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The Thomas C. Cecil Lodge #375 recently delivered bicycles to the nine schools in their jurisdiction for the school attendance program. Students with perfect attendance will be placed into a drawing and one girl and one boy from each school will get a bicycle.

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Big Sandy Community and Technical College Workforce Solutions has partnered with Big Sandy RECC and AEP to launch the Lineman Training Program beginning March 2020. The Lineman Training Program prepares students for a meaningful and rewarding career in the electrical line work industry.

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Belfry Elementary congratulated Maci Jade Maynard and Jace Carter Mullins. These two fifth-grade students have been invited to join the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s prestigious 4th-6th Grade Talent Search. East year, a select group of academically talented students in the …

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DAVID — The David School is banking on a rail banking project that will connect West Prestonsburg to David.

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Classic cartoon princesses clashed Thursday in the opening night of the Appalachian Center for the Arts’ hilarious epic, “Game of Tiaras.” The play centers around a similar story to William Shakespeare’s famous play, King Lear, where the king’s daughters are Disney princesses, including Bell…

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On Saturday, Pikeville Medical center hosted its 6th Annual Heart Ball at the Appalachian Wireless Arena. The “Mad Hatter” themed gala event was decorated by Above and Beyond to look as if it was straight from Wonderland and was held to help raise money for the hospital’s Heart and Vascular …

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During the month of January, Belfry Elementary third grade students participated and celebrated the “100th Day of School.” To show school spirit and commemorate this special day, students dressed up as a 100-year-old person.  Third grade teachers Angela Tackett, Nikki Hunt, Jackie Charles an…

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The Presidential Leadership Scholars (PLS) program announced that Josephine Owoeye, D.O., assistant dean for student and professional development at the University of Pikeville — Kentucky College of Optometry, has been selected as one of the 60 scholars chosen for the program’s sixth annual …

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Patton Leadership Institute spent the day in Martin County on Thursday, Dec. 19 learning about Martin County High School, the Martin County Area Technology Center, Fast Change Lube & Oil, and the Appalachian Reach Out Ministry.

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