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Pound top job search goes on
POUND — The town is still on the hunt for a town manager after the person who was offered the job took a position elsewhere. Mayor George Dean, who’s held the position in an interim capacity since ...
Jul 28, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend
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Violent crime indictments include prison inmates
Five people have been indicted for alleged acts of violence or threatened violence. Those indicted by a Wise County grand jury Monday include: • Larry Mitchell Large, 64, 7591 South Fork Rd., Pound...
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Special needs park needs financial support
It’s slow going for a project to expand Coeburn’s Ringley Park with the addition of special needs play equipment and features. While Lane Group official Chris Mullins works on the expansion’s desig...
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Appy Baptist gives back to RAM volunteers
Last weekend’s Remote Area Medical event showed again that Wise Countians have a lot of needs. But it also proved that Wise Countians have a lot to give. Appalachia Baptist Church’s Rev. Nick and J...
Jul 23, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 45 45 recommendations | email to a friend
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Now retired, Hartley goes on town council
Having retired from a successful business, Bob Hartley now has more time to devote to the town he’s called home most of his life. Appalachia Town Council welcomed Hartley, 77, as its fifth member l...
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Bise gathering ‘Supplies for Success’
Brittany Bise says she was carrying a burden in her heart “to do something.” That’s how her drive to provide school supplies to children in need had its beginning. “I know that it was God wanting m...
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Audit of town books goes on
COEBURN — Town council has authorized certified public accountant Larry Sturgill’s firm to continue its forensic audit of town books in search of financial wrongdoing. Council voted July 13 to let ...
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Event to help Lunchbox Project
Love to bike, run, or walk? Interested in hitting the pavement for a campaign that benefits local school children? If so, the third annual Ride, Run & Relax Benefit promises to deliver. The Aug. 8 ...
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