Manchester Voters Make History
Manchester history was made Tuesday, as voters turned out and voted the town wet, for the first time since prohibition.
To make up deficit, water rates may go up
Manchester Mayor George Saylor says the city is tightening its belt, but continuing to see strain as more bills pour in.
The Clay County Coroner’s Office released startling statistics this week, showing 15 drug overdoses in Clay County just in the last five months.
Former State Champion Roark to Coach Football Tigers
The dust has settled, and the search is over for a new football coach at Clay County High School.
Electric rates across Kentucky would likely increase as utilities prepare to spend around $9 billion over the next five or six years to comply with proposed or pending federal environmental regulations, a state legislative committee heard today.
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