Vol. 40, No. 14

April 8, 2014

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School system receives
School Improvement Grant

By Shirley Shuman
Superintendent David Dilly announced last Friday that the local school system has been awarded a School Improvement Grant to foster improvement in various areas of Braxton County High School. Of 24 school systems who applied for this grant, Braxton was one of four who received it. “We analyzed the needs of the school in three areas,” Dilly noted. “We looked at the instructional programs, the school leadership, and the school infrastructure and found room for improvement in all three,” he added.
To fund improvement in the areas found lacking, the superintendent, Kim Dennison, and other supervisors from the central audience wrote and submitted a grant. “We selected interventions for the school that are aligned to the identified needs and, of course, included that information in the grant we submitted,” he said. He also explained that some basic plans were specified in the written grant, but added, “Of course those will be expanded as we develop the final plans.”



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Bank of Gassaway officially
joins Premier Bancorp

Premier President and CEO Robert W. Walker commented, “The Bank of Gassaway is a natural fit to expand Premier Bank’s branch network into Braxton and Clay counties with locations in Gassaway, Sutton, Flatwoods, Clay and Burnsville and geographically connects our Traders Division locations in Ripley and Spencer with our First Central Division locations in Buckhannon, Bridgeport and Philippi. As a cash purchase, the earnings from the Bank of Gassaway locations will become immediately accretive to Premier’s earnings.”

National magazine publishes local
woman's quilt pattern

Cottrill has been quilting since she took her first quilting class in the spring of 1992. Asked how many quilts she has made since that time, she replied,” I’m not sure just how many I’ve made, Actually, I haven’t completed a lot, but I certainly have a lot to complete. I may have close to 100 in progress.”
Perhaps she has been too busy to complete many of the quilts she began. In addition to working for the United States Postal Service in postmaster relief, she has also taught quilting in various venues. Cottrill began with “a few classes in Glenville,” where they “ended up in Town Hall because there were too many for the original site.”

 

BCHS Top Ten Senior Countdown

By Stevie Shingler
Number seven of the 2014 Braxton County High School graduating class is Elizabeth Ann Jackson of Frametown. Elizabeth is the daughter of Joe and Tela Jackson. After completing her high school career Elizabeth plans to attend Glenville State College or New River Community and Technical College to major in business.


Commission holds routine meeting

Mike Baker, EMS/9-1-1 Director was the first to address the Commission with several items of related business. Baker requested permission to use the county credit card for associated expenses for EMD and APCO training. He explained that Sam Mace would be the first to attend the classes to become an instructor for the required courses for dispatchers. He stated that he hope to send Angie Short at a later date. The request was approved on a motion by Ron Facemire.


Locations


700 Elk Street
Gassaway, WV
364-5138

101 A Main Street
Sutton, WV
765-2866

Salt Lick Road
Burnsville, WV
853-2711

Clay Junction
Clay, WV
587-4200

 


Four jailed after failing drug tests


Sheriff Eddie Williams has sent 4 area residents to jail after they failed drug tests in conjunction with home confinement monitoring. Sheriff Williams said the testing is a routine part of his monitoring of Court mandated home confinement.
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