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Roark Retires

Coach Kenny Roark

A new Clay County Tiger football coach may be in place by the middle of May, according to school superintendent Reecia Samples.

The job posting is currently online at www.khsaa.org and the superintendent says they would love to have a new coach in place within four weeks.

“That would be an optimistic timetable,” she said.

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Hacker fired

Embattled Manchester City Supervisor Wes Hacker was fired from city employment last Thursday, according to Mayor George Saylor.

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Former resident hurt in tornado improving

Former Clay County resident Amy Harris, 23, is improving after suffering life-threatening injuries during a tornado that struck Laurel County early this month.

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PVA fined for hiring wife

Clay County Property Valuation Administrator (PVA) Phillip Mobley has been fined by the state Executive Branch Ethics Commission for hiring his wife in his office.

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Tuesday afternoon total loss

The home of James Hibbard and his wife at 292 Hibbard’s Branch Road was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon. 

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