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Everyone, give a big shout out to “Sara”, the newest addition to the Beattyville P.D., who started her first day of work on Monday. She and Officer Eddie Dunahoo will be the K-9 unit for the department.

The clock is ticking on the deadline to apply for the 2020 Jackson Energy Essay Scholarship. High school seniors who plan to attend an accredited college or a trade program in the fall of 2020 are invited to apply for a $2,000 scholarship by November 29, 2019.

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Morehead State Professor of Biology Dr. David Eisenhour and student researchers have been working to identify fish species in an isolated section of the Red River.   

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Fall is officially here. The Woolly Worm Festival, though soggy, went down as another successful celebration of all things Lee County.  Thanks to all who work so hard each year to bring the festival to life.

   A brief review from last week goes as follows: Romans 1:19-20a “the truth of God is known instinctively for God has imbedded this knowledge inside every human heart. Opposition. To truth cannot be excused on the basis of ignorance”….another reference that says basically the same thing is …

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Woolly Worm 2019 is just a couple of days away.  The leaves are starting to put on their fall colors and we are back again in the rain cycle.  Let’s hope we get a break this weekend for the Festival. 

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167 people received dental care at Youth Haven’s Fall Dental Clinic. Procedures completed included 58 cleanings, 107 fillings and 194 extractions — thousands of dollars worth of free dental care donated by volunteers that simply want to share the love of Christ with our community.