Local News

Caldwell Schools to Remain Closed Through May 1st

Caldwell County Schools will again be delaying their return to in-person classes following more recommendations from Governor Andy Beshear to help curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Superintendent Nate Huggins states that schools will now be closed...Read More

Blood Drive at Princeton Welcome Center Friday

The City of Princeton is hoping to help the Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center (WKRBC) increase blood supply levels within the area through a blood drive Friday. WKRBC Recruiter Robbin Shively says that the blood drive will...Read More

Fredonia Man Facing Assault Charges

A Fredonia man is facing assault charges following an altercation Wednesday afternoon. Caldwell County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Chris Noel states that just before three he responded to a complaint of a possible domestic violence incident at a...Read More

First COVID-19 Case Reported in Crittenden County

Crittenden County has reported its first coronavirus (COVID-19) case. During a live announcement on social media through The Crittenden Press Wednesday night Crittenden County Judge/Executive Perry Newcom announced they received the county’s first positive test that afternoon....Read More

Third Coronavirus Case Reported In Lyon County

Another positive COVID-19 case has been confirmed in Lyon County. According to a social media post by Judge-Executive Wade White, a 76-year old male is self-isolated at home and receiving care for symptoms from his primary physician....Read More