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Two Clay Countians Jailed in London for Meth

Two Clay County people are being held at the Clay County Detention Center for manufacturing methamphetamine.

Randall Bowling, 28, and Jessica Dezarn, 30, both of Manchester, were arrested at a London home, where according to London City Police Officer Brian Lawson, the two were making meth.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 12:39

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Council Approves Incentive Program

3 to 5 Vote Down Tax Collection Ordinance

The Manchester City Council passed an incentive program ordinance and voted down an ordinance that would allow the Sheriff to collect city taxes.

The city council voted to approve the City Officials Incentive Program Ordinance, which will allow for incentives to be given to city officials who attend training sessions relating to city government.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 12:38

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City Renames Street Zach Lewis Pass

The Manchester city council made a resolution to allow Circle Lane to be known as Zach Lewis Pass, after discussion at last month’s meeting.

Councilman Terry Wilson asked for the council to consider renaming Circle Lane, a Manchester Street, “Zach Lewis Pass”.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 12:36

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Jackson Energy Supports Cancer Lodge

Cancer is a diagnosis that often requires patients and their families to travel out of town for treatments.

A recent Jackson Energy donation will help make those trips easier for area families. The co-op donated $10,000 to the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge facility in Lexington, which offers free overnight lodging for cancer patients and their caregivers.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 12:32

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Forward in the Fifth Hosts Educational Conference

WHO/WHAT: The educational landscape during the past few decades in Kentucky has been characterized by significant change. Individuals, leaders, and communities alike have become more concerned with the quality and value of education and the positive role it has in shaping Southern and Eastern Kentucky.

Forward in the Fifth, in partnership with The Center for Rural Development, is awarding $9,000 in funding support to five educational groups—located in Southern and Eastern Kentucky—to advance educational attainment throughout the region in its latest round of Local Education Affiliate Program (LEAP) grants.

Six communities will each receive $1,500 to use as “seed money” to address an educational issue in their local area. School systems in Pulaski, Monroe, and Clay counties who were awarded LEAP grants earlier this year during the initial funding cycle will give a brief overview of their completed projects and how they are changing the lives of students in their communities.

WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, 10 a.m. (EST)

WHERE: The Center for Rural Development, 2292 South U.S. 27 (at Traffic Light 15), Somerset, KY

FYI: U.S. Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers (KY-05)—who along with a group of local community and business leaders founded Forward in the Fifth 25 years ago—is scheduled to address the award recipients and invited guests.

The funding is part of the second phase of Forward in the Fifth’s efforts to engage local communities in education. Funds will be used to develop a local affiliate and work collaboratively as a county to reduce educational challenges and strengthen educational progress in the future.

Forward in the Fifth, a non-profit organization and an affiliate of The Center, works to reverse low educational attainment levels in the Fifth Congressional District. The organization strives to engage community stakeholders to advance the value of education; serves as advocates to advance all education systems to improve educational attainment; and supports schools and stakeholders to secure needed resources to improve the quality of education within their local communities.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 12:31

 

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