Three people indicted in federal court for allegedly murdering a Clay County man plan to argue to the Department of Justice that they should not face the death penalty.
In the fall of 2013, the City of Manchester decided to create a strategic plan to bring together various community projects and volunteers to foster real change in the city and county.
While ideas discussed at the SOAR Summit continue to inspire local leaders and constituents to develop strategies to revitalize Kentucky’s Appalachian region, economic development in Eastern Kentucky stands little chance without an end to its tradition of corruption.
On December 17, 2013 a local resident alerted the Clay County Sheriff’s office of a suspicious phone call he received.
The people of eastern Kentucky are hurting, and many feel it’s due, at least in part, to the administration’s “War on Coal” – excessive, overly burdensome regulations on coal.
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