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School board approves $56.7 million budget; students expected to return Oct. 30

The Clark County Board of Education approved a $56.7 million spending plan Monday that includes the use of $2.3 million in contingency funds, leaving a ... Read more

14 hours ago by Randy Patrick.

County caps contributions to fire-EMS

County officials approved a new agreement to cap its contributions to EMS operations for this fiscal year, cutting it about $200,000. The Clark County Fiscal ... Read more

16 hours ago by Fred Petke.

MSW launching new branding efforts

Main Street Winchester is ready to launch its new branding efforts to provide more consistency and excitement in its efforts to promote downtown Winchester. Those ... Read more

16 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

Police and fire reports for Sept. 29, 2020

CLARK COUNTY FIRE — At 7:12 a.m. Friday, firefighters assisted EMS personnel with a call on Allen Lane. — At 4:48 p.m. Saturday firefighters responded to ... Read more

16 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

Clark Regional Medical Center undergoes major expansion project

Clark Regional Medical Center recently announced a $4.6 million expansion of the hospital for a cardiac catheterization (cath) lab. The cardiac cath lab and launching ... Read more

16 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

Milling, paving set to begin this week

The Allen Company is scheduling to mill and pave this street list starting Oct. 1 through Oct. 15: Bay Hill Drive, Bay Hill Court, Silverton ... Read more

16 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

Health Department reports ninth virus death

Another Clark County resident has died because of the coronavirus. The victim, the county’s ninth, was 29 years old, according to County Public Health Director ... Read more

18 hours ago by Randy Patrick.

Trick-or-treating gets OK from city

There will be trick-or-treating on Oct. 31 in Winchester and Clark County. Despite the continuing upheaval and health regulations from COVID-19 and the cancellation of ... Read more

2 days ago by Fred Petke.

School facilities panel approves plan for new preschool, alternative school

The Clark County School District’s preschool and alternative school may both get new homes. Last Thursday the Local Planning Committee met and approved the district ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

BBQ raises money for Heritage Commission

This time there was no picnic on Holly Rood’s leafy lawn. Instead, the Heritage Commission’s second annual Pig Picking for the Past benefit was drive-through ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

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