The BPD's newest officer, K-9 Erros, meets his new bosses, Buckhannon City Council members at Thursday's council meeting.

City council takes a ‘paws’ to meet K-9 Officer Erros

BUCKHANNON – He’s fast-on-his-feet, friendly and sports a brindle-colored coat. Where he differs vastly from his fellow police officers, however, is that the preferred snack of the Buckhannon Police Department’s newest addition isn’t exactly something that would normally please the […]

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