Crews have worked for the past several hours to move a crane that stalled in the slow (right) lane near the 104 mile marker of the Western Kentucky Parkway.
Getting kids “Hooked on Science” is the mission of Jason Lindsey, an award-winning science educator, author, and one of only seven STEM Certified Master Trainers in America.
Grayson County third graders were treated to a day to explore careers with the many partners who came together for DECA's annual Unite to Read.
Grayson County Schools received honors for district and school communication efforts during the Kentucky School Public Relations Association (KYSPRA) fall conference.
Warren RECC President and CEO W. Scott Ramsey recently announced that over 3,000 comments have been submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in opposition to the agency's proposal to limit carbon dioxide emissions from existing...
Three-time Dove Award nominated Curb recording artist No Other Name will perform live at First Baptist Church in Leitchfield, KY on Sunday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. The concert is part of No Other Name's “START TOUR.”
According to the STEM Education Coalition, “our nation's future economic prosperity is closely linked with student success in the STEM fields.”
The Grayson County High School Y Club captured top honors during Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) in Louisville and Frankfort.
The GCMS Cougar Bots have qualified for First Lego League state competition with a top three finish at regionals, held Nov. 22, at the WKU Carroll Knicely Center.
Grayson County High School teachers Beverly Dowell, Kim Pennington, and Sharon Sloan were recently notified that they have achieved National Board Certification, a performance-based accomplishment that recognizes these educators among the top in the...
Grayson County Schools has been named as one of only eight Kentucky school districts to the College Board's 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll.
Warren Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (Warren RECC) was recently recognized by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for its energy efficiency efforts in several programs.
The City of Leitchfield officially expressed its support for Grayson County's Work Ready Community in Progress initiative this week.
Grayson County's sense of community shone through this week as law enforcement, local schools, businesses and the community at large worked together to determine the identity and ensure the safety of a four-year-old girl on Thursday...
A Grayson County woman was arrested after hitting a utility pole with her car on Tuesday morning.
A bench warrant was issued for Amanda Galloway, 30.A bench warrant was issued for Jerry Major, 57.A bench warrant was issued for Wayne Corbin, 35.A bench warrant was issued for Joshua J. Clemons, 28.
Spring semester starts Jan.12, 2015 at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Current students should be sure to take advantage of early registration opportunities now. Students at ECTC can choose from more than 30 career programs or complete...
One in seven Kentuckians, or more than 600,000 people, stand in the state's emergency food lines each year, according to a new study released on Thursday, Dec. 4 by the Kentucky Association of Food Banks (KAFB).
For the fourth year in a row, United Way of Central Kentucky received the BP Fueling Communities Grant, which gives back to local organizations that improve the quality of life in communities where BP operates.
A bench warrant was issued for Charlean Quattlebaum, 61.A bench warrant was issued for Christopher L. Dunn, 37.
A Leitchfield man who was arrested this past January on a number of charges, including possession of methamphetamine and fleeing or evading police, was found guilty in Grayson Circuit Court last Tuesday, Nov. 25.
James Evert Vincent, 17, of Leitchfield, was reported missing on Wednesday, Nov. 26, and on Tuesday night, Dec. 2, the Leitchfield Police Department (LPD) announced the teenager had been found and is safe.
The City of Caneyville will be making sidewalk repairs to improve safety for its citizens, thanks to a recent grant.
Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center (TLRMC) is getting into the Christmas spirit and supporting Relay for Life at the same time with their “Festival of Trees” event.
Kentucky farmers and processors interested in participating in the 2015 round of industrial hemp pilot projects must apply by Jan. 1, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture has announced.