Manchester Enterprise 5-28-15 Edition

Manchester Enterprise 5-28-15 Edition

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KSP return stolen Arctic Cat to owners

Tony Sizemore

Tony Sizemore

Ronnie M. Everage

Ronnie M. Everage

David E. Dees

David E. Dees

Kentucky State Police (KSP) have arrested several suspects in cases ranging from burglary, murder and reckless driving.
Tony Sizemore age 45 of Hog Skin Road (Manchester) was placed under arrest after a Kentucky State Police investigation into a stolen ATV (Arctic Cat Side By Side).

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Bowling Named Enterprise Sales Manager

Jessica Bowling

Jessica Bowling

Heather Mays

Heather Mays

Jessica Bowling-Hoskins has been promoted from her sales account position to Sales Manager at the Manchester Enterprise. She replaces Rodney Miller who is no longer with the Enterprise.
Newspaper Vice President Glenn Gray announced those changes Monday. Heather Mays has moved into the sales account position Bowling occupied.
Bowling and Mays would be glad to discuss your advertising needs. Just give them a call at 598-2319 (Ext. 24 for Bowling and Ext. 26 for Mays).
Gray will also assume most of Miller’s general manager duties on an interim basis.

Memorial Hospital Mommy and Baby Fair

Dr. Patricia Burke, Pediatrician at the Manchester Pediatrics Clinic helped keep the youngsters busy with games and play dough modeling during the Memorial Hospital Mommy and Baby Fair at EKU Manchester. See article page A-9.

Dr. Patricia Burke, Pediatrician at the Manchester Pediatrics Clinic helped keep the youngsters busy with games and play dough modeling during the Memorial Hospital Mommy and Baby Fair at EKU Manchester. See article page A-9.

“No Foul Play” in death at cemetery

The body of Curtis Harris was found near this headstone that has his name inscribed. Photo by Clay County Coroner, Danny Finley.

The body of Curtis Harris was found near this headstone that has his name inscribed. Photo by Clay County Coroner, Danny Finley.

Local officials have ruled out foul play in the death of a Manchester man who was found at a cemetery Friday (May 22).

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Relay for Life Fundraiser

As a fundraiser for Relay for Life County Judge Executive Joe Asher (right), Manchester Mayor James Ed Garrison and Randy Craft (left) were on top of Manchester Memorial Hospital until they raised $2500.00. Relay for Life will be held at Rawlings-Stinson Park from noon till midnight Friday June 5.

As a fundraiser for Relay for Life County Judge Executive Joe Asher (right), Manchester Mayor James Ed Garrison and Randy Craft (left) were on top of Manchester Memorial Hospital until they raised $2500.00. Relay for Life will be held at Rawlings-Stinson Park from noon till midnight Friday June 5.

Sexton to take charge June 8

The Clay County Board of Education has reached an agreement with Clay County School Superintendent Amon Couch and incoming Superintendent William Sexton that will allow Sexton to become the interim Superintendent Monday June 8.

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Burglary solved within two days

Clay County Sheriff Kevin Johnson and Deputy Taye Napier check out items recovered following an alleged break-in at Belles Creek.

Clay County Sheriff Kevin Johnson and Deputy Taye Napier check out items recovered following an alleged break-in at Belles Creek.

Steven C. Hopkins

Steven C. Hopkins

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.

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