The Bell Theater will soon be getting a fresh coat of paint to spruce up iconic parts of Pineville. The theater will also be renovated, with renovations being approved by the Kentucky Heritage Council to ensure the historic integrity of the...
Cumberland Gap has a new civic association interested in preserving the history of the town and its people.
HARROGATE, Tenn. — Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM) signed a memorandum of agreement on April 20 with Daemen College in Amherst, New York to offer an accelerated program that would allow students from Daemen...
Anthony Cloud|Daily NewsA bird stands perched on a power line as it waits to have a little afternoon snack.
HARROGATE, Tenn. — Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) will welcome George D. Kuh to deliver the commencement address on May 8 at 3 p.m. at Tex Turner Arena.
Tourism impact climbs in Ky., tops $13 billionFRANKFORT (AP) — Tourism's economic impact is up in Kentucky, and Gov. Steve Beshear says last year's total was more than $13 billion.
Construction to replace an antenna for KET station WKHA 35-Hazard begins May 6 and will take three to four weeks to complete.
Local author, artist and educator Larry D. Thacker, has a new chapbook of poetry to be released by Fishing Line Press of Georgetown, Ky. 'Memory Train' is a collection of poems that Thacker says is his continued dance with learning who he...
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During a Middlesboro ARH Lunch and Learn event on April 30, Jennifer Owens gave a presentation about fall proofing your home.
A new drug prevention initiative has been initiated in Lee County, Va. that will provide youth with another way to resist the peer pressures of experimenting with drugs.
24-hour lane closures on I-75 scheduled
CORBIN (AP) — The southern Kentucky town where Colonel Harland Sanders developed Kentucky Fried Chicken is honoring the man again later this year.A bronze statue of Sanders is scheduled to be unveiled in Corbin on Aug. 5.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Distractions — especially talking with passengers and using cellphones — play a far greater role in car crashes involving teen drivers than has been previously understood, according to compelling new evidence cited...
(Psalm 46:10) Who has not as a kid at one time or another gotten the wind knocked out of them. I remember a day at the playground. I was swinging and the chain on the swing broke. I was slung out of the sit and slammed back first on to the ground.
Before the invention of the printing press, the Bible had to be copied by hand. That's no easy task considering the length of it! The scribes and priests responsible for copying the text worked incredibly hard to provide manuscripts that could...
The following individuals were recently lodged in the Bell County Detention Center:• Jerry Lee Adkins, 49, of Middlesboro, contempt of court;
A Bell County Grand Jury has been busy the past few weeks as it pertains to handing down drug-related indictments. Recently, the grand jury indicted 27 individuals on various drug charges.
Middlesboro resident Dirk Wiley has an affinity for the outdoors that has been reflected through his life and work with the National Park Service, Boy Scouts, Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, Pine Mountain Reading Camp and...
Police arrested a Middlesboro married couple last weekend after they allegedly manufactured and sold methamphetamine.
William S. Tribell | Daily News Local artist Bill Sturdivant shows Fullbright Scholar Kateryna Goncharova one of his paintings on display at the Bell County Tourism Office within the Alexander Arthur Museum.
DEWITT — Kentucky State Police Trooper Jason Partin has arrested a school bus driver after two students allegedly brought handguns to school Thursday morning.
Charles Ed Owens walked into Bell Circuit Court on Tuesday to receive his final sentencing from Circuit Judge Robert Costanzo. He was sentenced to a total of 20 years in prison.
Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Burton is relatively new to police work, having spent several years working in the coal mines before moving into law enforcement.
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