Natural Resources Police Corporal Stuart Simms, a Braxton County native and BCHS graduate, was recently recognized for his dedication and service to the citizens and boaters of West Virginia at an awards ceremony at DNR HQ in South Charleston. Every year, the West Virginia Natural Resources Police participate in a nationwide campaign that targets impaired boaters known as “Operation Dry Water.” Over the July 4th holiday weekend, Corporal Simms worked all three days of the campaign, which included extended patrol hours. He logged over 30 hours, 541 patrol miles, and contacted numerous vessels and boaters, which resulted in multiple . . .
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