GLASGOW — Jansen Dakin, a senior at Glasgow High School, may now fly a drone and make money off of it.
Horace placed an ad in a newspaper for men to work in his factory and was surprised that his advertisement produced more complaints than applicants. And furthermore, the complaints came from only irate women. They charged him with being a women hater for offering jobs only to men, which the angered women were quick to point out, was a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibited discrimination in employment because of sex.
GLASGOW – Tim Smiley was living up to his last name during Thursday's Glasgow Water and Sewer Commission meeting while he repeatedly placed his hands along the top edge of the wooden plaque representing the 2018 Microbial AWOP Champion Award sitting on the table in front of him as he explained its significance.
P.T. Barnum, a sideshow huckster from yesteryear, was reputed to have said: "You can fool some of the people some of the time but, you can't fool all the people all of the time", but President Donald Trump is certainly trying with some success. He would have the nation believe that he, alone, has managed to reduce unemployment to a figure that Marilyn Monroe would have admired and that the economy, since he took office, has taken off like a rocket.
GLAGSOW – After Dan Klein’s last chemotherapy treatment, he went to his family’s lake cottage in northern Michigan and sat at the end of that old dock a lot – and reflected.
GLASGOW — On. Dec. 31 2018, 19-year-old Leah Carter was swept away by flood waters when she attempted to cross the Earl and Larry Lyons Bridge over East Fork Creek near Gamaliel, and her body was later found on a river bank about five miles away.
Students filed into Alumni Coliseum Friday afternoon to add their names to the many ranks of Eastern Kentucky University Alumni for the 112th Spring Commencement ceremony. Friends and family watched as grads received their diplomas and were given warm wishes for their futures. Over the cours…
For some high school students, they don't have a clue what they want to do when they graduate, let alone where they want to go to college after they receive their diploma.
GLASGOW — When Laura Croghan first began student teaching at North Jackson Elementary, she knew within a week that becoming an educator was her calling.
PARK CITY — Jessica Bunton and her husband, Rob, are in the process of transforming a two-story historic home in Park City into a bed and breakfast they are calling the Kentucky Dragonfly.
BOWLING GREEN — The Kentucky State Police continue to investigate a shooting that occurred Tuesday night along Stinson Lane in Allen County near the Kentucky-Tennessee line.
Edna Mae suffered a mild malady and wasn't sure whether it was God or Dr. Jones who cured her, but it was De. Jones who submitted a bill. And, the bill he submitted, in Edna Mae's opinion, was a whopper. It was so outrageously high that she was piqued into picketing Dr. Jones' office with posters that accused Dr. Jones of charging excessive fees.
GLASGOW – The two women who educated roughly 30 local people about Casey's Law on Tuesday afternoon each had her own painful experience with family members' suffering with addiction, and one of them had used the Kentucky legislation to help her daughter survive it.
SECOND UPDATE: Deputies with the Allen County Sheriff's Office responded to 151 Stinson Road in Allen County near the Kentucky-Tennessee state line on Tuesday night, where they found a man in a yard near the driveway of the residence.
Madison County sheriff's deputies have charged 58-year-old Paul Downing in connection with Tuesday's deputy-involved shooting in Madison County.
MUNFORDVILLE — The Hart County woman accused of shooting her parents at their home on G. Shelton Road in northern Hart County in 2018 was sentenced Tuesday in Hart County Circuit Court.
GLASGOW – Last Thursday, Glasgow Police Department Chief Guy Howie hand-delivered a resignation letter to Mayor Harold Armstrong, but they decided to wait until Monday to announce it, Howie told the Glasgow Daily Times on Monday afternoon.
LAUREL COUNTY — A dead body was found in a creek about 1:30 p.m. Sunday and law enforcement believes it is that of a London man that had been missing since Wednesday.
This is one of my favorite times of year, and the events of the next few weeks are what make serving as president at Eastern Kentucky University especially gratifying and tremendously rewarding.
On Friday afternoon, Governor Matt Bevin said his team has met with Kentucky's quasi-governmental agencies and university to present a proposal to address "the growing financial burden created by Kentucky's looming pension crisis."
SCOTTSVILLE — Several motions were heard Friday in the Allen County Circuit Court case of Timothy Madden, the man accused in the death of 7-year-old Gabbi Doolin.
Former Ashland cardiologist Richard Paulus was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday and ordered to pay more than $1 million in restitution for convictions stemming from charges he performed unnecessary heart procedures as part of a healthcare fraud scheme in Eastern Kentucky.
When a masked man entered a local bar and grill, its patrons knew immediately, he wasn't the Lone Ranger. Brandishing a pair of six-shooters, the stranger announced a hold-up and directed the patrons in the bar and grill to empty their pocket. Actually, however, the two guns were unnecessary to carry out the caper. One whiff of the gunman's breath -- reeking from the odor of garlic -- was almost sufficient to hold anyone at bay.
A Pulaski County High School student who had a brush with death in a Wednesday afternoon stabbing at the school is not only on the mend, but he's home and says he's feeling fine.
For the last six years, Daniel Barstow of Richmond has relived the same experience at his birthday parties while waiting for his guests to arrive and has relived the same feeling of disappointment over and over when no one would show up.
CORBIN — Clara Finneseth has been playing soccer for nearly her entire life. She started playing competitively around age 8, and continues to play around the clock.
The reaction from the small group of people who had gathered in a meeting room at the Rosedale Apartments in Richmond came as a surprise to Neil Burns.
Omaha Beach was named the 4-1 morning-line favorite for Saturday’s 145th Kentucky Derby. Trained by Richard Mandella for Fox Hill Farms, Omaha Beach drew post position 12 for the 1-¼ mile race run under the historic twin spires of Churchill Downs.
The Explore Kentucky Initiative invites everyone to join them for their Bluegrass River Run, a part of Explore Kentucky Initiative’s Kentucky Waterman Series, on May 11. Registration closes this week on May 2.
GLASGOW — David A. Pons, the man accused in the homicide case of Christopher Walker, was scheduled to be arraigned on Monday afternoon in Barren District Court.
Richmond police arrested a man for attempted murder, first-degree assault, first-degree attempted fetal homicide and more following an investigation after it was reported shots had been fired in the area of East Main Street early Friday morning.
GLASGOW — The Barren County Republican Women's Club invited Rep. Steve Riley, R-Glasgow, to speak during its meeting Thursday along with two candidates seeking election as attorney general and one candidate for secretary of state.
GLASGOW – Differences over how and by whom a meeting agenda should be developed led the Glasgow Electric Plant Board's chair to draw a line in the sand at the board's meeting Tuesday, so the Glasgow Daily Times sought through an open records request copies of the emails that had apparently led to such exasperation.
- "A signal day" University Center of Southern Kentucky Schools revealed
- Voter interest is light for May 21 primary election
- McGinnis and Southwood are arrested on drug related charges
- Local grand jury indicts thirty-three individuals
- Members of Monticello Utility Commission agree to refinance $3 million in bonds
- Attorney will ask that charges be dropped against daycare worker
- Farm life
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- Pikeville receiver hopes to prove critics wrong just like UK linebacker Kash Daniel has
- Carter Morrow donates stuffed animals to Wayne County EMS personnel