Communities cancel festivities because of weather
Posted: 6:04 PM - Several communities have already canceled their weekend plans in anticipation of the wintry weather.
The Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee is my guest this Monday (July 30) on Issues & Answers.
5th District Congressman Hal Rogers is in his 16th term and is now the longest serving Kentucky Republican ever elected to federal office.
We’ll discuss the economy, health care, drug abuse and the Presidential election, plus I’ll take some of your questions from Facebook, Twitter and this blog.
What would you like to ask the Congressman? Submit your questions now.
Thanks for watching WYMT-TV.
I welcome your thoughts and comments.
Thanks for making WYMT-TV your source for news and information. We appreciate your trust.
God Bless America!
Neil Middleton <><
WYMT Mountain News
Appreciate Freedom – Thank a Vet!
Join me on Facebook
Follow me on Twitter
Join me on Google+
Do you have an opinion you want to share? Let me know your thoughts. You can comment on this blog or send me your “Letter to the Editor”.
Here’s is the policy:
Email your letters to email@example.com
Letters should be no more than 300 words. However, exceptions will be made at the discretion of WYMT.
We reserve the right to edit and/or reject letters for content, clarity and length. Please do not make personal attacks, libelous or inappropriate statements.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Updated: 6:22 PM - Kentucky Utilities are staying on alert as a winter storm approaches.
Updated: 6:21 PM - With snow and ice both in the forecast road crews and emergency managers are facing a big challenge.
Updated: 6:21 PM - Rain in Bath County is causing a concern for officials.
Updated: 6:22 PM - The winter storm could impact the state high school football championship games in Bowling Green. As of right now, the games are scheduled to go on, but the KHSAA will make changes if necessary.
Updated: 6:54 PM - South Africa's president says Nelson Mandela has died at age 95. Jacob Zuma says "we've lost our greatest son."
Posted: 4:54 PM - A handwritten working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen's 1975 hit "Born to Run" has sold for $197,000 at a New York City auction.
Posted: 4:52 PM - Be Ready Lexington is giving out tips for families to stay safe during winter storms
Posted: 4:15 PM - A Kentucky Republican senator who may run for president says bankrupt Detroit needs lower tax rates to recover.
Posted: 3:33 PM - Lexington Police are searching for a man suspect in a string of recent robberies.