2-14-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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MURDER:

STABBING, CHAINSAW HIGHLIGHT INCIDENT; CLAY COUNTY MAN CHARGED

Bradley “B.J.” Muncy, Jr.

Bradley “B.J.” Muncy, Jr. was the victim of a fatal stabbing on Bailey Road in Jackson County.

One man is dead and another is in jail charged with murder and under a $1 million bond as the result of a fight that occurred in Jackson County.


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NEEDING ANSWERS

POLICE NEED INFORMATION IN THREE UNSOLVED CLAY MURDER CASES

Leon & Shirley Jackson

Leon & Shirley Jackson

As of press time Tuesday Kentucky State Police have not released the name of any suspects and no arrests have been made in two high profile murder cases. Leon and Shirley Jackson were found at their home at the end of Burchell Branch Road December 9. They died of apparent gunshot wounds.

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PRANK CALL GONE BAD

BILLY’S BRANCH MAN JAILED AFTER REPEATEDLY CALLING 911 CENTER

Harold Williams

Harold Williams

A Billy’s Branch man has been arrested after making fake 911 calls and making threats to law enforcement.

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MAKING COUNTY HISTORY

FIRST-EVER REPUBLICAN CAUCUS WILL BE HELD IN KY. CLAY VOTERS WILL GO TO POLLS ON MARCH 5TH

On March 5 Kentucky will make history by holding the Commonwealth’s first-ever Republican Presidential Caucus. The voting will take place in Clay County at EKU/Manchester form 10 AM till 4 PM.

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A CLEAN SLATE?

LETTER SENT TO GOOSE ROCK SCHOOL ASKING TO ‘MAKE IT RIGHT’

When they opened the mail Friday morning at Goose Rock Elementary, they discovered a letter with a $12 money order inside it.  What’s shocking about that you ask?  Wait until you hear what the letter said.

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THE FINALS

Clay, North Laurel to meet in finals of district tournament as Jags try to capture their first-ever crowns

BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP

Rarely is there any question as to whether or not the Clay County Tigers will win the 49th District Tournament each year.

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THE REGION:

The 13th Region Tournament kicks off Monday with the girl’s; Wednesday with the boy’s. Now, who will be in the tourney?

Trying to predict who will be in this year’s 13th region boy’s and girl’s tournament is a lot easier than giving a guess on a recent snow forecast.

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TIGERS DOWN GENERALS 73-48

Game was never in doubt from the opening tip

A big first half by junior WILL SEXTON helped spur the Tigers in their victory over Jackson County Monday night. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

A big first half by junior WILL SEXTON helped spur the Tigers in their victory over Jackson County Monday night. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

The third time wasn’t the charm for the Jackson County Generals as they fell to the Tigers 73-48 in the opening round of the 49th district tournament.

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LADY TIGERS ESCAPE JACKSON 53-45

A horrendous shooting third quarter nearly kept the Lady Tigers from advancing to the 49th district tournament championship finals. But, as good teams do, they found a way to squeak out a victory, 53-45 over Jackson County.

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