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Promises Made, Promises Kept

By Senate President Robert Stivers and House Speaker Jeff Hoover

Kentucky voters demanded change when they went to the polls in November, placing the House of Representatives in Republican control for the first time in nearly a century. By granting GOP super-majorities for the first time in both the Senate and the House, Kentuckians made it clear that they were tired of “business as usual” in Frankfort. As the Kentucky General Assembly adjourned the 2017 Regular Session, legislators from both chambers had come together and kept their promises to pass meaningful bills that will strengthen Kentucky families and create Kentucky jobs.


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CCHS SBDM

The Clay County High School SBDM, site based decision-making council, is accepting parent nominations for the 2017-2018 school year. Two parent representatives are needed for the upcoming school year. The parent nominations must have a child that attends CCHS. If you would like to nominate a parent, please contact Leslie Davis, Youth Service Center at 598-1385. Please leave a message if no one is available. Nominations will be taken until May 11th. An election will be held on May 12th from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM. Ballots will be available at CCHS front office. Parents of children that attend CCHS are invited to vote.


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Promise Neighborhood Celebration

Berea College Promise Neighborhood is joining with Clay County Schools to celebrate what they’ve accomplished through their collaboration on the Promise Neighborhood grant. Community members are invited to attend the Clay County Promise Neighborhood Community Reception on Wednesday, May 17, 2 – 4 p.m. at the Clay County High School Cafeteria. Your RSVP will help us plan. Please respond by May 10 at:

https://bit.ly/ClayMay17


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Recruit Officer

The City of Manchester is currently seeking applications for a Recruit Officer starting May 11. All applicants must take a written exam; if they pass the exam then they may be asked to take a Pre-Employment Physical Ability Test at DOCJT. Also they must meet POPS minimal standards. The City of Manchester will close this job opening at 4:30pm on Friday May 26. All applications can be picked up at Manchester City Hall during normal business hours 8 AM to 4:30 PM.


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Learn Before You Burn

Spring-cleaning season has arrived, and for many Kentuckians that means burning unwanted debris. But before you light that burn pile, the Kentucky Division for Air Quality (DAQ) reminds you to learn before you burn. Illegal burning could result in fines of up to $25,000 per day per violation. To report illegal open burning or to learn more about open burning restrictions in your area, please call the Division for Air Quality at 502-564-3999.


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Catch some bluegill

Summer is around the corner and families start to go on summer vacations shortly. Taking your kids to catch some hand-sized bluegill is another great aspect of this time of year in our state. The bluegill is in the shallows spawning. For those who want to catch fish after fish, there is no comparison.


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Camp Adventure

Camp Adventure is a free “Summer Boost Camp” for the elementary students of Clay County who have completed grades K-5 during the 2016-2017 school year. The camp will be held at Manchester Elementary May 22 through June 29 from 8 AM till 2 PM. Registration will be May 18 from 9 AM till Noon. Every student at Camp Adventure will participate a daily literacy and math, Lego Robotics, Fantastic Fridays and free breakfast and lunch.


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