Saturday Aug 16
Thousands participate in River Blast at Fort Boonesborough State Park
"I can remember - this was in the mid '80s - when it was a packed beach here, and over there you had the concession stand and showers," Ledford said Saturday, revisiting the park.
Harlan Daily Enterprise
New life for Pioneer Museum artifacts
Following a two-year stretch of closed doors at the Pioneer Museum, a rededication of the facility is scheduled to coincide with the 232nd commemoration of the battle that gave the park its name.
River Blast set for Saturday at Fort Boonesborough
The Kentucky River Water Trail Alliance is throwing a party at Fort Boonesborough State Park to raise awareness of the river's importance as a resource.
Quarry opponents sue Clark Fiscal Court, planning commission over rezoning vote
Opponents of a proposed limestone quarry filed suit Monday in Clark Circuit Court to overturn the controversial rezoning of 165 acres of agricultural land for use by heavy industry.