New Gridiron Coach Says Tigers Are Adapting Well
New Tiger football Head Coach Kenny Roark goes over instructions during a recent Clay County practice.
With just under a month to go before the Clay County Tiger football team kicks off their 2011 football season, first-year Head Coach Kenny Roark says his players and staff is adjusting well to his new schemes.
“I think everyone’s adapting well,” said Coach Roark, “They’ve never been around anything like this.”
Designed to rate how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections, the latest Hospital Safety Score honored Manchester Memorial Hospital with an “A” – its top grade in patient safety.
In the days since the adjournment of the 2014 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, much has been said about the failure of the House of Representatives to pass Senate Bill 5 – Sen. Katie Stine’s legislation aimed at tackling Kentucky’s growing heroin problem.
Judge Joe Asher is proud to announce that $750,000 dollars has been approved for water line extensions in our county for this coming late spring /early summer. All that’s left is for the bids to be awarded for engineers to start.
Former Clay resident Dr Alison Bailey has been named the director of Ambulatory and Preventive Cardiology for UK HealthCare.
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