The Manchester Enterprise: News

CCMS Hosts Fall Folk Life Festival


Eighth grade students Andrew Roark and Aaron Smith played dulcimer and guitars together at the CCMS Gymnasium Friday as part of the Middle School’s Folk Life Festival. See story, A-2.

The Clay County Middle School hosted its Fall Folk Life Festival Friday at the CCMS Gymnasium.

Middle School students wore elf hats and participated in different class instructions that showcased the talents of Appalachian folk art through story performances, basket weaving, and art displays.

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Fayette Coroner Investigates Clay Woman’s Death

A woman is dead after an automobile accident at the Chat Branch curve on South Highway 421 Saturday.

Officials are investigating the cause of death.

Mary Williams, 40, of Manchester, passed away at the UK Medical Center. Williams was flown from the Manchester Memorial Hospital after the accident, according to police. The cause of death in this case is pending a toxicology report, say officials.

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Council Votes 3 to 3

Mayor Breaks Tie to Make City Non-Smoking

The Manchester City Council met Wednesday and the city was officially made smoke-free in a final vote.

The ordinance reads that “to protect the public health and welfare by prohibiting smoking in public places and places of employment to guarantee the right of nonsmokers to breath smoke-free air, and to recognize that the public’s need to breathe smoke-free air should have priority over the individual’s desire to smoke”.

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Post Office May Eliminate 1-Day Delivery

The U.S. Postal Service, in an attempt to cut $3 billion in costs, may be eliminating one-day delivery of first-class mail.

The Postal Service has already looked at closing mail processing centers and rural post offices across the United States to avoid bankruptcy.

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Police Warn Drivers Who Fail to Stop at Crosswalks

The Manchester City Police Department says they will be cracking down on drivers who fail to yield to pedestrians at crosswalks.
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