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‘Chico’, got to ride in a bookbag Friday while its owner shopped for bargains at the Summer Days event at the Tollesboro Lions fairgrounds. The event will conclude Sunday. https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_062318-news-doggiebag.jpg

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The complete content of Superintendent Brain Creasman’s letter to Fleming County residents: Dear Fleming Countians, Over the past several days, Monica Hill, the Board Attorney, and I have been reviewing a situation regarding a district […]

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Maysville city workers have been busy the last several days preparing Limestone Landing for the arrival of the first steamboat of the year. The Queen of the Mississippi will dock early Saturday morning and depart […]

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Vendors at the first-ever Tollesboro Summer Days event had a wide range of items for sale at the Lions Club Fairgrounds. From a trailer loaded with bicycles of all types and sizes to glasswares, toys, […]

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Patrons search for items Friday at the Tollesboro Lions Club Fairgrounds. Many vendors were on hand for the first Tollesboro Summer Days event. Terry Prather, The Ledger Independent https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_062318-news-summerfun.jpg

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DP&L’s Stuart Station employees’ last day of employment was Thursday. Employees began leaving the plant in the afternoon after completing their final shift. https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_062218-news-lastday.jpg

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Nearly 30 Corvettes passed through Maysville to visit the Old Pogue Distillery Thursday and stop for lunch. Most were parked in public parking lots along McDonald Parkway. A spokesman for the group said their next […]

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Maysville’s tourism director Lacey Holleran, left, escorts vistors around the historic district Thursday. The group walks along West Third Street near Mechanics Row. https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_062218-news-tourism.jpg