December 6 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

December 6 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

12-6-17

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Walk to Bethlehem

The annual Walk to Bethlehem will be Sunday, December 17 at 6:00 PM beginning at the Oneida Baptist Institute Chapel. This is always a special time of reflecting on the Savior’s birth as groups travel a luminary-lit path from the main campus to the “manger,” stopping along the way to hear the good news in word and song! There is a shuttle bus to return groups to the main campus from the farm. This event is sponsored by the OBI FFA chapter.


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Agriculture in the Classroom

Big Creek Elementary hosted Kentucky Agriculture and Environment in the Classroom. Ms Jennifer Elwell presented the program on Kentucky Agriculture and the many ways it influences our lives. The students then moved to the different stations for hands on activities. Clay County Farm Bureau provides this program to Clay County Schools each year.


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Smith files Memorandum

Terry R. Smith has filed an 89 page Memorandum of points, and authorities in support of motion for collateral relief in the United States District Court in London. Smith is currently severing a life sentence in a West Virginia federal prison. Smith also presented several statements and affidavits in support of his memorandum. A link to each of those PDF files are listed below.


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Panco Adds Ark

The Panco Community Church in Clay County has added a new aspect to their playground, a large 30-foot ark. Jerry Rice, the pastor at the church said this does more than just provide a place for families to come, it helps keep them out of drugs, a big problem in the area.


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Kentucky Volleyball — Thrills, Chills, and Kills

Thrills, Chills, and Kills—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — The matches I just witnessed during the first and second rounds of the 2017 NCAA Volleyball Tournament weren’t anything like the games our moms used to play. They weren’t the backyard variety we batted around at summer picnics nor were they the recreational version we played in church or intramural leagues. They were nothing like the two-man game invented on California beaches, and they certainly didn’t resemble the testosterone laden variation I participated in while serving in Uncle Sam’s Army.


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