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Mr. Donald Setser Receives Award of Exemplary Services

On Friday March 16th Dr. Teresa Hardman, Associate Professor of Health Promotion and Health Education at Morehead State University presented Mr. Donald Setser, director of community services with Father Beiting Appalachian Mission Center with an award of exemplary services for his past efforts in promoting cardiovascular health in the citizens of Martin County while serving as director of senior services at Martin County Senior Citizens...

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Rockin’ Appalachian Mom Project Comes to Aid of Tornado Victims in Martin County!

        Prepared by:   Rockin’ Appalachian Mom Project (www.RAMPAmerica.org)   Contact:          Jenifer Howard 203-273-4246 ( [email protected]) Inez, Ky., March 12, 2012 – The Rockin’ Appalachian Mom Project (RAMP), a non-profit organization founded by mom and entrepreneur Amy Guerrieri, that works in the Appalachian region of Martin County Kentucky, and focuses on combating poverty through food, nutrition, and economic development, jumped into action after the devastating tornadoes that ripped through Kentucky in early March.  Amy and a team of 25 volunteers, from Martin County and Connecticut, Amy’s home state, worked in Martin County this week to distribute two...

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Sheldon Clark JROTC Program

Looking for a great way to advertise your business, organization and group? SCHS JROTC is now accepting donations to help with the obstacle course. Competitions and events will bring in a large amount of people from various counties. Sheldon Clark JROTC after requests from community members will accept donations under the following guidelines. All Donations are to be made to SCHS JROTC, these can be in cash donations of which you will receive a receipt and afterwards a letter to turn in for tax purposes showing a donation was made. All other transactions will be handled in same manner for...

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Father Beiting Point of Hope Transitional Housing Program is currently accepting applications.

Father Beiting Point of Hope Transitional Housing Program is currently accepting applications. Application criteria includes: drug and alcohol free for at least one month; attending self help group meetings and continuing education classes; attending NA & AA Counseling sessions as well as Biblical & Christian Counseling sessions; married or single with young children; actively working toward making positive and healthy changes in life; willing to undergo regular drug screening tests; program participates must able to financially contribute toward program expenses and utilities. Interested applicants must submit to a national criminal records check. For questions you may visit our website...

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Obituaries 1-3-2012

Brenda Jean Horn, 61 of Wurtland, KY; formerly of Martin County, KY; passed away on Thursday, December 22, 2011 in Riverview, Florida surrounded by her children. She was born on March 22, 1950 in Tomahawk, KY; she was  a daughter of the late Virginia Boyd and Clifford Mills who resides at Tomahawk, KY. She worked as a shipping coordinator for Sunoco Chemical in Ohio. She is survived by her son, Ron Horn of Wurtland, KY, two daughters, Crystal Riley of Riverview, Florida, Shauna Horn of Woodside, NY, three half brothers, Clifford Mills, Jr. of Ohio, Larry Mills of Tomahawk, KY, Darrell Mills of Tomahawk, KY, sisters, Sherry Briggs of Groveport, OH, and Congetta Horn of Tomahawk, KY as well as 3 grandchildren; Nicholas Riley, Katie King, and Austin Horn. Funeral services will be conducted on Friday, December 30, 2011 at 2:00pm at the Richmond-Callaham Funeral Home, Inez Chapel with burial to follow in the Cox Family Cemetery of Inez, Ky. Visitation will be from 6-9pm Thursday at the Funeral Home. Arrangements are under the care of the Richmond-Callaham Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please mak edonations to the Moffitt Cancer Center in memory of Brenda Horn. Visit their website for details: www. moffitt.org. * * * * * * * * * * DENVER MAYNARD 84, BORN JULY, 29 1927 OF KERMIT, WV. TO THE LATE EMMONS AND...

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