Vol. 45, No. 36

September 4, 2019

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Former Braxtonian still auto racing at 67

Rick James began racing cars while he was still in high school, and, even though he’s now 67, he’s still racing. James, who races with the Sports Car Club of America, has competed in various types of the sport. He loves them all.






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Circuit court hears pleas, hands down sentences

Numerous court orders were recently completed by the Honorable Richard A. Facemire in the Braxton County Circuit Court.

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Braxton native is Cancer Society’s “Real Men Wear Pink” candidate

Kyle Warner, of the accounting department at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston, has become a Real Men Wear Pink candidate, a fund-raising project of the American Cancer Society. By putting the power of pink into action to raise awareness and funds, you’re investing in the American Cancer Society’s mission to save lives from breast cancer. As a Real Men candidate, you are making a meaningful impact on a cause that touches us all, and we hope you enjoy the friendly competition while doing it!

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Commission hears updates

The Braxton County Commission received updates on EMS, OES and the Firefighters Association at their regular meeting last Friday, September 6..

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Gassaway Baptist Church to host
Living Proof simulcast with Beth Moore

Christian evangelist, author and bible teacher Beth Moore will present a Living Proof Simulcast Saturday, September 28 at Gassaway Baptist Church.

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Parents Math Help Kits available

Having trouble helping your child with math? Need Help? In conjunction with the Math4life campaign, Braxton County Schools is offering a Parent Math Help Kit.


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