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By Lois Lambert On Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
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Traffic Cameras and Building Code Under Discussion

At the regular meeting of the Parsons City Council, council members discussed the purchasing of cameras to be used for traffic control. These cameras would gauge your speed and take a photo of your license plate, More...

The new Pirate ship was recently installed at Mill Race Park
By Lois Lambert On Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
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Updates for Parsons City Parks

The new Pirate ship was recently installed at Mill Race Park All hands on deck for the new Pirate ship located in Mill Race Park. City Administrator/Treasurer, Jason Myers said, “This is just one of the things More...

By Lois Lambert On Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
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Parsons Council Shows Support for Our House

Elizabeth Lancaster attended Tuesday’s meeting of the Parsons City Council to give an update on the “Our House” Youth Center. This center is located in the back of the old Swartz Building on First Street in More...

By Lois Lambert On Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
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Commissioners Learn Opening Date of New VA Clinic

Roxanne Tuesing attended Wednesday’s meeting of the Tucker County Commission to give them an update on the new VA Clinic. Tuesing informed the commissioners that the date has been set for the opening. Plans, as More...

By Lois Lambert On Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
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Parsons City Council Approves Kiosk for Cheat River Water Trail

At the rescheduled council meeting held on April 22, the Parsons City Council granted the request submitted by Janet Preston, on behalf of the Friends of the Cheat, to place a kiosk for the Cheat River Water Trail More...

Pictured Standing L-R: Chief Rowe, Council Members Hoy (Pete) Roy, David Gidley, Melissa Jones, Recorder Connie Collins, Council Member Timothy Auvil:  Seated:  Mayor Dorothy Judy
By Lois Lambert On Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
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Mayor Signs Proclamation Declaring National Police Week

At the April 22 Parsons City Council Meeting, Mayor Judy signed a proclamation declaring May 15 Peace Officer’s Memorial Day and the week of May 12 – May 16, 2014 as National Police Week. Pictured Standing L-R: More...

By Lois Lambert On Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
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Town of Hambleton and St. George Park Brings Concerns to County Commission

Linda Bates, Mayor of Hambleton, brought pictures of the “Water Cistern” that was removed from outside the Hambleton Town Hall and showed how it had been filled. Mayor Bates requested funding to replace the More...

By Lois Lambert On Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
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City of Parsons Proclaims April, Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Mayor Dorothy Judy proclaims April as Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month. This proclamation serves to renew the community commitment to preventing child abuse and neglect and work to enable our children to More...