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Wyoming County Toy Fund volunteers are working to make Christmas a little brighter for underprivileged children. Volunteers have been working each Monday in preparation for the distribution party scheduled Dec. 15 at Wyoming County East High School. Charles Feller serves as Toy Fund secretary.
Toy Fund facing shortages
Few used toy have been contributed to the Wyoming County Toy Fund this year and officials worry there will not be enough toys for the underprivileged children served by the project at Christmas.
Sheriff’s deputies to be on lookout for drunk drivers
With the holiday season comes family gatherings, parties, business get-togethers and other annual festivities. It is these types of happenings that result in an increase in DUI (driving under the influence) incidents, according to Wyoming County Sheriff Randall Aliff.
World War II Marine writes book titled ‘Earned in Blood’
With uncommon wisdom, intelligence and humility, Thurman Miller, 93, a native West Virginian and a resident of Maple Fork Road near Bradley, is a member of the Greatest Generation. He spins a gripping tale through peace and war, work and family, love and redemption across 10 tumultuous decades in his autobiographical work “Earned in Blood.”
- Area movie premiere
Money, toys are needed
Time is running out to provide assistance for the Wyoming County Toy Fund.
- Toy Fund facing shortages