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PACE participants ready for crafts fair
PACE participants have turned craftsman recently and are ready for their annual holiday crafts fair. The fair will be held at the PACE building near Mountain Empire Older Citizens’ offices in the S...
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Spooky spirit
Those who travel Brush Creek Road in Clintwood know to expect something big from Jim Childress when it comes to holiday decorations. Like always, Childress has provided passersby with a fantastic H...
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Residents seek rezoning of area on south side
NORTON — Twenty-seven residents of a neighborhood on the south side of the city have asked to have their properties rezoned. City council will hold a public hearing in December on the request, whic...
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Synthetic drug sellers found guilty
Eight people have been found guilty of involvement in illegally distributing synthetic drugs at various local businesses. Two Pound men were convicted at trial Wednesday in the Big Stone Gap federa...
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Group seeks plan for High Knob's future
BIG STONE GAP — When the long-awaited campaign to restore an observation tower atop High Knob concluded earlier this year, the organization behind the effort began pondering a new quest. The High K...
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Two in Pound object to two targets for cutting
POUND — As town council Tuesday mulled ways to enact sequestration and automatic spending cuts, two targets suggested by Councilman Clifton Cauthorne brought strong emotional response. Council pay ...
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Fundraisers seek to feed needy children
Lonesome Pine Cycling raised $15,640 to help Wise County and Norton children secure enough to eat each school day, but the money just begins to address the need. Children who qualify for reduced or...
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Appalachia approves bond issue
Appalachia Town Council last Thursday okayed a bond issue for up to $230,632 for water improvements. Council last month delayed action on the resolution authorizing the general obligation bond beca...
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