February 22 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

February 22 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Circuit Clerks Trust For Life

Charlotte Wong with the Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates presented a check to Clay County ATC HOSA Chapter advisor Tammy Jones to help with travel expenses to the State Convention in March. CCHS student Mikila Goins was recognized for her work for the Kentucky organ donor registry at the office of Circuit Court Clerk James Phillips Friday.


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Venable Charged With Burglary

Megan Venable, age 40 of Old Whitley Road (London) was arrested on McWhorter Road after deputies were dispatched to a complaint that Venable had broken into a residence of an elderly female victim while the victim was at home. The victim confronted the intruder and was told by the intruder that she had better not call the law. The suspect then fled the scene but was located about an hour later by officers and taken into custody. Venable was determined to be under the influence.


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Hyde honored with own day

On Sunday, Manchester Baptist Church celebrated UK Football Player and Clay County Native, Jacob Hyde, by declaring it Jacob Hyde Day. The ceremony was featured on a local TV station. Hyde who not only strives to be a leader while playing football also works to make an impact in the community. Hyde expects to graduate in May with a degree in Social Work, before going on to graduate school.


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Clay County PRIDE

Clay County’s local PRIDE Coordinator, Tony Craft is looking for volunteers to be a part of “A Generation of Change” during PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. Craft is also responsible for Animal Control and Solid Waste Management in Clay County. PRIDE Coordinators are volunteers who are appointed by mayors, judge-executives and nonprofit organizations. They work with the PRIDE staff to organize cleanup activities, recruit volunteers and track cleanup results. To learn more about Spring Cleanup activities in Clay County, please call Tony Craft at 606-681-5379 or email tonycraftac2@outlook.com.


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