I was driving to Williamsburg for work when I started noticing all of the small things I needed to have done to my truck. I’ve been putting off getting new tires for far too long, I’m overdue for an oil change, and my windshield wipers holler and squeak as they do very little in actually removing the rain from my windshield.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — Monday marked the third attempt due to recent high water and cold weather local first responders spent searching a pond, looking for a missing Williamsburg man with the search coming up empty once again.

WHITLEY COUNTY— Hope and love sprang forth Saturday across the fields of Sally Gap Farms, in places most recently swallowed by flood water as dozens of community members showed up to clean remaining debris.

GLASGOW — The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center and Barren County Historical Society hosted “The African American Influence at Mammoth Cave” on Saturday in celebration of Black History Month and 400 years of African-American history.

Somerset attorney A.C. Donahue's appointment to the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees could be in jeopardy, according to State Senate President Robert Stivers.

I've always fancied anything by Appalachian author George Ella Lyon. A dear friend of mine reminded me of one of her most beloved books just this week, "Come a tide."

A few weeks ago I asked my brother what he was getting his girlfriend for Valentine's Day, and looking sideways at me, he matter of factly blurted out “nothing.”

If it ever was true that there's no such thing as bad publicity, social media has upped the ante more than anyone could have imagined.

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It may come as a shock to some, but beneath this hard exterior and this mountain man inspired look I have going on, is a big softy.

For high schoolers, many deadlines for applying to colleges are quickly approaching.

Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one who has had the pleasure of working with Glasgow’s own Ronnie Ellis, the former statehouse and Daily Times reporter is among the members of the 40th class of the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame.

“By forces seemingly antagonistic and destructive Nature accomplishes her beneficent designs — now a flood of fire, now a flood of ice, now a flood of water; and again in the fullness of time an outburst of organic life.” —John Muir

Last week, I shared the exciting news about how my wife, Carmen, and I are expecting the arrival of our baby boy this July. I also mentioned how we had announced it to everyone on Facebook two weeks ago. However, I didn't really have the chance to go into detail about how we announced it on Facebook exactly.

CAVE CITY — The Barren County Republican Party's annual Lincoln Dinner on Saturday night at the Cave City Convention Center was U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell's first public appearance since President Donald J. Trump's impeachment trial.

The realization that you're indeed peculiar, different, and remodeled spiritually can often be a humbling one. Often I go through seasons in which I forget, and then collectively all at once I'm reminded something has changed deep in my gut.

WOODBINE - Kentucky State Police, Post 10 Harlan and local officials are searching for a Woodbine man that left his residence Thursday night to go to work on KY 92 East in Whitley County, but he never arrived at that location.

JELLICO, TENNESSEE — This Saturday, Kentucky and Tennessee will face off for the first time this basketball season. The rivalry these two teams create in our area is strong, and nothing is better proof than the feuding co-workers at the Wilkens Medical Group in Jellico, Tennessee.

Thank goodness this year’s Super Bowl was more exciting than last year’s. I don’t think I would be very successful getting my girlfriend to agree to watch next year’s game, if this year’s had been as defensively dominant as last year’s.

The defendants in a federal suit accusing staff of the Pulaski County Detention Center of causing or failing to prevent injury to an inmate in their custody have filed a motion for summary judgement, seeking to have a judge dismiss the case against them.

Ken Simmons, recently hired CEO of South Kentucky RECC, was officially introduced to the community Tuesday during the February membership meeting of Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce.

I was reminded recently that it’s been a very long time since I’ve done a pop culture column, one of those listicle-style columns where I share with you all what I’ve been consuming lately. (By that I mean books and television and the like. Not food. That’s what my Instagram is for.)

He outwitted, outplayed and outlasted becoming the Sole Survivor in the 37th season of "Survivor". Now Williamsburg's Nick Wilson is taking on the challenge again in season 40, but with some new twists to make the 20th anniversary edition of the popular reality TV series one that stands apart from the rest.

I have been writing this column for seven years now, and throughout that time period I’ve shared a lot of old stories with you. But over the course of the next six months, and especially starting this summer, I’ll have many new stories to tell.

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote. In honor of this, The Times-Tribune will highlight women throughout the year who are movers and shakers, inspirers and game changers in the Tri-County in a series called "Year of the Woman". This is the first story in this series.

Researchers at the University of Kentucky are looking for ways to help lower the mortality rate amongst cattle for health related deaths, and they believe the answer could be with use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), otherwise known as drones.

A federal judge has ruled in favor of the Association of American Railroads (AAR) and against local law enforcement, stating that federal law overrules state law when it comes to railroad commerce. As such, the state laws used to fine rail companies that block roadways for more than five minutes are unenforceable.

MOREHEAD AppHarvest announced today it has closed an $11 million corporate funding round, as it expands operations to support indoor farms across Central Appalachia. The company’s first project — a 2.76-million-square-foot facility in Morehead — is under construction and will begin operations later this year.

During the day, James Noble works for the Blue Grass Army Depot within the morale, welfare, and recreation program. But at night, he works a very different job, he is the host for Big Time Trivia.

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