December 13 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

December 13 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

12-13-17

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WWXL and KSR broadcast from CCMS

Jamey Mills (left) General Manager of WWXL Sports Radio was with Matt Jones and Ryan Lemond at Clay County Middle School for a remote broadcast of Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR). The broadcast was sponsored by Manchester Memorial Hospital.

Jamey Mills (left) General Manager of WWXL Sports Radio was with Matt Jones and Ryan Lemond at Clay County Middle School for a remote broadcast of Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR). The broadcast was sponsored by Manchester Memorial Hospital.

Holt arrested after jumping from swinging bridge

Roger Holt

Roger Holt

Manchester Police Department Officer Jimmy Smith and Assistant Chief Patrick Robinson were dispatched to a call of a individual that had jumped from the swinging bridge on Bridge Street in the Goose Creek River. Officers discovered Roger Holt of Manchester barely holding on to the bank of the river and not responding to officers.

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Two Jailed After Losing Wheel

G.H. Sizemore

G.H. Sizemore

Donnie Baker

Donnie Baker

Two Manchester men were jailed after they lost a wheel off their vehicle at Garrard.
Kentucky State Police (KSP) SGT Steve Smallwood was advised by a passer by of a vehicle broke down on US 421 near Sav-A-Lot. G.H. Sizemore, age 53 of Otter Creek Road (Manchester) and Donnie Baker, 55 of Ernie Couch Road (Manchester) were standing beside the vehicle and told him they had lost a tire wheel. When Smallwood called in KSP Trooper Jarrod Smith also responded to the scene.

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KSR will broadcast LIVE from CCMS Tuesday

Matt Jones and Ryan Lemond will be at Clay County Middle School for a remote broadcast of Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR) Tuesday.

Matt Jones and Ryan Lemond will be at Clay County Middle School for a remote broadcast of Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR) Tuesday.

Brash sports radio personality Matt Jones has the most popular talk radio show in Kentucky. He will bring his Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR) road trip to Manchester Tuesday for a remote broadcast from Clay County Middle School.

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Dangerous Curve Claims Another Victim

An early morning accident on a dangerous section of highway claimed the life of one of Clay County’s newest residents. Nelson Wayne Collier, 32 had just moved to Honeysuckle Road in the Morgan Branch Community from Michigan.

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Asher says no to performing marriages

Clay County Judge Executive Joe Asher (right) had a busy Monday, which was finished off when he presented a check to the Clay County Board of Education and Superintendent William Sexton. Earlier in the day Asher released a statement that he would not be performing marriages “till further notice”.

Clay County Judge Executive Joe Asher (right) had a busy Monday, which was finished off when he presented a check to the Clay County Board of Education and Superintendent William Sexton. Earlier in the day Asher released a statement that he would not be performing marriages “till further notice”.

Clay County Judge Executive Joe Asher released a statement Monday that he would not perform any marriages “till further notice”. Asher joins a list of local Judges to give up the privilege of officiating marriages after a recent Supreme Court case that made non-tradition marriages legal in all fifty states.

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