Kentucky Mountain Housing awarded PNC Foundation Grant
Kentucky Mountain Housing Development Corporation (KMHDC) has been awarded a grant by the PNC Foundation in the amount of $7,500. The funds will, in turn, be awarded to one or more households to assist with providing either new construction or home rehabilitation services. Additionally, the funds will be awarded to the household(s) in the form of a grant and will serve as subsidy for the cost of the services that the household receives.
Clay County Magistrate Hugh Gregory said Thursday that his fifth district is not getting the amount of roadwork that the other five districts are getting.
Speaking during the fiscal court’s regular monthly meeting, Gregory said that he is receiving complaints by his constituents that other districts are getting more work. “I think the fifth district needs to get caught up before more is done for the others,” he said.
Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Smith arrested Bobby Joe Wagers Saturday on a charge of sodomy.
The U. S. Secret Service paid a visit to Clay County last Thursday to investigate a case of mail fraud.
Clay County Sheriff Kevin Johnson said Tuesday that agents from the service were looking for a Clay County juvenile who allegedly had procured $25,000 worth of merchandise illegally from the outdoor supplier Cabela’s.
On a cold January day, a man who brought warmth to many in Clay County was laid to rest.
Leslie “Les” Carnahan was transported from the Greenbriar Presbyterian Church Saturday in a mule drawn wagon down the road to the family cemetery.
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