The Knox County Board of Education met in regular session at the Board of Education Annex Building on Monday, May 20.
Barbourville’s waterpark may be closed, but Kentucky State Park pools and beaches offer plenty of chances to soak up the sun this Memorial Day Weekend.
John E. Anderson, attorney at law and founder of the firm of Cole, Cole, Anderson & Newman, PSC, was inducted into the inaugural class of Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Hall of Fame during a ceremony hosted by the Kentucky Workers’ Compensation’s community of fellow attorneys and peers.
The Knox-Whitley Humane Association has undergone many changes over the last 10 years; its latest will be one of the biggest, as Director Deanna Myers has retired.
“People of Knox County are looking for a change,” said Judge Executive Mike Mitchell, referring to the ‘overwhelming response’ and success of Knox County’s first ever ‘Dumpster Days.’ Over the course of six weekends, the county provided free sites for residents to bring their extra trash.
Baptist Health Corbin’s Medical Staff is accepting applications for the BHC Medical Staff scholarship program. Deadline to submit application is June 30. Twelve $1,500.00 Scholarships will be given to Tri-County students. Please direct all questions to Donna Bishop or Jacqueline Osborne in t…
University of the Cumberlands has been named the safest college campus in Kentucky – fourth-safest in the nation – in a new report released by safety experts at Your Local Security.