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WalMart Shooter Trial

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A Clay County Jury has recommended a ten year prison term for “WalMart Shooter” Michael Edwards after they found him guilty on a charge of first degree assault in the shooting of Richard Lawson in December of 2014. Edwards is to appear before Clay Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House Monday December 5 for final sentencing. Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Harold Radar prosecuted the case. Sharon Allen Gay represented Edwards.


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Kentucky Football – Cats Versus Cocks

 

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Cats Versus Cocks–By John Huang

Every season, I look forward to the Kentucky versus South Carolina football game with great anticipation. While living in Columbia for a three-year stint back in the mid-eighties, I developed a fondness for the Gamecock program that I just can’t seem to shake. I cheered for USC even during the Steve Spurrier days and I still root for the Garnet and Black except when they’re matched up against the Blue and White (or is that Blue and Anthracite). Coincidentally, the two programs are now currently regarded as SEC cellar dwellers but there’s a bit more inherent separation between them than you might think—especially in regard to the fan perception and game day experience.


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Bell Clown Story Goes Viral

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A Bell County man being arrested while dressed like a clown has went viral on the internet after the story was picked up by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Jonathan Martin, 20, was in a wooded area amid a wave of clown reports. He was charged with wearing a mask in a public place and disorderly conduct in Middlesboro.


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SBA NonProfit Disaster Loans

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The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding eligible Private NonProfit (PNP) organizations in Kentucky of the Oct. 25 deadline to submit disaster loan applications for physical damages caused by severe storms, tornadoes, flooding, landslides and mudslides on July 2 – 9 in the following Kentucky counties: Adair, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway, Christian, Clay, Crittenden, Daviess, Edmonson, Hart, Hopkins, Livingston, Lyon, Marshall, Metcalfe, Ohio, Todd, Trigg, Union and Webster. Examples of eligible non-critical PNP organizations include, but are not limited to, food kitchens, homeless shelters, museums, libraries, community centers, schools and colleges.


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