When Angie Gamble-Music closed up Angie’s Cast Iron Grill at the Paintsville Country Club, it’s possible that she did not know how much her cooking would be missed. If there was any uncertainty about it, the volume of business she’s had since reopening on Broadway has cleared it up. 

“It’s been like a family reunion,” Gamble-Music said. “It really has. The support from the community has just been outstanding.”

A sign in the dining room reads, “When a cupboard door shuts, a refrigerator door opens,” a culinary take on the old adage about changes turning into new opportunities.

Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center was recognized by Premier Inc. as a recipient of the Premier Hospital Improvement Innovation Network “Excellence in Patient Safety Across the Board” award. 

Premier is one of 16 improvement networks for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ national “Partnership for Patients” initiative. The Premier HIIN is working with 496 hospitals in 40 states, using a safety across the board approach to improve the quality and safety of care, reduce preventable harm, enhance patient and family engagement and bolster the culture of safety.

Pikeville facility is open for tours

PIKEVILLE — State and regional leaders converged on Hambley Boulevard June 27 for the ribbon cutting ceremony to honor the opening of Alltech’s Dueling Barrels Brewery & Distillery.

Alltech co-founders Dr. Pearse and Deirdre Lyons felt a connection to Eastern Kentucky upon visiting the area. Alltech said Pearse Lyons saw the potential of Pikeville and Eastern Kentucky and how the landscape and the people of the area reminded him of his home country of Ireland. Pearse Lyons passed away on March 8 at age 73 due to an acute lung condition that developed during his recovery from heart surgery.

Rusty Preston of the Paintsville Funeral Home was sworn in as president-elect of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky at their 136th Annual Convention held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville June 5-7, 2018, according to a statement from the FDAK.

During this three-day meeting, 50-year-old firms and 50-year Kentucky licensed funeral directors were honored, as well as over 40 funeral directors from across the state received continuing education awards. There were over 75 exhibiting companies displaying in the Exhibit Hall and over 300 attended a Kentucky Luau on Wednesday evening.


U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers conducted tours of local advanced manufacturing endeavors during a visit to Paintsville Monday, praising both for their contributions to helping stimulate a recovering economy and workforce in the region.

Rogers’ first stop in Johnson County was at the Haas eKentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute, where director Kathy Walker introduced him to the current class of students learning computer-guided machining.

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