Equipment Roadeo

The District 11 Equipment Roadeo was held Friday, May 19. Gregory Dewees, Jr. (Laurel County) won the overall individual championship by placing first in four of the six events. Buster Hoskins of Clay County finished second in Tractor and Tandem Trailer. The annual Roadeo brings together equipment operators from the district’s county garages for a day of friendly competition and fellowship.


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Lineman & Fiber Optics Program

After two months of extensive training, 21 Eastern Kentuckians were recognized during a ceremony on Friday, May 19 for completing the Lineman & Fiber Optics Training course offered through the Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC) in partnership with the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. (EKCEP) and Hiring Our Miners Everyday (H.O.M.E.).


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Taylor accepted into STEM program

Jim Taylor (right) a teacher at Clay County High School traveled to Frankfort, for a recognition ceremony for his acceptance, along with Freddie Napier (center), into the STEM program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Only two teachers, across the state, are accepted for this program. Also shown is Carla Turner Taylor (left).


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Carry Concealed Class

There will be a Carry Conceal Deadly Weapons Class on Monday June 5 at 5:30 PM at the Clay County health Department Community Room. The class room will be on Monday evening and the range will be on the following evening. The class cost is $65.00. Hearing and eye protection will be supplied, but you can bring your own. Please bring pistol and ammo to class on Monday June 5 at 5:30 PM. For more info call 606-598-3471.


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Missouri Senator Challenged When Making Fun of Clay County

Elizabeth Powell, Professor of Psychology at St. Louis Community College challenged Jeff Smith, author of “Mister Smith Goes to Prison,” after he mocked Clay County in a public speech in St. Louis. Smith, a former Missouri state senator, broke a Missouri election campaign law. Powell listened as he bemoaned his prison assignment to — alas — Clay County, Kentucky. In his talk, he imitated the guards and prisoners with comical anecdotes. His mistake was opening the floor to questions after his talk and Powell was “loaded for bear”…

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courier-journal.com


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49th District Championship RESCHEDULED

Tonights 49th District baseball and softball championships have been rescheduled for Thursday with each game starting at 6 p.m. in Jackson County. If, those games are canceled also, the softball championship will be played at noon on Friday with the time still undetermined for the boy’s championship.
The Tigers baseball and softball teams both will face North Laurel in the championship.

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