FRANKFORT – The famous Kentucky explorer Daniel Boone was asked if he had ever gotten lost in the wilderness.
Members of Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College's faculty, staff and students along with numerous public officials and representatives from Eastern Kentucky University met on Wednesday to commemorate a new joint venture — an...
Typical autumn activities include hayrides, pumpkin patches and spending time outdoors in the cool weather. Wilderness Trail Off-Road Park has a returning fall-favorite with their annual Haunted Trail on Sept. 27.
The Middlesboro Board of Education met for their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday at the Middlesboro Middle School library.
Linda Lawson and Charlotte Brooks represented the Maj. George Gibson chapter of the NSDAR at the District IV Regent's Club meeting held Aug. 26 at the Euclid Avenue Community Room at the Food City in Bristol, Va.
Photo submittedKindergarden students from Middlesboro Elementary visited the fire department recently. Students also visited the police department and post office to learn about government buildings throughout the city.
NORTON, Va. — Frontier Health's Virginia Services and the Recovery Community is planning the 5th annual Recovery in Action Walk beginning at 6 p.m. on Sept. 24.
Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky's secretary of state and chief election official, announced Wednesday that eligible voters may request mail-in absentee ballots in Kentucky's Nov. 4 General Election.
FRANKFORT — Kentucky's seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate for August 2014 dropped to 7.1 percent from a revised 7.4 percent in July 2014, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency of the Kentucky...
Kentucky State Police Post 10 in Harlan “Shop with a Trooper Campaign” is scheduled in December.
I-75 lane closures set for next week
LOUISVILLE (AP) — A federal grand jury has added charges against a former federal military contractor accused of writing a federal contract and creating a job with a private company at Fort Knox that ultimately worked to his financial...
LOS ANGELES — Kentucky ranks 10th in the nation in overall highway performance and cost-effectiveness in the latest Annual Highway Report by Reason Foundation.
The Weatherization, Conservation Advice and Recycling Energy (WeCare) Program through Kentucky Utilities (KU) provides income-eligible LG&E and KU customers with measures to help them better manage their energy usage and improve the comfort and safety...
In a move to encourage more teachers to participate in after-school tutoring, the Bell County School Board approved a new ESS pay schedule during their regular board meeting on Tuesday. The schedule will now pay teachers $30 an hour during...
Main Street Pineville will be welcoming local artists to their Main Street Thursday program tonight.The art expo will begin at 4 p.m. on the courthouse square in Pineville.
Dr. David J. Heath, a 2011 graduate of Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (LMU-DCOM) in Harrogate, Tenn., has been named the 2014 Resident of the Year by the American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF).
Final details of the upcoming Cumberland Mountain Fall Festival were among the topics discussed by the Middlesboro City Council during their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday at Middlesboro City Hall.
A high school pep rally isn't typically news in Bell County, but a rally held at Bell County High School on Monday was like none other.
Amanda Owens, of Bell County, is celebrating her 98th birthday. Born Sept. 18, 1916, she is the daughter of the late Johan and Matilda Jackson. She married Bud Owens on Jan. 11, 1936 and they had six children: Willard Owens, of Wallhalla, S.C.,...
A committee is in the process of interviewing candidates for the crucial position of SOAR (Save Our Appalachian Region) executive director.
FRANKFORT (AP) — President Barack Obama is playing a starring role in Kentucky's fierce Senate race, with new ads putting him at the center of the contest for Republican Mitch McConnell's seat despite Democrat Alison Lundergan...
Police: Girl charged in school threat case
NEW YORK (AP) — Using artificial sweeteners may set the stage for diabetes in some people by hampering the way their bodies handle sugar, suggests a preliminary study done mostly in mice.
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