More than 90 farmers and agriculture specialists from six counties attended the corn and bean field day on Thursday, Aug. 15, at Dunbar Farms near Fredonia.
On Aug. 3, Highland Baptist Church hosted its ninth Youth Challenge Mission Rally. There were approximately 250 youth and adults in attendance.
High school students from across the state recently came to the University of Kentucky Research and Education Center in Princeton to test their knowledge of agronomy during UK's first High School Crop Scouting Competition.
The Fredonia Valley Riding Club held its Buckle Series on Saturday, Aug. 10. Riders participated in pole bending and barrel racing.
The Princeton City Council approved the Tourism Committee's funding request at the second meeting of the month on Monday, Aug. 19.
During the late February national football signing period Kentucky added only one player -- Pennsylvania cornerback M.J. Devonshire. Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said then that Devonshire had "great size, great speed" with the versatility to play either offense or defense.
The Lyon County Post 68 American Legion squad (9-4) would have to wait another day to see their 10th win of the season after a 4-1 loss to Tupelo and a 14-1 defeat to Gonzalez, Louisiana, on Friday, but they had some early fireworks on the 4th of July with a 14-3 Thursday afternoon win over …
Lyon County's Brayden Trice (left) and Jacob Peek (right) pose with their first place summer championship trophy. Trice and Peek played in the 14U World Series in Hendersonville, Tennessee, for the champion West Kentucky Velo. They will be incoming freshmen on the high school Lyon baseball t…
Kentucky's farmers are among the best in the world. It's no surprise agriculture leaders from around the country are looking to the Bluegrass State and our prospering hemp industry. Right now, hemp is growing in 101 of our 120 counties and $100 million worth of Kentucky grown and processed h…
About five years ago, Mr. Ricky Hillgard became a volunteer at the Rest Home in Princeton Health Rehab.
Semple Elementary first-grade teacher Christina Carter read a story to her class about a child who faced stressful events every day, making it hard to focus at school. After the story, she gave her students a prompt - if Ms. Carter only knew. Some of the responses were eye-opening.
Daylight saving time does not save any daylight. There's the same amount no matter what the clock says.
Editor's Note: The ads on the back of the flag page which ran in The Princeton Times Leader on June 29, 2019 were printed sideways (not upside down) for ease of readership when flipping through the pages of the edition. This is a universally-followed format for designing a newspaper for the …