Vol. 42, No.21

May 24, 2016

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Leaving a Legacy

‘Legacy’ is defined by Merriam-Webster as ‘something (such as property or money) that is received from someone who has died’ or ‘something that happened in the past or that comes from someone in the past’. This article is a tribute to Gladys C. Butcher and Georgia M. Crockett, former elementary school teachers, who undoubtedly knew the meaning of the word ‘legacy’ without ever having to consult a dictionary. Due in large part to their generosity, the Braxton County Memorial Hospital Foundation has exceeded the fundraising goal of the initial capital campaign, and is currently finalizing the installation of a new Computerized Tomography (CT) scanner within the facility.


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141 BCHS seniors receive diplomas
at commencement




The Braxton County High School Class of 2016 said their final goodbyes on Friday, May 20 in the high school gym. The commencement ceremony began with Principal Tony Minney saying a few words and welcoming the processional of the graduating seniors. The top ten seniors provided speeches to the large audience in attendance. First, Brooke Fincham welcomed everyone to the ceremony and Jessi Tyo provided the theme of this year’s graduation, the Dr. Seuss book, All of the Places You Will Go and she also provided the closing remarks.

Commission recognizes CCAWV Essay Contest winner Braxton’s Marilyn Hosey
wins statewide

One of the first acts at last Friday’sregular meeting of the Braxton County Commission was to recognize Megan Stroup of theCounty Commissioners Association of West Virginia who in turn introduced the winner of the CCAWV’s statewide 2016 County Government Essay Contest, Marilyn Hosey an eight grade student from Braxton County Middle School.
Local Commissioners, Ron Facemire, Gary Ellyson and George Skidmore sponsored the local contest with assistance of Ed Given publisher of the Citizens’ News and Delegate Brent Boggs.


 

Confidential informant leads to drug arrests

On Monday, May 2, Braxton County Sheriff Department Deputy C.E. Westfall conducted a controlled buy of illegal drugs utilizing a confidential informant. This individual met with a gentleman at his residence in Burnsville and was able to purchase a small bag of a white crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine for $50.
Then again on Monday, May 9, a second control buy was completed using the same informant.

 

Annie Get Your Gun coming to Sutton’s Landmark Studio

“There’s No Business Like Show Business!” Bring in the summer with a bang as the Landmark Studio for the Arts when director Rebecca Conrad and musical director Marjie Foster wrap up the 2015-16 season with Irving Berlin’s hit musical, Annie Get Your Gun. This musical spectacle celebrates the legendary sure-shot, Annie Oakley, featuring timeless hits like “Anything You Can Do,” “You Can’t Get a Man with a Gun,” and the song that has become the anthem of all things Theatre: “There’s No Business Like Show Business.”




 

 

 

 

Landmark Studio offers
“Old Time” music scholarhip


The Landmark Studio for the Arts will be offering a $350 scholarship for Traditional Old Time Music students. The scholarship is the result of donations collected at the Melvin Wine Tribute Concert held April 23 2016 at the Landmark Studio for the Arts in Sutton.

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