The Manchester Enterprise will be conducting interviews with candidates for each major election race in the next few weeks. The purpose of our interviews is to give each candidate a chance to answer three questions, chosen by the Manchester Enterprise, about themselves. All candidates were given the same questions.
Clay County Sheriff’s Deputy, Chris Curry, says he woke up to a man beating so hard on his door Monday morning that it caused his house alarm to go off.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet highway crews in Manchester continue extensive snow and ice operations today across the county.
The Manchester City Police are now offering Anti Bullying prevention classes at the request of the schools.
Coloring books with an anti-bulling theme and crayons will be given out to the students in lower level grades with the program. The classes will also be offered to all grades that want to participate. Schools are urged to call or contact the Manchester City Police if interested in setting up a class.
Jackson Energy customers will see a $2 per month increase on their electric bills beginning in April as a result of a recent decision by the Kentucky Public Service Commission. The revenue increase is the first for Jackson Energy since 2008. The increase is only in the monthly customer charge and does not affect the kilowatt-hour charge.
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