PRESTONSBURG — Ten new jobs are coming to Prestonsburg — with a potential of 30 to 40 more to be added — after Passport Health Plan announced Monday its intention to open a new office in the city.
FRANKFORT – Another colder-than-average winter could cause propane shortages across Kentucky – for a second season in a row.
FRANKFORT — Registration is open for the Kentucky Creative Industry Summit presented by the Kentucky Arts Council in conjunction with the Dec. 3 launch of the agency's inaugural Kentucky Creative Industry Report.
WASHINGTON – Holiday cheer and merrymaking may be everywhere this time of year, but for thousands grieving the loss of a loved one, the holiday season can be an emotional minefield. And there's no road map for easy...
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Kentucky Corn Dodgers from “Kentucky Cook Book” (1894)Directions: Make up one pint of meal, with one teaspoon of salt, a piece of lard the size of an egg, mix with warm water and sweet...
SOMERSET — More than 125 educators and law enforcement officers from Southern and Eastern Kentucky received professional training from nationally recognized experts on how to better protect their schools and communities at the Kentucky Regional...
MOREHEAD — Morehead State University's Kentucky Folk Art Center will host its annual Appalachian Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair at the Laughlin Health Building, on Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The holiday travel season is upon us! Better Business Bureau has some tips on how to make your holiday travel a little brighter.
PRESTONSBURG – Hundreds of well-wishers attended a community reception for Big Sandy Community and Technical College President/CEO Dr. George D. Edwards on Saturday, November 15, on the Prestonsburg campus.
MARRIAGE LICENSESErica Nicole Yaunk, 27, of Prestonsburg, to Christopher Daniel Beers, 41, of Prestonsburg.
In our preschool class at church, we typically study lessons about being thankful at Thanksgiving. It's a no-brainer. The week before the holiday, we are sure to do the story of the ten lepers. We talk about how dreadful leprosy was and wrap our...
GARRETT — Two men are in jail found them in a pickup truck carrying a load of items stolen the night before.
PRESTONSBURG — A Prestonsburg woman could face up to 10 years in prison, after being accused of stealing money through an online payment service.
PRESTONSBURG — Educators, healthcare leaders, and government representatives convened at Prestonsburg Elementary on Wednesday for a demonstration of GoNoodle, an interactive classroom resource being provided with the help of Highlands Regional...
PRESTONSBURG — A pair of enterprising local sisters-in-law are looking to shake up the market for young girls with a project combining fashion and storytelling, with a debut in Prestonsburg set for the holiday season.
PRESTONSBURG - If the Prestonsburg High School football team has a 12th man, it's sophomore Brayden Hall.
Property tax bills have been mailed, but some landowners may still be unaware, as several bills have been returned by the postal service as “undeliverable.”
PRESTONSBURG — A large rock slide on Route 321 near Highlands Regional Medical Center on Wednesday morning closed the road in both directions while crews worked to clear the debris.
PRESTONSBURG — A Grethel woman found herself heading to jail, after admitting to helping two men who were trying to sneak prohibited items into it.
MARTIN — Three people have been arrested following a robbery at McDonald's of Martin on Tuesday.
WAYLAND — Additional charges have been brought against a Wayland man who was arrested last week, after his brother accused him of threats and endangerment.
MARTIN — A traffic stop on Route 80 proved to be the end of the line for a Texas man wanted in his home state on drug charges.
COAL RUN VILLAGE — A group of Eastern Kentucky residents who say they are concerned about the future of Eastern Kentucky have formed a group — aptly named The Future of Eastern Kentucky — to bring a grassroots voice to the often...
A Floyd County mining company is once again facing the prospect of a lawsuit, after a quartet of environmental groups announced their intention to sue the company and its affiliate for violations of the Clean Water Act.
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