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Christmas Day on the borderland in 1750

By Jadon Smith Contributing Writer Christopher Gist was born in Maryland in the early 1700’s and learned surveying ...

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As coronavirus cases increase, so do hospitalizations and deaths

The pandemic continued to accelerate in Kentucky Monday, especially in hospitals but also in new cases. Kentucky reported ...

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Farmers encouraged to apply for new ag exemption number

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles is reminding agricultural producers about the upcoming deadline to apply for ...

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Fried chicken, the Colonel, and a Nashville businessman

By Bill Carey Guest Columnist You may not have heard of the late Nashville businessman Jack Massey. But ...

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Christmas wreath program honors fallen Kentucky State Police officers

The Kentucky State Police (KSP) has 37 fallen officers who have died in the line of duty since ...

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New contest encourages 4-H’ers to get creative with country ham

The 4-H country ham project is one of the most highly anticipated 4-H activities each year. In 2022, ...

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Middlesboro man charged with firing shots at Knox County residence

On Monday, Nov. 22, at approximately 6:58 p.m., Knox County Dispatch received a call in regard to an ...

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Adams continues state voter registration clean-up

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – Secretary of State Michael Adams has announced that more voters were removed from Kentucky’s ...

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Knoxville Symphony Orchestra to bring holiday spirit to East Tennessee communities

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra kicks off the holiday season this December in Harrogate, Dandridge and Athens with three ...

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Recognizing the signs of bullying

By Brian Good Bell County Extension Agent While we have come a long way in raising bullying awareness ...

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