WellCare grants 180K in scholarship money to medical students coming to rural areas
Pirates and runners hit Hazard for a good cause
Heavy weekend rains caused issues across Perry County
Summer Feeding Program begins
Leatherwood Elementary visits Mayor Lindon
- WellCare grants 180K in scholarship money to medical students coming to rural areas - 3:49 pm updated: 3:51 pm.
- Pirates and runners hit Hazard for a good cause - 2:37 pm
- Heavy weekend rains caused issues across Perry County - 1:58 pm
- Connect Your Economy workshop held - 1:01 pm
- Summer Feeding Program begins - 12:47 pm
- Leatherwood Elementary visits Mayor Lindon - 3:22 pm
- Lauren Bates earned Doctor of Nursing Practice degree - 3:07 pm
- PCCHS’s agriculture class gardens with seniors - 3:03 pm
- HMS Speech Team becomes Dukes and Duchess - 2:32 pm
- 2 important Attorney’s Office roles sworn in - 2:25 pm
- Kentucky Power awards Teachers Vision Grants - 1:43 pm
- May is Elder Abuse Awareness month - 12:06 pm
- Piano students delight crowd - 11:45 am
- Vet Center has annual car show - 10:51 am
- Hazard holds Founders Day celebration - 1:24 pm
- Bridge dedication ceremony scheduled for two local soldiers - 11:38 pm
- Jail deputy, William Howell, found guilty in Larry Trent’s death - 10:12 pm
- New study says life expectancy rate is dropping for Perry County - 8:25 am
- Hazard group protests Hal Rogers’ healthcare vote - 1:02 am
- HCTC offers summer classes - 4:40 pm
- HCTC online student comes to Hyden to perform - 4:37 pm
- Court Reports - 2:55 pm
- Governor declares May 8-12 Teacher Appreciation Week - 2:49 pm
- Moving Eastern Kentucky Forward with Broadband Project Finalists Announced - 2:24 pm
- KRCC’s Combs wins Maintenance Person of the Year award - 1:25 pm
2 important Attorney’s Office roles sworn in
HAZARD — Two important roles in the Perry County Commonwealth of Kentucky Attorney’s Office were sworn in on Friday by Circuit Judge Allis...
Kentucky Power awards Teachers Vision Grants
HAZARD – Teachers in Knott, Perry and Greenup counties are the 2017 recipients of a Teacher Vision Grant from Kentucky Power. The program reward...
May is Elder Abuse Awareness month
HAZARD — Perry County Judge-Executive Scott Alexander signed a proclamation naming May as Elder Abuse Awareness month at the Perry County Senior...
Piano students delight crowd
HAZARD — Piano students with Hazard Community and Technical College’s (HCTC) piano class delighted the crowd during their performance of t...
Vet Center has annual car show
HAZARD — The Paul E. Patton Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center held its annual car and truck show on May 13. Customized vehicles lined the parking...
Hazard holds Founders Day celebration
Photo by Cordis Bishop | Brett Ratliff and The Giant Rooster Sideshow entertained the crowd with music.Photo by Cordis Bishop | The 2nd annual Founder...
Perry needs an extra frame to topple Breathitt
Last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodores traveled to Jackson to take on the Breathitt County Lady Bobcats. The Lady Commodores struggled to...
Perry come up shy to Paintsville
Early last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodores hosted the Paintsville Lady Tigers. The Lady Commodores lost to the Lady Tigers earlier in t...
Bulldogs cruise past Tigers in five
Early in the week, the Hazard Bulldogs hosted the Jackson City Tigers. The Bulldogs needed but five innings to put a stop to the affair, aided by a pa...
Bulldogs double up on Pirates
Over the weekend, the Hazard Bulldogs hit the road to take on the Powell County Pirates. The game went ballistic in the early going, and settled down ...
Madison Campbell and Tessa Morton of Hazard High School sign to cheer for EKU
HAZARD — Madison Campbell and Tessa Morton of Hazard High School signed with Eastern Kentucky University Monday to continue cheerleading under s...
Church Tour and Ice CreamThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints invites you to come and tour their church on May 11 at 7 p.m. During the tour...
“All Scripture is given by inspiration of God.” [2 Tim 3:16]How was the Bible written?-“Whence is it? From heaven, or of men?”...
National Day of PrayerThe Perry County observance of the National Day of Prayer will take place on May 4 at 6 p.m. at The Amphitheatre beside of Hazar...
Courtesy photoBryn Fultz will celebrate his 17th birthday on Wednesday, April 26th. His parents and his brother Cameron couldn’t be more proud o...
Southeast Kentucky Women’s Ministries MeetingThe Southeast Kentucky Women’s Ministries will have their meeting on April 26 at 6:30 p.m. at...
Gospel MeetingA gospel meeting will be held at the Church of Christ at Hazard Village on April 16-20. Sunday times are 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mon...
Governor makes step in right direction to repair broken foster care in Kentucky
A broken government system should not keep the pieces of a child’s life from being put back together. Governor Matt Bevin’s choice of Dan ...
Is there room in the courtroom for conscience?
Does a judge have a right to his conscience? That’s the question many are asking since a Glasgow Family Court Judge recused himself in cases reg...
The Post Office Delivers, Literally
A half-dollar hardly counts as money these days — it won’t even buy a cup of coffee. But pssssst… here’s an amazing half-dolla...
Benefits Secured for Retired Coal Miners and their Families
Last week, we achieved the success that thousands of retired coal miners and their families so desperately needed with the passage of my proposal to p...
New Law Will Help Bring Greater Transparency, Accountability to Area Development Districts
Lost in the headlines of the recently completed 2017 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly is a new law that is designed to increase transp...
What’s so personal about work zone safety?
A driver’s split-second decision caused by a brief distraction can impact lives forever.Three years ago this month, I received a phone call abou...