The panel of speakers at Tuesday’s Pineville Community Hospital event included from left, Pineville Mayor Scott Madon, Bell County Judge Executive Albey Brock, U.S. Congressman Hal Rogers, U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell and First State Bank president Katherine Reese.
Mayor Rick Nelson, joined by members of the Middlesboro City Council and the Middlesboro Police Department, accepted a plaque from USDA Rural Development Kentucky State Director Hilda Legg as a $50,000 grant to improve essential community services was announced.
Tuesday was a big day for Pineville and Bell County as federal and state leaders visited several locations where their dollars are being used to help with improvements.
Pineville High School will be holding their 2020-21 Football Homecoming Friday night during the Mountain Lions' game against Williamsburg.This year's homecoming queen candiates and attendants are as follows:FreshmenKaylee Barlow- CandidateKadyn Wells- AttendantAva Gambrell- Attendant
The state has reached a settlement about funding between two school districts that one of the districts said was key to its “continued existence.”
The Pineville Kiwanis Club has been around for years and on Saturday, October 17 they will celebrate 35 years of their biggest fundraiser, the Annual Reverse Raffle.
The Bell County Board of Education will convene in a Special Called Meeting Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 3:00p.m. at the Bell County Administration Building, Pineville, Kentucky.
The Bell County Middle School football team took time during their 8th Grade Night celebration to honor P.J. Burnett. Burnett is the KSP Post 10 Commander, a BCHS graduate, and has helped coach youth and middle school football, as well as basketball and Little League baseball for the Bell Co…