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Candidate for sheriff arrested

PAINTSVILLE — A Johnson County man who filed paperwork in March declaring his intention to run for sheriff next year was arraigned Monday on drug-related offenses and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing today (Wednesday) in Johnson District Court. ...subscribers>>
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Floyd Co. attorney listed as missing

PRESTONSBURG Kentucky State Police confirmed Tuesday that they are conducting an investigation into the disappearance of a Floyd County attorney who seems to have vanished without a trace. ...subscribers>>

Man charged with striking Prestonsburg cruiser in pursuit

PRESTONSBURG A preliminary hearing is scheduled July 17 in Floyd District Court for Jeffrey Blackburn, the son of Floyd County Sheriff John K. ...subscribers>>
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Meth found near Paintsville pool

PAINTSVILLE — A Johnson County man arrested July 2 on drug-related offenses in connection with methamphetamine found near the Paintsville city pool is scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Johnson District Court today (Wednesday). ...subscribers>>

Kentucky Power PSC hearing today

FRANKFORT — Kentucky Power filed a stipulation and settlement agreement with the Kentucky Public Service Commission July 2 after it was accepted by two of three groups intervening in the asset transfer case filed by the company in December 2012. ...subscribers>>

Hours of operation announced

PAINTSVILLE — The city of Paintsville has announced hours of operation for its recreational facilities throughout the city. ...subscribers>>

VPO to open

OIL SPRINGS — The Kentuckiana District of the U.S. Postal Service will welcome its newest Village Post Office (VPO) July 17 in Oil Springs, marking the 38th VPO to open in the district this year. ...subscribers>>

Schools merge

PRESTONSBURG — South Floyd high and middle schools will become one following recent action by the Floyd County Board of Education. ...subscribers>>

Feds temporarily shut Floyd mine

ARLINGTON, Va. — A recent report says that federal mine inspectors temporarily closed a Floyd County mine in May due to various violations. ...subscribers>>
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