November 15 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

November 15 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

11-15-17

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TWO CHARGED IN ABUSING CHILD

Manchester Police Department officers (MPD) made two arrests in the case of assault of a six-year-old.

BOBBY BARGER ran from police before being captured last week on abuse charges. He and the child’s are accused of abusing a six-year-old girl.

BOBBY BARGER ran from police before being captured last week on abuse charges. He and the child’s are accused of abusing a six-year-old girl.

Bobby Barger tried to escape the charges by fleeing from police. The MPD posted his photo on Facebook and several tips led to him being arrested at a residence on Cole Hollow Road in the Beech Creek area of Manchester according to a their press release.

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HUBBARD GOING BACK TO STATE

Lady Tiger golf team finishes fourth in region, best showing in school history at event

Bailey Hubbard will be going to the girl’s state golf tournament for the third year in a row. She finished fourth overall in the region tournament. Photo by Donna Gray.

Bailey Hubbard will be going to the girl’s state golf tournament for the third year in a row. She finished fourth overall in the region tournament. Photo by Donna Gray.

Lady Tiger golf reached a new plateau last week as for the first-time ever the team finished in the top 5 during the regional tournament at Burnside.

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Seniors lead Clay to comeback over Knox

Tigers use aggressive net play to down Lady Panthers

Shay Cotton reaches back to make a play at the net over powering this Knox Central defender in the Tigers win Thursday night. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Shay Cotton reaches back to make a play at the net over powering this Knox Central defender in the Tigers win Thursday night. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Amanda Bretz has never been a head coach, in any sport. The Tiger volleyball assistant got her chance Thursday night and came away with a victory over Knox Central.

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Knox crushes Tigers 50-8

Clay enters bye week trying to regroup; will travel to Rockcastle Co. October 16

Clay had a rough go of it Friday night at Union College as Knox Central handed them their sixth defeat on the season, 50-8. Photo by Mark Hoskins

Clay had a rough go of it Friday night at Union College as Knox Central handed them their sixth defeat on the season, 50-8. Photo by Mark Hoskins

The combination of a stingy defense, and a ground and pound running game led to an easy Knox Central win Friday, as the Panthers improved to 4-3 overall, but most importantly, 2-0 in district play, by knocking off struggling Clay County, 50-8.

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96 deer tagged in Clay during archery

Youth hunt coming this weekend

Tyler Allen nailed this buck with his bow over the weekend. He is shown here with girlfriend Amber Hurd.

Tyler Allen nailed this buck with his bow over the weekend. He is shown here with girlfriend Amber Hurd.

Archery season has been kind to Clay County hunters so far, according to the Ky. Department of Fish and Wildlife Telecheck system.

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GABBY BROWN TOURNAMENT

The Paces Creek Lady Bears won the Gabby Brown fundraising tournament Saturday. The tournament was held to help Gabby Brown, a CCHS student, offset medical expenses. She is shown here with the team.

The Paces Creek Lady Bears won the Gabby Brown fundraising tournament Saturday. The tournament was held to help Gabby Brown, a CCHS student, offset medical expenses. She is shown here with the team.

MOTION HEARING SET IN MILLS MURDER

Brock Bowling to appear in court over 2004 murder of Jimmy Mills; Supreme Court rules for new trial

BROCK BOWLING will appear in court Monday for a motion hearing involving the 2004 murder of Jimmy Mills. Mills body was found at Double Creek Park.

BROCK BOWLING will appear in court Monday for a motion hearing involving the 2004 murder of Jimmy Mills. Mills body was found at Double Creek Park.

A motion hearing is scheduled in a 2004 murder case before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House in Clay County Circuit Court, Monday October 5. Continue reading