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Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, millions of people watched and listened as history was made by the astronauts of Apollo 11 as they took "one giant leap for mankind" by taking man's first steps on the moon.

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GLASGOW – A Glasgow-based company has been awarded a five-year, $5 million federal contract to perform architectural and engineering services for Army, Air Force and other military and government and civil works projects.

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LLOYD Greenup County and Raceland Independent school officials will meet today with a state-appointed hearing officer to resolve a dispute about enrolling children across district lines.

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We had been kayaking for at least an hour when we came upon it. They, my fellow kayakers, said it was coming up, but I wasn’t too thrilled at the idea of jumping into the river that was a little cooler than the lake temperature I’m used to.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — A Corbin man accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend in May before fleeing the scene and eluding police for more than a month will have his case presented to a Whitley County grand jury following a preliminary hearing Tuesday.

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We had been kayaking for at least an hour when we came upon it. They, my fellow kayakers, said it was coming up, but I wasn’t too thrilled at the idea of jumping into the river that was a little cooler than the lake temperature I’m used to.

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The Rowan County Public Library is helping astronaut Don Thomas teach the community about space Tuesday, July 30 at the Morehead Conference Center.

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With summer road trips and vacations in full swing, a survey reveals which gas station brands have the highest-rated restrooms making them the best bet when one must make a pit stop.

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GLASGOW – Barren County Fiscal Court unanimously agreed on Tuesday to pay a graduate of the InterApt Skills-based BC Skills program $1,600 for a computer application he developed for management of road maintenance issues.

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“Skin is what you feel at home in / And without it, furthermore / Both your liver and abdomen / Would keep falling on the floor” —“Skin” by Allan Sherman

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After receiving criticism from doctors and tattoo artists, Kentucky health officials have decided not to move forward with the portion of a proposal that prohibited tattooing over scarred tissue.

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Braidy Industries Chief Executive Officer Craig Bouchard said the company is on track for opening its Atlas mill in 2021 with the company also on schedule for raising the necessary capital.

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Kentucky employers have a growing front-line awareness of the devastating impact the opioid epidemic is having on our state. They know that this epidemic is more than a public health issue. It is also a serious workforce issue that must be addressed -- with employers playing a key role -- if they are going to meet their challenges of finding and retaining workers.

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Investigators have released grisly details in the death of Savannah Spurlock during a preliminary hearing for David Sparks in Garrard County District Court Monday morning.

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The word crusade is one that is often associated with “war” a type of “holy war” at that. History tells us brave and honorable men went out during “crusades” to reclaim sacred and holy lands in the name of God. A “church sanctioned” campaign if you will.

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My wife, Carmen, and I did something a little out of the ordinary during the Independence Day festivities a couple weeks ago. We went to the Tri-County Cineplex with her mother and stepfather to watch the movie, “Jaws.”

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ASHLAND Officials anticipate the upcoming Braidy Industries $60,000 Women’s Tennis Classic will bring in more visitors this year, making its economic development impact even larger.

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ASHLAND Officials anticipate the upcoming Braidy Industries $60,000 Women’s Tennis Classic will bring in more visitors this year, making its economic development impact even larger.

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CATLETTSBURG Two of five former deputy jailers charged with manslaughter in the death of a Boyd County inmate appeared in court on Friday but their pretrial conference had to be rescheduled for a future date due to what was described as pending federal activity.

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ASHLAND – Police reports detail more costly thefts of telephone wire from a communication service — thefts that impacted hundreds of customers recently.

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The Levitt AMP Berea 10-week music series, which has been growing in popularity since its pilot year in 2017, will kick off its third year Friday, July 19 in Berea's "Old Town" Artisan Village with a "Beautiful Harmony Celebration," inspired by the new era of Emperor Naruhito, "Reiwa."

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Some say that reimplementing into society and the workforce is the hardest part about recovering from addiction.

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GLASGOW – Billy Ray and the bicycle he was riding got hit by an SUV early Wednesday morning, but by Thursday morning, he was thanking folks via his Facebook page for all their comments and support.

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Over a nine-month span, 22-year-old singer/songwriter Sydney Adams has diligently worked on her five-song project, and she’s ready to showcase all of her talents on her biggest platform yet.

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Ellen was a sight to be held, which Larry probably had in mind when he was introduced to her at a party as Dr. Smith. Consequently, when the party came to a close and Larry -- tall, dark and handsome -- requested the pleasure of driving her home, Ellen accepted the offer alacrity.

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The plane crash that took the lives of four Pulaski Countians in November 2017 was blamed on pilot disorientation in the accident’s final report from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

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Aside from the wonderful cat-lover groups I follow, about the only reason I still have any social media accounts is because of my job.

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