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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 3, 2015, Bluefield, West Virginia Johw fld peals cd Cote h 75 cent ski Al Ltd a but online Friday july 3, 2015today. A High near 74 and a Low around 63. An 80 percent Chance of rain and thunderstorms. Some storms could produce heavy in full swing. Market watch july 2 2015 Dow Jones industrials 17 730 11 Nash a 491 l composite 5.009 21 Standard j 414 i poor s Soo 2.076 78 rus sell 2000 414 1 248 26 nose diary advanced 1,569 declined 1555 unchanged 105 volume 29b Nash a diary advanced 1,013 declined 1753 unchanged 148 Tohane 14b a Aii it american Celebration set for Chicory Square today Bluefield a the stage is now set tor today patriotic All american Celebration at Chicory Square in downtown Bluefield the Celebration sponsored by Cole Chevrolet will begin at 11 30 a in with tree hot dogs tree Popcorn free american flags free face painting and a Chance to meet the Bluefield Blue jays Datty Telegraph senior editor Bdl Archer will once again perform at this year s All american Celebration with singing partner Kart Miller beginning at noon they plan to present a variety of patriotic Muse. Free hot dogs provided by Cole Chevrolet and prepared by the internet Cate win is available beginning St 11.30 am so that those attending the festival can eat before the concert a Sims the Bluefield fire department also win Bong a giant american Flag up and hang it Over the Square the weekly concert series is sponsored by the daily Telegraph in the event of inclement weather changes will be announced on wow but online com and the newspaper s Facebook Page wow Facebook com but online lotteries. West Virginia Dally 3 4-8-7 Dally 4 5-7 1-9 Virginia pick 3 9-54 pick 4 4-2 2-5 nuo vide a Princeton Quot Mead Community ii Spital by 1. Wag Cantar ceremony 2. Spivey Al Chicory Square 3. John Lingo Dacua aaa 4. Bushfire Caman by tree 9. Back of the dragon 6. Chicory Square dancers Bluefield hosting Coal forum by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a the recent warm spell last week brought on a slight increase in electric output but the increase in Thermal Coal production remains Down 12 2 percent from production lev Els in late june. 2014 but while Thermal Coal production showed a slight increase compared to the previous week the number of rail car loadings continued its downward slide a off 13,3 percent compared to the same Pend last year the us Energy j j a the Bluefield Coal forum is the second of six statewide educational and informational events intended to bring attention to the Federal environmental Protection Agency a clean Power information Agency did not update its import Export Date but noted that Quot Domestic steel output however. Continued its near free fall this week Quot according to the Eia report a the continuing slide in Domestic steel production is fuelled by a sluggish Economy As Well As increased imports of steel much of it from China and Korea Quot Marc Meachum president and chief executive officer of the greater Bluefield chamber of Commerce said that in his experience the Coal Industry has a resilient Quality that helps it get through hard times. Rather than Back away from the Many challenges Meachum said Coal Industry leaders will be meeting in Bluefield at the Quality hotel amp conference Center on july 23. For a Coal forum titled Quot West Virginia Coal a 2015 and beyond Quot the Bluefield Coal forum is the second of six statewide educational and information a1 events intended to bring attention to the Federal environmental Protection Agency s a clean Power political leaders Industry officials Energy experts and Issue stakeholders will share their expertise on these issues As Well As other statewide economic issues Quot i know that Senate president Bill Cole r Mercer will be there a Meachum said Quot the speaker of the House Tim Armstead k Kanawha attended the forum in Wheeling about six weeks ago. We re hoping that he will be Here in Bluefield As Well. The forum is open to the Meachum said that Chris Hamilton vice president of forum a-5 stat photo by Jon Bolt honouring sacrifice. Volunteer Vernon f ields shows Laurie Haley a collection of world War la artefacts at the those who served War museum. I he museum is one of Many ways the Community honors the sacrifice of area veterans where to see fourth of july fireworks festivities by Charles Owens Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a area residents will have plenty of opportunities to View fireworks this fourth of july week end. In Bluefield a fireworks show will be held tonight at Bowen Field Fol lowing the conclusion of the game Between the Bluefield Blue jays and the a Ulaski Yankees. The fireworks will be visible across Eity Park in Bluefield. Fireworks also will be held tonight beginning at dusk at Tazewell High school according to information provided by Tazewell county coordinator David tourism Woodard several fireworks communities saturday will have including fireworks a-5 Flag raising ceremony set to replace stolen american Flag i staff photo by Jon to state flags. West Virginia state flags line Thorn Street Bridge in Princeton. The flags will soon be replaced with old Dory in Honor of Independence Day. By Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Princeton a vandals who stole the american Flag from the Mercer county courthouse and dumped the state flags. Vietnam War vet Erans Flag and flags from the branches of the service from the Thorn Street Bridge should take fair warning from Princeton mayor Tim Ealy and commissioner Greg Puc Kett of the Mercer county commission. Quot they re being watched a a Laly said a person or persons unknown stole the american Flag from the courthouse either late june 20, or Early june 21. About one Day later. Ealy said that a person or persons unknown took flags him the Thom Street Bridge and threw them into Brush Creek we had flags from each of the branches of service West Virginia Flag. A Vietnam Veter ans Flag that were All donated by local civic organizations Valley College the Princeton Rescue squad and the Vietnam veterans of America Quot easy said a one of the truck Drivers who hauls Stone into that area spotted the flags in the Creek ceremony a-5 Tiger Woods closer to finding his game at the Greenbrier classic by Brian Woodson Bluefield daily Telegraph White Sulphur Springs a Low scores were the Rule on the opening Day of the Greenbrier classic. Ninety five players Fin is Hod under Par Ami none went Bower than Scott Langley who fired a bogey free Sunder Par 62 to take the first round Lead at the Greenbrier classic on a Rainy overcast thursday at the old White pc. The rain came hardest in the afternoon with four of the late starters working their Way into the top Ioas the first Day came to an end Jonathan Byrd who Only got in the tournament thanks to a Spon sorts exemption played with Langley Ami finished with a bogey free j j j perhaps the biggest Story was the play of Tiger Woods who looked More like his old self finishing with a 4-under 66, and was one of 12 players tied for 12th place. 7 under 63 Danny i a later tied Byrd for second place he also had seven birdies no bogeys and a 63. Quot momentum is a great thing and when you see somebody kind of play ing Well getting some momentum in their round ifs playing out in front of me so you go a hey i can do that a a Byrd said Quot it i Langley was hitting Good shot after Good shot so it classic a-5quality medical care for the whole family appointments amp Watkins Welcome Tud Crete %wa276.688.43311.1 classified. B-8-10 comics. 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