Jackson County Extension Office Hosts “Holiday Ideas.”
The remnants of Hurricane Ida are expected to bring heavy rain to eastern Kentucky. Totals over 36 hours are expected to range between 2 and 4 inches, with locally higher amounts possible, and could result in flash flooding at times. Stay tuned to forecast updates for the latest information.
Due to the high number of cases in our district, it may take up to 48-72 hours for our staff to follow up with you. If you tested positive for COVID-19, please DO NOT WAIT for a call to isolate. If you were in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 AND are NOT vaccinated…
Join Dr. Jon Endonino to learn more about Jackson County's and Kentucky's Rock Shelters and their importance to understanding the rich cultural heritage they represent.
Drug-overdose deaths in Kentucky rose 49% in 2020, according to the state's latest annual report.
The pandemic continued to accelerate in Kentucky Tuesday, as the state reported 1,803 new cases of the coronavirus, the most in one day since Feb. 11. That raised the seven-day rolling average to 1,470 cases per day; six weeks ago it was only 175. The average is doubling every 11 days.
Kentucky Secretary of State Adams was planning a trip to McKee on Thursday, August 05th to conduct a public meeting to discuss the new election law in Kentucky.
This afternoon (Aug 04, 2021) the following announcement was provided by the Jackson County Public Schools Superintendent's Office: