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Meece, 85, gave her car to family who needed transportation
Virginia Meece isn’t one to take credit for her good deeds.“I had very little to do with it,” she said of her recent act of generosity. “It was all the Lord’s doing.”But even if she is doing God’s will, Meece has impressed those around her at the Highlands Assisted Living Community — where she now lives — with her recent actions.
City, county come to terms on EMS dilemma
City and county officials may be mending their fences, at least temporarily, as they work toward a more permanent solution to a disagreement over EMS funding sources.
Two-car crash on North U.S. 27 claims Glasgow woman
One woman was killed and three others injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred Saturday morning north of Somerset.
Pub 311 on West Mt. Vernon first of its kind during ‘wet era’
The average American sports bar is a place where you can go after work to take the edge off, talk to buddies, watch the game — a place where, to quote the TV theme, everybody knows your name.Darby Radmanesh is hoping that she’s provided just such a place for Somerset now as well.Radmanesh is the woman behind The Pub 311, Somerset’s first real sports bar of the town’s post-”wet” era.
Corps no longer has fingers crossed about dam
After nine long years of worry, engineers at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Nashville District say their fingers are no longer crossed.
Rogers says it will be a great year for tourism
Congressman Hal Rogers, on a congressional break and at his Somerset district office, made several salient points during an interview Thursday with the Commonwealth Journal.
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- Corps outlaws fishing near Wolf Creek Dam
- Southern Middle student finalist in national contest
Local man killed by train
A man was apparently struck and killed by a train Tuesday evening near the West Columbia Street crossing, according to Somerset Police.
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