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Only in Vicco

Johnny Cummings: Mayor of Vicco, LGBT-rights icon and soon-to-be reality TV star

Tucked away in a holler of the Appalachian Mountains in eastern Kentucky, you’ll drive right past the tiny town of Vicco — population 334 — if you blink.

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Guest Commentary

Can’t wait to save all the disenfranchised people I’ve seen on TV

BY MARCY WILLIAMS

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23-year-old named executive editor of C-J

The last remaining qualified employees bail

 Following a landslide of departures by senior editors and staff writers, The Courier-Journal has named a 23-year-old content producer executive editor of the once storied newspaper.

Inbox — March 26, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Not My Cuppa Joe

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Get out of the water!

Hidden camera shows yearlong discharge of coal ash waste into the Ohio River

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Take Me To Your Leader

Facts, Rumors and Political Innuendo

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Fake Issue 2014

Dragon sightings rise as 17th smokeshop opens on Bardstown Road ... and more

Dragon sightings rise as 17th smokeshop opens on Bardstown Road

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The Lord and Lady of the Rings

Grimes and McConnell battle over a ring and its magical powers

Kentucky is currently the center of an epic battle for control over Middle America, as the Free Peoples hope to wrestle power away from Sauron, the Dark Lord of Corporate Am

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LEO’s NCAA selections

We make our picks

LEO Weekly asked Chuck Nalevanko, former U of L player and retired Seneca High basketball coach, for his observations and predictions on the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.

Inbox — March 19, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Celibate and Happy