As the number of new cases of the coronavirus continues to rise across Kentucky, Jessamine County is nearing the 200-case mark. Tuesday afternoon, the Jessamine ...
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As the number of new cases of the coronavirus continues to rise across Kentucky, Jessamine County is nearing the 200-case mark. Tuesday afternoon, the Jessamine ... Read more
City officials took another step toward annexing the former Lone Oak golf course into the city Monday by approving the first reading of a new ... Read more
With nine new cases of COVID-19 reported in less than a week, Jessamine County has cleared the 100 case mark. As of Monday afternoon, the ... Read more
There will be fireworks over Nicholasville after all this year. R.J. Corman Railroad Group announced this week it would host the annual July 4 event. ... Read more
The last major part of planning for Nicholasville’s new police station should be in place today, when the construction bids are opened for consideration. The ... Read more
At 15, Jenna Sparks is young, but her cause is, in the words of President John F. Kennedy, “as old as the Scriptures and as ... Read more
A Nicholasville man allegedly made a woman attempt to rob a bank for him after she ended their relationship. According to Nicholasville Police, officers were ... Read more
“We have it in our power to begin the world over again,” wrote Thomas Paine, who helped turn American opinion toward independence from Britain in ... Read more
I was asked recently if being born again was the same thing as believing in God. I felt I needed to give a more thorough ... Read more
NICHOLASVILLE POLICE Charged — Sheila H. Klaber, 56, of Frankfort, was charged June 22 with driving under the influence (third offense). — Anthony Bennett, 42, of ... Read more