The Energy and Environment Cabinet announced January 6 that approximately $1.36 million in grant funding has been awarded by the Kentucky Pride Fund for cleanup of 129 illegal dumps in 24
Cumberland County awarded $92,000 to clean up illegal dumps
The Begley Scholarship is a highly sought after, incredibly competitive program named after the sixth president of Lindsey Wilson College, John B.
CCHS Cheerleaders receive $500 donation for Cheer Camp The Beauty Spot held their first annual Spring fashion show, and donated $500 to Cumberland County High School Cheerleaders for Cheer Camp.
Local film chosen as finalist Unashamed Productions, a local film making company, had an exciting weekend at the Christian Worldview Film Festival.
Courtney Pritchett, a senior at Pickett County High School in Byrdstown, Tennessee, and the daughter of Cumberland County News editor, Cyndi Pritchett, has been named the Divison 1 Class A Miss
Guffey wins Best of Show Local artist, Billy N. Guffey, won the Best of Show Award at the opening of the 31st Annual U.S. Bank Celebration of the Arts Exhibition in