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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue

Federal election fraud trial continued

PIKEVILLE — The vote-buying trial of the former mayor of Martin and four others scheduled to begin next week in federal court has been continued to May. ...subscribers>>
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Lowmansvile mobile home destroyed by Thursday fire

LOWMANSVILLE No injuries were reported in two separate residential fires in Lawrence County last week. ...subscribers>>
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155 pot plants found in residence

VAN LEAR Kentucky State Police arrested a Johnson County man in relation to an indoor marijuana-growing operation Thursday. ...subscribers>>

UPike plans optometry school

PIKEVILLE — Calling it "yet another milestone for this institution," University of Pikeville president James Hurley announced last Wednesday, Feb. ...subscribers>>

'Growing Appalachia' set

PRESTONSBURG — Learning about ways to save and earn money through small-scale farming, energy efficiency and renewables will be the focus of the fifth Growing Appalachia Conference Saturday, March 8, in Prestonsburg. ...subscribers>>

Superintendent search begins

New school chief expected to be named May 19

LOUISA The search for a new superintendent of the Lawrence County School District began Feb. ...subscribers>>
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Program helps Paintsville man

PAINTSVILLE — Tommy Dial needed a change. "I was trying to find something to do," said Dial, 44, who was paralyzed following a 1994 car accident. ...subscribers>>
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