The Clay County Sheriff Office has solved two burglary cases.
A Belles Creek man has been charged in connection with a neighbor break-in. Steven C. Hopkins age 24 of Belles Creek Road (Manchester) was charged after an investigation by Clay County Sheriff Office and Deputy Taye Napier.
Quick work by the Manchester Police Department has led to stolen items being recovered and returned to their rightful owner.
Many Manchester residents are still in shock after the sudden death of a local dentist and Manchester City Council member.
Goose Rock Principal William Sexton has been selected to become the next Clay County Superintendent following an interview Friday. Sexton was the only in county candidate among the three finalist who were interviewed.
If you like music, good friends and love good food don’t miss the Salt Works Appalachian Homecoming Festival this weekend, May 22-23 at the Pioneer Village in East Manchester near Y-Hollow.
Two Richmond (Indiana) police officers were taken to the hospital following an arrest of a Clay County man.
Officers responded to South Eighth Street early Sunday morning on a report of an intoxicated male trying to fight people, according to an article at pal-item.com.
The Clay County school board will be conducting interviews May 15 with three unnamed candidates recommended by the screening committee. If the board can reach an agreement, the selected candidate will be named that day and officially start work on July 1.
Sentences have been handed down in three major federal cases involving Clay County residents. Gerald Sizemore, Roy Gibson and four codefendants of Eugene were officially sentenced. The sentencing of Terry R. Smith and his wife Gerry has been continued until June 16. Terry Smith is in the process of appealing his conviction.
A Manchester man is facing assault of a police officer following his arrest for public intoxication. Clay County Sheriff Detective Chris Curry was called to Saplin Fork Road after a complaint of a drunken man trying to fight.