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FOUR ARRESTED IN METH BUSTS, ONE A FUGITIVE
  In a coordinated effort with U.S. Marshals and the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office, Perry County deputies made a huge methamphetamine bust.
  The May 17, 2016 busts—which took place simultaneously at two different locations just before 8:00 p.m.—resulted in the arrests of four individuals on a wide variety of charges.
  Sheriff Nick Weems told the Review, “In an effort to expand our reach and get more drugs off the street, the PCSO has reached out to many local sheriffs’ departments to gather and share intel. Our joint efforts paid off in a huge way when two major cases were solved in one night. 
  For photos and information about this bust and the individual arrested, be sure and pick up a copy of this week's edition of the Buffalo River Review.

MUSIC ON MAIN STREET SEASON SEVEN
  Perry County’s free Summer Saturday night concert series, Music On Main Street, returns for a seventh season.
  The kick-off—and a special Memorial Day observance—is this Saturday, May 28, on the courthouse square in Linden.
  Read more about this weekend's event in this week's edition of the Buffalo River Review.

FORUM: SHERIFF CANDIDATES
  A public forum with candidates running for Perry County Sheriff has been set for Thursday, June 23, 2016, 6:00 p.m., in the courtroom of the Perry County Courthouse.
  The event will be hosted by the Perry County Tea Party and sponsored by WOPC-101.3 and the Buffalo River Review.
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HICKERSON IS CANDIDATE FOR PERRY COUNTY SHERIFF
HICKERSON IS CANDIDATE FOR PERRY COUNTY SHERIFF
  Chris Hickerson announced this week that he is seeking election as Perry County Sheriff in the August 4, 2016 general election. He released the following statement to voters:
  “I, Chris Hickerson, am seeking the position for the Sheriff of Perry County in the upcoming election.
  “I have been a resident of Perry County for 48 years. I have worked in law enforcement for 14 years under the supervision of several former sheriffs, including Jerry Blakemore, David Ramey, Roy Rogers, and Tommy Hickerson. 
  To read Hickerson's full announcement, be sure and pick up a copy of this week's edition of the Buffalo River Review.

 
Sports
 
VIKING PRIDE & POWDER 5K
  The Perry County Football Booster Club is hosting a Vikings Pride & Powder 5K Color Run this Saturday, April 30, 8:00 a.m., at Veterans Park in Linden. To register or for more information, contact James Duncan, 931-628-0398.

 
 

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