August 25 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Asher, Jarvis plead not guilty

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The Clay County Judge Executive, Joe Asher and road foreman, Buford Jarvis indicted on several charges pleaded not guilty. They were indicted for abuse of public trust, bribery of a public servant and criminal possession of a forged instrument. Asher and Jarvis are facing 9 counts each. Their next hearing will be set for December 5.


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Pray for our nation

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A singing and a prayer will be held for our nation and the up coming election on October 22 from 1 PM till 5 PM at Rawlings and Stinson Park. Any church or individual wants to sing pleases contact Monica Hubbard at 606-598-1171 or Lisa Stewart 606-658-2183. It is hoped the brothers and sisters will come together as one.


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ARC Grants

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Earl Gohl, federal co-chair for ARC spoke at the POWER grant awards announcement last week, where EKCEP was awarded $2.75 million to help develop a technology ecosystem in Eastern Kentucky.


The Administration announced awards totaling $38.8 million for 29 economic and workforce development projects — in and across multiple states — that are building a stronger economic future for their communities, businesses, and workers. The awards are administered by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA), and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA). With these investments, it’s estimated that 3,418 jobs will be created or retained, and an additional $66,970,000 will be leveraged through investments from other public and private partners.


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Pickup Stolen from Parking Lot

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Patricia Stanley, age 36, of Douglas Boulevard (Corbin) and John Darr, age 38, of Curry Lane (Corbin) were arrested on American Greeting Card Road near West Cumberland Gap Parkway after a traffic stop on a vehicle allegedly involved in a vehicle theft at a business parking lot the day before. Stanley and Darr had allegedly been observed on video surveillance allegedly involved in taking a 1994 Chevrolet pickup truck. Both were also determined to be under the influence.


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Oneida Man Jailed In London

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Stephen J. Marcum, age 29, of North Highway 66 (Oneida) has been transferred to the Laurel County Detention Center on several charges. He has been charged with assault (second degree); operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs/etc.; probation violation (felony offense) and probation violation (technical violation).


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Gray steals gun, checks from boyfriend

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Jennifer Gray, age 32, of Maplesville Road (London) was arrested regarding alleged thefts of seven different firearms that were apparently pawned in several counties, along with five personal checks that were stolen, forged, and cashed from her boyfriend. The boyfriend drove her to the Sheriff’s office and while he reported the thefts she ran off but was located a short time later by deputies.


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Crash Near Lily

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A two vehicle injury traffic crash on US 25, near Lily when apparently a red Sonoma pickup traveling north attempted a left turn and collided with a silver Toyota. The driver of the Sonoma, Gary Long, age 58, of Corbin was transported to St. Joseph Hospital London for treatment of possible injuries.
The driver of the Toyota, Shannon Sams age 47, of Corbin had no injuries reported.


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Bark For Life

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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.


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