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UPDATE: The fifth applicant has been identified as Christopher Hubbs.
Interviews for the five candidates will be held Tuesday, June 7, at the Knox County School Board office.
The Kentucky Department of Education has confirmed that five people have sent in their applications to the Commissioner of Education to serve out the remaining term of Dexter Smith’s seat on the Knox County School Board.
Smith was pressured into resigning… Continue reading
Released from Knox County Detention Center 5/25/16 (Wednesday)
Virgil B. Golden and Michael P. Runyon.
During his speech to the Knox County Chamber Tuesday, Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers explained his role in the senate and discussed serious concerns facing local residents, especially healthcare.
“I want people to truly understand what the Senate President does,” said Senator Robert Stivers as he stood before the Knox County Chamber of… Continue reading
The audience couldn’t help but erupt in sarcastic laughter when the Knox Board of Education was, yet again, unable to make a decision on the superintendent’s position.
The BOE Annex was filled with community members awaiting the last item on the agenda, “Discuss and/or Take Action on Advertising for Interim Superintendent effective July 1, 2016.”
“I don’t think there’s a need for this,” said Board Member Gordon Hinkle. “I think that all indicators is that the new board member will… Continue reading
A Gray man is in critical but stable condition after he was hit by a car at the intersection of U.S. 25E and Ky. 233 Tuesday afternoon.
Kentucky State Police have identified the man as 25-year-old Josh Wren.
Wren was reportedly attempting to cross 25E at the light when he was struck by a 2016 Nissan Altima driven by… Continue reading
What time is it? You’d never know by the courthouse clock. My watch said 4:45 p.m. when this picture was taken. Is everyone else’s watch as far behind (ahead?) as mine is?