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Senior Moments with Robin Watts and Hannah Allen

Truth in Planning with Anderson Advisors

Real Estate for Real Life with Cyndi and Bill Daves

Truth in Planning with Anderson Advisors

Racing with Ray with Ray Cook

Extreme Carolina with Michael Borkman

Real Estate for Real Life with Cyndi and Bill Daves

Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum with Dan Eichenbaum

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Extreme Carolina with Michael Borkman

Truth in Planning with Anderson Advisors

Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum with Dan Eichenbaum

Senior Moments with Robin Watts and Hannah Allen

This Week in Blairsville with Pat Malone

Real Estate for Real Life with Cyndi and Bill Daves

Animal Health Forum with Dr. Hilty Burr

Racing with Ray with Ray Cook

Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum with Dan Eichenbaum

Senior Moments with Robin Watts and Hannah Allen

Truth in Planning with Anderson Advisors

This Week in Blairsville with Pat Malone

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After public hearings on closing the CBDG grant and the 2019-20 budget with no comments, the Hayesville Town Council passed the 2019-20 budget. Council awarded grants to 4 local non-profits, approved a minor revision to the parking ordinance and the Audit contract with Turner & Co. North Carolina is willing to pay for your education to become a local law enforcement officer. The state’s proposed budget for the 2019-21 fiscal years appropriates $996,000 to the Criminal Justice Fellows Program, which provides in-state high school seniors or underemployed graduates a forgivable community college loan to pursue a career in law enforcement in a rural county, like Cherokee or Clay. Those interested in the Criminal Justice Fellows Program may complete an application online via the program’s website at ncdoj. gov.

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