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Digital divide means Ky. kids risk falling behind

Risks grow as pandemic limits in-person instruction By Nadia Ramlagan Public News Service More than 1 in 3 students of color in the Commonwealth, and ... Read more

4 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Bake-A-Long club keeps 4-H’ers in the kitchen during pandemic

Club provides return to normalcy, everyday life By Katie Pratt University of Kentucky A University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service club is keeping young people ... Read more

4 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Council talks foot patrols, vehicle appearance

The Middlesboro City Council touched on a variety of city business during a recent meeting, including the appearance of city vehicles and the possibility of ... Read more

4 hours ago by joeasher.

Magic City Lights starts Saturday

Light’em up, Middlesboro! Magic City Lights is coming to brighten up the Christmas season from Dec. 5 – Dec. 30. Middlesboro Parks and Recreation Chairman ... Read more

10 hours ago by joeasher.

State parks offer discounts to veterans, active military

Kentucky State Parks Through the “USA Military Discount” program, Kentucky State Parks will offer current and former members of the armed forces lodging discounts. Those ... Read more

10 hours ago by Staff Reports.

‘We must take action’ says Beshear as COVID cases continue to climb

Gov. Andy Beshear said there was another Monday record for the number of new cases of the coronavirus in Kentucky. There were 2,135 new cases ... Read more

1 week ago by Tom Latek.

KU requesting more than 10% rate increase for customers

Kentucky Utilities customers will see an increase in their monthly bills by more than 10.5% in 2021 if its rate increase proposal application that was ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Man, woman face rape charges 

A man is facing rape charges in two separate cases, and one case involves a woman who has also been charged with rape. Jeffrey Stevens, ... Read more

1 week ago by joeasher.

Governor asking houses of worship to stop indoor services for weeks

Gov. Andy Beshear is asking all religious leaders across the state to immediately suspend in-person services at their houses of worship for the next three ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Mark Maynard.

Former fireman found guilty of sex crimes 

A former Middlesboro city fireman was found guilty on charges of child pornography on Monday. Robert Christopher England, 35, was found guilty on four counts ... Read more

2 weeks ago by joeasher.

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