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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Q&A With the Commissioner Hopefuls

Photo courtesy of the Campbell County Republican Facebook page. The following three questions were asked of all 19 applicants for county commissioners at last's meeting of the Campbell County Republican party. If you are selected to...

Republicans Choose Three to Replace Kissack

Members of the Campbell County Republican Party gather in the City Council Chambers before choosing three candidates to send on to the county commissioners to fill vacant seat. The City Council Chambers were full to...

One-Percent Sales Tax Passes in Landslide Vote, Officials to Decide on Spending

The results are officially unofficial, but Campbell County voters overwhelmingly decided to approve the Optional One-Percent sales tax for another four years. Despite painfully overt efforts advocating against the tax, the number votes cast in...

County One-Percent Allocations Reach $1.3 Million

The county completed another round of funding allocations this morning, giving out $818,000, which brings the total amount distributed from the Optional One-Percent this year to well over $1.3 million. During the board of commissioner’s...

Clark Kissack Resigns as County Commissioner

Clark Kissack (right) stands with County Commissioner Matt Avery and Kevin Geis while taking a tour of the Garner Lake Extension Project earlier this year Clark Kissack announced early this morning that he is stepping...