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Earlier this month, on Feb. 1, during a special called meeting of the Hazard City Commissioners, commissioners held the first readings for ordinances to increase the rates of water, sewage and gas. Motions were made and approved for all three first readings and all rate changes were effectiv…

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This week, several community members and organizations expressed mourning for the loss of Dr. James Marvin Jolly Sr., a former president of Hazard Community and Technical College.

The U.S. Department of Education (USDE) has allocated $40,817,799 to Kentucky for emergency assistance to non-public schools in the state. All non-public schools may apply to the state for reimbursement of COVID-19 related costs, or to provide COVID-19 related services, through the recently …

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Gov. Andy Beshear announced an executive order during his Feb. 23 media briefing that recommends all public school districts offer or expand in-person instructional opportunities beginning March 1, or seven days after district personnel receive their second COVID-19 vaccination.

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LEXINGTON - When former KHSAA Commissioner Louis Stout passed away in 2012, his widow Anna directed that donations on his behalf go to the Louis Stout Memorial Fund for Students. She felt this was a chance for the KHSAA to honor student-athletes who excel in athletics, academics, school serv…

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Continuing to win, Hazard upended rival Perry Central 58-48 on the road in a 54th District boys’ basketball game on Saturday, Jan. 16.

Knott Central outscored reigning champion Hazard 24-10 in the fourth quarter to pull away to win 73-64 in the 14th Region All “A” Classic on Monday, Jan. 4.

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