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Heather Bowens and Jonathan Hamilton Miss Bowens and Mr. Hamilton to exchange vows October 16 Danny and Pare Bowens of Clinchco are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Heather Michelle Bowens, to Jonathan (John) Lee Hamilton, son of Anita Hamilton of St. Paul and Randy Hamilton of Coeburn. The outdoor' wedding is planned for Saturday, October 16 at two o'clock at Keith Mem- orial Park in Nickelsville. CHS, UVa-Wise Bands perform together at football game 9/11 The Castlewood High School' Blue Devil Marching Band" enjoyed a unique musical ex- perience recently when they were the guests of the UVa- Wise Marching ftighland Cava- lier Band and Richard Galyean, UVa-Wise Director of Bands. The Castleood band was invited to perform with the Marching Highla))d Cavaliers at the UVa-Wise v. University of the Cumberlands football game on September 1 1. The Blue De- vil band rehearsed with the Highland Cvaliers at Carl Casffewood band join us," Galyean said. "We really enjoy- ed performing with them, and I am looking forward to seeing some of them become members of the Marching Highland Ca- valiers in the near future." Castlewood High School Blue Devil Marching Band stu- dents who participated included Bridgette McCarty, Hannah Jes- see, Elizabeth Woods, Isaac Dooley, Scotty Million, Tiffany Breeding, Allison Christian, Ashley Huffman, Brian Hurd, Tomi Amburgey and Josh Fox. CHS announces first sixweeks honor roll Laymen Kiser, Jr., principal of Castlewood High School, has announced the names of students whose work has earned them placement on the honor roll for the ftrst six weeks of the school year. GRADE 12: All A's--Lisa Bostic, Lauren Compton, Kara Couch, Laura Couch, Jennifer Fisher, Greg Kiser, Morgan Puttee, Blake Rasnake, Kelsey Riner, Kandee Wallace, C.J. Ward. A&BHeather Castle, Joshua Dupuie, Carlie Fugate, Brandon Jenkins, Danielle Jes- see, Cheyarme Keeter, Jordan Lovelace, Ryan McCall, Kelsey McReynolds, Elizabeth Meade, Aaron Mullins, Logan Osborne, Raquel Phillips, Maria Rose, James Steffey, John Taylor. GRADE 11: All A's---Jared Monk. A&B-ory Browning, Lisa Carpenter, Madison Compton, Devan Crabtree, Maria Fields, Hannah Heaton, Moriah Hillhouse, Ashley Huffman, Aaron Kennedy, Ashley McCarty, Ethan Mub lins, Allison Ring, Amber Rose, Amanda Smith, Rebecca Statzer, Allison Trent, Tyler Trent, Damian-.Whited, Eliza- beth Woods. GRADE 10: All A's--- Dalton Addington, Kevin Burke, Megan Hall, Mackenzie Trent. A&B--Chelsea Bise, Tiffany Caste,l, Chase Chaf'm, Corey France, Isaac Gibson, Britmey Hall, Andrea Mullins, Makayla Salyer, Olivia Sproles, Holly Statzer, Sarah Wilson. GRADE 9: All A's-- Summer Cook, Korey Purtee. A&B--Tyler Carter, Danny Cook, Haley Crabtree, Amber Edwards, Dakota Hayes, Alexis Kennedy, Walker Long, Tori Mays, Morgan. Mullins, Caitlin Phillips, Candace Phillips. GRADE 8: All A's---Kacie Jesse•, Bridgette McCarty. A&BTomi Amburgey, Wil- liam Bostic, Heaven Parridgen, Damien Patrick, Chelsea Phillips, Jared Ring. Smith Stadium and enjoyed a cookout with their band mem- bers and staff. The combined bands archedinto Carl Smith Stadium fogether and performed The StaLiSped Banner as part of the Marching Highland Cavaliers' pre-game show. The Blue Devil band spent the first half of the lbotball game with the Hihland Cavaliers perform- ing in the stands, then watched thee High)and Cavaliers' halftime ow. A sudden downpour lought an e4nd to the band's Ik . , . anvmes for the evening. "We were thrilled to have the 1 Wise County Sheriff's Report Your ad could be here! Also attending were several The Wise County Sheriff's Co,1 ...... a Band ,,arents band Office reports, the following instructional assistant Jon He- actwies.^tor me .noo^.ox ........... UYlZIIZUIUTIEOUA 14.O./zO 1 O. wars, and uH Lnrecwr or Wise Central Dispatch received a Bands Ric Burns. ' . ..... total of 1,224 ea forthis seven- " ........  day period. Of" the" total calls received 360 were dispatched to the Sheriff's Office. Total number of Domestic calls for this period was 15. Criminal Process for the same period served 22 Felony Warrants, 54 Misde- meanor Warrants, 2 DUI Arrest awg Gone Laundry 276-762-5251 276-591-6859 64 Creech Drive, Castlewood Free pickup and delivery re you tired of spending all your valuable lime washirlg, drying, folding and ironing? Let lhe pups of Dawg Gone Laundry do the work tor you. Laundry bags provided. It Ernie's Drug and Gills Phone 762-5800 Ernie Keith, Pharmacist Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY i Pharmacy & Your Health k Medications Taken for High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is generally defined in adults by a easurement above 140/90 on at least 2 separate readings. The first er top n,Jmbr is the systolic blood pressure and represents the p.,;, ,r,, ; +):. :P.iies at the time the heart beats or contracts. The bttm nur, ber is diasto)ic blood pressure and represents the pssure in the arteries between heart beats, or when the heart is rdlaxed A nerrn blood pressure reading is less than 120180. For tl' majority of persons with the condition, the exact cause is ulknown. 'ersons with high blood pressure should decrease the amount of sllt from the diet, avoid excessive alcohol intake, and participate in rlulr aerobi.;- exercises, it is also important to take medications that are {_.r:$crib:-:d to treat high blood pressure, even if there are no Ii sptv:,s, because this can reduce the risk of a stroke or heart aack. When beginning' treatment for high blood pressure, a thazide diuretic (such as hydrochlorothiazide (Microzide)), calcium cPannel blocker (such as verapamil (Calan, Verelan)), ACE inhibitor (s-ch as ramipril (Altace)), or angiotensin II receptor blocker (such a candesartan (Atacand)) may be prescribed. In order to achieve a mre normal pressure, more than one type of medication may be prscribed. q We Now Carry $1  a Great Selection of $1.00 itemsl dl See us for all your health and beauty needs , PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 The Santa Train Tradition-back by The Kingsport Area Chain- through January 1, 2011, at Food bet of Commerce and Food City are proud to announce the return • of The Santa Train Tradition, a special children's book inspired by one of the region's most, anti- cipated holiday traditions. The well crafted children's book was written by local author Leigh Anne W. Hoover, a longtime Kingsport resident, and beau- fifully illustrated by Carol Bates Murray of Marion. For the past two years, the polular book has been a holiday feature in Food City stores along the 110-mile route. Back by popular demand, the book will be available for sale in select Food City locations during the 2010 Christmas season. "We are so proud to have the opportunity to again aid in the support of such a great tradition that benefits so many of our area children," said Steven C. Smith, Food City president and CEO, "We would love to give back even more this year!" The Santa Train Tradition tells the story of seven-year-old Ben Massey and his annual family tradition of walking to meet the Santa Train on the chilly Saturday morning before Thanksgiving. "Capturing the essence of this renowned Appalachian Christmas tradition in a chil- dren's book has been my privilege and my pleasure," said Hoover. "I hope that The Santa Train Tradition will become a treasured holiday keepsake for many families." The book retails for $11.99 and will be available for sale • City locations in Pikeville, Church Hill, Kingsport, Johnson City, Gray and Jonesborough and Weber City and St. Paul. Books can also be purchased at the Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce. "This is the first children's book about the Santa Train and the rich history behind it," said Food City Store Manager and Santa Train Co-chair Ed.Moore. Again this year, a percentage of the book's proceeds will benefit the Santa Train Sch- olarship and the Literacy Coun- cil of Kingsport. Each year a high school senior along the 110-mile route of the Santa Train is awarded a $5,000 college scholarship. To date, Food City has presented proceeds exceed- ing $9,500 to representatives of the Kingsport Chamber Found- ation to benefit the Santa Train Scholarship. "Leigh Anne Hoover not only has gifted us with this one of a kind children's book, but she teamed up with our friends at Food City to give us a gift that will allow students to attend college. That is an amazing gift," said Miles Burdine, Kingsport Chamber president and CEO. Months before the Santa Train leaves the station, vol- unteers are busy collecting, separating and packing donated toys and gifts, which are shipped from all-across the country in preparation for the much anti- cipated event. Originating in 1943, the Santa Train has been winding its way through the Codang with by Hea00 and worked 2 Traffic Accident. Civil process for this period served 532 Civil Papers. During this seven-day period 26 additional Criminal Investi- gations were initiated and 34 were cleared by arrest. The Sheriff's Office provided 131 man-hours of Court Room Security for the three courts and the courthouse. The Sheriff's Office tran- sported 0 adult in state, 3 adult out of state, 4 mental patient, and 2 juveniles for a total of 9 transports, involving 23.25 hours. The Sheriff's Office unlocked 2 vehicles and escorted 7 funeral during this seven-day period. SESAME CHEESE BALL- 2-8 oz. cream cheese, softened 1 ½ cups finely shredded cheddar cheese ½ cup finely chopped celery 1/3 cup finely chopped onion ½ teas. garlic salt ½ teas. seasoned salt V teas. hot pepper sauce 1/3 cup sesame seeds, toasted Combine cream cheese, . cheddar cheese, celery, onion, garlic salt, seasoned salt and hot pepper sauce, beat until well blended. Shape into a ball; roll in sesame seeds. Cover and refrigerate for 15-20 minutes. Serve with assorted crackers. EASY VEGETABLE SOUP l lb. ground beef 1 onion, chopped l can (28 oz.) diced toma- toes, do not drain 1 pkg. (16 oz.) frozen vege- table blend 1 can (16 oz.) kidney beans, do not drain 1 can (14 1/2 oz.) beef broth I envelope lace seasoning 1 garlic clove, minced shredded cheddar cheese, optional ½ cup diced pepperoni (optional) In a large pan, cook beef and onion over medium heat until meat is no longer pink, drain. Add tomatoes, vegetables, beans, broth, lace seasoning and garlic; add pepperoni. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer. Garnish with cheese, if desired. Serve with tortilla chips or crackers. MACAROON KISSES 1/3 cup butter, softened • 1-3 oz. cream cheese, soft- ened • . .__Y, cup sug ........ Tune in to WLRV everyday for upcoming and exciting events happening in your area. All your favorite music: Country, Gospel, Bluegrass, and Rock-N-Roll Oldies all on 1380 AM and Charier Cable Channel 16 "Your Friendly Neighborhood Radio Station. " Log on to WLRV@Mounet.com. P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 wlrv.com Phone (276) 8891380 Fax (276) 889-1388 1 egg yolk 2 teas. orange juice 2 teas. almond extract 1 Ό cups all-purpose flour 2 teas. baking powder Ό teas. salt 1 (14 oz.) flaked coconut, divided 1 pkg. (13 oz.) milk chocolate kisses Cream butter, cream cheese and sugar. Beat in egg yolk, orange juice and extract. Com- bine flour, baking powder and salt; gradually add to the creamed mixture. Stir in 3 2/3 cups coconut. Cover and refrig- erate for 30 minutes or until easy to handle. Roll into 1 inch bails, then roll in remaining coconut. Bake 350* for 12-15 minutes or until the edges are lightly brown. Immediately press a chocolate kiss into center of each. APPLE CHERRY COBBLER 1 egg, beaten ½ cup sugar ½ cup milk 2 tbsp. oil l cup all-purpose flour 2 Ό teas. baking powder I can apple pie filling 1 can cherry pie filling I tbsp. lemon juice 1 teas. vanilla Combine egg, sugar, milk popular demand! mountains of Appalal:hia for more than 67 years. "he trad- ition started as a way/to show appreciation to resilents of Southwest Virginia an Eastern Kentucky for shoppin in Kings- port. The Santa Train is(an annual project sponsored by CSX Transportation, Food City, Kids Wish Network and th( Kingsport Tennessee Area CI amber of Commerce. It deliver ; more than 15 tons of donated gifts, toys, clothing, and candk  along the train's route from St dby, KY to Kingsport. For more information on The Santa Train Tradition, visit www.thesantatraintradition.com. For continuous/updates about the Santa Train, p/lease visit the. Kingsport Chamber on Face- book, Twiter and www.KingsportCamber.org. Find more on the Facebook fan page, The santa Train and on Twitter @The Snta Train. The Kingsport Area Cham- ber of Commerce is a private, non-profit busiaess organization comprised of/ nearly 1,000 members. The Kingsport Cham- ber's mission is to utilize resources and focus efforts on enhancing a s'ong and viable business envir()nment for the Kingsport are. For more information on the Kingsport Chamber, visit www.Kingsport( 2hamber.org or call (423) 3!)2-8800. We're social too: fol aw us on our Facebook page, Your Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce and on our q Witter account, @,kptchamber. Appala(',hian Strings at Country Cabin ..... The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature Appalachian Strings on Saturday, October 16. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and over) and $1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday 'night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 .pro, live bluegrass music from the best in local bands is featured. Dancing includes clogging, two-step, free- style, broom dances and cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play halftime breaks. The Country Cabin is located one and one-half miles west of Norton (between Norton and Appalachia). Watch for signs. Events at the Country Cabin are sponsored by Appalachian Traditions, Inc., a non-profit organization. No alcohol is per- .mitted. For more information, call 276-679-3541. Jam sessions are held each Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free admission. All musicians and spectators welcome. Country Line Dance and Two Step Night will be Thursday, October 21 from 7-10 p.m. Admission is $3. One line dance routine will be taught during intermission. For info call (276) 679-3541 or (276) 679-5559. and oil. Combine flour and •••••••0••0••••,•• baking powder; add to egg • • • IlOlHil.eIllJill*dlllll • mixture and blend well. Pour • . intO a greased baking Pan'•" Cinema CitY" Combine pie fillings, lemon • • juice and vanilla. Spoon over * Stadium Theatres batter.  276 6794252" Topping Movie H0tline = * 1/3 cup brown sugar * Located in Downtown Norton, VA . 3 tbsp. flour . " nortoncigema.com : lteas, cinnamon •• *********** i 2 tbsp. butter, softened • ( lrllESOllU, lffirRK ,,-,, ] Combine all together. Sprin- • • DALY: 4:30 - 7:00 • 9:35 P SAT-SUN: 1:15 ° 4:30 * 7:00 kle over filling. Bake 350 ° for 40 * 9:a5 M to 45 minutes oruntil done. i i YI011T011[I[ ii] • DALLY: 4:50 - 7:10 ° 9:25 PM • SAT-SUN: 12:15 " 2:40 ° 4:50 e Rabies Clinics .. pal i-7- o...,,o ,. 0,oo ]i • SAT-SUN: 1:30 • 4:10 • 6:45 • 9:30 PM • • I i ' • DALLY: 4:55 * 7:20 * 9:40 PM • SAT-SUN: 12:10 • 2:35 • 4:55 o 7:20 Dr. F. B. Gent It will hold : 9:40 0M three rabies clinics on Snnday i ( '''Fm''--'--" ] DALLY: 5:00 • 7:05 PM after-noon, October 17. Rabies SAT-SUN: 12:20"2:30"5:00 7:05 RVI and Distemper/Rabies shots will be offered for both dogs and cats. The clinics will be held at the Cleveland Park along the Clinch River at 1:30 p.m.; at the old Clinclifield Building in Dante at 2 p.m.; and at the Castlewood "[ ]" • lib e0-n • DALLY: 4:40 * 7:15 - 9:45 PM • • SAT-SUN: 12:05 * 2:20 " 4:40 • 7:15 • • 9:45 PM • • f UI AS In KII IT I,|41 ) • • L DAILY: 4:45 * 7:30 * 9:50 PM j • • SAT-SUN: 12:00 * 2:25 * 4:45 • • 7:30 * 9:50 RVI • • I ILfyA P|-ll J • • DAILY: 9:20 RVI • schools at 3 ;45 p.m.  I llllnf u J  THOR (10-21): MIDNIGHT • Owners are asked to leave : BE THE FIRST TO SEEIll • pets in their vehicles to decrease the number of "disagreements" between animals. Dr. Gent will admires" tar the shots to the dog or cat within the vehicle. Available will be one-year rabies shots at $10 for dogs and cats; two-year rabies shots for dogs and cats at $20; and distemper/rabies combination shots for both dogs and cats at $15.00. Pets under 12 months of age may be vaccinated with only the one-year rabies shot. [ ] • ILlllllY POTTER & TIlE e e • BMTIILY HIILLOWS PILIRT 1 = • • THUR (11-10): MIDNIGHT • • ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALEIII • ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND . . . . s