News

COVID-19 denial making doctors’ jobs harder

Healthcare workers “are growing weary of Covid-19 denial and misinformation that have made it exasperating to treat unvaccinated ...

News

Fall Frolic 5K returns

For those looking for an activity involving physical fitness this month, the Bell County Extension Office is offering ...

News

KSP investigate Bell County shooting

News release On October 9, 2021 at 6:15 p.m. Kentucky State Police, Post 10 Harlan received a call ...

News

KSP Investigates officer involved shooting

News Release The Kentucky State Police (KSP) has been requested by Middlesboro Police Department to investigate an officer-involved ...

News

Bell County reports 21 new COVID cases

Bell County reported 21 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, with no new deaths reported in the county since ...

News

Pineville man charged with theft, meth possession

A Pineville man as facing charges including theft and possession of methamphetamine after allegedly being found in possession ...

News

Veterans Day parade set for Nov. 6

The city of Middlesboro is looking forward to its first Veterans Day Parade in some time, with the ...

News

State positivity rate below 10 percent

Kentucky’s positivity rate dropped below 10 percent on Monday. According to the state’s website at kentucky.gov, Gov. Andy ...

News

Safety checkpoint results in arrest

A Middlesboro woman is facing drug charges after allegedly being found in possession of methamphetamine at a safety ...

News

Kentuckians can renew licenses with mail-in program

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet launched a permanent service on Friday to expand options for Kentuckians to renew their ...

< Newer|Older >