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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Bluefield, West Virginia Daily s scor Isoard Graham Richlands Bluefield Grayson county �-1 for More a Woodrow of Wilson Tazewell 13 i no i it i Iota efm pail a Elf graph75 cents a saturday september 12, 2015 today. Patchy fog before 8 . Cloudy with a High near 66. A 50 percent Chance of precipitation with a Low around 50. A a Market watch sept. 11,2015 102.69 Dow Jones industrials Nash a composite Standard amp poor s 500 Russell 2000 16,433.09 26.09 4,822.34 8.76 1,961.05 4.77 1 157 79 nose diary advanced 1,675 declined 1,439 unchanged 103 volume 3.1 b Nash a diary advanced 1,559 declined 1,208 unchanged 179 volume 1.6 b a 9/11 Rescue dog celebrates 16th birthday in new York new York apr a Rescue dog that flew to new York for the 9/11 recovery Effort returned last month to celebrate her 16th birthday. The Golden retriever named Bretagne Brit us Nee travelled from Cypress Texas with her owner Denise Corliss after the 2001 terror attacks. They worked with dozens of other dogs and humans to find victims in the rubble of the world Trade Center. Her aug. 22 return for a birthday Bash was sponsored by bar Post a new York based website devoted to All things canine. The Daylong Celebration included a dog Friendly cake a ride in a Vintage taxi and a trip to a dog run. Lotteries. West Virginia daily 3 0-6-5 Dally 4 6-0-4-9 Virginia pick 3 2-1-2 pick 4 0-6-5-1 com sponsored by Tince immunity Hospital Princeton 1. Dillow press conference 2. 1-77 tractor trailer crash 3. . Hasty bids Farewell 4. Bluefield dance theatre 5. Mitchel stadium clean up 6. Matoaka demolition 7 25675 0001 staff photo by Erie Dinovo firefighter s prayer. Lieutenant George Miller of the Bluefield fire department recites the firefighter s prayer during the annual patriots Day observation in Chicory Square Friday. Check out video amp Slideshow City of Bluefield honors first responders on Patriot Day by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a from the cadets in the Bluefield High school a Roth color guard to the military veterans police firefighters paramedics and National guard soldiers attending the Patriot Day observation in Chicory Square Dane Rideout referred to military and Public service As a family business a for his family and others at the ceremony. A look around at the first responders a Rideout said. A i think we can All appreciate their response during a shooting not very far from Here a he said making reference to a gunman who robbed two Banks and threatened people at gunpoint in the City to Days earlier Lefoi e he was shot by police. A a that response saved a myriad of lives a Rideout said. He said that in recent Days City fire fighters honors a-5 new fire chief has Long history of service to nation and state by Bill Archer Bluefield daily Telegraph Bluefield a when he hit the 20-year Mark in his career As a City of Bluefield firefighter former Captain Rick Cary said he was at a turning Point. When chief Jeff Warden announced his intentions to retire after battling the lingering effects of persistent injuries Cary gave serious consideration to seeking the Post As chief. His efforts were rewarded on dept. To with his appointment As chief. Cary was born in Hagerstown md., but grew up and attended school from kindergarten through graduation in Athens. He served six years in the third infantry division . Army and remained in the army reserves and . Army National guard where he served a total of 17 years a a period of time that included a tour in Iraq with the 1st battalion of the 150th armoured regiment. During his deployment he served 60 Days As a combat medic with the 1st battalion 8th Marine regiment in fall Yah. A i think my ideas for the fire department fit with col. Dane Rideoutt a ideas a Cary Cary said. A i have been thinking about the effectiveness of a combined department and i think that idea whore Well with what the colonel had been Rideout Bluefield City manager explained that a combined department would develop a a significant Pool to draw from Quot when positions become available on the paid department. In addition Rideout said a combined department would put the City in a better chief a-5 a Quality medical care for the whole family we look. Listen. Care. Cure. Into is walk Iii Welcome Bland county medical clinic we re right around the Corner Bland Ounla c him a exit 58 off 1-77 12301 grape Field Road a Bastian a 24314 276.688.43 2 arrested for drug charges by Greg Jordan Bluefield daily Telegraph Welch a two drug warrants executed Friday by local and state Law enforcement agencies resulted in two arrests and charges of delivering controlled substances. The Mcdowell county sheriffs department the West Virginia state police Welch detachment and the Southern regional drug and violent crime task Force served two drug related warrants Friday morning in the Anawalt and Skygusty areas of Mcdowell county according to sheriff Martin b. West. George Washington Harmon 82, of the Anawalt area was arrested on two counts of delivery of a schedule ii controlled substance. Ricky Ray Harmon 56, of the Skygusty area was also arrested and charged with delivery of schedule ii Iii and in controlled substances. The substances involved included Hydro morphine Hydro Codone and other prescription med arrested a-5 George Harmon Ricky Harmon b inside. Classified .d-1-4 comics .c-5 crossword ----c-5 dear Abby. .b-2 Heloise b-2 Horoscope. .c-5 obituaries a-3 opinion .�?T.a-4 sports c-1�?4 sudoku b-2 weather a-6 Haj of the Republican primary were held today which candidate would you support for president Donald trump.38.8 percent Ben carson.21.3 percent Jeb bush.3.8 percent ted cruz.3.8 percent Carly fiorina.7.5 percent Rand paul.2.5 percent Chris christie.1.3 percent other.21.3 percent total votes 80 circulation 304 327-2800 newsroom 304 327-2811 sports 304 327-2813 advertising. 304 Bui staff photo by Jon Bolt a Wagon full. A Wagon full of riders waving american flags Lead a Parade around the crab Orchard Corn Maze before it opens this annual event started with a reverent tone this year As those gathered honoured the memory of the victims and heroes of the september la attacks. Crab Orchard Corn Maze opens with remembrance of those lost during 9/11 by Greg Jordan Bluefield daily Telegraph Tazewell a. A fire engines Law enforcement and antique tractors paraded Friday to help memorialize the people lost during the terrorist attacks of sept. La 2001 and kick off a venue for family fund. The crab Orchard historic museums Corn Maze officially opened Friday along . Route 460 near the museum facility. This years Corn Maze theme an image of a Farmer horse and plow celebrates the county a agricultural heritage. The Maze includes both the Large Maze and a minimize for children a Chil Maze a-5

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