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The City of Coal Run police department has a new member. 19 year old Austin Kendrick of Pikeville was made an Honorary Police Officer during the city commission meeting Feb. 18. Police Chief Anthony Maggard said Kendrick is a very special young man who has a great interest in becoming a poli…

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Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #29, Pikeville, recently donated $500 Walmart gift cards to the Family Resource and Youth Service Centers at Pike County’s elementary schools. Presenting the donations were Lodge President Terry Thompson, Pike County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Harrison and Pike Cou…

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During the Feb. 16 Pike County Fiscal Court meeting, the court discussed participating in the Challenge Partnership Agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for a cooperative effort cleanup project at Fishtrap Lake with the county utilizing their 2021 illegal open dump cleanup grant f…

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Although Eastern Kentucky has previously seen busy flu seasons, ongoing measures to prevent COVID-19 this year have likely led to a significant decline in new flu cases across the region.

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Two members of Pike County’s legislative delegation spoke to the Pike County Fiscal Court on Feb. 16 about actions being taken and proposed in Frankfort.

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From the early 1900's, the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Clinchfield Railroad systems have always had an impact on the livelihood of many people from Elkhorn City. According to Morris "Mule" Wallace, C & O trains would deliver freight to Dunleary (end of the line) for pickup by Ott Ratliff…

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The impeachment is over, again. The pandemic is still here and we had an entire year’s worth of winter in a week. I’m pretty much done with politics, illness and the weather. Good thing there is plenty of wine.

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