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Community walks in support of woman who was attacked
More than 60 walkers “took back the trail” Saturday in an organized walk down the White Oak Rail Trail in Oak Hill in a show of unity with a local woman who was attacked there June 14.
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Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve open for limited access this summer
The adventure-filled expanse resting beyond the Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve’s guarded gates still remains elusive to most, but the Boys Scouts of America announced that a portion of the 10,600-acre facility will now be open to the public on select days this summer.
Assessor’s office representatives to visit communities
Representatives of the Fayette County Assessor’s Office will travel to communities around the county next month to provide easier access to the office’s service, according to Eddie Young, county assessor.
- Hometown heritage festivities
Officials encourage additional safety measures
City officials are urging rail trail users to exercise caution while on the trail after a woman was brutally sexually assaulted early Saturday evening.
Stonestreet next entry in concert series
After playing music since they were both youngsters, friends and neighbors David Fitzwater and Steve Fish got together about a quarter-century ago to talk music.
Co-sleeping allegedly led to deaths
The parents of two Fayette County children who were reported dead inside their home March 11 were arrested Wednesday on charges that they negligently used alcohol and/or marijuana before rolling over on the children during the night, causing the infants to suffocate, Fayette Sheriff’s Capt. Jim Sizemore reported.
What is the state of our health in Fayette County?
I normally prefer to write articles about what’s great about our community. Or what we can do to make it great.
This is not going to be one of those articles.
Applications accepted for county 4-H camps
Are you looking for ways to get your kids out of the house? Are they looking for ways to hang out with their friends, have fun, and maybe learn while they’re at it?
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