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Tues. Sept. 26, 2017 Hinton News - 5 [ Senators Shelley Moore Capito Justice. This funding will enable us Notification Act (SORNA) portion of (R-W.Va.) and Joe Manchin (D- to continue to protect our children the Adam Walsh Act. W.Va.) today announced a total of and loved ones from sexual assault $459,956 - West Virginia State $649,459 in federal funding from the and other forms of violent crime, by Police: These funds will help support U.S.DepartmentofJustice(DOJ)to ensuring that the We~t ~':,ginia West Virginia law enforcement help support various law State Police has the resu~ ,s to ~gencies investigating technology enforcement efforts in West Virginia. conduct proactive and reactive~cilitated child sexual exploitation "The brave men and women investigations. By empowering West ~rough the National Internet serving in our state's law Virginia University researchers to ,~rimes Against Children (ICAC) enforcement agencies work study the way the human body Task Force Program. incredibly hard to keep West processes synthetic cannabinoids, $50,000 West Virginia Virginians safe and bring criminals we will gain a better understanding University: These resources will to justice, and it's important we do of the health effects and potential help conservation law enforcement what we can to ensure they have the dangers of these products, which are solve wildlife crimes and create a resources they need," Senator ripe for abuse. By strengthening our deterrent for future violations, Capito said. "This funding will help existing wildlife laws, we will specifically in the poaching of white- support those working to protect preserve and cherish the natural tailed deer. children from harm and beauty of this state for the next $47,916 West Virginia exploitation, as well as efforts to generation of West Virginians and University: This funding will help solve and prevent crimes. It will also our visitors," Senator Manchin said. evaluate the toxicity of confirmed help fund important research that Individual awards listed below: pyrolytic products produced frQm can improve future law enforcement $91,587 - West Virginia Division the smoking process of selected efforts and make it easier for lawof Justice and Community Services: representative synthetic enforcement to continue providing The state will use these funds to cannabinoids--research that could these critical public services." provide the West Virginia State help forensic toxicologists assess "I'm pleased to see this Police with personnel, training, intoxication, assist in death investment in West Virginia's public equipment and supplies that will investigations, and public health health, safety, and its natural enhance implementation of the Sex and safety. wildlife from the Department of Offender Registration and Demonstration Features Rev. the Congress, where they urged Lennox Yearwood and Speakers members of the House and Senate From Communities Nationwide to reject any legislation that Threatened by Pipelines. Activists, increases U.S. reliance on fossil fuels homeowners, and farmers from and ex~)ands natural gas pipelines, communities nationwide threatened including S.1460 (The Energy and by pipelines and natural gas Natural Resources Act), and to infrastructure protested the Federal support legislation that promotes a Energy RegulatOry Commission's rapid transition to a clean energy (FERC's) plans to carry out economy, includingH.R. 3671(Rep. President Trump's dirty energy Gabbard's 'OFF ACT') or the Senate agenda. The "STOP Trump's Dirty '100 by 50' Act. Speakers called out Energy Agenda, The Change Starts FERC's failure to regulate the fossil Here" protest took place as FERC fuel industry, protect communities, held its first monthly meeting since and address climate change. its quorum was restored after eight Recently, activists have scored months. Protesters greeted the several victories, including FERC commissioners outside regulatory and judicial victories from 8:30-9:30 a.m. with the againstthe Atlantic Coast, message that the agency's rubber Constitution, Valley Lateral, and stamping of fracked gas pipelines Southeast Markets pipelines. and infrastructure must end. Protesters are calling for a Activists then took their concerns moratorium on any new pipeline into FERC's openpublic meeting at approvals until Congressional 10:00 a.m. hearings into FERC's abuses take The protesters- representing over place. 100 local and national groupsSpeakers for the protest included: (including OVEC, the Ohio Valley Rev. LennoxYearwood Jr President Environmental Coalition) - then and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus; took their anti pipelines message to Maya van Rossum - the Delaware Addiction Screenings N O t i Narconon can help you take steps COMMUNITY MARKET to overcome addiction in your family. The Alderson Community Market Call today for free screenings or is now being hosted in the grass referrals. 1-800-431-1754. between the Visitor's Center and Wolf Creek Gallery, between the NOTICE hours of 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. have not Do you have a diagnosis of breast changed. Entering the Fall season cancer or know someone who does? has brought a variety of new produce Do you need a mammogram and to the market place. The week's cannot afford one? Do you live in tasting features fried green Summers County? If the answer is tomatoes with carmelized garlic, yes Walk for Her Lifetime can help. peppers, and onions. Music and We are an organization that offers children activities wil begin at noon. mammograms and financial aid to, ~ :~ ~:~ ~ ~ : ~ :~; those who have a diagnosis of breast NOTICE cancer. SUMMERS COUNTY ARH It doesn't matter if you have Auxiliary Gift Shop now has RADA insurance or not because we cover PRODUCTS for sale. Hours are: items most insurance does not. For Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sun. more information call 304-288-9189 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. or 304-575-7026. Riverkeeper, leader of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network; Anneke Walsh - a frontline activist fighting the Millennium Pipeline; Alice Orrichio and Susan Meecham - frontline activists fighting the Penneast Pipeline; Karen Feridun-- Berks Gas Truth, a grassroots citizens' group fighting to b:'ing an end to unconventional natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania and fighting the DTE pipeline; Normandy Blackman - a landowner opposing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in North Carolina; Malinda Clatterbuck - from Lancaster Against Pipelines, a group fighting the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline in Pennsylvania; Deborah Kushner - a font line activist opposing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia; Maggie Henry - from Beyond Extreme Energy, an activist network of organizations and individuals fighting dirty energy extraction; Todd Larsen - from-Green America, a national organization that promotes a green economy. Early/Absentee Voting Information Early voting will be conducted in the County Clerk-s Office at the Courthouse during regular business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m: beginning Friday, September 22, 2017 until Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Saturday, September 23rd and Saturday' September 30~h the hour~, will be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m The last day to vote an early ballot will be Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Any registered voter can vote during this Early Voting period. It you have any questions, call Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk at 304~i 466-7104. : : :, Applications for mail in AbsenCe Voting will be accepted only until October 2, 2017 and must be in the County Clerk's office on this date. An application must be filed with the County Clerk and then the Absentee ballot will be sent to the applicant who meets the requirements. CRAWFORDS AUCTION CO. Personal Property Sale Relocation of Novella Cook SATU R DAY September 30, i0:00 a.m. 1967 Little Wolf Creek Rd Hinton WV 25951 John Hendrick, President of the Ballengee Farm Club and Neighborhood Association presenting a check for $1000 to Fire Chief Bill Costomiris and Jim Wiseman, President of the Board of Trustees, for the Talcott Fire Department. The Fire Department has been certified and has made their first fire , call, In response to the Fire Departments need to pay off the monies borrowed to bring the building and equipment up to date, the Farm Club hopes this will inspire others to show their support for the hard work so many individuals have put in to obtain the recertification. It is the mark of an educated mind to The difference between what the most Character--the willingness to accept and the least learned people know is responsibility for one's own life--is be able to entertain a thought without inexpressibly trivial in relation to that the source from which self-respect accepting it. which is unknown, springs. --Aristotle --Albert Einstein --Joan Didion BARNS OF SUMMERS COUNTY- West VirginiaHeritage An extract from the book for your enjoyment By Phyllis Campbell Whitley Marr Barn off East Woodrumtown Road Richard Marr took on a big jobwith the project, not incorporated in the reclaimed when he began restoring this barn. The barn was built in the 1890's barn. It was built in about the sameby a Mr. Cales. Over the years the Around 1967 Roy and Peggy location as the old barn using many barn belonged to various people Buckland purchased the farm and of the same logs in the process, and each made changes or repairs. Peggy has shared the photo of the A. C. and I met him in OctoberAt one time double doors were at barn so we could see what it was 2009 and he was well underway each end of the barn but they are like at its original location. Directions: Take Rt. 12 from Peterstown 16 miles towards Hinton. Turn left onto I'ittle Wolf Creek Road and go 2 miles to sale. From Hinton Take Rt. towards Talcott. Turn onto Rt.12 towards Peterstown, total of 8 miles. Turn right onto Little Wolf Creek Road. 2 miles to sale. Featured: 1992 FORD PICKUP WITH 76,761 MILES. 4X4, LONG BED, STARTS AND RUNS GOOD! Queen or full 3 pc. Bedrooms Suit, Recliner, Queen Size Brass Bed with Dresser and Chest, (2) Wardrobes, (2) Sets of Couch and Loveseats Combos, Office Chair, TV with Stand, Reading and Sewing Lamp, Old Red Enamel Top Table, (2) Meal Shelving Units, 5 pc. Patio Set, (4) Patio Chairs with Cushions, Picnic Table, Table and 6 chairs Dinning Set, Oak Wash Stand, (2) Glider rockers, Coffee and End Tables, Story & Clark Piano with Bench, Table Lamps, Antique Oak Dresser with Beveled Mirror, Old China Cabinet, Plant Stand and Side Tables, Bakers Rack, Antique Picture Frame. Oil Lamps, Crock Jug, Brown/White Stone Jug, 4 Gallon Crock Chum with Dasher, Old Milk Can, Blue Jars, Covered Wagon with Team Horses, Craft Magazines, Outside Light House, Quilts and Feed Sacks, Old Bicycle. Like New Generic 7500 Generator (Electric Start), Stihl 025 Chainsaw, 60 pc. Tool Set, Vermont American toolbox, C&H Pancake Compressor, Farmington Fence Grinder, Craftsman Electric Drill. Unico 245T Fence Charger, Karcher 1700 psi Electric Pressure Washer, Reciprocating Saw, Craftsman Electric Leaf Blower, VORX Electric Weed eater, Water Hose and Reel, Tree Pruner, Troy built 17 HP Riding Mower, Craftsman Straight Shaft Gas Weed eater, Dura Force 6.5 Push Mower, 10 ft. Extension Ladder, Misc. Garden Tools, B&D Hedge Trimmer. Av.oliances: Grill Master 3 burner Propane Grill, Outside Freestanding Firepit, Microwave with Stand, Frigidaire Smooth Top Electric Range, Kenmore Messager, Oster ToaSter Oven with Stand, Gibson Refrigerator, Maytag Washer, Speed Queen Dryer, Kenmore Washer, Kenmore Upright Freezer. Charbroil Charcoal Grill. Aroma Electric Roaster, Propane Turkey Cooker, Christmas Decorations, Comforter Sets, Kitchen Utensils, Dishes, Electric Chair Messager. Box Lots and Much, Much more!!!!!! Concessions by Oak Grove Methodist Church Restrooms on the Property Auctioneers: Allen Crawford WV#1371 VA#2752 619 Coulters Chapel Road, Greenville, WV 24945 Wesley Crawford WV#1747 VA# 3986 Phone 304-753-6346; Cell 304-646-3100 Terms: Cash or Approved Check on day of sale. No warranties of any kind implied or expressed, all terms sold as is where is. NO BUYER'S surchargelllll All announcements day of sale will take precedence over all printed materials. Not responsible for accidents. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the auctionllll!!!ll For listing and photos visit " N'T MI " Licensed and Bonded in Favor f WV Agriculture in the sate of West Virginia.