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Somerset girl dies here

A 16-year-old girl from Somerset died Saturday around noon at a residence on Ham Hollow.

Assistant Clay County Coroner Jarrod Becknell said he could not give any other details at this time, except to identify her as Jamie Lee Biers.

According to the Rominger Funeral Home, Jamie Lee Biers was born October 27, 1995 in Whitley County.  She was a student, and just finished her sophomore year at Southwestern High School in Pulaski County.

Clay County Coroner Danny Finley said that the body was taken to the state medical examiners’ office in Frankfort for “further pending investigation.”

Funeral services were scheduled for Wednesday with burial in the Manchester Memorial Gardens.

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Stivers' work against pill mills bears fruit

Since even before the Session started in January, Senator Robert Stivers (R-Manchester) was hearing from concerned parents, grandparents, friends, and others in the community about the explosion of prescription drugs on the street.

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Pat's Snack Bar to re-open

Pat’s Pool Room has been a well-known eatery for years in downtown famous for their hamburgers that were said to be the best anywhere.

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Phillips says thanks

Clay Circuit Court Clerk James Phillips contacted the Enterprise this week to thank all those who supported him during last week’s election.

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Murder case against Lanny Sizemore dismissed

The murder case against Lanny Sizemore was dismissed last Thursday in Clay Circuit Court.

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