December 13 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

December 13 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

12-13-17

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The Christian Lamb Story

Christian Lamb, 21, began selling drugs as soon as he got his driver’s license. Lamb grew up in Richmond, Kentucky, but said the drug scourge reached far beyond his hometown. Lamb wasn’t partial to one drug. He abused meth, anti-anxiety pills and heroin – shooting up and sharing syringes. The needle brought hepatitis C. And the drug life brought jail time and court dates – and a judge who insisted he get treatment. Lamb wound up at Chad’s Hope, a faith-based recovery center in Manchester where he said he was born again. Now his faith and lessons on ways to stay sober give him a new future.


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SMARTS 2.0 Training

SMARTS 2.0 is Southeast Kentucky Economic Development Corporation (SKED’s) newest small business training program. Classes took place at the local business: Restoration Massage, located in downtown Manchester. Kentucky Innovation Network was a co-sponsor for this class. Sara Sumrell, owner of Maddie Macks, in downtown Manchester, said she appreciated the affordable price and availability of the social media class. Others described the class as helpful and a great resource for business owners.


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KSP Check Point

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The Kentucky State Police, Post 11, London, which provides coverage for Clay County, will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by the Kentucky State Police Policy and Procedures Manual.


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These checkpoints will be conducted in an effort to enforce the traffic laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
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Kentucky Basketball — Sign of the Apocalypse

Sign of the Apocalypse—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – What in the world is going on with attendance at Rupp Arena? Cast your eyes up to the rafters and you’ll see rows and rows of blatantly empty bleachers. Downstairs in the lower levels, pockets of premium seats also appear visibly vacant. When the hallowed student eRUPPtion Zone looks embarrassingly anemic night after night, you know the basketball world has tilted off its axis. Bringing in stand-ins because students don’t show, or throwing in the Louisville game as part of a promotional ticket package? You gotta be kidding me!


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