After several days of declining attendance, Lyon County Schools made the decision to close the doors last Friday in order to allow students and staff time to heal, and the schools to be sanitized.
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On Friday, Earnest Atwood Jr., 20, of Princeton was handed a 65-year sentence for the murder of Lisa Pace of Eddyville.
Only a few days after Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham retired, Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Christopher "Shea" Nickell announced he is running for the vacant seat in November's election.
Services for Wanda Lee Walker, 88, of Kuttawa, will be held Monday, Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. at Lakeland Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Eddyville with the Rev. Tim Alsup officiating. Burial will follow in Rolling Hills Cemetery in Eddyville.
Graveside services for Donald Clay Orange, 83, of Princeton, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15, at Cedar Hill Cemetery with the Rev. Mark Faughn officiating. Military honors will be held.
The Lyon County's basketball teams will be the No. 1 seeds at the Fifth District Basketball Tournaments that are set to start a week from Monday, Feb. 18 at Livingston Central.
If, as numerous rankings indicate, Kentucky is a physically unhealthy state, we may be an even unhealthier commonwealth when it comes to our public pension systems.
I'm of two minds when it comes to dealing with people older than me. On one hand I am a little wary of them, and on the other hand they incite envy and inspiration. Allow me to explain.