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There are two times in a man's life when he shouldn't gamble. When he can't afford it and when he can. In the case of Big Julie, the only thing he couldn't resist was temptation. Consequently, when Nicely Nice slithered up to him in a bar and confidentially told him in a low whisper -- with his hand partially over his mouth so no one could hear -- that a horse race had been fixed, Big Julie slipped him $250 to be on the horse that Nicely had assured him was fixed to win the race. Actually, the only fix Nicely Nice knew about was the financial fix he was in and he vanished completely from sight with Big Julie's 250 smackers.

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CINCINNATI -- Pulaski County High School softball sophomore Riley Hull has thrived on pressure-packed situations throughout her high school career, as a hitter at the plate and defending the plate as a catcher.

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LONDON — With more than 500 spectators attending the event, the third annual Trispy Awards were held at London Community Center Tuesday honoring the outstanding achievements of Tri-County high school athletes, coaches and teams for the 2018-19 school year.

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The property many locals refer to as the “Big Dig” will again come up for auction next month, however this time, ownership will for sure change hands as the auction is absolute.

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The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents approved the operating budget for 2019-2020, which Barry Poynter, the university's finance treasurer, said is "an expression of priority to the university."

GLASGOW – Tubes, Tunes & BBQ, an event that mixes tubing with live musical entertainment, fireworks and family fun is set to take place on June 29 at Beaver Creek Park off Happy Valley Road.

GLASGOW — Glasgow Police Department Officer Mason Wethington and Lt. Justin Kirkpatrick told a group of students that one of the hardest parts about their job is when they have to respond to the scene of a wreck.

GLASGOW – Twenty years ago this week, Greg Fowler was reported by his wife as missing. He has yet to be found.

A couple weeks ago my editor sent me an email asking me to go to the Corbin Rotary Club meeting. She said the speaker was going to be the director of Mountain Outreach.

GRAYSON – A Grayson man was arrested at a local residence on Thursday afternoon after state police said he allegedly shot his father in the back of the head. 

I’m sure you will agree that most of us humans have very peculiar and quirky personalities. It’s strange how we are easily influenced and persuaded in certain things, and stubborn as a mule about others. When it comes to admitting we are wrong in our views or that we are heading in the wrong direction, it doesn’t take long for us to reveal our contrary and rebellious attitudes. Most people seldom say it out loud, but are content with the way they believe and hope that everyone will leave them alone and mind their own business. Which by the way, explains why many individuals are not interested in going to church or reading the Bible. However, when it comes to personal transformation, our spiritual relationship with God is not the only topic on the menu.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Candace Coyle, the new project site manager for Blue Grass Chemical Agent Pilot Plant (BGCAPP), announced that 30 mustard filled munitions had been successfully destroyed since the start of destruction on June 7.

Eastern Kentucky University welcomed more than 200 educators for a week-long summer program that refreshed their skills, introduced new ways of teaching and learned about the new Advanced Placement (AP) resources that are available to them.

Imagine if you went into work today, gathered a group of your coworkers together, and when the boss came up and asked what you were doing, you told him to mind his own business?

With the hopes of opening within the next few weeks, the Sheltowee Falls Splash Pad has hit a major snag as announced during Monday’s City Council meeting.

After more than a year of reaching for accreditation, the Richmond Police Department was officially recognized as an accredited agency at Tuesday's city commission meeting.

CATLETTSBURG More than two years after a series of explosive Facebook posts appeared accusing them of improprieties, Ashland’s economic development director and a city police sergeant testified in court Monday in a defamation suit they filed against a local restaurant owner who made the online accusations.

After four structures that were once home to the Richmond City Schools were razed in January for updates at the Telford YMCA, many African American residents of Madison County had a piece of history erased as well, leaving many upset of the old schools' demolition.

CATLETTSBURG – A man who was inadvertently released from the Boyd County Detention Center in February was sentenced to a decade in prison on a variety of cases including a probation violation, third degree assault, forgery, and escape.

Like many who grew up in four-channel TV homes as I did, I vividly remember the first video game that arrived at our family’s door. Actually, I should say “extended” family because as I recall, Santa brought it for all of us, albeit connected to a TV in my grandparents’ home.

The courage demonstrated by the soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944 is hard to comprehend.

Nearly 70 investors, bankers, business owners and members of the community gathered Tuesday to set their sights on learning about options within Opportunity Zones during a comprehensive seminar at the Highlands Museum and Discovery Center.

Nearly 100 people gathered on KY 801 North Tuesday to witness the Independent Stave Company break ground for their Commonwealth Cooperage, expected to create 220 jobs with a $66.5 million investment.

The once and possibly future attorney general Greg Stumbo made a stop in Somerset on Monday to connect with area Democrats and discuss issues, primarily his views on the opioid crisis.

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