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Cookout to Benefit Homeless Shelter

Once again on Friday, June 9, IGA of Manchester will sponsor a cookout to benefit the homeless shelter planned for Manchester. The cookout will be at the IGA in the Walmart shopping Center. Grilled pork sandwiches, baked beans, coleslaw, dessert and drink will be served at a cost of $6.00. Service will begin at 11:00 am and continue as long as customers and food supplies last.


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Barger Honored at OBI

Oneida Baptist Institute day student Regina Barger received OBI’s highest honor, the William A. Evans award, in addition to being named Miss Oneida, Most Likely to Succeed and the Most Studious senior girl. Graduating fourth in OBI’s Class of 2017, Regina was also the recipient of OBI’s Bert T. Combs scholarship.


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Communications Interoperability Exercise

Clay County Emergency Management, Kentucky Emergency Management, and the Kentucky Army National Guard will hold a statewide communication training, testing, and exercise at Pike County High School. The 2017 Exercise will be a three week event, June 12 – 30. The first week (June 12 – 16) will focus on Command Post interoperability and classroom communications training. The second week (June 19 – 23) will focus on tactical communications used for catastrophic domestic response. The third and final phase will focus on testing statewide communications systems at the local, state and federal levels (to include private citizens).


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