At its regular meeting Monday night, the Kuttawa City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance establishing the 2018 property tax rates, and also revealed new details about the ongoing investigation into the Kuttawa City Clerk's office.
The credential Kentuckians rely on most to verify their identities will undergo major upgrades in 2019 to enhance security and to keep travelers on the move.
To help raise awareness for Suicide Prevention Month in September, Mercy Health will host a training session to help educate people on how to help save a life from suicide.
On Friday, Andrew Bowman, great-grandson of Medal of Honor recipient and Lyon County native Andrew Jackson Smith, made the trip from Indianapolis with daughter Catherine Bowman Jones to visit his grandfather's memorial at the Lyon County Judicial Center's Veterans Plaza.
Current and new students at West Kentucky Community and Technical College can enroll in a new scholarship program to help them earn an associate degree faster and save money.
Nearly every adult who grew up in Eddyville has a Founder's Day story or two, whether you remember spinning on carnival rides until you were dizzy, clamoring for good position on the crowded streets so you could catch the best candy during the parade, or watching your parents two-step across…
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