With more job openings available than at any time in recent memory, Pulaski County Schools are committed to hooking up their high schoolers with local employers.
Somerset Community College (SCC) is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by the Great Colleges to Work For® program.
The hottest race for county office at the moment is that for Pulaski County Sheriff, with no fewer than four candidates having formally announced their candidacy.
More than six years after a previous slate of members scrapped plans to turf the district's two high school football fields, the Pulaski County Board of Education voted Tuesday evening to get that project rolling again.
COVID-19 continues to cause problems for the medical community in Pulaski and the surrounding counties, with local hospitals continuing to be full due to the pandemic.
Gov. Andy Beshear has made his feelings clear about Science Hill's plan to allow parents to decide whether or not their kids wear masks in school. Science Hill Superintendent Jimmy Dyehouse has words in response.
Roadwork at the intersection of Ky. 80 and Ringgold Road is ready to enter its next phase in an ongoing concrete pavement project expected to last another couple of months.
With more than $12 million in aid from the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Pulaski County Fiscal Court has contracted with an outside firm to ensure the funding is managed properly.
Nearly 18 months after first gathering to show support for healthcare workers and first responders, organizers are planning another prayer service set for this Monday at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.
In an unusual turn of events, the Pulaski County Board of Education approved a property tax rate Tuesday night that is less than last year's but will still generate more revenue for the district.
Somerset City Council held the first reading of an amendment that would allow cigar bars inside the city limits – the first major change to the smoking ban since it was adopted in 2012.
A last-minute change by the Somerset Independent Board of Education means that Somerset taxpayers will be receiving a bit of a break in their school tax this year.
The City of Burnside took a big first step on Monday toward further development of the community with the introduction of an ordinance creating the "Dream Big Burnside Authority."
Pulaski County Judge-Executive Steve Kelley has suspended Deputy-Judge Dan Price without pay pending the completion of "court-ordered procedures" following his DUI conviction last Friday. How do you feel about this disciplinary action?
Pulaski County Deputy Judge-Executive Dan Price has been suspended pending the completion of "court-ordered procedures" following his DUI conviction last Friday.
Embattled Somerset Fire Chief Tyler Jasper sent an email to fire department personnel in August claiming he was asked to resign by Mayor Alan Keck after Jasper failed to follow proper procedures in selling surplus equipment.
The public tax hearing for Somerset Independent Schools set for 5:30 p.m. today has been canceled. The regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting at 6 p.m. will continue as normal.
A Pulaski County man was indicted on arson charges this week relating to an incident from May, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.
Those who saw the devastation of September 11, 2001, up close must have run the gamut of emotions. For Somerset’s Gordon Wiles, he remembers well what he felt.
Following a day-long trial and some 30 minutes of deliberation, a Pulaski County jury found Deputy Judge-Executive Dan Price guilty of all charges connected to his December 2019 DUI arrest.
A federal judge has denied both of Michael “Wally” Wallace’s request for a new trial, paving the way for the embattled Pulaski District 5 constable to be sentenced in October.
For many years, residents in the Lake Cumberland area have been participating in Operation Christmas Child, which helps millions of children in need through gift-filled shoeboxes.
Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital is one of 21 hospitals around the state which will be receiving help from the Kentucky National Guard to help with COVID-19 efforts.
As COVID-19 cases reach record highs in the region, the City of Somerset and Healthy Somerset are hosting a free clinic in partnership with the Lake Cumberland District Health Department (LCDHD) for members of the community to receive the vaccine.
Debbie Wilson was in her second year of teaching when a colleague burst into her classroom at Northern Middle School on September 11, 2001, to let her know that a plane had struck one of the World Trade Center towers.
This Week's Circulars
Ann Haney, age 71, of Nancy, KY, passed away on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. Funeral services will be announced later. Lake Cumberland Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements for Ann Haney.
- Community pillar Ann Haney dies at 71
- Burnside Police searching for missing woman
- Dyehouse responds to governor's criticism of mask-option policy
- Pulaski Deputy Judge-Executive Dan Price suspended without pay
- Market on Main store closing at end of month
- Pulaski Schools keeping mask mandate for now
- Wesley adds name to list running for sheriff
- Dream Big Burnside to pursue Island lodge
- Late auctioneer Samuel Ray Godby remembered by daughters
- September 10-13 Arrests