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Haiti mission trip ‘amazing’ for local group
Trying to condense her many experiences during a recent week in Haiti to a short summary is a challenge, but Elizabeth Mullins is able to narrow what she considers most important to a short paragra...
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New school bus routes ready for first day
Among challenges faced while getting ready for the Aug. 10 opening of Ridgeview high, technical and middle schools was the reorganization of bus routes. Much thought and work was put into developin...
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New schools ‘community day’ is Aug. 7
In less than three weeks, on Aug. 10, the county’s new Ridgeview schools will welcome their first students. In anticipation of the historic event, the school division has planned Celebrating Our Co...
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Officers train for ‘active shooter’ response
You hope and pray it won’t happen here — a gunman opening fire in a school, courthouse or other public place. Still, though, it’s something for which local police officers want to be prepared. On J...
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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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RAM returns for 16th year this weekend
Remote Area Medical returns for the 16th year to the Wise County Fair Grounds in Wise during the weekend of July 17-19. RAM is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that provides free dental, me...
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Family turns old auto body shop into new business
ROSE RIDGE — These days, the old Fremont Body Shop bears little resemblance to what it was for many years — a place where wrecked cars were repaired and old paint jobs were replaced with shiny new ...
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