Manchester Enterprise 5-21-15 Edition

Manchester Enterprise 5-21-15 Edition

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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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Sexton named new Superintendent

Superintendent-elect William Sexton and his wife Jeanette share a slice of cake after Sexton was named the new Clay County Superintendent.

Superintendent-elect William Sexton and his wife Jeanette share a slice of cake after Sexton was named the new Clay County Superintendent.

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.

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Salt Works Festival Begins Friday

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.

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Manchester Man Sends Two Indiana Policemen to Hospital

Christopher Lee Stewart

Christopher Lee Stewart

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.

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