On Thursday October 14th, 2021, the Lee County Fiscal Court held their regular monthly meeting at Happy Top pavilion. All magistrates were in attendance.
“Our 3rd graders had a warm-up activity where they learned about the upcoming Woolly Worm Festival, including learning about Woolly Worms and their weather predictions. Students drew their own Woolly Worms and made their own predictions about the upcoming winter.”
Drivers who use KY 52 in Lee County on Hatton Holler Hill between Beattyville and Irvine will have to find an alternate route beginning Monday, Oct. 18. The road will be closed at milepoint 4.2 through Friday, Oct. 22, for replacement of a drainage structure.
After cancelling the 2020 festival due to the pandemic, the 2021 Woolly Worm Festival will be held this year on October 22nd through the 24th in downtown Beattyville.
The Kentucky Office of Rural Health (KORH) is accepting applications for its annual Kentucky EMS Leadership Academy, which begins in January 2022. The academy, which runs from January through June, is designed to provide emergency medical services (EMS) professionals with the knowledge a…
Drivers who use KY 715 between Zachariah and Rogers in Wolfe County will need to find an alternate route on Saturday, Nov. 6. The highway will be closed at milepoint 1.6 for replacement of a drainage pipe. This location is just north of Jim Smith Road.
JACKSON, Ky. – Drivers who use KY 52 in Lee County on Hatton Holler Hill between Beattyville and Irvine will have to find an alternate route beginning Monday, Oct. 18. The road will be closed at milepoint 4.2 through Friday, Oct. 22, for replacement of a drainage structure. The project loca…
A brief information session is being offered online for potential new Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sponsors in Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2021, from 12:30 to 1 p.m. EST. A general overview of the program will be provided by Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) SFSP staff, and those who atte…
Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) in partnership with county Farm Bureaus recently announced that they have awarded a record-setting $673,050 in scholarship money to 513 students from across the Commonwealth.