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Staying Shelby Strong

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com One local girl has been in the hearts of many for the past few weeks, ...

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Kuzmich places second in OMED poster competition

NEWS RELEASE Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine student Meaghan Kuzmich, Class of 2024, presented the poster ...

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Beshear relaxes restrictions on medical cannabis

TOM LATEK Kentucky Today Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order on Tuesday allowing Kentuckians with certain severe ...

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Winter “Warm-Up” Clothing Drive

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com As the days grow shorter and the nights longer, the winter months are a season ...

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Homestead exemption increase is good news for seniors

TOM LATEK Kentucky Today The Kentucky Department of Revenue has set the maximum homestead exemption at $46,350 for ...

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Applications open for high-speed Internet grants

KENTUCKY TODAY Gov. Andy Beshear announced the application window is open for the next round of grant funding ...

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Christmas at Wilderness Road State Park

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com Celebrate Christmas with a host of various activities at Wilderness Road State Park in Ewing, ...

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Tons of unneeded medications disposed of in Drug Take Back Days

TOM LATEK Kentucky Today The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration says communities across the country continued support for DEA’s ...

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Smoking, lung cancer hit home in Kentucky

NEWS RELEASE University of Kentucky November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, bringing the spotlight to the country’s leading ...

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Challenges can’t slow Middlesboro florist

JORDAN BROOKS jordan.brooks@middlesboronews.com As Christmas approaches, A Touch of Class prepares for what the owner, Stephany Ramsey, says ...

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