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Gastonia Gaston Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Gastonia, North Carolina Will Duke take it All the Way a a what to expect in the Gaston a Gazette 750 a monday april 6, 2015 St Honor veterans St protect students combat id theft local lawmakers finding Success in state All school sports could use an on site Trainer Belmont woman idled in wreck Aston schools spent $60k for 5 personnel Duca Tsy us Winston ewikjstein@gastong3zette.com the risk of sports injuries could wind up costing schools More Money. The state Board of education is urging school systems to Quot work towards having a licensed athletic Trainer or first responder on site for All Middle and High school sports events. For now football is the Only sport that requires emergency personnel at All High school practices and games. The policy revised last week previously said school districts May choose to provide emergency medical staff for sports other than football. So while the changes done to require any immediate action officials say they May 4iave to prepare for a Day when the option becomes a necessity. A see trainers Page 3atrooper teen Driver fell asleep by Adam on a Belmont woman was killed saturday night in a two car wreck just South of South Point High school. Donna Garrett 32, died in a head on collision with 17-year-old Gregory Suggs jr., of mount Holly according to North Carolina state trooper Brian Huffstickler. Garrett was travelling South on South Point Road in a 2005 Chevy Tahoe shortly after 11 30 ., according to Huffstickler when Suggs travelling North in a jeep wrangler crossed the Center line and collided with Garrett. A it was a tremendous Impact a Huffstickler said. Quot we believe fatigue was a Factor in the Garrett Accident. Suggs stated that he fell Garrett and Suggs along with three children Ages 12, 9 and 2, who were travelling with Garrett were taken to car Mont regional medical Center in Gastonia Huffstickler said. Garrett was pronounced dead after arriving at the Hospital Huffstickler said while the 9-year-old child was airlifted to Levine children a i Hospital in Charlotte. Huffstickler said the child was in critical but stable condition sunday afternoon. The other two children along with Suggs were treated and released Huffstickler said. Huffstickler said Suggs Hadnot been charged As of sunday afternoon and said any charge would come Way to pay at Market move to accept food Stamps Aims to fight obesity respond to demand by Michael Barrett mb0frett@gastongazette.corn Carol Shrum believes people have to get lower Quality food just because they re buying it with government assistance. Support from the state is now helping to literally bring that concept to Market. For the first time this year people who receive Aid through the Federal supplemental nutrition assistance program a commonly known As food Stamps a will be Able to redeem their benefits at the Gastonia Farmers Market. Its part of a wave of support to help increase snap recipients Access to fresh produce and other groceries. Gastonia a will be the Only Farmers Market in Gaston county to offer the perk this year. The popular local Bazaar at 410 of. La ring ave., opened saturday for the 2015 season. Officials at the Market will be trained this week on How to use a newly installed machine that will process snap transactions and also function As an . They expect to be ready to process snap transactions this saturday or april 18 at the latest. A Long time coming Shuruin manager of Gastonia Farmers Market said every one of her estimated 30 vendors signed up to accept the payments. Quot i really am Happy because in the past three or so years so Many people have come to my office door and asked when we might Start accepting snap payments Quot she said. A your folks in Gaston county really have the need for North Carolina now has 86 direct marketing Farmers and 98 Farmers markets authorized to accept snap. Tiffany Crank health education coordinator for the Gaston county department of health and human services said getting the new a see Market Page 3a Gastonia Farmers Market a the Gastonia Farmers Market opened saturday and will be open during the following hours in 2015 april and november 7 30 . To 12 30 Saturday May through october 7 30 . To 12 30 Tuesday thursday saturday location 410 e. Long ave., Gastonia More information Halifax Media group Page edited by Lauren Frame today a obituaries 13b forecast to Call the Gazette 704 869 1700 delivery question 704 869 1800 Tracy Cannon 51, Dallas Peggy Moore 64, Dallas Beatrice Stewart 82, York . Jesus Herrera 91, Gastonia Terry Kinney jr., 89, Gastonia Joan Lowery 83, Gastonia Robert Belk 61, Gastonia High Low 0 c 70 of a 71� 57 find today a and past obituaries online at . 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Gastonia s will be the Only Farmers Market in Gaston county to allow customers to use food Stamps for purchases

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