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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 14, 2015, Bluefield, West Virginia A legendary editor inducted into Wypa Hall of flame staff reports it this legacy lives on today and will con stat photo by Jon Bolt renovation. Concord University Bonner scholars Kaitlin Flannery Brandy Snow and Emily Davis remove debris from the Renaissance theatre in Princeton thursday afternoon. The Bonner scholars and other groups have donated time to help with the ongoing renovation of the historic theatre. File photo Hall of Fame inductee. Tom Colley the late executive editor of the Bluefield daily Telegraph is pictured in this file photograph. G Harleston a Tom Colley an editor whose a virtue integrity ethics and service Are certainly legendary a was formally inducted thursday into the West Virginia press associations Hall of Fame by Bluefield daily Telegraph editor Samantha Perry. Colley served As the executive editor of the Bluefield daily Telegraph from 1985 until the time of his death in 2009. He now joins an elite list of outstanding state journalists As a member of the we pay a prestigious Hall of Fame. A Tom was an inspirational editor and a Public servant in the truest of forms a Perry who was hired by Colley in december of 1989, said. A the continues to be missed a by his staff by Tine to Shine Forth in the lives he touched with his fatherly Demeanour and editors red a Samantha Perry Bluefield daily Telegraph editor his family by his friends and by his paper. Tonight it is one of my proudest moments to induct Tom Colley into the West Virginia press Hall of Fame. Thank you Tom for sharing your love and knowledge of journalism with me and the Many other reporters and editors who were blessed to work with your during your career. Your lessons continue to live on daily in the pages of your paper a Perry was joined by daily Telegraph publisher Randy Mooney for the Hall of Fane induction ceremony held at the culture Center at the West Virginia Capitol Complex. Members of Colleys family including his wife Frances his son Kevin his daughter in Law Michele his granddaughters Zoe and Erika and his sister Peggy Claridge and her husband Wilbur Claridge also were in attendance for the ceremony a Tom and i often talked of the telegraphs Brand and inducted a-5prafwtb pails �?~75 cents la a a a but online unchanged 128 volume 3.2 b Nash a diary advanced 1,232 Mac Linda 1,568 unchanged 160 volume 16b a moviegoers scared with Leaf Blower Newport Beach Calif. Apr Newport Beach police have questioned four people in connection with a scare at a movie theater that occurred when someone started a Leaf Blower that Many mistook for a Chainsaw. The Orange county Register reported wednesday that no arrests have been made but the four Are cooperating with investigators. Police say they turned themselves in for questioning after surveillance photos were released. Investigators had previously described the people in the photos As from 15 to 20 years old. Police spokeswoman Jennifer Manzella says detectives Are not treating the incident As a harmless prank. Three people had minor injuries in the panicked Rush to get out of the theater during the showing of a the gift Quot sunday night. Police responded to multiple 911 Calls. The suspects fled through an emergency exit. Iwo get prison for drug 14, 2015 of today. Mostly sunny with a High near 82. Light Southeast wind. Later partly Cloudy with a Low around 60. Sports. Feeling blessed Asbury a grabs Blue Tornado b-1 Market watch aug 13, 201s Dow Jones 6.74 industrials 17,408 25 Nash a -10.83 composite 5,033.56 Standard amp -2.66 poor s 600 2,063.39 Russell 2000 -4.24 1,204.74 nose diary advanced 1,237 Mac Linda 1959 by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a two defendants were sentenced thursday morning in separate hear Ings in . District court in Bluefield. William Sykes 29, of Welch was sentenced to 96 months in prison and a 3-year period of supervised release. On feb. 27, Sykes pleaded guilty to distribution of a Quantity of cocaine base also known As a crack a to a confidential informant in june 2011. According to assistant . Attorney John l. File the court sentenced Sykes to the lengthy prison term because of his extensive number of prior convictions. Senior . District judge David a Faber of the Southern District of West Virginia explained to Sykes that he has 14 Days to Appeal the sentence. William s. Winfrey ii represented the defendant at his sentencing. The court also sentenced Adrian de Wayne King also known As a fled a 38, of Bluefield to 8 months in prison and a i year period of supervised release. King pleaded guilty to using a telecommunications facility to arrange an illegal drug Deal with a cooperating individual on Jan. 21. King met the i later and sold the informant Hydro morphine in Bluefield although he plead court a-5 lotteries. West Virginia daily 3 6-2-0 Dally 4 6-21-7 Virginia pick 3 0-0-2 pick 4 3-0-6-9 a sponsored by f a Princeton 1. Bluefield dance theatre 2. Mitchel stadium clean up 3. Matoaka demolition 4. Iwo crashes on exit 9 5. Bridge construction 6. Fiddler convention 7 25675 00001 Bluestone health association awarded More than $1 million by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Kegley a us. Representative Evan Jenkins r-wva., announced today that Bluestone health association in Princeton has received a $1,062,177 Grant from the . Department of health and human services. The Grant will be used to open a new satellite health Center in Bluefield to offer primary care and other health services. A Community health Cen a a j the Grant will be used to open a new satellite health Center in Bluefield to offer primary care and other health services. Ters fill a critical Gap in health care in Southern West Virginia. These centers ensure Low income res awarded a-5 $12.2 million Mcdowell water project to deliver clean drinking water to hundreds j j j a most of them the customers who will be served by the project Are using Wells or Springs and have very poor a Mavis Brewster Mcdowell county Public service District administrator r by Charles Owens Bluefield daily Telegraph Oderfield a clean drinking water is expected to flow in a Early 2016 to several Hundred additional families in Mcdowell county. Contractors Are making positive Progress on the new $12.2 million big sound off online at. Wow Facebook com but online Sandy to Roderfield water project which should be completed Early next year the project has the potential to serve 500 families and More than 350 customers Are already signed up for county water Mcdowell county Public service District administrator Mavis Brewster said. 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