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The Manchester Enterprise: News

REMEMBERING CLAY COUNTY VETERANS

Veterans, especially those from Clay County, are to thank for the freedoms we exercise every day. Men and women in uniform sacrifice every day for those freedoms, and every year on November 11, Veterans Day provides the opportunity for us to thank them, and recognize their sacrifice.

It began as Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day. It is the anniversary of the singing of the Armistice that ended World War I.

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KSP Investigating Child Abuse

2-Month-Old Recovering at UK

Kentucky State Police are investigating a child abuse incident, while two-month-old Kyra Hope is recovering at UK Hospital, after being admitted Sunday.

It was determined that the child had injuries consistent with criminal child abuse, says a press release from the Kentucky State Police Post in London.

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Circuit Clerk's Office Goes Sesame Street

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The Clay County Circuit Clerk’s staff dressed as the cast of Sesame Street Friday when they visited Manchester Elementary School and the Daniel Boone Day Care Center. Back row: The Count, Leslie Phillips; Bert, Glenda Sester; Manchester Principal Dwight Harris; Ernie, Eleanor Robinson; Elmo, Vita Combs; Big Bird, Crystal Goins. Front row: Cookie Monster, Brad Harris; Oscar the Grouch, Lauranne Bray; Super Grover, Bridget Rice.

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Manchester Attorney Arrested for DUI

A Manchester Attorney was arrested for DUI Sunday.
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Community Shows Support for Hima PO

Dozens gathered at the Hima Post Office Thursday night in an effort to save it from closing.

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The United States Postal Service announced earlier this year that the Horse Creek community post office was in consideration for closing.

Members of the community who rely on the post office’s services met with Area Manager Mike Thompson to plead their case.

“Projections for the future are bleak. Post Offices are facing a major economic crisis. We’ve seen a $43 billion decline in the last five years, and another 20 percent decline in the next four,” said Thompson.

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