Vol. 47, No.46

November 16, 2021

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Local teen second WV female to attain Eagle Scout award
Sarah Dudley first girl in
Buckskin Council to earn the degree

By Shirley Shuman
Recently, 14-year-old Sarah Dudley received the Eagle Scout award, the highest a Boy Scout can obtain, in a ceremony held in Charleston. She belongs to Boy Scout Troop 31 in Charleston, which is a part of Buckskin Council. Not only is Dudley one of the youngest Eagle Scouts in the Buckskin Council, she is also the first female in that council—which covers parts of other states, to achieve the honor. The other female West Virginia Eagle Scout is in another Council.






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Town of Burnsville dedicates new Veterans’ Memorial

On behalf of the Town of Burnsville, Tom Crutchfield welcomed the large crowd to the dedication of the City’s Veterans’ Memorial last Saturday. The ceremony took place at the site of the memorial near the south bound entrance ramp to I-79.

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Plea hearing dominate Circuit Court action
The Honorable Richard A. Facemire recently completed several court orders in the Braxton County Circuit Court. The state was represented by Braxton County Prosecuting Attorney Jasmine R.H. Morton.

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Sutton Council meeting covers numerous topics

The Sutton Town Council conducted their most recent meeting on November 11. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by Mayor JD Hoover. The meeting opened with a moment of silence to honor Wilda Skidmore who had served the town for many years.

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County Commission’s most recent session is brief one

The Braxton County Commission has a busy but brief session for their first meeting in November last Friday. With all Commissioners present, John Hoffman was first to address the body. The OES/9-1-1/EMS Director presented the Commission with monthly activity reports from the 9-1-1 center and EMS. Those reports revealed that Braxton Control had fielded a total of 2,301 calls during the month of October. Of those, 613 were emergency related. A breakdown shows 186 calls were law enforcement related, 118 pertained to the county’s fire departments, one was for the Office of Emergency Services and 176 related to the ambulance service.

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