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WV Congressional Delegation Announces More Than $400,000 for Emergency Food and Shelter Programs U.S. Senators Robert C. Byrd and Congressman Rahall."Fundingmadeals with food and shelter. Jay Rockefeller. both D-W.Va.,along available through these programs go The jurisdictions in West Virginia withCongressmenNickRahall(WV- directly into state and local govern- that have been awarded funding are as 3) and Alan Mollohan (WV-1), have ments, creating job opportunities and follows: announced that the State of West Vir- helping ensure that we are prepared * Huntington/Cabell.WayneCoun- glma is due to receive more than for any circumstances." ties--$29.051 $400.000 under the American Recov- "The first thing we must do during '~ Barbour County- $3.732 cry and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), an economic downturn is to make* Berkeley County- $25,664 which will be appropriated through sure the hungry are fed and the home- * Boone County- $4.044 the Emergency Food and Shelter Pro- less are sheltered. This funding will * Braxton County- $3.409 gram (EFSP). Congress has chosen help our state meet that obligation. * Brooke County-$7.213 the EFSP as a vehicle for delivering and it signals the federal government's * Fayette County- $9.413 this funding because of the program's commitment to helping all of our citi- * Grant County-S3.179 impressive history of quick and effi- zens through this period," added Con- * Greenbrier County- $9,486 cient responses tothe areas of greatest gressman Alan Mollohan. * Hampshire County- $4,785 need. The EFSP assists social services * Hancock County-$9,924 "In these trying economic times, agencies in their efforts to feed and * Hardy County- $3,680 these funds give a helping hand to shelter individuals and families who * Harrison County- $13,655 those most in need to get them back are hungry and homeless. Funds * Jackson County- $6,932 on their feet. and help others obtain through this program have histori- * Kanawha County- $36.859 the needed services to facilitate their becoming reengaged in our society," said Byrd. who chairs the Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee. whose jurisdiction includes the Emergency Food and Shelter Program "The Emergency Food and Shelter Program has a proven track record of being very quick and very direct in getting aid to "local community and non-profit ef- forts. This. m turn. has the most direct impact on aiding struggling individual communities. In these troubling economic rimes. disabled and homeless individuals are particularly hard hit," said Senator Rockefeller. "These ARRA funds will assist those who are most in need and help them get through to better times. I am happy that these funds will get into the right hands just at the right time." "Protecting our communities is a top priority of mine and these grants will help make that possible." said cally been directed to supplement food. * Lewis County- $3,492 shelter, rent. n~ortgage, and utility as- '~ Lincoln County- $4.305 sistance programs for people facing * Logan County- $6.035 economic emergencies. * McDowell County- $4.993 In addition, the EFSP pays special '~ Marion County- $10,570 attention to the needs of homeless * Marshall County- $8.600 individuals with mental or physical ~ Mason County- $7.912 disabilities and illnesses, and works * Mercer County- $11.477 to facilitate access for homeless indi- '~ Mineral County- $6.953 viduals to other sources of services * Mingo Count),- $4.284 and benefits. The EFSP does not work * Monongalia County -$14.593 only to build new food and shelter * Nicholas County-$5.525 facilities, but also to rehabilitate those * Ohio County- $10.090 existing facilities to a condition that is * Preston County- $6,786 sate. sanitary, and in compliance with * Raleigh County- $14.614 local building codes. * Randolph County- $8,058 The EFSP determines which local * Roane County- $4,055 jurisdictions receive funding based * Taylor County- $3,492 on criteria that include current popu- ~ Upshur County- $5,191 lation, unemployment, and poverty * Wetzel Count),- $5,129 levels. Awards are then disbursed from * Wood County- $22,067 those jurisdictions to ) nonprofit * Wyoming County- $4.253 organizations and government agen- * State Set-Aside Committee, WV- cies within that jurisdiction that can $57,399 provide needy families and individu- * West Virginia Total- $400.899 Senator Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., commitment ($3.4billioninthe pack- budget request of $0 for the Natural hasannouncedthatlegislationrecently age alone) to investing in clean coal Gas. and Oil Research and Develop- signed into law by President Obama technologies] which bodes extremely ment Programs at NETL. For the last has a significant funding boost to help well for the future of cleaner coal for several years, the Administration has move forward efforts to further en- America," Byrd added, attempted to eliminate these pro- hance clean coal technologles. The programs receiving a boost in grams. The primary beneficiaries of The funding was part of the FY09 funding as a result of Byrd's eflbrts the research are the 5,000 U.S. inde- Omnibus Appropriations. and Byrd, were: pendent oil and gas companies that as the senior member on the Senate The Fossil Energy Research andemployonaveragelessthan20people; Appropriations Committee and who Development (FE R&D) Program The FE R&D also includes $288 is regarded as the father of the clean within the Department of Energy was million for the Clean Coal Power Ini- c~altechnology program, was ingtru- funded~t a record-level of $876 mil- tiative (CCPI), $203 million above mental in increasing the funding'f6( l iiSh. ,&)aicl:iis $I22 million above the President Bush's request of $85'mil- these programs, level requested by President Bush. lion. This funding will supplement "With the release of two reports by Much of this workis done through the the $244 million that has been previ- the House Committee on Scienceand National Energy Technology Labo-ously appropriated for a third CCPI Technology noting that the Bush Ad- ratory (NETL) in Morgantown. Thesolicitation.and$800millionincluded ministranon may have set back ef- work involves the development and in the American Recovery and Rein- forts to develop clean coal technolo- deployment of technologies to utilize vestment Act, providing more than gies by at least ten years, it is impera- coal. natural gas, and oil. in a more $1.5 billion for a very robust Round rive that we turn the corner and enter environmentally and economicallyIII solicitation that witlbe focused on a new era in funding clean coal tech- viable manner: carbon sequestration andstoragetech- nologies," said Byrd. "Over the past Within the FE R&D programs, nologies: and several years, I have fought back $404 million is included for Coal $475.750 for the West Virginia againsttheBushAdministration'slack ResearchandDevelopmentPrograms University's(WVU) Long-TermEn- of commitment to clean coal tech- (FuelsandPowerSystems)atNETL. vironmental and Economic Impacts nologies by using my seat on the The six Coal R&D programs focus on of the Development of a Coal Lique- Senate Appropriations Committee to the areas of coal and power systems, faction Plant in China program. This boost funding where I could, to keep carbon sequestration, hydrogen, and funding would allow WVU to con- these research and development pro- ~ clean fuels. Through these programs, tinue to access significant data on grams alive." NETL is carrying out high-risk, high- innovative combination andliquefac- "'Andwiththepassageofthe Ameri- value research that can accelerate the tion technologies being deployed in can Recovery and Reinvestment Act development of new energy technolo- Chinathat will allow the U.Si tobetter that was signed into law by President gles: pursue coal-to-liquids transportation Obama last month, we have made an Also within the FE R&D programfuels projects. unprecedented and historic funding is $25 million above the President's West State News On March 17.2009 SeniorTrooper Tract Wolfe (18 years of age) .was two counts of third degree sexual as- R. D. Anderson of the Bridgeport involvedinaphysicalaltercation with sault. Mr. Mcdiffitt was arraigned in Detachment responded to the West a juvenile male inmate. Mr. Wolfe HarrisonCountyMagistrateCourtand Virginia Industrial Home for Youth used his hands and fists to strike the then transported to the North Central near Salem. West Virginia for the victim. Basedupontheprobablecause Regional Jail. Any questions or re- purpose of conducting three separate obtained. Senior Trooper Anderson quests for interviews should be di- investigations involving adult male arrestedMr.WolfeonMarchl7.2009 rectedtoSeniorTrooperR. D. Ander- inmates. Staff members at the facil- for one count of battery. Mr. Wolfe son at 304-627-2300. ity alleged the following incidents was transported to the North CentralOn March 16. 2009 Trooper S. P. recently occurred on the grounds. Regional Jail where he currently Damaske. of the South Charleston On March 13, 2009 Mr. Brandon awaits arraignment. Any questions orDetachment. received anonymous Scott Enoch (18 years of age) was requests for interviews should be di- information concerning the operation involved in aphysical altercation with rected to Senior Trooper R. D. Ander- of an active methamphetamine labo- a juvenile male inmate. Mr. Enoch son at 304-627-2300. ratory at 1014 Middle Drive, St. used his hands and fists to cause ex- OnMarch 12.2009 Senior Trooper Albans. At approximately 3:00pro, tensive facial damage to the victim. R.D. Anderson of the Bridgeport Trooper Damaske andTrooper L. W. Based upon the probable cause ob= Detachmentrespondedtoacomplaint Price visited the residence to speak tained. Senior Trooper Anderson at- of a sexual assault which occurred at with the occupants, Mr. Mark Holley rested Mr Enoch on March 17.2009 the West Virginia Industrial Home (32 years of age) and Ms. Denise for one count of malicious wound- for Youth near Salem. Staff mem- Saunders (38 years of age). ing. Mr. Enoch was transported to bets at the facility advised Senior After obtaining consent to search the North Central Re~ionalJailwhere Trooper Anderson that they were the residence, the Troopers discov- he currently awaits arraignment, made awareofan incident in which an ered all the ingredients and materials On March 14. 2009 Mr. Sammy adult, male inmate and a juvenile, necessary for the production ofmeth- Lee Smith (I 8 years of age) was m- ['emale inmate had been inw4ved in amphetamine. Mr. Holley and Ms. w)Ived in aphysical altercation with a sexual activity in a bathroom, located Saunders were subsequently arrested staffmemberofthe facility: Mr.Smith in the Johnson High School building,for attempting to operate a clandes- used his hands and fists to strike the The male inmate was identified as tine laboratory. Both were arraigned staff member. Based upon the prob- Mr. Adam David Mcdiffitt (19 years in KanawhaCountyMagistrateCourt able cause obtained. Senior Trooper of ageL During the course of Senior and transported to the South Central Anderson arrested Mr. Smith on Trooper Anderson's investigation, heRegional Jail. Any questions or re- March 17.2009 for one count of bat- discovered that consensual sexual in- quests for interviews should be di- tery on a correctional officer. Mr. tercourse occurred on two separate rected to Trooper S. P. Damaske at Smith was transported to the North occasions between Mr. Mcdiffitt and 304-558-7777 Central Regional Jail where he cur- the 14 year old. female inmate. rently awaits arraignment. On March 17.2009 Senior Trooper American disposable diaper manufacturers generate about 50[ million pounds of plant diaper scrap per year. : The scrap must be landfilled or incinerated on site. Thursday, April 23. 2009 The Glenville Demoera! -- Page 5B e mp t6 in iiiil/i iiiiii iiiiiiiii!!iii:;i; : i: ii iiiiii; ii!:; :ii : PRESTON ALLISON Local Youth Places in 2009 The record number of hands shaken by a public figure at an official function was 8,513 by President Theodore Roosevelt at a New Year's Day White House presentation in 1907. EA DOLCE VI A PRESENTS & Rick Roberts Tennessee Clogging Classic SATURDAY, May 2nd 9 PM On March 27.2009. Preston Allison traveled to Bristol. TN. to compete as an amateur in the 2009 Bristol. TN. Classic Clogging Competition. During the first evening of the event. each contestant danced to a choreo'- graphed presentation. Preston made a good showing by placing fifth in his division. On Saturday's competition, each participant was given the opportunity to show their clogging ability in the freestyle form of the dance, in which the music was determined by the judges, and each contestant was able to "show their stuff." Once again, Preston had a great performance and did very well by placing second in his division. No doubt the judges and audience en- joyed his clogging, because the high- light of the evening came when he was designated as the 2009 Bristol TN., Clogging Classic Amateur Male. Preston made the trip with his great- grandparents. Asa and Carolynn Keith, of Sand Fork and his older sister and supporter, Lasa Mencer. Preston is the son of Malcolm and Lurenda Allison, also of Sand Fork and the Grandson of Bonnie Allison. of Tanner. Preston is a self-taught clogger, starting atthe age of seven. Preston and the entire family would like to thank the many supporters in Gilmer county, as well as surrounding coun- ties for giving him the opportunity to perform at many of their local events and family functions. The principal mark of genius is not perfection but original- ity, the opening of new frontiers. --Arthur Koestler La Dolce Vita Cafe Dinner Served 4th & Main Sts., Sutton WV from 5-10 pm for reservations, phon 304-765-3334 an's Thursday, April 30, 2009 4:30 p.m. until : ! "Back by Popular Demand", Kennedy's BBQ Beef Briskets BBQ Baby Back Ribs Deep Fried White Fish, Hush Puppies Baked Four Cheese Penne Pasta Corn on the Cob Country Green Beans Warm Rolls and Cornbread Muffins Full Salad Bar with Specialty Salads Asst. Cobblers, Cakes, Pies and MORE $10.95 Guests $9.95 Seniors & Flex $ 6.00 under 12 Free under five $7.50 Student Flex Please call ahead for reservations A screening program designed to assist your physician in providing preventative healthcare It Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital - Weston 7:0o a.m. to lO:OO a.m. Participation Requirements: All participants should fast for 12 hours. All analyses are performed on a small sample of blood. There will be NO PREREGISTRATION. Participants can arrive at any time between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. on the day of the test. The tests conducted on each participant include: Albumin Glucose RBC Uric Acid AIk Phosphatase GGI" SGOT VLDL Cholesterol 3 Blood Indices Hematocrit SGPT LDL Cholesterol BUN Hemoglobin Sodium LDL/HDL Ratio Calcmm HDL CholesterolT4 A/G Ratio Chloride LDH Total Bilirubin BUN/Creatinine Ratio Cholesterol (Total) Phosphorus Total Protein WBC Creatinine Potassium Triglycerides WBC Differential Globulin Also available is: PSA that aids the physician in the detection of prostate cancer; TSH for thyroid screening; and HEMOGLOBIN A C, which measures cumulative glucose values for diabetics. All test results will be mailed to the participant. REGULAR HEALTH FAIR PANEL - $32 PSA PANEL - $22.00 TSH - $8.00 HEMOGLOBIN - $13 This service is provided by the Weston Rotary in association with Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth A Pound of Cure