On April 9, Gov. Andy Beshear announced the appointment of Col. Phillip Burnett Jr. as commissioner of the Kentucky State Police (KSP).
The redbuds are blooming and the spring peepers can be heard across the Bluegrass, meaning springtime in Kentucky is upon us, and so is another highly anticipated season of wild turkey hunting.
The Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Board of Trustees announced April 12 that Hollie Harris Phillips will be the health system’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Pre-school registration times have been set for the Perry County School District. Pre-school registration events, said school officials, will be held at local Perry County schools on Monday, April 26 and Monday, May 3. Parents and guardians and asked to please contact your local school to ma…
Two Hazard men were publicly named this week as being charged as part of a federal drug trafficking conspiracy case that has already resulted in six other Perry County residents and a Shelby County man being indicted.
In an effort to raise awareness of these issues and promote Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Kentucky River Child Advocacy Center, known as Care Cottage, is holding different activities throughout the month of April. These efforts, said officials with the Care Cottage, are critical especial…
Hazard was held scoreless until its final at-bat as home standing Knott Central prevailed 7-1 in the 14th Region All “A” Classic on Monday, April 12.
EASTERN — Perry Central overcame an early deficit to pull away to defeat homestanding Floyd Central 9-3 in a high school baseball game on Friday, April 9.
HAZARD — Letcher Central held on to edge Perry Central 48-47 in the opening round of the 14th Region Girls’ Basketball Tournament Semifinals at John C. Combs Arena on Friday, March 26.
JACKSON — Hazard’s latest postseason run ended in the 14th Region title game. Determined Knott Central knocked off Hazard 65-56 in the 14th Region Boys’ Basketball Tournament Championship Game at Breathitt County High School on Wednesday, March 24.