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This summer, Perry County families with school-aged children and/or children ready to begin school will have access to another resource that will help better prepare students for a school setting. Officials with the Perry County School District have announced that during the summer, Rosie th…

As many pharmacies across the state are forced to close down, one local pharmacist has been following updates and working closely with dealings in legislative sessions, trying to vocalize support for legislature that would benefit community pharmacies such as his. 

Hazard gained another new restaurant Feb. 6, when Prime 606 opened in the Hazard Country Club. 

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Last week, many areas of Perry County experienced flooding and mudslides resulting in multiple roads being closed down. City and county officials worked on clean up for days following the incidents. 

Since Aug. 2019, several Goody’s locations in Eastern Kentucky have begun to convert to Gordmans stores. Next month, 25 Kentucky Gordmans locations, including the one in Hazard, will have their grand opening ceremonies. 

In June 2019, the Perry County Fiscal Court and the City of Hazard both adopted a smoke-free policy for the county and city. The Kentucky River District Health Department, in cooperation with the American Heart Association, approached the fiscal court and the city council to discuss the bene…


Perry County Central returned to the win column on Tuesday night, defeating host Owsley County 59-43 in a boys; high school basketball game.

BUCKHORN — Winning on the road, Hazard beat host Buckhorn 61-51 in a 54th District boys’ basketball game on Saturday.

D’Andre Reed scored 28 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Perry Central over visiting Buckhorn 81-62 in a 54th District boys’ basketball game on Monday night.

Hazard pulled away to win convincingly in a 54th District boys’ basketball game on Friday night, beating visiting Buckhorn 76-50.

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