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November 22 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

11-22-17

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Kentucky Football — Jacob Hyde

Jacob Hyde Senior Day Interview—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — Where has the time gone? It seems like just yesterday that Jacob Hyde stepped on campus for the very first time to play football for the University of Kentucky. Now, on Saturday, the 6’2”, 320-lb defensive lineman from Manchester will be suiting up in the blue and white for the final time at home. I’ve been a fan of the Wildcats for over half a century and I can’t remember any player who has been more of a joy to be around. Jacob’s positive attitude, infectious smile, and ever-present faith serve as an inspiration to all. We’re all going to miss #36 on the football field, but as you’ll see, he’s sticking around to make the rest of the world a heck of a whole lot better place for all of us.


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Kentucky Women’s Basketball — High Character

High Character—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — Kentucky women’s basketball coach Matthew Mitchell believes in new beginnings. He’s mentioned on several occasions his time as a troubled youth and as a less than upstanding young adult. He talks freely of his early failures, difficulties, and pain. The lessons he’s learned along the way have undoubtedly contributed to the recent success of the program he aims to build.


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Kentucky Basketball — Talking Your Talk

Talking Your Talk—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — When speaking with this year’s version of the Basketball Wildcats, I get the feeling that collectively, they’re a likable bunch. Thus far—at least during media interview opportunities–everyone sports big smiles, engages freely with reporters, and generally seems to be happy with their lives as rock stars in the UK fishbowl. With a couple of exceptions, most of these players will talk your ear off. I’ve had conversations about shoe fashion with Quade Green and Poutine with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. Kevin Knox seems to be the type who will ramble on endlessly about anything and everything. So, I was quite perplexed when Coach John Calipari told me he can’t get these guys to talk to each other on the court.


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Barnes Given Leadership Award

Barnes Given Leadership Award
By ROGER ALFORD, Kentucky Today

Charles Barnes, a graduate of Oneida Baptist Institute, a life-long Kentucky Baptist who has been involved in the organization’s top levels of leadership for decades, has received the CP Leadership Award from the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Barnes has deep family roots in Kentucky Baptist life. His father, John Barnes, was a Baptist preacher, as was his grandfather, E.W. Barnes.


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Gas price feud

Gas station owners in Clay County say they have received numerous threats from other owners and managers urging them to match their prices to other gas stations. The owners WYMT talked with asked not to be identified, but told us the threats started recently when they received a call from one owner telling them to match their prices with other stations in the area.


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