Rhea County is now gearing up for what local election officials are calling a big election year in 2018.Next year, all county commission seats, the county executive seat, sheriff, several school board seats and a variety of other local, state and federal seats will be up for grabs.In May 2018, county primaries will be held for local Democrats and Republicans to determine who will face off in the August county general election.
What began as a routine traffic stop for speeding landed a Kentucky man in the Rhea County Jail after deputies claim they discovered a variety of drugs in the man’s possession, according to an arrest report.Justin S. Wilson, 29, of Liberty, Ky., is facing several drug-related charges after he was pulled over for allegedly going 70 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone.“On Sept. 6, I stopped a small silver car for speeding,” Rhea County Sheriff’s Dept. Cpl. Wayne Cox said.
Local construction company Dillard Construction lands bid for new facilityIn a special-called meeting on Thursday, the Rhea County Commission voted unanimously to hire Dillard Construction to perform work on a new jail or justice center facility at the site of the old hospital in Dayton.Dillard Construction was chosen out of three construction firms being considered for the job, and county commissioners said on Thursday that Dillard did submit the lowest bid.
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