Breaking News from Middlesboro KY
Find the latest Middlesboro KY News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
UPDATED: Missing person investigation turns into murder investigation of Corbin woman
Sherry T. Rose, 58, was last seen at Walmart, which is her workplace, at 6 p.m. on June 12. Her fellow coworkers reported her missing and the sheriff’s office sought out the public’s help in finding her whereabouts on Monday.
The miracle of plants - Middlesboro Daily News
As an amateur naturalist I have a curiosity to know how things work. In college I once saw the chemical reactions involved in photosynthesis laid out on a large poster. This all-important method plants use to make food for themselves (and ultimately us) was incredibly long and complex. It is so comp
A rewarding Day of Service - Middlesboro Daily News
On June 9, Aspen Dental in Middlesboro held their Day of Service event — which was a way to honor the country’s veterans by providing free dental care for veterans who could not receive it through the VA program.According the official press release, some veterans cannot receive dental coverage unles
This week in local history - Middlesboro Daily News
The following events occurred during the week of May 27-June 2:1890:Middlesborough broke the record for southern land sales with a total of $350,164 (approximately equal to $6,700,000 today) sold in just 3 ½ hours. There were 1500 to 2000 people in town for the land sales.1891:The City Council voted
Pineville releases schedule for upcoming events - Middlesboro Daily News
After bringing back their Main Street Live event last week, Main Street Pineville just announced their lineup of summer events that will extend all the way through to the end of October.With the help of the Bell Theater, Vets Serving Vets, the Pineville Rotary Club, the Pineville Interact Club, the
Sun safety reminders - Middlesboro Daily News
After a long winter, many of us want to spend as much time as possible outdoors. As you venture outside, remember to protect yourself from sun and heat, no matter your age.Anyone who spends a considerable amount of time out in the sun with unprotected, exposed skin runs the risk of developing skin c
McConnell needs to help with tariffs - Middlesboro Daily News
Where are you, Sen. Mitch McConnell?Kentucky needs you.What the Courier Journal warned about nearly a year ago is happening today: Bourbon is in the cross-hairs of an international trade battle, and the consequences could be dire for metro Louisville and the rest of the Bluegrass State.
Grainger sheriff seeks Subaru BRAT after elderly fisherman drowns
GCSO responded, along with the rescue squad and EMS. the 83-year-old man's body was pulled from the water, and they determined he lived in Thorn Hill.
Bell County Fair exhibits announced - Middlesboro Daily News
Fruits, vegetables, foods are to be entered on white Styrofoam plates. Be sure baked food is well cooled before wrapping with clear plastic wrap (gallon size storage bags work well). Canned foods are to be exhibited in standard canning jars and must be sealed
PHA to impliment smoke-free rule - Middlesboro Daily News
Under government mandate, the Middlesboro Housing Authority will be implementing a smoke-free housing policy. According to the official documentation summary, the ruling requires each public housing agency (PHA) administering public housing to execute a smoke-free policy no later than 18 months afte
Wisdom comes from the mouths of babies - Middlesboro Daily News
Bell County High School valedictorian Ben Bowling may have provided an important lesson for those who attended graduation ceremonies at the school recently. Bowling’s speech received quite a bit of national attention, maybe because his words revealed how so many have taken sides in a national politi
SKCTC’s Dixon chosen as Blackboard MVP - Middlesboro Daily News
Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College has announced that David C. Dixon, EPIC project team leader, was selected to participate in the Blackboard MVP Program.Run by education technology leader Blackboard Inc., the program consists of faculty members, administrators, educators, and instruct
Knox County woman arrested for child abuse - ABC 36 News
BARBOURVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) — The Knox County Sheriff’s Department says they have arrested Natasha Henderson on child abuse charges, after they say she left her two children home alone.They say they were called to her home around 3 o’clock Thursday morning by her neighbors, who say she drove off in her
Making that car trip with kids less stressful - Middlesboro Daily News
Summer family vacations are fun, unless you count that part about driving to the vacation destination with a backseat filled with one or more unhappy kids.Children can possess a great sense of anticipation but often a low level of patience. An upcoming beach vacation has them excited, but the all-da
Holiday Inn wins Torchbearer Award - Middlesboro Daily News
“It is my pleasure to award the Holiday Inn Express, Middlesboro to one of the foremost hotels in our industry. This hotel embodies the heart or our brand promise and continues our story to make our 12 brands well known and loved by guests around the world,” Elie Maalouf, Chief Executive Officer of
Deputies ask for help finding missing Laurel Co. teenager
LONDON, Ky. (WKYT) -Deputies in Laurel County are asking for help finding a missing 15-year-old girl.Authorities say Katlyn D. Savage was last seen off Sasser Road, 10 miles east of London. She has not been seen since midnight Saturday.Katlyn is 5'7" tall, 135 pounds with blond hair.Deputies hope so
Responsibility needs to be taken for hospital debt - Middlesboro Daily News
Financial woes at rural hospitals are nothing new in America. According to Becker’s Hospital CFO Report, there have been 83 rural hospital closures over the last eight years as of Jan. 26. Therefore it was no surprise when some of our local hospitals began to feel some of the pain as well.Pineville
Faces of Recovery - Middlesboro Daily News
“I was never hardcore with anything though, I just experimented with a lot of stuff when I was a teenager. I joined the Navy when I was 19, and during my five years of service I had periods where I would drink heavily and periods of sobriety. It wasn’t until the end of 2012, two years after I got ou
Police: Morristown couple charged with animal cruelty after dog shot
MORRISTOWN, Tenn. (WATE) - A Morristown couple is facing animal cruelty charges after police say the wife shot the couple's Chihuahua and left it in a trash bag to die. Police also said couple tortured the dog and failed to provide her with food, water, care and shelter.
News Around the State - Middlesboro Daily News
Pitt argued that unlike Shepherd, judges who took office after Jan. 1, 2014, don’t have the same pension and aren’t affected by the lawsuit’s outcome.