1-17-18 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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EKU top school for Vets

Eastern Kentucky University ranks seventh nationally, and tops in Kentucky, among the best colleges and universities for military veterans, according to College Choice. Last fall, EKU finished 14th nationally in the annual Military Times: Best Colleges rankings, up from 17th the previous year. Home to almost 1,200 military-affiliated students and dependents, Eastern was also selected as a Top School in the 2018 Military Advanced Education and Transition Guide to Colleges & Universities. EKU also has been recognized by Victory Media/G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School each of the past eight years. U.S. Veterans magazine has also ranked EKU among its leading Veteran-Friendly Schools.


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Alice Lloyd Dean’s List

Alice Lloyd College would like to congratulate the following students from Manchester for earning the Dean’s List during the Fall 2017 semester: Benjamin Adam Carnahan, John Paul Chastain, Jacob Cecil Hampton, Emily Elizabeth Marcum, Travis Christopher Mills, Greyson Mitchell Philpot and Kenneth Blake Smith Students are named to the Dean’s List for achieving a grade point average of 3.25-3.74. An honor student at Alice Lloyd College applies to a student who has completed 15 or more semester hours in a given semester.


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Martin Luther King Jr. celebration

The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., celebration will be held Monday January 15 at St. Paul A.M.E. on Town Branch Road, just past the County Administration Building in downtown Manchester. Activities will begin with a continental breakfast at 9 AM. The traditional march starts from the Church at 11 AM. The Celebration Service begins at noon. The congregation of St. Paul and Rev. Sherry Green invites everyone to attend.


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Clay Water Woes Make State-wide News

The Clay County water situation has been featured in the Sunday edition of the Lexington Herald Leader and on TV stations WLEX-TV in Lexington and WYMT-TV in Hazard. Click on the link below for links to those three reports. A Boil Water Advisory is still in effect for those who have water and those when water is restored at Big Creek, Hector, Red Bird, including HWY 66 all the way to Oneida and 421 to the Leslie County line, including all side roads. This advisory will remain in effect until the situation has been corrected and test results have shown the water to be of acceptable quality. Consumers should flush their own plumbing when service is restored.


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Saltworks Appalachian Homecoming

Plans are underway for the 5th Annual Saltworks Appalachian Homecoming at the Pioneer Village in (Y-Holler) Manchester May 25 and 26 (Memorial Day Weekend). This year’s homecoming is shaping up to be the best yet. A Kidz Zone and an Antique and Vintage Market will be included. You are invited to be a part of a wonderful, fun filled, historical weekend. If you are interested in being a vendor download the Vendor Application.


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