Coal Severance Money Spent According To Fiscal Court Priority List
Last week a story was ran in the Manchester Enterprise were the city council was claiming that in 2012, $75,000 was appropriated by Senator Robert Stivers from Coal Severance Taxes to repair the Beech Creek swimming pool had been not given to the city by the fiscal court.
Matthew D. Hensley, 47, of Oneida was arrested on Friday when he walked into the Speedway located on 421 and yelled to everyone in the store to, “Get on the ground. This is a holdup,” according to assistant chief of city police, Patrick Robinson.
Three vehicles collide, all headed in different directions, at the Intersection of Hwy 421 and Hwy 80 early Wednesday morning.
Bill would raise minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour by July of 2016
A bill raising Kentucky's minimum wage, passed through the Kentucky House of Representatives on Thursday with bipartisan support. House Bill 1, raises the hourly wage of hard-working Kentuckians currently making the minimum wage.
Last week a capacity crowd attended a Tourism Meeting that was held on the EKU Manchester Campus. Terry Gray, Director of the Manchester Campus was gracious enough to provide Stay in Clay, a progressive movement group in Clay County, with a conference room to hold the meeting in.
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