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.
The Clay County Sheriff’s Department got an early start on the 2015 Marijuana growing season when they stopped a grower in the middle of his summer planting and arrested Rodney Dodson age 46 of Manchester the following day.
Manchester Police Department (MPD) officers made several arrests this week on charges that include DUI, wanton endangerment and shoplifting.
No cheer challenge, girls basketball in the fall, no mandatory fees and an all-star football team are just a few of the major changes coming to Clay County Grade School Sports.
Schools will be allowed to spend up to $150 per student on cheer uniforms and judging will be moved back to the first round of the tournaments.
Each school will have two squads (5th/6th and 3rd/4th).
Grade school football will add kicking (punting and kickoffs).
For more details see a complete article in Sports on page A-4.
Kentucky State Police (KSP) have arrested several suspects in cases ranging from burglary, murder and reckless driving.
Tony Sizemore age 45 of Hog Skin Road (Manchester) was placed under arrest after a Kentucky State Police investigation into a stolen ATV (Arctic Cat Side By Side).
Jessica Bowling-Hoskins has been promoted from her sales account position to Sales Manager at the Manchester Enterprise. She replaces Rodney Miller who is no longer with the Enterprise.
Newspaper Vice President Glenn Gray announced those changes Monday. Heather Mays has moved into the sales account position Bowling occupied.
Bowling and Mays would be glad to discuss your advertising needs. Just give them a call at 598-2319 (Ext. 24 for Bowling and Ext. 26 for Mays).
Gray will also assume most of Miller’s general manager duties on an interim basis.
Local officials have ruled out foul play in the death of a Manchester man who was found at a cemetery Friday (May 22).