AUXIER — Being able to step outside of a jail cell is not looking like a promising prospect in the immediate future for a Floyd County man, after he was slapped with numerous felony and misdemeanor charges following an alleged violent attack on...
PRESTONSBURG — A sting operation earlier this month netted the arrest of a Grethel man accused of selling prescription painkillers.
EAST POINT — Two men are behind bars after Kentucky State Police busted a one-step meth lab in East Point last week.
DAVID — The Floyd County Sheriff's Department arrested a Martin man on Monday for allegedly beating his girlfriend.
PRESTONSBURG — With less than a week remaining before the election, Alison Lundergan Grimes' campaign headquarters on South Lake Drive was teeming with enthusiasm when the Senate hopeful stopped by on Wednesday.
PIKEVILLE — Nearly 600 people attended the largest multi-district K-12 educational professional learning event in Eastern Kentucky's history Oct. 24 .
PRESTONSBURG — An Ohio woman has been arrested on a nearly year-old felony theft charge, for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in cash from a Floyd County man.
Sunday, Nov. 2, is the end of Daylight Saving Time this year and for those who already sleep poorly, it might mean further disruption to their sleep patterns.
FRANKFORT — More than 2,300 people die and nearly 13,000 are injured annually in home fires across the United States.
JEFFERSONTOWN — It was hailed as a major victory for children in Kentucky when, earlier this year, the Legislature restored funding for child care assistance.
PAINTSVILLE — A local group is planning a dual tribute to veterans of the Big Sandy area this year.
A gypsy, Little Red Riding Hood, and a nerd from the Ky. Opry Jr. Pros warmed up the crowd with their renditions of Halloween-appropriate songs.Elvis is still his funky self, this time on bass guitar.
EASTERN — The plans are coming together for Floyd County's new high school, as representatives from Sherman Carter Barnhart presented an architectural report to the Floyd County Board of Education at Allen Central Middle School on...
PRESTONSBURG — It began as the search for work after being laid off from the coal mines. Now, Chris Crider has his name on the building that houses his first own business, a barbershop on Village Drive in Prestonsburg, where the Floyd County...
PAINTSVILLE – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) and the Big Sandy College Educational Foundation, Inc. (BSCEF) held its 14th annual Scholarship Reception Thursday, October 23, on the Mayo campus of BSCTC.
RICHMOND – “Too often in higher education,” Michael Benson said, “we become accustomed to saying that things cannot be done, or this or that cannot be tried.
As Sen. Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes look to win over young voters on Nov. 4, one issue is student-loan debt.
PRESTONSBURG — The ghosts and ghouls of the Kentucky Opry gathered together for a night of music and laughs at the Mountain Arts Center on Saturday.
PRESTONSBURG — The Floyd County Leadership Academy class met last week at Big Sandy Community and Technical College for its first professional development session. The class focused on leadership development and included topics on Floyd...
Big Sandy Area Community Action Program (BSACAP) will take applications for the Subsidy portion of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) from Monday, Nov. 3, until Thursday, Dec. 11.
MARRIAGE LICENSESHeather Marie Tackett, 33, of Hi Hat, to Tommy Castle, 52, of Hi Hat.Cindy Hall, 53, of Prestonsburg, to James Kenton Dickerson, 57, of Prestonsburg.
PRESTONSBURG — A Knott County woman who went to court Oct. 16 found herself being booked for one more court date and some jail time to boot, after being arrested for public intoxication in the courtroom.
My beloved and I are getting ready to celebrate our 34th wedding anniversary. I am amazed and have been thinking about it every day. Thirty-four years! Holy Smokes!
PRESTONSBURG — As autumn approaches, the Prestonsburg Woman's Club and the City of Prestonsburg have begun presenting their Holiday Yard of the Month award, bestowing the honors for October upon Lucy and Willard Kinzer of 227 North Arnold...
PRESTONSBURG — Three former Prestonsburg Police officers have filed suit against the city of Prestonsburg and Mayor Jerry Fannin, claiming they were dismissed from their jobs improperly.
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