Nick Pedley

08/27/2014 - 6:45pm
Three people were transported from the scene of an accident involving two vehicles, a motorcycle and one semi between Chapin and Sheffield on Highway 65 late Wednesday afternoon. Very few details were available at the time of this posting. The two vehicles – a truck and a car – were totaled in the accident, and the motorcycle came to rest on its side in the ditch. Traffic was...
08/21/2014 - 12:14pm
              Franklin County Republicans will select a new candidate for Supervisor District II at a special nominating convention Friday night in Hampton.             Three-term Supervisor Jerry Plagge, who narrowly defeated challenger Gary McVicker...
08/19/2014 - 4:32pm
The Hampton City Council learned at its meeting Aug. 14 that preliminary pipework for the city's new wastewater treatment plant is scheduled to begin sometime this week. Engineer Tom Madden of Yaggy Colby Associates met with the council to go over the pipework plans that will connect the old wastewater plant to the site of the new facility...
08/19/2014 - 4:30pm
Back-to-school facility updates and district policy changes topped a short agenda at the Hampton-Dumont Board of Education meeting Monday night. Though no formal action was taken on the matter, the board encouraged 7-12 Activities Director Nate Boock to move forward with a policy cancelling Wednesday practices for all junior high...
08/19/2014 - 4:28pm
Franklin County’s beloved courthouse received a splash of new color this summer, but it wasn’t intentional by any means.  Two copper statues perched atop the 123-year-old structure’s clock tower began rusting significantly following heavy rainfall in June. Rust marks started bleeding down onto the courthouse’s...
08/19/2014 - 4:26pm
Hampton Code Enforcement Officer Doug Tarr made the right decision when he determined a rental property owned by Milton Heyde was unfit for living last month, according to a ruling Monday by the city's Housing Rehab Committee.   The committee’s decision came during special hour-long appeal hearing in City Hall. Heyde, who owns...
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