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August 16 on News Stands Wednesday!

8-16-17

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United We Give

When the planes hit on September 11, Americans felt helpless but knew donating blood was something they could do to support their country. Thousands lined up across the nation, including here in Kentucky. Blood donations are the ultimate renewable resource, and area residents are invited to recycle life at the upcoming Kentucky Blood Center blood drive at the Memorial Hospital from 9 AM till 1 PM on Friday September 15.


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Green Scholars

Seven 2017 graduates of Clay County High School have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). To earn this honor, a student must have a 4.0 grade point average each year of high school and at least a 28 composite on the ACT. Local scholars are Rayanna Baker, Kody Bargo, Lauren Bray, Tyler Ferrell, Meghan Rice, Whitney Sizemore and Joseph White.


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Clay receives $375 in coal acreage fee

Fiscal courts in 29 counties will receive refunds totaling $149,425 from mining permit and acreage fees. The amounts of refunds are based on acreage fees paid by coal companies. Only two counties (Elliot and Jackson) had lower fees. The Kentucky Department for Natural Resources collects mine permit and acreage fees and returns a portion of those fees to coal-producing counties for projects to be determined by the local fiscal courts.


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Stivers on Harvard Panel

Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers recently joined a panel of government leaders to discuss the topic, “Governing and Legislating in Divided Times” at the 2017 National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) held in Boston, Massachusetts. In conjunction with Harvard University, NCSL convened top legislative leaders from around the country for in-depth discussions about governance and democracy.


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Rogers Scholars

Shelby Phillips and Gabe Crockett from Clay County High School have graduated from The Center for Rural Development’s 2017 Class of Rogers Scholars. Rogers Scholars is an intensive one-week summer leadership program that provides valuable leadership skills and exclusive college scholarship opportunities for high school students in Southern and Eastern Kentucky to seize their full potential as the region’s next generation of business and entrepreneurial leaders.


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