The barking of dogs from the animal Shelter may not be as loud as
Wayne County has been added to this summer's Coach John Calipari Satellite Camp Tour, and registration is underway for the event, which is scheduled for Saturday, June 30 at the Rodney C. Woods Gymnasium.
An "on water" accident with no life threatening injuries occurred Saturday, June 16 on the main lake at the mouth of Wolf Creek. According to Sgt. Travis Neal with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, a Thunder Run participant's boat collided head-on with a spectator boat and on…
The Third Thursday on the Square concert series continues this week with music by popular local group Rust Bucket. The concert is set for Thursday, June 21 in downtown Monticello.
Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Officers worked a security detail Tuesday, June 5 for the filming of Top Chef on Lake Cumberland. Footage for the show was shot at Low Gap Island and all involved were shuttled in from Jamestown and State Dock.
The arrest of Daniel York in Pulaski County on Thursday, May 31 is the latest in a lurid saga that involves a messy marital split, alleged incest and the disappearance of York's wife.
At this point it is “wait and see” for officials who have worked hard to bring a new industry and jobs to Wayne County. The 250 jobs that were announced as part of Fitzgerald Industries move to Wayne County and the former Belden Plant could be in jeopardy, according to an article publish…
This Saturday, June 9 is the day and 10:30 a.m. is the time for Ready, Set, Wear It at Conley Bottom Resort. Locally, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Officers and the Corps of Engineers will use this fun filled educational boating safety event to prepare families for a safe summ…
Wayne County’s un-employment rate decreased by one percent from March to April, according to the latest figures released by the Kentucky Education and Workforce Develop-ment Cabinet.
“Find a need and meet it.” That’s advice that Jeff Focht and the congregation at Turning Point Church have been following, as they have worked for months to create the Jordan Crouch Memorial Youth Center.
Weather wise, we're about as close to summer as could possibly be—without June 21 actually being here. Of course, warmer weather alone creates more lake traffic, but Memorial Day Weekend, now only days away, will account for more visitors to the area and boaters on Lake Cumberland.
Bids for the first phase of the construction of the new Area Career and Technology Center were awarded during a special meeting of the Wayne County Board of Education held on Monday, May 14.
Next year's county budget will total $11.4 million, which includes $6.2 million in the general fund. The fiscal year 2019 budget, which had its first reading during a meeting on Thursday, May 10, will provide raises for some employees and increase the starting pay rate for new hires.
The man accused of taking a 15-year-old girl from a local foster home in March and disappearing apparently was involved in a court battle with his estranged wife in 2016, according to an article published recently in the Palm Beach Post.
Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts Mike Harmon released information last week in regard to a special examination of the Kentucky Fire Commission and the Kentucky Firefighters Foundation Program Fund (KFFPF). The examination resulted in six findings, according to Harmon's report.
Most people already know the story about the murder that occurred at the Denham Street Baptist Church in Somerset last August. Carolyn New, who cleaned the church, was killed in the activity center by Dwight Mitchell Bell, a native of Wayne County.
The lineup for this year's Third Thursday concert series includes a lot of fan favorites, as local and area talent are being highlighted throughout the summer.