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Son of missing couple arrested

OIL SPRINGS — A Johnson County man whose parents have been missing for several weeks was arrested Monday when he attempted to fill his father's prescription for methadone at a Paintsville pharmacy and his girlfriend has also been incarcerated on unrelated charges. ...subscribers>>

Floyd shooting probed

MARTIN — A Floyd County man is dead after being involved in an altercation on Oct. ...subscribers>>
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Apple Festival at 50

Pain clinic trial is continued

PIKEVILLE — A judge has delayed the trial of a doctor and the owners of a former Paintsville pain clinic charged with illegally distributing prescription drugs. ...subscribers>>

November hearing set for Sluss

INEZ — An evidentiary hearing is scheduled for November in Martin Circuit Court to hear testimony from two jurors in the trial of Ross Brandon Sluss, who was convicted in the 2010 head-on collision that killed 10-year-old Destiny Brewer and injured three others. ...subscribers>>

OVR forum set in Johnson Co.

FRANKFORT The Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) has scheduled visioning forums to give individuals with disabilities, advocates and other interested individuals an opportunity to provide feedback on the services OVR provides to Kentuckians with disabilities. ...subscribers>>

Area hospitals named to list

Three hospitals in the Big Sandy region are among more than 600 medical facilities nationwide to be named top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America. ...subscribers>>

School events winners announced

PAINTSVILLE — Winners of the Kentucky Apple Festival of Johnson County school events have been announced. ...subscribers>>

Tax amnesty program begins

FRANKFORT — In an effort to collect tens of millions of dollars owed to the commonwealth in back taxes, Gov. ...subscribers>>

Police probe car break-ins in Paintsville

PAINTSVILLE — The Paintsville Police Department is investigating multiple thefts from vehicles that occurred during the Kentucky Apple Festival last weekend. ...subscribers>>
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Boyd inducted into KAAC Hall of Fame

PAINTSVILLE — Former Paintsville High School principal Grayson Boyd was inducted Sept. ...subscribers>>
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Booth named chairman of state Chamber of Commerce

FRANKFORT — Martin County resident James H. Booth is the newly elected chairman of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. ...subscribers>>
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