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Napier out as Tiger football coach

Napier-Evan-copySuperintendent Dr. Amon Couch announced Monday a search committee would be formed to find a new coach for the Tiger football team.

The superintendent released head coach Evan Napier and his staff Monday afternoon following their third straight losing season. Napier finished at 7-26 over three seasons as the head coach.

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“Kentucky Wild” a Big Hit

Clay County Sheriff Kevin Johnson and his deputies were in the national spotlight this week after the airing of “Kentucky Wild” on the National Geographic channel program Southern Justice.
Following the premier showing the video of the program was posted on the Manchester Enterprise facebook page. In less than a week the post received over 14,000 hits, breaking the website’s record. Only two other posts have reached 10,000 hits.
If you have not had the opportunity to see the video watch it at

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=720837341318459&id=136033516465514

Hearings Scheduled in Rape, Robbery and Drug Cases

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Four Clay County residents will be in Clay Circuit Court Monday December 1 for a Pre-Trial Hearing. Charles Hill is charged in a drug and criminal abuse case, Rodney MacClaine Smith and Wendy Mills are facing child sexual abuse charges and George Wagers is accused of robbery.

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