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Peaceful protest held in Crab Orchard

Several people turned out for a peaceful protest in Crab Orchard Monday to support the Black Lives Matter movement. A Facebook post announcing the event ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Abigail Whitehouse.

Rotary club makes donation

The Stanford Rotary Club recently made a large donation to the office of Bates, Miller and Sims. This money provided a hot meal for the ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Interior Journal.

City urges firework safety for Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is fast approaching and this means longer and warmer days, BBQs, and, of course, fireworks. Each year in the United States, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Interior Journal.

Kidnapping suspect arrested Tuesday morning after firing at officers

By ZAC OAKES zac.oakes@bluegrassnewsmedia.com   Law enforcement officers in Lincoln County arrested a kidnapping suspect Tuesday morning following a chase that began in Madison County ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Interior Journal.

Longest running July 4 celebration in state postponed due to COVID-19

CRAB ORCHARD – For the first time in a very long time, Main Street in Crab Orchard will not be packed with vendors and spectators ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Abigail Whitehouse.

Girdler seeking second term in state senate

  Rick Girdler has served one term in the state senate, representing the 15th district which consists of Boyle, Lincoln, and Pulaski counties. Girdler is ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Interior Journal.

State school-bus guidance no longer includes social distancing; compliance with plan for masks is expected to be a battle

Kentucky public-health officials have reversed their position about social distancing on school buses, after school superintendents said the plan wasn’t realistic. Health officials still say ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Interior Journal.

Stanford joins cities across U.S. in Black Lives Matter protest 

“I believe in change,” said Stanford resident Phillis Walker as she sat on the Lincoln County Courthouse steps holding a sign that said, “No justice, ... Read more

1 month ago by Abigail Whitehouse.

Daugherty back home after fighting COVID-19 in New York

By LARRY VAUGHT Nurse practitioner Mira Daugherty of Lincoln County is back home after spending nearly two months in New York helping do what she ... Read more

1 month ago by The Interior Journal.

New cases of COVID-19 reported this week

There are several new confirmed active cases of COVID-19 this week, according to Lincoln County Health Department Director Diane Miller. “We had six new cases ... Read more

1 month ago by Abigail Whitehouse.

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