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Virginia Coal Company Will Discharge Mine Water Into Levisa River

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Despite advice from the attorney general's office to reject a permit filed by a Virginia coal company to discharge mine water into Pike County's Levisa River the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will allow Consol Energy to move forward.

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Drug Round-Up Nets Arrests

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Dozens are arrested in the latest drug roundup in two eastern Kentucky counties. One of those arrested is a teacher.

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Eastern Kentuckians Celebrate Easter Holiday

Posted: 04/08/2007 - From dying Easter eggs to hunting for the colorful goodies, Easter has many traditions. Some are trying to teach the meaning of Easter through the fun traditions.

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Train Derails In Perry County

Posted: 04/07/2007 - Crews are cleaning up a train derailment in Perry County near the Jeff community.

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ARH Strike Entering Second Week

Updated: 04/08/2007 - Strikers say the wind and snow isn't keeping them off the street. It's been nearly a week since United Steel Workers went on strike and a contract with Appalachian Regional Healthcare still hasn't been reached.

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School District Facing Budget Concerns

Posted: 04/07/2007 - The Barbourville Independent School District may have to lay off 10 workers to comply with state mandated salary raises.

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April Snow In Eastern Kentucky

Posted: 04/06/2007 - A heavy band of snow squalls moved through far eastern Kentucky... dumping up to an inch of snow.

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Eastern Kentuckians Among Passengers On Sinking Cruise Ship

Posted: 04/06/2007 - Navy divers searched the sunken wreckage of a cruise ship on Friday for the bodies of a Frenchman and his daughter who disappeared after the vessel foundered on a volcanic reef - the only two people missing despite what passengers described as a chaotic evacuation in the Aegean Sea.

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Eastern Kentuckians Welcome Gillispie

Updated: 04/06/2007 - Many people say that Kentucky fans are hard to please, but fans say the idea of cheering for Coach Gillispie is growing on them and the new coach says he's ready for the challenge.

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