PRESTONSBURG — An auditor's report given to the fiscal court last week detailed problems first exposed during the fight over last year's budget, prompting a new call for the issues to be investigated.
PRESTONSBURG — The art gallery at Big Sandy Community and Technical College is hosting an exhibition exclusively highlighting the work of talented local artist and Prestonsburg High School student Dakota Collins.
DAVID — No matter how long it takes, The David School Principal Diantha Daniels says it is a rare gift to be able to right an injustice. For Rita Slone, that means getting her high school diploma and being recognized at graduation, 18 years...
PRESTONSBURG – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) Interim President and CEO Dr. Charles V. Chrestman and Provost Dr. Nancy B. Johnson are pleased to announce the President's List for the Fall 2014 semester.
PRESTONSBURG – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) Interim President and CEO Dr. Charles V. Chrestman and Provost Dr. Nancy B. Johnson are pleased to announce the Dean's List for the Fall 2014 semester.
PRESTONSBURG — The Floyd County Chamber of Commerce held a networking luncheon meeting last week at Jenny Wiley State Resort Park. The topic for this luncheon was “Hunger in Central and Eastern Kentucky.”
SALYERSVILLE – Residents who want to know more about the Mountain Parkway Expansion now can get information about the project at a new office in Salyersville. The office is in the Magoffin Plaza, 447 Parkway Drive (U.S. 460).
PRESTONSBURG — The March of Dimes Greater Kentucky Chapter has announced a partnership with Highlands Regional Medical Center to implement the Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait program.
PRESTONSBURG — Four area chambers of commerce are planning a legislative forum next week, featuring representatives and senators from around the Big Sandy region.
PRESTONSBURG – Highlands is pleased to announce that Harry Mace has been promoted to the Director of Information Services. Mace has been employed with Highlands for the last 14 years and will be managing the staff and daily activities of the...
GUNLOCK — A Magoffin County man shot by police during a confrontation Sunday has died.
MARRIAGE LICENSESCourtney Dawn Childers, 29, of Prestonsburg, to George Lee Caudill, 48, of Prestonsburg.
PRESTONSBURG — After 57 years and a trip across the country, a little piece of Prestonsburg history has come home.
PIKEVILLE — A Floyd County mining company is being taken to court, after the federal government said it did not pay fines for mine safety violations.
PRESTONSBURG — Members of the Kentucky Art Tribe, an creative collective spearheaded by Prestonsburg-based artist Donna Williams, convened for an informal meeting Wednesday night, at the home of KAT member and artist Johnny Spurlock, to discuss...
PRESTONSBURG — Barely two months after the end of the 2014 campaign, the 2015 governor's race came to Floyd County this week.
We were adding metal to one patient's mouth. He already had braces on some of his teeth; we were finishing the set. This young man is so funny at times. He is sweet and quiet but with a dry sense of humor. As he watched TV, he asked how much...
LEXINGTON — Philip Haywood, the winningest coach in Kentucky history has written his first book, “Faith, Family, and Football.”
PIKEVILLE – Flu is widespread throughout the state, and eastern Kentucky is no exception. In December more than 600 cases of flu were identified at Pikeville Medical Center (PMC), and at this time the disease continues to spread.
FRANKFORT – The state Senate today passed a bill that its supporters said would curtail overreaching administrative regulation from being enacted while the General Assembly is not in session.
FRANKFORT – Though regular sessions of the Kentucky General Assembly are yearly events, in many ways each one signals a fresh start.
First Lady Jane Beshear, along with representatives from the Kentucky Cancer Program, the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center and KentuckyOne Health, have launched another “Horses and Hope” campaign to raise...
The new president-elect of the American Medical Association, Dr. Steven J. Stack of Lexington, covered a range of topics with Bill Goodman on KET's “One to One” in December, including the AMA's advocacy role, health information...
Kentucky has reported 26 influenza-related deaths and 64 flu outbreaks in long-term care facilities as of Jan. 8 after five consecutive weeks of widespread flu activity, and is only halfway through the flu season, which runs from October through May,...
The United States has recently seen a significant rise in the number of cases of vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles, mumps and pertussis, commonly called whooping cough.