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11-22-17

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THEFT, ARSON INDICTMENTS

Hunter indicted for theft; Bishop faces arson charges

ROBERT HUNTER faces theft charges for allegedly stealing an Artic Cat ATV.

ROBERT HUNTER faces theft charges for allegedly stealing an Artic Cat ATV.

Robert Anthony Hunter is scheduled for a pretrial hearing on charges that he was in possession of a stolen Arctic Cat before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House in Clay County Circuit Court November 2.

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SPIDER THURMAN BOWL ‘THE CHAMPS’

Bobcats blank Tigers 32-0 to finish season undefeated

Members of the Burning Springs Bobcats were all smiles following their 32-0 victory over Manchester in the Spider Thurman Bowl Championship Saturday night at Tiger Stadium. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Members of the Burning Springs Bobcats were all smiles following their 32-0 victory over Manchester in the Spider Thurman Bowl Championship Saturday night at Tiger Stadium. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Domination.

That’s all you can say about Burning Springs 32-0 win over Manchester in the Spider Thurman Bowl Saturday.

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TIGERS OVERCOME BELL IN FOUR OVERTIMES

Scored tied at 14 each at end of regulation

Connor Robinson makes a play on the ball after getting hit by a Bell County defender. Photo by Chris Meadows.

Connor Robinson makes a play on the ball after getting hit by a Bell County defender. Photo by Chris Meadows.

Defense ruled for four quarters in Clay’s 46-44 four overtime win Saturday against Bell County. Yes, the defense ruled for four quarters.

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Mountaineers capture 49th district tourney

Defeat North, South Laurel enroute to district title

Dejour Frazier attempts to make a steal against South’s Matthew Collins in the 49th District finals. Photo by Paul Coots.

Dejour Frazier attempts to make a steal against South’s Matthew Collins in the 49th District finals. Photo by Paul Coots.

It wasn’t easy, but Oneida Baptist captured the 49th district tournament with victories over North and South Laurel.

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Lady Tigers finish state runners-up at tourney

Semi-final game victory leaves Clay tired

The 7th grade Lady Tigers finished as state runners-up. Team members are: Taylor Asher, Alexis Lewis, Edwina Hacker, Hailey Napier, Allie Rose Phillips, Courtney Jones, Madison Jones, Clara Collins.

The 7th grade Lady Tigers finished as state runners-up. Team members are: Taylor Asher, Alexis Lewis, Edwina Hacker, Hailey Napier, Allie Rose Phillips, Courtney Jones, Madison Jones, Clara Collins.

The future looks bright for the Lady Tiger basketball program as the 7th grade team finished as state runnersup over the weekend.

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Tigers fall 41-6 at Rock

Offensively, the Tigers just cannot get anything going without injured quarterback Will Sexton. It showed again this week as they fell 41-6 to Rockcastle County.

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HECTOR WOMAN KILLED

Joe B. Collins charged with murder in death of his niece Goldie Bowling

JOE B. COLLINS, 64, of Hector, has been charged with murder in the death of his niece Goldie Bowling. He is currently lodged in the Clay County Jail without bond.

JOE B. COLLINS, 64, of Hector, has been charged with murder in the death of his niece Goldie Bowling. He is currently lodged in the Clay County Jail without bond.

A family is torn apart as an uncle has been accused of killing his niece on Hector Monday afternoon.

 GOLDIE BOWLING, 41, was shot and killed at her hom on Hector. Her uncle has been charged in the crime. Funeral arrangements had not been completed at press time.


GOLDIE BOWLING, 41, was shot and killed at her home on Hector. Her uncle has been charged in the crime. Funeral arrangements had not been completed at press time.

Joe B. Collins appeared before District Judge Henrietta Bailey Lewis Tuesday morning on murder charges via video from the Clay County Detention Center. He is accused of shooting his niece, Goldie Bowling, multiple times with a handgun at their family residence on Hwy. 149.

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