January 18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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WYMT-TV Feature on Preacher Bill Holeman

Preacher Bill Holeman was featured on WYMT-TV. Preacher Bill died Saturday at the age of 87. The article and video featured Gail Holeman Miller who is Preacher Bill’s Daughter and his Granddaughter Veronica Hagen. Holeman spent more than 60 years teaching 40,000 school children a month throughout Eastern Kentucky, about everything from bullying to drug abuse but he always included Jesus.

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Kentucky Basketball — We’re Talking About Practice!

We’re Talking About Practice!—By John Huang

Whenever the #1-ranked defensive team meets the #2-ranked offensive team on the basketball court, something ultimately has to give. On Saturday in Rupp Arena, it was the Carolina defense that gave just enough as the Wildcats outlasted the outmanned Gamecocks 85-69, thereby taking sole possession of first place in the SEC. With De’Aaron Fox sitting out most of the game with an ankle injury and Mychal Mulder unavailable due to illness, the rest of the team played well enough to propel the Cats to a joint team victory. Malik Monk finished the game with 27 points, while Derek Willis pitched in with 12 points, 7 rebounds, and a jaw-dropping dunk. The Cats (17-2 overall, 7-0 in conference) played hard, but somewhat erratically throughout. This team still needs a lot of work, most of which will take place on the practice court in the upcoming days and weeks.


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“Preacher” Bill Will be Missed

Preacher Bill Holeman and Henry and Homer made their last appearance at Youth Haven Bible Camp near Beattyville in June of 2016.


“Preacher” Bill Holeman passed away Saturday. He was well know throughout Eastern Kentucky but made a giant imprint on Clay County. We have posted some information and pictures on our website. We will have more in this week’s edition of the Manchester Enterprise….


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Summer Food Service Training

The Kentucky Department of Education‘s Division of School and Community Nutrition is presenting Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) Best Practices Sessions to school and non-profit organizations that participate in this federal child nutrition summer meals program. The training will be held February 23 at the Corbin Center for Technology and Community Activities from 9 AM – 3 PM.


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Stream Protection Rule

Kentucky today joined 12 other states in petitioning the United States District Court, in the District of Columbia, to enjoin the U.S. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) from enforcing the Stream Protection Rule it finalized late last year. The complaint alleges that the Stream Protection Rule fundamentally rewrites the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (Act) by mandating that states follow a one-size-fits-all federal rule for what the Act designates as primarily the states’ responsibility in regulating coal mining and reclamation operations.


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Letter to the Editor

Kentucky Chamber thanks Stivers

The Kentucky Chamber applauds Senate President Robert Stivers on his leadership to make right-to-work legislation a reality during the first week of the 2017 General Assembly, ensuring Kentucky is a state where businesses want to locate. The Chamber has long advocated for the passage of right-to-work legislation which simply prohibits requiring a worker to join a union as a condition of employment. We see right-to-work as an economic development issue. Over the years, we have noticed that major companies have not been considering Kentucky because we were not a right-to-work state.


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