May 20, 2019
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    MCHS celebrates graduates

    More than 140 seniors walked across the stage Saturday at the Mason County Fieldhouse to accept their diploma, marking their high school commencement. The students marched into the Fieldhouse to the traditional strains of “Pomp [...]
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    Poor voter trunout expected for primary

    With no local races on the Primary Election ballot, Mason County Clerk Stephanie Schumacher does’t expect many registered voters to go to the polls Tuesday. Turnout, she predicted will be in the 10 percent range, [...]
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    KYGMC names gallery for Jean Calvert

    The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center changing exhibits gallery has officially been named the Jean Weis Calvert Gallery. The gallery honors the memory of Calvert, who served on the KYGMC Board of Trustees from 1967-2003, according [...]
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    AIS ‘giving back’ to Circle H, students

    AUGUSTA — Augusta Independent School is participating in a global “give back” program that will provide scholarships to AIS students wanting to attend Circle H camp this summer. AIS Superintendent Lisa McCane said the New [...]
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    Emergency services camp underway

    The Limestone Center in downtown Maysville, the former Tom Browning Boys and Girls Club, was buzzing with activity Friday morning as workers set up a small city, complete with everything that could be needed for [...]

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