The Manchester Enterprise: Community News

Voter Registration for Wet/Dry Ends May 23

As the vote to make Manchester wet or keep it dry approaches, people throughout the community have questions about what a vote in favor of going wet would mean.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 13:54

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Four Arrested in Bogus Check Scam

Manchester City Police made four arrests this week after uncovering an elaborate check scam Saturday.
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Elgian Foundation Asks for Books

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Jamie Johnson, Executive Director of CHILD, Inc. and The Children’s Reading Foundation of Appalachia, displays some recently donated books for children. The Foundation is asking for gifts of new or gently used books to distribute to children in Bell, Clay, Laurel and Leslie Counties. Studies show that children who are read to at least twenty minutes a day from the time they are born become better readers and do better in school. For more information, visit www.readingfoundation.org\appalachia.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 13:51

 

Skull Branch Woman Arrested for ‘Sticky Feet’

A Skull Branch woman was arrested for having “sticky feet” according to Manchester City Police Officer Kelly Johnson last week.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 13:50

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School Board Approves of Bid Award for Phase II

High School Improvement Project to Continue

The Clay County Board of Education approved the awarding of Phase II of Clay County High School site improvement to Clotfelter Samokar.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 13:49

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