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Factory could be coming to Lawrence

Officials, business leaders working with unidentified company to locate in county

LOUISA — Lawrence County Judge-Executive John Osborne and the county's economic development coordinator, Catrina Vargo, along with New Energy Resources representative Suzie New and local businessman Darrell Perkins are working with a company that they say has agreed to put a factory in Lawrence County. ...subscribers>>
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Two arrested in robbery, beating of Johnson man

PAINTSVILLE — Two people were arrested Sunday in the beating and robbery of a Johnson County man Friday. ...subscribers>>

Lady Tigers win 15th Region All 'A' Classic

The Paintsville Lady Tigers basketball team is headed back to the All A State Tournament. ...subscribers>>

Paintsville, Johnson Central split first meeting; Lady Tigers and Golden Eagles get wins

PAINTSVILLE — The first meeting of the Johnson Central and Paintsville basketball teams ended in a split last Friday night at JCHS Fieldhouse. ...subscribers>>
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Carltons announce birth

Bradly and Mary Beth Carlton announce the birth of their son, Samuel Taylor Carlton. ...subscribers>>
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Patriot Pen Contest Winners

ALLEN CENTRAL MIDDLE School eighth-grade students Lindsay Caudill (left), Kade Scott (center) and Alivia Stumbo place first, second and third, respectively, in the Patriot Pen Essay Contest. ...subscribers>>

King's Daughters expands Louisa clinic services to include nephrology

ASHLAND — King's Daughters announced the expansion of its Louisa, clinic to include nephrology services. ...subscribers>>
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