New Gridiron Coach Says Tigers Are Adapting Well
New Tiger football Head Coach Kenny Roark goes over instructions during a recent Clay County practice.
With just under a month to go before the Clay County Tiger football team kicks off their 2011 football season, first-year Head Coach Kenny Roark says his players and staff is adjusting well to his new schemes.
“I think everyone’s adapting well,” said Coach Roark, “They’ve never been around anything like this.”
Now that $130,000 in federal Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) funds have been allocated to be used in the City of Manchester just what will these funds be used for and who will be in charge of administrating those funds?
The New York times released an article last week that quotes a statistical study that shows Clay County as the "hardest" county in the United States to live. We shared this story on our Facebook page and asked our readers to voice their opinion.
The pay at the pump program at the Quickie Market on Frog Level has been a huge success. The store sign is promoting its use now but the pumps have been in place about a year.
A Manchester man was arrested and jailed Monday evening after being caught with evidence on his hands.
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