2-14-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF KYNECT?

With Governor-elect Matt Bevin vowing for health care reform, thousands of Clay residents wonder…

Kendra Frost, Jenoia Sester and Chad Corum of Corum Family Pharmacy fill prescriptions Monday morning. Corum sees changes coming to the health care industry that will impact his business, but he hopes everyone can keep their coverage even if it hurts his business. Photo by Jim Wilson.

Kendra Frost, Jenoia Sester and Chad Corum of Corum Family Pharmacy fill prescriptions Monday morning. Corum sees changes coming to the health care industry that will impact his business, but he hopes everyone can keep their coverage even if it hurts his business. Photo by Jim Wilson.

That is one of the most discussed questions for residents of Clay County since it was the major issue in the recent race for governor. We have heard that everyone who has signed up for private insurance or Medicaid through the Kentucky run website would be denied health card as early as December 8 to concerns that the current state of health care will soon bankrupt the Commonwealth.

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Two set for theft arraignment

Couch Road man to face DUI, terroristic threatening charges

Two defendants are scheduled for an arraignment before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House in Clay County Circuit Court Monday, November 30 on theft charges.

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CLAY MAN TIED TO LAUREL THEFTS

Joint investigation leads to arrest of Wagers

MARTY WAGERS is accused of being involved in a burglary .

MARTY WAGERS is accused of being involved in a burglary .

Following a joint investigation by the Clay and Laurel Counties Sheriff’s Offices, a Clay County man faces several charges releated to a burglary in Laurel County, according to a press release form Laurel County Sheriff John Root .

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TIGERS GET PHYSICAL

Clay outlasts Knox Central 53-42 in brute force fashion

Jacob Curry goes up for a blocked shot attempt in Clay’s hard fought victory over Knox Central. Photo by Chris Meadows.

Jacob Curry goes up for a blocked shot attempt in Clay’s hard fought victory over Knox Central. Photo by Chris Meadows.

In what was described as their most physical game of the year, the Clay County Middle School 8th grade Tigers pulled out a 53-42 victory over Knox Central last week.

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TIGER ARCHERY

Kasi Hubbard came in 5th recently at an archery tournament with a 278 score and last week placed second with a 289.

Kasi Hubbard came in 5th recently at an archery tournament with a 278 score and last week placed second with a 289.

Deer totals are up for Clay

With still a few days left of gun season, deer totals for Clay County has surpassed those of the previous year, according to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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IS THERE A FUTURE FOR COAL MINING?

During an interview with Shamrock Coal Company founder B. Ray Thompson, we asked him the big question…

‘NONE’

– B. Ray Thompson on coal’s future

In 20 yrs. he predicts no industry

During a recent interview with the Manchester Enterprise, Shamrock Coal owner and operator B. Ray Thompson was very blunt when asked about the future of coal.

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