Feds to pick up airport design tab, county to beef...
by Christine Fonville
04:06 PM, Tuesday, September 23
Progress for Phase II of expansions at the Henry County Airport, technology upgrades for county job seekers and balancing the 2014-15 fiscal year budget were action items at the Henry County Board of Commissioners meeting last week. Ron Burckhalte...

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Six battling for District 11 U.S. House post
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Tri-Cities entrepreneur marketing, technology event on hor...
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