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Search continues for Clear Creek resident missing for six weeks

June 18, 2015
A photo taken as a school fundraiser during the school year with Hunter Jones, Natasha Fugate Jones, and Conner Jones.

    Reward for information increased to $2,000 By SHARON K. HALL Police and volunteers continue to search for a Knott County woman who went missing May 7. Her family still hopes she will return. However, they fear for her safety. Natasha Fugate Jones resides at 153 Singleton Branch with her grandmother Ola Chaffins,...

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Water district adds attorney to team

June 18, 2015

By SHARON K. HALL The Knott County Water and Sewer District met in special session Thursday with an agenda that would replace the regular meeting in June. Overall, the manager’s report was positive although a larger than usual claims list caused the expenses to...

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Diamond Divas win first Babe Ruth Softball crown

June 18, 2015
Diamond Divas win first Babe Ruth Softball crown

  By KAREN JONES CODY In Knott County, for the most part, it has been traditional that young boys have the option to play different sports throughout the year — basketball, baseball, football — but there have been less opportunities for girls. Three years...

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Troublesome Creek DAR joined by DAV on Flag Day

June 18, 2015

The Troublesome Creek Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at the Hindman Settlement School for their monthly meeting. The members enjoyed a very impressive program presented by the Knott Chapter DAV 171 under the...

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‘We’re still here’ — Jenny Wiley Theatre still open in Prestonsburg location

June 18, 2015
The cast of JWT's production of "Shrek- The Musical" enjoys one final rehearsal before opening the show on Thursday June 11to a sold out house. (Photo by Katrina Short)

By LYDA KENDRICK Mayor of Prestonsburg Les Stapleton, Jenny Wiley Theatre Executive Director Martin Childers, and Park Manager of Jenny Wiley State Resort Park Julian Slone all have one thing in common—they want the public to know Jenny Wiley Theatre is still open and...

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