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Collecting for caleb

THE PAINTSVILLE POLICE Department in cooperation with the family of a young Johnson County cancer patient, Caleb Cook, collected donations Saturday, April 20, at various locations in Paintsville from 8 a. ...subscribers>>

More charges in Blanton case

PAINTSVILLE — The Johnson County Grand Jury issued 41 indictments last Wednesday, including one against a man charged with having taken physical possession of farm equipment and livestock stolen from Larry Blanton, whose body was found along with his wife Sandra's near a barn on the their property. ...subscribers>>

Doctor settles civil claims

FRANKFORT — A Floyd County doctor paid the federal government $50,000 to settle civil claims against her after she failed to account for nearly 5,000 prescription pills at her office, according to U. ...subscribers>>

Thirteen arrested in 'cleanup'

PAINTSVILLE – Officers with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, working in conjunction with members of Operation UNITE, began "Operation Spring Cleanup" last Thursday, arresting 13 people charged with multiple drug-related offenses. ...subscribers>>

Regional disaster exercise scheduled today, tomorrow

If you see yellow and blue decontamination tents dotting your local landscape on or around April 24, be assured there is no cause for alarm. ...subscribers>>
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McDonald's money

FORT GAY (W.Va.) Elementary teamed up with McDonald's in Louisa April 11 to raise money for its school through a McTeacher's Night Fundraiser. ...subscribers>>

EKCEP seeks job partnerships

HAZARD — The Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program (EKCEP) and its Hiring Our Miners Everyday (H. ...subscribers>>

KOGA to host meeting today

PRESTONSBURG — The Kentucky Oil and Gas Association (KOGA) will host its April membership meeting at Jenny Wiley State Park today (Wednesday), with House Speaker Greg Stumbo to be the keynote speaker for the evening meeting. ...subscribers>>

Johnson spring cleanup May 1-31

PAINTSVILLE — The Johnson County Fiscal Court will sponsors its annual spring cleanup May 1-31. ...subscribers>>

Jobs Clubs to begin meeting

If you're eager to finally find a job, it's time to spring into that new career with Job Clubs of Eastern Kentucky. ...subscribers>>

Prescription medication take-back event slated

Food City has partnered with Operation UNITE to collect and safely dispose of unwanted or unused medications this Saturday, April 27, which is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. ...subscribers>>

Bids awarded for asphalt projects

FRANKFORT – More than $27 million in asphalt rehabilitation projects have been awarded by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet as the spring construction season gets underway. ...subscribers>>

Drug forum is Saturday

PAINTSVILLE – Medical professionals are invited to attend a free training on prescription drug abuse and diversion Saturday, April 27, at the Ramada in Paintsville. ...subscribers>>
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