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...
PRESTONSBURG – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) named its art gallery in honor of Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Founding President Dr. Michael B. McCall and his wife, Carolyn S. McCall during a ceremony...
PIKEVILLE – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) held its Big Sandy Idol competition at Pikeville High School on Friday, Nov. 21. Big Sandy Idol is sponsored by Gearheart Communications.
FRANKFORT – A book containing information on topics that may confront lawmakers during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2015 session is now available in print and online.
PIKEVILLE — One of America's most beloved Christmas musicals takes center stage, when Jenny Wiley Theatre presents Irving Berlin's “White Christmas.”
A former Lawrence County bank president has been convicted on charges involving child pornography.
MARRIAGE LICENSESChasity Nicole Sizemore, 30, of Prestonsburg, to Brandon Lee Patton, 33, of Prestonsburg.
A study has found that electronic cigarettes help people cut back on their use of tobacco, Christopher Ingraham reports for The Washington Post.
RICHMOND — An in-depth study of Kentucky's death penalty by the American Bar Association found a mountain of problems including a number of cases in which biological evidence sought for re-testing has “been lost or...
Many of our men at Fitzpatrick Baptist Church are looking gruff these days. You may have seen a few looking a little hairy and unshaven. They are in the middle of a Men's Challenge: NoShavember.
Did you have a good Thanksgiving? The kindergarteners at McDowell Elementary hope so. Teachers Renee Allen, Elizabeth Cook, Sara Lance, and Patti Dye helped them rehearse Thanksgiving songs, performed at the Floyd County Board of Education meeting on...
PRESTONSBURG — Members of the Floyd County Extension Homemakers Association gathered at May Lodge in Jenny Wiley State Resort Park on Friday to decorate their Christmas tree, as they have for the previous 18 years.
LaGRANGE — As we head into the holiday season, there can be added stress, especially for thousands of Kentuckians caring for a loved one.
FRANKFORT – The Public Pension Oversight Board has made its first set of recommendations to reform the Kentucky Retirement Systems.
PRESTONSBURG – The East Kentucky Science Center and Planetarium (EKSC) will hold a Christmas event at 7 p.m., Friday, December 5, featuring the Star of Bethlehem and Laser Holidays.
PIKEVILLE – A group of Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) students served a pre-Thanksgiving meal to residents of the WestCare Homeless Shelter on Sunday, November 23.
HAZARD — The creator of a popular British drama series has announced her intentions to script a new television show set in the hills of Eastern Kentucky.
PRESTONSBURG — One man is on his way to jail after a single-vehicle accident on Ball Alley Curve on South Lake Drive Wednesday afternoon.
Despite measures to discourage prescription drug abuse, Kentucky health officials report overdose deaths continue to rise and opioid treatment drugs are being prescribed “at alarming rates,” Kevin Wheatley reports for cn|2's...
Cigarettes and all other tobacco products, as well as e-cigarettes, are no longer allowed on most state property, both indoors and outside, and some state workers aren't happy about it, Jack Brammer reports for the Lexington...
PRESTONSBURG — Several members of the Prestonsburg City Council expressed concern — and, in at least one case, frustration — over an inability to adequately review disaster repair projects related to the August flash floods before...