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G-MM™: Meditation Moment - 09.27.11

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Jesus, you are always going to be misunderstood.

In today’s gospel, we see you as an ordinary wanderer, suffering the human disappointment of being turned away from a village because of racial prejudice.

And you do nothing about it.

Your friends expect something more, but they don’t understand you either.

The last thing you want is aimless one-upmanship.

Luke draws attention to the fact that from this moment on you begin making your way to Jerusalem.

Gentle.

Accepting.

But resolute.

You are utterly committed to your Father’s will.

In Jerusalem.

On the cross.

For me.

With no guarantee that even you won’t be misunderstood.


Zechariah 8:20-23. God is with us—Ps 86(87). Luke 9:51-56.

Ryan Shylo Tant

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Ryan Shylo Tant

Age 28 of Gluck Run, Glenville departed this life at 11:30 PM, Saturday, September 24, 2011 at his residence following an unexpected illness.

He was born March 18, 1978 in El Paso, TX the son of Terri Courtright Tant of Parkersburg and the late Marion “Bud” Tant.

Shylo was an employee of B & B Bonding as a bondsman.  He loved collecting coins and was an avid four-wheeler.

He is survived by two sons:  Austin and Logan Tant and his companion of 7 years Crystal Wallbrown.

Other survivors include:  a brother, Shawn M. Tant of Parkersburg; two half-brothers John Tant of Vienna and Michael Tant of Belpre, OH.

Shylo was preceded in death by one sister, Jani-e Vancoy.

Funeral services will be conducted at 1:00 PM, Thursday, September 29, 2011 at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville with Rev. Alfred Hickman officiating.

Burial will follow in the Tanner Baptist Cemetery, Tanner.

Friends may call 5:00 – 8:00 PM, Wednesday at the Mortuary.

Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. is assisting the family of Ryan Shylo Tant with arrangements.

09.27.11

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Today - September 27, yyyy

Today is Tuesday, Sept. 27, the 270th day of 2011. There are 95 days left in the year.

Thought for Today: “I have lived in this world just long enough to look carefully the second time into things that I am most certain of the first time.“ - “Josh Billings” (Henry Wheeler Shaw), American humorist (1818-1885).

Today’s Highlight in History:

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Sept. 27, 1941 was “Liberty Fleet Day” as the United States launched 14 rapidly built military cargo vessels, including the first Liberty ship, the SS Patrick Henry, which was personally launched by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Baltimore.

On this date:

In 1540, Pope Paul III issued a papal bull establishing the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, as a religious order.

In 1779, John Adams was named by Congress to negotiate the Revolutionary War’s peace terms with Britain.

In 1854, the first great disaster involving an Atlantic Ocean passenger vessel occurred when the steamship SS Arctic sank off Newfoundland; of the more than 400 people on board, only 86 survived.

In 1928, the United States said it was recognizing the Nationalist Chinese government.

In 1939, Warsaw, Poland, surrendered after weeks of resistance to invading forces from Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union during World War II.

In 1942, Glenn Miller and his Orchestra performed together for the last time, at the Central Theater in Passaic, N.J., prior to Miller’s entry into the Army.

In 1961, the animated TV series “Top Cat,“ about a gang of mischievous Broadway alley cats, premiered on ABC.

In 1964, the government publicly released the report of the Warren Commission, which found that Lee Harvey Oswald had acted alone in assassinating President John F. Kennedy.

In 1991, President George H.W. Bush announced in a nationally broadcast address that he was eliminating all U.S. battlefield nuclear weapons, and called on the Soviet Union to match the gesture. The Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked, 7-7, on the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court.

In 1994, more than 350 Republican congressional candidates gathered on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to sign the “Contract with America,“ a 10-point platform they pledged to enact if voters sent a GOP majority to the House.

Ten years ago:
•  An armed man went on a shooting rampage in the local parliament of Zug, Switzerland, killing 14 people before taking his own life.

•  President George W. Bush asked the nation’s governors to post National Guard troops at airports as a first step toward federal control of airline security.

Five years ago:
•  President George W. Bush hosted a peacemaking dinner at the White House for the bickering leaders of Pakistan and Afghanistan, General Pervez Musharraf (pur-VEHZ’ moo-SHAH’-ruhv) and Hamid Karzai (HAH’-mihd KAHR’-zeye).

•  Republicans announced they would hold their 2008 presidential convention in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul.

•  A gunman took six girls hostage at a high school in Bailey, Colo.; he molested some of them and killed one girl before committing suicide.

One year ago:
•  Southwest Airlines announced the $1.4 billion purchase of AirTran.

•  Temperatures reached 113 degrees in downtown Los Angeles, the highest in records kept since 1877.

Today’s Birthdays:
Actress Jayne Meadows is 91
Actress Kathleen Nolan is 78
Actor Wilford Brimley is 77
Actor Claude Jarman Jr. is 77
Author Barbara Howar is 77
Producer Don Cornelius (“Soul Train”) is 75
World Golf Hall of Famer Kathy Whitworth is 72
Singer-musician Randy Bachman (Bachman-Turner Overdrive) is 68
Rock singer Meat Loaf is 64
Actress Liz Torres is 64
Actor A Martinez is 63
Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt is 62
Actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa is 61
Rock musician Greg Ham (Men At Work) is 58
Singer Shaun Cassidy is 53
Rock singer Stephan (STEE’-fan) Jenkins (Third Eye Blind) is 47
Actor Patrick Muldoon is 43
Singer Mark Calderon is 41
Actress Amanda Detmer is 40
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow is 39
Rock singer Brad Arnold (3 Doors Down) is 33
Christian rock musician Grant Brandell (Underoath) is 30
Rapper Lil’ Wayne is 29
Singer Avril Lavigne (AV’-rihl la-VEEN’) is 27

3-Year Old Girl Missing in Lewis County

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Law Enforcement officials as well as Emergency Responders in Lewis County are looking for a three-year-old girl who supposedly went missing Saturday morning September 24, 2011.

Lewis County Sheriff Deputies say that Aliayah Lunsford was last seen at her home around 6:30 AM in South Weston area.

The little girl is about 3 feet and weighs about 30 pounds.

She has long brown hair with curls on the end and brown eyes.

She is missing her four front teeth.

She was last seen wearing purple Dora pajama bottoms and a pink princess sweatshirt.

If you have any information on her whereabouts, please call the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department at 304.269.8251.


Update - Sunday, 09.25.11 - 12:25 PM:

The search continues in Lewis County for a missing 3-year-old girl who seems to have vanished from her home on Saturday.

Emergency crews spent nearly 12 hours on Saturday searching for Aliayah Lunsford, and they are continuing the search today – Sunday until they can find answers for her family.


Update - Sunday, 09.25.11 - 1:22 PM:

The girl, identified as Aliayah Lunsford, was last seen wearing her “Dora the Explorer” pajamas near her family’s home in Bendale early Saturday morning.

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Update - Sunday, 09.25.11 - 8:50 PM:

Search by the authorities has not been successful so far and still no sign of the little girl.

 

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Responders searching the river

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Mother and Grandmother say
the little girl never went anywhere on her own


Update - Monday, 09.26.11 - 9:17 AM:

According to Sgt. Michael Posey of the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department, “Right now there are no clues leading us anywhere. No clues. It’s like she’s just disappeared.”

WV Lottery - 09.26.11

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G-LtE™: Genesis of Gilmer’s School Chaos - 09.26.11

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Nasia Butcher arrived in Gilmer County when she was hired by Dr. W. K. Simmons when he presided at GSC.

After complaints from the GSC Alumni about his new hire’s unbecoming conduct; he was forced to fire her.

After that Nasia was hired into the County’s School System.

Then, she applied for a principal’s job at Sand Fork, but the County’s School Board Officials concluded that she was not the most qualified candidate.

Nasia’s response was to file a law suit against the Board of Education that eventually went to the WV Supreme Court Of Appeals (No.21224).

The Supreme Court of West Virginia ruled in favor of the School Board’s decision.

Nasia’s next move was to take a teaching job in Calhoun County.

She returned to Gilmer County to teach and afterwards she was hired as the High School’s Principal.

When Nasia learned that Dr. W. K. Simmons had been requested by citizens to apply for the superintendent’s vacancy she was quoted saying that the former College President and Chancellor of the State’s Higher Education System would never serve a day on the job.


The following reports also apply to the issue:

•  R. Terry Butcher, Esq. wrote a letter of complaint about the County’s School Board to the WVBOE in Charleston.

•  There was a sizeable fund raiser in the County for WV politicians at Butcher’s residence and R. Terry Butcher, Esq. was a contributor.

•  Officials at GSC opposed Dr. Simmons’ selection and a protest to his hiring was lodged in Charleston with the personal involvement of the Senior Vice President.

•  Ike Morris wielded his formidable political clout to endorse Nasia’s mission to block Simmons’ hiring and he made his stand known to Charleston’s politicians.

•  There was a meeting in Charleston at which Superintendent Bennett was fired, Dr. Simmons’ signed contract was voided, and it was announced that our School System was being seized under emergency conditions due to severe dysfunction.

•  After an interim superintendent arrived Blankenship replaced him at $120,000 per year, 50% more than Dr. Simmons would have received.

•  The County’s democratically elected School Board was relieved of all authority, and Blankenship is in absolute control without any accountability to the County’s citizens.

•  Nasia’s mother was drawn into the fray through her friendship with Attorney General Darrell McGraw.

•  Jorea M. Marple, Mr. McGraw’s wife, and newly hired State Superintendent of Schools headed the WVBOE when the seizure occurred.

•  There was a 88.73% no-confidence vote for the principal on a Gilmer Free Press poll.


The cast in this Greek tragedy besides Nasia, included Gayle Manchin who ranted against Gilmer County at the Charleston meeting.

Although Bennett was fired for alleged nonperformance, he re-emerged on the payroll to work at the high school to assist Nasia.

It remains to be seen how this drama concludes with its collateral damage to the County.

One mystery is how the RNC (Republican National Committee) will use Gayle’s videotaped rant in political campaign ads to try to defeat her husband when he runs for reelection.

Finally, train wreck is overused, but for this grim story nothing surfaces as a better descriptor.


If any of this information needs correction, readers are invited to submit changes to enable the Gilmer Free Press to adhere to its policy of accurate reporting.

~~  Anonymous ~~

~~  Author and Source on File ~~

County-By-County Unemployment Rates Tell the Story – August 2011

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West Virginia’s unemployment rate climbed seven-tenths of a percentage point to 8.0% in August.

Nearly all counties reported increasing unemployment rates as well.

The number of counties recording an unemployment rate considered Much Worse than Average when compared to the state rate was unchanged.

This group included Wetzel (12.1%), McDowell (12.1%), Grant (12.3%), and Mason (12.4%).

The number of counties reporting an unemployment rate considered Better than Average when compared to the state rate declined slightly.

This group included Gilmer (6.4%), Lewis (6.4%), Preston (6.3%), Jefferson (6.2%), and Pendleton (5.9%).

Only Monongalia County (5.6%) reported unemployment rate considered Much Better than Average when compared to the state rate.

County Total Unemployed   Unemployment Rate
AUG-11 JUL-11 AUG-10 AUG-11 JUL-11 AUG-10
Braxton 500 440 550 8.7% 7.7% 9.4%
Calhoun 270 250 320 9.6% 8.8% 11.9%
Doddridge 220 190 220 8.2% 7.1% 8.0%
Gilmer 200 190 230 6.4% 5.8% 7.3%
Lewis 510 430 600 6.4% 5.4% 7.6%
Ritchie 350 320 400 8.1% 7.6% 9.2%
WV 62,300 57,400 70,600 8.0% 7.3% 9.0%

 

 

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County Total Nonfarm on Payroll   Goods Producing Employees   Service Providing Employees
AUG-11 JUL-11 AUG-10 AUG-11 JUL-11 AUG-10 AUG-11 JUL-11 AUG-10
Braxton 4,430 4,370 4,510 560 630 710 3,870 3,740 3,800
Calhoun 1,650 1,660 1,560 440 460 340 1,210 1,200 1,230
Doddridge 1,210 1,240 1,280 180 210 170 1,030 1,040 1,110
Gilmer 2,540 2,560 2,440 650 650 550 1,880 1,910 1,890
Lewis 7,500 7,540 7,230 1,760 1,780 1,570 5,750 5,760 5,660
Ritchie 3,480 3,420 3,420 1,530 1,550 1,430 1,940 1,870 1,990

CommunityConcerns™: Should BE THANKS, But It Is NO THANKS

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The Gilmer Free Press has received multiple concerns from the teachers, staff, and community members regarding the latest decision made by the Gilmer County Principal.

Following is the summary of over 50 concerns:


In the analysis of Gilmer County’s performance using data from U.S. Department of Education on The Gilmer Free Press on 09.12.11 : CommunityConcerns™: Highest Praises to Gilmer County’s Elementary Schools, But GCHS?

We can easily see the county’s raking is 14th among West Virginia’s 55 counties just because of the performance of our Elementary Schools.

Had it not been because of the declining performance at the high school in past 3 years, Gilmer County would have been ranked higher.

Again many thanks go to our Elementary Schools.

It is an undeniable fact that the performance has decreased at the High School not because of the faculty and staff, but only due to bad leadership and irrational demands.

But what type of thanks out Elementary Schools get from the High School?

This is the example:

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This is very upsetting to the affected personnel because “A Legitimate Gilmer County Board of Education” had approved the privilege to be different.

But apparently it is now OK for the High School Principal to just take it upon herself to change this?

Is she trying to make up and pay for the fine of about $2,000.00 imposed on Gilmer County High School by WVSSAC because she did not follow the correct procedures when Gilmer forfeited the game against Wirt?

Or is it because now she has all the power to do what she wants against the will of the people of Gilmer County and their representatives..

We are against this decision and we feel it should be reversed by the imposed superintendent Blankenship.

~~ Concerned Teachers, Staff, Community Members ~~

GCBOE: Proper Destruction of Special Education Records - Deadline Approaching - 09.30.11

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Policy 4350 is based on requirements of Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act(IDEA), as amended.

Requirements specific to records of identified exceptional students are incorporated into this policy.

Records must be maintained for 5 years following the student’s graduation.

At that time, public notification shall inform parents/eligible students of timelines when personally identifiable information collected, maintained, or used is no longer needed to provide educational services to the student.

If notification is not received from the parent/eligible students requesting that the documentation be mailed to them, records will be destroyed in a timely fashion.

Any student who graduated in 2006 or years prior to 2006 from Gilmer County High School and received special education services while attending elementary or high schools (this includes the gifted program, speech, OT, or PT), may contact Patricia Lowther, Director of Special Programs at 304.462.7386x4, or Nancy Minney, secretary at 304.462.7386x3 to make arrangements to pick up your file or have it mailed.

If notification has not been received at the Gilmer Board of Education Office by Friday September 30, 2011 at 4:00 PM, then the 2006 and years prior to 2006 graduating class special education files will be destroyed.

If you are aware of someone who graduated with this class or any previous class whose records we may be holding, please notify them so they may contact our office before the deadline.

At the present time we house records that go as far back as the 1970’s.

This process of proper record destruction has never taken place in Gilmer County and thus a tremendous amount of out dated records remain on file at the central office, if you are unsure about any such documentation remains about you, please contact the central office and a search will be conducted on your behalf.


Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, inclusion in a PTA bulletin, student handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of each school. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children’s education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level. Students to whom the rights have transferred are “eligible students.“


• Parents or eligible students have the right to inspect and review the student’s education records maintained by the school. Schools are not required to provide copies of records unless, for reasons such as great distance, it is impossible for parents or eligible students to review the records. Schools may charge a fee for copies.


• Parents or eligible students have the right to request that a school correct records which they believe to be inaccurate or misleading. If the school decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student then has the right to a formal hearing. After the hearing, if the school still decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student has the right to place a statement with the record setting forth his or her view about the contested information.


• Generally, schools must have written permission from the parent or eligible student in order to release any information from a student’s education record. However, FERPA allows schools to disclose those records, without consent, to the following parties or under the following conditions (34 CFR § 99.31):

School officials with legitimate educational interest; Other schools to which a student is transferring; Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes; Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student; Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school; Accrediting organizations; To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena; Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies; and State and local authorities, within a juvenile justice system, pursuant to specific State law.

Schools may disclose, without consent, “directory” information such as a student’s name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance. However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them.


Paricia Lowther
Director of Special Programs
Gilmer County Schools
201 North Court Street
Glenville, WV 26351
304.462.7386

GRANTS AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES - 09.26.11

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New Leaders for New Schools: Aspiring Principals Program

New Leaders for New Schools is currently accepting applications for candidates who meet their 10 selection criteria (see website) and want to lead change for children in low-income communities by becoming urban public school principals.

Candidates should have a record of success in leading adults, an expertise in K-12 teaching and learning, a relentless drive to lead an excellent urban school, and most importantly, an unyielding belief in the potential of every child to achieve academically at high levels.

Eligibility: a minimum of 2-3 years of successful K-12 instruction experience; a teaching certificate preferred.

This application is for candidates who are not currently in a school-based instructional or instructional leadership role and do not work in a district, charter management organization (CMO), or city that is offering the Emerging Leaders Program.

Mini-deadlines: October 13 and December 01, 2011.

Final Deadline: February 07, 2012.


CVS Caremark: Community Grants

CVS Caremark Community Grants give funds to nonprofit organizations for programs targeting children with disabilities, programs focusing on health and rehabilitation services, public schools promoting a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs, and initiatives that give greater access to physical movement and play.

Additionally, some contributions are made to organizations that provide uninsured individuals with needed care, in particular programs where the care received is of higher quality and delivered by providers who participate in accountable community health care programs.

Maximum award: $5,000.

Eligibility: nonprofit organizations with programs targeting children with disabilities; public schools with programs for children under age 18 with disabilities.

Deadline: October 31, 2011.


State Farm/NYLC: Project Ignition

State Farm and the National Youth Leadership Council are sponsoring Project Ignition, which funds programs that give high school students and their teachers the chance to work together to address the issue of teen driver safety.

Maximum award: $2,000.

Eligibility: students grades 9-12.

Deadline: November 15, 2011.


USGA/Alliance: Grants for the Good of the Game

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) and the United States Golf Association (USGA) believe that golf should be open to everyone and supports a wide variety of programs that create opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in the sport.

They especially encourage inclusive programming- opportunities that allow participants with disabilities and participants without disabilities to learn and play the game side by side.

Maximum award: $20,000.

Eligibility: tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations as defined under Section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code or government entities such as public schools or municipalities.

Deadline: rolling.

Extreme Makeover: Homecoming Edition - 2011 - This Week

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Come out and help us bring back the spirit to Gilmer County High School!


•  Monday, September 26, 2011, will be a Powder-Puff football game at Brooklyn Field starting at 6:30 PM.

Any high school female wanting to sign up must bring $7.00 (team T-shirt included) when they sign up in the office. Admission to the game is $3.00.


•  Wednesday, September 28, 2011, there will be a Mr. GCHS contest during 4th block.

Sign-ups are in the office.

Admission is $1.00 for students.

Contestants enter at no cost.

Contestants will be judged in four categories:

-Active/Sports Wear

-Formal Wear

-A Talent

-An Interview Question

Winner will receive a gift basket valued at $100.00!


Thursday, September 29, 2011, there will be a bonfire at the college football field.

Free admission.

Tailgating starts at 7:00 PM, with the bonfire following immediately.

All community members and GCHS alumni are invited to attend.

Activities include:

-Cornhole Tournament.

-A Senior Spirit booth selling spirit beads, pom poms, etc. for the game.

-“Car Crunch” - each grade must attempt to fit as many people as they can into a 2-door compact car.

-50/50 tickets sold by the cheerleaders.

-Class vs. class tug-of-war.

-Pie in the face.


And other fun activities!

Come out and show support for the Gilmer County Titans.

Raze Unveils Campaign Featuring Real Stories from West Virginia Teens

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Officials at the West Virginia Department of Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health, say Raze, West Virginia’s youth‐led tobacco prevention movement, will release a media campaign that will feature teens from around the state who are telling their personal stories about how tobacco has affected their lives.

This campaign is an extension of last year’s “I did it” campaign, which encouraged teens to submit their stories about how tobacco has affected them personally.

The “I did it” campaign was launched in August 2010 and included television commercials, print ads, mall displays, movie theater advertising and sponsored local events.

Following the campaign, Raze received more than 600 stories from teens all over the state, sharing their personal stories about tobacco.

These stories were used as the foundation of the latest campaign, entitled “Raze for Real.” Specific teens’ stories were chosen to spotlight as part of the campaign and these teens were showcased in television commercials, print ads, billboards, social media initiatives and more. The campaign is set to launch in early fall 2011.

As part of the campaign, Raze created its own Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as its own YouTube channel, where teens can go and find out more information about the program and the teens featured in the campaign. In addition, the Raze website will receive a “Raze for Real” facelift and continue to serve as a resource for teens to learn more about Raze activities and membership opportunities.

The “Raze for Real” campaign will continue to the strong messaging against tobacco use amongst West Virginia youth. While smoking prevalence is declining among West Virginia’s youth, according to a recent state Youth Tobacco Survey, 22 percent of West Virginia’s high school students continue to smoke.

With its newest campaign, Raze is giving a voice to a generation that is still very affected by tobacco use and giving a face to the tobacco prevention movement. From the tragic to the inspiring, these stories tell the truth about tobacco – for users and for their loved ones.

For more information on the campaign and the program, please visit www.razewv.com.


About Raze

Raze is a teen anti‐tobacco movement with a membership of thousands of West Virginia youth. It is a campaign funded and facilitated by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health’s Division of Tobacco Prevention, in collaboration with the state American Lung Association. Raze is represented in all 55 West Virginia counties. Since its inception in 2001, nearly 15,000 teens have helped in the fight against Big Tobacco.

G-Fin™: U.S.A.: Economic Brief – 09.23.11

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Mass Layoffs (Monthly)

In August, employers took 1,587 mass layoff actions involving 165,547 workers.

Mass layoff events rose by 8 from July, and associated initial claims rose by 20,547.

The manufacturing sector reported 391 layoff events resulting in 48,997 initial claims.


State Personal Income, 2nd Qtr 2011

State personal income growth slowed to 1.1%, on average, in the second quarter of 2011, down from 2.1% in the first quarter.

Growth rates ranged from 2.2% in Nebraska and South Dakota to 0.7% in the states of Washington and Georgia.


Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2nd Qtr 2011

Real spending on travel and tourism increased at an annual rate of 2.6% in the second quarter of 2011 after increasing 2.8% in the first quarter.

WV High School Football Scoreboard - Week 5 - 2011

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AAA
#1 Martinsburg (4-0)
BYE Week
Princeton (2-3) 8
#1 Geo. Washington (5-0)20
#3 Bridgeport (5-0) 49
East Fairmont (1-4)14
So. Charleston (1-4) 6
#4 Capital (4-0)28
Greenbrier East (1-3) 17
#5 Spring Valley (3-2)14
#6 Huntington (3-2) 30
#16 Cabell Mid. (3-2)31 OT
#6 Hurricane (3-1)
BYE Week
#6 Musselman (3-2) 22
Washington (2-2)25
#6 Robt. C. Byrd (3-2) 14
#12 Elkins (4-1)23
#10 Wood. Wilson (4-1) 53
Ripley (2-3) 17
St. Albans (1-4) 7
#10 Parkersburg (4-1)29
#12 Fairmont Sr. (3-1)
BYE Week
#15 Nicholas County (3-1) 19
Lewis County (2-3) 0
Brooke (1-4) 20
Wheeling Park (2-2) 26
Hampshire (1-3) 7
Mtn. Ridge, MD 56
Hedgesville (2-2)
BYE Week
John Marshall (0-5) 0
Zanesville, OH 62
Morgantown (2-2)
BYE Week
Nitro (0-5) 22
Lincoln County (1-3) 66
North Marion (2-3) 50
Preston (1-3) 0
Parkersburg So. (2-2) 21
University (2-3) 3
Riverside (2-2)
BYE Week
Sherando, VA 36
Jefferson (0-5) 9
Winfield (2-3) 40
Tolsia (0-5) AA 15

AA

#1 Shady Spring (5-0) 41
Pikeview (1-4) 19
#2 Ravenswood (4-0) 40
Tyler Consol. (0-5) 7
#14 Logan (4-1) AAA 22
#3 Chapmanville (4-1) 21
Buck.-Upshur (0-5) AAA 15
#3 Grafton (5-0)42
Webster County (2-3) 20
#5 Lincoln (4-1) 13
#14 Liberty (H) (3-2) 19
#6 River View (5-0)33
#6 Pt. Pleasant (4-0) 42
Vinton, OH. 7
#8 Ritchie County (4-0)
BYE Week
#12 Gr. West (4-1) 34
#9 Summers County (3-2)6
#10 Oak Glen (4-1) 14
Beaver Local, OH 8
#11 Westside (4-1) 43
Independence (2-3)14
Sissonville (0-5) 12
#13 Wayne (3-1) 60
Jenkins, KY 12
#15 Tug Valley (4-1) 30
Allegany, MD 0
#16 Keyser (3-1) 34
Braxton County (2-3) 21
#16 Roane County (3-1) 41
Poca (1-4) 0
#16 Scott (3-1) 30
Berkeley Springs (2-3) 18
So. Garrett, MD42
Bluefield (2-3) 14
Charlotte Latin, NC 31
Clay County (0-4)
BYE Week
Frankfort (0-4) 14
No. Garrett, MD 21
Herbert Hoover (1-3)
BYE Week
Liberty (R) (3-2) 33
Sherman (0-4) 7
Magnolia (2-2)
BYE Week
Mount View (0-5) 22
Wyoming East (2-2) 49
Oak Hill (2-3) 54
James Monroe (2-3)20
Petersburg (1-3)
BYE Week
Philip Barbour (0-4)
BYE Week
Weir (0-4)
BYE Week

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#1 Wheeling Cent. (5-0) 31
Catholic Cent. OH 14
Calhoun County (1-4) 6
#1 Williamstown (4-0)69
Hannan (1-3) 0
#3 Buffalo (4-0)55
#4 Valley (F) (3-1) 21
#11 Fayetteville (4-1)33
#5 Wirt County (5-0) 21
Pksbg. Catholic (2-3) 0
#6 East Hardy (4-0) 72
Tygarts Valley (0-4)20
#7 Moorefield (3-2) 3
Warren County, VA55
#8 Meadow Bridge (4-0) 42
Pendleton County (1-3)36 OT
Waterford, OH. 8
#9 Wahama (4-0)61
Midland Trail (0-5) 18
#10 Van (3-1)19
#12 Bish. Donahue (4-1) 20
Notre Dame (2-3)10
#15 Cameron (2-3) 7
#13 Madonna (3-1)34
#14 Clay Battelle (3-1) 55
St. Johns, OH 0
#15 Doddridge County (3-2) 51
Gilmer County (0-5) 18
Richwood (1-4) 18
#15 Pocahontas County (3-2) 41
Hundred (0-5) 0
Paden City (2-2) 60
Mingo Central (1-3) AA 8
Man (2-3) 22
Montcalm (0-5) 8
Hurley, VA 64
So. Harrison (2-2)
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St. Marys (1-3)
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Toronto, OH (3-2) 22
Valley (W) (1-4) 8
Tucker County (2-2)
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