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:nkins Full F unding Hig y Bi Billions of dollars for the FAST Act: Highways, bridges, and public transit II Rep. Evan Jenkins has fought the roads, so go the jobs," Rep. successfully through his work on the Jenkins said. House Appropriations Committee to The bill also provides key funding secure full funding for the FASTAct, and support for West Virginia the landmark five year highway bill priorities, including: that will reinvest in West Virginia's Language written by Rep. infrastructure. Jenkins directing the Federal Rep. Jenkins supported $45 Aviation Administration to update billion in highway spending for fiscal the Appropriations Committee on year 2018, meeting the level the repairs to Yeager Airport's included in the FAST Act. The Engineered Materials Arresting funding is included in the System, a critical safety feature for Transportation and Housing and the Charleston airport. Urban Development Appropriations $269 million for the Essential Air bill, which the committee passed on Service, which supports air carriers Monday night, serving small and rural "We have so many infrastructure communities. needs acress West Virginia, andthis $1.1 billion in funding for will provide important funding to Amtrak's national network to serve help us rebuild our roads, repair our long-distance routes such as the bridges, and construct new Cardinal line in West Virginia. highways. It will be up to the $9.7 billion for public transit governor and legislators in system grants to help local Charleston to decide how to communities build, maintain and prioritize this funding, and I will expand their bus and other transit continue to urge them to invest in systems. West Virginia's long promised It also includes $2.9 billion for projects like the King Coal Highway Community Development BlOck and Coalfields Expressway. I look Grants, which help to fund forward to seeing this money put to important housing, infrastructure good use across West Virginia to and antipoverty programs in West invest in our infrastructure - as go Virginia. PLANNING WORKSHOP NOTICE What: Strategic Riverfront Due to recent loss of Mr. Joe Enhancement Planning Workshop: Bigony the former treasurer of the Come help decide what Alderson's Hilltop Cemetery Restoration Riverfront could be! Project, the position has now been When: Tuesday, July 25th, 2017. filled by Jack Whitaker a former 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Where: Alderson Fayette County teacher. City Hall 202 Monroe St. Alderson, For all donations to the Hilltop WV 24910 RSVP: Cemetery, send to the Hilltop amwithrow@maii.wvu-edu Cemetery Company, 146 Cross St.,- Refreshments will be provided. Hinton WV. 25951. Flip Your Fridge And Save Energy (NAPS)--America, it's time to "Flip Your Fridge"! If your refrigerator is 15 years old or older, replacing it with a new ENERGY STAR" certified model can, save~ Y0~. n'~9~r~,~aJa $270..syeyLth~g4fJ;~v~ ~kar~s, andi ~duce your 'c~bsrt footprint. :~ According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, if all refrigerators 15 years old or older in the United States were replaced with new ENERGY STAR certified models, Americans would save more than $1 billion in annual energy costs and prevent greenhouse gas emis- sions equivalent to those from more than 1 million vehicles. There are an estimated 170 million refrigerators and refrigerator-freezers currently in use in the United States. More than 60 million are over 10 ),ears old, costing consumers $4.4 billion per year in energy. A new refrigerator that has earned the ENERGY STAR uses less energy than two 60-watt lightbulbs aod includes en- ergy-saving features that provide perfor- mance benefits, such as: Quieter, high-efficiency compressors that create less heat; Improved insulation in doors and ex- terior walls to help food stay cold and muffle noise; More precise temperature and defrost mechanisms that help the refrigerator operate more efficiently; Here's a cool idea: Get a new refrig- erator to help you save food, money and the planet. Innovative drawer designs and im- proved temperature controls to keep food fresher, longer. It's better for you and the environ- ment to replace your old refrigerator rather than hang on to it. Keeping a second refrigerator in your basement or garage could be costing you $110 every year! Make sure to properly recycle your old refrigerator to prevent the release of refrigerants and foams that contribute to climate change. Now is a great time for savings on a new refrigerator that has the "little blue label"[ Certain utilities even of- fer rebates you can apply to the cost of an ENERGY STAR certified refrigerator or toward properly recycling your old refrigerator. For information on rebates and other special manufacturer offers, visit www.energystar.gov/tlipyour fridge. Wednesday, Au0ust 23.10am Auction held at The South Branch Inn, 1500 US Highway 220 North, Moorefield WV 26836. Mtention: Farmers. Hunters & Investord Combine all or as many tracts as you want to buy.] L nsurance A less expensive way to help qet the dental care you deserve If you're over 50, you can qet coveraqe for about $1 a day* Keep your own dentist! 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So come out and have a good evening listening to gospel singing. There will be signs placed out to show you how to get there. I "1111 I " OWN THE PROSEClr ' RENT THE TOOL 9692 Seneca Trail South Fairlea WV 24902 (304) 645-7326 Oregon and New Jersey are the only states without self-serve gas stations. FOR RENT: One Bedroom, Section 8 apts. for the Elderly, Handicapped or Disabled. All utilities included. On site laundry facilities. Office hours M-F, 8-4. Hinton House Apts. 304-466-5299 Slurry Pavers, inc. has immediate opening for Class A & B CDL Drivers All positions offer great starting pay and excellent benefits including health, dental, life, and 401 (k). Applications are available at www.slurrypavers.tom and can be faxed to 804-716-7890 or mailed to Slurry Pavers, Inc. 3617 Nine Mile Road Richmond, VA 23223. Call 1-800-449-3662 for more information. Weekly travel required. Slurry Pavers, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer EEOI M/F/Disabled/Vet Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace. Behind every success is a story Beth Dietz Scott Elliot Jami Fisher French Club, Prosthesis Spanish Club, Soccer Student Council, Dyslexia Don't let your invisible disability define your next chapter. Tues. July 25, 2017 Hinton News - 11 I I DISH TV 190 CHANNELS plus Highspeed Internet Only $49.94/mo! Ask about a 3 year price guarantee & get Nefflix included for 1 year! Call Today 1-800-261-7884 HN Feb. 23-TFN Stop Overpaying for your prescriptions! Save up to 93%! Call our licensed Canadian and International pharmacy service to compare prices and get $15.00 off your first prescription and FREE Shipping.l-800-912-5083. May 17-TFN Attention: Viagra and Cialis Users! A cheaper alternative to high drugstore prices! 50 Pill Special- $99 FREE Shipping! 100 Percent Guaranteed. CALL NOW: 1-800- 939-8334. May 17-TFN Hands on the River Massage, Geraldine Gardner, LMT, 3422 Pennsylvania Ave., Charleston, WV. Call (304) 541-9139 for an appointment, HN Oct. ll-TFN LOOKING TO REACH individuals interested in purchsaing Life Alert device for themselves or their loved ones. 800-613-0849. HN Feb.28-TFN GOT KNEE PAIN? Back Pain? Shoulder Pain? Got a pain-:elieving brace- little to NO cost to you. Medicare Patients Call Health Hotline Now! 1-800-758-1595. HN Feb. 28-TFN LOST A pet? Need Help with spay/ neuter? Call ACWP 855-WV4-Pets (984-7387) or Message us on Facebook. HN April 4 - TFN FARM EQUIPMENT: Our Sportsmen Will Pay Top $$$ To hunt your land. Call for a Free Base Camp Leasing info package & Quote. 1-86"6-3o9-15o7' ,r www.BaseCampLeasing.com ': HN Jane I3-TFN " ' SAWMILLS from only $4,397.00 - Make & SAVE MONEY with your own bandsaw - Cut lumber and dimension. In stock ready ti ship! FREE infor/DVD: www.NorwoedSawmills.com. 1-800- 578-1363 Ext. 300N HN July 5-TFN LOT FOR Sale: Chestnut Knob Subdivision Call David Honaker, 304-660-7431. HN July 25, Aug. 1, 7 IVACATION RENTALSI FAMILY VACATIONS; BEACH ACTIVITIES! Pawleys Island & Litchfield. Historic homes and gardens. Creeekfront boardwalks, tours and boat rides. Golf, shops, restaurants abound! pawleysvacationrentals.com "Relax" 800-476-5651 HN June 27-TFN HELPWANTED SUMMERS COUNTY Council on Aging is accepting applications for in-home workers to provide services for the elderly & disabled in Summers County. Fill-in (on 'call) positions also available. Paid holidays and shiR differential pay. Must be'dependable & have own transportation. Call Linda at 304- 466-4019 for more information and to schedule for application. Preference age 60+ EOE. HN July 18, 25 THE SUMMERS County Public Library seeks a part time position as an Adult Education Transitions Navigator (pest secondary education advisor) for our Adult Education Program, The successful candidate must be a strong communicator with proven leadership skills and a strong work ethic, and must excel in areas of personnel management, technology, financial management, grant writing, and policy development. Job duties include: Work in conjunction with the coordinator to assist students with the process of enrolhng m and attending post secondary institution or vocational school, including: helping with financial aid (FAFSA), assisting students in identifyir~g career pathways and their corresponding educational requirements, arranging tours of area post secondary institutions and introductions to campus staff and resources, determining whether additional academic preparation is necessary and identifying or providing resource to meet these needs, Continue to mentor students throughout the process, ' including after enrollment. Als0 the Transitions Navigator will m~ntain a job shadowing employ.er participation data base, coordinate the annual Summers County Career and Resources Fair and be familiar with the business community in the County. Additionally it is recommended the applicant is prepared to substitute or undergo training in order to substitute for the coordinator. Substituting for the coordinator will involve interviewing, assessing, and enrolling students. The Transitions Navigator will work in an empathetic and encouraging manner with students to identify needs, develop educational plans, match student with tutors, programs, and]or resources to help them meet their goals. Develophlg lesson planl~ Prom, p~!~g the program andthe importance of adult education in the community by using media, presentations to community agencies, and wqrd of mouth. Develop and maintain contacts with appropriate government and community agencies. Conduct oversight for teaching activities. Provide. training to tutors. Meet state professional development requirements. Conduct one on one tutoring sessions and deliver instruction to small groups. Other duties as necessary to effectively deliver high quality adult education services to the residents of Summers County. The minimum education requirement for this position is a Bachelor of Arts degree. Candidates with backgrounds in Education, Science, Math, or Language Arts are preferred as are candidates with relevant teaching experience. The salary $18 per hour for 14 hours per week dependent upon experience To apply send a resume and three professional references to Summers County Public Library, 201 Temple Street, Hinton, WV 25951 or to austin.persinger@wvic.lib.wv.us Applications will be accepted through August 2, 2017. Position will begin August 31, 2017. I-IN July 25, Aug. 1 Summers County Council on Aging is accepting applications for a part- time as needed driver to transport disabled and elderly clients to out of town doctor appointments. Experience required. Must be dependable, pass background check, drug test and have clean driving record. Applications can be picked up at 120 2nd Ave from 8 - 4 and must be submitted by July 31, 2017. Preference given to age 60+ EOE. HN JULY 18-25 /