I may get slapped by local attorneys for saying this -- but if you're not driving impaired, why would you refuse to take a simple breathalyzer test?
The whole "fake news" thing is maddening for life-long journalists, whether you work for a major metro newspaper or a community paper like the CJ.
I know a lot of people just don't seem to like Mitch McConnell -- which is incredibly strange since he's been a U.S. Senator since 1984 and just keeps getting re-elected.
If boards of election in every county in Kentucky are as diligent as members of Pulaski County Board of Elections there should be no worries of irregularities or fraudulent voting.
Last week, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes released a voter-turnout prediction for this Tuesday's General Election. It was both shocking and pathetic.
In the past few years, military leaders have asked lawmakers to finalize spending bills for defense prior to the start of the fiscal year -- which is coming up on Oct. 1.
The thing about a good sandwich shop is that there's something there for everyone. Want meat? Lots of meat available. No meat? Get a vegetarian option. Provolone, American, Gouda? Take your pick. Onions, wit' or wit'out. Heavy mayo, light mayo, or no mayo. White or wheat.
The popularity of Kentucky's U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell has been in question the past few years. I guess we will see how that shakes out in the 2020 election season.
Sports fans sometimes look at professional athletes as if they're real-life superheroes -- indestructible beings, complete with superpowers.
An overflow crowd of Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce members sat transfixed Tuesday as the community’s newly formed economic development organization was unveiled.
As I'm typing this, the thermometer (okay, my phone's weather app) reads 93 degrees, the A/C is cranked up to 11, and old country fellas are coming up to each other in general stores saying things to each other like, "Hot enough for ya?"
U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers has spent a great deal of his nearly four decades in Washington fighting drug abuse and addiction in his Fifth Congressional District.
Matt Bevin may be one of the nation's most unpopular governors, with an approval rating of about 30 percent. But you gotta hand it to him -- he knows how to toss out some off-the-wall, looney tunes quotes.
In the Summer of 1969, Sly and the Family Stone released "Hot Fun in the Summertime." It was an ode to the wonder of summer, and the little slivers of Americana that we celebrate during these hot months.
Mayor Alan Keck threw in the towel this week on his annexation plans, and, whether it be good or bad, the results follow a pattern that has existed in this community since Somerset was first settled in 1798 by Thomas Hansford.
As Vizzini of "The Princess Bride" could tell you, there are two classic blunders. The most famous of them is this: Never get involved in a land war in Asia. Only slightly less well-known is, never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line.
Did you know it is against the law to work on Sundays? KRS 436.160, Kentucky’s Blue Law, not enforced for more than half a century, is still in effect. The Legislative Research Commission this week confirmed the law is still on the books.
This Week's Circulars
Randy Burton, age 51 of Somerset, passed away Tuesday, December 3, 2019. A funeral will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the Chapel of the Pulaski Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Fairview Cemetery at Nancy, KY The family of Mr. Randy Burton will receive friends at t…
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- UPDATE: Deputy Judge Price back on the job after DUI charge
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