December 13 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

December 13 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

12-13-17

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OFFICIAL OF THE YEAR

Governing Magazine names Robert Stivers as National Public Official of the Year

Kentucky Senate President ROBERT STIVERS has been named the National Public Official of the Year by Governing Magazine.

Kentucky Senate President ROBERT STIVERS has been named the National Public Official of the Year by Governing Magazine.

Governing Magazine has named Manchester resident and Kentucky Senate President the National Public Official Of the Year. Every year since 1994, Governing has honored individual state and local government officials for outstanding accomplishment by naming them Public Officials of the Year.

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BIG BUCKS DOWN

Opening weekend of modern gun season means one thing…

BIG BUCKS DOWN

Deer totals for Clay down compared to past three seasons

Terry Roberts killed this massive 21-point buck Saturday morning near Elk Creek. He said it took him nearly seven hours to remove the buck. He estimated it’s body weight at 200lbs.

Terry Roberts killed this massive 21-point buck Saturday morning near Elk Creek. He said it took him nearly seven hours to remove the buck. He estimated it’s body weight at 200lbs.

Hunters are not having the success they’ve had in past years, but they’re off to a pretty good start since the opening of modern gun season Saturday.

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Can North Laurel sweep the 49th?

Tigers, Lady Tigers have stiff competition in fight for 49th district titles this year.

North Laurel has never swept the 49th District tournaments in both boy’s and girl’s play. This year, they have the potential to do just that.

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UNDER ATTACK?

Criminals are becoming more and more brazen when it comes to attacking law enforcement, police say it’s time something has to be done.
Law enforcement feel they’re under attack?

Clay County Sheriff’s Deputy Taye Napier wears his body armor as he escorts convictted felon Corky Price following his arrest on gun and drug charges.

Clay County Sheriff’s Deputy Taye Napier wears his body armor as he escorts convictted felon Corky Price following his arrest on gun and drug charges.

“When is enough, enough?” asked Clay County Sheriff Kevin Jackson when discussing the recent murder of Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis.

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