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Volunteer, hike and ride in Redbird on October 22

Volunteers of all ages are invited to pick up litter and enjoy the great outdoors during the first annual Redbird Ranger District PRIDE Cleanup from 10 am until noon on Saturday, Oct. 22.

“With a wide variety of sites to be cleaned — all in a gorgeous recreation area — this event will be ideal for groups of any age, ability and interest,” said PRIDE’s Tammie Wilson. “We hope to see families, school groups, scouts, church groups and businesses. After volunteering, you can spend the afternoon together, taking in the scenery.”

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:59

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A Mile in Her Shoes

Stiletto Stroll Raises Breast Cancer Awareness


Manchester Memorial Hospital Foundation hosted its first annual Stiletto Stroll Sunday at Rawlings and Stinson Park.

Participants dressed in pink, dawned pink hair, and put on a pair of high-heeled shoes, and walked a mile around the walking track for breast cancer awareness.

The idea behind the Stiletto Stroll was “To walk a mile in her shoes”.



Dozens of peole threw on heels and tennis shoes, to "walk a mile in her shoes" by raising breast cancer awareness at the first annual Manchester Memorial Hospital Foundation's Stiletto Stroll, by Project Pink.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:55

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Tire Disposal Company Opening on Little Goose

After months of paper work and preparation, Clay County will greet the opening of a new tire disposal business in the next week.

JW&S Enterprises, a tire disposal company led by Urban Creek man James Woods and Bill Shepherd, of West Virginia, will be setting up their company in the Little Goose community on Caudill Gap.

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One Shot and One Stabbed On Curry Branch

On Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at approximately 9:36 PM, the Kentucky State Police, Post 11 London, received a report of an Assault at a residence on Curry Branch Road in Clay County.


Upon investigation into the incident KSP Detective Donald Wilson determined that Jamie Scott Abner, 40, of Clay County was at the residence of Roy Glenn Wagers, 36, when an altercation began.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 12:41

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Phase 2 of Operation Avalanche was launched Thursday night. The Clay County Sheriff's Department launched it's second drug round-up in two weeks.

Several arrests were made, including three that were made outside a Horse Creek convenience store.

There will be more to follow on this story.


Deputy Randy Craft looks through several prescription pill bottles confiscated, which resulted in the  Clay County Sheriff's Department arresting three people at Sibert's Grocerey on Horse Creek.

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Last Updated on Friday, 07 October 2011 13:33


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