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Tucker Commission discuss possible building housing EMS, Tucker County CVB and others

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Tucker County Commission meets with Jessica Scowcroft, executive director of the Tucker County CVB, and Tucker County EMS representatives to discuss a possible building to house the CVB, EMS and possibly others in Davis.

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartTucker County Commission meets with Jessica Scowcroft, executive director of the Tucker County CVB, and Tucker County EMS representatives to discuss a possible building to house the CVB, EMS and possibly others in Davis. By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – Once Corridor H is completely finished More...

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Randolph-Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center receives notice of more than $80,000 from the state for operations of their program. Pictured are Margot Kubichek, advocacy and prevention coordinator and interim executive director and Elizabeth King, CAC Coordinator who coordinates forensic interviews.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
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Randolph Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center receives funding

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartRandolph-Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center receives notice of more than $80,000 from the state for operations of their program. Pictured are Margot Kubichek, advocacy and prevention More...

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Tucker County Clerk staff member Shelly Bolyard administers the Oath of Office to Jonathan Hicks and Alan Simmons. They were appointed to the Tucker County Parks and Recreation Board during a previous meeting of the Tucker County Commission.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
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New board members take oath of office at Tucker County Commission

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartTucker County Clerk staff member Shelly Bolyard administers the Oath of Office to Jonathan Hicks and Alan Simmons. They were appointed to the Tucker County Parks and Recreation Board More...

Local rock band Triple S features teens Skyler Humphrey, Shane Humphrey and Seth Dotson. If you have not yet been to one of their performances, be sure to check them out at one of their upcoming performances such as Brew Skies, set for Aug. 20 at Timberline Four Seasons Resort in Davis, or 7 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Tucker County Fair on the stage at Camp Kidd, just outside of Parsons.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
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Tucker County’s very own Triple S

Local rock band Triple S features teens Skyler Humphrey, Shane Humphrey and Seth Dotson. If you have not yet been to one of their performances, be sure to check them out at one of their upcoming performances such More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
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Chip Shots new FootGolf Course in Davis

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate DRYFORK – One of the newest and upcoming sports is available right here in Tucker County! FootGolf is described as a sport where golf meets soccer and a new course More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
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Myers certified as floodplain manager

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate Jason Myers PARSONS – Parsons City Administrator/Treasurer has been working with flood issues for more than 15 years, and recently he successfully completed the More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
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Murphy bond reduction request denied

by Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – A Kerens man who was charged with one count of malicious assault and one count of domestic battery, second offense, appeared in Tucker County Magistrate More...

By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
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Harman Funds reallocated to cover paving

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – The Parsons City Council members met Tuesday and during the meeting, members talked about the bill for the recent street paving, which was about $10,000 More...