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Georgetown ...... Heather E. Drake of St. Paul has been named to the Dean's List for the 2011 Spring Semester at Georgetown College, George- :: town, Kentucky. Heather is the daughter of Rhonda McGee of St. Paul. The Dean's List honors undergraduate students who completed the semester with at least 12 credit hours and a 3.7 GPA, according to Dr. Rosemary Allen, Georgetown College's Provost/Academic Dean. Georgetown College is a Christian liberal arts college .... ::': inspiring students to live, learn ..... and believe as global citizens, vACATION BIBLE SCHOOL...The St. Paul Assembly of God, with an average With roots dating to 1787, Georgetown is ranked by U.S. attendance of 183, held its annual Vacation Bible School last week. The theme was News & World Report as a Tier I "Home Town, Nazareth." George and Jean Jordan were VBS directors. National Liberal Arts College. It is included among the Road • alertness and listing of America's mprovemcms reqmre best colleges, is among Amer- ica's Colleges of DistinctionA®, behind the wheel and is the 0nly Kentucky college ra,,e_ce • o, to be named both one of -Drivers Should Expect Traffic Pattern Changes in All Regions of the State- America's 100 Best College As the Commonwealth ists can prepare a safe route other people in the vehicle. -,' BuysA® and one of America's invests nearly $4 billion into the before they hit the road by using Driving is a complex task. In Best Christian CollegesA® by state's transportation network the Virginia Department. of road construction, it's even Institutional Research and Evil- over the next three years, Transportation's 5-1-1 Virginia more difficult. Keep both uation, Inc. Georgetown College motorists will routinely ex- service, available at hands on the steering wheel. was also invited in 2010, along per•once road construction in or by Look for signs and work I!"(SHOW TEAM PARTICIPANTS...Pietured, left to with only one other inductee, to every region of the state, calling 511. zone flaggers and follow "))right, are front row, Shea Phillips and Alex Jessee. join the Southern University As Virginia does its part for VDOT also publishes on its their directions. -,-Back row, Jenna Hess, Makia Phillips and Gabby ConferenceA®, an organization highway safety, the Department webs•to major road construction  Be patient - Drivers rear- : Kiser. for prestigious liberal arts of Motor Vehicles urges drivers project information at ending vehicles is the main colleges and universities, to do yours - be alert and patient cause of construction Sh The 104-acre campus is 12 while driving through road vel/major_road_constructionAr crashes. Do not tailgate. Team OW in c_m00.._eo -- miles north of Lexington, Kent- construction, oiects.asp. Allow ample distance bet- A h ille Ap il 29 30 ucky and only five miles north of "Governor McDonnell and Always wear your seatbelt, ween your car and the :': S ew r - the Kentucky Horse Poxk, site of the General Assembly are fund- And when you encounter road vehicle ahead of you in case --i Jessiea's Little Feet Dance received a Second place, the 2010 Alltech FEI World ing more than 900 improvement improvement activity, you can of sudden stops. Studio Show Team competed on Jenna Hess, Gabby Kiser and Equestrian Games. William H. projects, that we will encounter take specific actions to steer In the year 2010, six people , April 29-30 in Asheville, NC Makia Phillips performed a hip Crouch, Jr., is the 23 'd president as we travel throughout the clear of a crash, died and 1,234 were injured in -- with Eneore Dance Competition. hop routine to the song "Tea of Georgetown College. state," said DMV Commissioner  Slow down - Obey the 2,412 crashes in road ::- Jerma Hess performed a jazz Party" in which they received SMP ables Richard D. Holcomb, the Gov- posted speed limit. You construction traffic accidents. routine to the song "Never Let Second place. These same en emor's highway safety repro- never know what you may Overall, fatalities and injuries You Go" in which she received a dancers performed a lyrical sentative. "Drivers should ex- encounter when road con- are down. '.Third place. Shea Phillips routine to the song "The House seniors to fight peo,,o,oo0000an00o,,n00a,0000p00t- 00it,ons change. Ifyou're not "For the third consecutive :i-':performed a jazz routine to the That Built Me" in which they terns, directional signs, uneven speeding, you will be able to year, Virginia recorded declines -::song "The Right Stuff" in which received a Second place, ff d pavement, and sometimes traffic stop more quickly in case of in statewide traffic deaths, with ::she received a Third place. Jenna Hess, Alex Jessee, an delays. It is critical that you an unexpected hazard. 2010 fatalities the lowest since anticipate construction, slow " Drive alert - Focus your 1966," stated Holcomb. "Let's Shea Phillips and Alex Jessee Gabby Kiser, Makia Phillips, Virginia Senior Medicare Pa- down and keep focused on complete attention on the continue the positive trend; performed a lyrical routine to Shea Phillips and Miss Jess•ca trol (SMP) uses volunteers to staying safe." task of driving. Do not allow every driver in Virginia is ...... Amazing Grace" in which they performed an open routine to the educate Medicare and Medicaid Most traffic fatalities and yourself to get distracted by responsible for keeping our received a Second place. Shea song "Lion King" in which they beneficiaries about health care Phillips and Alex Jessee ,per- received a Second place and a fraud, waste and error, injuries can be avoided. Motor- a cell phone, the radio, or roadways safe." formed a jazz routine to the song First place overall in their Due to the unscrupulous ::"Photograph" in which they category division, meth°ds °f s°me individuals and Teachers offered environmental I EMERGENCY? I businesses, Medicare and Med- I I Lays Hardware Center for the •Laid lose billions of dollars in education training through Extension Dial 911 , valuable resources that should have benefited enrollees. Virginia Cooperative Extort- and recreational opportunities, 00Arts announces schedule ,o SMP program enables sion in collaboration with the and the importance of forests in Ain't she putty, she just seniors to step up and make an Southwest Virginia Chapter of view-shed and water-quality Coming up at Lays Hardware July 22: Bluegrass Favorites; turned thirty! We love enter for the Arts located at July 29: Republik Steele. impact in the fight against fraud, the Society of American For- efforts. Participants will see how ?09 Front Street in downto.. :::-. :Lays *dware Center for The dedicated corps of SMP vol- esters and other members of the trees are converted into a variety our hygientist TruLy. Coy'burn:.  ' ' ' the Ai'ts ii,s nonprofit organ- unteers makes a difference. SMP forest industry - is offering an of everyday products .... Every:  Friday 'highfl Live ization ded6,ited to the preser- programs seek volunteers whose environmental education opport- In addition, teachers will $1uegrass, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm. vat•on of Appalachian culture, skills, abilities and personal goals unity for teachers from July 18- receive Project Learning Tree Doors open at 6:00 pm. We offer great entertainment in a are compatible with the goals and 21. certification at the completion of $5/adults, $1/children 6-12, smoke-free, alcohol-flee family mission of the program. The Trees to Products pro- the course. Project Learning Tree under6 admitted free, atmosphere. One of the main goals of the gram is designed to correlate is a multidisciplinary environ- July 8: Junior Blankenship Contact: Loretta Mays at SMP program is to develop a with the Virginia Standards of mental education program of the Band; 276.395.5160 or 276.395.3323; corps of senior volunteers and Learning for grades K-12. It American Forest Foundation for July 15: Uncut Grass with info,; professionals who can help their awards 30 hours of professional educators of students in grades development credits for pattie•- pry-kindergarten through 12. the Center Stage Cioggers;, peers become better health care pants, along with Project Learn- Participants pay a $25 re- consumers. ingTree certification, gistration fee for the four-day Most SMP programs also "We are pleased to offer this conference. The costs of all i I provide opportunities for civic- Subscribe today to the Clinch Valley Times minded individuals, not yet program for teachers again this meals, transportation, and lodg- eligible for Medicare, who have year," said Bill Worrell, Extort- ing are provided by the sponsors, ...ca11762-7671 the time and interest to assist the sion agent for forestry and with the exception of trans- natural resources in Southwest portation to the conference head- Dr. Copas & girls program. Since 1997, SMP has recov- Virginia. "This is an excellent quarters at the Best Western in eyed $4.5 million in Medicare opportunity for teachers to get an Wise. funds and reported more than in-the-field tour of sustainable Representatives of The For-oooooo.oooo.,...oo. $3.1 million in savings to bone- forest-management techniques, estland Group LLC, Mountain ".  • tic•aries. Savings are attributable as well as professional devel- Forest Products LLC, Domtar. ": to the prevention of errors, fraud opment credits, at a very low Paper Company LLC, and. . and abuse by the more than 1.9 cost." Virginia Cooperative Extension : • " Teachers will tour key forest- are coordinating the program. •  $ladiHm TllOatl'6S : "*t cipatedmilli°n seniorSin groupWh°sessionshave parti-or industry sites to learn about For more information or to , Movie Hotline 276-6794252 .:, :., received one-on-one counseling sustainable forest management, register, contact Bill Worrell at" Located in Downtown Norton, VA o--. ,., They will also learn about how (276) 889-8056 or- . , from their local SMP volunteers, o ........    •'..  Volunteers are a valuable forests provide wildlife habitat : : resource to the SMP program, Frontier Health he00" " " : ' ,, Appalachian Ae, ency for Senior --e, Ins intensive : f :. Citizens (AASC), its staffand its . 1- .mo_ ......... outpatie p g fo S th clients ....... nt ro ram r ou west : t • TRANSFORMERS : DARK . • NOW HOWIN 11"4 3D* Frontier Health launched an Referrals can be made by in- ° DAILY: 12:20 - a:ao • 6:45 - 9:45 PM Intensive Outpatient Program for dividuals, family, social services ." THE GREEN LANTERN ADULTS " """ individuals in Southwest Vir- agencies, medical providers, oc- *ow -ow_,_ ,. 3D* ginia who are addicted to alcohol cupational services, departments  amLv: 2:OO - z:5 - a:50 OM and or other drugs and need of correction, probation, or other , EDUCATION more intensive services than judicialservices, i[ ]! typical individual and or group For more information, call " DMOv"NEAff'O*"O treatment services. (276) 546-4357. 4:45 - 7:O5 - 9:20 PM Intensive Outpatient will Frontier Health's services in : [ CARS 28 ] meet three times per week for 12 Lee, Scott and Wise counties and . DAILY: 2:25 - 4:50 PM weeks on Tuesday, Wednesday the city of Norton are funded in i [ THE ZOOKE.ERMre ] and Thursday to help individuals partnership with Planning Dis- ....... ' ........................................................................ begin and sustain a life of trictOneBehavioralHealthSer-[ oouE:r " ] : :: recovery from alcohol and or vices., Frontier Health is the 276.889.5424 drug addiction. The program regions leading provider- of  t.z..*u-.*...*u--,.,DAILY OPM focuses on early recovery skills, behavioral health, mental health, : [" SUPER 8 Pll-13 ) 866.581.9935 relapse prevention, family edu- substance abuse, co-occurring, : [. DALLY: 12:30 " 9:40 P" cation and social support. Those developmental disabilities, re- [;a ] interested in the program may covery and vocational rehabilit- ; , 4:20 - 7:15 - fl:15 PM ...................................................................... " ? "lr(I 7 begin at any point and will leave at•on services. the group when they have Frontier Health has been:[ .onn,at_t= Ross,=s, 1 • completed the full 12 weeks, providing services since 1957..0 t DAILY:7:3012:15. 10:OO" 2:30pM ° 4:55 J •' 00n£e 4th-:[ }i  li_ Ill OAILY: .:a :4 4:a Winners of drawings the " " " i MIDNIGHT SHOWING ,:  Several bonds contributed by r Kelly was the winner of a book  T H U R S D A Y 7 / 1 4 HARRY POTTER AND THE local banks were raffled during on area postcards donated by  DEATHLY HALLOWS.PART2 PG-13 Fourth of July activities at the Frank Kilgore. "0 Miners Exchange Bank parking William Ball and Jaxson lot on Monday. Cunningham each won a $50 Jeremiah Bush and Juanita bond--both of those were Kelly each won a $100 bond-- contributed by TruPoint Bank. both were contributed by Miners Winning the $25 bond, Exchange Bank. The Kelly contributed by Carter Bank & family fared very well, as Harry Trust. was Blanche Chitin. I • ....... 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