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Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order mandating that all Kentuckians must wear facial coverings in certain public situations starting 5 p.m. July 10, following days of continuous COVID-19 case spikes throughout the state.

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On Saturday, July 4, residents from Prestonsburg and Floyd County made their way to the city for this year's Fourth of July fireworks show. However, the fireworks wasn't the only thing for individuals to enjoy, as the city held a small carnival during this past weekend. The carnival opened u…

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Roughly one in seven Americans live with a disability that impacts daily mobility. The average cost of a wheelchair ranges from $500 to $2,000 without insurance, seriously curbing access to this essential equipment for patients who lack proper coverage. The University of Kentucky’s Center of…

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The Superintendents’ Advisory Council met virtually on July 6 to discuss the Kentucky Department of Education’s developing guidelines for how school districts can reopen in the fall, shedding light on what parents, guardians, employees and students might expect.

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On Friday, July 3, a new contract was "overwhelmingly" approved upon by members with SEIU Dist. 1199 who work at Highlands ARH Regional Medical Center. The decision comes on the heels of a candlelight vigil which was held on the front lawn of Highlands ARH's Medical Center, where workers and…

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On Friday, June 26, a ribbon cutting was held to welcome Beauty within Yoga Studio to Prestonsburg. The yoga studio is located inside the old post office located at 113 South Central Ave. in Prestonsburg and according to owner Leslie Nelson, she and her team are excited to offer something th…

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Individuals came to Prestonsburg from near and far on Saturday to participate in the first Levisa Fork Paddlefest of the season, something Mayor Les Stapleton said the city was excited to offer given the current climate due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Big Sandy Area Community Action Program (BSACAP) Head Start has received $978,113 through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, according to a statement from BSACAP. These funds will support Head Start services to low-income children under the age of 5 in the five co…

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