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November 15 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

11-15-17

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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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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 Football — What If?

What If? —By John Huang

(ATHENS, Ga.) — For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, “It might have been.” When John Greenleaf Whittier authored those famous lines from his nineteenth century poem, he could have easily been referencing Kentucky’s 2017 football season. Although the Wildcats sported a glossy 7-3 record heading into Georgia, many in BBN found themselves still lamenting those heartbreaking last-second defeats from earlier in the year.


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Kentucky Basketball — Agony or Ecstasy

Agony or Ecstasy—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — I’m staring at Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari up on the podium. He looks weathered, fatigued, and burdened, as if he’s aged a hundred years in the past six months. He jokingly calls them “dog years,” as if the time at the Kentucky helm has been somehow magnified by the overwhelming mantle of suffocating responsibility. With apologies to Sylvester Stallone, Calipari’s bruised spirit, bloodshot eyes, and furrowed brow reminds me of a bloated version of a fading Rocky Balboa. I’m transfixed by his image. I can’t stop staring at him, unable to fully grasp either the reality or the significance of what I’m seeing.


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