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Stephens County Commissioners approve COVID-19 plan in emergency meeting

    Stephens County Commissioners approve COVID-19 plan in emergency meeting

In a special-called emergency meeting at 10 a.m. Monday, March 16, the Stephens County Commissioners voted to put into place a three-phase emergency COVID-19 plan for the county courthouse. The

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Stephens County joins eight others as ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ in Texas

    Stephens County joins eight others as ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ in Texas

The Commissioners Court voted Tuesday morning, Nov. 12, to make Stephens County the ninth “Second Amendment Sanctuary County” in Texas. County Judge Michael Roach said that several citizens had reached

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County Commissioner Ed Russell will not seek re-election; homecoming bon fire canceled due to burn ban

    County Commissioner Ed Russell will not seek re-election; homecoming bon fire canceled due to burn ban

Precinct 1 County Commissioner Ed Russell announced on Monday that he will not be seeking reelection for a third term in the 2020 election. Also during Monday’s County Commissioner Court

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County Commissioners extend burn ban, postpone decision on new boiler for courthouse

    County Commissioners extend burn ban, postpone decision on new boiler for courthouse

At their meeting Monday morning, the Stephens County Commissioners listened to a presentation about replacing the boiler in the courthouse, voted to continue the burn ban and recognized a member

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Commissioners make appointments to ambulance service task force, continue burn ban

  Commissioners make appointments to ambulance service task force, continue burn ban

At their meeting on Monday, July 22, Stephens County commissioners appointed County Judge Michael Roach and Precinct 3 County Commissioner

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Stephens County Commissioners honor 9-1-1 dispatchers

  Stephens County Commissioners honor 9-1-1 dispatchers

Although most people will never meet them in person, theirs is the first voice you’ll hear when you dial 9-1-1

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