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Thanks to the teamwork of the Perry County Chamber of Commerce and the Buckhorn Lake State Park and Resort, locals got to enjoy the first “Float on the Horn” event. It offered kayaking, dinner and live music to those in attendance and brought attention to the resort.

On Sept. 25, the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) announced 40 Fellows who will be participating in the inaugural class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute. Of those select individuals, Hazard High School teacher Luke Glaser will be representing Perry County.

On Oct. 4, Appalachian Regional Healthcare, in partnership with Kentucky Skills U, held a career fair for residents within the ARH service area who do not have a high school diploma or GED. During the career fair, ARH hiring managers conducted on-site interviews, while KY Skills U staff help…


Perry Central exited the girls' high school soccer regular-season on a seven-game wining streak after notching back-to-back wins over Powell County and Menifee County Oct. 3-4.


Hazard's bid to beat one of the state's top Class 2A football teams fell short as visiting Somerset pulled away to win 21-9 on Friday night.

WHITESBURG — Perry Central experienced heartbreak in Week 6 of the 2019 high school football season. Host Letcher Central managed to edge Perry Central 21-20 in a Class 4A, District 8 football game on Friday, Sept. 27.

Perry Central was held scoreless as visiting North Laurel pulled away to win 20-0 in a high school football game on Friday, Sept. 20.

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