Still Selling Girl Scout Cookies

Still Selling Girl Scout Cookies Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road usually finish their cookie-selling season by the end of March, but due to a winter full of challenges from the ongoing pandemic to ice and flooding, they’re extending that season until April 11th.According to organizers the girls still have 31-thousand boxes of cookies…

Edible Straws Making A Comeback

Edible Straws Making A Comeback The Kellogg’s edible straws are returning!!The Kellogg’s treat was so popular with ’90s kids, in fact, that a petition began circulating, along with pleas on social media, in an effort to bring back the Cereal Straws after they’d been off the market for 12 years.A Kellogg’s representative announced that…

Letcher County Flooding

Letcher County Flooding As Kentuckians build back after recent flooding, those efforts are slowing down as parts of Eastern Kentucky face flooding again.“Today is a mirror image of what happened March 1st especially in this situation right here on Kingdom Come Creek in Letcher County. The approach of the bridge … the water has…

Eastern KY Attorney Charged

Eastern KY Attorney Charged An Eastern Kentucky attorney accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from a settlement he was supposed to distribute to children of a man killed in a car wreck was indicted by a grand jury according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.In all, the grand jury indicted Elkhorn City’s Timothy Belcher…

KY COVID-19 Numbers Keep Shrinking

KY COVID-19 Numbers Keep Shrinking Governor Andy Beshear announced 361 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday as the Commonwealth saw its eleventh straight week of declining cases.There were eight new deaths. The state’s death toll now stands at 6,031.425,027 Kentuckians have tested positive across the state.The positivity rate jumped up slightly and currently sits at…

Clay County Flooding

Clay County Flooding What a wet mess! On Sunday, heavy rains caused bridges and some roads in Clay County to become covered in water.Clay County Judge-Executive Johnny Johnson says he received reports of flooding around 2:30 am Sunday.“Mainly in the upper end of the county, Big Creek, Goose Rock, Horse Creek area, down Sexton’s…