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High water remains severe threat in several parts of Kentucky

State and local officials across Kentucky are continuing their efforts to help recover not only from three ice and snowstorms in February, but also severe ... Read more

2 hours ago by Tom Latek.

PHOTOS: Drenched in rain

Though the Cumberland River in Baxter reached a crest of 13.5 feet from the rain Harlan County received the last few days, water levels remained ... Read more

17 hours ago by Emily Sargent.

Harlan County Judge-Executive Dan Mosley

Mosley joins the Republican Party

After much thought and prayer, Judge-Executive Dan Mosley recently changed his party designation from Democrat to Republican. Mosley recorded his message to locals, fellow politicians, ... Read more

18 hours ago by Emily Sargent.

February lowest for case totals since October

The last day of February was Sunday, closing out the lowest month of COVID-19 totals since October, according to local officials. In Monday’s update on ... Read more

18 hours ago by Emily Sargent.

District court – March 2, 2021

DISTRICT COURT Joshua Noe, expired or no registration plate, expired or no Kentucky registration receipt, registration and title requirements vehicle not operate on highway, failure ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Marriage licenses – March 2, 2021

MARRIAGE LICENSE Adam James Wynn, of Evarts, to Breanna Lynn Polly, of Evarts. Dallas Anthony Osborne, of Wallins, to Joanne Lou Joseph, of Wallins. Brandon ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Civil lawsuits – March 2, 2021

CIVIL LAWSUITS Mary Beth Farmer vs. Joshua Farmer – dissolution of marriage. Dixie Fuel Company, LLC., et al. vs. Frost Brown Todd, LLC – contract ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Capacity limits going to 60% for many; Beshear gives ‘optimistic’ report

By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News ollowing seven weeks of declining coronavirus cases and positive-test rates, along with an increasing supply of vaccines, Gov. Andy ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

Flooding brings call for state of emergency

Gov. Andy Beshear has declared a state of emergency due to the extremely heavy rainfall across most of Kentucky throughout the weekend, prompting numerous flood ... Read more

1 day ago by Tom Latek.

Elderly Claiborne County man missing, last seen in Pineville

An 86-year-old Harrogate man suffering from dementia has been missing from home since Feb. 17. Bill Baker, Sr. was last seen in Pineville, Ky., which ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

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