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County considers removing salvage yard cars

Johnny Bowman has had two years to clean up a salvage yard located about a mile and a half from the Spencer city limits.

Roane down to one active case

There is only one known active case of COVID-19 in Roane County.

Grant program deemed successful

The recent mini-grant program to help local businesses cope with losses during the COVID-19 crisis has been deemed a success by the Roane Economic Development Authority.

Spencer Elementary paving an upgrade for access, parking

Parents trying to drop off or pick up students at Spencer Elementary School this fall should notice some improvements.

Courts open with COVID-19 restrictions

Courts in Roane County resumed operations this week with restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conversation district supervisor position on the ballot

The candidates for conservation district supervisor in the June 9 election each claim experience as an asset.

Father who failed drug screens sent to prison

A Clendenin man whose sentencing for failure to pay child support was deferred for a year was sent to prison Monday after he tested positive for methamphetamine.

Demand up for help with food

Most agencies in Roane County that provide food to those in need have seen an increase in traffic with the COVID-19 crisis.

Roane families will receive over $300 for summer food

Parents of every child in Roane County Schools, along with 42 other counties in West Virginia, will receive over $300 to purchase food for their children this summer from a federal program intended to combat problems from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Horse show a hit during shutdown

You could say it was the only game in town.


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