For 44 years, justice in the death of Sheriff J. Matt Sizemore had not been had until last week.
A Clay County jury returned a guilty verdict against 63-year-old Oran Brumley Friday night, at around 7 p.m.
Clay County High School’s Cheerleading Squad teamed up with the Manchester City Police and Kentucky State Police to raise awareness for texting and driving.
Manchester Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome new Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Stephen O’Neal, MBA, to their administrative team. Stephen began working for the hospital on October 28th. He comes from Henry County Medical Center in Paris, Tennessee where he served as Chief Nursing Officer for 3 years.
Authorities from Lexington were led to Manchester in the arrest of a man alleged in the murder of a 74-year-old navy veteran.
Closing arguments came down in a two-day murder trial for Oran Brumley, accused in the 1969 slaying of Sheriff J. Matt Sizemore.
Testimony over the last two days revealed Brumley was a man who spent 47 of his 63 years behind bars for various crimes, including murder.
Now it is up to a jury to decide the guilt or innocence of a man who is already serving a life-sentence for attempted murder in Ohio.
In a recorded statement given to Kentucky State Police Detective Jeff Senters and played before jurors, Brumley admitted to killing the then-Sheriff, a crime he said he was paid $200 to commit.
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