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Help make that beautiful day happen by joining us for the world's largest fundraiser to fight" the disease. Reg;ster today alzorg/walk How To NEWS ARTICLES General Information and Writing Tips The newspaper welcomes news submissions concerning club activities, sports, birthday announcements and anniversaries, engagements and weddings, academic honors, church activities and all community activities. Everything submitted is subject to editing and all news articles run without charge and run on a "space available" basis. Either type or legibly print your article, using upper and lowercase letters (NOT all caps). If possible, double-space between lines to allow room for copy editing marks. The basic elements of a news article are: Who, What, When, Where and Why. Make sure your story includes all five W's. Write your news article in the third person (he, they, their), not the first person (I, we, our). Double-check the spelling ofnames and places mentioned in your story, and make sure the date(s) of your event matches the day(s). Always include the name and daytime telephone number of a contact person in case there are questions about the news item. E-Mailed Articles The best way to send an article via the Internet is to include the text of the article in the body of the e-mail and not as an attachment. Text in Word format is acceptable, but the newspaper cannot accept Wordpad, WordPerfect or Publisher files. To be safe, cut and paste into the e-mail. Do not send text as a jpg or any other type of graphic file. An accompanying picture should be sent as a high-resolution jpg. See "How To Get Into Print - Photographs" for more information on submitting photographs. The Hinton News P 0 Drawer 1000 Hinton, WV 25951-1000 hintonlOOO@aol.com Get Connected With Next-Gen By Carol Meyers, Au.D. (NAPS)--You may have heard about wireless hearing aids but aren't sure what they can do for you or someone you love who'd like to hear better In fact, there are many advantages to being able to stream audio directly into your hearing aids, as "John~ discovered. He had been frustrated with his old hearing aids. He still struggled to hear phone callers clearly, and when eat- ing out in noisy restaurants with large groups of friends, he often found it hard to keep up with conversations. He also wanted a hearing aid that offered great hearing and direct audio streaming without being tethered by a wire or hav- ing to use an intermediary device. His hearing care professional, "Linda:' suggested hearing aids made for iPhone with Bluetooth connectivity. They con- nect the wearer's ears to each other, to an iPhone and to a hearing care professional. She showed him how to install two user-friendly apps. The first would serve as a sophisticated remote control that could also build a personal profile of John's hearing over time, similar to a fitness tracker, so he could see when he was being exposed to noisy environ- ments that could further damage his hearing. The other app was even smarter. Lin- da explained, "With this app, I can help you get osed to your new hearing aids faster than ever. You'll receive structured listening lessons that you can follow at your own pace. You can send daily feed- back on your experience with the hearing aids. And we can communicate through its chat function to address any issues on the spot, so you don't have to see me in person for help with minor issues" John especially liked having easy user guides available via the app to ad- dress small issues without needing to make a follow-up appointment. One time, when meeting an old school friend at his favorite restaurant, John felt that needs of individuals. Hearing Aids A new device can help people hear better both while conversing with a friend and running along busy, noisy streets. he couldn't hear as well as he had ex- pected. He quickly messaged Linda via the app. She was able to look at his hearing aid settings and remind him to adjust the volume, so he could enjoy the rest of his evening. John also opted to try out a televi- sion audio streamer compatible with his new hearing aids. Once it was hooked up to his television, he could stream Dolby Digital TV audio directly into his hearing aids without needing to wear an accessory. However, what impressed John the most about his new hearing aids was be- ing able to hear his surroundings better when he was out for his morning run. Even when talking to a running partner, he remained fully aware of traffic sounds. Learn More For further facts on hearing better, . go to www.signiausa.com D~ Meyers is an Educational Spe- cialist for Signia. She is responsible for the training and education of hearing care professionals and for planning and exe- cuting online courses, including The Ex- pert Series for hearing care professionals. D~ Meyers dedicated more than 25 years to clinical practice, during which time she attained a comprehensive understanding of diagnostics, hearing aid technology, and hdw to address the communication OWN THE PROJECT RENT THE TOOL 9( 92 Seneca Trail South Fairlea WV 24902 (304) 645-7326 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 If you've quit reading due to MACULAR DEGENERATI0:N Special low vision glasses ......... may help you enjoy reading again Call for a FREE phone consultation with Dr. Armstrong, Optometrist Offices in." 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