A U.S. Army colonel with Princeton roots is taking a new military role back in the Bluegrass State.
Efforts to preserve western Kentucky’s estimated billion dollar fishing industry received a boost last week from federal lawmakers. Now, local residents can make their voices heard.
Repairing pieces of local history is underway at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Area residents could soon benefit from chemical growth regulators tested along Lyon County highways this year.
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public engagement for environmental education and recreation planning at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
After two rounds of play at the Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I, Princeton’s Emma Talley remained near the top of the leaderboard.
Caldwell County Youth Inc. football signups will open online starting Monday, July 23.
The Princeton Golf Club is organizing a one-day couples scramble for Saturday, Aug. 11.
Former Kentucky linebacker Eli Brown will be available to compete immediately at Western Kentucky University, the school announced on Friday. Brown received a waiver from the NCAA allowing him to play this season rather than sit out a full year. He will have two years of eligibility remaining.
I recently devoted some column space to Mabel Stark, a woman born Mary Haynie in southern Caldwell County in the late 19th century who went on to become renowned as a tiger and big cat trainer, achieving national fame in the circus and film industries during a career that spanned five decades.
While I don’t know about you and yours, at our home we laugh a lot and just have fun doing things together as a husband-and-wife team. There is always something exciting happening, and we have events come along quite often that help to keep our sanity and our perspective. This makes life tru…
I’ve mentioned before that we were always a newspaper family. Growing up, I ate my Cream of Wheat before school in the company of the morning paper, either the Louisville Courier-Journal or the Evansville Courier, later the Paducah Sun. But whatever the paper, we could always count on going …
In an opinion piece for The New York Times Monday, Yale Law School Prof. Akhil Reed Amar praised President Donald Trum’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be the next justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.