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"7 ..... - o. ;.r f Views from i 5 5 5 : the By Senator Leonard.Anderson As members ofthe West Virginia Management (BRIM) and courts. 75th. Legislature prepare for the Under this legislation, hospitals final days of the 2002 Regular would be required to report to the Legislative Session, the activity Board of, Medicine within 60 days within the Capitol Domeintensifies. aRer the completion of a disciplinary On March 9, 2002 the Legislature procedure, and at the beginning and adjourns "sine die,  which in Latin conclusion 0fany resulting legal means%vithout theappointment of action. The bill removes language a day to appear or assemble again,, which allows physicians whose signifying the end of a legislative licenses are suspencled for six session. This statement which is months or less to continue to said by the Majority Leader right practice. before te gavel is struck to close the Senate Bill 431" exempts final day is deeply rooted in our individuals whoaever timber of less state's governmental history and is than $15,628 per year from the a reminder that the legislative' iieensure requiremente of timber process runs deep in tradition and operations. It also :amends t]e history, -- notification provisi0ns to require Even as the session ends, some that it be made at least three days legislation previously paseed by both of the beginning of the operatien"  the Senate and House awaits Senate Bill 453 creates the Rea approval and signature of the Estate License Act. The billprovides . : governor. While the Legislature is in -that real estate agents must first "" session, the governor has five days obtain a license before practicing to approve or veto a bill he/she and defines toe scopes of their rights receives. After the Legislature and responsibilities. The bill also adjourns, the governor has 15 days would continue the Real Estate to act on most bills, except for the Commission and lay out its duties '' budget bill and supplemental and privileges.  appropriations, which must be acted House Bill 4278 outlaws the upon by the governor within five operation or assembly of amusement days regardless of adjournment, park rides while intoxicated. It If the governor vetoes a bill, the provides for criminal penalties for a Legislature-can override the veto violation of the provision with a majority vote ofbothhouses. (misdemeanor, fine of $I,000.00 to The exceptions to this exist once $20,000.00, and confnement in a again with the budget bill and county or regional jail for 60 days to supplementals. A two-third vote one year), and provides civil from both bodies is needed to penalties and the revocation or override a governor's veto in these suspension0fpermits for the owner instances, of the affecd amusement park ride. Because efprint'mgdeedlines, the House Bill 4123 relates to the information I am providing in this education and training week's column will be as of Friday requirements for a regional long- morning, March 8th, For final term care ombudsman. This bill sets actions and. bill status after forth specific educational Saturday, March 9th., just log-on to requirements for a regional long-, the term care ombudsman and the Legislature's Official webs ire, which supervising _ long-term care will regularly update its informatio n ombudsman, The regional long-term as it becomes available. Also," a care ombudsman is currently summary of all bills passed by the required to have either a fouryear . , Legislature during the 2002 Regul dvgeinlsocial .-work,. keah or a in print format by the West Virginia experience in aging, health' care or Legislature Reference an d social service programs, community Information. Center in the weeks programs, or long-term- care issues; followingMarch 9th:You can contact or a bachelor's degree:in any field them at (304) 347-4836. Now, here s a listing and brief summary Of legislation passes this session, and also some measures which have been signed by the Governor. Senate Bill 97 creates a misdemeanor offense of harassment ..., ". and at least three years of experience in gerontology, social work, health or a related field. This- bill allows experience in gerontology, social work, health or a related field to be substituted for up to twoyears of college. Additiormlly, the bill sets forth requirements for the supervising ombudsman. These are a bachelor's degree in gerontology, computer to do the following: make social work, health or a related field, contact without disclosing identity and demonstrated experience in with intent to harass Another, aging, health care orsocial service person, to make contact repeatedly programs, community programs, or with the intent to harassanother long-tfin care issues. person and to threaten to Commit a Measures signed by the Governor_ crime against another person or and enacted into West Virginia Law: by computer. The bill will also make " " it unlawful for a person to use a v . r'_. y- .- " .... property. Provisions in the bill will ., also make it a crime for any person .. "'-" ', to knowingly permit any computer ' " *" under his or her control to be used to harass another person. Senate Bill 215 relates to the settlement ofclalms for damages off behalf of minor Children. TrOis bill would permit a parent or "next friend" to negotiate a settlement on behalf of a minor and would allow that net settlement proceeds of less than $25,000 be deposited into a regulated state bank. The bill would also allow a court to require the minor to testify or appear at the hearm" g on the petition or motion to - approve the proposed Settlement. Sena Bill 243 amends the Board of. Medicine's reporting -requirements for hospitals, managed care organizations, the :- Board of Risk and Insurance o- House Bill 4530 provides that a hearing will not be necessary to revoke the parole of a person found guilty of a new felony conviction. The bill states that whenever a parolee has violated the Conditions of his larolb by being eonvicd of a new felony offense, the hearings required by law are not necessary. The new conviction by. a court of law is proofing that the parolee has violated the conditions of parole. House Bill 4553 creates a new account by transferring money from the special revenue account that contains funds from the Veterans' Lottery Scratch-off game to fund bonds for the building of the Veterans' NursingHome. This new account is specifically established to pay for architectural fees and related costs upon certification of the costs to the Joint Committee on Government and FinanCe. Senate Bill 6i creates exceptions to prohibition On pecuniary interest in certain contracts. This legislation provides that employment under contract with a county agency or : mere pecunia/7 interest in a bank serving as orunder consideration to. sere as a depository for county funds is not a violationof the law if the affected person does not participate ixLthe deliberations or authorizes payments under a contract. Thebill:alsO)requiyesLa conviction before a person can .be removed, from ffieor haCe their-' certificafibn revoked'. : - i:- Senate B=ill- 14)4 authorizes : counties and ities to! enact ordinances that restrict the areas in which exotic etertainment Can operate; provides that any such - county ordinance will not affec any city that has a similar ordinanc e in effect; and, provides for judicia! reyiew of axiy business adversely affected by an enacted ordinance. Senate Bill 428 implemeiits the changes suggested by the Vetermns' Council's performance audit. It revises and changes the .role-of the council as-advisory rather than supervisory. It was recommended by the Committee on Governmerit Operations for lmssage during the 2002 Regular- Sessi0n. The Cobblestone Cafe LUNCH SPCIALS k IIIm'. k r.. g T,NItI' 11I, II,  I Ile Steak SIdWO I/Lt imm M,. Bi..: Seutlemm hnkey Sidadcb I/bacen & lack ciieese tt, lila,: "iitLackDml" " - - k IaI, .. rig Sahid & Bacen on Teast w/Lt Naye Tile. iI. 26; 1/4 IW44m IIlm Wllmm mlM &baked beIS Friday Night Seafood/Steak Night! .......... $000.95 Baked Filet Of Salmanw/00nan butter sauce .... $I0.900 Baked Imp00d da ............... $12.95 ...... 313 Tlflrd Ave.,, Hinmn,- Ph: 466-2024 O .iNto: Mon: ..Thur. i:! - 8 1 Fd. &sat. 1d . 9 As always; f-yo have any questions, concerns or comments, please feel free to con tactme at (304) 357-7959, or at:(304) 466,1824: 4-H All Stars seek AddreSses Mr. and Mrs. Rieky D, Isaac Jr.- .... -__, Farley ,.Isaac.- Tues. March 19, 2002 Hinton News - 5. served as ushers and as aisle , runners. The wedding bands were earried to the altar by the z:ingbearer, Zachary Meadows, friend of the bride and groom of Princeton. Best man was Ricky Isaac St., father of the groom of Bluewell. Groomsmen were James Kennett, friend of the groom of Montcalm, Jason Brooka, friend of the groom of Montcalm; Tony Hedge, friend of the groom of Bluefield, Steve LaRue, friend of the groom of Bluefield; Eugeue Penland, friend of the groom of.Montcalm, Dave Saunders, brot-her:ih-law of the groom of Princeton; and Troy Lawrence, friend of the groom of NC. Guest book and program aRendants were Jenny Bragg, friend of tld bride of Hinton; and Jennifer Keatley, friend of the bride of Forest Hill. Programs were designed byConcord Art major Audra Davis, friend of the bride of Beckley. As guests arrived, music was provided by pianist Jennifer Ellison. During the ceremony, vocalist Dean Meadows performed "You Had Me From Hello,"and "I Do (Cherish You?. Music for the processional and recessional were provided by organist June Elwell of Beckley. Wedding coordinator was Nancy Smithl, friend of the bride of Hinton. .L A reception was held following the ceremony at the National Guard' Armory in Hinton. The reception Was catered by Pare Coulbourne of Special Touches Cakes and Catering of Princeton. The wedding cake was fivelayers with four-tiers, adorned with a Cinderella castle cake topper completely ,made of icing and accented with pearls. The cake was -7 ' accented with real roses of pastel colors. Flowers and decorations at the wedding and reception site were The: Summers County 4-H All Norman and Jennifer Farley Jr. of StarsAssociation is looking for a few. Hinton and the granddaughter of of its members whohave lost contact Bethany Ellen Farley and Ricky with aburst of pearis and crystals. D. Isaac. Jr. were mar_ cl Aug. 11, Tb.e dramatic-framed full shirred 2001, at theFirst Baptist Church in- tulle Skirt featured matching Hinton with the Rev. Dave Roberts beading as on the bodice: The bride Officiating. - - - - wore a crystal tiara with a full The bride is the daug]it-er Of fingeRip Veil. The bride's hair was styled by Tonya Campbell of LaContessa Beauty Salon in " provided by Donna Pivont of Hinton Floral. Music for the reception was provided by Bill Jeffries of Hinton. Photographer was Tummy Mounts of Fast Photo in Lewisburg. -Videographer Was Mark Hughes of Hughes Production in Pipestem. The bride is a graduate of summers County High School and Alvin and Margare{; Willey arid Becldey. The bride carried a bouquet Concord College with a Bachelor of _ with the_grot p overl the_years., in Nor manand Barbara Farley Srall Yof white-roses with silver accents Science Degree in Elementary order to upda the dCabase ofthe Of Hinto'd; She is :the great- Created by Do/inn Pivont of Hinton Education. Association,._ thegr0up needs : granddaughter of Pauline Ball of Floral.- .... " The groom is a graduate of address information for the 7Hinton ..... u " - " : "Maid of' Honor was .= Lindsay Montcahn High School and attended followingmenibers 5 " 7 The=-6om istheson ofRicky eaton, friend0fthelrideofHint0n. : BiuefieldState College. He is Isabelle KnapiSBeaThe Faniiy- I-saa: S . :f:Bi:eell,i :.the late Bimmaids.wAnii&'OlC employed as a salesman for King'8 if of T!etk DaVis; William Basil P0x Patricia Sylvester of Bluewell, and.:.-fred of the bride: of  Mi;. Hopb; "Pire Inc. in Bluewell, ' i3urton McDoweli Harris; Audrey Elaine Isaac of linceton. He is the Sarah Ballengee, friend ofthebride Following a honeymoon cruise to Wyant Goodwin; Chris F. Gore; grandson of John and Jean Sylvester of Peterstown; Laura Rollyson, Haiti, Jamaica, The Grand Cayman EloiseJarrell;NancyJarrell; Oliver of Bluewell, the late Charlie af/d friend ofthebride of Hnton; Laura Islands, and Cozumel, Mexico, the JohnSon; Mary Led Hicks Lofland; Irene Isaac and Irene Wiley of Whitaker, cousin of the bride of couple reside in Princeton with their Mary Thompson Mann;.The Family Princeton. H.inton; Stacy Thomas, friend ofth e puppy Dul{e. Paid Announcement. of Volla G: Meadows; Milton E. .Giveninmarriagebyherparents bride of RichmOnd, VA.;---Traci " : Morgar; Verona Mullinsi Wiili-am a-nd escorted to the altar by her Saunders, sister of the-groom :of Okes; Vivian Parker; Bonnie A. father, the bride wore a floor length Princeton; and Kristi Saunders, Peck;and Ida Lee Viers. satin and tulle gownAn white _ friend of the bride ofRoanole, VA. If you have any contact designed by Mort Lee. The dresS-- Their gowns Were a r-ainbowof information on the ab0veAll--tars, features_ a camisole top held by pastel Colors designed by Bridal please contact Jim Gaal, President double beaded spaghetti straps. The Originals. at 304/466-4345. entire satin bodice was embellished Adorned with a halo offlovers the ........ flo#er girl was Miss christia I.Rue, We'd Like To Hear From You .. : - -.-. : ...... %- ..... - - . -- - . - . -. - about your club, church-group and civic organizations; births, engagements, weddings, academic honors; men and women in the armed services and all community activities. To be considered for publication, items should be timely, either typed (NOT in all caps) or printed legibly. Mail To: The Hinton News P 0 Box 1000 Hinton, WV 25951-1000 f WelCome to State Farm Bank" Put your money to work w a variety of Certificates f Deposit earning coml0ttve rates, And getthe GOod Neighbor service you deserve from your bank. To find out how you can Bank with a 0ood NWghbor e, call me, visit e / . or Call toll-flee 1-877-SF4-BANK. m..lmlm. STATE EAB-M BANK * HOME 0FFtCE: BLOOMINGTON. iLtlNOiS 3;- t' friend of the bride and groom of Blue field. The bride's brothers, Benji, Jon, and Nell Farley, erved as ushers. Eric Beggs friend of the groom of Hinton and on Tuesday, March 26th. . Concord, NC, and Curtis Taylor at 7 p.m. at First Methodist Church . friend of the groom 6fTazewell, VA., in Hinton. NO-T00 C-E- COMMUNITY CHOIR Summers County Community Choir, directed by Christine Wong will present He Shall Arise by Tom Fettke 0nFriday, March 22, 2002 at 7 p.m. at Lerena Methodist Church, Lerona, on Sunday, March 24th. at 3 p.m: at Central Baptist Church in She is still cute as a button and ...... rotten to the core but the clock just turned and she hit the big (4)0 that is. Love Always & Forever Hubby Family & Friends And All of Her Jungle of Animals II I I11 I III I :We s tVu'giniaUnivefsity CENTER ON AGING Community Health Connections Connecting rural eMersto services Volunteer Community Resource Advisor Thin volunteer position will act as a resource for health care information for older persons in their local community. He/she will bc available by tclephoncfor at least 10 hours per week, to provide infommtion and referrals forhealth care gervices located in the community, state, and nationally. The person should have a clear, speaking voice.and li willingness to help others. Other skills needed: ability to communicate with Iders by phonc and in person, public speaking to promote community awareness, ability to use resou'cc manual and to guide consumer to services, willingness to attend training and meetings with VCRA's from other communities, familiarity with the communuy and its resources, willingness to learn how to use the interact. For information contsct: Dr. Goins st the WVU Center on Aging, Toll free at 1-866-270-3801 Funded through a,grant by the Benedum Foundation