Category: News

News Center 22 10/4/17

This News Center 22 update is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) recorded its largest enrollment ever, with 4,770 students of record at the fall census date. With 570 more students than last fall, the university’s rolls grew by 14 percent. The university also set a benchmark in undergraduate enrollment, with 1,919 […]

News Center 22 10/3/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau The Daily News reports A Middlesboro woman was arrested on two counts of endangering the welfare of minors on Sept. 30, among other charges. Tammy Rust, 35, was arrested by Middlesboro City Police Department Officer Michael Bradley and lodged in the Bell County Detention […]

News Center 22 10/2/17

The fire ban season has fire officials asking Kentuckians not to burn within 150 feet of any woodland or brushland area between the hours of six a.m. and six p.m. Oct. 1st started the first day of the burn ban season, which will last until Dec. 15. In 2016, more than 71,000 acres of land […]

News Center 22 9/29/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports A Cumberland woman has been indicted on charges including possession of methamphetamine and tampering with evidence. Betty D. Addington, 32, was arrested on a pair of indictment warrants by Harlan County Sheriff’s Deputy Philip Ely on Wednesday. The indictment […]

News Center 22 9/28/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau WYMT News reports A parole hearing for a Clay County woman who is in prison for the murder of her stepson will have a parole hearing Monday. A panel consisting of two people determined Wednesday the decision surrounding the hearing should be sent to […]

News Center 22 9/27/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau Police told WYMT News they have confirmed a skull found in August belongs to a person. Around 10:30 a.m. August 2nd, Kentucky State Police received a call from someone working for Phillips Tree Service about finding a possible human skull off Philpot lane in […]

News Center 22 9/26/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau News Center 22 reports With a theme of “open and honest government,” state Rep. Rick Nelson announced Monday he will seek the office of Middlesboro Mayor, subject to the May 2018 Primary. “I have enjoyed representing the citizens of the 87th House District in […]

News Center 22 9/25/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau WYMT News reports Police in Middlesboro responded to a collision between a cyclist and a vehicle on Winchester Avenue Saturday evening. They said the cyclist was flown to the University of Tennessee Medical Center with serious injuries. The investigating officer said the driver of […]

News Center 22 9/22/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau The Daily News reports Pineville Independent Schools will soon undergo several changes in order to better the overall environment for both students and staff members. The primary focus of Monday’s Pineville Board of Education meeting centered around the approval of architect Bill Richardson’s plans […]

News Center 22 9/21/17

This News Center 22 report is sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau WYMT News reports Officials in Knox County came together to break ground on a new jail Wednesday. The building will be off Highway 225 in Barbourville. It will house more than 300 inmates. The Knox County Jailer said she is overwhelmed by the community […]

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