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Somerset resident and veteran Danny Hall participated in Saturday's Honor Flight out of Lexington, and while it was a long day for him and his family, he called it a "fantastic trip."

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Actual moonlight had not quite yet descended upon the Moonlight Festival in downtown Somerset Saturday. But even as the October dusk lurked near come late afternoon, Somerset Tourism Director Leslie Ikerd felt the atmosphere was like magic in the Moonlight.

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Roald Dahl, author of such children's classics as "Matilda" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" is quoted as saying, "If you are going to get anywhere in life you have to read a lot of books."

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The Somerset Pulaski County Humane Society's next adoption event is Saturday, October 19, from noon until 4 p.m., at the Pulaski County Humane Society building.

U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers demands answers from the Social Security Administration (SSA) as hundreds of individuals continue to wait for benefits in the wake of the historic Eric C. Conn disability fraud scheme in Eastern Kentucky. Rogers issued a letter to SSA Commissioner Andrew Saul on…

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Somerset Community College’s International festival is a chance to go around the world in considerably less than 80 days. With dancing, displays, music, entertainment and food, the annual event is a chance for students of all ages to learn about the world outside Kentucky’s borders. This yea…

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Food, socialization … and maybe a little bit of wine were the backdrops for a slew of state candidates to make their case for election at a Democratic fundraising dinner - Rally Around the Rooster - held Tuesday at the Center for Rural Development.

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Forget about the "inactive" list on which 1,253 Pulaski County registered voters and about 175,000 registered voters in Kentucky were placed by the State Board of Elections.

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For Dr. Adam Braun, his first day on the job with Dermatology Associates of Kentucky's new Somerset office will be a homecoming of sorts.

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South Kentucky RECC reminds its members that November 4 through December 13 begins the application process for the first segment, or subsidy component, of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) – the federal government’s provision, started in 1974, for helping American’s at r…

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First-time use of electronic polling books (e-poll books) at every precinct in Pulaski County and more than 1,200 "inactive" voters allowed to re-register at the polls could tangle a red-hot gubernatorial election on November 5.

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A Eubank man was taken into custody on Monday by deputies from the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office, Chief Tony Duncan of the Eubank Police Department and Kentucky State Troopers.

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Plenty of people rolled up to the ribbon cutting for the skate park located around the SomerSplash Water Park complex in 2008, when it was being hailed as a great alternative to keeping skateboarders off of city streets.

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The opioid crisis has caused plenty of questions, but very few answers have been found so far. On Tuesday afternoon, U.S. Senator Rand Paul joined local leaders in the war against opioids in a round-table discussion of what possible solutions can be found on all levels.

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The man accused of fatally shooting a fellow immigrant, then enlisting his cousin and estranged girlfriend to help burn the body has been sentenced to life in prison.

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A Ferguson man was arrested Sunday after allegedly leaving the scene of a domestic assault, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.

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Obituaries

Ralph Tarter, 88, of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio passed away Sunday, October 20, 2019. Arrangements are pending and will be announced later by Pulaski Funeral Home. Pulaski Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.