Randy Frazier has resigned as the head coach of the Pineville Mountain Lion football team, but will be staying on as defensive coordinator. Replacing him as head coach is Jason Chappell, who spent last season as the team’s offensive coordinator.
The Upper Cumberland Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky, is proud to announce the nomination and appointment of its newest board member, Colby Slusher.
On Thursday night January 14, 2021 at approximately 9:25 pm Middlesboro Police responded to an incident that initially started at the parking lot of Village Square Mall in regard to a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
WILLIAMSBURG — The Pineville Lady Lions are the 2021 13th Region All ‘A’ Champions. After leading by as many as 18 points, the Lady Lions held off Jackson County for a 58-50 win in Friday’s championship game.
The Food Club brand has come to Pineville! Long’s Pic-Pac now offers this brand as a part of their family of store brands.
Eight-year-old Cayden Banks is starting to make a name for himself in Motor Cross Cylcing. He has placed between first and fourth in several recent races and added to that total this past wekend in Lexington at the famed Lexington Horse Park in an indoor meet.
The Pineville City Council has passed the second reading of a new zoning ordinance that will prevent any drug or alcohol treatment clinics from operating in the downtown area. The measure was approved during a special called meeting on Thursday.
ARH is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of Cumberland Valley Medical Surgical Associates-Pineville. The clinic, which held its grand opening on Monday, is located at 302 Walnut Street.