Roxanne Smith, manager of Speedway, passed away Monday at the ST. Joseph Hospital in London.
Smith had been with the company for 20 years, spending the last 9 years here in Manchester, according to a source.
EKCEP and its Hiring Our Miners Everyday (H.O.M.E.) initiative are putting a half million dollars on the table to create partnerships with Eastern Kentucky employers to bring a total of 100 out-of-work miners into On-the-Job Training (OJT) positions at their businesses before mid-May.
During Monday night’s Manchester City Council meeting residents within the Manchester Fire Department District wanted to know if they would have to pay fire dues on their water bills in order to continue to have fire service.
Law officials “crack” plan to sneak drugs into jail
The plan to pick up the drugs, using fellow-inmates on work release, was communicated among Todd Ruth, Middleton, and Cottongim, using a cell phone that was smuggled into the jail inside Ruth’s buttocks, says Officer Jason Combs.
Other Projects Consume School’s Construction Budget
The proposed Area Technology Center was stopped Thursday in a 3-2 vote by the Board of Education.
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