Eddyville, KY

Opinion

State education planning to take 2 steps back

Kentucky lawmakers are considering a number of education changes that would be considered a leap forward if the state was a small village in Algeria.Not long after going down the road of opting to b ... More

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Good (and bad) of daylight saving time

The good news: summer is closer than it feels. Seriously, it’s coming. I know everyone has gotten their hopes up lately only to run out of the house one morning in shorts and a shirt only to fi ...

Everything new is old again

Everything from my childhood has officially become everything for my daughter’s. For a little background, I grew up in the 80s. I saw the birth of both Transformers and GI Joe. Summers were spe ...

Be kind, please rewind

Kids have a special way of making you feel like some outdated dinosaur lumbering around in their world. Generally, they don’t mean to. Kids are mostly nice people, even if a lot of them need hel ...

Make the most of it

As mentioned in last week’s Herald Ledger, next year a solar eclipse will dominate our landscape. It will provide Lyon County with just over two minutes of fame as one of the best spots in the ...

Report from Frankfort

The success of a legislative session is often defined on an issue that emerges out of committee meetings, floor debates and rallies that punctuate the lawmaking process. Last year it was the heroin e ...

Orders hit and miss for Bevin

One of the first actions of incoming governor Matt Bevin was to promptly undo the final few actions of outgoing governor Steve Beshear. It shouldn’t have been too big of a shock. Political parti ...

Good to be home

Like millions of people around the country, the Norwoods loaded up the car and headed south for the holidays. You may be asking how I know there were millions traveling south. Even if you aren’t ...

News

Nonnie's Place benefit returns this Saturday

The second annual Nonnie's Place Benefit is set for May 20 at the Grand Rivers Community Center in Livingston County. The event will feature an evening of dining, dancing, drawings and a silent auct ...

Public input requested on countywide planning

After countless hours of work, the Eddyville-Kuttawa-Lyon County Joint Planning Commission has a draft of the proposed comprehensive plan that includes input on zoning and construction issues likely ...

Service animal program looking to help veterans

American Legion members are hoping to find a local veteran in need of a life-changing service dog.

American Legion Post 68 members began looking several years ago for local ways to help combat a star ...

Tourism raises questions with few answers

Concerns have been raised at multiple meetings recently about possible violations of the newly appointed Kuttawa tourism commission. City leaders disagreed on some of those issues Monday night.

Member ...

Sports

Lyon County tennis ready for regional matches

Lyon County's Tennis team will open the regional tournament next week in Hopkinville. Coach Zach Thomas returns again this season with a talents roster ready for the postseason.

"LCHS boys and girls ...

Lyons ready for rough run

Following a rainy season that forced games delays and an ever changing schedule, Lyon County is facing 11 games in 10 days against some of the First and Second Region's best to finish out the regula ...

Lyon teams advance through Class A openers

Lyon County's baseball and softball teams had little trouble Monday defeating Fort Campbell in the opening round of the Class A Second Region Tournament.

Playing in Eddyville, the Lady Lyons idled t ...

Lyons earn road wins

Lyon County closed out one month and opened the next with road wins.

On March 31, the Lyons defeated Paducah Tilghman 5-3.

On April 2 in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., the Lyons beat Jeffersontown High Sch ...

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