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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue

Doctor's trial delayed until August

PIKEVILLE — The trial of a former Paintsville pain clinic doctor charged with federal drug offenses has been continued. ...subscribers>>

Bath educator named new superintendent in Martin Co.

INEZ — The Martin County Board of Education voted May 7 to hire Bath County School District personnel director Steve C. ...subscribers>>
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Unknown origin

A VACANT HOME located near the intersection of routes 40 and Rt. ...subscribers>>

Ex-road worker pleads guilty

LOUISA — A former state highway department employee charged with drug trafficking while in a state vehicle was scheduled to go to trial in Lawrence Circuit Court on Monday, but instead entered a plea agreement Friday and is scheduled to be sentenced June 14. ...subscribers>>

Stolen items recovered

WEST VAN LEAR — Stolen items were recovered from three different counties when the Johnson County Sheriff's Office responded to a complaint of a stolen wallet in West Van Lear April 26, according to a press release. ...subscribers>>

More than 8,000 in Big Sandy to be added to Medicaid

FRANKFORT — An additional 8,200 residents of Lawrence, Johnson, Floyd, Martin and Magoffin counties will be eligible for Medicaid benefits in 2014 following Kentucky's expansion of the federal program. ...subscribers>>

Jail suit to continue

PAINTSVILLE — A motion filed by the Big Sandy Regional Jail Authority to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former applicant for administrator of the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center was denied May 3. ...subscribers>>
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