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Register Herald (Newspaper) - July 1, 1998, Beckley, West Virginia in the 14A Ken in the lead for the third straight Blueberry desserts the best for this time of West 1,1998 head coach of the Woodrow Wilson Flying Eagles basketball teaches the finer points of the sport to some sixth-grade students Tuesday at the YMCA day camp for Other camps conducted by the YMCA include soccer and Town responsible for stopping water - Greenbrier County Circuit Judge James Rowe ruled Tuesday that the town of Alderson is responsible for stopping water runoff from a spring that destroyed a woman's the the sides delayed a July 7 trial to allow for more deliberation concerning damages in an attempt to settle the Ballard had sued the town for injunctive relief 1995 to force it to stop the flow of water from a spring onto her She claims the runoff has driven her from her home and ruined said the spring began to overflow after the town built a baseball field above her property 14 years After years of failed requests to town council to she filed said the evidence presented at a May 7 injunctive hearing made his decision have a property that rendered Rowe quite apparent the runoff was attributable to the city city in my judgment failed in its duty to the adjacent property town was enjoined from allowing additional runoff onto Ballard's property and was also required to pay Ballard's costs for hydrology tests and other expenses in linking the runoff to the DAMAGE on Page 14A Southern Carolina church assists Andrew small town of located in the southern part of Raleigh received some aid Tuesday from a North Carolina church group that recently announced its of the Rev. Ron Jones and about 20 members of Burlington First Wesleyan Church arrived in Rhodell morning with plenty of the spirit of and a tractor-trailer full of supplies for residents in church which plans three mission trips a discovered the Rhodell area through a call Jones made to the American Red Jones said his congregation had some interest in Appalachia and was searching for someone to contact its volunteer services in West official at the Red Cross referred Jones to Randy director of Raleigh County Community Action Homeless Housh and John executive director of Family Resource had been looking for a service group to help several local Housh said the Burlington church couldn't have expressed its interest at a better RHODELL on Page 14A didn't drop his What did police Sniper shot the - A State Police sniper disabled the rifle of a man threatening himself and troopers by hitting the gun's firing mechanism from 50 yards away in dense police said The man holding the gun was not shot was so accurate the rifle remained in the hands of Elwood Clayton Hyre 38, of said the State Police Sgt. Burkhart of the Romney tried to pull the trigger and there was nothing there to Burkhart Hyre was arrested Monday and charged with malicious assault and two counts of wanton said Trooper D.A. Jenkins of the Keyser from West Virginia and were called in to help search for Hyre and U.S. 50 was closed for about four hours after Hyre allegedly shot another man up to five Jenkins said Hyre on Sunday night allegedly shot Blaine 46, of New Mineral at the residence of whom Hott was Hott was in serious condition at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown on combed the finding Hyre in a wooded section Hyre had his rifle pointed at his head and indicating both that he wanted to take his own life and he wanted us to shoot Jenkins SHOOT on Page 14A AT A THE ASSOCIATED impact of severe storms in West Cecil Underwood has declared a state of emergency In 24 Wirt and least four deaths In Kanawha County have been blamed on the In a 4-month-old baby was swept from his mother's arms and a blind man in a wheelchair was washed off his The baby has not been Paramedics could not get to another man who died of cardiac 16,160 customers remained without power mostly in the central parts of the utility spokesmen in west Human salvage protect what's Annie PRESS - Steven Taylor slept in his car to protect his 79-year-old grandmother's trailer from potential looters thought his fears were justified late in the night as a car crept turned their motor and lights then coasted in front of the Taylor shined my flashlight and they were This was two in the What were they I don't think swollen creeks slowly returned to their banks Tuesday across West residents cleaned up mud and debris from storms that contributed to four including an who died Tuesday of a heart and phone company crews were hampered in their efforts to restore service by high water and a fourth straight day of heavy rains in some A flood watch remained for the northern half of the state Tuesday Cecil Underwood was seeking a federal disaster declaration for 24 of the state's 55 It would make residents and businesses eligible for low-interest FLOODS on Page 14A THE At lightning fills the sky Sunday near 118 Number 364 Inside of Record 3A 1 10B-14B 3: 9-9-4 4: 3-1-8-3 25:0-15-17-20-24-25 Pick 3: 4-1-3 Pick 4: 4-3-3-8 4 10-29-46-61 GOME commodate J II J REACH US ONLINE AT NEWS 255-4400.
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