The Manchester Enterprise: News

Senior Center Takes Huge Cut

The Clay County Old Timers’ Senior Center will be taking a huge budget cut over the next three years. This was the possible verdict of the last meeting with the Cumberland Valley Area Development District Agency on Aging.
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Council Continues Discussion on Adult Entertainment

City council went to work on an Adult Entertainment Control Ordinance Monday night, at a special meeting.

Ultimately the council did not make a decision in passing the ordinance.

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Confederate Railroad and Dewayne Spaw Headline Saturday Night Clay County Days Acts

Plus Local Acts Headline Saturday Mid-Day

Saturday night’s headlining acts for Clay County Days are Dewayne Spaw and Southern Country Rock Band, Confederate Railroad.

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East 80 Yard Sale Kicks Off Thursday

The East 80 yard sale, which spans all the way from Manchester to London along the old road, will begin Thursday.
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Adams, Davidson Recognized as Patriotic Employers

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Left to Right: First Sgt. Ronnie Miller, Sharon Warren, Ltc. Mike Warren, Supervisor Melissa Davidson, Sfc. Vada Neal, Supervisor Helen Adams, and First Sgt. Mike Neal.

Helen Adams and Melissa Davidson with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services were recognized last week as “Patriotic Employers”.

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