Newspaper Archive of
Clinch Valley Times
St. Paul , Virginia
Lyft
September 20, 2012     Clinch Valley Times
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 20, 2012
 

Newspaper Archive of Clinch Valley Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 20, 2012 ...... ' - --: .......... ~l~r" ~-iiii .... Muralist seeks railroad stories for Richlands Foreman's Section House Park mural When the first train whistled remembrances and photographs United Methodist Church from into the town of Richlands on related to the Norfolk & Western l:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Sept- Eastside 2 0 by Allen Gregory "We played really hard on both sides of the ball all night long," Coach Matt Hamilton said of his team on Tuesday. His Spartan teamhad a 20-6 homefield win on Friday night over Haysi. "Haysi always plays tough and Coach Dave Colley always has several special plays that can hurt So you have to play hard to stay on top," Hamilton said. Ethan Collins and Erikk Banks had combined to have their usual outstanding offensive games. Collins scored twice and Banks churned out 177 yards on 22 carries. Hamilton had a lot of praise for offensive linemen, center Ryan Rowe and tackles Dalton Sexton and Cody Mitchell who got the blocks that gave Collins and Banks the first opening they had to get outside where they then can use their speed to get and Tyler Mullins picked up the load in the second half. Mullins put Central up 20-14 with a 17 yard run near the nine minute mark of the third canto. Then late in the quarter Mullins threw a 25 yard pass to Adkins to add another td for the Warriors. Justin Stanley had a 27 yard td scamper in the final - Haysi 6 big chunks of yardage. Collins' speed and quickness was used early as on the first play from scrimmage Collins latched onto a Caleb Riner pass and weaved his way to the end zone. The play covered 64 yards. Nate Minor kicked the extra point for a 7-0 Spartan lead. A Collins 8 yard run in the second quarter put the Spartans up 13-0. Midway through the period the Tigers got a nice drive going that ended with a Zach Owens to Jeffery Bowen touchdown pass of 13 yards. The Spartan defense again turned in an outstanding game. The up front trio of Rowe, Sexton and Mitchell held upthe opposing team runners long enough for Banks 10 tackles, Nick Sturgill 7 and Dillion Meade 6 to make the tackles. Caleb Riner, who doesn't usually play on defense, was Comett with a two point port of coal by rail in the black conversion pass the game was diamond fields of southwest tied at 14. Virginia. The mural project is Castlewood had 13 firsts pported in part by the Virginia downs to 14 by Central. Central Commission for the Arts, the had 363 total yards to 298 for National Endowment for the Castlewood. Arts, the Virginia Department of Collins had 183 yards on 18 Transportation, and the Town of carries while Edmonds had 139 Richlands. yards on 15 carries. Artist Ellen Elmes has been commissioned by the Citizens Advisory Committee for the Railroad Section Foreman's House & Park Project to re- called in this game to play search railroad history in Rich- cornerback. He and Collins kept lands and to produce a design Haysi quarterback from corn- for the mural byspring, 2013. pleting passes for big chunks of Ultimately, Elmes will paint the yardage. Owens was good on just 12 of 28 pass attempts plus two were picked off. Riner hit on 7 of 11 passes. Riner also was intercepted twice. The Spartans had 14 first downs to nine for the Tigers. Haysi had 17 rushes for 61 yards and gained 121 yards through the air. Eastside had 107 yards through the air and gained 259 yards on 48 rushing plays. Riner's two yard run and Minor's kick late in the fourth quarter put the final seven points on the board. The Spartans travel to Thomas Walker on Friday night. They will have to find a way to stop the running of Cody Cain, the Pioneers outstanding running back. nl MOTORISTS: Stop for pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk.. It's the law! s~2 .+; stop by the library from 10:00 a.m.- 11:00 am. and have a cup ,< ,p w AIDS HAS CREATED 14 MILL#ON ORPHANS WORLDWIDE TO HEIR, CALL 866-AIDS-FUND OR GO l0 ~ATHYISLEIHALORG. AIOS IS PRI:VI:NTABLI. APATHY IS LI:I~ItAL. Deadline for [ UNITED N ATIO ;, classifieds ! of coffee, tea, cider, or hot chocolate and light refreshments. Visit with your friends, talk about the news going on in the area, read the local newspapers or browse through our magazine selections. Make plans to come by the library each Wednesday for coffee and conversation. For more information contact the library at 276-762-9702. Plus we have jewelry and watches also a wide selection of much needed $1 items! We are buying gold and coins. Top dollar paidl Layaway jewelry for your special occasions! Couch Home Medical can provide you with all your home medical needs. Corner of 4th Avenue and Russell St Ph 276.762.9080 Fax 276.762-9081 mural on a wall adjoining the lawn of the section house com- munity park during the summer of 2013. A muralist since 1980, Elmes will begin researching the events, places, and people of railroad history through Rich- lands and southwest Virginia by conducting a series of interviews with long-time residents of the area. "I look forward to speaking with anyone willing to share Freezing vegetables by Donna Meade Family and Consumer Science Russell Co. Extension Office Freezing extends the shelf life of food. Blanching food before freezing prevents the enzymes in foods from affecting the quality of the foods during storage. Only vegetables can be blanched before freezing. If fruit is blanched, and then frozen, the fruit will become mushy after defrosting. Equipment Preparation Select containers that are designed for freezing food like freezer bags, plastic freezer containers, or canning/freezing jars. Containers should be moist- ure/vapor resistant to prevent '"freezer burn." Wash all con- tainers in hot soapy water. Discard any containers that are cracked or chipped. Rinse with hot water and let air dry on a clean towel or rack. Food Selection and Blanching Choose young, tender vege- tables or well-ripened fi'uits for freezing. Tomatoes may be cooked, pureed, or juiced before freezing. Wash, peel and trim away bruised areas. Cut into serving sizes, if desired, before freezing. Blanch all vegetables (except peppers and onions) to preserve quality. To blanch, place pre- pared foods in a metal strainer that fits into a large saucepan. Lower food into boiling water and begin counting the blanch- ing time. Use one gallon of water for each pound of firm vegetables (about 4 cups) and two gallons of water for each pound of leafy greens (about 8 cups). Don't add more vege- tables than suggested at one time, as larger amounts will lower the temperature of the water. Time and temperature are critical to destroying the product. \ enzymes thatcause spoilage.Place bags, ontainers, or Cool the blanched vegetables jars in the freezer\and store at by removing the vegetables from 0F (18C) or below. Be sure that the boiling water and immed- iately plunging them into ice water until cool. This process prevents the vegetable from overcooking and retains its color and nutrients. Remove the blanched vegetable from the ice water, drain, and dry thoroughly. your freezer tempei ture re- mains steady. FluctuatNn (fre- eze, thaw, refreeze) in tempera- ture will adversely affect the qu- ality of the food. When con- tainers are removed from the fre- ezer, thaw in the refrigerator or in a pan of cool running water. It is important to freeze vege- tables dry because extra moist- ure can decrease the quality. Packing and Storing the Food Pack the food in the ap- propriate freezer container. Al- low inch of headspace for dry food and 1 to 2 inches for food covered with liquid. After packing, wipe the top of each package clean. Seal airtight. When filling plastic storage bags, be sure the fruit is covered by the sugar syrup. Remember to "burp" the bag, to expel all of the air before you seal it. This will prevent freezer bum and keep the food from drying out. Label the container with the date and the, name of the Official Practice Test on-demand The Regional Adult Edu- cation Program of Lee, Scott & Norton Public Schools will offer the Official Practice Test (OPT) on-demand at any of our summer classes. Those locations are in Lee County at the Jonesville Adult Learning Center on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am until noon. In Scott County at the Gate City Learning Center on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 am until noon. In Wise County at the Wise Adult Learning Center on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm. For more' information call 877 RACE 2 GED (877.722.3243) or go to wwwxace2ged.org. Coffee Time at ,macy COUCH HOME MEDICAL the Library Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library will host Coffee Time for all area senior citizens. Seniors are invited to Our pharmacy will compete with the big boyst to move the ball some they in the first quarter and second could not get into the end zone. Four of the five Central td's came on big running plays. Logan Collins had two in the first on runs of 57 and 28. He left the game with an injury and played very little in the second half. However, Logan Adkins munity park adjoining the quarter. Reid. Edmonds scored section house. The park will on a five yard run after Collins feature an outdoor mural telling long td jaunt. The extra point try the many stories related to train failed, travel and commerce in Rich- In the second period, Dalton lands from the days of mail Gordon hit Jacob Cornett with a delivery by train and passenger 16 yard pass for the second service on the Clinch Valley Devil td. When Edmonds hit Line to today's continued trans- during the last century," says of oral histories and interviews, Elmes. "I'm interested in learn- ing both the broad historical context of the railroad in Rich- lands, as well as specific human interest stories that symbolize the artist will extensively re- search the history of the Fore- man's Section House and the N & W Railroad by use of his- torical archives, literature, news- the character and perseverance paper articles, photography col- of Richlands' early entrepre, Lec .ons, yearbo ;ks, and what- neurs, cottage residents, and the' ever else com ,s her way. During men who operated the trains and the coming winter months, rode the rails to make a living for their families." Elmes will be available to meet with interested participants in the initial oral history aspect of the Foreman's Section House Park mural project at different times during the months of September, and October and November. Individuals or groups of friends or family members who have stories to tell and in- formation to share are encour- aged to participate. Oral history and memory exchanges with the artist will be held at the Richlands Branch of the Tazewell Public Library, on the following Monday evenings during the hours of 5:00 pm through 8:00 pro; September 17 and 24; October I and 15; November 5 and 19. Saturday sessions from 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-3:30 pm will also be open to interested parti- cipants at the Richlands Branch Library on September 29 and November 17. Additional ses- sions on two Sundays will be offered at the Richlands First Elmes will utilize the accum- ulated material to design a mural for the wall adjoining the down- town Richlands park, and the preparation of the wall will begin in June of 2013, followed by the actual painting of the mural during July and August of next summer. Ellen Elmes and her hus- band, Don, have lived in Bearwallow on Jewell Ridge in Buchanan County for over forty years. In her artist statement, she reflects on her mural career with these words: "My mural painting experience of thirty plus years has proven to be a means of serving the visual voice of communities. The process of making a mural challenges me to translate spoken memories and insights from people in the community into visual stories. It is an exhilarating experience because I am uplifted by the pride and ownership that com- munity residents take in a work forged by truth, collective memory, and common journeys." on Friday night. The game, played at Carl Smith Stadium on the campus of UVa-Wise saw the Warriors put the game away in the second half. Coach David Scammell said, "We played hard in the first half. But mistakes, fumbles, missed defensive assignments cost in the second half." Scammell said some of the inexperienced guys are taking a little longer to learn. The Devils were trailing 21- 14 in the third quarter when they fumbled the ball and Central recovered, it was one of four lost fumbles on the night. Shortly June 16, 1891, the section Railroad - particularly the ember 30 and November 18. All foreman awaited its arrival. Clinch Valley Line passenger sessions are free and open to the . ................. Today, the section foreman's service running through Rich- public. If you would like to house in downtown Richlands lands and beyond, the trans- make an appointment with Warriors run uyl-- Devils will soonbecomethe focusofa portation of coal and other re- Elmes on one of the dates and renovation project administered sources, and the delivery of times listed above, please call through the Virginia Department merchandise and supplies for her at (276) 881.8941. "Walk-in" by Allen Gregory after the fumble Central hit on a period. Steven Saucier tacked of Transportation and the Town downtown businesses, area far- participants are also welcome, Twenty-one unansweredlong pass and the p.a.t, gave the the p.a.t, after each of the of Richlands. mers, and etc. - and concerning with the understanding that there points in the second half sent the Warriors a 14 point lead. Warriors'td s. Included in the renovationthe N & W Section Foreman's may be a waiting period. Warriors of Wise County Central Though the Devils combinedThe Blue Devil scores cameplans is the creation of a corn- cottage and its many residents In addition to the collection to a 35-14 win over Castlewood