1-17-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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TIGERS LOOKING TO ADVANCE IN PLAYOFFS

Lose showdown with Meece 14-6, but hopes still high

7th grade quarterback Connor Robinson looks for an open receiver against Meece. The Tigers lost 28-7. Photo by Chris Meadows.

7th grade quarterback Connor Robinson looks for an open receiver against Meece. The Tigers lost 28-7. Photo by Chris Meadows.

It was a battle of two of the top middle school teams in the area last week as Meece outlasted the Tigers 14-6, but they will get to do it again Thursday in Somerset.

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CLAY WAITING ON ‘SIGNATURE’ WIN

The Tiger volleyball team is still looking for that one ‘signature win’. The kind of win that establishes them as a region contender. Last week they faced off at home against North Laurel, arguably the third best team in the region.

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‘CATS PULL THE UPSET!

Clay Co. faithful were on hand to watch the win over Missouri

These Kentucky football fans were all smiles while tailgating Saturday at the newly renovated Commonwealth Stadium. (L-R) David Hensley, Quinn McWhorter, Quentin Lee McWhorter, Larry “Blue” Hensley, Jim Burns, Ronnie Reid, Robbie Hatcher, Les Hensley, & Rita Hatcher. Photo by Les Nicholson.

These Kentucky football fans were all smiles while tailgating Saturday at the newly renovated Commonwealth Stadium. (L-R) David Hensley, Quinn McWhorter, Quentin Lee McWhorter, Larry “Blue” Hensley, Jim Burns, Ronnie Reid, Robbie Hatcher, Les Hensley, & Rita Hatcher. Photo by Les Nicholson.

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HOMECOMING WEEK

From nerds, to camo to throwback, CCHS had homecoming fun

(TOP) These young ladies proudly displayed their camo during homecoming week at Clay County High School. (L-R) Rayanna Baker, Kaylee Hicks, Cassidy Nicholson, Abby Deaton and Kaley Miller.

These young ladies proudly displayed their camo during homecoming week at Clay County High School. (L-R) Rayanna Baker, Kaylee Hicks, Cassidy Nicholson, Abby Deaton and Kaley Miller.

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BOLTON TO BE SENTENCED IN MURDER; OTHERS TO HEAR FATE

Three others set to face sentencing over drugs, theft convictions

BRENDA BOLTON will face a judge Monday over the death of her daughter.

BRENDA BOLTON will face a judge Monday over the death of her daughter.

Brenda Bolton is scheduled to appear before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House to be sentenced in Clay County Circuit Court Monday October 5.

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TRAIL TOWN CEREMONY TUESDAY

The Trail Town Certification Ceremony will be held Tuesday, October 6 at 10 AM at the Y-Hollow Trailhead Salt Works Village in East Manchester. The ceremony will headed by First Lady Jane Beshear.

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