Items of Interest

Leadership Granville Learns About County Government

This year’s Leadership Granville class learned a little more about Granville County Government by visiting the landfill, the Granville County Animal Shelter, and participating in round table discussions with department heads yesterday afternoon.


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Joe Toler-Oak Hill Elementary Students Visit Animal Shelter

Here are some shots from today’s community service visit from students at Joe Toller-Oak Hill Elementary School. Thanks to all the students for their help today with the dogs and cats! Click on photos to enlarge. 


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Downtown Trick-or-Treating

Downtown Oxford Trick-or-Treating takes place October 31st from 3pm-5pm.  Local merchants open their doors to children ages 12 and under with Halloween goodies.  CLICK HERE, for more information on downtown Oxford events.  

Also, the Children & Adult Services department of the Granville DSS will be giving out candy to the public on October 31st from 3 pm to 5 pm.  The office is located on 410 W Spring Street in Oxford.  Please enter at the Staff Enterance.

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Granville Soil and Water District offers technical assistance and cost-sharing

The Granville Soil and Water District offers technical assistance and cost-sharing for applying Best Management Practices. Wayne Overton, from the Huntsboro Community, applied for cost-share through the North Carolina Agriculture Cost Share Program to plant orchard grass on highly erodible cropland. This program cost-shares up to 75% on many practices and offers incentive payments on others to reduce erosion and the transport of nutrients to our waterways. A retired farmer, Overton is planning to cut the orchard grass for hay. He also rented the District’s no-till planter, available to anyone in the county, for a cost of $10 per acre. For more information on cost-share or the no-till drill contact Warren Daniel at 919-693-4603 or



Crime Stoppers Banquet

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