September 13, 2017 RSS feed / News

Seven are sentenced

A Pistol City man has been sentenced to five years in prison on 26 charges related to a high-speed police chase in February, and two more charges related to a car theft. More...

Beshear: cuts care illegal

FRANKFORT  Kentucky’s Democratic attorney general says the Republican governor’s plan to cut state spending by more than 17 percent would be illegal, prompting a rebuke from Gov. More...

Tutorials for children with dyslexia planned

Is your child having diffi- culty learning to read? Is he/ she falling behind in their schoolwork because they cannot read and comprehend what they are reading? Is your child reading behind his grade level that may be causing low self-esteem? More...

Know about ‘sneezeweed?’

Points East

Don’t tell Sarah Culbreth, Jeff Enge or David Enge I said this, but if you are a wildflower lover, it’s well worth a long drive to visit their place of business, Tater Knob Pottery, this time of year, even if you don’t set foot insi More...

Traffic accidents on U.S. 23 worry Jenkins City Council

Possible irregularities on U.S. 23 near the first Jenkins exit from Virginia may be responsible for several recent wrecks, several of which have involved tractor trailers and closed the highway for several hours  More...

Kentucky Power donates $6,000 to pay for video touting Jenkins industrial site

The Appalachian Industrial Authority has received $ 6,000 from Kentucky Power Company to fund a drone marketing video of the Gateway Industrial Park in Jenkins.  More...