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Bark For Life

Bark for Life

Dogs and Humans to Fight Back Against Cancer at the Second Annual Clay County Bark For Life Event on Saturday, September 17 at Salt Works Village in East Manchester. Dozens of peoples and their canine friends will come together for fun, games, dress-up contest, food and a special walk to celebrate canine companionship for Cancer survivors.

Participants are also raising funds to support the American Cancer Society’s mission to save lives from cancer. It’s all part of the American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement.

This event is for anyone who wants to help in the fight against cancer while supporting the American Cancer Society and Clay County Relay For Life, all while having some fun with your dog! Put those paws to work for less cancer and more.

For more information contact 606-813-4345.

Pink Pumpkin Patch

Pink Pumpkin

A pumpkin decorating contest to promote breast cancer awareness by decorating you pumpkin pink. Awards will be given for the most money raised by a business and an individual. Pumpkins will be displayed at the Relay for Life Pink Ribbon Banquet October 7. For more information contact Marilyn Hacker at 606-598-3534. Display your pumpkin in your business or at Pizza Hutt from September 26 through October 7.


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Barrel maker planning expansion

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To make bourbon, you have to have barrels, and Kentucky distillers need a lot of them. To accommodate that demand, East Bernstadt Cooperage in Laurel County is considering a $20 million expansion. East Bernstadt Cooperage and Robinson Stave Co. are owned by the Robinson family. They make white oak barrels for bourbon, wine and other wood products.


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Knox man charged after viewing child porn

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A Knox County man has found himself behind bars after police say he was looking at child porn in a public library according to our sister publication The Mountain Advocate. Somerset Police arrested Ricky Gray, 30, of Cannon and charged him with one count of distribution of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor, first offense.


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