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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
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Be part of the benefit for the Wounded Warriors of Virginia event on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Spotsylvania Towne Centre.  Click here for details...
     The Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for our 2015 two week summer intern program. These positions are geared towards college students working towards a desired career in law enforcement and will
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Don't let outstanding debts and high interest rates cause anxiety over your future. Follow these steps to get out of debt and enjoy your retirement.
Learn about the recent Supreme Court ruling in regards to the fiduciary duty of employers, and discover how it may affect your current 401(k).
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Organizer says contest and rally, which come weeks after a shooting at a similar event in Texas, is meant to "show the true colors of Islam"
For the second year in a row, spelling contest ends in an unexpected way and makes history in several different ways
Law enforcement officers are on alert in Phoenix, where a man is organizing a rally outside a mosque on Friday and asking participants to draw cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. As KPHO-TV's Jonathan Lowe reports, it follows a deadly shooting at a similar event earlier this month in Texas.
After a veterinarian gave a dog named Poh a terminal diagnosis, his owner decided to take his best friend on a "bucket list" road trip across the U.S. and document it on Instagram. CBSN's Kristine Johnson details the journey.
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