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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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Just Get Moving Manchester

Just Get Moving Manchester – fun for the whole family on August 25 from 5:30 PM till 7 PM at Rawlings and Stinson Park sponsored by the Clay County Extension office featureing walking, hula hoop, dart game, jump rope, skit it, sack races, three legged race, egg race and team races. Prizes will be given and he event is open to the public. For more information call Clay County Extension Office at 606-598-2789.


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Eclipse will not impact electric service

Next week’s solar eclipse will not impact electric service for Jackson Energy’s more than 51,000 members. While national media reports the event will sideline 9,000 MW of solar farms nationwide, affecting 7 million homes in other parts of the country, the August 21 event will not interrupt service from Jackson Energy’s power supplier, East Kentucky Power.


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FBI honors Clay native

FBI Special Agent Nelson B. Klein a native of Clay County was honored by a state historical marker in Union County in August. He was killed in the line of duty 82 years ago. The marker dedication was hosted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Society of Former Special Agents, Cincinnati and Indianapolis offices; and the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum. Klein died in a shootout with convicted career criminal and car thief, George Barrett. The marker is entitled “Wanted by the FBI” and “Captured by G-Men.”


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Ride for Kids

Panco Community Church has already began their efforts to take back the kids by adding a new play ground. They will hold their First Annual Ride for Kids will take place August 19 beginning at Rawlings and Stinson Park with registration from 10 AM and the ride leaving at 11 AM. This will be a Free guided ride across different parts of Clay County and then returning to the park where the riders will be served a free lunch provided by Panco Riders, M.C. The theme of the ride is “United we ride countywide, taking the kids back.”


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Trampoline Park

A new family entertainment complex featuring an indoor trampoline park is coming to Eastern Kentucky. A group of four partners from Bell and Knox counties will be opening Air Raid Trampoline Park early next year in London near Exit 41 off of Interstate 75. Those involved include Jeff Bowling, Jerry Shoffner, Tim Bargo and Mike Taylor. All four are parents. In addition to the trampoline park, the planned 30,000 square foot facility will have climbing walls, dodge ball courts, a basketball court and a Ninja Warrior obstacle course as well as toddler areas, party rooms for birthdays and special events and a food court. There will be an arcade area and a second level viewing area for parents with free high speed Internet. In addition to providing entertainment, Air Raid Trampoline Park will have approximately 50 job positions to fill. There will be a few full-time positions will many more part-time opportunities for young people in the area.


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