CATLETTSBURG — Boyd County Schools is offering free lunches until 3 p.m. today and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday at Catlettsburg Elementary.
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One-run fun: Ashland on smiling side of close game vs. East
After opening the season with a 2-1 victory, Ashland has had a hard time cracking the close game code.
- Hensley rises, fires as Kittens win big
- Diller, Mackie spark Raceland
- Red Devil trio 3-hits J. Central
- West improves to 10-2, 2-0 against Lewis
- One-run fun: Ashland on smiling side of close game vs. East
While virtually all cities in northeastern Kentucky provide their residents with some utility services — water and sewer, mainly, and sometimes natural gas — to the best of our knowledge, Olive Hill is the only town in the FIVCO region with its own electrical company.
- 'Waited too long'
- Enact HB 3
- State officials cease efforts to stop advance of ash borer
- Demise of apparel industry in Kentucky continues
- What's next?
Lana Bellamy: Waking up America's youth: 4/18/14
I once read a quote by a man saying the reason today’s youth do not have the same “spunk” as youth in the past is because they do not have inspiration.
- Mark Maynard: Let’s just forget about it: 04/17/14
- Uncovering forgotten treasures
- Political stories worth retelling
- Tim Preston: Great salmon; finding Dr. Amy; and more Maria: 4/13/14
- Lana Bellamy: Waking up America's youth: 4/18/14
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Another amazing finish
Kentucky defeated Wisconsin 74-73 in the national semifinals on Saturday night, winning again on a late 3-pointer from Aaron Harrison. The Wildcats play for their ninth championship on Monday night against Connecticut.
- Kentucky freshmen against UConn comeback players
- Kentucky took the hard way to verge of Final Four
- Seldom-used Hood plays different roles at Kentucky
- NCAA TOURNAMENT: Cats, Cardinals both play Friday night at 9:40
- Another amazing finish
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Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites
The president of Minnesota State University-Mankato accused a football coach of looking at Internet porn on a work computer before firing him, an arbitrator has revealed. The official said the claim could not be supported, and the coach shouldn't have been fired.
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- No shows escaped death by Craigslist killer
- A 9-year-old's 'avalanche' of ailments confounds specialists
- Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites