Area Breaking News

Gov. Beshear: State Office Buildings Closed Tuesday Due to Dangerous Road Conditions

Employees able to telecommute, essential employees designated for mandatory operations should continue to report to work as directed by agency management FRANKFORT, Ky. (Feb. 16, 2021) – This morning, Gov. Andy Beshear said state office buildings are closed today, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021, due to icy and dangerous road conditions. Employees able to telecommute and essential employees designated for…

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GEPB: Action against TVA ended

By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division Jobe Publishing In a special called zoom meeting of the Glasgow Electric Plant Board (GEPB) Friday Feb. 12, 2021, the board discussed asking attorneys Frost, Brown &Todd to withdraw the legal action by GEPB against TVA. Board chairman DT Froedge said, “We will submit it and we will be done immediately.”…

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Ray to retire from GEPB with $250,000 severance package

By Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing Inc. The Glasgow Electric Plant Board (GEPB) met in special session via Zoom on Thursday, February 11 to discuss mediation efforts. Board members present during the meeting included DT Froedge, Marlin Witcher, Glenn Pritchard, and Libby Short. Attorneys were also present, including Chris Davenport on behalf of William “Billy”…

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Med Center Health Vaccine Clinic Weather Advisory

 The Med Center Health Vaccine Clinic for those individuals receiving a second dose of Moderna vaccine will be open on Thursday, February 11 from 9:30a to 4p PROVIDED the inclement weather has passed and the roads are safe to travel. Please watch the Med Center Health website and Med Center Health social media for any…

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Edmonson Wildcat Football

  Wildcats edged by Hornets 34-27 Edmonson’s season ends in KHSAA playoffs By T. Wampler Jobe Regional Sports   The Metcalfe County Hornets exacted a sweet measure of revenge against the Edmonson County Wildcats last Friday night. The Hornets edged the Wildcats 34-27 to claim the 2A District 3 Championship and advance to the quarter…

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Hart County Jail inmates, deputies test positive for COVID

Hart County Jail inmates, deputies test positive for COVID Mary Beth Sallee    According to Hart County Jailer Israel Bergenson, a total of 69 inmates and 5 deputies have tested positive for COVID-19. Bergenson stated that the entire jail population was administered COVID tests after three or four inmates showed mild symptoms of the disease.…

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Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes

Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes Mrs. Stephanie Bullard’s Class South Edmonson Elementary   Get a turkey from the woods Stuff it with butter Rub sprinkles on top of it. Cook it in a microwave at 300 degrees for 10 hours. Serves 7. By: Shaylee   Get a turkey from:  the woods Stuff it with: potatoes Rub butter on…

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Read-N-Feed Christmas

Read-N-Feed Christmas Mary Beth Sallee A new and exciting event is happening soon for the children of Hart County: Read-N-Feed Christmas. This event was established thanks to the hard work and dedication of Dr. Virag Pandeya, M.D., his wife Jackie Pandeya, APRN, and Helping Hart founder Angel Bergenson. Read-N-Feed is an anticipated year-round reading incentive…

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Preserving the past

Brenda Dudderar finds great respect in helping to preserve the past. Photo submitted.  Preserving the past Mary Beth Sallee   Volunteering is very admirable work. Often times, it consists of others dedicating time and effort to food pantries, toy drives, and children programs. Preserving the past However, what many don’t realize is the need for…

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