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‘We took a huge hit.’ As coal falls, Appalachian schools face dire choices.

Award banners cover the wall including Distinguished School in 2013 and 2014 and School of Distinction in 2015 and 2016 at Leslie County High School in Hyden. After taking hits of $1 million or more in a year from a combination of economic and demographic factors, Leslie County Schools are struggling to keep their doors open, though holding many academic accolades.
UK professor was just blocks from Barcelona attack
Lexington could be on the hook for millions in back payments to police, fire pension
Lexington welcomes new class of probationary firefighters
High school football: Five big takeaways from Friday night
Ballers: Friday’s top five high school football performers
Singer takes Michael Jackson act to a new level with Philharmonic
From moon pies to Sun Chips: Foods for your eclipse experience
UK might not have Papa John’s Stadium, but now it has its pizza
Kentucky family business is an American success. A $70 million dispute centers on China.
Republicans must impeach Trump to save country, their political standing
Minister confused by ‘white heritage’ asks: What binds Nazis, Confederates?

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