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DONATION...The Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 3305 of Castlewood donated $2500 in food and toys to a local food bank for their White Christmas. Officers, members and friends thank everyone who was involved. : Remove snow from vehicles before avoid road hazards -Winter Conditions Call for Cautious Driving Habits- Any winter travel may cause you to run into poor driving conditions. The sight of a blizzard blanketing the Midwest " reminds drivers to completely . clear their cars of ice and snow L before driving in wintry con- ditions. "Snow and ice on the roof, hood or trunk of a car can fall into the path of another vehicle, leading the driver to swerve in icy conditions," said DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb, the Governor&apos;s High- way Safety Representative. "Also, snow flying off of a car can impair your view or the view of another driver. Taking a few extra minutes to completely clear your car of snow and ice can help avoid traffic crashes. What a great message to share with your family and friends who may live in an area where ' it's snowing." During the winter of 2011- 2012, snow or sleet was a contributing factor in 1,178 traffic crashes in Virginia, in- eluding one fatality. When the road surface is covered with snow or ice, driving becomes Lays Hardware Arts announces Coming up at Lays Hardware Center for the Arts located at 409 Front Street in downtown Coeburn: Every Thursday night, Jam Sessions, 6:30-10:30 (doors open at 6:00). No charge for admission. Open to musicians and spectators. Every Friday night, Live bluegrass, 7:00 pro, $5/adultsl $1/children 6-12, under 6 ad- mitted free. February 1: Dennis Cove Band February 8: South Mountain Boys hazardous and visibility is re- duced. Drivers are encouraged to slow down, and increase fol- lowing distance from three seconds to at least six seconds. The braking distance for road surfaces with rain, snow and ice can be from three to nine times greater than stopiing distances on dry, clear roads. Icy con- ditions may also obscure lane markings and traffic signs. Motorists should be aware that all types of vehicles, even those with four-wheel, front- wheel and all-wheel drive, can . encounter trouble on snowy and icy roads. "No matter what type of vehicle you are driving, extra caution is the rule of thumb in bad weather," Holcomb said. Sometimes motorists who encounter a slippery road sur- face react with a sudden re- sponse or over-correction, such as jerking the steering wheel to the right or left, or by slamming on the brakes. This reaction may cause the vehicle to skid, swerve into oncoming traffic or run off the roadway. 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Follow these tips when driving during winter weather conditions: Remove all snow and ice from your vehicle, including the roof, before driving Decrease your speed and increase your following distance Turn on your lights, and make sure they are clear of snow and ice Don't use cruise control or overdrive Don't pass snow plows or sanding trucks Allow for extra tra- veling time Stay in the right lane except when passing Steer with smooth and precise movements to pre- vent skidding Remember to "move over," yield the right-of-way or reduce speed when approaching stationary emergency vehicles on roadways. CHS announces first semester honor roll Layman Kiser, principal of Castlewood High School, has announced the names of students whose work has earned them placement on the honor roll for the first semester of the school year. GRADE 12: All A's-- Tiffany Casteel, Shawn Du- pule, Corey France, Andrea Mullins, Olivia Sproles, Mac- kenzie Trent, Chelsea Whit- tington. A&B's--Dalton Add- ington, Corey Beavers, Chel- sea Bise, Kevin Burke, Maegen Burton, Tyler Collins, Emily Gordon, Kacy Gullett, Brittney Hall, Megan Hall, Carly Helbert, Chance Hile- man, Ryan Hileman, Audrian- na Kilgore, Chassidy Salyer, Makayla Salyer, Alec Slemp, Alex Summers, Melissa Tomes, David Young. GRADEE 11: All A's-- Walker Long. A&B's--Sum- mer . Cook, Haley Crabtree, Courtney Evans, Morgan Mul- lins, Caitlyn Phillips, Korey Purtee, Kelly Steffey, Terry Woods. GRADE 10: All A's--Tomi Amburgey, Steven Hall, Kait- lyn Jenkins, Kacie Jessee, Bridgette McCarty, Heaven Parridgen. A&B--William Bostic, Zackery Carico, Sav- annah Crewe, Emily Higgins, Autumn Ingle, Jonathan Kil- gore, Victoria Lane, Damien Patrick, Chelsea Phillips, Samantha Robinson, Samantha Salyer. GRADE 9: All A's-- Alexandra Alfred, Samantha Couch, Trevor Gilbert, Kalyn Purtee, Janie Skeens, Jeremiah Statzer, Rachel White. A&B-- Emily Baker, Maleah Castle, Taylor Chafin, Shiann Couch, Casey Hall, Mandi Hylton, McKinley Isaacs, Alanna Kis- er, Jennie Molinary, Dalton Mullins, Leslie Murphy, Adam Puckett, Amber Sutherland, Adrianna Turner, Garret Wood- ruff. GRADE 8: All A's--Jacob Baker, Camryn Cook, Shelby Girzzle, Emily Harrington, Peyton Jessee, Darla Mullins, Madison Ray, Savannah Rob- erson, Noah Steele.. A&B's-- Brandon Davis, Cassidy Flem- CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday', ,lanuary 3 i, 20!3 Page 5 Wise County Sheriff' s Report The Wise County Sheriff's Office reports the following activities for the period of 1./13/2013 through 1/24/2013. Wise Central Dispatch received a total of 1,768 calls for this seven- day period. Of the total calls received 388 were dispatched to the Sheriff's Office. Total number of Domestic calls for this period was 5. Criminal Process for the same period served 13 Felony Warrants, 22 Misde- meanor Warrants, 3 DUI Arrest and worked 7 Traffic ,Accident. Civil process for this period served 105 Civil Papers. During Cooking with Mildred... Reci.s by M Hd&rt \\; ,FUDGE BUTTONS 2 tbsp butter BROCCOLI POTATO SOUP 1 '/2 teas. cocoa 2 cups broccoli florets Yl cup confectioner's sugar 1 small onion, thinly sliced '/2 teas. milk I tbsp. butter 2tbsp. peanut butter I can condensed cream of In a small saucepan, melt the potato soup butter; remove from the heat. l cup milk Add cocoa and mix well. Stir in , teas. minced flesh basil sug'ar. Add milk and stir until q teas. pepper smooth. Add peanut butter and 1/3 cup shredded cheddar mix well. Drop by teaspoonfuls cheese In a large saucepan, saute gati0ns were ' ; ' arid '12" ." broccoli gind onion in butter until were cleared by arrest. The tender. Stir in soup, milk, wate,', Sheriff's Office provided 125 HAM AND SWISS basil and pepper; heat through. man-hours of Court Room CASSEROLE Add cheese. Stir until melted. Security for the three courts and 1 pkg. (8 oz.) medium the courthouse, noodles, cooked and drained EASY BLACK FOREST The Sheriff's Office tran- 2 cups cubed ham TORTE sported 0 adult in state, 1 adult 2 cups shredded Swiss 5 cups miniature marsh- out of state, 4 mental patient, and cheese mallows 5 juveniles for a total of 10 1 can condensed cream of I chocolate cake mix transports, involving 83.5 hours, celery soup I can cherry pie fillin The Sheriff's Office unlocked  12 vehicles and escorted 8 1 cup sour cream I Cool Whip funerals during this seven-day '/2 cup chopped green pepper Sprinkle marshmallows in a- period. cup chopped onion greased 13x9 baking pan. In a greased casserole dish, Prepare cake batter according to reoruary'- -- GED layer a third of the noodles, ham package directions; pour over and cheese. In a small bowl, the marshmallows. Spoon pie test exam **,;n combine soup, sofir cream, green filling over the batter. Bake 350 pepper and onion. Spread half tbr 55 minutes or until a over the top. Repeat layers. Bake toothpick inserted near the uncovered 350 for 40-45 center comes out clean. Cool. minutes. Frost with Cool Whip. Wise County The Regional Adult Edu- cation Program of Lee, Scott, Wise & Norton Public Schools offers the Official Practice GED Test (OPT) on-demand at all local Adult Educatiofl classes. This is a free 4 hour test that is scored immediately. Adults that pass the OPT receive a free GED Exam which now costs $58. Call 877 RACE 2 GED (877.722.3243) or 276.386.2433 to s:hedule a time to take the practice test. The GED Exam will be given in Norton on Friday, February 1 at J.l. Burton High School. Call Amy at 877.722.3243 for more information or to register. The GED Exam will be given on Saturday, February 16 at the Wise Adult Learning Center, Building J. Testing will begin at 8 a.m. Call Karen Whitt at Fry Hall at 328-8612 for more information or to register. In addition, the Regional Adult Education Program offers free Adult Education classes throughout the region to prepare adults for the GED Exam. For details call Amy at 877 RACE 2 CHS Athletic Boosters have monthly meetings 1st Mondays The Castlewood Athletic All Castlewood tans who are Boosters meet the first Monday interested in promoting the of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the interests of the school's athletic CHS office, teams are urged to attend. CS4 TOURING' l-Rated HgS Roted 80,000 Mile Ireadwear 4-Rib All-Season Protection Limited Warronty ]rend Design TRI-COUNTY TIRE SERVICE, INC. (276)762-9501 or (276) 762-9591 11;I;18 last liiverside ]]rive l%ndny - I:rida I  a.m.- 5 p.m. St. Paul, IA 24?83 Saturday 0 a.m. 1 p.m. GED (877.7223243) or in Scott Co., 276.386.2433 or go toil ing, Zachary Graziano," Alyson Long, Cody Meade, Tyler Milgrim, Skyler Moon, Allison Skeens, Emily Slemp, Zachary Traverse. Deadline for classifieds is Tuesday noon! For Your Valentine Show how much you love your little Valentine by publishing his or her picture in our VALENTINE EDITION, FEBRUARY 14. Bring or mail a clear Black & White or Color photo of your child or grandchild. The picture will be published in a heart as shown, along with the child's name & age, parents' name and the names of both sets of grandparents, if desired. .'-;H EIS:\\; S\\;VtE lE 3 3 ca.', Pit r'v 1115; Nit. :uld Mrs. R.!.!. Swclic ( ] :';111,.[ 1.11,2111.S ?,t: :nd NI:. W,., I. gwccie ',Irs ['1/ .Sttg:!r'Dlla! \\;1  t< CI,INCH VAIA, Et I IMI:, VAI,I:NTINI:; P.(-). Box 817 St. Paul, VA 24283 Child's Name ago The cost is only $15.00 (Must be paid in advance) I HURRY! Ii DEADLINE FOR THIS I FEATURE I IS FRIDAY, IFEBRUARY I i