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: .. AGENDA 2 - Hinton News Tues. July 11, 2017 _ ................ • ..................... [ | Summers County Board of _ :_-~.-=m'=:~ =~"'" :, -='. ::-- n'--~'=:. -- ~ -. - -- m ~ [ ~ Education • More and More People are Reading our Newspaper I Meeting • : [ [ | July 11, 2017, 5".30 p.m. ~ ~ ~ , [ | Summers County Board of .-~~~~-'~k " !i | Education I i| 1 RollCa. i V'trginia Miners baseball team o the ~ ~ __ " " | our D~rgRlns. I roviding assistance for over 18 ~=.~~__. Prospect League and will take place on ...... p ..... '~"~' " ....... ~' ; '~"' ....~ ~' ' ....... ........... lrump 1weets vears andareaskln commumty ~, 1,1, , = ac Linaa ~. aspaing staalum m ,,,. " -~ ' ~ . : . " . ;.g ,. . ~ .: . R~bl~v WV _ ~ orgaiiizati ns and busmesseS as well | : Ma|p- Stree Care I -""7"~" "" ...... nee By Jake Zuckerman, Charleston Gazette-Mail ~ ~ as citizens for Indiie'ta~"'d0hdtlonsry I[ ~"~r..A' . .... • ..... s**... | for all active, retired or current .......... ................... 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Evan Jenkms, R-W.Va., who 18 also wouldn't hannen, but that s what threat of phys;cal violenceheld at the M; - -- - - =,,,~,~)c ~nv vf~ ana your orancn ozme sermce...,.,.,;.,,.~,,.. ~.~+~ ~;~ ~.^ ~^ ~_.+ , . .~" ...... . ___..__. : ..... uo+~,, oo;d Bruce t#~+h~iot Church basement, 109 ~ at at~.,~ ~,~.~-~ we mw~e everyone zo come ou~,~. . • . • " • da evenin be~ers ar~ ,~ ..... , ......... ........... respond to such requests, calhng ~ot to learn to work around ~t. he Brown, executive director of the Miller Ave. Every thurs yg" +~. ..... ~n,+ ..... ~ th will be a greaz .mgnzo~DaeeDau aria su.pp01~ them "distractions." said Reporters Committee for Freedom Weigh-in begins at 5:00 p,m. accepted from the same writer. our acuve ana veteran mmcary " .......... " , , " .... ~t-~ ~n~ ,This "" starts at 5 30-m t~anmmy, me mea of trying to He added it s Trump s right to of the Fress m a sm em~ ~. , meeting : P • Preference will be given to letters of personnel and their families. ~Don't forget to thank a veteran ~. Jim Holland Director of Marketing, Sales & Game Day Operations West VL,~inia Miners Baseball Beckley, WV Notice BINGO Bingo every Friday night at the Hinton Senior Citizens Building on Second Ave. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. starts at 6:00 p.m. CALL ACWP If you see a dog in a neglectful or abusive situation please ACWP. If you see a stray dog on the road, especially one that you've never seen before, please calIACWP. If you have a litter of puppies and would like them to be placed in homes that are pre-approved as responsible pet owners than please call ACWP. The number is easy to remember 855- WV4-PETS. DONATIONS OF BOOKS Ascension Episcopal Church" is in need of books for their Free Books For Kids program. We would appreciate any donation of books for children of all ages, from pre-school to high school. No text books please. We have served Summers County with this program since August of 1993, and have given over 20,000 books to children of all ages. All donations, would be greatly appreciated. Call Jeanne Duvall at 304-466- 3358 for info solicit reactions to the tweet of the day, which is all.consuming,.when you see it on TV, and see it in the press in general, my weighing in on those simply adds to the distraction from what I think is really most important and that is the policy work we're doing in congress, and the work coming out of this administration," he said. Though Jenkins, a Trump- supporter, said he does not necessarily agree with every comment the president has made, he said the media should be focusing more of its attention on policy-driven issues instead of the Trump's comments. He said issues like national security and health care deserve more attention than the recent media attacks. "What the president says is important, it gets noticed and gets pressed, but my point is the president speaks about many different things and there are things he speaks about through social media or from the podium that is very policy oriented," he said Jenkins is hardly the first politician to avoid . questions regarding Trump's words and actions. Belinda Biafore, chair of the state Democratic party, said the. four Republicans in West Virginia's congressional delegation have an established history of avoiding critical questioning. , "The great thing about the three congressmen I've seen is they sidestep every issue no matter what you ask them about, if you can even find them to ask them," she said. "I saw three different events speak his mind, and while he wishes the president might change up the subject matter or slow down with his Twitter use, such is unlikely. %Ve just weren't raised that that was acceptable behavior," he said. '~ro this day, I still don't believe it is acceptable behavior. But again, rye got to work, as you might think, around it, or do something. I'm not. going to condemn somebody, it's just not acceptable behavior in my eyes or how I was raised. '~[ou don't see me condemning or raising all kind of Cain, I just wish it wouldn't happen and I think it's something unbecoming of any of US ." A spokesman for Mooney said in a statement Trump's use of social media allows him to share his conservative message, that he did so on the campaign and it shouldn't surprise people to see him continue to do so. He did not respond to questioning about whether Mooney approves of the substance of the recent Tweets. Different press freedom associations, meanwhile, are weary of Trumps' rhetoric in light of escalating tension between politicians, the public at large and the media. Alexandra Ellerbeck, an Americas program researcher with the Committee to Protect Journalists, said lawmakers have always served as a check and balance on the executive branch, and it's troubling to see them evading questions about these attacks. "I think it's concerning that a representative would dismiss concerns about press freedoms so tweet is beneath the 0flic~df the First meeting is free. 300 words or less. Longer letters presidency. Sadly, it iS~o~beneath Comejoin us or cal1304-890-2112 may be shortened or rejected. .... : dr 304-466-3045. Letters must be signed and must the.president." , .- " include an address and phone In an almost metaphysical sense, AL-ANON number. The telephone number will Conrad Lucas, state Republican Are you troubled by someone's not be published. E-mail party chair, said the fact that news drinking? Al-Anon Family Group will not be accepted unless followed outlets are covering Trump's tweets can help. To help them, you have to up with a signed letter. Letters will be edited for grammar, are a sign of his ability to drive the help yourself first, spelling, taste, syntax, and libel. national conversation. While hisMeetings every Monday nights Names will not be withheld. policy-oriented tweets tend to not 7:00 p.m. behind the Child Advocacy Address them to Letters to. the pick up the traction his lashes do, Center at 411 Temple Street. For ' Editor, I). O. Box 1000, Hinton: WV. 2595~. Lucas said going after a critical more information call: 466-2760. , ..... , ..... . ......... --= news media can help his policy aims in a way. "He's done an effective job of discrediting those who oppose him in the media via Twitter, and that "Your Full-Service Service Station" is perhaps part of a larger policy 466-0133 goal," Lucas said. "If he's able "~ to discredit individuals and his natural detractors with under 140 characters, then it seems as if he's doing a good job of that." Lucas, who has said he's considering running for Jenkins' seat in the third district himself, said he realizes if he decides to run, For Pay At the Pump Gas &Diesel Fuel he's likely to need to publicly opine / . on Trump's words and actions. After ~'~'/ reviewing the Brzezinski tweet specifically, Lucas said Trump probably could have made his point ALL TIRES." e~KE SPECIAL: in fewer words. "I think he could have gotten his FREEMOUNT FRONT PADS ONLY point across without that comment," FREE BAL/INCE LIFE lIME WARRANIY • WEAREVER GOLD $69.95 he said. FREE TIRE VALVES WAGNER $79.95 • PSD MEETING chanic COMPffI'ER SCAN I. 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