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Coal/Railroad Days a week away
Appalachia’s Special Projects Committee met Monday to put the finishing touches on this year’s Coal/Railroad Days festival. Appalachia Coal/Railroad Days is scheduled for Thursday, July 31 through ...
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School division health plan to change
CLINTWOOD — Facing a nearly $400,000 budget deficit, the Dickenson County School Board voted last week to make changes to its employee health insurance policy. The unanimous decision came during a ...
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Volunteering at RAM a moving experience for county native
From a young age, former Clinchco resident Meagan Boyd Hicks knew she wanted to pursue a career in physical therapy. Over the weekend, she was able to use her passion for the profession, along with...
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Clinchco residents want larger police force, more ordinances
CLINCHCO — When he was elected as interim mayor of Clinchco, the first thing Rick Salyers wanted to do was get input from the town’s residents. He did so by holding a public meeting at town hall Tu...
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Treasurers’ conference highlights county
WISE — When county Treasurer Delores Smith announced that this year’s state Treasurers’ Association conference would be held in Southwest Virginia, people told her no one would travel that far to a...
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Forum generates concerns, ideas for Wise County planning process
WISE — Several suggestions were offered at a public forum held Tuesday about issues that will require the county’s attention as it looks toward its future. The meeting was held as a kickoff for the...
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Police car use raises concern
COEBURN — Town council has banned the use of police vehicles for anything but police business and by anyone other than an officer. During council’s first meeting Monday under a new majority, new Ma...
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Town picks new leaders, eyes attorney options
COEBURN — Town council has chosen a new mayor and vice mayor for the next two years and decided to seek new legal representation. Council met Monday with new members Deventae Mooney and Sharon Stil...
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    by GLENN GANNAWAY • Post News Editor
    07.17.14 - 12:08 am
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    by GLENN GANNAWAY • Post News Editor
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    by TERESA MULLINS • Staff Writer
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