July 26 on News Stands Wednesday!

July 26 on News Stands Wednesday!

7-26-17

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Small Steps to Health & Wealth

Small Steps to Health & Wealth – People often “disconnect” themselves from their personal health habits and financial practices. However, it’s hard to change behavior, to improve your health or increase your wealth, when you don’t fully acknowledge the problems with your current situation. Trying to make changes without an identified starting point is like making a plane reservation and not indicating the airport that you’re leaving from. You have to admit that you have a problem before you can take steps to address it. Be looking on our Facebook page starting in August for posts on this program for the next several months. You should find two posts a month. Hope this helps you to make changes in your health and wealth to improve your wellbeing.


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SOAR Summit

University of Kentucky men’s basketball coach John Calipari will keynote the 2017 SOAR Summit on Friday, August 4 at the East Kentucky Expo Center in Pikeville. The one-day event will feature an update on projects across SOAR’s 54-county service area and a Solution Showcase to highlight areas of innovation that align with SOAR’s Regional Blueprint. More than 130 solutions from the SOAR.network will be highlighted from across Appalachian Kentucky, showcasing people and programs addressing the goals outlined in SOAR’s Regional Blueprint.


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Emergency road aid

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet today announced that the Clay County Fiscal Court will receive $51,820 in County Road Aid emergency funds. These funds will be used for slip or slide repairs on Erline Road (CR-1063), making it safer for cars, school buses and other vehicles that rely upon this highway. The project is located 1.000 miles south of KY-66 (milepoint 0.534), extending north to 0.830 miles south of KY 66 (milepoint 0.704). The Clay County Fiscal Court is responsible for administering the work.


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Helping Kids

Clay County Senior Citizens director Carmen Webb recently presented plastic lids and pop tabs to Leslie County Shrine Club members Buddy and Ronnie Gay. Plastic lids go to Vicco Baptist for children who are being treated for leukemia and the tabs help Shriners give I-Pads for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital burn unit. Thanks to everyone that saves and donate and a special thanks to Will White who donated over 3000 lids and the Shriners and Senior Citizens who work together throughout the year to assist with programs for transportation and services for children.


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Jail Garden

Clay County Jailer Linda Smallwood would like to than the staff and inmates at the Clay County Detention Center for their hard work in the jail garden. They have picked 26 bushel of beans in a little over three rows. The inmates break the beans in the cells and they enjoy eating fresh vegetables. She would also like to thank the cooks who preserve the beans and prepare the meals.


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Clay County Labor Force Goes Over 6000

Clay County added 55 workers to the labor force from between May and June going over 6000 for the first time since 2014. Almost 100 workers were listed as unemployed for a total of 593, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. Unemployment increased from 8.3% to 9.8%.


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