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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES Re-use your Christmas trees after the holidays When the holidays are over, you could chuck your Christmas tree into the woods or take it to the dump, but there are plenty of ways you can repurpose it. Horticulturalist Mark Viette in Augusta County is no stranger to reusing items in his landscape, including his Christmas trees. Viette appears on Virginia Farm Bureau Federation's week- ly television program, Real Virginia. One way to reuse ever- green trees, Viette said, is to set them out in your gar- den. He recommended putting a tall post into the ground and securing the tree trunk to the post to hold it upright. "The reason this is a good thing to do is it gives a place for birds during the winter months to hide," he said. "This is really great if you don't have any ever- greens in the garden." Consider decorating the tree for the birds by hang- ing strings of cranberries or St. Paul, Va. Thursday, December 29, 2016 Page 7 popcorn, bird seed bagel evergreen branches from rings or slices of fruit from holiday decorations can be the boughs, used to protect plants in the Viette also suggested garden, Viette said. putting the tree near a bird "Take evergreen feeder, as it will provideboughs, and lay them over birds with cover from tender plants such as predators. In the spring it chrysanthemums. One to will be ready for the kin- two layers over plants dling and compost piles, helps keep some of the heat Additionally, leftover in the ground. These boughs make wonderful blankets for the plants." They also can protec over-eager daffodils tha[ sometimes pop up during warm spell in the winter, and they can help protect evergreen perennials from winter burn during cold, dry days in January and February. Loan repayment program to help veterinarians in underserved areas Due to a continuing shortage of large animal veterinar- ians in rural areas, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture is seeking nominations for its Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program. The VMLRP helps qualified veterinarians offset a sig- nificant portion of their college debt in exchange for their service in high-priority shortage areas. To determine which veterinarians are in need of the loan repayment program, the NIFA is seeking nomina- tions for shortage areas in 2017..Each state's top animal" health official has until Feb. 8 to nominate underserved areas for the program. For 2016, the following Virginia counties were deemed in critical need of large animal vets: Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott and Wise. Counties with a moderate need were Alleghany, Bath, Bland, Highland, Patrick, Smyth and Tazewell. A growing shortage of large animal veterinarians has been a problem for more than a decade, and the Virginia- Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine and Virginia Farm Bureau Federation have lobbied for a solution. "We've found that in rural areas especially, our live- stock farmers have had trouble getting quick access to a vet because there just aren't enough to go around," said Wilmer Stoneman, VFBF associate director of govem~ mental relations. "It's crucial for our farmers to have rep: utable vet care, and that's why this loan repayment pro= gram is so important. Giving an incentive for vets to prac'- tice in these underserved areas should go a long way toward reduc g the shortage.' .... Qualifying veterinarians who agree to provide services in shortage situations for at least three years are eligible tO receive up to $25,000 of their student loan debt per year. Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... rk/ 4" We are pledged to St. Paul, VA the letter and spirit Reference and of Virginia's and deposit required. HUD's equal No pets.' Call 276- opportunity hous- 762-7159. ing policies.12-1-tfncg Virginia's fair housing law makes' Notice it illegal to adver- tise any preference, limitation or dis- T R U S T E E ' S crimination based SALE OF 3524 on race, color, reli-FAIRFAX ROAD, gion, national ori- COEBURN, VA gin, sex, elderly- 24230. In execution ness, familial statusof a certain deed of or handicap. This trust dated March newspaper will not 25, 2013, in the knowingly accept original principal advertising for real estate that violates amount of the fair housing $ 2 4 3,0 0 0.0 0 recorded in the law. Our readers are hereby informed Clerk's Office, that all dwellingsCircuit Court for advertised in thisWise County, newspaper are Virginia as available on an Instrument No. equal opportunity 201301053 . The basis. For more undersigned information about Substitute Trustee Virginia's Fair will offer for sale at Housing Law or to file a fair housing public auction in complaint, call the the front of the Virginia Fair Circuit Court build- Housing Office at ing for Wise (804) 367-8530. County and the Toll free call (888) City of Norton, 206 551-3247. For the East Main Street, hearing impaired, Wise, Virginia on call (804) 527- January 23, 2017 , 4290. at 3:30 PM, the Mobile Homes propertydescribed for Rent in said deed of trust, located at the F O R R E N T : above address, and mobile homes, 2 & more particularly 3 BR. Located in described as fol- lows: ALL THAT VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION REPORT The following jobs are available through the Norton Virginia Employment Commission: #955735 - Market Leader - Wise # 955323 - Service Technician - Duffield #957082 - General Laborer - Norton #955208 - Public Housing Manager - Scott County #957394 - Prep Plant Foreman - Sigmon #957400 - Prep Plant Foreman - Sigmon #956907 - Maintenance Technician - Haysi #957618 - Truck Driver - Norton #955288- OTR Truck Driver - Duffield For more details on these and other current job orders, visit the Virginia Workforce Connection website, www.vawc.virginia.gov, come by the Norton local office of the Virginia Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@ vec.virginia.gov, or call 276-679-9413 2.16 ACRE TRACT OR PAR- CEL OF LAND, WITH IMPROVE- MENTS THERE- ON SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN THE LIPPS MAGISTE- RIAL DISTRICT OF WISE COUN- TY, VIRGINIA, AND BEING FUR- T H E R DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING A NEW LINE AT AN IRON PIN IN THE NORTHERN EDGE OF FAIR- FAX ROAD, STATE ROUTE 832; THENCE WITH THE JAMES HALL LINE N 11 58" 50" W 30.00 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 78 DEGREES 01" 10" E 50.98 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 81 DEGREES 49" 00" E 52.65 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 85 DEGREES 20" 50" E 161.01 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 82 DEGREES 11" 20" E 201.68 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 74 DEGREES 21" 20" E 206.93 FEET TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE AND CORNER WITH JAMES HALL LINE AND FRED GREEAR LINE THEN WITH FRED GREEAR LINE S 6 DEGREES 00" 00" W 303. 90 FEET TO AN IRON PIN, CORNER WITH GREEAR AND JAMES HALL; THENCE A NEW LINE N 75 DEGREES 18" 10" W 270.85 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 41 DEGREES 54" 40" E 77.22 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 16 DEGREES 56" 00" W 156.13 FEET TO A LOCUST; THENCE N 46 DEGREES 12" 50" W 75.75 FEET TO A LUCUST; THENCE N 66 DEGREES 26" 20" W 69.99 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 85 DEGREES 20" 50" W 152.64 FEET TO A HICKORY" THENCE S 81 DEGREES 49" 00" W 48.27 FEET TO AN IRON PIN IN EDGE OF FAIR- FAX ROAD, STATE ROUTE 832; THENCE WITH SAID ROAD S 78 DEGREES 01" 10" W 50 FEET TO THE POINT BEGINNING AND Stonebriar Accepting Applications Newly renovated 1 and 2 bedroom umts Rent based on haeome Smoke free property Utilities paid Apply at Wise County Redevelopment & Housing Authority central office at 107 L~tchfield Street NW Coeburu~ VA 24230 Call 395-6104 ..... 762-5624 ........ ".UMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS CMCSB is currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree and licensed posRtons~ Please visR our website at www~cmcsb.com for more information on our organization, and to view details of employment opportuntties~ CMCSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. II CONTAINING 2.16 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bid- der's deposit of ten percent (10%) of the sale price or ten percent (10%) of the original princi- pal balance of the subject deed of trust, whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be present at the time of the sale. The bal- ance of the pur- chase price will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Purchaser's deposit may be forfeited to Trustee. Time is of the essence. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be enti- tled to a retum of the deposit paid. The Purchaser may, if provided by the terms of the Trustee's Memorandum of Foreclosure Sale, be entitled to a $50 cancellation fee from the Substitute Trustee, but shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attor- ney. Additional terms to be announced at the sale. A form copy of the Trustee's memorandum of foreclosure sale and contract to pur- chase real property is available for viewing at www.bwwsales.co m. This is a com- munication from a debt collector and any information obtained will be used for that pur- pose. The sale is subject to seller confirmation. Substitute Trustee: Equity Trustees, LLC, 2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 402, Arlington, VA 22201. 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