Bluefield Daily Telegraph in Bluefield, West-Virginia
13 Dec 2012

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13 Dec 2012

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Bluefield, West Virginia $ Raffies built the Raph d of amp 75 cents thursday december 13, 2012 today. sunny with a High near 49. Calm wind becoming Southeast around 6 mph. Sports. Player of the week Catron takes top Honor for �?~dawgs.b-1 Market watch dec 12,2012 Dow Jones -2.99 industrials 13,245 45 Nash a -8.49 composite 3,013.81 Standard amp >0.84 poor a 500 1.428 48 Russell so 2000 829 39 nose diary advanced 1,465 declined 1,582 unchanged 110 volume 36 b Nash a diary advanced 977 declined 1,496 unchanged 124 volume 1.7 b a a. Ranks ninth on peace corps list Richmond a. Apr Virginia in t just for lovers. It s for volunteers too. The peace corps says Virginia ranks ninth among states in the number of people who Volunteer to serve. The program currently has 303 Virginia residents. No other states from the mid Atlantic Region placed on the top states list. Regional office manager Chris Gilson says peace corps service provides a unique Opportunity to live and work to improve the lives of people worldwide As Well As learn new skills. I Volunteer projects relate to agriculture economic development. Education environment health and youth development. The peace corps was established 51 years ago by president John f. Kennedy to promote service and understanding around the world. Since the corps founding More than 7,115 peace corps volunteers from Virginia have served in 139 countries. Lotteries. West Virginia Dally 3 6-7-8 daily 4 2-2-4-4 Virginia pick 3 0-5-8 pick 4 9-5-8-2 cl1 to sponsored by i Princeton amur Voty Hospital 1. Winkler sentenced 2. Barnes Case continued 3. Bluefield Parade 4. 2-vehicle wreck in Brushwork 5. The Nutcracker suite 6. Bus band donation 25675 Doi 3 charged in fatal shooting two suspects in custody manhunt underway for third by Charles Owens Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a two men Are in custody and a manhunt is underway for a third in connection with a fatal shooting in Bluefield. Warrants charging first degree murder were issued wednesday for three men in connection with the aug. 20 shooting death of 23-year-old Derek Tabor of Montcalm. Tabor died after being shot on fourth Street in Bluefield. Two of the men have been located and officers with the Bluefield police department and the . Marshal service Are actively searching for the third suspect in Detroit mich., according to it. . Myers of the Bluefield police department. Myers said David Reasby a a a Myers said David Reasby aka dirt Bike age unavailable of Bluefield was arrested in the City. Myers said a second suspect in the Case Mitchell a. Watts age unavailable is currently incarcerated in Union county n.c., on unrelated charges. Aka dirt Bike age unavailable of Bluefield was arrested in the City. Myers said a second suspect in the Case Mitchell a. Watts age unavailable is currently incarcerated in Union county n.c., on unrelated charges. Myers said authorities in Bluefield will be working to extradite Watts Back to West Virginia to be prosecuted on the first degree murder charge. A the third individual we Arentt going to release his name at this time but he a in Detroit Mich a Myers said. A we have local officers working in conjunction with the . Marshals to locate and apprehend the third Reasby was arraigned wednesday on the first degree murder charge before circuit court judge Omar Aboulhosn. Who ordered the Man to be held without Bond. Myers said the three arrests shooting a-5 staff photo by Jon Bott teamwork. Tammy Fields Vikki Quesenberry Darlenna Franklin and Teresa Robinson work a team building exercise at the Quality Motel and conference Center wednesday. The greater Bluefield chamber of Commerce held the event to give Repa Senta Tives from area businesses and organizations the Opportunity to Sharpen their leadership and teamwork skills. Staff photo by enc Dinovo in court. David Reasby of Bluefield smiles As he is escorted from the courtroom following his arraignment before circuit court judge Omar Aboulhosn at the Mercer county courthouse Annex in Princeton wednesday. A disappointed Princeton denied funding to fix City a flooding issues by Kate Coil Bluefield daily Telegraph Princeton a a Long requested Princeton infrastructure project was again passed Over when the recipients of Small cities Block Grants were announced by gov. Karl Ray Tomblin wednesday. Though the City of Princeton has applied several times for funds to fix flooding issues on Stafford drive the City was not one of the 17 counties cities and towns awarded a Small cities Block Grant for the 2012 fiscal year. Princeton mayor Patricia a a path Wilson said City officials were a a disappointed to find they we Ere again turned Down for a Grant to fix flooding issues on Stafford drive even after hand delivering a petition with 2,000 signatures to the governor. The City had asked for $500,000 from the Small cities Block Grant program this year and has applied four previous times for funds to fix flooding issues. A it is a big disappointment but in politics it is what it Wilson said. A it is a huge disappointment that we did not get the funding for this project. We were willing to go to Charleston to meet the governor. He came Here and we presented him with More than 2,000 signatures on a petition and we were confident we were going to get funding from Wilson said some division of highways officials have come to study the issues on Stafford drive which is also part of state route 19 a the state Road has been coming Down to evaluate the Road Quot she said. A we Are hoping the governor will get the division of highways to fix this Issue. The flooding on Stafford has been an Issue for what seems like forever. This is the fourth or fifth time we have applied for this particular according to Wilson City officials Are still looking for ways to fix the flooding issues. A right now. We done to know of Anvil Ling else we can do to get funding for this project a Wilson said. A we Are going to continue to pursue a solution to this funding a-5 Little Jimmie shoppers hit the stores 9 Days until big Holiday party Bluefield a with the 2012 Campaign goal met shopping is now underway at the Bluefield Kmart for hundreds of toys that will be distributed to More than 825 children next week at the Little Jimmie party the big party is now Only nine Days away. The Community Christmas Tyee Campaign went Over the top tuesday with help from a $3,000 donation from a a a Anonymous Reader of the daily Telegraph. Contributions wednesday of $35 brought this years total to Date to $30,308. The Campaign goal was $30,000. More than 825 children will be served this year a an increase from previous campaigns that event organizers attribute to the great need faced by area families this Holiday season. In anticipation of the big Day a team of volunteers Jimmie a-5 Gas line blast a reminder of hazards Sissonville apr nearly 15.000 Miles of natural Gas pipeline stretch across West Virginia and As residents of this Community North of Charleston now know devastating explosions can Hap pen without warning. Federal regulators say there have been 20 a significant Quot pipeline incidents involving deaths injuries or major property damage in West Virginia in the last decade. The latest came tuesday w Hen a 20 Inch Columbia Gas transmission line exploded destroying four Homes and cooking a Section of interstate 77. A major North South commuting corridor that passes through the capital City. By wednesday hard work my Road Crews had the Highway repaved the northbound lanes reopened Early in the morning and traffic began flowing on the southbound lanes a few hours later meanwhile investigations into what caused the Mas Sive blast in a 20-Inch Columbia Gas transmission line Are under Way. Teams with the Parent company. Indiana based Niso Urce. Are working alongside investigators and the com Pany says it is cooperating fully after the investigation is finished. Niso Urce said. It will a take any follow up actions necessary to ensure the continued Safe operation of our system Quot the pipeline is part of a network that primarily serves local utilities but hazards a-5 Cash 4 Gold cheap thrills where Bidi i la 11 a Prince Ion Cash in Stafford drive. Princeton 487-0404 inside. Classified. B-8-10 comics b-5 crossword. B-5 dear Abby. B-6 Heloise b-6 Horoscope. B-5 obituaries. A-3 opinion .a-4 sports b-1-4 sudoku b-6 weather. A-10 rat online poll what s your favorite Christmas treat Peanut butter balls. .39 percent Christmas sugar cookies. .7 percent fudge.24 percent Fruitcake .17 percent other.13 percent total votes 46 share your views at circulation 327-2800 newsroom 327-2811. Sports 327-2813advertising 327-2816

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