Area News

First Students Earn Four-Year Degrees At CU Harrodsburg

Graduates at Campbellsville University Harrodsburg will celebrate two milestones this month. In addition to receiving their diplomas, the class of 2021 includes the first group of students who have completed all four of their undergraduate years at the Conover Education Center, which opened in 2016 and began enrolling undergraduate students in 2017. For the rest…

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Burgin Completes Audits

Jennifer Marsh Herald Staff [email protected] The City of Burgin announced the completion of their audit at their Tuesday, April  20, regular meeting of the city council. “We are glad to finally be able to move forward after being hamstrung for so long by the mess we inherited. The process has been long and frankly frustrating…

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CORRECTION ON CALHOUN MURDER CASE

Due to an error, the incorrect picture was used on the print version of this story. This is the correct image of Gerald Calhoun, 50, of 218 Hill Street, who was indicted last week on charges including murder and tampering with physical evidence. The person pictured in the print version has nothing to do with…

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Calhoun Indicted For 2020 Murder

    Editor’s Note: Due to a production error, the wrong image was used in the version of this story that ran in this week’s print edition.  Robert Moore Herald Staff [email protected] A Harrodsburg man has been indicted for a murder that happened last year. Gerald Lamont Calhoun, 50, of 218 Hill Street, was arrested…

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Public Hearing On Zoning Amendment To Allow Drug Treatment Centers In Harrodsburg

If Amendment Is Approved, Drug Treatment Would Be Allowed On Conditional Basis Robert Moore Herald Staff [email protected] The Harrodsburg-Mercer County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing next month on a proposed text amendment to Harrodsburg’s zoning ordinance. If approved, drug treatment facilities would be allowed as a conditional use in I-2 (heavy…

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