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Cunningham Report 2.5.2015

Legislators Reject Recommended Pay Increase This early in the legislative session, it is uncommon for there to be so many high profile measures making their way through the legislative process. Usually, it is a few more weeks before debate on ...

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Prosecuting Attorney Cites Law Day Cases

The Douglas County Circuit Court criminal law day was held Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. Fifty felony cases were on the docket. The following individuals were sentenced to the Department of Corrections: Trevor Pippin, 21, Squires, pled guilty to three felonies. ...

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Looking Backward 2.5.2015

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago February 1, 1990   Forsyth defeated Ava for the third time this season last Saturday night to claim the championship of the Ava Invitational Tournament. But Coach Jess Blevins said he would welcome an opportunity to play ...

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What About This…? 2.5.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Over the last few weeks, how many times have you heard: “The stock market fell again today, chiefly in response to diminishing crude oil prices” or ‘With the crashing price of crude oil, the economy seems ...

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Looking Backward 1.29.2015

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago January 25, 1990   AHS seniors Halle Adams and Laura Hall were named Hoopcom­ing King and Queen at the Ava-Mtn. Grove Basketball game here last Friday night. Despite opposition from a small group of patrons, the Ava ...

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Wade Dismisses Petition Against Ron Wallace

Douglas County Prosecuting Attorney Chris Wade has dismissed the Quo Warranto petition filed against Ava School Board Vice-President Ron Wallace. The Quo Warranto petition, filed by the former prosecuting attorney, alleges that Mr. Wallace violated the State nepotism law when ...

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School Board Meets Jan. 15

By Sue Curry Jones The Ava R-1 School Board held their first meeting in the New Year on Thursday, Jan. 15. Lacy Diel, an Ava High School sophomore, who now serves as student representative to the board, joined the group ...

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