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Page ~ The Glenviile Democrat/Pattifinder --Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004 B " ! ROUTE 5 CLOSED- This state road sign went up on Mon., Jan. 5 around 5:00 p.m. to alert travelers of Route 5 that the road was closed. A land slide occurred on Route 5 East to Burnsville just after the Braxton County State Road Headquarters in the bend, The mud slide occurred to due a wel' located at the top of the hill, causing trees to knock down powerlines, as well as mud that spilled over into the road that stretched as far as a couple hundred yards, making it impossible to drive around. (Photo by Dave Corcoran,. St.) UP AND AWAY! - The Braxton County State Road at work, as the team hauls lifts trees and mud caused from the land slide. The cleanup project a!so included Verlzon Communicaitons, who was on staff to fix the telephone lines and poles that had been destroyed in the mud slide, The total cleanup time took two days. (Staf Photo by Shaun Smith). A DIRTY ROAD- Down this dirty road, state road workers work well into the evening of Mon., Jan. 5 through Wed. Jan. 7 to help cleanup the overpowering land slide that forced mud and trees into this straight-away on Route 5 East. In the background, the mud and dirt is piled up as high as a normal pickup truck. Also, take notice to the power lines that hang down to the ground. This huge mess was cleaned up completely on Wednesday as traffic began to use the route again. (Staff photo by Shaun Smith). '0 As a component of thcir partner- shio with Peterson's AES will agian tS join the editors of CNNMoney in pro- viding content for Peterson's publica- tion, Get a Jump/The Financial Aid el Answer Book. The book is available to parents at their high school American Education Services. "We'veworkedhardtoprovidenew counselor'sofficeandarearetailbook- (AES) announced today a renewed student aid opportunites toensure that stores and libraries, containing expert partnership with Peterson's to jointly higher education is an affordable op- assistcollege-boundstudentsandtheir portunity for everyone," said AES families in preparing for college via President and C.E.O. Dick Willey. information, advice and access to "But the student aid process can be scholarship, grant and loan applica- confusing and frustrating. Our part- tions, nership with Peterson's allows us to Peterson's, part of the Thomson reachcollege-boundstudentsandtheir Corporation, is a world leader in col- families and walk them through the lege search, student aid search and ins and outs of student aid. 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