Legal Ads

We promised My Buckhannon would hit the new year running, and today we’re living up to our word. One of our most requested features is now live: LEGAL ADS!

Starting today, we will be publishing legal advertisements from both the county and the city. These will appear in their own section of the site: Just tap the arrow beside Sections in the menu, and then Legal Ads. They’ll also appear in your daily email.

(If you aren’t signed up to get our daily list of headlines, CLICK HERE and enter your name and email address.)

One important note: Governmental agencies are legally required to publish these notices as paid advertisements in certain publications — hence the name, legals. We, however, are publishing them for FREE. Let me be absolutely clear: Not one penny of taxpayer money is being expended to publish these on My Buckhannon.

HOWEVER, since we are posting these for free, they will only be available to our PREMIUM MEMBERS. This is just the first of several value-added features we plan to implement in 2019, so if you’re not a member already, join the hundreds of people who already have unlimited access to My Buckhannon.

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The first legal is posted right now, so check it out!

What feature should we add next? Be heard — CLICK HERE to reach out and let us know what you’d like to see on My Buckhannon. We’re here to serve you!

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