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Witnesses claim stabbing victim was lured
SITKA A Johnson County man, who suffered ten stab wounds Sunday night after reportedly being lured to the scene of the brutal attack, is listed in stable condition at a West Virginia hospital. ...subscribers>>
Vote fraud probe gets guilty plea
Second try at ouster stalled
Woman killed in Lexington originally from Louisa
Illegal dump leads to delinquents
Coal spill
Lawrence hopes park at lake will boost tourism
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Suspect dies before murder trial
A Louisa woman accused of murder died just two days before her trial was scheduled to begin. ...subscribers>>
Magoffin deputies injured during arrest
Interest increasing for Stumbo's seat
Penix spending little time at City Hall
Radio knocked off the air
Missing bike returned to police
P'burg street lights may go out



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Dawgs take 64th District tourney
CANNONSBURG Lawrence County posted three runs in the top of the 10th inning to beat Boyd County in a game that spanned four days and earned its second consecutive 64th District baseball championship. ...subscribers>>
Lawrence misses medal by split second
Big bats lead Lady Rebs to first round win
Belfry ends Lady Hornet season
Cincy Reds to hold tryout camp at JC
Sports calendar
The shirt speaketh the truth
Johnson County youth to compete in nationals
Lady Dawg senior night
Battle of the Bluegrass reset
Jr. golfers
East Ky. drivers defend at Thunder Ridge
Powers captures fourth late-model at 201 Speedway
special reports
Cold Case Files-Part 1
Cold Case Files-Part 2
Cold Case Files-Part 3
Cold Case Files-Part 4
Cold Case Files-Part 5
Cold Case Files-Part 6
Cold Case Files-Part 7
Cold Case Files-Part 8
Cold Case Files-Part 9
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Vadie H. Maynard
Carl David Stafford
Harry Andrew Young
Woodrow Fraley
Kenneth Lambert
Judith Ann Roop
Marvie A. Estepp
James Michael Blevins
James Edward "Jed" Chapman
Clayton B. Salyer
Betty Lou Tackett
Lucy Setser
So, where's the Greenhouse Effect?
District Court dispositions
Property transfers
Suits filed
Marriage licenses
'Italian Job' is action event of summer
McDowell's Newman featured in MAC exibit
Horoscopes
Phi Beta Lamba students earn top honors
PIKEVILLE Pikeville College's chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) recently earned top honors during the annual Spring Leadership Conference in Louisville, garnering 22 awards in academic competition....tell me more>
Pre-registration for Head Start June 18
Summer food service program begins June 9
SCHS scholarships announced
DECA taking orders for Dawgs sandals
Coal outlook shows Martin's reliance on resource
BIG SANDY REGION Eastern Kentucky relies heavily on coal for jobs, especially in Martin County, where nearly 30 percent of people earn their living in the coal mines....tell me more>
Accident at Lovely injures one
P'burg notified of violation of drinking water standards
Stolen hospital equipment found with nurse
Garrett woman faces drug charges
Lawrence inducts members into National Junior Honors Society
Petting Zoo
Bike show to benefit Relay for Life
Second round of meetings on plant renovation set
KSP to have testing for new cadets
Tomahawk family suffers over past year
Despite colder weather, pools open
Lawrence among counties in emergency declaration
Water line break
New Lawrence Ethics Committee meets
Hannah donation
Being politically correct starting to wear thin
This country's growing obsession for the "politically correct" is beginning to wear thin. ...subscribers>>
This isn't your granpa's paper
Editorial cartoon
'Knock and it shall open'
My awards
Paintsville Main Street accepting new members
Foster parent appreciation
Auction will benefit Relay for Life
Hatfield places first in competition
Young-Bathon
Endicott-Osborne
Bowen-Kelley
Kirk-Walker
Appalicaition regional healthcare 2
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