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! Pictured at the Farmers Market during the unveiling of the mural are (left to right): Brittany Dorton, Evan Helton, Courtney Tignor, Emily Bartley, Morgan Wallace Gilbert (Instructor), Summer Mitchell, Ashley Killen, Justina Deel, and Emily Helton. Students not shown who were associated with the project include: Mat Addair, Clayton Smith, Ethan Jessee, Jessica Osborne, Kaitlin Browning, Justin Addington, and Samantha Joyce. Castlewood High School news Visit the new school website October 14: Breakfast, at chicken biscuit; Lunch, pork rib at on whole grain bun; JV football Celebrate My Drive begins Twin Springs (away). October 18-October 26. The October 15: Breakfast, project will remind the biscuit and gravy; Lunch, pizza; community 2N2:2 eyes on the JV/varsity volleyball Twin road and 2 hands on the wheel Springs. when driving. Log on to October 16: Breakfast, Facebook and friend Castlewood bacon, egg and cheese biscuit; FBLA for more information. Lunch, beef taco. Updates may also be found on October 17: Breakfast; honey the new school website bun; Lunch, grilled cheese; JV http://chs.russell.k football Central (away); CHS is going to participate JV/Varsity volleyball Eastside in the Food City School Bucks (away). again this year. Please register October 18: Breakfast, pizza your card for Castlewood High Lunch, hamburger or cheese School. If you registered in burer; varsity football Lebanon previous years, you must register your card again. Be sure to stop by the CHS library today and check out the new books. The Mortal Instruments series is now available including Divergent, the debut novel of American author Veronica Roth and the first installment in the Divergent trilogy. Divergent is set within a dystopian version of Chicago. The novel has been compared to similar young adult books such as The Hunger Games because of its theme and target audience. Sport passes are available in the office for (all sports) home games - Student Pass $65.00, Singe Pass $100.00, Family Pass $200.00. School wide 75*/. SOL test scores across the board...- Organized fun, free day for all students this spring. Sign-up for in the car Drivers Ed. They must have completed the classroom course and the 45 hour driving log. Sign up in the office with their parent and $60.00. October 9: Breakfast, bacon, egg and cheese biscuit; lunch Sloppy Joe on a bun; Flu shots 8:30-11:30. October 10: Breakfast, honey bun; Lunch pizza; JV/varsity volleyball Thomas Walker. October 11: Breakfast, pizza Lunch, spaghetti; Varsity football John I. Burton (away). chicken biscuit; Lunch, pizza; November 8 SOL window for those students who need to retake SOLs for verified unit; JV football Clintwood (away); Blue Devil Drama Team will be presenting Freak on Wednesday, October 23 during first period. Admission will be $2.00. October 22: Breakfast, biscuit and gravy; Lunch, chicken nuggets; JV/varsity volleyball Clintwood. October 23: Breakfast, bacon, egg and cheese biscuit; Lunch, ground beef-n-macaroni. October 24: Breakfast, honey bun; Lunch, mini corn dogs. October 25: Breakfast, pizza; (away). Lunch, oven bilked ham/rolls; October 21: Breakfast, varsity football Honaker (away). RCCC to host Homemade for the Holidays Arts & Craft Show Come shop for beautifully crafted items and find that special gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list at the Homemade for the Holidays Arts & Craft Show on November 1 and 2 at the Russell County Conference Center located in Lebanon. Hotnemade for the Holidays will be open to the public from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, November 1 and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 2. This event will offer the general The School Bucks Program 2012-2013 was very successful for Copper Creek Elementary School. The money earned from the program allowed the school to install a new security camera system throughout their building which can be continuously mon- itored from the school office. Parents, other family mem- bers, and friends should be com- mended for taking the time to register their Food City public the chance to buy or sell one-of-a-kind, handmade holi- day items or gently used holiday dcor. Reservations are still being accepted for vendor space. Only a few available spaces are left. Each space offers a 10xl0 area with a table provided and will cost $15. Vendors may bring new, handmade holiday items or gently used holiday items to sell. For more information on this event or to reserve a space, please contact 276-889-8180. School Bucks at Copper Creek ValuCard for the school. With the start of a new school year the School Bucks Program for 2013-2014 has kicked off at Food City stores in the area, and everyone must register their Food City ValuCard again for the new school year. Ntt' surgical help fi,r MACULAR DEGENERATION Call to see if you are a candidate for "N the Implantable miniature telescope Free phone consultation with Dr. Armstrong, Optometrist Offices in: Roanoke, Charlottesvilh 5 Harrisonburg, Wytheville Here to serve I Hamilton Pharmacy. il& Couch Home 00Medical r pharmacy will compete with the big boys[ Plus we have-jewelry and watches also a wide selection of much needed $1 items! We are buying gold and coins. Top dollar paid! 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 276-762-908t Foreign buyers notification Jeanne Presley, USDA Farm Service Agency Acting Executive Director reminds Russell, Wise, Dickenson, Tazewell and Buch- anan County producers that the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act (AFIDA) requires all foreign owners of U.S. agricultural land to report their holdings to the Secretary of Agriculture. 'The Farm Service Agency administers this program for USDA. All individuals who are not U.S. citizens, and have purchased or sold agricultural land in the county are required to report the transaction to FSA within 90 days of the closing. Failure to submit the AFIDA form (FSA- 153) could result in civil penalties of up to 25 percent of the fair market value of the property. County government offices, realtors, attorneys and others involved in real estate transactions are reminded to notify foreign investors of these reporting requirements. Coffee T00me at 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 stop by the library from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and have a cup 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 loeal 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. CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, October 10, 2013 Page 5 Candidate for House of Delegates vows to fight for coal Ben Chafin, running in the Fourth District for the House of Delegates, recently announced his commitment to the people of the Southwest coal industry Virginia and to coal fightmin_ for ers. The candidate recently toured coal deep mining and natural gas operations and met with many workers in those industries. "Coal is the lifeblood of this region and our natural gas reserves help supply the answer to energy independence for our nation. I promise to fight for these leading industries and job providers here in Southwest Virginia." The candidate also comment- ed that the coal and natural gas industries create a huge econo- mic impact in Southwest Vir- ginia and provide much needed jobs. Like many Southwest Virginians, Charm is concerned that federal over regulation of the coal and natural gas in- dustries is jeopardizing the future of Southwest Virginia "Due to our proximity to coal and natural gas reserves our region's electricity rates are comparatively low which not only helps our residents but also Wise County Sheriff's Report The Wise County Sheriff's Office reports the following activities for the period of 9/23/2013 through 9/29/2013. Wise Central Dispatch received a total of 1746 calls for this seven- day period. Of the total calls received 331 were dispatched to the Sheriff's Office. .Total number of Domestic calls for this period was 11. Criminal Prbcess for the same period served 28 Felony Warrants, 36 Misde- meanor Warrants, 1 DUI Arrest and worked 6 Traffic Accident. Civil process for this period served 437 Civil Papers. During this seven-day period 7 additional Criminal Investi- gations were initiated and 29 were cleared by arrest. The Sheriff's Office provided 181 man-hours of Court Room Security for the three courts and the courthouse, The Sheriff's Office tran- sported 0 adult in state, 1 adult out of state, 3 mental patient, and 4 juveniles for a total of 8 transports, involving 21 hours. The Sheriff's Office unlocked 18 vehicles and escorted 4 funerals during this seven-day period. Matt Ogburn, campaign manager on left and Ben Chafin, Candidate for House of Delegates, on right. : serves to attract job creating attack. I vow to do everything !I industries. If senseless over regulation causes us to have to turn to outside sources of electricity our region's job creation efforts will stop in their tracks." Candidate Chafin has re- ceived support from the coal industry and coal miners as well as the natural gas industry and landowners that receive income from gas development. Chafin stated that many of his law firm clients are coal miners or work in coal-related service jobs and each of those jobs Support a family and boost the economic good of the community. "I support the safe and sound production of coal, but the coal industry is constantly under can to support the coal industry and miners and will advocate any and all clean coal tech- nologies to keep the demand for coal viable and address any legitimate concerns raised by consumers. Right now, the federal imood is to kill coal, not work to make it cleaner and better. That is a huge mistake and if not corrected will come back to haunt us in the form of regional poverty, the out migration of young people and increased dependence upon foreign Sources of energy." 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