True rock and roll fans find it wherever they can.
Bradley Shane Gilmore was many things to Saturday's Juneteenth festival. He was one of the artists with a booth for displaying his work on the Pulaski Judicial Center Plaza. He was a performer in one of the day's musical acts, the Sum of Its Parts Band.
The Kentucky Parole Board is officially prohibited — at least for now — from scheduling a second parole hearing for 45 inmates who were previously ordered to serve out their life sentences.
Jonathan Goforth, Vice President/ Credit Administrator at Citizens National Bank, is among the 129 bankers who received graduation diplomas on June 2, 2021 from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. This three-year program provides courses covering all aspects of bank…
As soon as court was adjourned, Pulaski County Constable Michael “Wally” Wallace began removing personal items – his suit jacket, tie, watch, rings – to hand over to family members. He had only a few moments to say goodbye to family before being led away by officers with the U.S. Marshals Service.
While downtown Somerset will celebrate Juneteenth on Saturday, down south in Burnside, there will be another kind of June event for a good cause.
Both sides rested their cases Thursday, leaving the door open for closing arguments to begin first thing Friday morning as the trial of Pulaski Constables Michael “Wally” Wallace and Gary Baldock continues.
Students and parents can breathe a little easier this fall because the 16 colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), including Somerset Community College (SCC), will not be raising tuition.
A Somerset man is expected to be sentenced next week after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a shooting spree on Elihu Cabin Hollow Road back in May 2020.
Pulaski County homeowners and renters who suffered losses in the severe storms and flooding of late February and early March will be getting a little more time to apply for federal assistance.
Day three of the trial of Pulaski Constables Michael “Wally” Wallace and Gary Baldock focused on arrest citations, testimony from citizens that have accused the constables of inappropriate behavior during traffic stops and information from FBI agents present during the searches of the consta…
Healthy Somerset Director Kathy Townsend is a new member of the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center (MCC) Community Advisory Board.
Two Pulaski County tourism professionals were among a total of four recipients awarded scholarships by The Kentucky Wildlands to attend this week's Southeast Tourism Society Marketing College in Macon, Ga.
Laurel Circuit Judge Michael Caperton has granted the first round to prosecutors over the legal fight to keep the Kentucky Parole Board from enacting a new regulation which would offer 45 inmates a second chance at parole after having been initially ordered to serve out their life sentences.
The last time Lynn Bowden, Jr. came to Somerset, all he had — like so many other kids at the camp he attended — were NFL dreams.
LONDON, Ky. — Jurors heard a tale of two arrests – one of a private citizen, one of an undercover FBI “asset” – during the second day of the federal trial of constables Michael “Wally” Wallace and Gary Baldock.
Controversy was voiced to Mayor Alan Keck regarding his decision to still display artwork now deemed "inappropriate" by many of his constituents.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 8 Office advises motorists that a temporary lane closure is scheduled to take place this week on the Louie B. Nunn Cumberland Parkway in Pulaski County as crews perform rock removal operations.
Somerset City Council has revoked their version of the city-county interlocal agreements, which was unanimously passed last meeting.
In commercial and industrial development circles, they called him the “Quiet Giant.” The imprint he leaves on the community in the wake of his passing is giant-sized indeed.
LONDON, Ky. — Jury selection, opening statements and the first witness took up the first day in the trial of Pulaski Constables Michael “Wally” Wallace and Gary Baldock.
One day after Commonwealth’s Attorney David Dalton filed a lawsuit against the Kentucky Parole Board, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron did the same in Laurel Circuit Court on behalf of Kentucky victims and families affected by the board’s most recent order.
Like any business, Mr. D’s Pizza has had highs and lows. But also, like any successful small business, it’s learned to go with the flow.
The trial of Pulaski County Constables Michael “Wally” Wallace and Gary Baldock is set to begin Monday morning in U.S. District Court in London.
The agenda for Monday’s Somerset City Council meeting includes an action to rescind the version of the city-county interlocal agreements that council passed at its last meeting.
In 1939, Robert Crawford penned the words that would become the official song for the U.S. Air Force: “Off we go into the wild blue yonder ...”
While the COVID-19 pandemic is not over yet, another sign that the worst may be over comes in the form of the Lake Cumberland District Health Department’s decision not to mail out daily reports to community partners after this week.
Commonwealth's Attorney David Dalton filed a lawsuit on Thursday, seeking to keep convicted murderer Jeffrey Brian Coffey from coming before the Kentucky Parole Board again.
A routine piece of business at the Somerset Independent Board of Education meeting Tuesday night prompted a brief discussion on how difficult it has been for schools to find substitute teachers recently.
With a contract approved Tuesday evening, new athletic lighting will be installed at Pulaski County High School's football and baseball fields.
The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce hosted a meet-and-greet Monday morning to welcome Robbin Taylor as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's new state director.
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office released a photo of a man they as asking the public for help in retracing the last few days of, in order to learn more about what may have happened to him.
It's been about six weeks since the April 26 fire that destroyed the Somerset-Pulaski County Special Response Team's headquarters but the agency is working to replace some of its equipment.
Investigators with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office say that no foul play is suspected in the death of a Crittenden man whose body was found close to the railroad tracks in Ferguson.
This Week's Circulars
Charles Hasty, 55, of Eubank, passed away Friday, June 18, 2021 at his residence. Arrangements are pending and will be announced later by Morris & Hislope Funeral Home. Condolences may be expressed to the family at: www.morrisandhislope.com.
Thelma Duncan, age 93 of Columbus, OH, formerly of Somerset, passed away on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at Kobacker House Hospice Care in Columbus. Services are pending at this time and will be announced on Thursday. Lake Cumberland Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements for Thelma Duncan.
- Constables Wallace and Baldock guilty on all counts
- Wallace and Baldock found guilty on all counts
- Former Lincoln County coach Cassandra McWhorter named new Lady Jumpers basketball coach
- Scrimager addresses art controversy
- Prosecution, defense rest cases in trial of Wallace and Baldock
- Mr. D's Pizza: A small local business that's been serving up pies for 44 years
- Arrest citations contradict previous evidence in constables' federal trial
- Trial of Wallace and Baldock gets underway
- Federal trial of Wallace and Baldock continues
- Artist asks: How do we heal?