PRESTONSBURG — The holiday season gets into full gear next week, with two of Floyd County's biggest Christmas events taking place on back-to-back nights.
LEXINGTON— The Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to develop data-driven, multidisciplinary approaches to reduce prescription drug abuse and overdoses in...