KENTUCKY (8/10/13) – SurfKY News wants to keep you informed of our most read stories for the week in case you missed anything. The following are our top for the prior week.
Bear Sighted in Muhlenberg County - Wednesday morning began as an average day for Fitzhugh and Janet Rhoades. The retired couple enjoys a quiet life in Green Lea Estates subdivision on Saint James Way, just off Highway 62 in Central City. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.
‘Kentucky’s Most Innovative School’ Set to Open - Next week, the University of Kentucky College of Education and Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) will officially open the doors of the new STEAM Academy to 150 ninth graders. Described as "Kentucky's most innovative school," the academy will give students a learning experience unlike any other while engaging them with the local community. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.
Greenville Man Arrested for Meth at Traffic Stop - On Sunday, August 4, at approximately 9:58 PM, Kentucky State Police (KSP) Troopers stopped a man at a traffic safety checkpoint on 181 North, within the Greenville city limits. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.
Coal Miner Killed, One injured in Kentucky Underground Mine - Kentucky Office of Mine Safety and Licensing officials say one underground miner was killed today and two others injured as they were conducting retreat mining operations at a Harlan County mine. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.
Video Coverage of Bear Spotted in Muhlenberg - In the early morning hours of Wednesday, August 7, 2013, a Central City family contacted local law officials in regards to a black bear that was spotted in their back yard. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.
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