The Manchester Enterprise: Community News

Sizemore to Appear in Court for Alleged Murder of Boyfriend

A preliminary hearing has been set for a woman accused of hitting her boyfriend with a car and killing him in September.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 13:53

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Manchester to Receive Grant to Improve Governor’s Park

 Governor Steve Beshear Tuesday announced that the City of Manchester would be the recipient of a grant in the amount of $24,828 for park improvements.

The grant is one of 18 new Land and Water Conservation Fund project grants to help enhance tourism across the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Department for Local Government will administer the funds, totaling $558,537, to project awardees.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 13:52

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OPERATION ROUND-UP FUNDS SHOP WITH A SHERIFF

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Clay County's Shop With A Sheriff program has been awarded an Operation Round-Up grant by Jackson Energy.

The program, which provides Christmas presents to needy Clay County children, was awarded a $1,000 grant. Operation Round-Up is a voluntary program funded by Jackson Energy members who round their electric bill to an even dollar amount each month.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 13:49

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Dispatchers Aim to Feed Families

The Clay County 911 Dispatch Center is hosting a food drive for the holidays.

Dispatcher Jimmy Smith, who along with his fellow dispatchers wanted to give back to the community, says the center is accepting donations of non-perishable food items to go to the Bread of Life Food Pantry here in Manchester.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 13:42

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Police Department to Increase Christmas Patrol

Manchester Police Chief Chris Fultz says the city police department will be increasing its patrol in residential areas this Christmas season.

“A lot of people go out of town for the Holidays, so we’re trying to deter that regular up tick in crime that tends to occur around Christmas,” says Fultz. Fultz warns that Manchester residents should keep their doors locked, and any valuables left outside need to be brought indoors.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 13:42

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