One Coal Mining Death In KY In 2018

One Coal Mining Death In KY In 2018 The U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration says coal-mining related deaths have reached a record low in Kentucky where a single miner died last year.The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the agency said Tuesday that there were 12 deaths at coal mines nationwide in 2018. Federal records and…

Pike County Federal Roadway Reopens

Pike County Federal Roadway Reopens Officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 12, say that U.S. 460 in Pike County is now back open after a rock slide on the roadway in Pike County slowed not only vehicle traffic but foot traffic, too. Local business owners saw a decrease as appointments were rescheduled and…

Honoring Local Law Enforcement

Honoring Local Law Enforcement In Hazard Sweet Frog workers recognized police for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Wednesday. Tiffany Watts, the operating manager, says their store could not pass up an opportunity to honor them with a frozen yogurt deal. To show their support, Sweet Frog offered local police 50 percent off of frozen…

Local Bible Camp Needs Funding To Continue

Local Bible Camp Needs Funding To Continue Twin Rocks Bible Camp in Perry County faces financial trouble which could cause a delay in an opening for the summer. Campers filled the Twin Rocks in 2018 but since then, replenishing the funds is difficult. “We operate completely on gifts,” Michael Barnett, the executive director said.…