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American Heart Month

American Heart Month is underway, a time during which community members are encouraged to learn about heart disease and how to make healthy lifestyle changes to lead to a lifetime of heart health. If you are experiencing an irregular heartbeat or palpitations, schedule an appointment with a health care provider.


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Washington Youth Tour deadline is February 28

Students participating in the 2017 Jackson Energy Washington Youth Tour were, from left to right, Ali Wade, Jackson County High School; Mackenzie Morris and David Walker House, North Laurel High School; and Jakob Smith, from South Laurel High School.

Washington Youth Tour deadline is February 28

High school students from Jackson Energy’s service area have until February 28 to apply for the Washington Youth Tour, a leadership program for high school juniors that includes a trip to Washington, D.C. Four junior students from local high schools will be selected to attend the week-long leadership program. Students visit government and historical sites and also meet with Congressional leaders, as well as learn about the rural electric cooperative program. Applicant’s parents or legal guardian must be a Jackson Energy Cooperative member with their primary residence or business served by the cooperative.


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UK Deans List

The University of Kentucky has released its Dean’s List for the Fall 2017 semester. Those from Clay County are: (Freshman) Lauren Skylar Bray, Elementary Education; Tyler F. Ferrell, Engineering; Joseph Crawford White, History; (Junior) Dylan S. Garrison, Civil Engineering; John Gilbert, Marcum Biology; Aaron C. Smith, Pre-Electrical Engineering; Amanda Brooke Browning, Social Work (Senior) Megan Elizabeth Davisson, Engineering; Billy A. Hacker, Computer Engineering; Shelley Elizabeth Ledford, Sociology; Kelsie Leyton Madden, Public Health; Tyler T. McDaniel, Accounting; Lillian Taylor Shepherd, Animal Sciences and Praewthida Kamsirikunakorn, Architecture.


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Manchester entrepreneur meeting

Troy Price of the Brushy Fork Institute at Berea College is setting up a meeting of Manchester Business Owners and potential Business Owners at noon on Tuesday February 13 in the Clay County Public Library Community Room. This is the first of a series of meetings so that entrepreneurs learn from each other to make Manchester an even stronger business community. Please make plans to attend. If you have any questions call 859.985.3860.


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Rice Appointed to Tourism Authority

Governor Matt Bevin has made the following appointments to Kentucky Boards and Commissions: Vanda Rice and Kimberly Huston have been appointed to the Tourism Development Finance Authority. Vanda Rice, of Manchester, is a retired speech language pathologist. She will serve for a term expiring Jan. 31, 2022. Kimberly Huston, of Bardstown, is president of the Nelson County Economic Development Agency. She will serve for a term expiring Jan. 31, 2022. The Tourism Development Finance Authority consists of seven gubernatorial appointees. The Authority makes and conditions loans from the Tourism Development Loan Program.


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Impact of Parental Incarceration

A new Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children issue brief by Kentucky Youth Advocates, Minimizing the Impact of Parental Incarceration on Children, shows three out of every five inmates in state custody have children, impacting approximately 32,700 Kentucky kids. The brief highlights the prevalence of parental incarceration in Kentucky, the impact it has on children, and the criminal justice policy changes that could hold parents accountable for their actions in ways that allow them to still care for their children.


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