Vol. 46, No. 37

September 15, 2020

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Braxton native selection SJMH’s
Employee of Month

Kyle Warner, Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital Controller, has been named the September 2020 ICARE Employee of the Month.






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Rotary announces dates and
changes for fall blood screening

The Braxton County Rotary Club, in conjunction with Braxton County Memorial Hospital has announced the dates for their fall blood screening. The low-cost testing has been expanded to more than the typical one day event. “As we all know, a lot has changed since last year,” said club president Ed Given. “The Rotary Club and the Hospital have worked extremely hard to be able to return this valued service to the people of Central West Virginia, but a number of changes had to be made.”

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County records 10th COVID-19 case

TThe Braxton County Health Department and the Braxton County Office Emergency Management have been notified of the 10TH PCR, (polymerase chain reaction), laboratory confirmed positive case of COVID-19.

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State Youth Environmental Program (YEP) recognizes top groups

Two award-winning youth organizations in Braxton County are among more than 900 groups participating in the West Virginia Youth Environmental Program (YEP). These youth groups represent more than 115,000 student members who learn and practice environmental stewardship in many communities throughout the state.

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Halloween activities still questionable in Sutton

The Sutton Town Council held their most recent regular meeting on September 10 at the community building. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by Acting Mayor Joan Bias. Mayor JL Campbell and Gabriel Hopen were absent.

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