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Stephens County Commissioners to hold hearing on tax rate, budget on Monday, Sept. 13

    Stephens County Commissioners to hold hearing on tax rate, budget on Monday, Sept. 13

The Stephens County Commissioners Court will hold a public hearing at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 13, on the proposed 2021-2022 tax rate and budget, followed by the commissioners regular meeting.

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New sheriff, county officials sworn in at midnight Jan. 1

    New sheriff, county officials sworn in at midnight Jan. 1

As the calendar changed from 2020 to 2021, several new officials were sworn in at the Stephens County Courthouse. Just after midnight on Jan. 1, 2021, Stephens County Judge Michael

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Stephens County Commissioners canvass votes, certify election results

    Stephens County Commissioners canvass votes, certify election results

Following a tumultuous Sheriff’s race leading up to last week’s General Election, there was little fanfare as Stephens County Commissioners met for just over five minutes to canvass the official results and certifying the election in a meeting on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 12.

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County-wide burn ban extended for 90 days as extreme dry conditions continue to plague area

    County-wide burn ban extended for 90 days as extreme dry conditions continue to plague area

Stephens County Commissioners voted at their meeting on Monday to reinstate the county-wide burn ban for another 90 days due to extreme dry conditions in the county. Breckenridge Fire Chief

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Fambro wins Republican nomination for County Commissioner; Rogers takes House nomination

  Fambro wins Republican nomination for County Commissioner; Rogers takes House nomination

In Tuesday’s Primary Runoff Election, David Fambro defeated Chad Ezell to win the Republican nomination for Stephens County Commissioner Precinct

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County Commissioners keep burn ban off, approve Hazard Mitigation Plan

  County Commissioners keep burn ban off, approve Hazard Mitigation Plan

When Stephens County commissioners met on Monday, they chose to leave the county-wide burn off, voted to adopt a Hazard

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Seven candidates file for County Commissioner Precinct 1 position; two vying for Sheriff’s Office

  Seven candidates file for County Commissioner Precinct 1 position; two vying for Sheriff’s Office

Monday was the last day to file to run in for county or state office in the Democratic and Republican

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County Commissioners reinstate burn ban; fireworks allowed in county

  County Commissioners reinstate burn ban; fireworks allowed in county

Following the recommendation of Breckenridge Fire Chief Calvin Chaney, Stephens County Commissioners reinstated the county-wide burn ban at their meeting

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County commissioners leave burn ban off; fire chief urges caution with outdoor burning

  County commissioners leave burn ban off; fire chief urges caution with outdoor burning

Following a discussion with Breckenridge Fire Chief Calvin Chaney on moisture conditions in the county and the weather forecast, Stephens

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County commissioners approve salary increase for jail administrator

  County commissioners approve salary increase for jail administrator

Stephens County Sheriff Will Holt addressed the County Commissioners at their meeting on Monday and asked for an increase in

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