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Thu, Aug 21, 2014 01:27 PM
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Issue

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Two charged in triple homicide

Victims found in burned Martin County home

INEZ — Two people were arrested and charged with murder and other offenses in a triple homicide in Martin County last weekend. ...subscribers>>

Couple arrested for thefts

LOUISA Two people were arrested Aug. 13 in connection with the theft of rebar from the Elmo Greer Construction site on Rt. ...subscribers>>
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Jude delivers rushing, Daniel catches TD pass in EKU's second scrimmage

RICHMOND Senior Jared McClain and sophomore Bennie Coney each threw a pair of touchdowns in the Eastern Kentucky University football scrimmage Saturday morning at Roy Kidd Stadium. ...subscribers>>
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WORLD CHAMPION ARCHER

On August 10, Kyle Evans of Naugatuck, W.Va., won the 2014 IBO World Championship tournament in New York. ...subscribers>>
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What they don't report about Appalachia

by Hannah Fitch Dr. Ann Kingsolver, professor of anthropology and director of the Appalachian Studies Program and Appalachian Center at the University of Kentucky, met with Inez Deposit Bank interns Wednesday, June 25. ...subscribers>>
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Garden Seed Project allows Spence to pursue her hobbies

INEZ — Josephine Spence, 53, of Inez, has stage-four colon cancer, and she still manages to work in her garden every day. ...subscribers>>
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