BRONSTON - At the end of Villager Resort Drive sits the home of Keith and Terry Frank. For 11 months of the year, it is your typical southern Pulaski County home. But for the month of December, the Frank's modest home is transformed into an elaborate Virtual Christmas Light Show.
In observance of Veteran’s Day, the Commonwealth Journal will not publish a print edition on Wednesday, November 11. Articles will be posted online at www.somerset-kentucky.com, then published in Thursday’s print edition.
Check the Commonwealth Journal's 2020 Discover Lake Cumberland magazine to plan your weekend getaway and summer outdoor activities.
The Somerset-Pulaski Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) board of directors has voted to donate property to Somerset Community College (SCC) that has been used as a Lineman Training Center for the last 12 years.
Celebrating our healthcare heroes is certainly top-of-mind these days as we continue to fight COVID-19. But at SPEDA, we want to celebrate them every day — for the outstanding, state-of-the-art care our regional hospital and physician practices bring to our community, and the excellent partn…
Somerset, Ky. Local urgent care, First Care, is now offering COVID-19 testing at all of their 18 locations. The clinic will offer curbside coronavirus testing in which patients with respiratory illnesses (i.e. the flu, cold, or COVID-19) will remain in their car during the entire duration of…
Almost three years to the day, a bear surprised several customers at the Somerset Walmart SuperCenter. Black bears in Kentucky are not unheard of. The return of the black bears over the last 20 years in the Bluegrass State is a true wildlife success story. The bears were essentially eliminat…
Quarantined inside her home with her four children, local photographer Amanda Muse was reading through her posts on her Facebook photography group when she came across an interesting idea.
The latest economic casualty of Kentucky's efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus is child care.
This article, written as Super Tuesday has wrapped up, reminds Pulaski countians they too will vote in presidential preference primaries May 19.
WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. — An Indiana man accused in the death of a Williamsburg woman, her husband, and her son was in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday afternoon.
The Kentucky Department for Public Heath (DPH), within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), in collaboration with the Kentucky Population Health Institute, is hosting the fourth annual Children's Environmental Health Summit on Oct. 10 (National Children's Environmental Health D…
The Lake Cumberland Area Heart Walk which was held Thursday night in downtown Somerset was about more than just walking for heart health. It was about celebrating survivors of heart disease and heart-related problems and about raising money to help the American Heart Association in conductin…
This Week's Circulars
Anita Kindt, 82, of Somerset, passed away at Clinton Co. Health & Rehab on Thursday, January 15, 2021. Private services will be held. Pulaski Funeral Home is honored to assist the family with arrangements.
- Somerset man granted diversion in child abuse case
- Monticello man charged with murder after fatal collision
- Two arrested in Thursday night traffic stop
- Impeach Beshear? Somerset’s Baker may be on that ‘jury’
- Hale leaves great legacy at Somerset Christian School
- Meth arrests up in 2020 from Wayne County traffic stops
- LCRH hotline to schedule COVID vaccinations flooded with calls
- Vaccine rollout hits snag as health workers balk at shots
- Pulaski County Board of Education welcomes new member
- Pancho Zaragoza signs with Midway University