May 17 Graduation Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

May 17 Graduation Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Pride Grant

The Clay County Fiscal Court receive a $1000.00 grant associated with the 2016 Spring Pride cleanup. The award was announced by Pride President/CEO Tammie Wilson. 2017 marks the 20th anniversary of PRIDE. The anniversary theme is “a generation of change”


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Kentucky Softball — For the Love of the Game

Photo by Gary Moyers TCP

For the Love of the Game—By John Huang

The UK Softball team advanced through the NCAA Lexington Regional on Sunday with an exhilarating 4-2 win over Illinois. The Wildcats, riding the golden arms of senior Meagan Prince and Junior Erin Rethlake together with the sizzling bat of freshman Alex Martens, swept through DePaul and the Illini twice this weekend to survive the double elimination format. Coach Rachel Lawson’s crew now stands with an impressive 39-17 overall record for the year. The unpredictable Wildcats were .500 in the always murderous SEC gauntlet, knocking off nationally ranked powerhouses such as Florida and Texas A&M along the way. Next up for Kentucky will be the NCAA Super Regional round, a familiar Wildcat stomping ground in four of the past five years. “The one thing that I can guarantee is that this team knows how to fight,” Coach Lawson recently said. As I covered the Softball Wildcats throughout this season, I frequently questioned what motivated the team to always battle and fight at such a high level.


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King to participate in GSA

This summer, The Kentucky Center will host Stephen King of Oneida Baptist Institute and 255 other eager, young artists from every region of the commonwealth, as The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) takes place at Danville’s Centre College from June 18 to July 8. This year marks the program’s 30th anniversary. Instruction will be offered in nine disciplines and King will participate in Visual Arts.


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The Story of Alice Lloyd

TaLaura Mathis, of Clay County, checked an image on her camera at Alice Lloyd College on May 3, 2017. Mathis works in the school’s marketing office and was taking promotional photos. All fulltime students from Alice Lloyd’s service area work at least 10 hours on campus in return for free tuition.


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Poor People Are Cash Cows

Manchester and Clay County have been featured in an article “Being Poor Ain’t Cheap” in the online blog This Appalachia Life that is going viral on social media. Although Manchester is not the focus of the article is used as an example of how large corporations can target the poor and working poor.


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