Giving Tree signups extended
ASHLAND - Because of lower-than-expected turnout, CAReS will accept signups for the Giving Tree from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 3:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
After signups are closed, no additional families will be accepted.
Still no city manager hiring
ASHLAND - The Ashland Board of City Commissioners met in recessed session Thursday and again adjourned without hiring a new city manager.
The meeting was recessed until 2 p.m. Wednesday, at which time the process will resume, Mayor Chuck Charles said.
The commission is seeking to hire a successor to Steve Corbitt, who is retiring at the end of the year.
ACTC offering free haircuts
ASHLAND - Cosmetology students at Ashland Community and Technical College are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the college with free haircuts next week.
The students will offer the cuts from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday in the cosmetology building, which is at the entrance to the student parking lot on Oakview Road.
Students also will be offering free haircuts and styling for Locks of Love donors who have 10-inch or longer ponytails. The donated hair will be made into wigs for financially disadvantaged children suffering from long-term medical hair loss.
Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are encouraged and may be made by calling (606) 326-0565.
Also, the department will have an open house from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Giving Tree signups extended
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Sheriff candidates ready for election
With no incumbent in the Boyd County Sheriff’s race, Republican and Democrat candidates for the post will square off in their respective primaries next month.
Russell High School wins State Science Olympiad
The long ride home from Bowling Green was tinged with disappointment for Russell High School students who believed they’d finished as also-rans in the state Science Olympiad last weekend.
Russell Middle School state Science Olympiad champions
From identifying hundreds of insects to designing and operating mechanical contraptions that just look like insects, a team of Russell Middle School students took their research and technical skills to the Science Olympiad in Bowling Green last week and came back state champions.
Kitchen jazzes up downtown lunch hour
Some came to enjoy the relaxing sounds of cool jazz and traditional tunes at lunch, while others attended in hopes of picking up a few tricks from a master musician as guitarist Chris Kitchen kicked off the Melodies & Masterpieces concert series in downtown Ashland Friday afternoon.
Sparks, Waddell in Carter Coronor’s race
Incumbent George A. Sparks of Grayson will face challenger William Waddell of Olive Hill in the Democratic primary election for the Carter County coroner’s seat.
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It was in her own death that Donna Schoonover helped William Schoonover redefine his life.
The snow kept gospel singer Guy Penrod chilling a little longer than it should have this spring.
Raising the roof
Leaks will soon be a thing of the past at Star Elementary School, where workers are busy putting up a new roof.
Fire at Russell care facility
A care facility for the elderly in Russell was temporarily evacuated following a fire in the kitchen Wednesday night.
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