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Wednesday, July 28, 2021
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Renovated Aldi’s opening later this month in Somerset

Store one of several in region grocery chain has remodeled.

Master Musicians Festival brings variety of musical acts to Somerset

The non-profit that puts on the show says it aims to bring musical excellence to rural Kentucky.

KBC presents first summer giveaway car to blood donor

Somerset man drives away in new Toyota C-HR.

Lake Cumberland Air Show making return, gets major sponsors

Event returns avter hiatus of more than 20 years.

Spotlight on Lexington based Bluegrass band at Master Musicians Festival

This weekend a group of Lexington-based musicians will have a huge spotlight on them as they headline a two-day summer festival in Kentucky

Somerset nurse named UK/Norton ‘Stroke STAR’

Nurse, team recognized for their work.

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital celebrates residency program graduates

Now in its seventh year, the Lake Cumberland Residency Program graduated thirteen physicians earlier this month

Lake Cumberland Air Show debuts Aug. 29

Scheduled on Somernites Cruise Ford Mustang weekend, event will feature music, food and aerial entertainment

Tax preparer faces sex abuse charges involving second woman

Second alleged victim has come forward.

For 13 students, trash pays big dividends

Winners got prizes ranging from cash to gift cards

Horse Soldier Bourbon continues with Somerset distillery plan

Plans about to enter next phase, summer sponsorships part of community connection.

UPDATE: Body found in Pike County identified as Pulaski woman

Body discovered near park area on May 10.

Special response team recovering after station fire

The Somerset Pulaski County Special Response Team helps people every day but now it needs help.

CRC announces $20 million investment for biodiesel plant in Somerset

Operation could begin early next year, create 20 jobs.

$13 million bond initiative approved for Virginia Theatre’s revitalization

Somerset City Council members unanimously approved a $13 million municipal bond initiative Monday that includes $2 million to revitalize one of downtown’s most beloved historic buildings — The Virginia Theatre.

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Delta variant and high gas prices prompt reconsideration for summer travel

Towards the beginning of May, 57% of Americans planned to take a road trip. That number has gone down as various issues have come up throughout the summer.

Small plane crash in Lexington

According to the Lexington Fire Department, crews are on scene of a plane crash located at 4900 Athens Walnut Hill Pike. 
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Hometown Hero: Volunteer Optometrist

Dr. Kenneth Cottrell volunteers his skills at Nathaniel Mission

Mostly dry Wednesday

Staying dry with lots of sunshine throughout the day.