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Garner Chamber buys Showmobile (Audio)

Duesey Days has a new stage to entertain from.  The Garner Chamber of Commerce recently purchased a $125,000 showmobile stage for the community to use for Duesey Days’ events and other entertainment venues.  After securing pledges and anonymous donations for $97,000, the chamber is still awaiting grant approval for the remaining $28,000. The 33 x

Garner Duesey Days: This Weekend (Audio)

Enjoy a “duesey” of a weekend at Garner’s annual Duesey Days’ festivities this weekend – July 11th and 12th.  There’s inflatables and carnival games, cow chip bingo, a kid’s pedal pull, Bill Riley talent show, craft show, a car show, Boogie and the Yoyo’z and lots of food vendors. The fun starts at 4pm on

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Hancock County Reports Flood Issues (Audio)

Hancock County Engineer Bill Waddingham met with Federal Emergency Management Agency representatives on Monday to evaluate the damage in Hancock County due to recent flooding.  Hancock County Supervisor Jerry Tlach tells about some of the damage reported. According to Tlach, the road was barricaded, but someone apparently knocked the blockade down. Other flood damage in

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Hancock County Supervisors approve budget appropriations & consulting services (Audio)

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday with a busy agenda beginning with two resolutions for budget appropriations and interfund transfers for fiscal year 2014-2015.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach talks about the resolutions. The Hancock County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement with Cost Advisory Services to provide professional consulting in order

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Hancock County Supervisors consider data use, Farm Bureau memberships, & watershed project (Audio)

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday with a brief agenda beginning with consideration of a data use agreement with Tyler Technologies.  Supervisor Jerry Tlach explains. The Hancock County Board of Supervisors discussed employee benefit enhancements with Tim Tusha of Farm Bureau Insurance.  Tlach explains. The Hancock County Supervisors also transferred

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