WHITLEY COUNTY — A Corbin man accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend in May before fleeing the scene and eluding police for more than a month was indicted Monday by a Whitley County grand jury.

GLASGOW — By the end of the calendar year, the Barren River District Health Department will no longer be partnering with school districts in its eight-county service area to provide school health programs. 

Herman, a religious businessman, didn't believe that being a successful businessman and being religious were incompatible. Consequently, in business, he turned right and proceeded straight forward while amassing a small fortune along the way, which in his will, he left to a charitable trust. The purpose of the trust was to conduct scientific research as to the existence of the soul which leaves the body upon death.

Kentucky's farmers are among the best in the world. It's no surprise agriculture leaders from around the country are looking to the Bluegrass State and our prospering hemp industry. Right now, hemp is growing in 101 of our 120 counties and $100 million worth of Kentucky grown and processed hemp products are expected to be sold this year alone.

GLASGOW – The observation that Barren County has some things most places in the commonwealth don't was made Wednesday by Josh Benton, deputy secretary for workforce development in the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

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With only eight months under their belts, new Richmond Mayor Robert Blythe and the city commission have checked one task off their priority list by approving the purchase of the property on Brighton Avenue to become Richmond's new senior center.

Somerset and Louisville have a difference of about 750,000 people, give or take, several museums, galleries and concert venues, and exactly one gigantic baseball bat.

Widening of Ky. 461 to four lanes to near Buck Creek as part of the proposed cloverleaf exchange project at the Ky. 80-461 interchange will not involve delaying environmental studies as did the existing bridge over Buck Creek when Ky. 461 was straighten during the 1970s.

This Saturday, the city of Somerset will host the second installment of what was, in May, only an experimental food truck festival. Somerset presents Streets and Eats as a follow-up to the Foodstock spring event.

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LOUISVILLE Former Daily Independent reporter Carrie Stambaugh has paddled her eight-foot yellow kayak on rivers and tributaries across Kentucky.

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RACELAND Walking through the new middle school under construction in the Raceland-Worthington district Monday, board members looked at concrete block walls and unfinished sheetrock and saw a 10-year vision three months from completion.

State Budget Director John Chilton said Kentucky's tax collections in July increased nearly $15 million from last year.

I made my way across West 2nd Street last Sunday carrying a box of flip flops. A small crowd of on lookers stood outside of a seedy motel starring. Our church had just concluded a worship service and community missional event, and the folks across the street chose not to attend. Since I’m equal parts stubborn and determined, I made up my mind, and I picked up the box and made my way over to them.

A lot of residents in Madison County like going to their farmers markets to support and buy local, and with the help of the Double Dollars program, access to market goods are made easily available to those using federal food programs such as SNAP, WIC and Senior nutrition benefits.

MANCHESTER — Offering solutions to the state – and national — drug addiction problem was the focus of state and national leaders as Vice President Mike Pence announced a $400 million allocation of federal grant money to solving the drug epidemic nationwide and $10 million of that coming to Kentucky.

MANCHESTER — Offering solutions to the state – and national — drug addiction problem was the focus of state and national leaders as Vice President Mike Pence announced a $400 million allocation of federal grant money to solving the drug problem nationwide and $10 million of that coming to Kentucky.

GLASGOW — A video for a song that appears on Black Stone Cherry's latest album, “Family Tree,” has been getting an overwhelming response since it was picked up by CMT in late June. 

GLASGOW – Glasgow High School graduate Aaron Flener credits his family for sparking his interest in golf and for supporting his passion for the game.

CATLETTSBURG The Boyd County Fiscal Court approved the first reading of a new ordinance on Monday that would establish a Boyd County tourist and convention commission, ending a tourism partnership between the county and the city of Ashland.

GLASGOW — Adam Doleac, a country recording artist, will perform during the Groove and Glow Fest, a hot air balloon festival set for Sept. 21 at the Glasgow Municipal Airport along Happy Valley Road. 

Two cardiologists named in lawsuits for performing alleged "unnecessary procedures" are now suing a television corporation for broadcasting the claims against them in a 2018 special show.

In mid-July, Gov. Matt Bevin called a special session to address the crippling pension crisis, which left many quasi-government agencies and the state's regional universities, including Eastern Kentucky University, wondering if it would be another repeat of House Bill 358.

As of Aug. 1, 40 people are enrolled in the home incarceration program (HIC), which according to Madison County Jailer Steve Tussey, saves the county jail around $1,000 a day.

GLASGOW — Sheri Donahue, Democratic candidate for state auditor, made a stop at the Fine Arts Bistro on Thursday where she talked about her desire to protect taxpayer dollars.

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