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Incumbent constitutional officers face no opposition in November election

There are five constitutional offices up for election Nov. 3 in King George, with incumbents in three of the seats seeking reelection unopposed.

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Profiles: Two seek seats on conservation district

This is the first in a series of brief profiles to introduce King George voters to the candidates running for election to the 13 open seats in local elections for the county on Nov. 3.

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Supervisors to hold public hearing next week on fracking rules

The King George Board of Supervisors will take public comment at a 6 p.m. meeting on Sept. 1 on proposals to tighten rules for oil and gas drilling in the county zoning ordinance and the Comprehensive Plan pertaining to fracking.

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King George schools back in session!

Students at King George Elementary School prepare to board busses after after a bright, sunny first day of school.

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Man dies in standoff with KG deputies

A King George deputy sheriff shot and killed a man Saturday night after the man a approached officers brandishing a knife and ignored repeated commands to stop and put the weapon down.
King George Sheriff Steve Dempsey immediately requested that a Virginia State Police shooting investigation team look into the circumstances of fatal incident.

Read more: Man dies in standoff with KG deputies

 

 

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