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Forum to address concerns over Obamacare
People with questions or concerns about the future of the Affordable Care Act may want to mark their calendars. A forum called “Obamacare Repeal or Repair: Truth and Consequences” is scheduled for ...
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Town makes third Mutual grant effort
Officials are hoping the third time’s the charm when it comes to a big revitalization project. On a 7-0 vote, Big Stone Gap Town Council Tuesday passed a resolution to apply for a $600,000 Industri...
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Council gets food bank info, makes donation
Ask, and you shall receive. During their February workshop, town council members wondered whether money donations could be made directly to the Big Stone Gap branch of the Food Bank of Wise County....
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Forever Valentines: Lifelong love started in fourth grade
Roy and Liz Stidham are not, in Liz’s words, “big romantics.” Love, Roy says, is more than a four-letter word. The whole world celebrates love on Valentine’s Day, but the Stidhams have quietly and ...
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Suspect search continues
The Wise County Sheriff’s Office continues its efforts to arrest the alleged killer of Janina Lorraine Jefferson by tracking leads and information on a daily basis, Maj. Grant Kilgore said. Kilgore...
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Gap considers ticketing unlawful street use
A while back, a motorist passed town hall and drove all the way to the Proctor Street bridge. Along the Greenbelt. Motor vehicles have never been allowed on the Greenbelt, and Big Stone Gap is cons...
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Second-degree murder trial delayed
The trial for a man accused of second-degree murder in 2015 has been pushed back again. The court Monday granted defense attorney Greg Gilbert’s motion to sever one of six charges Dylan Anthony Way...
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