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‘NOT HIS FIRST ROADEO’ Transit driver earns second trip to nationals
Jerome Wright has qualities that are hard to measure — like a love for his job and for the people he serves as an MEOC Transit driver. But Wright also has abilities that can be measured, and he mea...
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Judge sets bond for accused murderer
WISE — Circuit Court Judge Chadwick Dotson last Thursday set a $100,000 secured bond with pretrial supervision for Dylan Anthony Wayne Holbrook. Defense attorney Greg Gilbert had appealed an April ...
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Children’s health, safety main concern
With blue pinwheels serving as an uplifting symbol of childhood, officials last Wednesday recognized April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. And with one in 10 children nationwide the victim of sexu...
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Proposed bridge removal irks residents
Plans to remove the Shawnee Avenue West bridge and shift the road’s intersection with Alternate 58 don’t sit well with residents. Three or four people who live above Shawnee Avenue West attended la...
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Union students give ‘awesome’ performances
Moving from gesture to gesture and from voice to voice in rapid succession, Nathan Gardner kicks up a comedic storm in less than 10 minutes as he brings to life the world of an underdog teen in “Ki...
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Cleanup snares 1.56 tons of garbage
A warm, sunny Saturday and eager volunteers made for a very good cleanup along the Powell River and Powell River Trail. As a matter of fact, volunteers did 1.56 tons worth of good. That’s the weigh...
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Judge denies bond in second-degree murder case
WISE — District Court Judge Shawn L. Hines Monday denied bond for Dylan Anthony Wayne Holbrook, who is charged with second-degree murder in the March 25 shooting death of Kenneth Paul Diets II. A t...
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Mutual project could make for development triple play
The closure of the Mutual Drug almost two years ago left a vacuum in downtown Big Stone Gap, especially for patrons of the Mutual’s lunch counter. Big Stone Gap’s efforts to fill that vacuum got a ...
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