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Pets and fireworks do not always mix

While fireworks, picnics and other Fourth of July traditions can be great fun for people, emergency management officials ...

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Voter registration numbers up for third straight month

For the third consecutive, month more new voters were added to Kentucky’s rolls than were removed, according to ...

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Garden club restarts tours after two-decade hiatus

Middlesborough (sic) Garden Club Chairman Phyllis Hopson put together the group’s first tour after an absence of nearly ...

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Covid report is a mixed bag for Kentucky

TOM LATEK Kentucky Today It was a mixed report in the weekly COVID-19 numbers released Monday by the ...

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Middlesboro Police hold active-shooter training at senior center

ELIZABETH MANNING elizabeth@middlesboronews.com The Middlesboro Police Department recently conducted an active shooter presentation at the Bell County Senior ...

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Lawsuit filed to re-establish abortion rights in Kentucky

MARK MAYNARD Kentucky Today As promised, abortion rights advocates filed a lawsuit in Kentucky, seeking to re-establish the ...

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AG urges consumers to report price-gouging

TOM LATEK Kentucky Today Attorney General Daniel Cameron is encouraging the reporting of suspected price-gouging to his office ...

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Southeast graduate turns side hustle into a career

NEWS RELEASE Harlan native Ben Cochran worked underground for 15 years before making a career change. The deciding ...

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Proposed EPA plan threatens Kentucky’s coal industry

STEVE BITTENBENDER The Center Square A proposed plan by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to regulate emissions could ...

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Prep standout Dillingham picks UK

Kentucky picked up a commitment on the recruiting trail when Robert Dillingham chose the Wildcats on Friday night. ...

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What does reversal of Roe v. Wade mean for Kentucky?

TESSA REDMOND Kentucky Today With the Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling that topples Roe v. Wade and Casey v. ...

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A warrior’s challenge in Harlan County

Summer is the time many fitness enthusiasts begin looking for outdoor challenges, hoping to spend some time in ...

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Governor declares water emergency for Western Kentucky town

Gov. Andy Beshear on Saturday declared a State of Emergency for the city of Marion, in Crittenden County, ...

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Program offers free produce for Kentucky seniors

Low-income seniors who are at risk of poor nutrition have been unable to get free fruits and vegetables ...

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Loan program designed to help boost local business

The Southeast Kentucky Economic Development Corporation announced a $1 million loan program to give the region’s tourism-related business ...

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LMU baseball camps continue through July

Head coach Justin Haywood and the Lincoln Memorial University baseball program will host five youth camps this summer, ...

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School choice advocates want state Supreme Court to overturn ruling

A Kentucky organization that promotes school choice initiatives filed an amicus brief with the state’s Supreme Court recently. ...

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U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, ending access to abortions in Kentucky

STAFF REPORT The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, bringing to an immediate end access ...

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Biden considers gas tax holiday amid nearly $5 national average

President Joe Biden said Monday he would decide on a potential gas tax holiday by the end of ...

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Hope vs. expectations

During the old days, you’d hope that UK would have some luck and have a winning season in ...