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Death notices, July 3, 2020

  • Hamilton Owen Speaks, 62, of Berea, son of Melva Dean Speaks of Stanford, died June 13, 2020. Arrangements by Lakes Funeral Home.
  • Betty Sue Speaks, 68, of Berea, died on June 16, 2020. Arrangements by Lakes Funeral Home.
  • Riggin Burke Hicks, one day old, of Liberty, Kentucky , died on June 30, 2020. Arrangements by McKinney-Brown Funeral Home.
  • Bernarr Tarter, 87, of Junction City, Kentucky, died on July 1, 2020. Arrangements by McKinney-Brown Funeral Home.

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10 new COVID cases reported in Boyle County Tuesday afternoon

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‘This thing is real.’ Beshear reports uptick in COVID-19 cases, 8 deaths

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Four arrested following traffic stop in Junction City

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Boyle County property transfers

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Boyle County court records

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Wet/Dry petition falls short of needed signatures

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Danville area included in White House’s COVID danger zone report

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Annual Veterans Appreciation luncheon cancelled

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Norton Center offers free series where arts intersects with important conversations, first to be ‘Black Culture Matters’  

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Danville Christian Academy students head back to class Wednesday

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Suspect struggles with officers following traffic stop

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Man faces several charges following shoplifting incident

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16 new COVID cases reported Friday afternoon

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Norton Center for the Arts announces CULTURE+ series

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New exhibit opening this weekend at Shaker Village

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Local Habitat for Humanity continues working through pandemic

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Ky. State Fair to be limited to participants only, governor says

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Legislation proposed to make breast cancer treatment cheaper

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Think safety first at this year’s U.S. 127 Yard Sale

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FBI taking over high-profile Kentucky missing persons case

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Number of cases slide again with 1 death reported

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Kayaks, canoes take to the lake for United Way

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Sharing the ‘African-American Experience in Kentucky’
Local men help share stories from Black community

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Lawsuit filed against companies involved in last year’s Lincoln County pipeline explosion