Ready, set, race those ducks!
History, music to hit Levitt stage
Pets and Their People
Annual Fall Fest to kick off
There’s a church in the wildwood
- Ready, set, race those ducks! - 4:09 pm
- SKCTC announces bi-term classes for fall - 3:11 pm
- History, music to hit Levitt stage - 2:54 pm
- Maxwell named dean of LMU School of Business - 2:45 pm
- Pets and Their People - 2:42 pm
- Lane closures set for Wednesday - 2:37 pm
- LMU-DCOM to host symposium to address the opioid epidemic - 1:45 pm
- Annual Fall Fest to kick off - 12:29 pm
- Pineville to receive water grant - 12:24 pm
- Today in History - 12:01 pm
- News in Brief - 5:39 pm
- New blow to GOP health bill: Paul opposes revised measure - 3:01 pm
- ‘Kentucky Angels’ return home after Florida deployment - 11:25 am
- There’s a church in the wildwood - 11:24 am
- Special Education meeting held - 11:15 am
- Pineville man arrested on rape charge - 10:58 am updated: 12:22 pm.
- Nelson announces run for Mayor - 10:46 am
- A true family band - 10:56 pm
- Middlesboro Independent off to a good start - 9:17 pm
- City adopts tax levies - 1:38 pm
- Spirit of ‘76 event held at WRSP - 1:13 pm
- Third annual ‘Just for Fun’ event held - 1:01 pm
- News in Brief - 1:01 pm
- Constitution Day, Citizenship Day - 12:48 pm
- Shannon announces run for 87th House District seat - 12:34 pm
Today in History
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News in Brief
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New blow to GOP health bill: Paul opposes revised measure
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‘Kentucky Angels’ return home after Florida deployment
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Special Education meeting held
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Cumberland Gap hands Pineville 32-12 defeat
It almost felt like Friday’s game between Pineville and Cumberland Gap was personal. The Panthers had several personal fouls while PinevilleR...
Bell wins 75-43 in shootout
If Friday’s game between Bell County and McCreary Central was a movie, it would’ve been a western. The two teams were in a shootout as nei...
Jackets fall to South Laurel
Middlesboro can’t seem to catch a break this season. The Yellow Jackets had momentum on their side entering Friday’s game against South La...
Middlesboro defeats MAD Academy
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Middlesboro Middle falls to Pineville
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Colonels surge past Jackets 5-2
For a moment, it looked like the Middlesboro boys soccer team was going to steal one away from Whitley County on Thursday. Up 2-1 going into halftime,...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Food City Food Show returns to Knoxville
ABINGDON, Va. — The Food City Food Show will return to the Knoxville Convention Center on Oct. 6 and 7, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Food City is on...
Symphony of the Mountains to perform in Pound, Virginia
Symphony of the Mountains will return to Southwest Virginia to present a concert entitled Kaleidoscope Oct. 1. The concert is at 3 p.m. in the Perform...
The basics of apple harvesting
Fall is a busy time for apple growers. Ripening times vary from year to year depending on the weather. If apples have coddling moth damage, they will ...
Apple crumble is an ideal way to capture rich pie taste
The arrival of apple season is a worthy consolation prize for the departure of summer. Leaves will soon be turning red and golden brown, but for now, ...
Getting school mornings under control
In too many homes, the average school day morning can best be described as chaos. Parents shouting, homework missing, favorite clothes suddenly hiding...
To place an event in the Community Calendar, email: firstname.lastname@example.org; fax: 606-573-0042 attention Bethany Key; or drop a written copy of the an...
Four timeless warnings
Corinth was a prosperous, but sin-filled city, much like ours is a prosperous but sin-filled nation. People living in such a sinful environment today ...
Life is short, like a vapor that vanishes after a little while
A old man stomped angrily into a jewelry shop and waved his wristwatch in the face of the owner.“You said this watch would last me a lifetime,...
A more excellent way
Everyone wants to see the spectacular. Sports highlights are full of diving catches by outfielders, ninety-yard touchdown runs, and half-court buzzer ...
Voice for the handicapped, elderly
As we age, old injuries come back to haunt us and at times with a vengeance. At age 25, I had a diving accident and injured several lumbar vertebrae, ...
Writers must write
I am not delusional about my writing. I know there are many, many others who do it better than I. It doesn’t look like I’m ever going to b...
Today in History
Today is Saturday, Sept. 23, the 266th day of 2017. There are 99 days left in the year.Today’s Highlight in History:On September 23, 1952, Sen. ...