Somerset — The 13th annual International Dinner — hosted by the Somerset-Pulaski Morning Rotary Club — was held Saturday at The Center for Rural Development The event helps raise money for the numerous local and global causes through which the Rotary Club strives to improve lives, including the eradication of the disease polio throughout the world. As many as 31 different nations and cultures had their food on display for local individuals to sample, everything France and England to Gambia and Guatemala to India and Thailand, and even food found right here in Kentucky.
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Girdler: City has $20 million in the bank
“It’s a great time for Somerset,” proclaimed Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler. “If you hear we’re going broke, don’t believe it. The city had $20 million in the bank last week.”
Wintry mix, lots of rain headed our way
The last several days, complete with temperatures in the mid-60s, were a nice break from wintry temperatures, but it’s all about to end.
The massive cold front that sent temperatures plunging across the Midwest has parked itself directly over eastern Kentucky, and it intends to hang around for a bit.
Despite weather, Christmas Parade is on
It may seem like the massive storm system moving through the area could ruin the weekend’s upcoming holiday events, but that isn’t the case.
Operation Angel Care still has a few more days to go
Time is running out to help make Christmas a little better this year for certain young boys and girls in Pulaski County.
- Texas Roadhouse to open Dec. 9
- Lake Cumberland plays host to one of largest V-bottom boats
- Hazmat crews clear fuel spill at Kroger South gas station
Thanksgiving, Black Friday weekend relatively safe in Somerset
Local police are very thankful that the Thanksgiving holiday — and the shopping rush that followed — went fairly smoothly this year.
Keith will remain in jail until his trial
A Burnside pastor accused of shooting and killing three people in a Danville pawn shop will remain in jail through his upcoming trial.
- Burnside Holiday Home Tour next weekend
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