The public is invited to virtual town hall meetings this month to talk about mental health challenges for Kentucky families and children, including those that result in children being placed in foster care. Anyone with input on this topic is encouraged to attend one of the regional meetings …
Beth and Tony Vaughn, representing Vaughn's Auto Sales, Mountainview Wildlife Rehabilitation and Barnyard Boutique, hosted a free pet food drive giveaway on Saturday, May 27.
Earlier in May, Dr. Juli Gatling Book from the Office of Teaching and Learning visited the Hazard Campus and brought along virtual reality (VR) headsets.
Over the past few months, Perry County resident Bobby Brown, a veteran, has been working to clean up veteran graves throughout the community, make sure the graves have markers and document directions to the grave sites.
Trainers from the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh — Aly Toy and Jim Falba — recently visited the Hazard Challenger Learning Center to help train employees on a new outreach program for students.
Perry County Central High School graduate Jackson Morgan, a current resident of Knott County, has recently been accepted for an internship with the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
The 2023 Clark’s Pump-N-Shop KHSAA Baseball Tournament presented by UK HealthCare is going to look a little bit different this year.
Breathitt County scored a run in the bottom of the sixth to push the Bobcats past Perry Central 3-2 in the opening round of the 14th Region Tournament at Perry Central.
Kyra McAlarnis, Lauren Morris and Kaitlyn Grigsby all had big days at the plate in the opening round of the 14th Region Tournament at Lectcher Central against Powell County.
Hazard fell behind early and the Lady Bulldogs couldn’t get their offense going until it was too late.
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