• Pamela Todd May: Lon B, Mary Evelyn Rogers Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient


    PIKEVILLE — The Southeast Kentucky Chamber of Commerce honored the life work of Pamela Todd May with the 2017 Lon B. and Mary Evelyn Rogers Lifetime Achievement Award on August 17.


  • Register today for annual race to support LLCC cancer patients


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) encourages the community to participate in the 4th annual Colors of Courage 5K Run/Walk on August 26 in downtown Pikeville. Proceeds will benefit underinsured patients of Pikeville Medical Leonard Lawson Canter Center.


  • Pikeville Medical Center welcomes Dr. Rivera


    PIKEVILLE — Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) proudly announces the addition of Mariano E. Rivera, D.P.M., Podiatrist Physician.


  • Local scouts among thousands at national jamboree


    JEAN, W.Va. — The 2017 National Scout Jamboree was held at Summit Bechtel Reserve on July 19-28. Over 37,000 Boy Scouts from 39 different countries, ventures and explorers took part in the 10-day event.


    Forty scouts and leaders from Blue Grass Council participated in the Jamboree, including six scouts and two leaders from Pike County.


  • View solar eclipse safely


    Many are waiting anxiously for the solar eclipse that will happen on August 21, and Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) urges everyone to view the eclipse safely.


  • Book cart travels through PMC


    Volunteer Services at Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) has set up a traveling book cart for patients and their families. The cart is a collaborative effort with the Pike County Public Library in Pikeville.


  • Letcher County Rocks brings community together


    LETCHER — Two Letcher County sisters identified a way to bring families and their community closer together through art and adventure.


    The brain child of Kate Collins and Madisyn Sexton came to fruition in the creation of Letcher County Rocks.


    "We started this because we love to spend time together. To us, nothing is more important than family," Madisyn said.

  • FAITH + GRIT: Eastern Kentucky projects showcased


    PIKEVILLE – Creating jobs, enhancing regional innovation and improving the quality of life across eastern Kentucky was the focus for the fourth-annual Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) summit held at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center on August 4.


  • Highlights from the 2017 SOAR Summit


    PIKEVILLE — Nearly 1,250 people and more than 130 groups made their way inside the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center to take part in the 2017 Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) Summit held on Aug. 4.


    Here is a look at some of the highlights:


  • PMC's Stop the Bleed campaign SAVES LIVES


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) Trauma Department has spent several months implementing the Stop the Bleed campaign.


    PMC is using this time to bring attention to the types of traumas people sustain and ways to prevent them while training law enforcement and first responders.