A federal magistrate judge has continued the trial date for 12 people accused of oxycodone in Clay, Knott, Letcher and Perry counties.
With the November 6 election fast approaching, some readers have expressed confusion over the make up of school board, magisterial and constable districts.
According to a study released last week by the nonprofit, non-partisan Education Consumers Foundation (ECF), the vast majority of Clay County third grade students are reading well, despite most of them being eligible for the free and reduced lunch program.
Brittany Hooker says that getting shot in the eye saved her life, because it gave her a relationship with God, and directed her away from drugs.
A group of Clay County coaches, parents and some students asked the Clay County School Board Monday night to consider reversing its policy on holding children back for athletic purposes.
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