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HARD LUCK HITS TIGERS

South Laurel thrashes Tigers again as Sexton out with injury; Clay picks up victories over Jackson Co., Red Bird

Clay’s Logan Gabbard stretches for a rebound in his team’s loss to South Laurel Thursday night. It was the second loss to South this season. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Clay’s Logan Gabbard stretches for a rebound in his team’s loss to South Laurel Thursday night. It was the second loss to South this season. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Clay had a score to settle after their loss in the WYMT Mountain Classic to South Laurel. They had their chance to give a little payback Thursday night and where doing just that until bad luck struck.

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Solid effort in Clay loss

Lady Tigers fought hard in tough 55-52 loss to Madison Central They didn’t get over the hump in a tough road game, but Lady Tiger coach James “Ivy” Burchell said he like the way his team fought until the end in their 55-52 loss at Madison Central. “Any time you can come up here with…

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Toyota Classic awaits Clay

Annual trip to Scott Co. Thursday

For the last several years the Lady Tigers have used the Toyota Classic as a tune-up to ready themselves for the upcoming post season. This year won’t be any exception.

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Talking it over

Lady Tiger coach James “Ivy” Burchell talks over strategy during Clay’s game against Madison Central. Photo by James Phillips.

Lady Tiger coach James “Ivy” Burchell talks over strategy during Clay’s game against Madison Central. Photo by James Phillips.

‘Is there school tomorrow?’

Social media, radio, board of education flooded each winter with calls on school closing during bad weather, here’s a look at who/how decision is made

Transportation Director RONNIE MATHIS and TONY EDWARDS look over the weather radar Tuesday morning. School officials say a lot of time and effort are put into making the decision on having school.

Transportation Director RONNIE MATHIS and TONY EDWARDS look over the weather radar Tuesday morning. School officials say a lot of time and effort are put into making the decision on having school.

School transportation director Ronnie Mathis was out of the bed by 3:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Why? He was watching the weather forecast gathering all the information he can before contacting school superintendent William Sexton.

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PLEA CHANGE REQUESTED

Collins back in jail on theft charge; requests to change guilty plea in death

Two days before he was to appear in Clay County Circuit Court in a murder case, a Manchester man was arrested on theft charges.

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COLLETT DIES IN ICY CREEK WRECK

BEACHEL COLLETT, 49, was pronounced dead following a one-vehicle accident on Island Creek.

BEACHEL COLLETT, 49, was pronounced dead following a one-vehicle accident on Island Creek.

A Manchester man has died as the result of an early morning accident combined with cold January weather.

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SNOW DAYS AHEAD?

Transportation Cabinet says they’re always ready for the possibility of winter weather

Clay’s state department highway superintendent WAYNE SIZEMORE and his crew say they’re ready for hazardous road conditions. They ask that motorists be patient during winter weather events as they clear the roadways to ensure their safe travel.

Clay’s state department highway superintendent WAYNE SIZEMORE and his crew say they’re ready for hazardous road conditions. They ask that motorists be patient during winter weather events as they clear the roadways to ensure their safe travel.

Price memorial to hang in courthouse

BEVERLY CRAFT presents a framed memorial of WWII pilot Steve Price to the Clay County fiscal Court. Former Clay County Judge Executive James G. Garrison donated the memorial.

BEVERLY CRAFT presents a framed memorial of WWII pilot Steve Price to the Clay County fiscal Court. Former Clay County Judge Executive James G. Garrison donated the memorial.

First Lieutenant Steve Reid Price was the pilot of the P-51 Mustang Fighter Plane “Kentucky Babe” in World War Two. He was assigned to the 352nd Fighter Group, 328th Squadron stationed northeast of London in Bodney, England.

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MOUNTAIN DISASTER?

Tigers drop two of three at WYMT Mountain Classic; Perry Central, 13th region rival South throttle Clay

Trey Farmer tries to split the South Laurel Cardinal defense in Clay’s loss during the third place game of the WYMT Mountain Classic Saturday. Photo by Les Nicholson.

Trey Farmer tries to split the South Laurel Cardinal defense in Clay’s loss during the third place game of the WYMT Mountain Classic Saturday. Photo by Les Nicholson.

Many predicted a South Laurel/Clay County game in the WYMT Mountain Classic. It would be a championship game featuring the two best teams in the 13th region. Fans got their wish, but it was for third place as both teams were beaten in the semi-finals (South to Harlan County and Clay to Perry Central).

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