Senate approves performance-based funding formula for universities
Arson suspected in Floyd County forest fires
Prestonsburg to receive new K9 vehicle
Group circulates petition for traffic lights
Two former employees rob Zippy’s Pizza
- For the Record - 11:47 pm
- Senate approves performance-based funding formula for universities - 10:34 am
- Arson suspected in Floyd County forest fires - 10:23 am
- Prestonsburg to receive new K9 vehicle - 9:10 am
- Group circulates petition for traffic lights - 8:52 am
- Two former employees rob Zippy’s Pizza - 8:40 am
- Grimes makes official Kentucky voter turnout - 6:18 am
- House votes to give landlords relief under state dog bite law - 5:46 am updated: 9:20 am.
- Senate panel approves measure to increase options for kids who need homes - 5:43 am
- Senate panel approves bill to make some military surplus vehicles street legal - 5:39 am
- Grimes launches online notary application - 5:37 am
- SOAR to host obesity and diabetes roundtable - 5:34 am
- Opioid education bill passes House, heads to Senate - 5:31 am
- Bill to fund new veterans’ nursing home clears committee - 5:30 am
- Harvey among ARH CARES Award winners - 5:02 am updated: 5:30 am.
- Kentucky Opry to hold auditions for Junior Pro program - 12:34 pm
- Lemaster, Lester place in regional Governor’s Cup competition - 12:16 pm
- EKU to host 30th East Kentucky Leadership Conference - 12:13 pm
- BSCTC hosts presentation on Tuskegee Airmen - 12:04 pm updated: 12:04 pm.
- BSCTC Philosophy Club to sponsor forum and panel discussion on March 1 - 11:58 am
- Second-year Respiratory Therapy students practice assessments on pediatric patients - 11:51 am
- BSCTC launches Lineman, Fiber Optics, CDL and OSHA class - 11:41 am
- BSCTC Interim President Dr. Alan Scheibmeir speaks to Paintsville Rotary Club - 11:29 am
- Prestonsburg City Council discusses yearly bids, renaming road - 11:06 am
- McDowell woman arrested for pointing handgun at church - 10:51 am updated: 2:01 pm.
Senate panel approves bill to make some military surplus vehicles street legal
FRANKFORT - In an effort to make it possible for citizens to title and license certain military surplus vehicles like Humvees, the Senate Transportati...
Grimes launches online notary application
FRANKFORT – The application to become a Kentucky notary public is now online at sos.ky.gov, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced...
SOAR to host obesity and diabetes roundtable
PIKEVILLE - SOAR is set to host an obesity and diabetes roundtable at Union College in Barbourville on March 16. The goal of the roundtable will be to...
Opioid education bill passes House, heads to Senate
FRANKFORT — A bill to require lessons for public school students from elementary through high school about the dangers of prescription pain kill...
Bill to fund new veterans’ nursing home clears committee
FRANKFORT — A bill that would authorize $10.5 million in state bond funds for construction of a 90-bed state veterans’ nursing home in Bow...
Lady Raiders roll past Allen Central, 66-28
BETSY LAYNE - South Floyd defeated Allen Central 66-28 in the opening game of the 58th District Girls’ Basketball Tournament at the Dome on Mond...
Kickoff procedure tweaked in high school soccer
INDIANAPOLIS - A new rule allowing the kicking of the ball in any direction to begin play in high school soccer is among the rules changes approved fo...
New blocking, kicking rules address risk minimization in high school football
INDIANAPOLIS - New rules on blindside blocking are the most recent steps taken by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Foo...
Kentucky to host WWE televised event
LOUISVILLE - WWE’s SmackDown Live is coming to Louisville. The event will be held at the KFC Yum! Center on April 18 and mark the return of live...
AMS Dance Cats place first in Prop
PRESTONSBURG - The tradition-rich Adams Middle School dance program captured another state title over the weekend.The Adams Middle School Dance Cats t...
Berger leads Lady Raiders to win over Pike County Central
HI HAT – The South Floyd Lady Raiders topped visiting Pike County Central in Raider Arena on Thursday night, defeating the Lady Hawks 63-42.With...
Movies From the Black Lagoon
A professor of anthropology runs afoul of the titular creatures while doing research in New Mexico in this made for television flick that scared plent...
Scholarship available to those providing early childhood education
FRANKFORT — Kentucky’s child care providers and those who train child care providers may be eligible for the Early Childhood Development S...
Movies From the Black Lagoon
The pale ghost girl from the well goes toe to toe with an ashen spirit ghost which haunts the home where it was created (by a murder committed in extr...
Film fans will be in for a real treat as the Academy Awards loom and renters are rewarded with four excellent efforts that include two Oscar nominated...
Judy Rogers Art/Media/Writing Contest open for submissions
MOREHEAD - Morehead State University’s Gender Studies Program and the Department of History, Philospohy, Interdisciplinary Studies and Legal Stu...
Wall Street Sodbusters
I love the names: Bobcat Farm, Golden Eagle Ranch, Long Prairie, Ten Mile Farm. They conjure up Americana, the old homestead, and our rich rural cultu...
Senate Week In Review
FRANKFORT — As we near the halfway mark of the 2017 Legislative Session, the days have become more intense. We are debating issues in committee ...
Legislative Update: General Assembly continues work in Frankfort
FRANKFORT – The people’s work continues in the General Assembly as a busy third week of the Regular Session comes to a close. I was proud ...
Living On Purpose
We are all growing older. Thanks a lot, right? I realize that many will think this is not a very optimistic or positive thought, but it is a reality o...
Why Cancer Screenings Matter
I look at cancer screenings in two important ways.As a health care executive, who has spent much of my career studying the data on quality health outc...
Beshear: Protecting Your Right to Know
FRANKFORT – Our state and its government belong to the citizens of Kentucky and each person has a right to know how his or her tax dollars are b...