The Elk Valley Times and the Fayetteville Weekly are partnering to host a forum for the upcoming election for Lincoln County mayor. The forum, to […]
I have never had an interest in government and politics until this past year. After I experienced how vile it can be, I decided I […]
On today’s show, we’re talking about one of my favorite community events of the year – the annual Farm to Table dinner. The dinner showcases […]
On the August 2nd election, you’ll be voting for three county commissioners. In some districts, only three candidates qualified so they’re essentially set to win. […]
School board elections rarely get a ton of attention. But with thousands of students in our county schools and millions of dollars in the county […]
On today’s episode, you’ll hear from Carolyn Denton, Executive Director of our local Chamber of Commerce. If you haven’t worked with them before, the Chamber is an organization that brings together businesses and works to improve the economy and quality of life right here in the community. In this interview, you’ll hear what resources the Chamber has and what work they’re doing for our town.
In this episode, you’ll hear from Commissioner Rick Head, who’s running against Bill Newman for the mayor’s seat. We touch on issues like the growth in the southern parts of the county, his plan for better jobs and job training, and how he plans to get buy-in from us here in the community for his vision.
In this episode, you’ll hear from current county mayor Bill Newman. We touch on issues like his plan for better jobs, money for improvements to our roads and schools, along with how he plans to get buy-in from us here in the community for his vision.
Every four years, our community makes a choice. We head into the voting booth, we look at the candidates listed, and we choose. To make sure you’re prepared for the August 2nd election, here’s what you need to know.
Starting in April of 2017, city mayor Jon Law hosted a series of town hall meetings focused on our community’s future. At each town hall, groups worked on a wide range of ideas from community gardens to downtown events and even rural broadband Internet. In this episode, you’ll hear those ideas and how to get involved.