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Dawgs end season in playoffs

Posted November 24, 2020 at 2:43 pm

The Clinton County Bulldogs traveled to Edmonson County Friday night to take on the Wildcats in the first round of the playoffs.

Clinton County, the number four seed in the district, went up against the number one seeded team in the district. As the final buzzer sounded, Clinton County ended its season with a 26-12 loss.

The Dawgs finish the season with a 2-3 record.

“The season didn’t end the way we, as a staff, had hoped, but we couldn’t be more proud of the effort of our Dawgs’ Friday night and, really, the season as a whole. With all they have been through with COVID cancelled games, long breaks in between games, and being the

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    Dawgs travel to Edmonson Friday

    The Clinton County Bulldogs will travel to Edmonson County Friday night to take on the Wildcats in the first round game of the District 3 district tournament.

    “They have a senior QB and two quality wing backs who are also seniors. If we can slow them down on the defensive side of the ball and tackle, like we did against Green, we will give ourselves a chance,” Head Coach Rocky Tallent said. “On offense, we will have to take what they give us in the passing game

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    Signature HealthCARE issues statement regarding COVID-19 infection, steps taken since

    [Editor’s note: The Clinton County News reached out to the parent company of Clinton County Care & Rehabilitation regarding the recent infection of COVID-19 that has moved through the long term facility located in Albany.

    The following is the statement issued to the Clinton County News, from Ann Bowdan Wilder, Media/PR/Communications Manager of Signature HealthCARE, regarding the company’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the steps taken recently in regards to the recent outbreak in the Albany facility.]

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    Dawgs make the playoffs

    Clinton County pulled off a very necessary win Friday night over the Green County Dragons, 44-14.

    “More than anything we got to play two weeks in a row which is the first time for that this year,” Head Coach Rocky Tallent said.

    Friday night’s win secures a spot in the playoffs for a chance at winning the district title.

    Last year, Clinton County fell to Edmonson County in

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    CCMS honored for program implementation

    Green River Regional Educational Co-Op (GRREC) recently honored schools for implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)—an evidence-based, proactive approach to teaching and reinforcing behavioral expectations.

    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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    Harold Carter McWhorter

    , 92, passed away on October 30, 2020, in Alabama.

    He was born in Albany, Kentucky to the late Grover and Dora Carter McWhorter. He was a veteran of the Korean War, co-owner of McWhorter Implement Company for many years, was of the Christian faith and was a member of Maupin United Methodist Church.

    He is survived by his children, Lynn (Connie) McWhorter, Patrick (Natalie) McWhorter, Lisa (Scott) Loux, and MaryLou (Nils) Fornell; seven

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    Mary Alice Parrigin

    Mary Alice Parrigin, 87, of Albany, passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at the Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee.

    She was a charter member of Gospel Independent Baptist Church.

    She was the wife of the late William Howard Parrigin.

    She is survived by her children; Phyllis (Danny) Schofield, Jamestown, Tennessee, and Cathy (Dwight) Collins, Burkesville, Kentucky, Terry (Helen) Parrigin, of Albany, David (Shirley) Parrigin, Jamestown, Tennessee, and

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    Zelma Maydine Key Roach

    Zelma Maydine Key Roach, 86, of Burkesville, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at her residence in Burkesville, Kentucky.

    She was born in Burkesville, Kentucky, the daughter of John Grady and Mary Effie (Spears) Key. She was of Christian faith, a member of Ashlock Church of Christ, and a garment factory worker for OshKosh.

    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Truman Roach; siblings, Russell

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    Mark Lewis Hicks

    Mark Lewis Hicks, 59, of Burkesville, Kentucky, passed away Thursday, October 29, 2020, at the Cumberland County Hospital in Burkesville, Kentucky.

    He was born in Glasgow, Kentucky, on Monday, November 21, 1960, the son of Welby and Mildred Lewis Hicks. He was of Methodist faith, a member of Parrish Chapel United Methodist Church, and a welder for Rocore Thermal Systems.

    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Lee

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