The Manchester Enterprise: News

School board changes hands

Possibly showing dissatisfaction with the direction of their schools, the voters of Clay County Tuesday completely changed the makeup of the Clay County School Board by ousting long-time Chair Leewood Cornett, long-time member Geralding “Boots” Smith and relative newcomer Shirley Davidson.

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Pennington wins magisterial race

Harrison “Harry” Pennington Tuesday easily won election to the magisterial seat he now holds by defeating former Magistrate Tommy Harmon 776 to 525.

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Rice tops council vote, all incumbents re-elected

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.

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Test results show Clay Schools have challenges ahead

The new test results released last Friday by the Kentucky Department of Education show that Clay County schools have several challenges ahead of them.

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Sheriff's office breaks up meth lab

Deputies from the Clay County Sheriff’s broke up a meth lab Monday night at 716 Belles Fork Road, according to Deputy Taye Napier.

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