GLASGOW – Addison McCoy’s death exacted a toll on her surviving family that continues to reverberate.
On the victory lap of his 29-year tenure as Warren County judge-executive, Mike Buchanon is certain about taking pride in the growth and changes in his community. He isn’t so certain about the changes in the political landscape.
If 2020 could be considered a bad breakup for the Kentucky tourism industry, 2021 was a heck of a rebound. Local and outside visitors regained their travel confidence, taking to the state’s caves, trails and other tourist attractions in significant numbers.
Hundreds of students and their parents filed into the new Rich Pond Elementary School building Wednesday morning, eager to check out the school’s new features, meet their teachers and reunite with friends.
Editor’s note: This is part 10 of a 13-part series previewing each of Western Kentucky’s opponents for the 2022 football season. Part 10 features a look at Charlotte. Part 11 will preview Rice.