On Saturday, August 10, community members gathered to celebrate the grand opening of a new recovery center, the Rebound Center, in Perry County. The event provided guests with food, games, speakers, music and a chance to win prizes.
From Friday, Aug. 9 through Sunday, Aug. 11, The Way held “Ignite 2.0,” a three-day revival event, on top of the parking structure in downtown Hazard featuring food, live music and worship led by four churches of different denominations.
Pathfinders of Perry County have been at work for more than a year developing recreational trails in the Perry County Park. That work paid off this week when Hazard and Perry County were designated as the 20th Kentucky Trail Town by the Kentucky Office of Adventure Tourism.
With the recent return to school, many organizations and businesses have been pitching in to make sure all Hazard and Perry County students have everything they need to be successful. To do their part, the staff at Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky held their 15th annual Fun Fest on Aug. 9.
On Aug. 6, city and county officials gathered at Hazard City Hall to celebrate the graduation of Hazard Civic Fellows Stacie Fugate, Hannah Collett and Samantha Turner from their summer intern program. During the ceremony, the three were also named Duchesses of Hazard.
This summer, The Kentucky Center hosted more than 250 eager, young artists from every region of the commonwealth, as The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) took place at The University of Kentucky from June 23 to July 13.
HAZARD – Following an alignment move from the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, Perry County Central is poised to compete in Class 4A, District 8.
HARROGATE, Tenn. - Hazard High School graduate Devin Morris concluded his freshman season with the Lincoln Memorial University baseball team in the spring.