Filing deadlines have closed and voters will see a few new faces in city and county offices following the Nov. 6 general election.
Two events by the new Kuttawa Tourism Commission are in the works for this year.
Children and parents in the Princeton area are invited to Trice Hughes on Aug. 25 to help promote children’s safety.
Administrative changes have taken place in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, as three members have been appointed as associate deans. Retirements and other transitions led to the positions being vacated.
When the Tigers look back on their season opener at Christian County, they’ll see several missed opportunities that ultimately cost them a chance at a season-opening victory.
Emma Talley hit 16 of 18 greens, missed just one fairway and seem to have birdie putts inside 15 feet — and often 10 feet — all day during the opening round of the Indy Women in Tech Championship at the Brickyard Crossing on Thursday.
The Caldwell County volleyball team had little trouble pushing its record to 3-0 on the season Thursday night, rolling to a 3-0 triumph at Webster County.
The Caldwell County Lady Tiger soccer team picked up its first win of the season Thursday night on the road, picking up a 2-1 victory at Owensboro Apollo.
The Caldwell County softball team for middle school players saw its first action this past Tuesday at the Ratliff Park Complex.
In last week’s column, I offered a brief biography of R.E. Butler, whose name graces the current headquarters of the Caldwell County Board of Education, the Butler Building at the west end of downtown Princeton.
As a people who brim with pride for our state, each year Kentuckians of all backgrounds have an opportunity to embrace one of the Commonwealth’s time-honored traditions: the Kentucky State Fair.
When it comes to the tragic shootings in the schools of America, we have confused the issue. We do not have a gun problem, we have a kid problem.
Back to school. I remember the days. Not the very beginning, mind you. Sure, there are moments I remember from daycare, or preschool, depending on your interpretation. The girl who always brought a Five Alive juice box, the hard plastic cots we were supposed to take naps in. Music time, when…