After a second reading last week, the Paintsville City Council adopted a budget for the upcoming 2019-2020 fiscal year.
Prestonsburg Mayor Les Stapleton reported Monday that the city is still working toward starting an independent school district.
The Paintsville Tourism Commission approved several budgets this week, including those for city tourism operations, for the Country Music Highway Museum and for the Mountain Homeplace.
The Johnson Central High School class of 1969, the high school’s first-ever freshman class held its 50-year class reunion Saturday at JCHS, hosting dinner and a tour of the school from Principal Noel Crum.
With the coming of summer, schools are out of session, but work is going on year-round at Johnson County Schools to ensure students are safe from communicable, preventable diseases.
The City of Paintsville welcomed Hartsock and Sword Orthodontics into the city Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the business’s new Broadway Street location.
HAZARD — Kentucky basketball legend “King” Kelly Coleman passed away Sunday evening at the Greg and Noreen Wells Hospice Care Center in Hazard. He was 80.
Growing up, just about every little boy wants to be just like their dad. They are usually in their father’s shadow. They walk the way he walks, they talk the way he talks. Even down to individual mannerisms their dad may have. Every son wants to follow in the fathers’ footsteps.
The Johnson Central Golden Eagle baseball team had much success this season on the diamond. They also had one of the region’s best on the infield and the mound this season as well.
This past week, June 4th through June 7th, Paintsville girls’ head basketball coach Les Trimble and his assistant coaches and players held the Lady Tiger summer basketball camp for girls from Johnson County and the surrounding area.
LEXINGTON —Johnson County high school student-athletes will receive a break from June 25-July 9, courtesy of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Dead Period.