"We continue to monitor multiple events that have occurred in our district over the last couple of weeks for possible outbreaks. We are encouraging anyone who was in attendance of Pendleton County's high school prom to be tested due to possible exposure," said Three Rivers District Health…
Don’t “cheers” just yet to a new law that would allow brewers, distillers and vintners to ship alcohol directly to consumers. It’s going to take time to implement, Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commissioner Allyson Taylor said while testifying before today’s meeting of the Interim Joint…
The Southeastern Conference announced Thursday an adjusted schedule for the 2020 football season. As a result, the start of the season has been delayed and Kentucky football will now play a 10-game schedule, all against SEC opponents, beginning on Sept. 26. A revised schedule for the 2020 SEC…
The Kentucky Baseball team has been honored by the American Baseball Coaches Association with its Team Academic Excellence Award for 2019-20, the organization announced. UK is one of just 68 schools in Division I and two in the Southeastern Conference to receive the distinction. The ABCA Team…
Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams gave a state legislative panel today an idea of how November’s general election might look amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “First, our primary election was a nationally-recognized success,” Adams said while testifying before the Interim Joint Committee…
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks today on the Senate floor regarding the HEALS Act: “When the Senate passed the CARES Act back in March, we were trying to prepare the nation for economic paralysis and the medical battle of the century at the same…
There have been no reported cases of coronavirus among the residents of Kentucky’s four veterans homes, according to testimony given to a state legislative panel today. “Since the declaration of the emergency in March, we have had seven staff test positive, two of which, after immediate retesting…
The COVID-19 pandemic may be taking a toll on more than just the physical health of thousands of Kentuckians. During a meeting of the Interim Joint Committee on Health, Welfare and Family Services yesterday, lawmakers expressed concerns about an increase in domestic violence incidents as well as…
Anna Mary Huffman, 50, of Falmouth, passed away July 18, 2020 at her home.       Survivors include her mother, Billy Jean Roth Huffman; children Eddie Huffman, Charlie Griess, Erica Huffman and Roxanne Broadway; brothers Wayne, Mike, Bobby, Jeff, Mickey, Frankie Huffman; and eight grandchildren…
    Ernest Clyde Collins 77, of Butler, passed away Saturday, July 25, 2020 at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Edgewood, KY. He was born in St. Charles (Leona Mines), VA on July 24, 1943, son of the late Ernest and Elizabeth Allen Collins.      Ernie worked as an optician for 50 years, was member of…
    James “Jim” Kenneth Johnson, 41, of Houston, TX (formerly of Pendleton Co.) passed away Tuesday, July 14, 2020. He was born in Covington, KY on February 20, 1979, son of the late Kenneth E. and Doris Hornsby Johnson.     Jim was a graduate of Pendleton Co. High School. He worked construction in…
The Southeastern Conference announced Thursday an adjusted schedule for the 2020 football season.…
District 2 Magistrate Josh Plummer has spearheaded a petition over the past months to bring to the…
Governor Andy Beshear made it clear on Sunday that he "would not let Kentucky become" a hot spot…
"We continue to monitor multiple events that have occurred in our district over the last couple of weeks for possible outbreaks.
Don’t “cheers” just yet to a new law that would allow brewers, distillers and vintners to ship alcohol directly to consumers. It’s going to take time to…
Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams gave a state legislative panel today an idea of how November’s general election might look amid the ongoing COVID-19…
There have been no reported cases of coronavirus among the residents of Kentucky’s four veterans homes, according to testimony given to a state legislative…
    When Philip Sharp Middle School was still nearly brand new, some of the faculty thought it might be nice to have a trail that could be used as an outdoor…
A resigned Wool Fest committee made the only choice that realistically stood in front of them and voted unanimously to cancel the 2020 Wool Fest. The group…
I have serious concerns about the Governor’s mandate requiring wearing masks in certain public settings. While I take public health very seriously, Governor…
The Kentucky Baseball team has been honored by the American Baseball Coaches Association with its Team Academic Excellence Award for 2019-20, the organization…
Kentucky high school student-athletes and coaches have a start date. Commissioner Julian Tackett started his portion of the meeting quoting a Dr. Eli Capuloto…
Student-athletes from six University of Kentucky teams – football, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s basketball, and swimming and diving – have…
Anna Mary Huffman, 50, of Falmouth, passed away July 18, 2020 at her home.       Survivors include her mother, Billy Jean Roth Huffman; children Eddie Huffman…
    Ernest Clyde Collins 77, of Butler, passed away Saturday, July 25, 2020 at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Edgewood, KY. He was born in St. Charles (Leona…
    James “Jim” Kenneth Johnson, 41, of Houston, TX (formerly of Pendleton Co.) passed away Tuesday, July 14, 2020. He was born in Covington, KY on February 20…