Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Sheriff Anderson Asking Commission For More Money
Sullivan County Sheriff Wayne Anderson is formally requesting a 17 percent pay raise now for his employees. They recently got a two percent pay raise that put an end to a lawsuit against the county. Tuesday’s paperwork filing was expected to include a two million dollar request for the sheriff’s 270-employees. A law enforcement expert has confirmed that the counties deputies are making 17 percent less than others doing the same job. Sheriff Anderson said he will continue to ask the commission for needed money to keep the county safe. (bg)

Saturday, October 10, 2015

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  • Congressman Griffith: Stay of EPA Regs Too Late to Help Southwest Virginia Coal-Fired Plants
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