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Christmas with the Grinch

Posted December 16, 2020 at 12:49 pm

Keeton Sullivan, the three-year-old daughter of John Michael and Jessica Sullivan, stopped by the Clinton County News last week to visit with and be photographed with the News Grinch, while wearing her “We’re Like Really Into Christmas” t-shirt.

Keeton is also the grandaughter of Mike and Sue Owens of Albany.

Take a tour around town some evening and enjoy all of the holiday decorations. When you see the Grinch, grab a photo and email it to us, and we’ll put it in the Clinton County News. Just be sure to identify everyone in the photo and when you stopped by. Send your jpg image to: .

And have a Merry Grinch filled Christmas.


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    Gayla Duvall was honored last week during the monthly board meeting of the Clinton County Public Library.

    Duvall, who has been the Head Librarian, now known as the Library Director, at the facility for the past 29 years, recently announced her plans to retire from the position at the end of 2020.

    During last week’s board meeting, she was presented with several mementos of her time with the local library, including a photo book that

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    Grab a photo with the Grinch

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    During October, Mediacom celebrated Customer Service Week. James Elmore was awarded the prestigious National Gold Scorecard Award, earning the overall best scorecard for the entire company for 2020. Company wide, Mediacom employs 4,300 people, and Elmore was one of 183 recognized for high-performance achievement in 2020.

    Elmore is a resident of Albany, Kentucky and has served Mediacom customers in this area for 8 years. He has earned top honors with Mediacom during customer service week over the past three years, receiving

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    In the above photo, Clinton County Judge/Executive Ricky Craig signs a proclamation designating November as Homecare and Hospice Month in Clinton County, as Karen Talbott, Clinical Director, Dee Leveridge, Patient Care

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    For the 2019-2020 school year, three schools in the Clinton County School District received recognition for outstanding efforts in implementing PBIS. Silver Recognition went to Albany Elementary School and Clinton County Early Childhood Center and Gold Recognition (the highest possible) went to Clinton County Middle School.

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    By David Cross

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