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Seven charged in 2013 meth incident
Seven people have been indicted in connection with a May 2013 incident in which they were allegedly found with a meth lab at a northern Somerset residence that had children inside.
Program connects kids with business community
They’re business-savvy, they’re motivated, and they’re ready to present their business ideas to the world.
And they’re not yet out of high school.
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From left Southwestern’s Catie Odom and Brandi Ridner, and Pulaski’s Allie Stevens and Allison Kerns compete in the girls’ 800-meter relay event in the 38th annual Joan Spurlock Lake Cumberland Classic.
Maranda Mills, Austin Hyden win meet MVP’s
The weather on Saturday was perfect for the 38th annual Joan Spurlock Lake Cumberland Classic at Somerset High School’s Joan Spurlock Track Complex.
Justin Edwards, Virginia Scott named County Basketball Players of the Year
The 2013-’14 high school basketball season was one that saw both Southwestern hoops teams advance all the way to the regional semi finals, while the PC boys won a fifth consecutive district tournament, and the Somerset Lady Jumpers earned a berth in a regional tourney for the second year in a row.
Lady Jumpers hold off Pulaski
It’s been a rough few days for first-year head coach Brad Gover and the Pulaski County Lady Maroon softball team.
- Maranda Mills, Austin Hyden win meet MVP’s
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