Pets of the Week
What’s Goin’ On
Missing person investigation in Bell Co.
EKCEP awarded $2.75M in funds
Hatfield delivers address at UK program
- Pets of the Week - 6:30 am
- Harlan County Schools gross salary list - 11:06 pm
- City school sets district tax - 4:00 pm
- Paul, Gray disagree on farm policy during forum - 3:07 pm
- Ky. high court denies effort to reopen abortion clinic - 3:03 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:59 pm
- Missing person investigation in Bell Co. - 2:53 pm
- EKCEP awarded $2.75M in funds - 1:49 pm
- Hatfield delivers address at UK program - 1:49 pm
- Deadly, legal synthetic drug that can be bought online is linked to an increase in drug overdoses - 1:45 pm
- State News in Brief - 4:19 pm
- Possession arrest - 3:42 pm
- 2nd annual Bouncers vs Buggies - 3:38 pm
- Public safety advisory issued - 3:36 pm
- Thousands wait as review begins of Ky.’s Medicaid plan - 3:10 pm
- Assault charge - 3:04 pm
- Boil-water advisory lifted - 10:57 am
- Coal train rolls on - 4:24 pm
- Pellet plant update - 3:55 pm
- Bevin submits Medicaid plan that restores allergy testing - 3:09 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:37 pm
- Education officials find over 200 violations on state tests - 10:41 am
- Woman gives birth in truck - 6:41 pm
- City schools award students - 4:16 pm
- States file another lawsuit over Obama transgender rules - 3:08 pm
- McDonald’s recalls millions of Happy Meals fitness bands - 3:00 pm
- W.Va. permanently halts coal mine by state forest - 2:55 pm
- Tension mounts between governor, judge - 2:47 pm
- Annual Community Fair Day planned - 2:43 pm
- State News in Brief - 2:38 pm
- Gaggle of geese - 2:36 pm
- Man dies due to incident in national park - 2:36 pm
- Simpson fighting for life - 1:26 pm
- Traffic fatalities continued to surge in first half of 2016 - 1:24 pm
- New officers in Evarts - 6:54 pm
- Wis. woman convicted of hiding boyfriend’s corpse - 6:53 pm
- Woman facing burglary charge - 6:48 pm
- Pineville ‘wet vote’ set for September - 3:19 pm
- Estill citizens want say in state negotiations with polluter - 3:15 pm
- State News in Brief - 3:12 pm
- Pet of the Week - 6:29 am
- Artists to perform at Li’l Opry Crossroads - 9:26 pm
- Woman allegedly beaten with brass knuckles - 3:10 pm updated: 4:10 pm.
- State News in Brief - 12:56 pm updated: 3:18 pm.
- Refund secured for Kentuckians from online traffic school company - 12:50 pm
- Social workers, corrections officers receive pay raises - 12:50 pm
- GoVoteKY.com sets new record - 12:49 pm
- Fatal collision - 9:34 pm
- Bevin, Beshear argue college cuts before state Supreme Court - 4:20 pm
- KNLT protects wildlands corridor - 3:53 pm
Deadly, legal synthetic drug that can be bought online is linked to an increase in drug overdoses
A deadly but legal synthetic drug is quickly growing in popularity among addicts in the U.S., leading to increased reports of overdose deaths. U-47700...
State News in Brief
Deputies: Dogs die after man feeds them methLONDON (AP) — Authorities have arrested a 40-year-old Laurel County man they say fed methamphetamine...
A Harlan man is facing a drug possession charge after police performed a traffic stop and allegedly found pills in his vehicle.Paul Rouse, 24, was arr...
Public safety advisory issued
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Kentucky State Police Post 10 has issued the following public safety advisory.In Har...
Thousands wait as review begins of Ky.’s Medicaid plan
FRANKFORT (AP) — Health insurance for more than 400,000 Kentuckians is at stake as federal officials begin reviewing a plan submitted Wednesday ...
Cats, Skins claim wins
A big night from quarterback Demarco Hopkins, who had 328 of Evarts’ 481 total yards, sent the Wildcats to their second win in two games with a ...
Playing for ‘Pop’
It’s not been the easiest of offseasons for Harlan senior tackle Bryce Browning, who has discovered at a young age that football can serve as so...
A bowl game could be in Cats’ future
It seems like it’s been forever since the football Wildcats have had a winning team.You would have to go back to 2009 to find a winning record f...
Lady Bears make history
New programs in any sport rarely experience success in their first season, much less their first game, which means the result for the first soccer gam...
Jackets down Green Dragons
A big game from Ethan Clem, who ran for 100 yards on 13 carries, was not enough for Harlan to answer the big-play Williamsburg offense as the Jackets ...
Grubbs leads Cawood in win over Lady TigersLed by 12 points from Courtney Grubbs, Cawood edged Black Mountain 32-28 on Tuesday at Black Mountain in se...
What’s Goin’ On
To place an event in the “What’s Goin’ On” section, email: [email protected]; fax: 606-573-0042; or drop a written/typed...
Public input sought on Ky.’s deer program
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources encourages deer hunters to participate in a new online survey about deer hunt...
Learn to paddle on the Powell
The Powell River is a quiet and scenic waterway that is a perfect place to give paddling a try. On Sept. 11, from 2 to 5 p.m., a paddling event with b...
Young farmers face new challenges
OWENSBORO (AP) — For young farmers in McLean County, their age in a timeless profession is both an added challenge and an asset.Matt Turner, 29,...
Football team receives donation
Photo submittedTri-State Towing recently made a donation of a new air conditioner to the Cumberland Redskins football team. Due to recent vandalism, t...
Lee County Tourism working on trail map
BEATTYVILLE — The Lee County Tourism Commission is currently putting together a strategic trail development and marketing plan to work towards m...
What color is homelessness?
A young man stood on a street corner in St. Paul, Minnesota last Sunday. He was holding up a sign describing his plight, “Homeless, hungry, need...
Today in History
By The Associated PressToday is Friday, Aug. 26, the 239th day of 2016. There are 127 days left in the year.Today’s Highlight in History:On Aug....
Invest in a young person this year by serving as a mentor
Around the country children of all ages are soaking up the last days of summer, looking, or perhaps not looking forward to the beginning of another sc...
Barren Co. soldier deserves honor
Those who were drafted or volunteered to fight in past and present wars didn’t do so to become a hero. They did it because their country called ...
Discussions of trivia
It happened in the checkout lane down at the Soup ‘R’ Market last week. We discussed it thoroughly, of course, and no one knows yet what t...