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Vanderbilt keeps Kentucky from being outright SEC champion

Vanderbilt played the role of spoiler on Saturday, defeating No. 2 Kentucky 12-4 at Kentucky Proud Park to ...

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Fish and Wildlife encourages safe boating

In conjunction with National Safe Boating Week, May 18-24, 2024, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources ...

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Eastern State Hospital celebrates 200 years

On Friday, representatives from the state, including Lt.Gov. Jacqueline Coleman, the city of Lexington and the community joined ...

Columns

Roark: Seek the stillness

By Steve Roark Columnist   I may be writing this for myself because I am a bona fide ...

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Bobcats close regular season with loss to McCreary Central

Bell County will enter this week’s 52nd District Tournament as the No. 1 seed after winning all six ...

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Lady Lions enter district tourney on four-game winning streak

Staff Report Rachel Howard pitched a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts as Pineville closed its regular season schedule Thursday ...

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SKCTC business professor retires after 33 years, will further sports writing career

Longtime educator Jamie Vaught understands the importance of timing. Following a career that spans three decades, the professor, ...

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SKCTC grad wins prestigious UK research opportunity

When 2020 SKCTC graduate Jamie Fee returned to take applied physics, she intended to apply it towards a ...

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HC coach says Perry, Noah will play well together

Mark Pope will have Kentucky’s all-time leading high school scorer — Travis Perry of Lyon County — and ...

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As early voting begins, use it or risk losing it, says Kentucky’s chief elections officer

By McKenna Horsley Kentucky Lantern As early voting began Thursday, one of the first to cast a ballot ...

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KDE Special Education receives high marks in audit

The Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) Office of Special Education and Early Learning (OSEEL) has successfully completed the ...

Features

‘Boy Kills World’ a relentlessly pulpy misfire

By Michael Compton Bowling Green Daily News A little bit of “Boy Kills World” goes a long way, ...

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Middlesboro Elks donate to ROHO Club

Middlesboro Lodge #119 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks recently made their annual donation to the ...

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Javelin Campbell has gone from unknown to top 400 player nationally

It didn’t take Simon Vanderpool long after he got to Western Hills High School to know he needed ...

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April unemployment rate in Kentucky at 4.6

Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary April 2024 unemployment rate was 4.6%, according to data released Thursday by the Kentucky ...

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Bell completes perfect mark against district competition in regular season

Staff Report Bell County went from winless to unbeaten in district competition over the course of one season, ...

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Kentucky finalizing ban on hunting feral swine in hopes of slowing their advance

By Liam Niemeyer Kentucky Lantern Because an “educated” pig is harder to track or trap, Kentucky is taking ...

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Five Star Hearing Center opens in Middlesboro

Five Star Hearing Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house on Friday as they officially opened their ...

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Fiscal Court approves payments for Flash Steelworks

The Bell County Fiscal Court approved several payments for work being done on the Flash Steelworks building at ...

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First Christian Church opens Youth Center

First Christian Church held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for their new Youth Center on Thursday. Pastor ...