For the Record
Accident claims one
Bishop dies in prison awaiting retrial
Crews work on Floyd County roads
15th annual Airport Days held in Martin County
- Unemployment rates down in 93 Kentucky counties - 10:05 am
- For the Record - 9:55 am
- Accident claims one - 8:45 am updated: 8:45 am.
- Bishop dies in prison awaiting retrial - 8:38 am
- Results from East Kentucky Works Survey to be unveiled Sept. 7 - 8:34 am
- Crews work on Floyd County roads - 8:29 am
- 15th annual Airport Days held in Martin County - 8:18 am
- Ivel slide work enters final phases; traffic impacts explained - 3:57 am
- ARC awards EKCEP $2.75 million in POWER funds to develop tech ecosystem - 3:48 am
- Minimum car insurance coverage drives panel’s debate - 3:30 am
- Floyd County man wins $50,000 on Powerball - 3:28 am
- Floyd County Schools: Stuffed bus returned - 3:19 am
- Local artist inspired by Appalachian heritage - 3:07 am
- $7.4 million POWER grant supports UPIKE’s mission - 3:02 am
- MSU hosts KRP summer institute - 2:58 am
- Walters, Preece and Price named to MSU Board of Regents - 2:56 am
- Expo targets small business owners - 10:49 am
- Three Floyd students named Sen. Jeff Green Scholars - 10:34 am
- BSCAP distributes over $7,000 in scholarships - 10:27 am
- Cops patrol on two wheels - 10:17 am
- Couple to appear in court on meth charges - 10:16 am
- Towles to appear in court Wednesday - 10:15 am
- Patton arrested for manufacturing meth - 10:14 am
- Student conquers addiction, starts college - 10:09 am
- Federal court rules in favor of school and state rights - 4:05 am
- Christian Appalachian Project saves energy and money with Kentucky Power - 3:59 am
- BSCTC set to launch 12-week accelerated session September 12 - 3:52 am
- Kentucky Power provides $75,000 to support technology job training - 3:50 am
- BSCTC partners with Kentucky Trucking Association to enhance curriculum - 3:46 am
- KSPPA receives donation for Run Signal 9 5K fundraiser - 3:16 am
- BSCTC president delivers passionate message at Southeast Kentucky Chamber Awards Banquet - 3:03 am
- Music named Director of Information Technology at BSCTC - 2:57 am
- Women Leading Kentucky Luncheon set for Sept. 21 - 2:14 am
- MSU Open House program dates set for fall 2016 - 2:06 am
- UPIKE Opening Convocation slated for Sept. 1 - 2:01 am
- Louie, a pup who won the heart of a town - 10:47 pm
- Work release program benefits many - 9:52 pm
- Kentucky’s unemployment rate drops to 4.9 percent - 10:39 am
- Group plans rally to support recovery - 10:35 am
- Grand Jury hands out indictments on nine individuals - 10:27 am
- Jail cracks down on illegal contraband - 9:39 am
- For the Record - 8:48 am
- Social workers, corrections officers get much-deserved pay raises - 3:45 am
- US Attorney’s Office announces successful results from Overdose Prosecution Initiative - 3:32 am
- BSCTC to offer Spring LPN class - 3:20 am
- King’s Daughters to host blood drive in Prestonsburg - 3:17 am
- BSCTC extends registration for Dental Assisting program - 3:14 am
- Commonwealth Educational Opportunity Center programs funded by USDE - 3:12 am
- New life breathed into Lung Cancer study initiated 15 years ago - 3:09 am
- UK Ag Economics students bring home the gold - 3:09 am
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