Chad Thompson, creator of the program Manchester Cares, an alcohol and drug abuse prevention and rehabilitation advocacy initiative, has been working hard getting statistics on drug use in Manchester.
Pam Asher brought before the Fiscal Court last Thursday, a plan for a Visitors Center.
Letters have been sent to a Federal Judge on behalf of Clay County’s favorite son, Richie Farmer.
The Manchester Enterprise will be publishing an “Election Special Edition” that will hit the streets just before the Primary Election, on Monday May 19.
Election signs crowd the intersections and yards this time of year with candidates running for office in hopes of winning with the upcoming May Primary Election. Many signs are eye catching, like Stella House’s signs with a House on them or the slogans, like Wendell Keen’s, “Keep it clean with Keen”.
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