Vol. 40, No. 45

November 18, 2014

  Advertise   Contact Us
 Change Address   E-Subscriber Login   Subscribe   Pay Bill

Devoted to Braxton County -- Responsive to its citizens' needs

Want more Citizens' News? Get the e-subscription to view the full edition.

Main           Editorial            Classifieds            Obituaries            Sports           Featured Stories           Subscribe           Links

Long-time Wildlife Managers Duffield and Gibson retire


On Nov. 22, Days Hotel in Flatwoods will serve as the venue of a style show honoring Betty Puskar, a breast-cancer survivor who has contributed greatly to care primarily for breast-cancer victims but also for victims of other cancers. This story of Puskar’s battle with cancer began in 1985 and continues today through her ongoing contributions.
In that year, Puskar faced a diagnosis of breast cancer. This woman, had left business college in Virginia years before to marry Mike Puskar, who would become famous for his work with generic drugs and the Mylan company. They began married life in Youngstown, Ohio. From that point until she faced breast cancer, the two had, she said, “lived all over the world.”



 


Your Advertisement
Could Be Here

Call Us For Details

Phone: 304-765-5193
Fax: 304-765-2754
Email: editor@bcn-news.com


 


Now Available:

We now have our E-subscription available!

 

Newly elected Assessor, Magistrate take oath of office

Braxton County Circuit Judge Richard A. Facemire administered the oath of office to newly elected Assessor Brenda Mollohan and Magistrate David Singleton last Friday. Both were running for the remainder of unexpired terms. Mollohan will serve the remained of Arlene Herndon’s term, who passed away, while Singleton will replace Larry Clifton who retired. In accordance with State Code both began their tenure as public servants immediately after being sworn in.

Friday night single vehicle accident claims Sutton man

Emergency responders received an alert at approximately 10:30 p.m. Friday, November 14. The call reported a single vehicle on its top, on Route 4, near Foodland. When members of Braxton EMS and Gassaway Volunteer Fire Department arrived on scene, they discovered the single occupant unresponsive.
According to Deputy Cleve Westfall of the Braxton County Sheriff’s Department, Ralph Dobbins of Sutton was pronounced dead at the scene. Dobbins is believed to have veered from the roadway while headed south on Route 4. His 2004 Subaru Forester struck a culvert bulkhead causing it to flip over. The vehicle slid 167 feet before coming to rest in the roadway.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sutton man charged with arson Clarks’ Town Hill Apartments heavily damaged by blaze

At late night Sunday fire seriously damaged the Clarks Town Hill Apartments and landed one man in jail. The alarm was reported at approximately 9:30 p.m. when a neighbor told a 9-1-1 dispatcher that Darrin Vaughn had broken the window of her apartment and that his unit, next door, was on fire.
Sheriff’s Deputies and State Police arrested Vaughn at the scene and charged him with night time burglary and 1st degree arson.

Former resident honored for volunteer work

A former Braxton resident was recently named Volunteer of the Month for her work with the Make a Wish Foundation. Andrea Ware, a 2002 graduate of Braxton County High School, and her friend Amanda Heaton shared the honor for the month of October.
Ware and Heaton have been working with Make a Wish for a year, and she said she truly enjoys it. She explained her role in the process of fulfilling the wishes of children with life-threatening health conditions. “They pick a child, and then we interview the child and the family. After we obtain necessary information for the Foundation, we build a relationship with them. We also provide activities for each child before the wish is actually fulfilled,” she said.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Main   |   Editorial   |    Classifieds   |   Obituaries   |  Sports   |   Featured Stories 
Contact Us  |   Advertise   |   Subscribe   |   Pay Bill   |   Change Address

Copyright © Braxton Citizens' News, 2007. All Rights Reserved
Web Site Hosted and Designed by Ramco Technologies Online