The News and Tribune
The Man With Many Chances
This article was reported and written by the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, a new nonprofit investigative newsroom from Louisville Public Media and 89.3 FM WFPL News.
Storner to be the student speaker for Fall Commencement
Amy Lane Storner of Lexington will be the student speaker for Morehead State University's Fall Commencement on Saturday, Dec. 14. During the ceremony that begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Academic-Athletic Center, MSU President Wayne D. Andrews will confer degrees on 683 graduate and undergraduate students.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Decades of poverty and vote-buying led to widespread corruption in Clay County
There was a time when vote fraud was so pervasive in Clay County that a lot of honest people saw no reason to vote, said Ken Bolin, pastor of Manchester Baptist Church.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Patricia Ann Long Stone, 57, Burkesville, KY,
Patricia Ann Long Stone, 57, Burkesville, KY, She was a native of Warren County, KY, formerly of Burkesville, KY, and was a resident of Memphis, TN, at the time of her death.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
New SUU leader
Wyatt was chosen as president over three other high-quality candidates: Don Capener of Jacksonville University in Florida, Lisa Rossbacher of Southern Polytechnic State University in Marietta, Ga., and Bard Cook, provost for SUU.
Kentucky State Police
KSP Appoints New Spokespersons
Sgt. Michael B. Webb has been named commander of the Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Branch and will function as the agency's primary spokesperson at KSP headquarters in Frankfort.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
SUU picks Snow College President Scott Wyatt to take helm
The Great Hall of the Hunter Conference Center at Southern Utah University was packed Friday as Scott L. Wyatt, president of Snow College, was chosen as the 16th SUU president by a unanimous vote of the Utah State Board of Regents.
War Declared Against Whites
White supremacist flyers have circulated around the campus of Eastern Kentucky University.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Commonwealth Bus Service to close Nov. 30
Embattled school bus contractor Commonwealth Bus Service and Transportation will be closing its doors Nov. 30, company president Mary Dunaway told Jefferson County Public Schools in a hand-signed letter.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Brookfield Police Hire Two New Officers, Promote Sergeant
The Brookfield Police Department and Chief Robin Montgomery announced the appointment of Joseph Kyek and Phillip Saunders as the department's newest members and the promotion of veteran officer, Robert Pennoyer, to the rank of Sergeant.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
EKU unveils plan for Model Lab School
Eastern Kentucky University officials want to build a new $83 million Model Laboratory School as part of its College of Education.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Middlesboro Daily News
Family Practice holds an open house
Photo submittedFamily Practice Medical Clinic held an open house in Middlesboro on Oct. 29. The office focuses on primary care and sick visits for chi... Family Practice Medical Clinic held an open house in Middlesboro on Oct. 29. The office focuses on primary care and sick visits for children and adults.
Mary Sue Coleman to give commencement speech at Indiana University
University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman will give the commencement speech at Indiana University's Bloomington campus in December.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Safety rating downgraded for bus company used by JCPS
The bus company that owns the school bus responsible for sending 23 people to the hospital after it crashed on I-64 on June 11 is in hot water.
EKU pays tribute to veterans
All across the Commonwealth, there are events and ceremonies going on to recognize those who have served our country and to thank them for the sacrifices that they've made.
EKU planning $83 million education complex
Eastern Kentucky University is planning a new $83 million complex to integrate its College of Education and the P-13 Model Laboratory School.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Ronald L. Jones and B. Eugene Wofford Release New Book, Woody Plants of Kentucky and Tennessee
Throughout our history, woody plants-trees, shrubs, and woody vines-have been one of our most common natural resources, providing such basics as food, clothing, housing, and medicines.