Groundbreaking held for new hotel at site of Best Western fire

While the developers of a new hotel in Somerset may be named after a thoroughbred horse, in this instance it...
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KCTCS President Dr. Ryan Quarles visits SCC

As a part of his 16-college “Focus on the Future” tour, KCTCS President Dr. Ryan Quarles visited Somerset Community College...
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Somerset’s Garrett honored at groundbreaking for Habitat for Humanity Veterans Village

"As it turns out, it takes a village to build a village."
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Janice Smith sworn in as Pulaski Circuit Court Clerk

Pulaski County officially has a new Circuit Court Clerk.
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CEO Roundtable helps young entrepreneurs learn from Pulaski’s best in biz

On Thursday night, one bold youngster asked a poignant question of a number of the community’s most accomplished business leaders:...
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Students learn the secret to success during Work Ethic Seal luncheon

A group gathered Thursday at the Center for Rural Development to celebrate the fortitude and hard work of a noble...
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Marking history: Early Burnside business owner’s burial site gets long-awaited stone

A Burnside business pioneer from days long ago is buried in the Somerset City Cemetery — though one wouldn't know...
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Somerset city Spring Cleanup takes place next week

Sweep your cares away – or at least your unwanted stuff – as the City of Somerset will be holding...
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Kite Fest soars again Sunday at Firebrook Park

The phrase "go fly a kite" has been used as a dismissive statement. At southern Pulaski's Firebrook Park, it's a...
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For SCC, ‘Going Pro’ signing showcases academic, workforce accomplishments

Signing day for a student is an experience – knowing that you get to be a part of a team...
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Monticello man arrested on drug-related charges

A Monticello man was taken into custody on drug-related charges following a traffic stop.
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Proposed project presented as a ‘win-win’ to County

What seemed to be a ‘win-win’ project for the county (and city), did draw some opposition from at least two...
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Local hoops great Hanson, radio’s Glover bounce ideas on life after Calipari at UK

Few people know the pressure cooker that is coaching basketball at the University of Kentucky quite as well as Reggie...
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Somerset Council passes resolution that sees city remain over EMS

The question of how to help an underfunded Somerset-Pulaski EMS may be nearing an answer, as Somerset City Council passed...
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Interest in eclipse overtakes Pulaski community on Monday afternoon

Around 3 p.m. Monday, downtown Somerset denizens started popping out of office buildings and storefronts, looking up at the sky...
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‘Remarkable Woman’ finalist Brenda Russell thankful for contest support

Brenda Russell may not have been named Fox56’s Remarkable Woman of South Central Kentucky, but her gratitude and wonderment at...
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Community sees more than 50 enlist in U.S. military

For young adults who have their lives waiting before them, the decision on which path to take can be a...
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HB 509 Is Still a Threat to Transparency

Repeatedly in recent weeks, Governor Andy Beshear has come out in favor of HB 509, a bill that would dramatically...
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