His voice has been compared to John Denver, his showmanship compared to Garrison Keillor; and on June 4, Michael Johnathon, the famed host of “Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour,” will take the stage for the 19th annual Pennington Festival.
A crash on Interstate 69 near Princeton Sunday morning injured a Henderson County woman, the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office reported.
City officials have indefinitely suspended a local club’s license to sell alcoholic beverages, a move due in part to the club’s lack of payment on a month’s worth of fees in 2015.
A major coal company’s pursuit of federal bankruptcy protection is not expected to have a significant impact on operations at the Prairie State Energy Campus, the Illinois coal plant in which the Princeton Electric Plant Board holds an ownership stake.
About two weeks ago, the U.S. Mint released a quarter featuring Cumberland Gap National Historical Park as part of its new “America the Beautiful” Quarters Program.
A disturbance complaint on Hopkinsville Street Saturday led to the arrests of two individuals on drug charges.
A Murray man was injured Monday night in a crash west of Kuttawa in Lyon County.
I must confess, when I first went to see this show, I took my daughter and we went with the full intent of making a joke out of it. Having grown up on ABBA music, I’d considered myself too hip to be a fan. But, as often happens, the joke was on me.
Shooters Supply of Eddyville opened in August 2014. We saw the opportunity to serve the area, which led to the opening of the new location. “The business wanted to reach people who didn’t have the opportunity to drive to its location in Paducah,” said owner Lynn McCutchen.
Kentucky drivers have an opportunity to support the state Alzheimer’s association and help raise awareness of the disease by purchasing a specialty license plate.
The Princeton/Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Picnic in the Park is scheduled Tuesday, May 10.
Caldwell County High School seniors will receive their caps and gowns for commencement on Friday, May 6, during lunch.
Forty-four cases were on the calendar Monday, April 25, when Judge Jill Clark took the bench for this session of District Court.
County school board members approved a plan this week keeping local students’ last day of school as Friday, May 20.
A proposed plan for long-term energy efficiency projects was presented this week to city and county leaders by a University of Kentucky consultant.
Project Graduation for Caldwell County’s graduating seniors is one month away and organizers are hoping donations keep coming in until the May 2 deadline.
The U.S. Marshals Service has received several phone calls from residents who have received phone calls from a person stating they are a U.S. Marshal and threating arrest if a “fine” is not paid.
Cuts in state funding in the year ahead could have a significant impact on operations at the Caldwell County Jail, county officials learned this week.
Kevin McClearn, chief district engineer for the District 2 office of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) Department of Highways is retiring effective Friday, April 29.
Finance and Administration Secretary William M. Landrum III Thursday announced the appointment of Kenneth F. Bohac as the Finance Cabinet’s Inspector General, effective May 2. Bohac has a 21-year history with the U.S. Marshals Service, most recently serving as U.S. Marshal for Central District of Illinois.
Kentucky State Police (KSP) is partnering with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in a “Take Back” drug collection, a collaborative effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from home medicine cabinets.
Atmos Energy’s natural gas pipelines are damaged, on average, 235 times each year in Kentucky.
The Kentucky Department of Education recently announced it has secured a $100,000 grant to develop a detailed career-readiness action plan, an essential step to expanding economic opportunity for young people across our state.
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet launched a round of pavement striping in area counties this week.
La Grange Police have created an Internet purchase exchange location to ensure the safety of residents hoping to sell or buy items through arrangements made online.
A Princeton man was arrested Wednesday after a traffic stop by Princeton Police Department officers.
Four cases were on the calendar Thursday, April 21, when Judge James R. Redd III took the bench for this session of District Court.
Concerns with changes to trash pickup policies in the city are leading local officials to pursue a contract review with Freedom Waste Service executives.
Sections of two rural county highways are scheduled for resurfacing this year, state transportation officials announced to local magistrates Tuesday.
A newspaper delivery employee is being credited for helping rescue a Princeton woman from a burning car after a crash in the county Saturday morning.
A major facelift under way for the past two months at Princeton’s McDonald’s restaurant will be unveiled to the community this weekend.
Caldwell County Elementary School students are counting down to Earth Day, which is Friday, April 22.
Kentucky State Police are seeking the public’s assistance in gathering information on a burglary reported in Lyon County.
As midnight approached last Friday, the 2016 Regular Session of the General Assembly adjourned for the final time. House Bill 303, the Executive Branch Budget bill for the biennium, was passed and sent to the governor — as were a number of other bills, including the six-year road plan. With passage of HB-303, we avoided the prospect of a special session for the purpose of passing a state budget. I voted yes on HB-303.
The Caldwell County Democratic Convention was held Saturday, April 16, at the Caldwell County Courthouse.
Mildred E. Richardson
From an all-new backseat theater and seven-inch, full-color driver information display to easy-to-use touch screen and other services, one new minivan is the most technologically equipped vehicle of its kind. (NAPS)
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