In the city council meeting Monday night Mayor George Saylor asked the City Council to think about using part of the CD that the city had to fix the pool this year. Saylor said in order to get it fixed for this year that was the only option they had.
This week we’ll be previewing the Mayor’s race and here are the three questions we asked our candidates.
1. Why do you think voters should elect you Mayor?
2. Candidates running for office against an incumbent were asked:
A) What sets you apart from the present administration?
Candidates that currently hold the office were asked:
B) Why do you think you deserve another term?
3. What is your strongest qualification for this position?
2 occur just three days apart in the same family
Clay County Coroner Danny L. Finley reports the Clay County Coroner's Office currently has eight ongoing death investigations. Two of the deaths, Jonathan Pernell Jones and Hershel “Buzz-Saw” Stanfield, were in the same family. Jones and Stanfield were both sons of the late Johnny Ray Jones.
Officials now are searching for answers as to if and how these deaths are connected. Meanwhile, parents, husbands, wives and loved ones grieve over the immenseness of these untimely deaths that rocked the county last week.
Here is a breakdown on each death in reverse chronological order.
Terry Tiggeman, 57 of Lousiville was arrested again Monday evening in Manchester on a Bench Warrant.
The Manchester Enterprise will be conducting interviews with candidates for each major election race in the next few weeks. The purpose of our interviews is to give each candidate a chance to answer three questions, chosen by the Manchester Enterprise, about themselves. All candidates were given the same questions.
This week we’ll be previewing the Sheriff’s race and here are the three questions we asked our candidates.
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