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Attorney Cited for Public Intoxication

A Manchester Attorney, Anthony Short, 46, was cited for public intoxication Monday.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 15:11

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Eight People Arrested in Round Two

Operation Avalanche - Round 2

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Eight people were arrested Thursday night in round two of a drug bust, which has jailed 25 alleged drug traffickers.

Several people were arrested in the Horse Creek community, and three people were picked up outside of Sibert’s Market, an area the Clay County Sheriff’s Department says they receive complaints about weekly.

Sheriff Kevin Johnson says he hopes to send a message to people dealing drugs in Clay County.

“If you are not going to stop dealing dope, you better find another county to move to, because we are not letting up.”

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 15:09

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MINERS MEMORIALIZED AT FINLEY MINE SITE

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It was a cold and cloudy day more than four decades ago on December 30, 1970, when a tragedy that claimed the lives of 38 miners from Clay and Leslie County occurred.

On that day, many lives were lost, and seventy-seven children were left without fathers.

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Parking Lot Panhandlers Cited for Theft By Deception

Two people were cited for theft by deception after panhandling in the Manchester Shopping Center parking lot several days last week.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 14:04

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Volunteer, hike and ride in Redbird on October 22

Volunteers of all ages are invited to pick up litter and enjoy the great outdoors during the first annual Redbird Ranger District PRIDE Cleanup from 10 am until noon on Saturday, Oct. 22.

“With a wide variety of sites to be cleaned — all in a gorgeous recreation area — this event will be ideal for groups of any age, ability and interest,” said PRIDE’s Tammie Wilson. “We hope to see families, school groups, scouts, church groups and businesses. After volunteering, you can spend the afternoon together, taking in the scenery.”

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:59

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