HAZARD—County jobless rates for the month of July are out, showing that rates in 108 out of the 120 counties in the Commonwealth have dropped since last year.
HAZARD — A small structure fire broke out at 121 Rowl Street in the Wabaco community of Hazard on Monday afternoon. Fire Chief Sam Stacy with the Hazard Fire Deparment said a call was received at 1:18 p.m.
CHAVIES — Heavy fog and the threat of rain couldn't prevent a large crowd of runners and supporters from participating in the Cameron Hoskins 5k/10k Run/Walk in Chavies Saturday morning.
BUCKHORN — State and city officials, along with the staff of the Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park, gathered at the park over the weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Buckhorn Lodge.
HAZARD—After a week full of torrential thunderstorms and flash floods, community members around Perry County have been dealing with some rather soggy situations.
The University Center of the Mountains (UCM) is pleased to welcome a new partner, the University of Kentucky's Center of Excellence in Rural Health (UK CERH). The addition of this new partner brings two new bachelor's degrees, a new...
Brian Stewart is retiring as Instructional Specialist with the Math & Sciences Division at Hazard Community and Technical College, effective Aug. 31.
HAZARD – Roy G. Eversole Elementary School in Hazard is one of 14 statewide launching new early childhood learning programs this fall with funding from Toyota manufacturing operations in Kentucky. Called United Way Born Learning® Academies,...
HAZARD—A Perry County man who was sentenced to 10 years in jail for felony assault after allegedly shooting another man has had his case overturned due to issues with evidence from the Commonwealth's Attorney in the case.
MALLIE – The robbery of a Knott County business late Sunday evening has officers with Kentucky State Police Post 13 searching for an armed suspect.
MAYKING – An argument between family members at a residence on Cram Creek, in the Mayking community of Letcher County, resulted in one man being hospitalized for treatment of gunshot wounds over the weekend.
HAZARD—Hazard-Perry County Chamber of Commerce members and other local community members gathered in the council chamber of Hazard City Hall Tuesday morning for the chamber's monthly meeting, and to hear Mayor Nan Gorman's state of...
HAZARD — The Perry County Board of Education held its first meeting of the new school year last Thursday. Superintendent Jonathan Jett said he felt like things had gotten off to a great start.
HAZARD — Slight controversy over the issuance of electrical work permits and the provision of inmate healthcare at the Kentucky River Regional Jail enlivened the Perry County Fiscal Court's regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, August...
The award winning Commodore Players Drama Company of Perry County Central High School are excited to announce the student-cast for their upcoming fall production, playwright Craig Sodaro's “Hercules.”
LEXINGTON — It's rarely easy to get a child out of bed, dressed, fed and off to school, especially when it's still dark outside. Schoolchildren everywhere (their parents too, if they are being honest) groan for “just a little...
HAZARD—WYMT is proud to announce the launch of Eastern Kentucky's newest local television channel. WYMT.2 is now home to THIS TV's award winning films, box office hits and retro TV series, plus lots of local programming.
HAZARD—For what many officials said may be the first time ever, the Hazard City Commission voted to raise property taxes in the city limits during its regular monthly meeting Monday night.
HAZARD — A boil water advisory was issued today for the Fourseam community of Perry County.
HAZARD—Small and local government entities in the Commonwealth might be in for a rude awakening in 2015 when the federal government's new accounting standard forces new pension liabilities to be reported by the state as well as those...
Photos of officers bearing assault rifles and wearing head-to-toe battle armor this week in Ferguson, Mo., are raising questions over the blurred lines between police and soldiers.
HAZARD — The City of Hazard lifted a boil water advisory issued on Thursday, August 15, for the communities of Krypton and Campbell Creek Mountain.
HAZARD —One Hazard attorney created quite a “buzz” last week after he did his part to help out a local police officer who is fighting for his life.
ABINGDON, Va. – As students across the tri-state area of Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee head back to school, Food City is gearing up for the kick-off of their 2014-2015 School Bucks Program.
HAZARD — The Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky held a “Dine to Donate” Run for the Hills kickoff celebration at Applebee's on Friday. The event served as the beginning of a three-month, donation-matching campaign to raise...
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