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Reedy planning annual homecoming

Reedy’s town council met last Thursday to finish planning for the annual Coming Home to Reedy festivities.

Flood buyout program progressing

All Front Street houses could be coming down

Every house on Front Street could be demolished if a federal flood program comes to fruition.

BWF accepting food vendor applications

The W.Va. Black Walnut Festival is accepting applications from local non-profit food vendors.

Expelled students could return early

Two Spencer Middle School students expelled for a year could be returning to school a lot sooner.

Salvage yard owner given more time

Makes request for appointed attorney

A man convicted of operating an illegal salvage yard was given another four weeks to clean up the property he was supposed to have cleared last year.

Reedy woman killed, sister hospitalized

A Reedy woman was killed and her sister injured last week after their car left the road and struck a hillside.

Demo program may start in September

Demolition of unsafe and eyesore structures through a National Guard program could begin by early next month.

Amendments to substitute policy approved

The Roane Board of Education is making changes to a policy regarding substitute teachers after some subs were concerned they could be fired for not accepting calls to work.

Board will make second pitch for new middle school

The Roane Board of Education will try a second time to get state funding to build a new Spencer Middle School.

Help coming for animal shelter

Part-time position approved

A plea for help from the county animal shelter has been answered.


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