A well-known Clay County Preacher was laid to rest Tuesday at Manchester Memorial Gardens.
Wade Hacker, 85, of Manchester, passed away Saturday at the Manchester Memorial Hospital, from an aneurysm in his heart.
This is according to sources at the Circuit Clerk’s Office.
Joseph Slone, 27, of Manchester, was charged several weeks ago with two counts of third degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking.
The Bright Start program will offer free prenatal vitamins to pregnant women in 20 counties across 9 states
ProgressiveRx.com today announced Bright Start, a program that will provide free prenatal vitamins to pregnant women in the 20 lowest-income counties in America.
“It’s abundantly clear from the daily news that millions of Americans are going through incredibly hard times right now,” said Hayden Hamilton, founder of ProgressiveRx.com. “Our goal has always been to help those who can’t afford the medications they need, but given the current economic climate, we wanted to do something more. We feel that helping pregnant women give their newborns a healthy start in life is the best way to do that.”
Vickie Nicholson of Manchester was recently elected Vice-Chair of the Kentucky Advisory Panel for Exceptional Children.
Seated left to right are Ryan Byrd, Secretary, Vickie Nicholson, Vice-Chair, Manchester, Deanna Brangers, Chair, Louisville. Standing left to right are Roger Lacey, Gwen Buffington, and Johnny Collett from the Kentucky Department of Education.
The Bluegrass HIV Coalition is sending the message “30 years is enough: Get educated, get tested” this year in recognition of the discovery of AIDS 30 years ago. The Coalition, which recently formed in Lexington to raise awareness and education about HIV/AIDS, encourages people around Kentucky to acknowledge World AIDS Day on December 1st by betting getting tested for HIV.
The Clay County Health Department offers testing daily at 330 Shamrock Road, Manchester from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday.
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