1-17-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Tax Bills

Effective February 1, 2018, 21% penalties will be added to every unpaid 2017 Clay County tax bill (Real Estate only). Every delinquent tax bill will be transferred to the Clay County Clerk’s office on April 15, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Your bill will be subject to be purchased by a third party and there will be a substantial amount of penalties, interest and fees added to the total, if not paid in the sheriff’s office on or before April 15, 2018. No payments will be accepted after 3 PM on the final day of collections.


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Woods and Waters Weekend

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park will host the Kentucky Hills, Woods and Waters Weekend Jan. 19-21. This weekend will give guests a chance to explore Kentucky’s rich cultural and natural history by attending free activities and workshops. Participants will be able to choose from a variety of activities including guided hikes, kayaking, fishing, wildlife watching, and wildlife habitat restoration. Email: BretA.Smitley@ky.gov for a detailed program schedule.


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EKU ONLINE DEGREE


For the seventh year, EKU Online degree programs have been ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report. Eastern Kentucky University ranked in the top 25 for Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs and in the top 100 for Best Online Graduate Education Programs. Reviewers compared online degree programs using four categories: student engagement; faculty credentials and training, student services and technology, and peer reputation. A fifth category, admissions selectivity, was also considered for graduate programs.


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KU advanced meters

­­Kentucky Utilities announced after months of meetings with representatives of customer groups, they plan to ask the Kentucky Public Service Commission for approval of a “Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity” to install 1.3 million advanced meters across the utilities’ service territories. Advanced meters offer customers near-real-time energy-use information through a user-friendly online dashboard that provides insights into their energy consumption. The additional information gives customers the data to make decisions which can save them money. Advanced meters also allow utilities to better determine where outages are occurring, quickly diagnose the cause of the outage and, at times, respond more efficiently. In fact, power can sometimes be restored even before a customer reports an outage. The meters also provide streamlined meter-related processes and establish a foundation for a stronger energy grid, especially when combined with other automated technology.


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