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BURNSIDE, Ky. (WKYT) – Terry Drysdale of Independence had to wade out to the boat dock to get to his boat after parking his truck and trailer at Gen. Burnside Island State Park Friday afternoon. “I’m hoping I’m tall enough.

SOMERSET — Marina operators were pleased about the potential for a new business opportunity when Congress authorized floating cabins last year on lakes in the Cumberland River basin, including Lake Cumberland. Now, however, some operators are objecting to guidelines on

SOMERSET, Ky. (7/19/15) — The hills around Lake Cumberland are all abuzz, and it’s not with the sound of speedboats. More and more individuals in the area are coming to the county’s office of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service

Runoff from heavy rains in the Cumberland River Basin is pushing the level of Lake Cumberland upward to the highest point since the seven-year rehabilitation of Wolf Creek Dam was completed. The lake is predicted to crest Sunday night at

Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has issued a list of many job openings in the area. If you know anyone who is looking for a job or new career, have a look at the many job

WAYNE COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) – The Wayne County Coroner’s Office has identified a teenager, who drowned at Lake Cumberland. Family members confirm that 18-year-old Carl “Dudeus” Whitaker of Lexington, was pronounced dead at 2:20 p.m. on Saturday. “He had a

The Lake Cumberland Thunder Run: Situated in the beautiful Kentuckyian Lake Cumberland, the run has been going on 7 years strong and showed no signs of slowing down this year. Though it went down before the 4th of July, the

With the season officially changing from spring to summer, the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery (WCNFH) held their “Longest Day of Play” event last Saturday that was free for all children. In a press release from WCNFH, they said that

Some roads in Pulaski County looked more like rivers Wednesday into Thursday. Tim Lippert soon realized crossing Slate Branch Road wasn’t safe, and like everyone else he was following the advice of ‘turn around, don’t drown.’ “We’re having a hard

Marina operators left a public meeting Monday night calling “completely unworkable” U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ guidelines for floating cabins on Lake Cumberland and other lakes in the Cumberland River Basin. Nonetheless, the hour-and-a-half informational session ended with the guidelines