January 16, 2019 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

January 16, 2019 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

1-16-2019

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Woodland Stewards webinar

University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service will offer a series of free webinars, Getting to Know Your Woodlands: A Primer for Beginners, on five successive Thursday evenings in February and March. The goal of the web-based series is to empower woodland owners to promote environmental and forest health through increased awareness, experience and access to resources. Each session will last from 7 to 9 PM. Kentucky Master Loggers can also receive two continuing education credits for each session they attend at a hosting county extension office. Call the Clay County Extension Office at 598-2789 to register.


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Kentucky Basketball — Friend or Foe?

Friend or Foe? —By Dr. John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – When it comes to coaching adversaries, Kentucky Basketball Coach John Calipari has undoubtedly made a few enemies during his time on the court. Jim Calhoun, Bruce Pearl, and Rick Pitino come immediately to mind. After all, in this big ego, high-stakes world of college basketball, it’s easy to get on a competitor’s nerves, especially when you’re trying to beat their brains in. Who can ever forget Temple’s John Cheney threatening to “kick Calipari’s ass” and repeatedly yelling, “I’ll kill you” in the postgame presser.


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Cumberlands Dean’s List

In recognition of academic performance, the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs at University of the Cumberlands has announced the students named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester. Among those named to the Dean’s List from Manchester are: Kaitlenn Dezarn, Andy Martin, Jeremy Napier, Brittany Williams, Yeshua Wolf and Simon Robinson of Oneida.


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Kentucky Basketball — High Seed/Low Seed

High Seed/Low Seed—By Dr. John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – It’s a process. The process, according to Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari, is arduous. The process involves taking a group of precocious, wide-eyed, wet-behind-the-ears freshman and molding them into the fabric of a seasoned team prepared to make a deep run in March. According to Coach Cal, that takes time—and you can’t short circuit the process. But if upset losses to lower-ranked teams continue to mount, fans can’t help but worry about the implications of future tournament seeding. With a YUM Center Regional beckoning seventy miles down the road, BBN was anticipating a gilded glide on the path to Minneapolis. A low tournament seeding, and that opportunity goes completely up in smoke.


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Travel ID

Clay Circuit Court Clerk Leslie Phillips will begin offering new standard and Voluntary Travel ID credentials on during the week of April 22 – April 26. The specific date will be announced at least two weeks prior to implementation. Applicants may only apply in the Circuit Court Clerk office in their county of residence.


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Morehead Dean’s List

Jared Austin Boley, Chayla Nicole Hacker and Brice Lynden Smith of Manchester were named to the Morehead State University Dean’s List. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must have completed at least 12 undergraduate credit hours and earned at least a 3.5 GPA for the current semester.


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Representative Derek Lewis

90th House District Rep. Derek Lewis will host a legislative update open to the public at the Clay County Fiscal Courtroom at 5 PM Tuesday, January 22. Contact him with any questions, concerns, or advice. He can be reached through the toll-free message line in Frankfort at 1-800-372-7181, or via e-mail at derek.lewis@lrc.ky.gov.


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