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On Aug. 6, city and county officials gathered at Hazard City Hall to celebrate the graduation of Hazard Civic Fellows Stacie Fugate, Hannah Co…

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The Hazard-Perry County Chamber of Commerce held its 67th annual Civic Night on Tuesday, April 30, in the First Federal Center at Hazard Commu…

There are two types of reactions when people encounter a problem: They either see it as an opportunity or an obstacle.

Those who see the problem as an obstacle will often give up and let the problem continue. After all, we’re prone to  finding ways around, not over, obstacles.

Those who see the opportunity in a problem, however, are leaders — people with vision who often find ways to not just overcome the problem but lead others to do the same.

Dear Editor, 

Small town hospitality is alive and well in Hazard. My husband was brought to the ARH emergency room and immediately we were made feel comfortable and assured. My stay will exceed past 8 days and I have nothing but praise to say about all staff.

The City of Hazard kicked off its Independence day celebration with a fish fry and a paddle boat trail ride along the North Fork Kentucky river. Participants in the City of Hazard’s freedom paddle float traveled 4.5 miles down the North Fork river trail in paddle boats, canoes, kayaks and other one to two person boats. Letha Patterson and the Hazard Community Choir showcased its “Land That I Love” Independence Day concert at Bowman Memorial United Methodist Church. Locals gathered next to city hall as MidLife Crisis along with Gary Joseph and the Country Troubadours put on an outdoor concert at the Hazard City Amphitheater. An ice cream truck offered the crowds gathered for the “Fireworks Over Hazard” show held July 4 a way to beat the heat.