Jackson County and the Town of Sylva have officially declared Dec. 10 as Darrell Woodard Day of Service.
Establishing a park in the Savannah community of Jackson County will be more expensive than originally anticipated, with commissioners voting unanimously July 16 to add $150,000 to the existing $250,000 project budget.
If the details work out, Jackson County’s Savannah community could soon have a park to call its own.
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