Sheriff-elect reveals some of his plans to Kiwanis Club
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Corps: Lake water fees may be coming
Sometime, maybe three or four years down the road, Somerset and other communities that use water out of Lake Cumberland will pay fees for water drawn out of the lake. And, if Wolf Creek Dam springs another leak, communities along the lake might have to pay the cost of repairs.
New cafeteria coming soon to Eubank Elementary
Students at one elementary school in northern Pulaski County will be taking their lunches in the classroom for a bit while construction to its cafeteria continues.
Downtown beautification project underway
No flowers yet, but the boxes are taking shape. A city beautification project is under way downtown and already completed are four elevated flower boxes –– three along the south side of the square in front of First and Farmers National Bank and one on the east side in front of Citizens National Bank’s downtown headquarters.
- Corps: Lake water fees may be coming
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Young girls fight for possession of the basketball during a Pulaski County Girls Youth Basketball League game in 2011. The Pulaski County schools informed Somerset that they would not be allowed to field teams in the league this upcoming season.
‘City-County School Feud’ hits the Youth Leagues
The Somerset Schools and Pulaski County Schools administrators have been battling it out in arbitration hearings over the issue of the non-resident student contract.
But the after effects of the dispute between the area’s two largest school districts has already made its way onto the athletic fields – long before the games have even been contested.
Zwick wins Duathlon National Championship
Age is relative.
For local athlete David Zwick, turning 75 years young was an ‘athletic blessing’.
Local All-Star teams advance in state tournaments
Local all-star baseball teams began their state tournament journeys on Tuesday night at ballparks all across the state of Kentucky.
- ‘City-County School Feud’ hits the Youth Leagues
Adam Duritz (left) and Counting Crows
- Duritz: ‘I like playing festivals’
Brass band sound coming to Pulaski County
A new sound is blowing into Somerset — and is hoping to attract some of the town’s top brass. Literally.
Autistic man expresses himself through art
Take a walk down the main hallway of the Stoner Building on the campus of Somerset Community College starting in April, and you might think you’re surrounded by a gorgeous array of storyboards for Disney Pixar films: Brightly colored animals romping about in lavish jungle scenes, the kind of thing likely to bring a smile to any child’s face.