Beshear with Tiger at coal baron's golf tourneyBeshear with Tiger at coal baron's golf tourneyHere's the background on Beshear and Jim Justice, host of the special day of golf
NKU has new chair, board membersNKU has new chair, board membersNathaniel G. Smith will chair the Board of Regents for a one-year term beginning July 1.
- Budget & Policy
Romania May Restore ConscriptionRomania May Restore ConscriptionWARSAW — Romanian Defense Minister Mircea Dusa is aiming to restore conscription as a result of Russia's increased military activities in Eastern Europe and the country's intervention in Ukraine, reports local daily Gandul.
Community Calendar July 2Community Calendar July 2Roundup of upcoming events in the Pine Belt.
Letter: Author's argument inaccurateLetter: Author's argument inaccurateThe charge ... is simply an outright lie
Gov back at Jim Justice's GreenbrierGov back at Jim Justice's GreenbrierTeamed in pro-am with the great Tiger Woods this year at big donor Jim Justice's golf tournament
- Lives Remembered
Former Dem leader, Kenton jailer rememberedFormer Dem leader, Kenton jailer rememberedMr. Knauf is remembered as a strong singer, Ky. political voice and Kenton County jailer.
Obama in Nashville: Tennesseans react to presidential visitObama in Nashville: Tennesseans react to presidential visitTennesseans react to presidential visit in Nashville.
Community Calendar July 1Community Calendar July 1Roundup of upcoming events in the Pine Belt.
- TALK Greenville
Talk Southern to meTalk Southern to meIn the South, how we say things is an art in and of itself.
New mayoral candidate? Name-counting underwayNew mayoral candidate? Name-counting underwaySteve L. Smith has submitted signatures - still being verified - to run for mayor
Senate, McCrory OK state government funds until budget doneSenate, McCrory OK state government funds until budget doneThe legislation authorizes state spending until lawmakers can finish negotiations on a broader budget blueprint.
Senate OKs keeping state government going until budget doneSenate OKs keeping state government going until budget doneSenate OKs keeping state government going until budget done
International Zing!sInternational Zing!sInternational Zing!s
Weinberger reorganizes City Hall staffWeinberger reorganizes City Hall staffChief of Staff Mike Kanarick will leave mayor's office for Burlington Electric Department
Justices take up dispute over union feesJustices take up dispute over union feesThe Supreme Court will consider limiting the power of government employee unions to collect fees from non-members
Letters to Plymouth-Canton editorLetters to Plymouth-Canton editorArea residents offer their opinions and thoughts on issues of the day.
Political parties hungry for involvementPolitical parties hungry for involvementLeadership gap looms if younger generations don’t engage
MTSU student group starts anti-Forrest Hall effortMTSU student group starts anti-Forrest Hall effortStudents met Friday to discuss how to change the name of Forrest Hall.
- Op Ed
Either way, politics at play in drawing districtsEither way, politics at play in drawing districtsRedistricting vice chair: Eliminating gerrymandering in voting districts is no excuse to gerrymander the Constitution.
Manitowoc Democratic Party schedules meetingManitowoc Democratic Party schedules meetingThe presentation will be made by The Drivers Card Task Force
Dan K. Thomasson: It wouldn’t hurt Obama to continue to push for gun reformDan K. Thomasson: It wouldn’t hurt Obama to continue to push for gun reformDan K. Thomasson: It wouldn’t hurt Obama to continue to push for gun reform
RCS board member will run for city councilRCS board member will run for city councilSuzanne Derengowski joins Jason Wise as late additions to GOP's lineup for fall election.
Community Calendar June 30Community Calendar June 30Roundup of upcoming events in the Pine Belt.
Letter: Dismayed at Trump’s standing in recent pollLetter: Dismayed at Trump’s standing in recent poll.
Conway pledges continued EPA coal fightConway pledges continued EPA coal fightLocal officials hope there will be little impact from Supreme Court ruling
Community calendar for June 29Community calendar for June 29Find out what's happening in the Pine Belt.