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1 Ground officially broken on $200-million Horse Soldier Farms
2 Jasper officially no longer Somerset fire chief | News |
3 Cheers to a transformative project for Pulaski County
4 Cigar bar amendment not voted on at council
5 SCC buys Vally Oak property to expand educational offerings
6 Alan Keck seeking second term as Somerset mayor
7 Council vote to rezone Ky. 39 property fails | News |
8 Keeping smoking ordinance intact was the right thing to do
9 Flag retirement ceremony to be held October 23 | News |
10 Cigar bar only one of many aspects of Birdies and Barrels
11 Somerset council will review decision to deny Ky. 39 zone change
12 Somerset Mayor Alan Keck selected as 2021 KLC Elected City Official of the Year
13 University of Somerset begins site work for planned downtown campus
14 Keck will run for mayor, 'evaluating' run for governor | News |
15 September Somernites remembered 9/11 by paying tribute to first responders, military
16 Keck's 'city' address looks to tear down walls
17 State Rep. Scott calls out Mayor Keck over University of Somerset
18 Somerset Fire Chief on administrative leave | News |
19 KLC: No conflict of interest with Keck in University of Somerset deal
20 'We're gaining momentum': Demolition begins at proposed site for the University of Somerset
21 Secret USC payout involved images of ex-dean using drugs
22 Somerset officials, local attorney clash over university real estate deal
23 No GTL plant on the horizon, but Horse Soldier continues to invest
24 Mayor Alan Keck looks back at old year, discusses what city might see in the new one
25 Scrimager addresses art controversy | News |
26 Council hears two opinions on Scrimager's slurs, artwork in mayor's office
27 University of Somerset begins site work for planned campus in downtown Somerset
28 McShurley says City getting a bad deal with University of Somerset lease
29 Kentuckians have mixed emotions about Gov. Beshear's back to work incentive
30 Somerset Mayor opens meeting with prayer for teens hurt in crash
31 Will cigar bars light up Somerset? | News |
32 Local artist removed from Juneteenth event over slurs
33 Somerset awarded $3 million in federal funding for wastewater upgrades
34 Databank Aug. 30
35 AppHarvest breaks ground on new facility to produce strawberries
36 Reactions to Gov. Beshear's back to work incentives mixed
37 Somerset residents raise concerns about homeless, discarded drug needles
38 Arkansas lawmakers spit and bluster over federal vaccine rules they can do nothing about
39 SPEDA talks about interlocal agreements, upcoming air show
40 Somerset Mayor by day, baseball agent by night
41 Proposal would bring ice rink to SomerSplash | News |
42 Spotlight on Somerset: Showcasing the city of Somerset through art
43 Public Policy: Who Will Run for Governor in 2023?
44 City announces project to bring Virginia Cinema back to life
45 Mayor Keck explains why some saw higher than normal utility bills
46 Flooding damages roads, homes in Pulaski | News |
47 Pump Pains: Gas shortages affecting Pulaski County | News |
48 Supersized Cremorne site to kick off post-lockdown transactions
49 Council approves resolution to negotiate lease with University of Somerset
50 Lighting up Somerset: Keck participates in menorah ceremony for Hanukkah
51 SPEDA awards second round of mini-grants | News |
52 Ky. government officials discuss American Rescue Plan priorities
53 Georgia National Guard Troops remain at State Capitol after quiet weekend
54 Plans to restore, renovate historic Southern Kentucky theater moving forward
55 Four year university to be built in Somerset, mayor hopes it will transform the region
56 Twenty-year TIF districts approved; Councilors in conflict over time frame
57 Hundreds seek city offices in Atlanta, across metro
58 Somerset mayor develops proposal to bring restaurants, childcare facilities into Phase 1 reopening
59 Speed limit, zoning changes among proposed Somerset City Council ordinances
60 University of Somerset given 30-year lease to city property
61 University of Somerset begins site work for campus in downtown Somerset
62 'There's something for everybody': City of Somerset opens new sensory park
63 Somerset Independent gets clean audit, new board member
64 Jasper email sheds light on fire chief's administrative leave
65 Somerset's Virginia Theatre to be renovated, restored as part of $13 million bond initiative
66 USC ordered photos and videos of ex-medical school dean using drugs DESTROYED in $1.5M settlement
67 Somerset teen passes away from injuries sustained in Eubank wreck
68 Being mayor is not a 'ruff' job: Dog voted mayor by Hopkins Elementary reading class
69 University of Somerset announcement sparks excitement with community leaders
70 ‘Republican show.’ GOP holds sway at annual Fancy Farm picnic as Democrats pass.
71 NMS Future Problem Solving Team honored at Somerset City Council
72 $13 million bond initiative approved for Virginia Theatre's revitalization
73 A secret USC payout had a catch: Images of ex-dean using drugs had to be given up
74 Jury list for Monday, Oct. 4, 2021 | Local |
75 SPD earns sixth state accreditation | Local News |
76 Somerset artist to create mural on Somerset water tank
77 Meet the community members lending their expertise to the Herald-Leader Editorial Board
78 Master Musicians Festival brings variety of musical acts to Somerset
79 Burnside dreams big with goal of creating Island attraction
80 Council hears from Fire Department, honors RECC lineman
81 Councilor, citizens question evictions of Cundiff Square residents
82 Fishing line recycling containers installed at boat ramps in Pulaski County
83 Somerset Police Department welcomes new officers | Local News |
84 March in downtown Somerset remembers Dr. King's legacy
85 Expanded Horse Soldier project includes hotel, retail village
86 University of Somerset launches contest for local high school students to win free round of golf
87 Foodstock rolls back into Somerset on Saturday | News |
88 Pulaski firm now operating from new warehouse
89 Let there be lights! Community tree lit for 2020 Christmas season
90 Traditional 4-year university to be built in downtown Somerset
91 SPEDA purchases warehouse for inmate technical training
92 Record crowd at Master Musicians Festival, Cate honored
93 Downtown farmers market building renamed | Local News |
94 Downtown Somerset to welcome 4-year university
95 Gracie Honeycutt given 'Light of Somerset' honor at City Council
96 Mayor Keck agrees to paint over sidewalk-painted American flag
97 Somerset's hosts Moonlight Festival despite COVID-19 pandemic
98 National logistics company relocating from California to Southern Kentucky
99 City of Somerset takes successful art market to Rocky Hollow Park
100 Mayor Keck joins Teresa Trimble Hail on Leadership Kentucky's board of directors