The driver charged in the 2013 death of a Pulaski County High School student has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
How often have you idled at traffic lights in Somerset and said unmentionables about the inventor of such time-killing devices while your SUV burns $4-a-gallon gasoline?
Commonwealth's Attorney Eddy F. Montgomery and Pulaski County Sheriff Todd Wood announced Friday that every one of the Defendants served with their indictment warrants from a 2012 widespread investigation into the importation and purchasing of vast quantities of pseudoephedrine for the manufacture of methamphetamine have been convicted from that case and those cases are final.
Somerset High School track standouts Maranda Mills (right) and Cam Cheuvront (left) both won KTCCCA State Indoor track meet titles this past weekend. Mills won Class A indoor state titles in the triple jump and high jump, while Cheuvront won the 55-meter dash.
Somerset High School track standouts Maranda Mills and Cam Cheuvront had successful outdoor track campaigns last season, as they both captured individual KHSAA State Championship titles.
This past weekend in the KTCCCA Class A State Indoor Track Championships, Mills and Cheuvront won a couple more state track titles.
Heading into Monday’s semi final showdown in the Boy’s 12th Regional Basketball Tournament at Pulaski County High School, Southwestern and Lincoln County had been two of the hottest teams inside the region over the past couple of months.
Southwestern came into the 2013-14 high school girls basketball season looking to claim the school’s first-ever regional championship.
The Lady Warriors’ bid for a regional banner came to an end yesterday afternoon at Lincoln County High School, as for the second time in three seasons, Mercer County eliminated Southwestern from the Girls 12th Region Tournament.
Downtown Somerset circa 1962.
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.
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.