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KY 28 in Owsley County to be closed Tuesday, June 8

OWSLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Drivers who use KY 28 in Owsley County will need to find an alternate route on Tuesday, June 8. The road will be closed that day to repair a break and base failure. The project location is between milepoints 3.5 and 3.6, approximately 0.5 miles...
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Corey Hoskins named Owsley County basketball head coach

OWSLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - Corey Hoskins will stay in the 14th Region as the new coach of the Owsley Owls basketball team. ”Saw this as an opportunity to come over here to coach a group that is wanting to get back to where they’ve been out in the past they’ve got a storied past over here and it’s a chance for me and my family to go to a little bit bigger of a school and having a really good shot of going to that 14th region tournament every year,” said Hoskins.
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Big Springs Road in Owsley County to be closed

OWSLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ/KYTC) – Starting Thursday, May 13, Big Springs Road in Owsley County near the KY 30 intersection will be closed. Drivers need to plan and use an alternate route. As part of the ongoing project to relocate KY 30 in this area, the county-maintained road, also known...
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Owsley County’s Lexy Lynch returns for extra season

(WYMT) - The 14th region player of the year, Lexy Lynch is returning for another season. Lynch reclassified as the Class of 2022, she posted on Twitter. Lynch led the Owls to a 14th Region All “A” title last season and led the Lady Owls in scoring. Lynch averaged 19 points per game.
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Sheriff: Drug trafficking arrest in Owsley County

BOONEVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - Deputies in Owsley County say a drug bust took place Friday evening off Amburgy Road in Booneville. During the investigation, deputies found more than 30 grams of suspected meth which was mixed with heroin, as well as 17 grams of marijuana, digital scales, and a large sum of cash.
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Drug Bust in Owsley County

Deputies in Owsley County say a drug bust took place Friday evening off Amburgy Road in Booneville. During the investigation, deputies found more than 30 grams of suspected meth which was mixed with heroin, as well as 17 grams of marijuana, digital scales, and a large sum of cash. 45-year-old...
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Gary Bowling resigns as Owsley County’s boys’ basketball coach

BOONEVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - After five years at the helm, Gary Bowling is stepping down as the boys’ head basketball coach at Owsley County. Bowling helped the Owls improve, going from 4-25 in his first season in 2016-2017 to back-to-back 14th Region tournament appearances. In his second season, the Owls made an eight-win improvement, going 12-16. Overall, Bowling was 46-86 at Owsley County.
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Pharmacy in Owsley County, Kentucky Agrees to Pay the United States to Resolve Alleged Violations of the Controlled Substances Act

LEXINGTON, KY – A Booneville, Kentucky pharmacy, Public Drug Company, d/b/a Booneville Discount Drugs, has agreed to pay the United States $250,000 to settle civil allegations that it failed to make and maintain complete and accurate records of its controlled substances, in violation of the federal Controlled Substances Act (“CSA”).
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Roughly 43,000 pounds of food given out to families in need in Owsley County

OWSLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - For the past few weeks volunteers with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints have been helping families impacted by the devastating flooding. At the beginning, they delivered cleaning supplies by the semi load to several counties. And now, they’re helping put on food drives with 40 of their volunteers helping pack hundreds of cars in Owsley County.