On Jan. 13, the Food and Faith Coalition, along with the Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge, met for a virtual Food and Faith Summit to reflect on the work done in 2021 and look ahead to their plans for the coming year.
On Monday, Jan. 17, community members celebrated two virtual Martin Luther King Jr. Day events. The Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC) held one event and the Southeastern Kentucky African-American Museum and Cultural Center (SEKY-AAMCC) held the other event.
Officials with the Kentucky River District Health Department have reported seeing a large increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Perry County. The increase, said KRDHD officials, is expected to continue, however, people are encouraged to get vaccinated and practice recommended guidelines.
Officials with the Kentucky State Police Post 13 said that the search for a missing Perry County man has ended with the man being found dead, while the search for his daughter continues.
On Jan. 12, Viper Elementary School staff and students celebrated the opening of the school’s new Inchy the Bookworm Vending Machine, the first in Perry County. The book machine, said school officials, will be used to reward students in the MTTS/ABRI program, and is hoped to promote positive…
HINDMAN — Hazard came up short as Breathitt County prevailed 64-58 in the 14th Region All “A” Classic boys’ basketball tournament title game at Knott Central High School on Sunday, Jan. 9.