Dr. James C. Rice Tuesday received the most votes of the nine people running for the eight positions on the Manchester City Council, and all of the incumbents were re-elected.
The new test results released last Friday by the Kentucky Department of Education show that Clay County schools have several challenges ahead of them.
Deputies from the Clay County Sheriff’s broke up a meth lab Monday night at 716 Belles Fork Road, according to Deputy Taye Napier.
The Manchester Police Department this weekend continued its crackdown on underage drinking when officers cited eight people at a party in the Oneida area.
The City of Manchester is sponsoring a countywide Thanksgiving dinner Saturday, November 17, according to Mayor George Saylor.
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