As compassionate human beings, we tend to look for ways to make other people happy, or make life in general better for those around us — our families and our communities.
“Turn Around, Don’t Drown” has long been a mantra of emergency and transportation officials whenever heavy rainfall creates flood conditions in the area.
If you’re looking for the fast lane to get into the Christmas spirit, this weekend will have everything you’re looking for, and you won’t even have to cross the county line.
There’s been a lot of discussion about how the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are moving Kentucky education forward.
Politics often presents false choices to shore up partisan support on an issue. Drawing lines, creating sides and casting roles in a debate often distorts the actual issue. While some would say that is the case with right-to-work, Americans for Prosperity Kentucky wanted to understand how Ke…
Western Kentucky has always honored its veterans. That’s what Mrs. Wanda Walker of our community said to me last week. Mrs. Walker asked that our paper share the story of one of western Kentucky’s native sons who passed away last month in Dearborn, Mich., so that this community, her hometown…
Our past two Saturday columns centering on the story of Princeton’s most legendary hobo, Thomas “Peg Leg” Locke, have spawned memories for many who recall the splash Peg Leg made in the newspapers in late 1961 and early 1962.