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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield lax Ltd Telegraph 75 cents a amp a a but online a saturday july la 2015today. Partly sunny with a High near 77 and a Low around 62. A 50 percent Chance of showers with thunderstorms. Market watch july 10,2015 Dow Jones �T�211.71 industrials 17 760 41 Nash a �T�7mi composite 4,997 70 Standard a a he poor s 500 2,076 62 Russell �T�17j7 2000 1,252 02 nose diary advanced 2.492 declined 654 unchanged 89 volume 30 b Nash a diary advanced 2,186 declined 587 unchanged 150 volume 16b a school District soothes parents Over school warning letter Salem Ore. Apr an Oregon school District has rushed to soothe parents at a Salem elementary school who received a letter warning that children not picked up promptly might be turned Over to the state. The Salem statesman journal reports that a Salem Keizer school District spokesman confirmed the letter about the upcoming school year was sent recently to Swegle elementary school parents. However District spokesman Jay Remy says it was sent in error because the schools principal had not reviewed it. Remy described the letter As neither accurate nor courteous and said an apology would follow. The third paragraph begins a children must be picked up on time of they Are not picked up on time we will Call Dos and you will then have to pick them up at court the next Day a Dos is the Oregon department of human services. Lotteries. West Virginia Dally 3 0-1-9 Dally 4 4-2-9-2 Virginia pick 3 5-7-2 pick 4 4-0-8-5 no Filidei Vyrl sponsored Foj Princeton by immunity Hospital 1. Flag Carrier ceremony 2. Spivey Al Chicory Square 3. John Lingo Ducu Kaaa 4. Bushfire caused by tree 5. Back of the dragon 6. Chicory Square dancer local businessman James c. Ramey sr., Dies at 82 by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a. A James c. Ramey sr., one of the regions most successful businessmen passed away at his Home in Bluefield va., surrounded by his family. Rame 82, built a modest used car business into a family of seven dealerships in Virginia and West Virginia. A your Community suffered a great loss today with the passing of Jim Ramey a West Virginia state Senate president Bill Cole said. A i have known Jim for a number of years. We have been competitors in the automobile business but our Competition has always been Good and i Jim has been important in the lives of the Many people he has employed and their families As Well As the Many Good causes he has supported through the years. Jim will truly be missed a Bill Coto West Virginia state Senate president Ramey positive. A Jim has been important in the lives of the Many people he has employed and their families As Well As the Many Good causes he has supported through the years a Cole will truly be in addition to serving As state Senate president Cole also owns automobile dealerships. A i lost an a fail Good Friend today a Ralph a a Moon Mullins director of the Good Samaritan food pantry in Richlands va., said. A the was 82, and in a soon to be 83. We went to school together at a Tazewell High school. During the War world War i we both drove school buses because there was t any men at Home to drive them. We both worked at the River Jack Esso service station and my daddy painted the first three cars that Jim Mullins and Ramey sr., graduated from Tazewell High school in 1951 and 52 respectively. Both entered the . Army and both served in the korean War. A when he came Back Home Jim started Selling cars Over at slab town a Mullins said. A when the Richlands chamber honoured him As the businessman of the year he told the Story about not having enough Money to Wash the used cars so he would wait until it was about to rain put soap on them and let the rain rinse them Ramey a-2 t staff photo by Jon Bolt splashing in the Creek. Tyler Cecil enjoys splashing through the Creek at Lotito Park on a hot Bluefield afternoon. Three men found dead police investigate bodies discovered in a Montcalm residence by Samantha Perry Bluefield daily Telegraph Montcalm a three Arni by members were found dead Friday evening at a residence on Tabernacle Hill in Montcalm. Mercer county sheriff Don Meadows said the deaths Are a suspicious a but As of Midnight saturday the cause of death remained unknown. Meadows identified the victims As Lesly Joe Hicks 39, who resided at the House Joseph Dean Hicks 52, and Ernest David Hicks 57. Lesliy Hicks and Joseph Hicks were Brothers capt. Joe Parks also of the sheriffs department said. Ernest Hicks was the great Uncle of the other two men. Parks said Joseph Hicks and Ernest Hicks lived together at a residence in Bluewell. Meadows said the men were a a a Mercer county sheriff Don Meadows said the deaths Are a suspicious but As of Midnight saturday the cause of death remained unknown. Found in the Home Friday evening by a neighbor a the neighbor went in the House he Hadnot seen them in four Meadows said. A the went in and saw the bodies and came right Back the smell of decomposition was heavy in the air outside the House Friday night. Meadows said officials would not know the cause of death until the bodies were found a-2 speaker of the House Armstead now confirmed for Coal forum clean up continues and supplies come in for flood victims by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a both the state Senate president As Well As the speaker of the House of delegates Are confirmed As presenters for the Coal forum scheduled for july 23, in Bluefield according to Chris Hamilton vice president of the West Virginia Coal association and co chair of the Coal forum. A a Senate president Bill Cole is going to be there and speaker of the House Tim Armstead confirmed earlier on Friday that he is going to attend a Hamilton said during a Telephone interview fit s Likely that attorney general Patrick Morrisey will be Here in addition to Cole a a a Hamilton who serves As chair of the business and Industry Council said that the Bluefield forums Are the first and Only time that the Coal presenters and Bio speakers will be participating in two forums on the same Day. Armstead Morrisey invited and Hamilton other forum presenters include or. John Deskins West Virginia University Bureau of business and economic research representatives of the Coal and Power generation industries and Fred Lacker United mine workers of America retire who serves As Coal forum co chair. A we have an excellent team of elected representatives in president Cole speaker Armstead and attorney general Morrisey a Hamilton said. A they work Well with . Senators Joe Manchin d-w.va., and Shelley Moore Capito . As Well As our three . Representatives David Mckinley Alex Mooney and Evan Jenkins All republicans. Its like having a Royal straight flush in your Hamilton said that the by Greg Jordan Bluefield daily Telegraph Pocahontas a. A a boil water notice remained in effect Friday for the town of Pocahontas continued cleaning up from a recent flood. Tazewell county officials recently declared a local state of emergency after High water Rose in Pocahontas july 5. Flooding inflicted severe damage in several parts of the town. Pocahontas was placed on a boil water notice when the towns water system had a leak on june 29, mayor Ben Gibson said Friday. A water pump that was damaged Fay Silt during the flood us now being repaired and the town expected to have it Back a within a few Days a he stated. A a we be been on a boil water advisory Ever since and then _ this happened and it stayed in forum a-2 place a he said. A Hwte a re doing testing right now but we probably wont get results Back until monday or water is being distributed at the town Hall. As of Friday approximately 3,000 Gallons had been Given away Gibson said. Other material Aid will soon be available he stated. On Friday the town received 8,000 pounds of food and other supplies from gods pit Crew out of Danville va., Gibson said. A Date for distributing the supplies will be announced. Residents in the Pocahontas Wolfe Boissevain and abbs Valley areas will be eligible to receive them. Clean up efforts Are continuing. On july 13 and july 15, the town of Bluefield a. Will pick up trash in Pocahontas Gibson said. Residents Are being encouraged to place their trash directly on the sidewalk in front of their Homes. Teaah should be out after 2 third Pound burgers try Cut a 11 v a Kate Iii i classified. 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