Saturday October 20th, 2018 12:21AM

Dean Dyer

WRWH Radio
Dean Dyer
Cleveland lifts Boil Water Advisory
The City of Cleveland has lifted the Boil Water Notice that was issued Wednesday for several locations south of Cleveland.
12:46AM ( 4 weeks ago )
Investigators charge Helen woman with shooting her neighbor
The White County Sheriff’s Office has released information about an argument that led to a woman being shot last Friday.
1:34PM ( 1 month ago )
White County man faces felony charges after fighting with deputies
White County Sheriff’s Office officials have released details of a recent incident where deputies had to fight an individual during a call to a domestic dispute near Cleveland.
10:41PM ( 1 month ago )
White County argument leads to murder charges
The White County Sheriff’s Office today released some details about a shooting death that occurred in the county on Aug. 15.
5:03PM ( 1 month ago )
Deal swears in White County’s Joy Parks as superior court judge
The Enotah Judicial Circuit has a new superior court judge and she is from White County.
10:20AM ( 2 months ago )
Yonah Preserve lake now open to area fishermen
The White County Board of Commissioners has voted to open the lake at Yonah Preserve, north of Cleveland, to anglers - at least for the next several weeks.
10:00AM ( 2 months ago )
West Hall principal named assistant superintendent in White County
The White County Board of Education has given its approval to hire a new assistant superintendent of schools, a job current Superintendent Laurie Burkett held prior to her promotion.
2:25PM ( 2 months ago )
UPDATED: Body found near trail to Raven Cliffs Falls identified
White County authorities are investigating the discovery of the man’s body just off the trail to Raven Cliffs Falls off Richard Russell Scenic Highway.
5:43PM ( 2 months ago )
Cleveland officials plan to move forward with refurb of historic school property
The city of Cleveland is ready to fast track a project that would revitalize the old Oak Springs School building in Cleveland
10:40AM ( 2 months ago )
Gov. Deal appoints Parks to Enotah judgeship
Gov. Nathan Deal Wednesday announced appointments to fill several judicial vacancies around the state, including Joy R. Parks to a judgeship in the Enotah Judicial Circuit.
11:04AM ( 3 months ago )