The Jackson City Council meets again on Tuesday, August 14 and they will, once again, try to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of 5th Ward City Councilman Andrew Frounfelker.
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Last night, as both county-wide Parks and Animal Control millages passed handily. “I think it shows the county leadership has been responsible in being out front and honest with people about what we were going to do, and
This page will be updated regularly, stay tuned to WKHM for breaking news as the evening progresses. STATEWIDE BALLOT INITIATIVES COUNTY BALLOT INITIATIVES JACKSON COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL AND SHELTER MILLAGE PROPOSAL – PASSED YES – ...Read more
Larry Martin’s “In Their Own Words”, featuring interviews with World War II veterans begins Saturday August 4th. The first of four programs starts at 10am at First United Methodist Church. “(10 o’clock) I start showing a DVD
The jury took 7 hours to deliver a guilty verdict in the Tracey Lawrence trial today. The 55 year-old Lawrence was found guilty of second degree murder and possession of a firearm in the commission of a
August 7th is nearly 2 weeks away, but the work isn’t done to spread the word about the millages on the ballot and what benefits they bring to Jackson County. Commission Chair Steve Shotwell joined WKHM to
Mayor Dobies announced on WKHM that another building rehab project may be on the table in the city.
In a press release, Jackson Mayor Derek Dobies has officially endorsed Sheila Troxel for the 64th District of the State House of Representatives, encompassing the entire City of Jackson.
Cautiously optimistic about their August 7th millage vote, Northwest Community Schools Superintendent Geoff Bontrager knows the key to success is getting yes voters to the polls.
In a statement from the city, officials have announced that they are looking for local contractors to help with the abatement of lead-based paint products throughout the community.