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Beshear says security at Capitol increased for next several days

Announces Kentucky State Capitol grounds will be closed Sunday Gov. Andy Beshear announced heightened security measures around the Kentucky State Capitol grounds in Frankfort following ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

COVID vaccines: fact versus fiction

By Mallory Olson University of Kentucky Over the past year, a novel, highly contagious virus has spread across the world. Scientists and researchers have worked ... Read more

22 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Public Record Jan. 14, 2021

Public Record Property Transfers • Mollie Smith to Middlesboro Bell County Airport, property in Middlesboro • Shannon Beth and Anthony Scott to Kevin Scott and ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Bell asked to participate in regional CD project

The Claiborne County Commission has agreed to foot a slice of the estimated $10,000 pie in production costs to record regional music from the tri-state ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

Nearly 400 vaccinations given locally

As COVID-19 cases increase, the Bell County Health Department is working to vaccinate as many people as possible, approaching 400 vaccinations administered since the vaccines ... Read more

3 days ago by joeasher.

‘He had a heart of gold’ – Walter Overbay dies at 82

There are some who leave a long shadow when they leave us. Through his work in the community and simply by the way he treated ... Read more

3 days ago by joeasher.

Senate committee continues work on state budget

Budget bills for the three branches of Government in Kentucky continue to advance in the General Assembly, winning Senate committee approval on Tuesday. The Senate ... Read more

3 days ago by Tom Latek.

General Assembly acts to reopen stores, schools

The General Assembly gave final passage today to legislation relating to the reopening of Kentucky’s economy in response to the governor’s state of emergency intended ... Read more

7 days ago by Staff Reports.

Kentucky’s US attorneys say they will prosecute Capitol rioters

Kentucky U.S. attorneys both said they would prosecute individuals from the region who committed violent, criminal acts in the Capitol on Wednesday. U.S. Attorney Russell ... Read more

1 week ago by Mark Maynard.

Rogers sworn in for 21st consecutive term

U.S. Rep. Harold “Hal” Rogers (KY-05) was sworn into office for his 21st consecutive term representing Kentucky’s Fifth Congressional District. Forty years ago, Congressman Rogers ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

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