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Boyd County scholar donates items to Safe Harbor of Northeast Kentucky  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ASHLAND, Ky. — McKinney "Mac" Meek of Boyd County, a 2018 Rogers Scholar, is helping to provide more recreational opportunities for Safe Harbor of ...

Foundation for the Tri-State Community announces 54 scholarships  The Independent

ASHLAND Fifty four scholarships and awards totaling $54815 have been presented to young men and women from funds at the Foundation for the Tri-State ...

Kentucky Students Open Food Truck to Serve City's Hungry and Homeless Youth  CBN News

Two students in Ashland, Kentucky are tackling food hunger head on this summer by opening a food truck to serve the county's hungry and homeless students.

Teacher facing sex abuse indictment resigns  WSAZ-TV

BOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) -- A former teacher is accused of sexually abusing a student from a different school district. He resigned from his position the same ...

Student walkout turns into all-school event at Paul Blazer High School  WSAZ-TV

A nationwide student protest took a different tone at Paul G. Blazer High School.

Ashland and Boyd County struggling with enforcing late-night fireworks  WSAZ-TV

Late night fireworks ordinances are tough to enforce in eastern Kentucky.

Frustration over fireworks persists | News  The Independent

The new city of Ashland fireworks ordinance has not deterred some from setting off fireworks in the municipality after hours, city officials said.

“You Don't Know Me!” — New column from Jim Fannin  The Independent

They say you can't go home. Who are “they?” They don't know me and they don't know my hometown of Ashland, Kentucky. This past week I drove about 500 ...

Iron Ore Hiking Trail making progress  The Independent

SUMMIT Kenny Messer is blazing away at the Armco Park Iron Ore Hiking Trail.

Renovation progressing at Blazer  The Independent

ASHLAND The multi-phase renovation of Paul Blazer High School's multi-building campus continues with work on buildings 3 and 4 almost complete and more ...

Blazer JROTC cadets have final inspection  The Independent

ASHLAND Lt. Col. Matt Chapman is more than pleased with his JROTC cadets for the work they accomplished this school year.

Students renovating food truck to feed hungry students  WOWK

Many programs offer to help hungry students during the school week, but what happens when they go home on the weekend with nothing to eat? A group in ...

The Gatton Academy selects 96 students for class of 2021 – Lane Report | Kentucky Business & Economic News  The Lane Report

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky has selected 96 Kentucky sophomores for the class of 2021. “We are ...

Braidy Industries' Board of Directors to Grant $1000 Student Leader Scholarships to 11 High School Seniors in 2019  Business Wire

Braidy Industries, Inc. (“Braidy”) announced today that again this year, the Company's Board of Directors will grant post-secondary scholarships and i.

Sharman Janine Parks Moore, 68 - The Interior Journal  Interior Journal

You have read 3 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Sharman Janine Parks Moore, the former publisher of The Interior Journal newspaper in Stanford, died ...

Officials: Blazer pool building needs to come down quickly because of roof deterioration  The Independent

ASHLAND Ashland school officials are meeting with contractors and working out plans to demolish the swimming pool building at Paul Blazer High School as ...

Ashland artist featured at Briggs Library - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

Ashland, Kentucky artist Angela S. Lewis currently has original paintings on display at the Briggs Lawrence County Public Library in Ironton. A 1991 graduate of ...

Blazer graduation  The Independent

ASHLAND Paul G. Blazer High School will hold its 2015 graduation at 7 p.m. Friday at Putnam Stadium, weather permitting, with James Anderson Gymnasium ...

‘He demeans us.’ Why 8 players left HS basketball team after investigation into coach.  Lexington Herald-Leader

Eight students in Eastern Kentucky have quit playing for their high school basketball team due to their Board of Education's handling of alleged grievances ...

ACTC graduates shine bright on the Paramount stage  Huntington Herald Dispatch

ASHLAND, Ky. — Tiffany Clay, of Olive Hill, Kentucky, was one of more than 700 students to walk the Paramount Arts Center stage Monday evening in ...

Specifics of firework ordinance detailed  The Independent

ASHLAND The city's Board of Commissioners conducted its first reading of a new firework ordinance on Thursday.

A night to remember: Blazer girls make the most of their chance to cheer, shine  The Independent

ASHLAND — Half a dozen girls at Paul G. Blazer High School claimed their places in the Tomcat athletic pantheon Monday, shaking pompoms and chanting ...

Ashland ROTC cadet wins top award | News  The Independent

ASHLAND No one gets to the top alone, and Keeston Clark made sure to point that out Thursday when he accepted a top award for his leadership in Paul G.

Special delivery: Governor, first lady surprise young artist; entourage also spends nearly 3 hours with Ramey-Estep teens, staff  The Independent

ASHLAND — While Paul G. Blazer High School students knew Gov. Matt Bevin was stopping by on Wednesday, freshman Anistyn Conner was clueless she was ...

Ashland teachers rally against proposed pension cuts  WSAZ-TV

Local teachers are holding walk-ins to demonstrate against the proposed cuts.

Kentuckian behind promotion of new Christian film 'Unplanned'  Kentucky Today

GREENVILLE, S.C. (KT) - Kentuckian Gary Gentry feels passionately about his vital role in promoting the new Christian movie, “Unplanned,” which opened in ...

Ashland band members recall Moore days  The Independent

ASHLAND J. Larry Moore said he learned more in the seven years he directed the Paul G. Blazer High School band than any other time in his career.

Russell High School takes regional Governor's Cup | News  The Independent

RUSSELL — Russell High School's academic team won the regional Governor's Cup competition Saturday solidifying their spot in the state competition.

Ashland twins help community with service projects  The Independent

Ashland twins help community with *service* projects. by rachel adkins. the daily independent. ASHLAND Jack and Emma Latherow are two peas in a pod when it ...

Photo investigation leads to discipline | News  The Independent

One Paul G. Blazer High School student has been disciplined in connection with a group of students who allegedly were exchanging inappropriate photos on ...

Mom speaks out after daughter becomes victim of Snapchat cyberbullying  WSAZ-TV

ASHLAND, Ky. (WSAZ) -- A mother is sharing her story after her daughter has become a victim of cyberbullying. The incident surrounds a Snapchat group of ...

Actress Ashley Judd purchases house in Ashland | Local News  The Independent

Actress Ashley Judd had purchased a house in the northeastern Kentucky city of Ashland when she was considering running for U.S. Senate.

MARK MAYNARD: 42 years and no longer counting | News  The Independent

There are 22 steps from the lobby to the second floor of The Daily Independent. I've traveled those L-shaped stairs what seems like a million times.

Local basketball players win big AAU tourney, put on show in front of college coaches  Chillicothe Gazette

The Mid-Ohio Pumas White team, an AAU basketball team with local high school players, won their gold east bracket in Louisville over the weekend.

Sharman Moore, former IJ publisher, dies - The Interior Journal  Interior Journal

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Sharman Janine Parks Moore, the former publisher of The Interior Journal newspaper, has died. Moore, who ...

Kentucky's Gary Gentry behind promotion of new Christian movie, 'Unplanned,' now at theaters  User-generated content

By Tom Stultz Kentucky Today. GREENVILLE, S.C. (KT) – Kentuckian Gary Gentry feels passionately about his vital role in promoting the new Christian movie, ...

Clark to run in Dem primary for state rep  The Independent

FRANKFORT Democrat Terri Branham Clark said she filed to run for state representative in the 100th District because she believes Kentucky public education is ...

MARK MAYNARD: Touchdown Tomcats! Blake recalls historic run  The Independent

Fifty-two years have passed since Bill Blake last played in a high school football game.

Judge sentences Lane to life for murder of Ashland man  The Independent

ASHLAND Jacob Lane was sentenced to life in prison Friday after he delivered a brief apology to the family of the 21-year-old Ashland man he murdered.

Christmas movies theme for WWOL parade (with parade lineup)  The Independent

ASHLAND The theme for the Winter Wonderland of Lights Christmas Parade on Tuesday is Christmas movies.

Entertainment exec plans to return for Blazer reunion  The Independent

Herb Trawick credits growing up in Ashland, and especially the influence of Tomcat coach Steve Gilmore, with providing him the foundation he needed to build a ...

Museum curator found her dream at home  The Independent

ASHLAND Heather Akers didn't know until she started working at the Highlands Museum and Discovery Center just how rich Ashland's historical heritage is.

5 Republicans running for Boyd County jailer  The Independent

Five Republicans are competing for Boyd County jailer in the GOP primary.

Church's goal to meet needs of disenfranchised, spread message of hope and love  The Independent

ASHLAND The sanctuary is always dark, the furniture absent and the walls dingy and worn.

Achy Breaky anniversary  The Independent

ASHLAND — “He was about a 10-year overnight success,” said the late great DJ Chuck Black.

MARK MAYNARD: Conley, Ross friends for life | Sports  The Independent

ASHLAND Herb Conley gave Bill Tom Ross his start in coaching in 1970.

Diaper dandies collect more than 10000 in drive  The Independent

ASHLAND Eat your heart out Dick Vitale. Meet Ashland's Diaper Dandies: Madeline Tipton and Britta Dalton, a pair of seniors at Paul G. Blazer High School who ...

Lane pleads guilty to murder of 21-year-old Ashland man  The Independent

ASHLAND A 25-year-old Franklin-Furnace man on Tuesday switched his plea to guilty in the murder of a 21-year-old Ashlander found dead from a single ...

Marshall's Class of 2022 Yeager Scholars is announced | Marshall University  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - The Society of Yeager Scholars has announced its 32nd class of students, who will begin their studies at Marshall University this fall.

Former local athlete killed in crash  The Independent

A former standout athlete at Raceland-Worthington High School was killed Saturday evening in a one-vehicle accident on Interstate 64 in Clark County.

Judd history long and local | News  The Independent

ASHLAND During the 1970s, at least one local country music radio station refused to play back-to-back songs recorded by female artists. An outspoken ...

Paintsville appoints longtime basketball coach to mayor's office  The Independent

PAINTSVILLE Bill Mike Runyon led Paintsville High School's basketball team for 29 years — now he'll lead the city.

McCann and Marty | Wedding Announcements |  Helena Independent Record

Mike and Kim McCann of Ashland, Ky., are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kayla Faye Scott McCann, to Jeffrey Todd Marty.

Town Center seamed with changes of 1980s  The Independent

ASHLAND The 1980s brought many changes and new things to Ashland.

Selected Winners of Musical Inspirations Art Contest to Debut at Gheens Foundation Great Expectations Concert  Broadway World

Winners have been announced for the unique Musical Inspirations Art Contest, hosted by The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts and Louisville Orchestra.

Pastor Marty Gute's ecumenical upbringing leads him to find his own way in faith  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CEREDO - Marty Gute grew up in Ashland."My dad and his family came to Ashland in 1925," Gute said. "They were haberdashers and tailors, dealing in men's ...

Empowering Students Through Technology  WMKY

Each year the Student Technology Leadership Program ( STLP ) showcases projects from thousands of students across Kentucky in a competition. This year,

Ashland native enjoys life aboard USS Anzio  The Independent

NORFOLK, Va. — A 1992 Paul G. Blazer High School graduate and Ashland native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Anzio.

Kazee lands guest starring role in 'Shameless'  The Independent

ASHLAND Life has changed considerably for Ashland native Steve Kazee since winning a Tony Award in 2013 for his performance in the musical “Once.”

Rainier Beach's Kevin Porter Jr., Central Valley's Lexie Hull to compete in skills contest to air on CBS  Seattle Times

The eighth annual event gathered 24 of the nation's best boys and girls basketball players to compete Tuesday in San Antonio.

RONDA NIXON: Let's show support for our Thin Blue Line  The Independent

Retired Boyd County Sheriff Deputy Phillip Slone was only 55 years old when a drunk driver crossed the grass median on 16th Street in Huntington, causing his ...

Kicking the heroin habit | Local  The Independent

Matt Boggs of Ashland spent a decade bouncing between rehab and a raging heroin habit.

Gatton Academy selects 100 students for Class of 2018  WKU News

The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky has selected 100 Kentucky sophomores for the Class of 2018. “Our admissions process was as ...

48 Gatton Academy students return from 3-week study abroad program in England  WKU News

Forty-eight Gatton Academy students have returned home following a 23-day study abroad program to London and Harlaxton College in Grantham, England.

EKU Names Jason Stein As New Baseball Coach  EKU Sports

RICHMOND, Ky. – Former Eastern Kentucky University infielder Jason Stein was named the school's new baseball coach, EKU Director of Athletics Mark Sandy.

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