Gerald Robinette, CEO, announced today Appalachian Wireless will continue their Scholarship Program that has provided a total of $44,000 so far to graduating seniors.
Fiscal Court Votes No to Control Ordinance
County Attorney Clay Massey Bishop Jr. gave the first reading the Animal Control Ordinance Wednesday. Fiscal Court members voted it down.
The fate of the Clay County Animal Shelter is in the air after the Clay County Fiscal Court voted “no” to the first reading of an animal control ordinance that would bring them in compliance with the state.
The call to come into compliance with state law was initiated a little over a year ago, when a local citizen on behalf of the Humane Society filed a lawsuit against the former County Judge-Executive and administration.
The City of Manchester will be hosting it’s first ever Christmas Bazaar and Tree Lighting Ceremony this Saturday.
According to the Sheriff’s Office and City Hall, November the 30th is the last day for the 2 percent discount on property taxes.
According to a report in the Richmond Register, Richmond police arrested Tammy Bray, 35, for theft by unlawful taking over $500, receiving stolen property over $500, second-degree unlawful transaction of a minor and third-degree possession of a controlled substance.
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