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Beckley Register Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 2015, Beckley, West Virginia Sheu looking to go from Good to great for Wavu this season sports i Page i friends of Era dinner set for sept. 12 local i Page 2acommissioners offer opinions on fire fee Region i Page 3a to the k of Kef Lviv Julij a la Friday August 14, 2015 Jerald Beckley West Virginia a single copy $1.00 Mobile Herald Blankenship defense requesting charges be tried separately by Wendy Holdren Register Herald reporter if a Federal judge decides to allow evidence of the april 2010 explosion at upper big Branch mine in the trial of former Massey Energy ceo Don Blankenship defense attorneys Are asking the court to try count one conspiracy separately from counts two and three making false statements to securities regulators and investors. In a july 24 motion the defense asked for All Abb evidence to be excluded from the Case arguing it would be unfair and prejudicial. Because Blankenship is not charged with causing the explosion defense attorneys contend evidence relating to the explosion May mislead jurors and imply that he is responsible for the explosion and the 29 resulting deaths. Prosecutors responded aug. I arguing explosion evidence is essential to show the context of the false statements and omissions with which Blankenship is charged in counts two and three. A the fact and severity of the explosion As Well As the nature and degree of Public information dispersed directly after the explosion Are essential to the element of materiality in those charges a wrote . Assistant attorney Steve Ruby in his response. See Blankenship. 10a Don Blankenship i fair change Shady Fra Corn stand is a victim of earlier school term Mck Barbero the Register Terald As one mom takes video Beckley kids boarded the school bus on Westwood drive. Thursday was the first Day of classes in Raleigh Fayette. Summers and Wyoming county schools. Districts Are getting an earlier Start in Hopes of meeting the 180-Days of classes mandate without extending them Well into june this coming Spring. School officials believe they have hot classroom potential on ice by Michelle James Register Herald lifestyles editor Fairlea a for More than 30 years purchasing an ear of delicious masted com from the Shady Spring High school future Farmers of America has been a tradition for Many visitors to the state fair of West Virginia. As crowds hit the Fairgrounds today for the Start of the 10-Day summer tradition however find thai although they can still walk away with the fresh hot buttery fair Staple the faces handing it to them will look a bit different. See Corn 2a by Jessica Farrish Register Herald reporter students across Southern West Virginia Are counting Down the last Days of summer while inside their classrooms. Schools opened Early for 2015-2016 to accommodate a state Law that requires students to be in the classroom for 180 Days each year. In Raleigh county maintenance workers Are still working to make Sun Many older facilities Are Cool for the remainder of hot weather Raleigh schools superintendent David Price said wednesday. School started thursday in Raleigh county where temperatures were expected to be in the mid-80s from today through wednesday. Fyie said that some schools done to have adequate air conditioning available. A a we be taken Steps this summer to address concerns with our schools that did no to have fully air conditioned facilities Quot see hot 10a jurors hear from seven state witnesses see grisly photos of victims body by Wendy Holdren Register Herald reporter the state began presenting evidence thursday in the first degree murder trial of 32-year-old Brian Daniel Hayslett including testimony from seven witnesses a recorded 911 phone Call and grisly photos of the body of 35-year-old victim Rhonda Mccoy. During the morning session of the trial Raleigh county prosecuting attorney Kristen Keller told jurors in her opening statements she intends to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Hayslett acted with malice and premeditation weather in the june 19, 2011, stabbing death of Mccoy. Keller said Hayslett lived on Coal City Road in a trailer owned by his Girlfriend Lisa Meador. A neighbouring trailer was occupied by Jeffrey Redden. Keller a version of the events Are As follows several people including Mccoy were a a partying at reddens residence. While Meador was out playing poker machines Hayslett went to Redden s trailer. An argument ensued by tween Hayslett and see photos 10a Mao davis/1 he re Gister Herald workers Nick Randall above from North Carolina and an Illinois resident who wished Only to be identified As Seattle below work to assemble a cards wheel during preparations for this years state fair wednesday afternoon in Fairlea. Inside today 9r226 22222 volume 136 number 54 mostly sunny with a 2ft i Chance of rain High to. I Jow 50. I mull in at Kia 9a Honos Corts .88 9a new or Ida Cunt. 9-12b opinion 4a 88 sports .1-48 Lasvsa stats a Union. 3a a sans. 6a stoats a history 9a to Levmon Tam i ame Tow. It Industrial drive. I m h v ism Mhz. H no Eta wet men Ter. Com tax to a news hotline 304 255 4400 a to subscribe Call 304 255 4444 or 800 950-0250

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