Jamey Mills has been named the new station manger for WWXL Radio. John Dodson will remain in charge of programing and engineering and Brian Smallwood will be a news reporter for both WWXL and the Manchester Enterprise.
Grace Sink, a “rising sophomore” at Oneida Baptist Institute, placed first at the state FFA Creed Contest in Lexington as part of the State FFA Convention. Sink qualified to compete at state by placing first in the regional FFA Creed Contest in March. She will represent Kentucky and compete for the national title at the National FFA Convention in October.
The Clay County School Board announced during a special called meeting Monday that due to one resignation and eleven retirements the board will not be forced to lay anyone off. Superintend William Sexton explained that the county principals agreed those positions would not be filled during a meeting with them last week.
Kentucky State Police continue their crackdown on drunk drivers making seven arrests of drivers and passengers this week.
Funeral Services will be held Friday for a Clay County sports Icon. Perry Thompson age 63 passed away Sunday. Services will be held at 11 AM at the Rominger Funeral Home.
The Manchester Police Department arrested a Manchester man on Meth possession and criminal mischief.
The owner of two out-of-state pain clinics, where hundreds of thousands of prescription pills were unlawfully distributed to Clay County drug dealers, has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison.
Monkey Dumplins’, Clay County’s very own folk life theater will present “Readin’, Ritin’ and Rithmetic” on Friday and Saturday at Clay County High School Auditorium, showtime 6:30.
School stories and songs have been gathered and will come to life on stage. All teachers and school personnel will be honored and recognized for all they’ve given to shape the lives of our children. Come see the stories of your people.
A Manchester man has been arrested on public intoxication charges according to a press release from Laurel County Sheriff John Root.