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  • Television Week – June 11, 2022

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  • Who is the best comprehensive sports program in the 10th region?

    Who is the best comprehensive sports program in the 10th region?

    With Harrison County’s loss in the quarterfinals of the KHSAA State Softball Tournament on Friday, that officially ended sports in the 10th region for the 2021-22 calendar year.

  • Maysville Shipbuilding

    Maysville Shipbuilding

    Louis Browning, trustee emeritus of the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center, delivers the dedication speech Wednesday at the dedication of the Maysville Shipbuilding Historic Marker at Limestone Landing.

  • The Blue Licks Gateway - An Introduction

    The Blue Licks Gateway – An Introduction

    I like mysteries. From the Oak Island Money Pit to the Flying Dutchman, the unknown holds an eternal fascination for me. That’s why when my mom wrote a research paper on the Blue Licks Walkway in the 1950s. I soaked it like a sponge.

  • Celebrate Juneteenth in downtown Maysville

    Celebrate Juneteenth in downtown Maysville

    Juneteenth is a day to celebrate the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.

  • KHSAA State Baseball Tournament Results

    KHSAA State Baseball Tournament Results

    Proud Kentucky Park

  • KHSAA State Softball Tournament Results

    KHSAA State Softball Tournament Results

    John Cropp Stadium

  • Census Bureau: Foreign-born population grew by 2 million under Biden

    Census Bureau: Foreign-born population grew by 2 million under Biden

    Here are two hard facts about President Biden’s open borders agenda.

  • Augusta Distillery presents BBB

    Augusta Distillery presents BBB

    Those who love good food, good bourbon and good bluegrass music will want to mark August 6 on their calendars when the Augusta Distillery presents Augusta College Echo Hall Association bourbon, barbecue and bluegrass.

  • Walnut trees: blessing or curse?

    Walnut trees: blessing or curse?

    Most people view black walnut trees as an asset, even if they don’t bother to harvest the bountiful nut crop beneath them. Walnut is a prized hardwood traditionally used for gun stocks and fine furniture, so walnut trees have a special status even though they are not particularly desirable as landscape trees.

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