4 hrs ago
Dr. Ben Carson: Doctors Risk Becoming Government Employees
One of the reasons the private medical practice is disappearing is because the costs of the new Obamacare rules are so onerous, Dr. Ben Carson said Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "We are in the process of making doctors government employees," he said.
8 hrs ago
Doctor Posts Newspaper Notice: Closing Due to Obamacare
Obamacare realities just became a little more intense in the Bluegrass State. Requirements in the Affordable Care Act presented Kentucky Dr. Stephen Kiteck with obstacles he "just couldn't overcome."
8 hrs ago
Kentucky doctor quitting practice, cites Obamacare as the reason
Dr. Stephen Kiteck, a 64-year-old board certified family physician with a good record for patient satisfaction, announced he would be closing his practice in Somerset, Ky., on Dec. 31, Breitbart.com reported Tuesday.
12 hrs ago
Computer illiterate doctor quits because of Obamacare, becomes hero to right
A Kentucky doctor who took out a local newspaper ad saying he was closing his practice "due to the policies of Obamacare" is shutting down his practice because of federal requirements to transfer from paper to electronic records.
15 hrs ago
Slow-going for drivers in southeastern Kentucky
There was no escaping the snowy, slushy roads for drivers, even on the primary roads and interstate.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
A Sandwich A Day: Crispy Braised Beef at Green Door Tavern
Green Door Tavern has been around since 1921 and famously sold alcohol during Prohibition.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Girdler: City has $20 million in the bank
Dec. 05 -- SOMERSET -- "It's a great time for Somerset ," proclaimed Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler .
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Warren Wilson receives $400,000 gift for college forest management
Warren Wilson College has received a $400,000 gift for the purpose of establishing the Irene Pennington Broyles and Glenn Boone Broyles Fellowship, in order to help preserve and manage the Warren Wilson College Forest in perpetuity.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Fuel spill at Somerset gas station
PULASKI, COUNTY, Ky. -- Crews had a big mess to clean up at a Pulaski County gas station Tuesday night.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Judge refuses bond for minister charged in triple slaying; more evidence released
Boyle Circuit Judge Darren Peckler refused Monday to set a bond for minister Kenneth Allen Keith after a detective testified that key money-related items belonging to one of three dead victims were found in the Somerset pawn store that Keith operated.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
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Girdler reelected to KLC Board [Commonwealth Journal, Somerset, Ky.]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Nov. 30--SOMERSET -- Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler was recently reelected to serve on the executive board and board of directors for the Kentucky League of Cities.
News Minute: Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press
Authorities say a father has been charged with murder in the death of his 29-day-old child.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Harold H. Foley, 66, of Russell Springs, KY
Harold H. Foley, 66, of Russell Springs, KY He was born in Somerset, KY, and was a resident of Russell Springs, KY, at the time of his death.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Lending a Hand
COLUMBIA, Ky. , Nov. 27 -- The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics issued the following news: More than 500 Lindsey Wilson College student-athletes worked this fall to make the Christmas season special for children they will most likely never meet.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Faith Cakes a labor of love for Somerset woman
Baking, for April Adams, is a labor of love -- and faith. If you ask Adams what her plans are on any random day of the month, she's likely to be preparing to make cakes and cupcakes from scratch as part of her baking business -- but don't think this is just any local baked goods operation.
Two former Kentucky cops charged in 1994 cold case prostitute murders
Thirty years have passed since the spring of 1983 when Mark Minogue's death from AIDS made the front page of The Vancouver Sun.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Ex-police officers charged in Kentucky with 1994 prostitute killings
Two former police officers and a third man have been charged in Kentucky with being involved in the killing of two prostitutes in 1994.
Cannada indicted for impersonating FBI agent
A grand jury has indicted a Pulaski County man for allegedly posing as a federal investigator.