2-21-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Clay Couple Charged With Rape

A Clay County couple is currently in the Clay County Detention Center after a Clay County Grand Jury indicted them on rape related charges. Jonathan R. Sexton, age 46, of North Highway 11 (Manchester) and Tina L. Sexton, age 36, of Route Two (Manchester) are scheduled for an arraignment in Clay Circuit Court before Judge Oscar Gayle House Monday January 8.


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Pedestrian Causes Accident

Laurel County Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Mink along with Deputy Brandon Broughton and Deputy Charlie Johnson investigated a two vehicle serious injury traffic crash (caused by a pedestrian stepping into the road) which occurred on Hal Rogers Parkway approximately 3 miles west of London on Saturday morning February 24, 2018 at approximately 11:23 AM.


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Kentucky Basketball — Senior (less) Day Salute

Senior (less) Day Salute—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — As a lifelong University of Kentucky sports fan, some of my most lasting basketball memories have been of Senior Day. The emotions and pageantry of four-year lettermen together with their loving and supportive families–parading one final time before an adoring BBN–never fails to bring tears to my steadfast eyes. Throw in a stanza or two of My Old Kentucky Home, and I’ll be a blubbering basket case before the night is over.


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Kentucky Basketball — Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Don’t Worry, Be Happy—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — The Kentucky versus Missouri basketball game tonight was played with a bit of uncertainty hanging over the Rupp Arena crowd. For the record, the Wildcats steamrolled the Tigers 87-66, but the looming shadows of an NCAA investigation regarding potential recruiting improprieties has rapidly put the brakes on what should have been an escalating BBN mood meter. Thoughts of high tournament seeds, Final Four runs, and additional glory for the greatest tradition in the history of college basketball have been painfully tempered by the discovery of free lunches, underhanded agents, and “bad loans” indicative of the seedy underbelly that has permanently infiltrated the landscape of the college game. Appropriately, Pat Forde, author of the Yahoo story, was on press row to witness Kentucky’s immediate response.


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