The Telegram News
July 22, 2019
  • Jackson Mayor Randy Heath appeared for an arraignment Monday afternoon in Jackson County Municipal Court on the 10 misdemeanor charges filed against him as the result of a grand jury indictment in June. The charges are in connection with the awarding of city tourism funds to the Chamber of Commerce of which Heath serves as the executive director.

  • Jackson County Engineer Melissa Miller has announced the following projects which will result in road closures in the near future on several different county or townships roads in Jackson County.

  • The Jackson County Junior Fair Livestock Sale was conducted last Friday afternoon and evening at the Joe Morgan Memorial Show Arena with 292 animals being sold over a period of nearly eight hours.

  • Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a call at 7:15 a.m. on Tuesday, July 16 for a domestic- violence situation occurring at 489 Sardis Emory Road, Oak Hill.
  • A West Virginia woman was seriously injured, when her car crashed into a tree off U.S. Route 35 in eastern Jackson County on Wednesday morning, July 17.
  • Woman injured in crash in Jackson Monday
    On Monday, July15, at approximately 4:30 p.m., two Jackson Police Department (JPD) officers responded to a two-vehicle crash involving injuries at the intersection of Main Street and Harding Avenue.
  • Boggs Pest Control, in conjunction with the City of Jackson, will be conducting mosquito spraying on Friday, July 26 from approximately 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. If inclement weather prevents the spraying, then spraying will be completed on Saturday, July 27 at the same time. Anyone with respiratory problems should consider closing their windows and shutting off any window unit air conditioners until the fog has dissipated.
  • Burning table leads to charges

    Intoxicated male receives disorderly conduct charges

    Lake camera catches crime in progress

    Meth pipe discovery gets man fourth-degree misdemeanor

    Theft of cheese, shoes and other items results in charges

    Backpack contains drug kit, discovered during argument

    Driver cited for Driving Under Suspension
  • Nashville comes to County Fair
    The stands and track area were filled as Nashville-based entertainer Mitchell Tenpenny put on an exciting and upbeat show to headline Country Music Day at the Jackson County Fair Thursday evening, July 18.
  • Mayoral candidate wants to cultivate Jackson’s future
    Jackson resident Barbie McCathren has spent a lot of her personal time the past few years working to beautify Jackson and making it a more attractive place to live and work. Now, she has set her sights on making a positive impact on Jackson city government.
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