CAVE CITY — The hemp industry in Barren County has exploded in the past two years as CBD oil and its benefits have become popular, but local hemp farmer, Chad Wilson, says things are not as they seem.
WHITLEY COUNTY — Nearly 200 people filled the Whitley County Fiscal Courtroom on Tuesday evening in support of one item on the court’s agenda, the resolution to make Whitley County a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County.
TOMPKINSVILLE — The case of a Tompkinsville woman arrested in the stabbing death of a Monroe County man has been bound over to a grand jury.
GLASGOW – Barren County Fiscal Court, via a unanimously approved resolution, declared Tuesday that its members are “vigorously opposed to the passage of any law (or proposal of any law) that would infringe our citizens’ right to keep and bear arms.”
CORBIN — Just days after country rap musician Ryan Upchurch will perform in Corbin, another hit artist, Aaron Lewis, is scheduled to take the stage at the Corbin Arena.
GLASGOW – Annual commemorations of the Civil Rights Movement centered around recognizing its most iconic leader's birthday, which was actually Tuesday, continue this year in Glasgow.
GLASGOW – Attorneys on both sides of a homicide case argued in Barren Circuit Court on Thursday about whether certain types of testimony and other evidence would be permissible at the trial scheduled for next month.
EDMONTON – Metcalfe County Fiscal Court held off Tuesday on joining several other county governments that have approved various versions of actions supporting their residents' right to own firearms, though several members of the public spoke passionately in favor.
BARBOURVILLE — Barbourville Appalachian Regional Healthcare Hospital is currently investigating a patient with a possible infectious disease so the patient is in quarantine.
Five years ago over a Christmas holiday my friend introduced me to a place that helped change the nighttime landscape of a city and welcomed love, laughter, hopes and dreams to the hearts and souls of those who walked through its doors.
A man who killed his wife in October reportedly killed himself Wednesday as law enforcement was attempting to serve him with a warrant for her murder.
LUCAS — In the winter, it's not uncommon to hear the call of sandhill cranes as they fly over southcentral Kentucky when migrating south to Florida, Georgia and Mississippi, making a winter stop to rest on the mud flats of Barren River Lake.
WHITLEY COUNTY — The Whitley County Fiscal Court will host its regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 21 that will include a hot topic resolution. During the meeting, members of the Whitley County Fiscal Court will discuss and vote on a resolution that would see Whitley County become a sanctuary county if approved.
As my wife and I were scrolling through Facebook a couple of weeks ago, we came across a story that said John Calipari was named the college basketball coach of the decade by Sporting News. We found it interesting because we are both big Kentucky Wildcat fans, and I thought it was well deserved considering all the success he has led the program to over the past 10 years.
Growing up I remember several ladies who left a lasting impression on me throughout childhood. Established forces of nature within my sleepy hometown — women like Merry Jeffries, Edna Early, and Marcella Mountjoy. Strong women who would impact me in such a way that I smile even now as I remember them.
On the evening of January 2, 2019, I left the London/Laurel County Animal Shelter with a brown and white puppy wrapped up tight in my scarf and nestled in close to my chest.
Construction has yet to begin on Bale Studios, a film studio that is to be built on a tract of land along East Main Street in Horse Cave.
The practice of making a New Year's resolution has been a part of human history for over 4,000 years when the ancient Babylonians would make promises to the gods they worshipped. History also remembers the Romans making sacrifices to Janus, who they believed symbolically looked backwards into the previous year and ahead into the future.
Senate Minority Leader Morgan McGarvey and state Representative Chris Harris received confirmation on Thursday that Attorney General Daniel Cameron has made a formal request for an investigation of former Governor Matt Bevin’s pardons by the FBI.
A second Republican candidate has filed for the 85th Kentucky House District seat to be vacated by Tommy Turner. Turner announced recently he will step down after serving 24 years as representative of the district that includes parts of Pulaski and Laurel counties.
The old calendar may not hang on our wall anymore, but its last several days of December remain posted in our hearts. We’ll remember that period as one of peace and goodwill. Some of that goodwill was expressed through the giving and receiving of gifts.
Whether your Christmas festivities have all wrapped up, or if you’re still squeezing in a few final visits this weekend, I hope you all have had a fun and safe holiday season.
BARBOURVILLE — A dedication and open house ceremony was held for the new Knox County Detention Center Friday. City and county officials joined community members in celebrating the completion of the jail’s construction.
GLASGOW — Wayne Gaunce, a Barren County business owner, and his son, Patrick, want to start programs like the Boys and Girls Club of Glasgow-Barren County and BC Skills in Uganda.
CORBIN — Baptist Health Corbin has announced the recent acquisition of the da Vinci Xi Surgical System. The multi-million dollar machine arrived at the hospital last Thursday in three large boxes. The robot had to be unboxed before being moved into the operating wing of the hospital for sterilization purposes.
ASHLAND, Ky. -- Boyd County and its insurance carrier have reached a $1.75 million civil settlement with the estate of an inmate who state prosecutors said died at the county jail of internal bleeding from blunt force trauma caused by corrections officers.
Spinach gets a bad rap. If that’s because it tastes so bad right out of the can, try it fresh. In fact, try fresh spinach in a recipe, like the ones here.
A reader is looking for salt rising bread, also called salt risen bread. Not a recipe, (that will come later) but a place to buy it. Please email me if you know a store that sells it.
ASHLAND, Ky. – Employees of the federal prison here protested the government shutdown Friday, carrying placards and voicing concern that 35 days without pay has left them in a financial crisis.
FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday the nation’s political rhetoric “needs to be ratcheted down” in the aftermath of the massacre of 11 Jewish people at a Pittsburgh synagogue and the death of two black shoppers at a Kroger store in suburban Louisville last week.
"I've written about nature in general," said Connie Taylor, author of Plant Folklore: 120 Stories. His book discusses the folklore surrounding Appalachian flowers, evidence supporting or contradicting those tales, and what benefits the flowers have.
FRANKFORT The Secretary of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family services told lawmakers Wednesday that Gov. Matt Bevin might halt expanded Medicaid coverage in Kentucky if a federal court orders changes to the program delayed.
FRANKFORT Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd Wednesday declared a controversial pension reform bill enacted in the 2018 General Assembly unconstitutional.
FRANKFORT Kentucky’s Supreme Court Chief Justice Wednesday denied a request by Gov. Matt Bevin to disqualify Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd from presiding over a constitutional challenge to a pension reform bill enacted by the 2018 General Assembly.
CORBIN — Rana Mae walks the aisles of the grocery store gray and clammy — her hair sticking to her skin from the sweat crying out of her pores. Her legs are in pain and her mind is weak.
CORBIN — In 1944, just out of school, Keavy native Bessie Young and her sister-in-law Gene left Kentucky and moved to South Bend, Indiana, after her three brothers went off to war. Little did she know, Young would soon become an original “Riveter”, a woman working during World War II in a factory riveting and bucking on an airplane wing.
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