Appalachian News Express

Appalachian News Express
Appalachian News Express is listed in the Newspapers category in Pikeville, Kentucky. Displayed below is the only current social network for Appalachian News Express which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Appalachian News Express on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

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129 Caroline Ave
Pikeville, KY 41501
(606) 437-4054

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Appalachian News Express has an overall ZapScore of 77. This means that Appalachian News Express has a higher ZapScore than 77% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Pikeville, Kentucky is 34 and in the category is 45. Learn more about ZapScore.

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A Turkey Creek woman pleaded not guilty Thursday morning to a charge of murder in connection with a body found Wednesday at a Turkey Creek residence. Jennifer L. Blankenship, 31, pictured here being directed by a bailiff in court Thursday, was ordered held on a $500,000 cash bond by Pike District Judge Darrel Mullins during the arraignment hearing. Pick up Friday's edition of the News-Express for more details on the case, in which more charges for both Blankenship and an alleged accomplice are likely.

Appalachian News-Express shared KYTC District 12's post.
PIKEVILLE MOTORISTS! ALERT! Mountain Enterprises did not finish the paving on Bypass Road, Baird, Avenue, and the US 23 ramps on the south end of town over the weekend. They had equipment issues. They worked Thursday and Friday nights but could not work Saturday night. They will finish Monday night if nothing else unforeseen happens. The ramps and roads will be open now until 7 p.m. Monday, then close again from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. Tuesday. Please observe all signs and the flaggers on Bypass Road from KFC to the health department. Controlled access in that area means that traffic will be reduced to one lane at times. Be safe out there!

Breaking: The Appalachian News-Express is on scene at the Eric C. Conn Law Complex in Stanville where FBI agents and Kentucky State Police Troopers have converged. It is unknown what is occurring at this time. Updates will be posted as soon as more information becomes available.

Appalachian News-Express shared KYTC District 12's photo.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announces work to be performed on roadways in Pikeville, which will involve road closures.
Here is a map of the US 23 south end ramp closures and the closure on Baird Avenue as well as the limited access area on the Pikeville Bypass. These are planned for this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday NIGHTS ONLY - FROM 7 PM UNTIL 6 AM unless there is rain any of those nights. In that case, the work will move to the next clear night. The purpose of these closures is to mill and pave the ramps and roadways -- a pavement rehabilitation project; When you drive to the limited access area, you will be directed by flaggers. Please observe all signs and respect the work zone site, people, and equipment. If you cannot enlarge the map to read the legend, the red means closed to traffic the green means open to traffic, and the blue is the controlled access section where traffic will be directed by flaggers.

Pikeville fell to Madisonville-North Hopkins 10-1 last night and fell to Woodford County 12-2 this afternoon. The two losses eliminated Pikeville from the KHSAA State Softball Tournament. For complete coverage of both games see the Weekend Exition of the News-Express.