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Fire at CEA Pretreatment Plant in Horse Cave

By Mary Beth Sallee News-Herald-Reporter On June 19, the Horse Cave Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call regarding a fire at the Caveland Environmental Authority (CEA) Pretreatment Plant located on S. Butler Road in Horse Cave. On fire was the large compost pile consisting of sawdust, leaves, and bark mixed with the waste, such…

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After a century and a half – Daily Times publishes its last edition

By Robert Carter Guest Writer GLASGOW, KY. The Glasgow Daily Times has stopped the presses — for good. Staff members of the newspaper were told Monday that they would be laid off permanently by CNHI, LLC, the Alabama-based chain which owns more than 100 newspapers nationwide. Tuesday’s edition was the last to be published. According…

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Schools to remain closed for the rest of the school year

By JENNIFER MOONSONG jupitermoonsong@yahoo.com Monday afternoon Gov. Andy Beshear announced that Kentucky’s public schools would remain closed for the rest of the year, bringing an end to much anticipated question on the lips of students, parents and educators. “Every health care professional has advised us that this is the right course of action to take,”…

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Can KY’s former cash crop lead the fight against COVID-19?

By Mary Beth Sallee marybeth@jpinews.com Tobacco is well-known as Kentucky’s historical cash crop. Although in recent years the market has drastically declined, there are farming families across the commonwealth that still depend on tobacco as the main source of income for their operations. For decades, however, tobacco has found itself on the chopping block of…

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COVID-19: Coping with Anxiety

By Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing Reporter marybeth@jpinews.com Recent weeks have been full of stressful and confusing times for everyone. As the COVID-19 pandemic affects society and individuals in a variety of ways, disruptions in daily life are being felt across the board. Colleges have sent students packing, churches have canceled services, and social gatherings…

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What causes a pandemic?

By Jennifer Moonsong General Manager print@jpinews.com   Many people have commented that they haven’t seen anything like the Coronavirus pandemic in their lifetime, and it’s true. The last pandemic was the Spanish Influenza of 1918. 102 years later, we still have a lot to learn about pandemics. What is a pandemic? How does it begin?…

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Gov. Closes All Dine in Eating and Bars in Kentucky

Plus new information about what the state’s plan is to help those financially impacted as well as new information about daycare centers in KY. Thanks for watching, please take the time to support these updates by sharing and subscribing to our youtube channel while you watch this content.

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This week on SCKY: Local Officials on the Corona Virus

Local healthcare officials, including TJ Samson Regional Health, Dr. Chuck Thornbury Jr M.D. as well as an area school board official Chad Mullencamp from Glasgow Independent Schools, provide the latest information on what step have been taken and weigh in on the Corona Virus outbreak underway in our region. We have all the school closing…

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AtCorr to Create 31 Jobs with Glasgow Expansion

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Feb. 27, 2020)  AtCorr Packaging Products, LLC, a manufacturer of corrugated shipping products, intends to create 31 full-time jobs in Barren County with an investment of more than $780,000. The announcement adds to a wave of recent job creation in Central Kentucky and across the commonwealth. “Today has been an incredible day of…

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Skeletal Remains Found in Hardyville

By Mary Beth Sallee News-Herald Reporter marybeth@jpinews.com An investigation is underway after skeletal remains were discovered in Hart County on Sunday, February 23. According to reports, the Kentucky State Police Post 3 was contacted in regards to human remains discovered in a field near the 1100 block of North Nelson Road in the Hardyville area.…

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