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There are no current cases of COVID-19 in Greenup County after the health department reported all 13 patients to have tested positive have reached recovery.

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GRAYSON Grayson Gallery and Art Center hasn’t let the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic hinder its activities.

FRANKFORT The State Board of Elections on Friday approved a plan to allow every Kentuckian to cast an absentee ballot for Primary Election due to the coronavirus pandemic.

For the first time in three decades, East Carter baseball coach Jeremiah Shearer will not get to spend the spring on the diamond.

In the midst of litigation over the Jan. 28 ouster of Braidy CEO Craig Bouchard, the board of directors tried to affect a stock split, which would've allegedly diluted the power Bouchard has on the board.

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On Sunday, March 22, Governor Andy Beshear issued an order closing all non-essential retailers to the public and mandating a postponement of all elective medical procedures. Businesses that may remain open during this emergency action include:

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GRAYSON Grayson City Council members and mayor George Steele maintained social distancing – by spreading tables apart and sitting at opposite ends – and wore face masks during a special meeting of council last Monday that was broadcast on Facebook Live.

MOREHEAD Corey Fipps answered the question with the force of a blindside quarterback sack.

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Eddie Paul Harr, 85, of Greenup, Kentucky, passed away July 1, 2020, in Woodland Oaks Health Care in Ashland, Kentucky. He was born in Truitt, Kentucky, Aug.. 13, 1934, a son of the late Albert Oscar Harr and Anna Daniels Harr. Paul was a member of the Greenup Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witne…