The Manchester Enterprise: News

Collins to Retire After 27 Years in Clay Schools

A Paces Creek Elementary staff member Glenna Collins will be retiring this month after 27 years with the Clay County Board of Education.

All but two years were spent at Paces Creek Elementary. One year, Collins taught at Goose Rock Elementary and another at Clay County High School.

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Ken Bolin To Go On Christmas Mission Trip with Campbellsville University

Campbellsville University students, faculty, alumni and friends will travel to Arlington, Texas and Haiti for mission trips during Christmas break.

Ken Bolin, a missionary and 1981 CU graduate from Manchester, Ky. will travel to Haiti with Campbellsville University over Christmas break for a mission trip.

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Rawlings & Goins Storage Building Burns

Rawlings & Goin's storage building caught fire late Thursday night in downtown Manchester.
Fire departments from all over the county along with the Laurel County Fire Department worked until morning hours to put the fire out, which sources indicate started in the ceiling of the building. The downtown street was closed off until early Friday morning.
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Christmas Bazaar and Tree Lighting Sees Good Turnout


The City of Manchester held it’s first ever Christmas Bazaar and Tree Lighting ceremony Saturday in downtown Manchester.

Local vendors set up shop inside city hall, where they sold goods and local residents could shop at home.

“The vendors I talked to said they did really well and after the Kentucky game, there was a steady flow of people in and out of city hall into the night,” said Mayor George Saylor.

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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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