Just got a daily twenty second dose. For weeks we have daily been provided useless information concerning Covid-19 from the Governor, and twice a week from the Sentinel. The number of cases and deaths is information that is useful only for satisfying the curiosity or to create fear, but does…
This Week's Circulars
John Henry Robinson, 76, of Cincinnati, Ohio, died Saturday, May 30, 2020. He was the father of Rhonda Robinson. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday. Burial at Dunn Cemetery. Visitation 1:30 p.m. until the funeral hour Thursday.
Jack Miller, 68, of London, died Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at The Heritage in Corbin. He is survived by his siblings, Kathy Miller and Patricia Eubank. There were no services.
Donna M. Hernon, age 62, of London, Kentucky passed away Friday, May 29, 2020 at St. Joseph Hospital in London, Kentucky. She leaves behind her sister, Deborah M. Hernon of Cape May, NJ; her best friend, Jan Simmons of London, KY, plus a host of other friends and family to mourn her passing.…
- Plans are in the works to open schools in fall, despite some superintendents' concerns that guidelines make it impossible
- Booth-owners pull merchandise out from Vendors Mall
- Local teen wins several awards in L.A. modeling competition
- Several new businesses open across Laurel County
- South Laurel High School: Senior scholarships and graduation honors
- Goforth pleaded not guilty, preliminary hearing set for June 9
- County tourism officials look at events, selling property
- Kentucky students eligible for new emergency food benefits
- Gordmans going out of business
- Laurel ranks higher than surrounding counties in 2020 County Health Rankings and Roadmap
All Kentuckians have a part to play in “flattening the curve” of the coronavirus outbreak, whether it’s staying healthy at home or providing essential healthcare services.
Health insurance companies in America make a staggering $100 billion yearly in profits. The Kentucky Department of Insurance should, in theory, provide a check and balance by keeping the insurance companies half way honest. When a citizen files a complaint with the Department, they do an imp…
I thank God that most Democrats in Laurel County and Kentucky see through the House Democrat’s “impeachment hoax.” Democrats tried to stop Justice Kavanaugh's confirmation with lies. They used the same tactics trying to oust our President.
I wish to thank all of Whitley, Knox and Laurel counties for the support and participation in the 2019 US Marine Corps Toys For Tots Campaign. This, being our third year in the area, we knocked it out of the ball park.
Another WJTE Stocking Stuffers event is now in the books! It always warms my heart to see those kids tear into their gifts! This was a record year, as 65 children of all ages and from every part of Laurel County, benefited from the generosity of the sponsor families! And my goodness, if my s…
Allegedly, Senator McConnell’s topic was “What is the future of America?” Our country, at statehood, was the United States of America, not America, because of its location on the North American Continent. Also, to the North was Canada, with both strong British and French influence. To the So…
November 21, 2019, in the United States, we witnessed the U.S. Houses’s Impeachment Committee ending its week of hearings that confirmed, in the minds of citizens that defend the U.S. Constitution, President Trump was guilty of crimes warranting impeachment.
The South Laurel Marching Band wants to thank everyone who turned out to welcome our children from Bowling Green Sunday. We were in complete awe and appreciation for everyone that turned out from the first responders who led the parade into town to the well-wishers who just wanted to express…
Some folks have begun to call themselves Liberal. I looked up the definition. Those folks aren’t really liberal. The dictionary definition used words like “forward thinking, generous, broad minded and open minded.”
October 27, 2019, the Electoral College elected President of the United States announced murder of the co-founder of a Muslim group dedicated to establish a Muslim homeland in Iraq and Syria in response to the US sponsored Jewish Nation-State in Palestine confirming centuries old acts of mur…
The Laurel County Historical Society would like to thank those who came to our Open House event on Saturday, October 12. Our staff had worked hard for several weeks on the exhibits and arrangements and we were excited to share them with members and friends. We enjoyed seeing all of you and w…
As many people know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, you can’t go anywhere without seeing pink, but did you know it is also Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month as well? Not many people are made aware of this unless a loss has personally touched them in some way.
Laurel Village Assisted Living Community would like to take this time to recognize our London Utility Commission, along with Aquaculture Research Center, located in Frankfort, Kentucky and overseer of the London site operated by Ken Semmens, assistant professor in Aquaculture.
On Saturday, September 14, the Keavy chapter of the DAV (Disabled American Veterans) will be holding their annual Fish Fry – Gospel Music and auction from 4 to 8 p.m. At the Keavy Chapter building behind Keavy Elementary School. This fund raiser is used to support the Honor Guard.
Reference Sentinel-Echo’s Forum Letter to the Editor, Subject: “A salute to our firsts responders,” written by Mr. Garry McNabb, dated September 4, 2019.
Reference “Ending oppression includes for animals,” Sentinel-Echo Forum, August 28, 2019, written by Cody Nance demands a response.
Religious and national allegiance brainwashing is a common factor throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky; however, the rural area's indoctrination is more aggressive and remain an impediment to one's pursuit of life, liberty and happiness. Existing racism, bigotry and our country's aggressi…
Reference to article “In God We Trust” written by Editor David Suddeath, Glasgow Daily Times, published in Sentinel-Echo’s Forum Section, August 12, 2019.