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2024

Update – June 27, 2024 – Meet your Benton County Fair & Rodeo Queen and read about the Pre-Application Meeting with Republic Services for Coffin Butte Landfill Conditional Use Permit.

June 2024 – Residents play a key role in Benton County wildfire evacuation drill, updates from the Benton County Sheriff’s Office, Benton County proclaims June as Pride Month, Children and Family Mental Health program relocates to expanded facility, and more.

Update – May 16, 2024 – May is Mental Health Month in Benton County, Search and Rescue Academy graduates a new class, the Drug Take Back event was a success, vote in the Primary Election May 21, Benton County Emergency Management Programs collaborate on wildfire evacuations, Benton County Victim Assistance Program commemorates National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, and more.

April 2024 – Looking to volunteer? Benton County Fair & Rodeo main stage line-up announced, and more.

Update – March 28, 2024 – Listen to Episode 9 of the Benton County Public Podcast, officials hear from Alsea residents at Government Corner, environmental stewardship is on display during Sustainability Coalition Fair & Townhall, and more.

Update – March 5, 2024 – Benton County embarks on groundbreaking Regional Sustainability Initiative, Linn-Benton ALERT upcoming TEST, and more.

Update – February 29, 2024 – Listen to the Benton County Public Podcast, Benton County commemorates Day of Remembrance of Japanese Americans incarcerated during WWII, Business Personal Property Returns are due March 15, and more.

February 2024 – Get information on Benton County’s new website, Benton County Commissioners commemorate Black History Month, and the call for public participation in advisory boards and committees.

Update – January 18, 2024 – Benton County urges preparedness during winter storm response, learn about the donation of the Hubert K. McBee Campground to Benton County, and more.

Update – January 9, 2024 – Get information on local road closures, learn about the new DUII law, sign up to donate blood, and more.

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