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Students get firm foundation from ACTC program
From fusion cooking to pastry composition with flair, students soon to graduate from Ashland Community and Technical College’s culinary program say they’ve been given an excellent foundation for careers in commercial kitchens, country clubs or even their own restaurants.
Massive Easter egg hunt in Greenup
Greenup County Farm Bureau is having a massive Easter egg hunt between 12:30 and 2 p.m. Saturday at its office on U.S. 23 and Ky. 2 in Greenup.
Former Greenup County bank teller gets 41⁄2 years
In what a federal judge called one of the largest embezzlement cases he’d ever seen, a former Greenup County bank teller was sentenced Monday to 41⁄2 years in prison for stealing more than $800,000 from her ex-employer.
1993 East Carter High School shooter suspected in assault
A contact food services worker at the Kentucky State Penitentiary was assaulted and seriously injured Saturday, allegedly by the man serving a life sentence for the 1993 slayings of a teacher and a custodian at East Carter High School.
Gary Scott Pennington, 38, was placed in segregation pending internal and external charges following the incident, which occurred about 1:45 p.m. Saturday, according to a news release from the Kentucky Department of Corrections.
Local family in midst of marathon tragedy
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings that shook the world.
Body ID’d as missing South Shore man
A body found late Friday off East Tygarts Road is believed to be that of a South Shore area man who disappeared from his home seven months ago.
Flatwoods police chief suspended
The Flatwoods police chief has been suspended pending a hearing that could lead to his dismissal.
FBC Russell dedicates nearly $4M facility
Mia Floyd ran between rows of green, yellow and purple chairs Sunday at First Baptist Church and away from her mother, Erin Floyd.
MEET THE BEAGLES
Dozens of beagle owners gathered in Boyd County on Saturday for an American Rabbit Hunters Association field trial, one of several events set across the country this year.
Changes at Childers
Adaptability has been a crucial element for Ed Childers at Childers Nursery and Greenhouse Center in the rural Carter County community of Rush.
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