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A year before the Declaration of Independence was signed, pioneers planted the first hemp crop at Clark’s Run Creek in Danville. Fast forward to 2018, which looked to be one of the most momentous years in the history of this storied crop. That’s because President Trump signed the 2018 Farm B…

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Venture River Water Park in Eddyville found itself vulnerable this summer from the procedural changes and safety precautions arising from the global pandemic.

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When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. As COVID-19 evolves from spring to fall, that old adage becomes increasingly relevant for owners of businesses of all kinds, including Eddy Nickell, pharmacist and owner of Lyon Drug Store, 201 Main St., in Eddyville.

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Kentucky ranks among the top five states nationwide in drug overdose deaths since 2017, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Lyon County Sheriff Brent White sees that as a major problem now affecting the region.

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Former Kuttawa City Clerk Katie L. Harrison, 42, who had been sentenced to nine years imprisonment, was paroled and released after serving seven months and three weeks. The Kentucky Department of Corrections notified Lyon County Sheriff Brent White of the decision Thursday, the same day she …

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The “new normal” might be the term most closely associated with the coronavirus pandemic. Others, such as unpredictability and uncertainty, perhaps most accurately describe the path from the old normal to the new.

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Last Thursday’s regularly-scheduled KHSAA Board of Controls meeting ended at the same result with which it started.

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When members of the Lyon County middle and high schools’ bands and their parents heard that the new band director spent nearly a quarter-century in the U.S. Army, most probably thought about the discipline and precision he would bring to the job.

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As an agriculture student at Caldwell County High School just a few years ago, Matthew McIntosh thought he knew what it would be like to become a high school agriculture teacher.

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CADIZ — Jill Clark returned to the Trigg County Courthouse on Tuesday where she had presided over the 56th Judicial District Court of Kentucky for 20 years, but the occasion was not a matter of law.

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The Lyon County Fiscal Court discussed a proposal from a local fire department Thursday to change the way fees are collected from residents within its coverage area.

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