On Friday, a new agreement entered into by the Somerset-Pulaski County Economic Development Authority (SPEDA), the City of Somerset, Pulaski County Government and Houston-based Extiel GPG has created new momentum for a specialty chemicals plant project in Somerset.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet made the announcement this week, but a Somerset regional office to sell Real ID licenses has been selling the federally required driver's license since January 8.
A local youth took on the task of aiding Somerset Police officers in helping children who are experiencing something traumatic, usually through the arrest of one or both parents.
With Tommy Turner stepping down from the 85th District of House of Representatives after 24 years, the seat has become the most contested on the May Primary ballot.
The impeachment of President Donald Trump began Tuesday afternoon, and early indications are that Pulaskians may be watching, but not too closely.
Frigid temperatures prompted an early start to this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day March but the still-burning beacon of his legacy warmed the hearts of those participating.
For the second year in a row, heavy rain marked the annual remembrance ceremony held Saturday to honor those who fought in the Battle of Mill Springs.
Two Pulaski Countians have been selected to the local Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC) that will recommend the short list to replace former Circuit Judge David Tapp.
Citing lower costs and the digital age, Republican State Rep. Jerry Miller has introduced legislation to remove paid public notices from newspapers and instead post them for free on local government websites.
School calendars, board member appreciations, student contracts and more made up the first meeting of 2020 for the Somerset Independent School Board.
The Somerset Police Department posted a statement Thursday night saying that it had investigated a social media post in which "no credible threat" was found to local students.
Somerset Mayor Alan Keck, reviewing his first year in office, told members of Somerset Kiwanis Club Thursday " ... it is a tremendous honor to serve my hometown."
The public is encouraged to attend the Remembrance Ceremony for the 158th Anniversary of the Battle of Mill Springs this Saturday, one day before the actual anniversary on January 19.
Pulaski County and Kentucky Republicans may vote at the May 19 GOP presidential preference primary for Donald J. Trump to be the nominee for reelection as president of the United States.
For the second year in a row, the annual financial audit for Somerset Independent Schools brought out praise from the firm in charge of conducting it.
Among the actions taken at Somerset City Council's meeting on Monday was an amendment to an annexation already approved - not due to any changes in the area annexed but because the Kentucky Secretary of State's Office asked for some wording to be changed.
No public ballot position drawings will be held Thursday at the Pulaski county clerk's office because no primary contests developed in Somerset City Council wards. All other ballot positions are nationwide, statewide and district offices, and drawings, required by law, will be Thursday at th…
Before a standing-room-only crowd, Pulaski County Fiscal Court approved a resolution declaring the county to be a Second Amendment (2A) Sanctuary.
Local legislators are responding to the controversy former Governor Matt Bevin sparked by the hundreds of pardons he issued before leaving office last month.
Renovations to the pools at the Somerset Independent Alumni and Aquatic Center are coming along, but an update released by the school district says that the project completion date has been pushed back to March.
Yesterday was filing deadline for Somerset City Council candidates and two veteran councilors -- Mike New and Donna Hunley -- did not seek reelection.
Horse Soldier Bourbon's John Koko summed it up like this: "There can't be anything more authentic than us coming back to where it all started. And here we are."
Michael Keck, the local businessman who ran for a state senate seat in 2015-2016, made it clear this week that he will not be running for the positing this election.
Ahead of yesterday's filing deadline a Eubank man filed nomination papers with the secretary of state's office in Frankfort to oppose Kentucky State Senator Rick Girdler's bid for a second term representing the 15th Senatorial District made up of Pulaski, Lincoln and Boyle counties. Larry Se…
The Tradewind Center along South U.S. 27 is home to several hidden gems, locally-owned businesses that don't necessary have signs that jump out and catch your attention but are worth checking out.
The Pulaski County Humane Society (PCHS) would like to introduce Miss Gypsy, a young adult cat who's experience some trauma and is ready for a fur-ever home.
This Week's Circulars
Stella Wesley, 73, of Science Hill, passed away Thursday, January 23, 2020 at her residence. She was born on February 26, 1946 in Pulaski County; daughter of the late Loyd & Mary (Warren) Wiles. She is survived by three daughters, Patricia Ann & (Zach) Burton of Nancy, Melissa Lee We…
- Local man pleads not guilty to rape charge
- 'We're kind of starting over again'
- 18 drunks arrested and charged $17.90 by Judge Gale Kelly
- Old Town Grill keeps serving Somerset in midst of restaurant explosion
- 3 Pulaskians indicted on sex with minor charges
- Somerset man arrested for parole and drug violations
- Three arrested on drug-related charges
- Plans moving ahead for Hemisphere Limited LLC
- Somerset man pleads guilty in strangulation case
- Eubank man pleads guilty to auto theft