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A Eubank man is back at the Kentucky Correctional Psychiatric Center (KCPC) for a second evaluation after prosecutors refiled charges connected to a shooting incident last year.

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It isn't often that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell splits with conservatives from Kentucky.

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Two young women were airlifted to metro hospitals Friday afternoon after the car they were traveling in collided with the trailer of a commercial truck.

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A Eubank man who had gone to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) Monday over an ongoing domestic dispute ended up being arrested after allegedly assaulting deputies there.

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Two Pulaski residents have been sentenced for their roles in the heroin overdose of man who was discovered after being brought to the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital's emergency department for treatment.

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The Pulaski County Health Department will host a Hepatitis A vaccination clinic on Tuesday, April 23 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The vaccine is free for everyone.

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The city of Ferguson's budget has taken a major hit after Pulaski Fiscal Court slashed the city's share of the county's 1 percent occupational tax apparently in retaliation for Ferguson grabbing a piece of the county's insurance premium taxes.

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There has been another delay in obtaining a new Kentucky driver's license that complies with a federal law for identification.

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A day at the races turned out to be much more for local veteran Clarence Floyd. He was asked to attend Keeneland's races on Saturday by members of the Department of Veterans Affairs, without knowing the reason was that he and three others were there.

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A local tradition is growing, and you are invited to join. Today, volunteers are encouraged to pick up roadside litter throughout Pulaski County during the annual PRIDE Clean Sweep.

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Budget time can be stressful for county officials as they try to stretch their constituents' tax dollars as far as possible. Inevitably some line items are not fully funded.

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With the May 21 gubernatorial primaries a little more than a month away, Pulaski County Election Coordinator Mark Vaught says "little or no interest" is being shown at this point. Deputy County Clerk Tanya Brown said only 19 mail-in absentee ballots have been requested.

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The Republican plurality in Pulaski County is growing. Since just before the primaries last May, the number of registered Republicans has increased by 334 while the number of registered Democrats has decreased by 144.

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About a month after both organizations' boards of directors voted to enter into a management contract, the leaders of SPEDA (Somerset Pulaski Economic Development Authority) and the Somerset Pulaski County Development Foundation formally signed the agreement Thursday afternoon during SPEDA's…

In recent months, evidence of poison hemlock is widespread in Kentucky. Poison hemlock is toxic to a wide variety of animals including birds, wildlife, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses and to humans.

On February 28, 2019, Modern Systems Inc. had the pleasure of sitting down with William Hunt, Somerset Chief of Police and Greg Speck, Pulaski County Sheriff to discuss the Shepherds Watch program in great detail.

Spring is here and time to plan that spring cleaning in and around the house. Have you ever noticed that the state of your home impacts the way you feel? If your home is cluttered, then your mind can feel "cluttered" too. If your closet is clean and organized, you can start dressing better b…

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Several people indicted by the Pulaski County Circuit Court on drug-related charges were rounded up Friday by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Offices, Lake Cumberland Area Drug Task Force and Somerset Police Department. Several more are still being sought, however, and law enforcement is asking…

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PRIDE always does its due diligence in seeking volunteers to help with Spring Cleanup every April.

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"I'm 97 percent sure we will use traditional roster books during the May 21 primary elections."

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Daniel Cameron has set his sights on the office of Attorney General. The way the Republican, originally from Elizabethtown, speaks shows he is laser-focused on both the understanding that the position is the "chief law enforcement officer for the Commonwealth of Kentucky" and can be used to …

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Recovery from high lake level damage is "going better than expected" as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' officials try to get recreational areas ready for the upcoming vacation season. However, the U.S. Forest Service says Bee Rock Campground near Mt. Victory will be closed all year because of …

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A federal judge has sided with an insurance company in a lawsuit between the company and the family of a prominent resident who was killed in a 2017 plane crash.

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What happened to the study Somerset was doing during the Mayor Eddie Girdler administration to determine if it would be feasible to eliminate the left-turn lane on West Mt. Vernon Street at Fountain Square? Mayor Alan Keck did not respond to an e-mail question about the study.

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