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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue

Wet/dry petition still under review

LOUISA — A local business owner in Louisa turned in a petition in August to the Lawrence County Clerk's office asking for a wet/dry vote to be put on the ballot, but whether or not the signatures are valid has not yet been released. ...subscribers>>

Delinquent tax bills sold at auction

LOUISA — Lawrence County tax bills were sold by County Clerk Chris Jobe in a public auction last week, with 56 bills sold to four different companies and one individual that brought in $54,000. ...subscribers>>
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Two-vehicle crash

TWO PEOPLE WERE transported to Three Rivers Hospital for treatment after being involved in a collision last Wednesday afternoon on Rt. ...subscribers>>
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Services held for Blaine teacher

LOUISA – A Blaine Elementary School teacher died suddenly Thursday. ...subscribers>>

Fallsburg Christmas event set

FALLSBURG — Inspired to bring an old-fashioned Christmas celebration to the Lawrence County area, a group of Fallsburg residents met  Saturday, Aug. ...subscribers>>
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Road widening

CONSTRUCTION CREWS HAVE made a great deal of progress in the project that will widen Rt. ...subscribers>>

Hearing reset for Stepp

LOUISA — A pretrial conference scheduled for a Lawrence County man charged with the robbery of Inez Deposit Bank in June was reset for Sept. ...subscribers>>

'Kynector' grants awarded

FRANKFORT — The Cabinet for Health and Family Services' Office of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange (KHBE) has announced initial grant awards to agencies and organizations that will be known as "kynectors" to assist consumers who enroll for healthcare benefits through kynect, Kentucky's Healthcare Connection. ...subscribers>>
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