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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Former Pikeville star, Wake Forest receiver entering transfer portal

Former Pikeville High School standout Jackson Hensley is leading Wake Forest University. Hensley released the following statement: “I’d like to the Coach Clawson and Coach Higgins for giving me the opportunity to play at Wake Forest. It has been an honor to be part of this program and wear the black and gold. “I have […]

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Gauze named CCNO at Tug Valley ARH

Fayetta GauzeSOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. — As a child, Fayetta Gauze never hesitated when someone asked her what she “wanted to be when she grew up.” “I remember watching my grandfather struggle with diabetes and other health conditions,” she recalls. “All the things I watched him go through really put on my heart the field I wanted to go into. “I just knew I wanted to be a nurse.” The Matewan, W.Va., native wasted no time after high school, as she graduated as valedictorian of her LPN class at 19 and immediately began her career as an emergency room nurse at Tug […]

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Police: Man found passed out in stolen car

Daniel Lee SneadSHELBIANA, Ky. — A Laurel County man is in the Pike County jail, after police reportedly found him passed out in a stolen car. Pikeville Police were called to the Shelbiana Food City, after it was reported that a Chevy Malibu stolen from Laurel County was parked there. When officers checked it out, they found Daniel Lee Snead, 32, of Keavy, slumped over in the driver’s seat. They also found a small plastic bag of meth in the car, along with 27 empty plastic bags and a glass pipe. Snead was arrested on charges of receiving stolen property, possession of […]

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Man killed in Letcher crash

BLACKEY, Ky. — One person is dead following a crash in Letcher County yesterday morning. According to Kentucky State Police, Matthew Bailey, 22, of Blackey, was driving along Route 7 at Blackey just after 8:30 Monday morning, when he lost control in a curve. Bailey’s car overturned several times, ejecting him from the vehicle. He was taken to Whitesburg ARH, where he died from his injuries. Toxicology results are pending, but there are no plans for an autopsy. The crash remains under investigation by Kentucky State Police.

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Panthers headed back to defend title

Defending champion Pikeville punched its ticket to the Class 1A state championship game in convincing fashion as the Panthers took apart Newport Central Catholic, 50-14, at foggy Hillard Howard Field on Friday night. Pikeville, now 11-2, will face Raceland next Friday at Kroger Field. Kickoff is set for Noon. It will be an all-east title […]

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