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UPDATE: Valley View Ferry reopens

The Valley View Ferry is reopened after being closed due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Body found near Kentucky River last week identified

The Franklin County Coroner has identified the body of a man found last week near the Kentucky River.

UPDATE: Foul play not suspected after body discovered in Frankfort

Frankfort Police say a body was found Friday morning in the Kentucky River.

Kentucky River clean sweep on Saturday

FAYETTE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Kentucky River Clean Sweep will take place Saturday, at the Kentucky River in the southeastern part of Fayette...

UPDATE: Valley View Ferry reopens on regular schedule

The Valley View Ferry reopened on its regular schedule Tuesday, a day after being closed due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry closed

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River from the weekend rain.

Valley View Ferry closed due to high water conditions

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

UPDATE: Valley View Ferry reopens on regular schedule

The Valley View Ferry reopened on a regular schedule Monday after being closed for two weeks due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water

The Valley View Ferry remains closed indefinitely due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water conditions

The Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water

The Valley View Ferry remains closed due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Estill County Restaurant stays afloat during flooding

Estill County is still dealing with a flooded Kentucky River after high rains over the weekend caused the river to rise to above 26 feet, more than double its normal depth.

Valley View Ferry closed until further notice

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions.

Travel Advisory: Valley View Ferry closed due to weather

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to the weather.

UPDATE: Valley View Ferry reopens on regular schedule

The Valley View Ferry reopened Monday on a regular schedule after being closed at the end of last week due to icy conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry closed due to icy conditions

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to icy conditions on the Kentucky River.

UPDATE: Valley View Ferry operating on regular schedule

The Valley View Ferry resumed normal operations on Wednesday after being closed the day before due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Travel Advisory: Valley View Ferry closed due to high water

The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.

Valley View Ferry hours adjusted for maintenance

The Valley View Ferry will adjust its operating schedule Thursday for maintenance.

Sunken boats pulled from Kentucky River during cleanup

More than a dozen sunken boats were pulled from the Kentucky River during a cleanup in Franklin County.

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