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Eight year old more focused on giving than receiving

Eight-year-old Emily Wilson, daughter of Eric and Amy Wilson, of Gassaway saved money for an entire year with the sole intention of donating all her savings to Mountaineer Food Bank. This past Wednesday she presented her earnings to the staff at Mountaineer Food Bank and donated an outstanding total of $275.00.
Emily volunteered with Mountaineer Food Bank last year with her Girl Scout Troop and helped box food. After volunteering with Mountaineer Food Bank, it sparked a fire in Emily and she told her mom that she was going to start saving her change in a big plastic crayon that she had, and when it was full donate it all back to MFB. For every $1 donated to MFB, they’re able to provide up to 10 meals. Emily’s generosity means MFB can provide 2,750 meals to those in need.
At a time when most kids are excited about receiving Christmas gifts, Emily was eager to give. The staff at Mountaineer Food Bank was overjoyed by Emily’s act of kindness.


Commission approves “First Resonder” resolution last Friday

The Braxton County Commission approved a resolution proclaiming Braxton County 911 Dispatchers to be recognized and considered true “First Responders” at their meeting on Friday, November 6.

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Middle school sixth graders present Literature Fair

Last Thursday evening, several tables in the Braxton County Middle School cafeteria held an array of displays depicting information about various writers. Instructor James King’s sixth-grade English students, in groups of three, completed research on an assigned writer and completed the display. The writers assigned ranged from some quite familiar American writers to others less well known.

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Shaver and Valdivieso face multiple charges

Clayton N. Shaver, 28 and Layni E. Valdivieso, 24, both of Sutton, were arrested on December 5 by Mountain Lakes Drug and Violent Crime Task Force after a four week investigation.

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