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Member of Chicken Head Mafia Sentenced to Manchester FCI

A member of the Chicken Head Mafia, Jeffrey Brian “Fro” Wills, a 36-year-old Greene County (TN) resident who played a large role in a Hamblen County (TN) based crystal-meth prosecution, was sentenced to the minimum 20 years in federal prison. U.S. District Judge Leon Jordan recommended that Wills be incarcerated at a federal prison in Manchester, Kentucky. He represented for the Chicken Head Mafia by carrying a stash bag and key ring that featured the initials “CHM,” according to his plea agreement.


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KPR to meet

The Cumberland Valley Chapter of the Kentucky Public Retirees (KPR) will meet Tuesday May 9 at Golden Corral in London at 11:30 AM. The guest speaker will be Larry Totten, President of the Kentucky Public Retirees. An election of chapter officers for the up coming year will be held.


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Abundance of berries

The Clay County Extension Office announces that Maggie & Johnny Napier have invited us to their home to learn how Johnny prunes, fertilizes and generally cares for his blackberry canes to produce such an abundance of berries. Join us on May 5th at 4:00 pm. Please call 606-598-2789 to let us know if you will be attending and the location. Free and open to the public.


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Snakes of Eastern KY

Snakes of Eastern KY will be May 8th at 6:00 pm at the Robinson Center Auditorium in Jackson, KY. The instructor is Thomas Maigret, PhD Student at the UK Department of Biology. Topics will include: Diversity and ecology of snakes in Eastern Kentucky, snake behavior and natural history and the ecological value of snakes and snake venom research. There will be live snakes, including a copperhead and a timber rattlesnake! For more information you can call 606-666-2438.


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Summer Containers

The Clay County Extension Office presents Summer Containers May 9th at 2:00 pm at the Extension Office. Maggie Napier has volunteered to share her knowledge with us about planting containers. She will talk about the importance of having a thriller, spiller and filler in your container. Come enjoy an opportunity to learn about containers for your plants. This program is free and open to the public. Please call 606-598-2789 to register.


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4-H 4K Race

The 4-H 4K Race is scheduled for May 20th beginning at 10:00 am at Rawlings and Stinson Park. Registration fee is $10. Deadline to register is May 15th. Winners from each age level will be recognized and receive an award. 4-H 4K is sponsored by the 4-H Teen Club. All proceeds benefit Clay County 4-H. For more information, call the Clay County Extension Office at 606-598-2789.


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Photography Camp

The Clay County Extension Office presents Photography Camp May 22nd at 1:00 pm at the Extension Office. Let your child experience the art of photography. Photography Camp is FREE & open to all youth in 3rd – 12th grades. Cameras will be provided or you can bring your own. Each child will have the opportunity to exhibit their best photographs at the Clay County Showcase in June and the Clay County Homemakers Photography Show in August. Please call 606-598-2789 to register before the May 19th deadline. Limited number of spots are available.


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Just Get Moving Manchester

The Clay County Extension Office presents Just Get Moving Manchester will be on May 25th from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at Rawlings & Stinson Park. Come out and play some games, old and new; activities for young and not so young individuals. Enjoy spending the evening outdoors with family and friends. Prizes will be given away. Free and open to the public.


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