July 12 on News Stands Wednesday!

July 12 on News Stands Wednesday!

7-19-17

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Church Sponsored Giveaway

The Booneville Baptist Association and Island Creek Baptist will be working with out of state groups and will host a giveaway at Island Creek Friday and Saturday beginning at 8 AM. Items will include: clothes, food, school supplies, personal hygiene (deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap etc.), dish washing liquid and lots of baby clothes.


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Original Whitetop Tribe

This is our flag flying over the Standing Rock NoDAPL campgrounds as we support their effort from September 2016. All words and images are protected by copyright of the Tribe of Whitetop Band of Native Indians.



If you are a descendant of the Original Whitetop Tribe, today would be perfect to get an application to fill out This is an invitation to all Sizemore and associated surname direct descendant everywhere to join our Whitetop Tribe. There are a lot of tribes forming, following in our footsteps and using our guidelines. Please know, The Whitetop Tribe is the True Original Sizemore Family Tribe. Our Tribe is well established, yet evolving daily and growing at a fast pace. We’re probably the largest Family Tribe in the State and if enough research was done we would most likely find that we are also the largest family oriented Tribe in the USA. Our Whitetop family is a mixture of different tribes from the past. In all honesty, at this time, no one knows the true origin of the Sizemore Indians. To claim we are Cherokee, Shawnee, Catawba, etc., is only speculation we are researching this and are confident that in the near future, we will pinpoint our origins. Please — Come Join Us!! We have a good, hardworking Council that will be here to help if needed. We are the Original Sizemore Family Tribe and Whitetop Proud! Thanks everyone!!

James Quietwolf Sizemore.


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CCMS Dress Code

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Clay County Middle School Principal Steve Burchfield reminds all parents that CCMS does have a dress code that is strictly enforced. Anything related to the dress code not listed that is deemed to be a distraction to the educational process by the principal may not be allowed. Some examples of inappropriate clothing include, but are not limited to: (1) Clothing which is excessively tight or exposing (ex. yoga pants); (2) Items of apparel with suggestive or disrespectful meaning; (3) Hats or caps (Preschool – 8); (4) Items with a potential for use as a weapon; (5) Clothing which is excessively “baggy”, “sagging”, or extra—large pockets; (6) Hoods should not be worn inside school buildings.

Dress Code for students in Grades 6-12:


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Personalized license plates

A major change is now in effect for those who want to order new personalized license plates. Requests must be submitted to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Department of Vehicle Regulation, Division of Motor Vehicle Licensing through the Drive.KY.Gov website. Approved requests will receive a pre-approval form that should be taken to the local County Clerk’s office for submission with the official application form. County Clerks will notify each customer when their new license plate is ready for pick-up. Denied requests will receive notification by mail or e-mail, including explanation of the appeals process. For more information call 502-574-1257 or Clay County Clerk Mike Baker at 606-598-2544.


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Bark For Life

The Clay County Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer. By supporting Bark For Life, you help the American Cancer Society save lives as well as help fund the Hope Lodge in Lexington, Kentucky. So bring your best canine friend and join us for a fun-filled day starting with a walk, and then continuing with demonstrations, contests, and games on Saturday August 26 from 10 till Noon at the Salt Works Village. If you would like to set up as a vendor or need more information please contact Sarah Gregory at (606) 813-4345.


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EKU Graduates

Eastern Kentucky University recognized 1,999 graduates at the conclusion of the Spring 2017 semester including these local students: Heather Rae Nolan, Nursing; Shade Tole Smith Nursing; Kimberly Anne Bush, General Studies; Kelly Renee Asher, School Media Librarian; Kevin Lee Davidson, Correctional & Juv Jus Studies; Jammie Nicole Gregory, Middle Grade Education; Kari Virginia Hibbard, School Media Librarian; William Anthony Hollen, Criminal Justice (Cum Laude); Natalie Noel Napier, School Media Librarian; Crystal Gail Wagers, Correctional & Juv Jus Studies; Alisha Nicole Stewart, Psychology; Alicia Mackenzie Davis, History; Brandy Nichole Burns, Nursing; Jessica Laise Hacker Biology; Sydney Renee’ Combs, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Ed; Summer Layne Jeffery, Justice Policy and Leadership; Joshua Adam Hoskins, Environmental Health Science; McKayla Raeann Bradshaw, Psychology (Cum Laude); Molly Macbeth Smith, Accounting (Summa Cum Laude).


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Understand Alzheimer’s Behaviors

To learn about Alzheimer’s behaviors, join in on a Telehealth program: Management of Behavioral Symptoms in Dementia that will be offered from 6:30 – 8 PM on Thursday, July 27th at Manchester Memorial Hospital in Manchester. A panel of experts from the University of Kentucky Sanders Brown Center on Aging and the Alzheimer’s Association will answer audience questions. This event is free and open to the public. To register, please contact Hardin Stevens at 859-323-2997 or hardin.stevens@uky.edu by July 20th.


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