The Manchester Enterprise: News

Roark Pleads Not Guilty to Wife’s Murder, Corpse Abuse

Sheriff Seeks More Charges

A man accused of burying his wife in a shallow grave beneath his trailer pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and abuse of a corpse Monday.

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Missing Sandhill Woman’s Body Found Under House

Husband Charged with Murder, Corpse Abuse

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On Wednesday Walter Roark led police to the body of his wife, Stephanie Roark, who was buried under his Sandhill mobile home.

The body of a Sandhill woman, Stephanie Roark, 39, was found Wednesday evening, buried in a shallow grave under the crawl space of her husband’s mobile home.

Her husband, Walter Roark, 45, of Sandhill, has been charged with murder and abuse of a corpse.

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Alcohol License Applicants Line Up

Mayor Sends Off First Beer License

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Mayor George Saylor mailed out Manchester Speedway’s first beer license Tuesday morning at City Hall.

The Mayor says Manchester Alcohol Beverage Control Officer Patrick Robinson approved the application for the beer license, and depending on how fast it receives approval from the State, Speedway will be the first to sell beer in the city.

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MOM & POP'S

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A work crew was hard at it Tuesday in the Garrard community, working on a Mom and Pop’s type eatery that Tommy Botkins says he hopes to have up and running by October.
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One Escapee Captured by Clay SO

The Clay County Sheriff’s Department apprehended one of two escaped Laurel County inmates Friday night in Manchester.
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