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N can "rues. July 11, 2017 Hinton News -3 ead US KATHLEEN J, ADKINS Kathleen June Adkins, died Tuesday, July 4, 2017, at Summers County Allegheny Regional Hospital, after a long illness. Born at Elgood, WV, on February 17, 1933, she was the daughter of the late, William D. and Effie McBride Bridges. She was a born again Christian and had iived most of her life in Summers County. She was a housewife and loved quilting. Survivors include six children, two brothers, and five sisters. Numerous grandchildren, and great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews also survive. Private graveside services were held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 7, 2017, at Upland Cemetery. Online condolences atwww.pivontfuneral home.corn Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. THEMED VBS The War Ridge Free Will Baptist ;: Church will be holding Vacation :,.Bible School from Monday, July 17th ~,~ to Friday, July 21St from 6-8 pm _:i with a final program on Saturday, July 22nd at 4 p.m. with a picnic to "" follow. Our theme this year will be fi North Korea said on Wednesday bans on the North Korean airline "It'sdiscouragingthattheChinese itsnewlydevelopedintercontinental and guest workers, and measures (and Russians) are still calling for ballistic missile (ICBM) can carry a against Chinese banks and other 'restraint by all sides', despite the large nuclear warhead, triggering a firms doing business with the fact that their client state, North call by Washington for global action North. Korea, has cast aside all restraint to hold it accountable for pursuing A 2015 U.N. document estimated and is sprinting for the finish line nuclear weapons, that more than 50,000 North in demonstrating a nuclear-armed A spokeswoman for the U.S. Korean workers were overseas ICBM capability," said Daniel Defense Department said it had earning currencies for the regime, Russel, formerly Washington's top concluded that North Korea test- with the vast majority in China East Asia diplomat, now a diplomat launched an ICBM on Tuesday', and Russia. in residence at the Asia Sociuty which some experts now believe North Korea appeared to have Policy Institute. had the range to reach the U.S. used a Chinese truck, originally LONG-RANGE MISSILE state of Alaska as well as .parts of sold for hauling timber, but later The North's state media said the the mainlandUnitedStates, converted for military use, tomissile, Hwasong-14, flew 933 km " U.S. Secretary of State Rex transport and erect the missile on (580 miles), reaching an altitude Tillerson said the test, on the eve of Tuesday. of 2,802 km (1,741 miles) in its 39 the U.S. Independence Day holida~ Trump has indicated he is minutes of flight. represented"anew escalation of the running out of patience with Some analysts said the flight threat" to the United States and its Beijing's efforts to rein in North details suggested the new missile allies, and vowed to take stronger Korea. His administration has said had a range of more than 8,000 measures, all options are on the table, military . km (4,970 miles), which would North Korean leader Kim included, but suggested those would put significant parts of the U.S. Jong Un said the test completed be a last resort and that sanctions mainland in range, a major advance his country's strategic weapons and diplomatic pressure were its in the North's program. capability that includes atomic and preferred course. The launch was both earlier and hydrogen bombs and ICBMs, the Trump is due to meet Chinese "far more successful thanexpected", state KCNA news agency said. President Xi Jinping and Russian said U.S.-based missile expert Pyongyang would not negotiate Presideiat Vladimir Putin during John Schilling, a contributor to the f ~Over The Moat Drawbridge To The with the United States to give up the G20 meeting in Germany this Washington-based North Korea .... King~ and is available free of charge those weapons until Washington week. monitoring project, 38 North. for ages 4 to adult, abandons its hostile policy against Russia and China joined It would now probably only ~ Our program will consist o the North, KCNA quoted Kim asdiplomatic forces on Tuesday and be a year or two before a North ): singing, Bible study, puppets, crafts, saying, called for North Korea to suspend Korean ICBM achieved "minimal ~ games, and a snack. Advance "He, with a broad smile on its ballistic missile program in Operational capability," he added. registration is required. For his face, told officials, scientists return for a moratorium on large- Experts say a reliable nuclear- additional informationortoregister and technicians that the U.S.scale military exercises by the tipped ICBMwouldrequireasmall call Bonnie Galford at (304) 466- would be displeased ... as it was United States and South Korea. warhead to fit a long-range missile, 4283 or Amy Bender at (304)466- given a 'package of gifts' on its In Beijing,' Chinese Foreign technology to protect against , 0291' 'Independence Day'," KCNAsaid. Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang intense heat as it re-enters the -,rA ~ A~fta~ RIBLE SCHOOL Kim ordered them to "frequently said the joint statement showed the atmosphere, separate the warhead .................. send hig and small gift packages to international community wantedand guide it to its target. - ............... vacauon ~mle ~cnool wm ee nela " me" .......... xanxees, i~ auueu, dialogue and. not antagonistic South Korean President Moon amy Iu-la rime o'uu-o:uu p.m. a~,~ :' " ~ " "~ " .... h tne launch came days before voices, as he also urged North Jae-in, who ordered Wednesday s fence ~prmgs tgommuni~y tgnurc . ~ .. .. ~ . ..^ ........ ! maaers Lrom me ~roup oi zv Korea not to violate U.N. Security drill, said, "The situaticn was no :~ em Ages welcome ...... ........ natlons are due to discuss steps Council resolutions, longer sufficient to respond to the ;:~ - rneme: uver me moat ..... , ~: .......... to rem m North Korea s weapons "We hope relevant counties can North's provocation by making (drawvnage ~o me r~mg) " program, which it has pursued in maintain calm and restraint, and statements: according to his office. BOARD MEETING defiance of United Nations Security not take steps that might worsen Tuesday s test poses fresh !' The Southern Conservation Council sanctions, tensions on the peninsula,' Geng challenges for Moon, who took office ~ District Monthly Board meeting will The test successfully verified told a daily briefing, in May with a pledge to engage the !~be held July 31, 2017 at thei the technical requirements of the The U.S. and SoUth Korean North in dialogue while keeping up . ~ Southern Conservation District newly developed ICBM in stage militaries conducted a ballistic pressure and sanctions to impede ~ Building, 463 Ragland . Road,. separation, the atmospheric re- missile test early on Wednesday in its weapons programs. BeckleyWV.TheMeetingwillbegm , entry of the warhead and the a show of force on the east coast of His defense minister, Han Min- ~! promptly at 9:45 a.m. late-stage control of the warhead, the Korean peninsula. The South koo, told parliament on Wednesday i The agenda will be posted at the KCNA said. said the drill aimed to showcase there was a high possibility of a ~: SCD office. For any questions Tillerson warned that any the ability to strike at the North's sixth nuclear test by the North, but concerning the above mentionedcountry that hosts North Korean leadership if necessary. ~ there were no specific indications. ~':~i mee~pleasecal1304-253-026L :workers, provides economic or ~ ~* :-" ~ ; ~ ~ :' ~. __..~ ~n. ~~=~ ':' ~tary aidto Pyongyan~ 0r Tails " "~ / F,I I~H"IlI" to implement U.N: Sanctions "is blil,llUl[l|ll| aiding and ab tting a dangereus Eml[flTlflll regime". "All nations should publicly " --'----- ......... demonstrate to North Korea that New Teachers'Helper there are consequences to their (NAPS)---San Francisco's June Jordan School for Equity (JJSE) is a cutting-edge national model referred to by leading scholar Linda Darling-Hammond as having %eaten the odds in supporting the success of low-income students: Now, schools throughout California and elsewhere may be able to have sim- ilar success, with help from a new book. It's by Shane Saiir, one of JJSE's founding principals, who has provided coaching, facilitation and professional develop- ment for hundreds of leaders in schools, school districts and educational organi- zations across the country. SIIANE SAFIR THE LISTENING LEADER An insightful new book can help schools beat the odds to create bet- ter outcomes and opportunities for every scholar. The book, "The Listening Leader: Cre- ating the Conditions for Equitable School Transformation" (Wiley), is designed to help educators close the opportunity gap for marginalized children. Ifs done, says Safw, by listening. "The top-down management style that domi- nates our school systems creates an empty leadership model that focuses on compli- ance rather than listening:' she explains. When leaders listen: ! i Students are mre engaged because they know their realities matter. = Teachers stay on the job longer because working conditions are humanized. Families feel they're part of their chil- dren's learning. In the book, Safir blends story, the- ory and practice to show how listening ! can transform school leadership. The tools and concepts are offered in engag- ing stories drawn from her 20-plus years of experience in education. Learn More i For further information or to order the book, go to ww.,.wiley.com/WfleyCDA/ Section/id-WILEY2_SEARCH RESULT. ~ html?query=listening%201eader. pursuit of nuclear weapons," Tillerson said in a statement U.S. President Donald Trump has been urging China, North Korea's main trading partner and only big ally, to press Pyongyang to give up its nuclear program. The U.N. Security Council, currently chaired by China, will hold an emergency meeting on the matter at 3 p.m. EDT (1900 GMT) on Wednesday, following a request by the United States, Japan and South Korea. Diplomats say Beijing has not been fully enforcing existing international sanctions on its neighbor, and has resisted tougher measures, such as an oil embargo, -~ .. FARMERS IVIARK]gr The Summers County Farmers , Market is now open. Market hours are Friday starting at 8 a.m. until noon or until the farmers sell out. The Market is located in the Lifeline Church Parking Lot, 505 Stokes Dr. Hinton. Please visit Summers County Farmers Market on facebook to learn more or contact the Summers County Extension Office, 304-466-7113. BE AN LPN IN ONE YEAR Summers County School of Practical Nursing . 304-466-6040 Ext. 305 or visitthe Summers County website at http:// hoe. s umme r s .k12. w v. u s/ Applications are now being accepted for a July 13, 2017 testing date. Discrimination prohibited on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, disability, age, and national origin. Addiction Screenings Narconon can hdp you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals. 1-800- 431-1754. VETERANS MUSEUM HOURS The museum will be open each Saturday from 12 noon to 4:00 p.m. Historical Displays range from our Early frontier days, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War I, World Way II, Korea, Viet Nam and to the Present Mideast. Tour guides are present. Admission is free. LICENSED SERVICE FRE Dixie Melody Bo Appeartng in Peter 'town Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee, Ed O' Neal and The Dixie Melody Boys are coming to Peterstown Missionary. Baptist Church for an evening of gospel quartet music. The date is Friday, July 21, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Under the leadership of O' Neal for more than fifty years, The Dixie Melody Boys have remained steadfast in their music and ministry. Several careers in gospel music have been launched through their training with this quartet.There is no admission charge for this concert; a love offering will be received. Everyone is invited to a free picnic following the concert. The church is located on U. S. Route 219 in Peterstown, West Virginia. For more information please call 304- 920-0661 or visit www.gospelmusicconcerts.com A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it. --John Steinbeck ..:~ ~;i~.. e local scouts were photographed recently at a ceremony held in Hinton. 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