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Covid numbers drop except in eastern Kentucky

Al Cross Kentucky Health News The weekly Covid-19 risk map for Kentucky took a solid turn for the ...

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Concerns aplenty for Cardinals

KENTUCKY TODAY Yellow flags weren’t the only thing flying around Cardinal Stadium Friday night where Louisville’s puzzling, Jekyll/Hyde ...

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Cats honor Stoops, shut out Penguins

KEITH TAYLOR Kentucky Today On a day that Kentucky honored football coach Mark Stoops on becoming the program’s ...

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Harlan church celebrates 102 years

JOE ASHER joe.asher@harlanenterprise.net Harlan County has a large number of churches, but few have the lengthy history of ...

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The Jenny Wiley story: Conclusion

JADON GIBSON Contributing writer The following morning, Jenny was again tied to a tree as the Indians prepared ...

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Funding helps Bell County produce historical coloring book

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com The Bell County Historical Society received a Local History Trust Fund Grant from the Kentucky ...

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Bell wrestlers ready to hit the mat

PAUL LUNSFORD Contributing writer The wrestling season doesn’t start for a couple more months, but Bell County High ...

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Miracle leads Bell County cross country

PAUL LUNSFORD Contributing writer Bell County cross country coach Jason Stewart began his 12th season at Bell County ...

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Softball teams host game to raise suicide awareness

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com On Sept. 3, three women’s softball teams paid $100 each to play in a three-team ...

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FEMA offers help fixing roads, driveways, bridges

KENTUCKY TODAY Residents in parts of eastern Kentucky covered by the Presidential Disaster Declaration may be able to ...

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Levitt manager says Middlesboro event has bright future

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com As programs officer for the Mortimer and Mimi Levitt Foundation in charge of managing nearly ...

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Sears Hometown Store holds ribbon cutting for new owner

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com Jim Fortner’s career at Middlesboro’s Sears Hometown store has come full circle. Fortner, who originally ...

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Wing and a prayer: Teams compete for cash prizes in annual cookoff competition

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com Saturday should be heaven on earth for chicken wing fans anywhere near Middlesboro as the ...

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One day, three festivals in Cumberland Gap

NEWS RELEASE Frequent visitors to Cumberland Gap, Tennessee will know that, over the past several years, there has ...

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UK’s Green eager to get back on the court

JAMIE VAUGHT Contributing columnist As a student-athlete, Blair Green has been around at UK for awhile, and she ...

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Concert series winding down: Victor Wainwright and the Train highlight second-to-last performance of ’22

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com Victor Wainwright and the Train visited the Middlesboro Levitt stage last Thursday for the penultimate ...

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Elks Lodge supports Vets Serving Vets

  JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com Middlesboro Elks Lodge 119 recently donated $500 to the Vets Serving Vets, a local ...

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Rodriguez to return in time to face Ole Miss

KEITH TAYLOR Kentucky Today Chris Rodriguez will return to the lineup soon, but the Kentucky standout running back ...

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KSP looking for Richmond man in death investigation

NEWS RELEASE Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a Richmond man in a ...

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Stoops gets milestone win in The Swamp

KEITH TAYLOR Kentucky Today Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops made history Saturday night in Gainesville. For the first ...