November 15 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

November 15 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

11-15-17

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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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Volunteers Needed

Perhaps you could read a while, play a game of checkers, discuss the days events, reminisce, or just sit and watch a little TV with our of our local Seniors. Cumberland Valley District Long Term Care Program is in need of volunteers and friendly visitors to enrich the lives of our Seniors in long term care facilities. If you currently visit with someone in a long term care facility or would like to become more involved call Arlene Gibson, Cumberland Valley District Long Term Care Ombudsman, Cumberland Valley ADD at 606-864-7391 ext. 119.


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OBI “Operation Christmas Child”

In November, Oneida Baptist Institute donated 32 shoeboxes of toys, hygiene items and school supplies to the Samaritan’s Purse project, “Operation Christmas Child.” Susette Clark, OBI Student Coordinator, sponsored the “Operation Christmas Child” effort at OBI. She is also one of 80,000 volunteers who sort the shoeboxes at eight locations. Clark transported to our county’s collection center a total of 142 boxes, which included boxes from Oneida Baptist Church and New Prospect Baptist Church. These boxes will be among the millions of boxes sent from the U.S. to children all over the world for Christmas!


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EKU TUITION FREEZE

The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, acting on a recommendation from President Michael Benson, has unanimously approved a tuition freeze for the 2018-19 academic year. Noting the excitement among current students about the freeze, Student Regent Laura Jackson called the freeze a “recruitment tool” and predicted it would improve retention rates.


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Judicial College

Circuit Court Judge Oscar Gayle House, who serves Clay, Jackson and Leslie counties, participated in sessions on racial fairness in jury selection, eyewitness testimony and the opioid epidemic at the 2017 Circuit Judges College in Louisville. The Education Committee of the Kentucky Circuit Judges Association and the Office of Judicial Branch Education at the Administrative Office of the Courts developed the college. The college included several technology-related sessions, including those on e-Discovery, judicial and ethical issues for judges using social media, and digital evidence.


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