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STEARNS — This week marks the completion of a major restoration project at the railway shop in historic Stearns.
Wasatch Railroad Contractors — the Cheyenne, WY-based
Tourism officials ready for new adventure
WHITLEY CITY — For years the McCreary County Tourist Commission has been dedicated to promoting tourism-related businesses. With the advent of newly developed business models, the
Program Review Data Released
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Education recently released the first data from program reviews conducted in the state’s public schools. Data released included program reviews in arts and
A Hero’s Farewell
STEARNS — The community bid a final farewell Saturday to a local firefighter who passed away last week two months after he was severely burned trying to save the lives of his neighbors.
KSP’s Operation Black Friday largest in agency history
WHITLEY CITY — Nearly 500 suspected drug traffickers were targeted Friday as part of the largest drug round-up in Kentucky State Police history.
Bevin visits McCreary County
WHITLEY CITY — Matt Bevin knows he’s considered an underdog to win the Republican nomination for United States Senate against incumbent Mitch McConnell, but the perception doesn’t bother him.
Grand jury indicts 6
WHITLEY CITY — The McCreary County Grand Jury returned indictments against six individuals during the month of October:
Stacey A. Lyons, 36, of Whitley City; Thomas L. Rose, 46, of
WEB SPECIAL: Pooh Comes Home
Hundreds of McCreary Countians lined US 27 from the Pulaski County line to Williamsburg Street to see the homecoming of a true local hero.
Arlie "Pooh" Hill III — a lieutenant with the Whitley City Fire
A Hero’s Farewell
CINCINNATI — The community is preparing to say goodbye to local firefighter whose bravery touched all who knew him and countless others across the country who never had the chance to meet him.
Federal grand jury indicts 3
LONDON — A federal grand jury has recently returned drug-related indictments against three McCreary Countians.
In an indictment filed Thursday with the United States District Court
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