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RHOAR women’s recovery center opens in Middlesboro

Officials from Cumberland River Behavioral Health and the Fletcher Group were joined by representatives from the federal, state ...

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4 from BCHS named to All-SEKC Track Team

Four members of the Bell County HIgh School track team were named All-SEKC at the Southeast Kentucky Conference ...

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Three from MHS sign to cheer at LMU

It was a big day for the  Middlesboro High School Cheerleading program as three seniors from MHS signed ...

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Vanderbilt keeps Kentucky from being outright SEC champion

Vanderbilt played the role of spoiler on Saturday, defeating No. 2 Kentucky 12-4 at Kentucky Proud Park to ...

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Fish and Wildlife encourages safe boating

In conjunction with National Safe Boating Week, May 18-24, 2024, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources ...

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Eastern State Hospital celebrates 200 years

On Friday, representatives from the state, including Lt.Gov. Jacqueline Coleman, the city of Lexington and the community joined ...

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Roark: Seek the stillness

By Steve Roark Columnist   I may be writing this for myself because I am a bona fide ...

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Bobcats close regular season with loss to McCreary Central

Bell County will enter this week’s 52nd District Tournament as the No. 1 seed after winning all six ...

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Lady Lions enter district tourney on four-game winning streak

Staff Report Rachel Howard pitched a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts as Pineville closed its regular season schedule Thursday ...

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SKCTC business professor retires after 33 years, will further sports writing career

Longtime educator Jamie Vaught understands the importance of timing. Following a career that spans three decades, the professor, ...

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