As Floyd County and Highlands ARH Regional Medical Center began its phase 1c vaccination process on Feb. 25, the hospital was paid a visit by Lt. Gov. Jacquline Coleman who wanted to see how the process was going, as well as thank all of the healthcare heroes.
This week, a local band is using its first album debut as a way to give back to the clinic that helped save the life of the band guitarist’s son.
A Langley man was arrested on several felony charges recently after he allegedly threatened his parents in two separate incidents, including threatening to burn their house down with them alive inside.
During its regular meeting on Jan. 25, the Floyd County Board of Education voted for its students to remain in virtual learning, as well as to suspend all middle school and elementary sports, with the decision set to be re-evaluated at its next meeting.
Officials with Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) are holding community town hall live event, “COVID-19 Vaccine: Fact versus Fiction,” via Zoom and Facebook at noon on Thursday, Jan. 21.
The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) has decided to abruptly end extended unemployment insurance payments for Kentuckians. Extended benefit payments for 4,723 claimants will cease this weekend due to federal rules.
Mary Westfall-Holbrook, Chief District Engineer, Highway District 12, announced Nov. 23 that Allen Maintenance in Floyd County is closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19. This brings the total number of D12 facilities affected by COVID-19 to six.
EASTERN — Floyd Central started strong but faltered as visiting Lawrence County pulled away to win 91-76 in a 58th District boys’ basketball game on Friday, Feb. 12.
Following the General Assembly's constitutionally required recess during a 30-day session, lawmakers returned to Frankfort on Tuesday, Feb. 2, to begin the second half of the 2021 Session.
One of the enduring lessons of COVID-19 is sure to be a fuller understanding of just how important internet services are to our everyday lives.
COVID-19 has hit us hard. It has taken the lives of far too many and it has upended our economy, damaging Kentucky’s small businesses and hurting our workers.