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Sheriff Roger L. Harris is pleased to announce that the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office and Animal Control Deputy Richard Samuels were recipients of the Humane Society’s “Humane Law Enforcement Award”.  Sheriff Harris noted that Deputy ACO Samuels was part of a task force that successfully concluded a year long, multi-state cockfighting ring centred in Wise County,
I am proud that military veterans are well represented in our sheriff’s office. More than one-third of our sworn officers and civilian employees have served their country earlier in their career or continue to serve in the reserves. All branches of
Sheriff Roger L. Harris Signing Unity Pledge
On Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 3:00 PM at the Old Courthouse, a pioneering event between the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office, Church Leaders and Community Leaders took place.  
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Your 401K or IRA may be charging you a lot more than you realize.
The federal government says its offices in the Washington area will be open Friday amid the region's latest winter storm, but they are on a two-hour delayed arrival and employees can telework or take unscheduled leave.
No one can argue that many Apple devices have changed the way people live their lives.
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Hillary Clinton's critics say using a private email account for official government business makes Clinton look like she had something to hide. The controversy threatens to overshadow her preparation for a likely presidential campaign. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Lutz gathered a group of voters to give their opinions to "CBS This Morning."
Six Colorado county sheriffs are suing Gov. John Hickenlooper over the state's recreational marijuana law, and county attorneys from Kansas and Nebraska are also fighting the legislation that they say requires them to break federal laws. Mark Strassmann reports.
Jet sliding off LaGuardia runway leads to questions; surprising revelation from Oregon woman home after months of detention in East Timor; remembering Selma
A blast of Arctic air east of the Rockies is bringing record low temperatures. Wind chills are below freezing as far south as Atlanta. In Kentucky, police and the National Guard rescued hundreds of people on Interstate 65. Cuthbert Langley of Nashville affiliate WTVF reports from Franklin, Kentucky.
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