To say I knew Dr. Michael Hail would somewhat misstate the facts -- something we in the news business strive to avoid.
The Commonwealth Journal has recently been encouraged by our parent company, CNHI, to post a code of conduct for our Facebook followers.
One of the more thought-provoking lines in my favorite book of the Bible, Ecclesiastes, reads, “I envy those who are dead and gone; they are better off than those who are still alive.”
It is our worst fear as parents: A career criminal with sex offenses against minors on his record, in our neighborhoods stalking young children.
The Commonwealth Journal presented a poll question about the recent event in Nancy where armed folks showed up at Mill Springs Battlefield sites to defend the Civil War monuments in the face of a rumored “attack” from the outside.
When Alan Keck was campaigning for the office of mayor, one of the key issues of his platform was the revitalization of the Downtown Somerset area.
Two very significant events unfolded in Pulaski County on Friday — they were very separate, yet naturally intertwined.
In October of 1994, I was at old Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati with my longtime sidekick/photographer Bobby Flynn to cover the Shula Bowl — the Bengals, coached by Dave Shula, were going against his legendary father, Don Shula, and the Miami Dolphins.
I’ve heard this more than a few times over the past several weeks: “I shouldn’t have to apologize for being white.”
On Saturday night in Somerset, a group of people planned to peacefully hold a candlelight vigil in Downtown Somerset.
When I first read the story about the University of Kentucky cheerleading coaching staff being fired as the result of a probe into alleged hazing and public nudity on the beautiful waters of our own Lake Cumberland, I thought of writing something about it through the prism of human sexuality.
Six years ago, she held her mommy’s hand and walked into Pulaski Elementary School for her first day of kindergarten.
Somerset Mayor Alan Keck did a Facebook Live event on Thursday and followed it up with an Op-Ed published on Friday in the Commonwealth Journal.
At the city’s Light Up 2020 event New Year’s Eve, The Mole Hole on Fountain Square was bursting at the seams, stacked with people in line to buy signature drinks. Tammy made the bold decision to add a bar to her store upon moving downtown, and that night as she quickly shifted from one custo…
A week or so ago, I read an interesting article penned by Kentucky Today’s Mark Maynard which brought a smile to my face.
I just received a text from a friend who was concerned about a group of young people congregated to play basketball in her neighborhood.
As I sit here in an empty newsroom writing this column, it’s easy to let the gloom-and-doom mentality creep in.
Editor’s Note: Madalyn Dudley is the 17-year-old daughter of Tim and Christine Dudley. Christine is the second Pulaski countian to test positive for the COVID-19 virus. Madalyn has graciously shared her thoughts on her family dealing with her mother’s illness and diagnosis over the last few …
These are trying times. There's no point in denying it. Folks are (temporarily) losing their jobs, parents are trying to become teachers, and we are trying to balance “I'm not scared” with “Other people are buying out everything we need to survive, so I might as well, too.”
It probably feels as if coronavirus – or as it is officially known, COVID-19 – is all anyone is talking about these days. As COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses like the seasonal flu continue to spread across the U.S., you also may feel a certain level of concern over how this disease c…
Editor's Note: Dr. Michael S. Saag is professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is world-renowned for his work on the HIV virus. This is a letter Dr. Saag wrote to the citizens of Alabama, but it could just as easily apply to Kentuckians. Dr…
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