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Winners of Manchester’s Static Christmas Parade

Winners of Manchester’s Static Christmas Parade

The winners of Manchester’s Static Christmas Parade have been announced. For the second year in a row, first place for favorite float goes to Henderson Products.   Second place went to the Manchester Fire Department.     And third place went to the Roads to Trails UTV/ATV Club. Everyone who attended the Window Walk and

Manchester Window Walk Photo Gallery

Manchester’s 30th Annual Window Walk was held Thursday night, along with the Chamber/KMCH’s Static Christmas Parade! It was a chilly night with temps only in the teens, but there was a great turnout. Thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate the holiday season with all sorts of parade entries, live window scenes in downtown businesses,

Navy Honors WWII Hero from Fayette County

A World War Two hero from Fayette County who gave his life to help his fellow shipmates during the Pearl Harbor attack has been honored in a very special way. In Dubuque on Thursday – the 76th anniversary of the attack – the Navy presented the Silver Star Medal to the family of Navy Chaplain

Construction on New Manchester Hotel to Start in Spring

Construction will start on a new Manchester hotel next year. The deal was sealed when the Manchester City Council approved a development agreement last week with Boulders Inn and Suites. That’s Manchester City Manager Tim Vick. Similar to other hotels, Boulder asked for local investors to provide capital to get things rolling. Vick says investors

Edgewood Celebrating the Holidays

The Edgewood community invites you to celebrate the holidays with them this Saturday, December 2nd! Santa will visit Welterlen Motors from 10 to 1 – and you can write letters to the North Pole while you’re there and enjoy some hot cocoa and homemade cookies from the Edgewood Women’s Club. The Grinch and Cindy Lou

Moorman Insurance Operating Under New Ownership

One Manchester business has been operating under new ownership this year. Moorman Insurance was purchased earlier this year by a Waverly company called Peoples Insurance. That’s Cathy Petchulat, who says customers really shouldn’t notice a big change in the business itself. The business, which is now officially known as Moorman Insurance – A Member of

Delaware County Supervisors Meeting Recap

Delaware County has begun discussions with the Sheriff’s Department on collective bargaining agreements. Initial proposals for the next fiscal year were exchanged at the County Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday. The County says they should have a final agreement in place in about a month. Also at Monday’s Supervisors meeting, the Board appointed Ann