Restaurants should open early next year in Stonegate Centre on South U.S. 27
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In this April 11, 2014 photo made with a fisheye lens, gasoline is pumped into an automobile at a Phillips 66 gas station in Little Rock, Ark. Lower U.S. gasoline prices kept consumer inflation in check last month, helping to offset higher costs for food and clothing. The Labor Department said Tuesday, April 15, 2014, that the consumer price index rose 0.2 percent in March, after scant 0.1 percent increases in the previous two months (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
FTC probing state gas prices
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in cooperation with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, has agreed to review allegations of possible gas-price gouging in Kentucky. Such a review would be welcomed in Pulaski County where complaints about high gas prices have been rampant for years.
First reading of 2014-15 budget is approved
Pulaski Fiscal Court yesterday passed the first reading of the proposed $29.87 million 2014-15 budget.
City: There’s no ‘status quo’ on payroll tax
Despite what Pulaski County’s state senator termed a “freeze” on cities taking a share of the county’s occupational tax, the City of Somerset plans on keeping its options open.
- FTC probing state gas prices
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Pulaski County High School junior Taylor Hurt (#11) gets tagged out by Somerset High School senior Charlie Dishman in a rundown play between first and second bases. Looking on in the background is, from left, Chandler Purcell, Logan Ramsey and Addison Thompson. Somerset won the game 4-1.
Somerset runs down Maroons
With a win over Somerset on Monday afternoon, the Pulaski County Maroons could have all but sewn up a number one seed inside the 47th District.
This Girl is on Fire
Two-time KHSAA Class A triple jump state champion Somerset High School junior Maranda Mills is off to a blazing start to her track season this spring.
Pulaski holds off Rockets
After giving up two runs to Rockcastle County High School in the opening half of the first inning, the Pulaski County High School baseball team looked as if they might be in trouble in this pivotal District 47 match-up.
- Somerset runs down Maroons
The work of Cory Bond, a Rockcastle County native who takes painting classes at Somerset Community College (SCC) will be on display through the month of April as part of an exhibit called “Cory’s World.”
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.
Memories of how things used to be in 1960s Somerset
An old photograph of shoppers in downtown Somerset revived sweet memories of how things used to be. Best we can tell by car models, the photograph was made about 1962.
American Idol hopeful has local connection
If you’ve been following the journey of this year’s crop of “American Idol” contestants, you’re probably familiar with the name Briston Maroney.
But did you know that the talented young vocalist has a local connection?
A resident of Knoxville, Tenn., Maroney was featured in the Salt Lake City, Utah, auditions, which aired on January 29.
- Autistic man expresses himself through art