Residents up in arms over Ruto's stalled goodies
The construction of Kerenga airstrip and the renovation of Kericho Green Stadium, now renamed Kiprugut Chumo Stadium, remain unfinished nine months later.
By 18 days ago
Residents up in arms over Ruto's stalled goodies
South Rift leaders vow to thwart scheme to frustrate Gachagua
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's allies in the South Rift region have vowed to thwart an alleged scheme by some United Democratic Alliance leaders to frustrate him.
By 19 days ago
South Rift leaders vow to thwart scheme to frustrate Gachagua
Energy Ministry to rehabilitate Kipsigis forest
The forest which is part of the larger Londiani forest, located in Kipkelion constituency has deep traditional significance to the Kalenjin community.
By 25 days ago
Energy Ministry to rehabilitate Kipsigis forest
Deputy governor's makeshift bridge sparks hot debate
The previous bridge on Kipchorian River connecting Kabunech village and Kipkelion town was swept away by floods in April, forcing residents to risk their lives while crossing the swollen river.
By 30 days ago
Deputy governor's makeshift bridge sparks hot debate
Counties leaders demand higher stake in tea estate sale
The leaders said the community will settle for a share more than the 15 percent offered.
By 1 month ago
Counties leaders demand higher stake in tea estate sale
Outrage as gang brutally murders cousins in Sigowet
The assailants stole the victims' phones and money.
By 1 month ago
Outrage as gang brutally murders cousins  in Sigowet
Judge awards octogenarian land bought in 1970s via proxy
Paul Keino, 82, paid for part of the 37 acres of land in Kapkures, Bomet County, through his cousin, Tapnyobii Maina, who is now deceased.
By 1 month ago
Judge awards octogenarian land bought in 1970s via proxy
Senior Kericho officials linked to Sh39 million Kazi Mtaani scandal
House committee says firms were awarded contracts without being pre-qualified.
By 1 month ago
Senior Kericho officials linked to Sh39 million Kazi Mtaani scandal
Cooperatives protest Lipton tea estates sale to Sri Lankan firm
At least ten cooperative societies in South Rift region have questioned the sale of Lipton tea estate to Sri Lanka's Browns Investment Plc, claiming the deal was skewed.
By 1 month ago
Cooperatives protest Lipton tea estates sale to Sri Lankan firm
Intern teachers in Kericho issue strike notice
The 600 intern teachers who were posted to Junior Secondary School (JSS) have demanded to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms before schools reopen for second term.
By 1 month ago
Intern teachers in Kericho issue strike notice
Seven people die in gruesome road crash in Kericho
The Toyota Probox collided head-on with a trailer along the Kericho-Nakuru highway on Monday evening.
By 2 months ago
Seven people die in gruesome road crash in Kericho
All set for Japanese used car auction at Naivasha's dry port
Event will open its doors to the public on April 24, at the special economic zone area. Development to reshape automotive landscape by substantially reducing the cost of importing Japanese vehicles.
By 2 months ago
All set for Japanese used car auction at Naivasha's dry port
Family feud leads to uprooting of 45-acre tea plantation in Kericho
The rift between the two brothers and their seven sisters escalated after a judge ruled that the property be shared equally.
By 3 months ago
Family feud leads to uprooting of 45-acre tea plantation in Kericho
State to distribute 1.8 billion pyrethrum seedlings to farmers
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mithuka Linturi has announced that the government will distribute 1.8 billion pyrethrum seedlings to farmers across the country.
By 4 months ago
State to distribute 1.8 billion pyrethrum seedlings to farmers
Girls who dropped out of school get a second chance at education
Woman rep comes to girls' rescue and awards them scholarships to return to school. Promises to empower the young mothers to build a brighter future.
By 4 months ago
Girls who dropped out of school get a second chance at education
Ruto allies plot radical surgery in Judiciary
President William Ruto's allies have vowed to challenge the perceived disruption of government projects by the Judiciary.
By 5 months ago
Ruto allies plot radical surgery in Judiciary
Londiani crash: Accident that shocked the country
In a horrific incident on June 30, a lorry carrying cement collided with multiple vehicles at the Londiani road junction, resulting in the tragic deaths of 53 individuals.
By 5 months ago
Londiani crash: Accident that shocked the country
Forty passengers survive bus accident in Londiani
A 66-seater bus carrying 40 passengers was involved in an accident at the Tunnel area along the Londiani-Muthuroni road early on Thursday morning.
By 6 months ago
Forty passengers survive bus accident in Londiani
40 injured in Londiani highway crash
The accident which occurred at around 3am left the passengers with multiple injuries.
By 6 months ago
40 injured in Londiani highway crash
Wedding called-off after bride requests for more time
A close buddy of the groom Collins Too told The Standard of how he meets the bride.
By 6 months ago
Wedding called-off after bride requests for more time
Governor Mutai outlines growth plans as he pays over Sh500m bills
Kericho was among other counties leading in high pending bills before last year’s elections. Governor says county on right track to achieving its development agenda.
By 6 months ago
Governor Mutai outlines growth plans as he pays over Sh500m bills
Police arrest man over wife's murder
A 46-year-old technician at James Finlay Tea Estate has been arrested over the gruesome murder of his wife.
By 6 months ago
Police arrest man over wife's murder
Four killed in Kericho fatal crash
Four passengers, including a four-year-old boy, have died in a fatal road accident at the Kipsitet-Muhoroni junction along the Kericho-Kisumu highway.
By 6 months ago
Four killed in Kericho fatal crash
Four killed, scores injured in Kericho accident
Four passengers including a four-year-old boy have died in a road accident at the Kipsitet-Muhoroni junction along the Kericho- Kisumu highway.
By 6 months ago
Four killed, scores injured in Kericho accident
Residents up in arms over Ruto's stalled goodies
The construction of Kerenga airstrip and the renovation of Kericho Green Stadium, now renamed Kiprugut Chumo Stadium, remain unfinished nine months later.
By 18 days ago
Residents up in arms over Ruto's stalled goodies
South Rift leaders vow to thwart scheme to frustrate Gachagua
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's allies in the South Rift region have vowed to thwart an alleged scheme by some United Democratic Alliance leaders to frustrate him.
By 19 days ago
South Rift leaders vow to thwart scheme to frustrate Gachagua
Energy Ministry to rehabilitate Kipsigis forest
The forest which is part of the larger Londiani forest, located in Kipkelion constituency has deep traditional significance to the Kalenjin community.
By 25 days ago
Energy Ministry to rehabilitate Kipsigis forest
Deputy governor's makeshift bridge sparks hot debate
The previous bridge on Kipchorian River connecting Kabunech village and Kipkelion town was swept away by floods in April, forcing residents to risk their lives while crossing the swollen river.
By 30 days ago
Deputy governor's makeshift bridge sparks hot debate
Counties leaders demand higher stake in tea estate sale
The leaders said the community will settle for a share more than the 15 percent offered.
By 1 month ago
Counties leaders demand higher stake in tea estate sale
Outrage as gang brutally murders cousins in Sigowet
The assailants stole the victims' phones and money.
By 1 month ago
Outrage as gang brutally murders cousins  in Sigowet
Judge awards octogenarian land bought in 1970s via proxy
Paul Keino, 82, paid for part of the 37 acres of land in Kapkures, Bomet County, through his cousin, Tapnyobii Maina, who is now deceased.
By 1 month ago
Judge awards octogenarian land bought in 1970s via proxy
Senior Kericho officials linked to Sh39 million Kazi Mtaani scandal
House committee says firms were awarded contracts without being pre-qualified.
By 1 month ago
Senior Kericho officials linked to Sh39 million Kazi Mtaani scandal
Cooperatives protest Lipton tea estates sale to Sri Lankan firm
At least ten cooperative societies in South Rift region have questioned the sale of Lipton tea estate to Sri Lanka's Browns Investment Plc, claiming the deal was skewed.
By 1 month ago
Cooperatives protest Lipton tea estates sale to Sri Lankan firm
Intern teachers in Kericho issue strike notice
The 600 intern teachers who were posted to Junior Secondary School (JSS) have demanded to be employed on permanent and pensionable terms before schools reopen for second term.
By 1 month ago
Intern teachers in Kericho issue strike notice
Seven people die in gruesome road crash in Kericho
The Toyota Probox collided head-on with a trailer along the Kericho-Nakuru highway on Monday evening.
By 2 months ago
Seven people die in gruesome road crash in Kericho
All set for Japanese used car auction at Naivasha's dry port
Event will open its doors to the public on April 24, at the special economic zone area. Development to reshape automotive landscape by substantially reducing the cost of importing Japanese vehicles.
By 2 months ago
All set for Japanese used car auction at Naivasha's dry port
Family feud leads to uprooting of 45-acre tea plantation in Kericho
The rift between the two brothers and their seven sisters escalated after a judge ruled that the property be shared equally.
By 3 months ago
Family feud leads to uprooting of 45-acre tea plantation in Kericho
State to distribute 1.8 billion pyrethrum seedlings to farmers
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mithuka Linturi has announced that the government will distribute 1.8 billion pyrethrum seedlings to farmers across the country.
By 4 months ago
State to distribute 1.8 billion pyrethrum seedlings to farmers
Girls who dropped out of school get a second chance at education
Woman rep comes to girls' rescue and awards them scholarships to return to school. Promises to empower the young mothers to build a brighter future.
By 4 months ago
Girls who dropped out of school get a second chance at education
Ruto allies plot radical surgery in Judiciary
President William Ruto's allies have vowed to challenge the perceived disruption of government projects by the Judiciary.
By 5 months ago
Ruto allies plot radical surgery in Judiciary
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