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Panthers prevail over Royals in another one goal affair

Panthers prevail over Royals in another one goal affair

For the past 11 years, every time Mason County and Fleming County meet on the football field, it usually comes down to one goal.

Fleming couple named Angels up for adoption

Fleming couple named Angels up for adoption

WASHINGTON, DC – US Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell welcomed Johnathan Gay and Julie Emmons Gay of Flemingsburg to his office in the US Capitol on Wednesday and congratulated them on being recognized as 2022 Adoption Angels.

Prep Football: Mason breaks into new field, Polar Bears look for first 5-0 start, Lewis has major district tilt

Prep Football: Mason breaks into new field, Polar Bears look for first 5-0 start, Lewis has major district tilt

PENDLETON COUNTY (0-5) AT MASON COUNTY (4-0)

Liess appointed director of the MCEM

Liess appointed director of the MCEM

Tony Liess has been named Director of Emergency Management for Mason County.

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Announces 2022 Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Announces 2022 Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest

FRANKFORT – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announces that entries are being accepted for the 2022 edition of its popular Adopt-a-Highway art contest for Kentucky school students. The theme is Adopt a Highway: Keep Kentucky Clean and Green.

MCTC celebrates achievements, promotions and years of service

MCTC celebrates achievements, promotions and years of service

The administration of Maysville Community and Technical College marked the achievements, promotions and years of service of its faculty and staff during its recent all-college convocation held on August 26.

Many women are not in the field of John Fetterman

Many women are not in the field of John Fetterman

John Fetterman, a junior US senator hopeful from Pennsylvania, recently held a rally in suburban Philadelphia.

Clark named president of FNB

First National Bank of Brooksville would like to announce that Steven T. “Buddy” Hamilton has retired as President of First National Bank of Brooksville on August 31, 2022, after 39 years of service. Hamilton will remain Chairman of the Board of Directors.

At the fundraiser, father knew best

At the fundraiser, father knew best

An unsolicited application packet from Boys Town arrived in the mail the other day, earlier and larger than usual. I have donated to many charities, but the Nebraska-based organization, founded in 1917 by Father Edward Flanagan, has never been one of them. However, the volume of free stuff they shipped this year made me wonder about the effectiveness of guilt-driven marketing.

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