2-21-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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2-21-18

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Au-Burned Out

Au-Burned Out—By John Huang

(AUBURN, Al.) — For this Kentucky Wildcat team, a visit to Auburn, Alabama provides a rare opportunity for basketball redemption. Because beneath the façade of “the loveliest little village on the plains,” lies a surprising Bruce Pearl juggernaut ready to pounce upon the Wildcats’ rapidly dwindling post-season hopes. Driving through the countryside, I can easily see how eastern Alabama could be described as a bucolic sports fantasyland—kind of a Cam Newton or Bo Jackson football field of dreams—where everybody hates The Crimson Tide even more than Pearl hates the NCAA.


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Music Fest Announcement Party

Manchester Music Fest presented by the Manchester Tourism Commission will announce dates and times of artists Thursday March 8 from 6 PM till 11 PM at Pat’s Snack Bar. Some artists will be present to play acoustic sets for the Manchester Music Fest Announcement Party with special drink prices. Weather permitting a Cruise-In will also be held.


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KU to double donations

With prolonged periods of sub-freezing temperatures this winter Kentucky Utilities Company will be doubling their annual support, matching $2 for every $1 donated by residential customers, to the utilities’ third-party heating assistance programs. This increased assistance will retroactively take effect starting February 1 and will continue through April 30. Residential customers can make a tax-deductible donation to the utilities’ heating assistance programs by making a recurring monthly pledge or a one-time contribution. Even rounding up a payment to the next whole dollar makes a difference. Customers can also call to speak with a customer care representative at 800-981-0600.


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Free Tax-Aide

Beginning now and continuing through April 12, AARP Foundation is providing free tax assistance and preparation through its Tax-Aide program. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, celebrating its 50th year, is the nation’s largest free tax assistance and preparation service. There’s no fee, and AARP membership is not required. Their location is the Senior Citizens Center in Manchester on Monday (9 AM till 2 PM) (Appointments is Required) and Thursday (9 AM till 2 PM) Walk-ins (First Come/First Served) Call (606) 594-7748 for more information.


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Hal Rogers Parkway closed west to London

Two tractor-trailers collided causing a diesel fuel and coal spill a half mile west of the Manchester exit on Hal Rogers Parkway. Two are confirmed injured and a Hazmat team has been called to the scene. The parkway will be closed for an unspecified amount of time.