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Pikeville receives millions for new wastewater treatment plant

Posted: 05/27/2014 - Officials in Pikeville say their wastewater treatment plant is currently running at about 92 percent capacity. With many other projects on the horizon like a new shopping center and optometry school .... they say expanding their service is necessary.

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Folks pay Memorial Day tributes at Pike County cemetery

Updated: 05/26/2014 - Many take time on Memorial Day to visit cemeteries. Through the years the holiday has become one in which folks remember their loved ones who have passed. All while, the main purpose of the day is to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice...giving their life while serving in the military.

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Global, Kentucky-based company 'Alltech' coming to Pikeville

Updated: 05/19/2014 - A company many call an international giant is investing right here in Eastern Kentucky. On Monday, officials with Kentucky-based, Alltech, announced their new multipart project. Officials say the first stage of the project in Pikeville will bring money, tourism, and jobs.

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Race heats up for Pike County Judge Executive

Posted: 05/06/2014 - Pike County Judge Executive Wayne T. Rutherford and challenger Bill Deskins are no strangers on the campaign trail, and both men say they are not the ones turning this race negative.

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Fire destroys Pike County home

Updated: 04/18/2014 - Firefighters from several departments throughout Pike County spent much of the afternoon battling a large house fire off of Cowpen Road in Coal Run.

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UPDATE: Appalachian Air moves closer to takeoff

Updated: 07/16/2014 - Commercial air service was set to start in Pikeville on Monday. However, officials say they recently learned the airport does not have proper certification for the service they plan to provide.

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UPDATE: Pike County fire department reopens

Updated: 04/10/2014 - A volunteer fire department that was forced to close is open again. An audit of the Hatfield Fire Department by the Kentucky Fire Commission revealed problems, including having only three firefighters on the roster when the state requires twelve. Now, there has been a community effort to turn things around.

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