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first_img Top Stories The Arizona Cardinals have many options with the fifth overall selection: they could choose the potential shutdown corner Patrick Peterson, the possible future sack-master Von Miller or address the QB depth chart hole with one of the signal callers that may fall to them.Or they could take advantage of another team being enamored with one of these aforementioned prospects, trade down and accumulate more draft picks.And when Cardinals General Manger Rod Graves joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf Wednesday morning, he touched on that very subject. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation “I think at this point that we’re prepared for anything,” Graves said. “Many times, teams will call us asking ‘are you willing to listen’ and we say ‘yes we are.’”It’s a simple idea: if the Cardinals aren’t in love with any of the draftees available at their slot, put the pick up for sale and see what you can get for one of the teams that are rumored to be looking to move up like the Cowboys (#9), Washington (#10), Houston (#11) or Atlanta (#27).But is the value of the number five pick in the draft to the Cardinals?“We have some idea what that compensation needs to be based on [what players are available] at the time that we get ready to pick and based on the historical evidence of past drafts,” Graves said. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke 0 Comments   Share   Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

Rep Hughes bill calling for better reporting on veterans care gets Senate

first_img09Nov Rep. Hughes bill calling for better reporting on veterans’ care gets Senate approval Categories: Hughes News,News The state Senate today unanimously approved legislation which would require veterans agencies to report to the state House and Senate on key topics relating to veterans health care in the state facilities.“The oversight and improved care of our state’s heroes is a priority to everyone in the state House and Senate, as was proven by today’s vote,” said Rep. Hughes, who sponsored House Bill 5639. “We must have consistent updates from the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency and Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to make sure the long-term problems at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans are addressed quickly. We must do everything possible to ensure the health and safety of our veterans who sacrificed so much for our country.”Specifically, HB 5639 requires the state veterans agencies to detail information on staffing levels, number of patient complaints and staff responses, distribution of pharmaceutical drugs, how patient funds are allocated and number of resident deaths to House and Senate committees no later than Jan. 1, April 1, July 1 and Oct. 1 of each year.The state has two veterans’ care facilities, in Grand Rapids and at the D.J. Jacobetti Home in Marquette, but HB 5639 allows for reporting at any future buildings.“We’ve been told that the awful conditions at the Home for Veterans, which were shared in the legislative Auditor General’s report last February, are being addressed,” said Rep. Hughes, vice-chair of the House Committee on Military and Veterans’ Affairs. “This bill will make certain we know about key details of veterans’ care and can address any related issues in the Legislature.”Today’s Senate vote today follows a unanimous vote in the state House in early June. Rep. Hughes’ legislation advances to Gov. Rick Snyder for his consideration.last_img read more

What Do Tax Day Rallies Say about the Prospects for Trumps Tax

first_imgShare8TweetShareEmail8 Shares“1040-US Tax Return.” Credit: 401kcalculator.orgApril 15, 2017; CNBCAccording to, around 200 Tax Day rallies and marches took place on Saturday, April 15th. The rallies were a forum to draw attention to the fact that the nation has still not seen its president’s tax returns, despite the fact that he intends to take up tax reform as his next big challenge. The issue of the president’s no-show on his tax returns touches on a variety of accountability issues. Did he pay his fair share? How much business has he done—and is he doing—with foreign governments with which this country has delicate relationships, like Russia? What would his tax returns say about his belief in personal civic responsibility and a fair economy? Presidents and many presidential candidates have released their tax returns voluntarily since Richard Nixon initiated the practice in the 1970s.Trump refused to share his returns based on the presence of an ongoing audit, even though the IRS has said that should pose no problem. Ezra Levin, executive director of Indivisible, one of a number of high-profile progressive groups behind the marches, said, “It’s about whether or not the president of the United States is acting in the interest of the American people or whether he’s lining his own pockets or serving another master…Congress has the power to find out and they’ve used it before.”President Trump’s response to the rallies—delivered, as usual, by tweet—was to wonder who was bankrolling them. “Someone should look into who paid for the small organized rallies yesterday.” He dismissed the concerns of the protesters as those of people still hung up on the presidential election. “I did what was an almost an [sic] impossible thing to do for a Republican—easily won the Electoral College! Now Tax Returns are brought up again?”It shouldn’t be a surprise that the president’s tax returns are being brought up, as we are about to start a debate over taxes. In fact, the move seems to be on point.—Ruth McCambridgeShare8TweetShareEmail8 Shareslast_img read more

Discovery Networks has announced a raft of interna

first_imgDiscovery Networks has announced a raft of international appointments.Doug Baker, formerly chief financial officer at Discovery Networks International (DNI) has been promoted to the position of executive vice-president and CFO. He is responsible for leading all financial aspects of DNI, including oversight of regional CFOs in western Europe, CEEMEA, Latin America and Asia Pacific. He also serves as a strategic partner to DNI president and CEO Mark Hollinger and the regional presidents and managing directors. He has most recently has been asked to lead the division’s efforts in growing cross-regional international ad sales.John Honeycutt has been named executive vice-president and chief operating officer at DNI. Honeycutt works with Hollinger and the four regional presidents and managing directors to formulate divisional strategies across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America. He also leads the coordination of DNI’s corporate support services and is responsible for the management of research functions and overseeing DNI’s digital media business.In addition, Discovery Networks central and eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa has promoted Dorota Zurkowska-Bytner to vice-president, ad sales development, giving her responsibility for Discovery’s advertising business across 105 markets in the region. She will be replaced as country manager for Discovery Networks in central Europe by Olgierd Dobrzyñski who joins from Polish broadcaster TVN.last_img read more

UK pay broadcaster Sky is launching a new 3D proje

first_imgUK pay broadcaster Sky is launching a new 3D project with David Attenborough following the success of Flying Monsters 3D.The News Corp-backed network is launching Galapagos 3D, which is the first series to be produced by Colossus Productions, the joint venture company set up by Sky and Atlantic Productions to produce 3D content.This marks Attenborough’s fourth 3D project with Sky and follows 3D projects including Flying Monsters 3D, The Bachelor King 3D and Kingdom of Plants 3D, a series based in London’s Kew Gardens that will air next year.Galapagos 3D is a three-part series that tells the story of the remote islands and it will air in late 2012. 
John Cassy, director, Sky 3D, said:  “The Galapagos is one of Earth’s greatest treasures but it is unreachable for the vast majority of us. 3D will bring the islands to life for our customers in a way that has never been possible before. Sir David and Atlantic Productions are the natural partners to take on this ambitious project on – and ensure our natural history programming continues to break new ground.”last_img read more

Amazon Studios the original film and TV productio

first_imgAmazon Studios, the original film and TV production arm of the online shopping giant, has pledged to shoot all of its full original series next year in Ultra HD, also known as 4K.Amazon said the decision would apply to all new pilots and series that it films in 2014 and will include both comedy and drama, with Amazon Studios director Roy Price adding that Amazon plans to greenlight its first full drama series next year.“As a premium original content creator, we’re excited about 4K and the future of Ultra HD technology, particularly as we move into drama series next year,” said Price.“We think customers are going to love watching these series in the highest resolution ever available to consumers and we can’t wait to deliver it.”Amazon said that the move will let Amazon customers watch movies and TV shows “with unprecedented picture clarity” with 4K capable of offering video at a resolution of 8.3 million pixels—four times the number of pixels as standard full HD.Amazon Studios announced earlier this year that it will debut five new comedy and drama pilots in 2014, which will air on Prime Instant Video in the US and Amazon’s Lovefilm service in the UK. The most popular will then receive a full-series run.It is these full-series shows, along with additional pilots to be filmed in 2014, which will be made in 4K, said Amazon.At the same time the firm has launched a 4K Ultra HDTV Guide on its site, designed to give consumers “helpful information about the differences between 4K and regular high definition.”last_img read more

Brian Sullivan Pay TV operator Sky Deutschland exp

first_imgBrian SullivanPay TV operator Sky Deutschland expects to gain between 400,000 and 450,000 subscribers and full-year EBITDA in the range of €80-110 million in the new financial year after posting strong numbers for the quarter to June.Sky increased its overall direct subscribers by 82,000 in the quarter, taking its total to 3,813,000. Premium HD customers increased by 130,000 to 2,236,000, while Sky+ customers increased by 106,000 to 1,681,000.The subscriber growth was boosted by the earlier than expected migration of former Deutsche Telekom Ligatotal football subscribers to the Sky platform. Sky also achieved the lowest churn in its history, with a quarterly annualised rate of 7.7% and a 12-month rolling rate of 10.1%.A total of 451,000 customer now take Sky’s multiroom offer, the Sky Zweitcarte or second smartcard, up from 393,000 a year ago.Revenues increased by 14% to €428 million for the quarter, while EBITDA rose by 23% to €45 million.The company has changed its reporting period to run from July to June, taking it line with 21st Century Fox sister companies. BSkyB has placed a tender to acquire 21st Century Fox’s stake in the German pay TV service.“Having recently marked the fifth anniversary of Sky Deutschland, in what was not too long ago a dormant pay-TV market, we have now seen 20 consecutive quarters of continuous growth, and we think the potential is just starting to be tapped. In the past quarter net subscriber growth increased strongly, and customer loyalty hit new record levels with churn rates that are the best in our company’s history,” said CEO Brian Sullivan.“Many exclusive premieres of outstanding series and blockbuster movies in the quarter – every single one also available on-demand via the new Sky Go, which is now free for all Sky customers – confirm that Sky is the clear market leader across all platforms and genres. And with the return of action in the Bundesliga and Champions League following on from the incredible performance of the German National Team in the World Cup, we couldn’t be more excited about the year ahead.”last_img read more

Hervé Creff TV software specialist iWedia is provi

first_imgHervé CreffTV software specialist iWedia is providing its SAT>IP server software to Belgian digital TV headend manufacturer UnitronGroup for integration within the latter’s Johansson 9830 multiswitch.An early adopter of the SAT>IP standard for delivery of IP video over satellite to multiple devices in the home, iWedia has developed a SAT>IP platform comprising both a server and a client software.UnitronGroup has integrated iWedia’s SAT>IP server software in its new Johansson 9830 multiswitch which has received SES Astra certification for V1.2 of the specification.Targeted at multi dwelling units, equipped with four LNB inputs for Quattro or Quad LNB, and with two IP outputs, each supporting up to eight independent users on a Gigabit network, the Johansson 9830 multiswitch streams satellite TV and radio over IP towards smart phones, tablets, PC, and smart TVs.“With respect to SAT>IP, we were looking for a software provider which would bring us both the software product and the expertise. We have been in a position to benefit from iWedia’s strong SAT>IP knowledge and to base our product development on a robust, reliable, and already certified software component designed to be easily integrated,” said Stephen Deleu, R&D director at UnitronGroup.“We appreciate UnitronGroup’s capabilities to deliver sophisticated Digital TV headends in the market”, said Hervé Creff, VP marketing at iWedia. “And we have been delighted to accompany them in their SAT>IP multiswitch development with our state-of-the-art software component and strong expertise in the domain.”last_img read more

Dutch telco KPN is trialling a new OTT TV service

first_imgDutch telco KPN is trialling a new OTT TV service, Play by KPN, ahead of a planned launch of the service later this year.KPN has yet to reveal detailed information about the service, which is described as a single app that allows users to view content in a personalised way as either live TV on video-on-demand.The service will offer access to the most popular TV channels and a wide range of on demand content. It is available as one app for iOS and Android, or via Google Chromecast on a smart TV.The group plans to expand the closed user group to develop a definitive version of the service.“Play by KPN gives you the freedom to watch content when you want, wherever you are. It doesn’t even matter which internet provider you have,” says Diederik Rosenbaum, TV & Propositions Manager at KPN.last_img read more

Viaplay on Apple TV Modern Times Groupowned Nordi

first_imgViaplay on Apple TVModern Times Group-owned Nordic streaming service, Viaplay, is now available on Apple TV devices. Viaplay offers full seasons of TV series, a selection of films, entertainment for kids and live sports events including Premier League and UEFA Champions League football, NHL and Formula 1.“Apple TV is our most requested platform and we are thrilled to be able to offer amazing content such as UEFA Champions League, The Blacklist and Dora the Explorer to Apple TV’s customers,” said Viaplay CEO Rikard Steiber.Viaplay is already available on: PCs and Macs; Android and iOS mobile phones and tablets; the Viaplay box; smart TVs by LG, Samsung and Panasonic; and on the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 games consoles.last_img read more

US streaming service Hulu has swooped for exclusiv

first_imgUS streaming service Hulu has swooped for exclusive movies from premium pay network Epix after the latter’s agreement with Netflix ended with no new deal.All new Epix theatrical releases and original programmes will be made available 90 days on Hulu after the pay TV window opens.For Hulu, the deal is significant as Epix titles previously went out through rival Netflix. Hulu has been bolstering its film catalogue in the past year, scoring deals with the likes of IFC Films.Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Interstellar and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water will be available in coming months.Films including Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Trek: Into Darkness, World War Z and Wolf of Wall Street will be available at launch.“This is a landmark deal for Hulu and it marks a huge expansion for our offering of premium programming,” said Hulu’s senior VP and head of content, Craig Erwich.“Hulu already offers some of the best and biggest titles in television programming, but our subscribers have been asking us for more, and more recent, big movies. We listened,” he added. “Through this new deal with Epix, we are proud to now be able to offer a huge selection of the biggest blockbusters and premium films.”Netflix claimed it had allowed its Epix deal to lapse as its customers wanted “newer movies”, which its push into original filmmaking would provide.“It will take us time to build a robust slate of original movies, but we’re hard at work on it with such great stars and directors as Brad Pitt, Ricky Gervais, Judd Apatow, Angelina Jolie, Sofia Coppola and Adam Sandler,” Netflix’s chief content officer, Ted Sarandos wrote in a blog post.“While many of these movies are popular, they are also widely available on cable and other subscription platforms at the same time as they are on Netflix and subject to the same drawn out licensing periods. Through our original films and some innovative licensing arrangements with the movie studios, we are aiming to build a better movie experience for you.”“We know some of you will be disappointed by the expiration of the Epix movies,” he added. “Our goal is to provide great movies and TV series for all tastes, that are only available on Netflix. We’re confident you’ll enjoy our ever-improving catalogue.”Netflix still has film deals with Sony Pictures Animation, Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation, and will become the exclusive US SVOD home of Disney movies from next year.last_img read more

Shahrzad Rafati BroadbandTV the MCN owned by RTL

first_imgShahrzad RafatiBroadbandTV, the MCN owned by RTL Group, wants to build on its acquisition of YoBoHo, the outfit behind YouTube kids channel HooplaKidz, to create “the next Disney”, according to Shahrzad Rafati, founder and CEO of BroadbandTV.Speaking at the MIPCOM programming market this morning, Rafati said that international expansion is a big part of BroadbandTV’s strategy, and that the acquisition of HooplaKidz is to create a strong ecosystem within the kids and family market. “We wanted to add our expertise and complement what they brought to the table to create the next Disney,” she said.BroadbandTV acquired YoBoHo in April this year.She cited the example of Disney’s acquisition of Maker Studios and said that creating a “content engine” was vital. Content creators also need to become technology companies to work out the distribution piece. Particularly to mobile.Rafati said that there were a number of key lessons content providers had to take on board to make money. One is to find new ways of creating revenue from content such as creating retail stores as BroadbandTV has done. “You also need to think horizontally, because if something works in one market you need to be able quickly to take it to others,” she said.Rafati said that, as an MCN, owning and operating your own brands is “only part of the game”. She said that BroadbandTV owned 100% of its own original content but that “a strong strategy is about connecting content” across content from multiple sources, including originals and wholly owned and operated content.As an example, Rafati said that BroadbandTV had teamed up with The Huffington Post in July to create Outspeak, a citizen journalism network and build a “strong ecosystem for citizen journalism” that is different from “the push model” adopted by companies such as Vice Media.last_img read more

Salil Mehta Twentieth Century Fox and Fox Networks

first_imgSalil MehtaTwentieth Century Fox and Fox Networks has created a new division to oversee video-gaming, location-based entertainment and virtual and augmented reality productions under Twentieth Century Fox Film content management chief Salil Mehta.The new unit, FoxNext, will oversee the production of studio franchise VR experiences, such as the already announced Alien and Planet of the Apes productions, and work to commercialise Fox’s overarching VR strategy. FoxNext will also combine the efforts of the video gaming groups responsible for such hits as The Simpsons: Tapped Out mobile game and the Alien: Isolation console/PC game into one new interactive unit. It will also oversee the company’s location-based entertainment business including the development of the 20th Century Fox World theme park in Malaysia.Mehta, who joined Fox in 2013 from NBCUniversal, will take up his new role immediately and will report jointly to Peter Rice, Chairman and CEO of Fox Networks Group, and Stacey Snider, Chairman and CEO of Twentieth Century Fox Film.FoxNext emerged from the Fox Innovation Lab, which launched the company’s first commercial VR project, The Martian VR Experience, last year. Mehta will join the management of the Fox Innovation Lab as it broadens its remit across all of 21st Century Fox, according to the company.Making up Mehta’s team, Rick Phillips has been named as EVP of Fox Interactive, while Greg Lobardo will serve as SVP of Fox Location Based Entertainment. Brendan Handler will work under Mehta as SVP of new media and general manager of FoxNext’s VR Studio, while Ted Schilowitz will serve as Fox Futurist. Schilowitz will also continue to advise Ted Gagliano, president of feature post-production at 20th Century Fox.“We’re excited by the power of new technologies to drive the art of storytelling forward and we know we’ve only scratched the surface. Salil brings a strategic business vision and a deep understanding of new technologies allowing us to expand our creative capabilities,” said Rice.“Extending our storytelling to new platforms in new ways is a constant focus for us as we look to build more touch points with consumers every day. Building on the momentum we’ve already seen in this area via the Fox Innovation Lab, FoxNext represents a natural next step in defining our long-term vision in this arena, and Salil is quite simply the perfect executive to build this group into what we know will be an industry leader,” said Snider.last_img read more

UKbased TV technology outfit Amino Technologies s

first_imgUK-based TV technology outfit Amino Technologies saw its full-year revenues and operating profit surge in 2016, boosted by the integration of prior-year acquisitions Booxmedia and Entone.Revenue for the year was £75.2 million (€87.4 million), up 80%, while EBITDA rose by 80% to £13.5 million and operating profit by 100% to £10.2 million.Organic revenue was up 7%, two percentage points higher than the company’s management’s initial expectation of 5% growth.Amino said it saw strong take up of IPTV products in Latin America, while its Enable TV software platform was deployed to a number of new customers, including PCCW, where it will be used to deliver 4K Ultra HD TV services.Amino also saw new cloud TV contracts in Europe and new contracts with regional operators in North America.“This has been a very good year for Amino. As a result of our increased focus on sales execution, a broader product portfolio and the rapid integration of the two businesses acquired in 2015, all financial metrics are ahead of the expectations set at the beginning of the year. We now look forward to continuing the positive momentum generated in 2016 and to continue building the group for further long-term sustainable profitable growth,” said Keith Todd, the company’s chairman.last_img read more

Russian service provider Akado has begun rolling o

first_imgRussian service provider Akado has begun rolling out advanced interactive set-top boxes to its Moscow region subscribers.Akado said that rollout meant that its interactive TV offering could now be used with “any TV” as well as via smart TV, computers, tablets and smartphones.New functionality available to users of the Akado interactive set-top include access to 14-day catch-up TV, as well as an interactive programme guide. Other features include pause live TV and the ability to stop watching on TV and pick up from where the viewer left off on a mobile phone and tablet with the Akado TV application.The console can be connected to home WiFi networks both in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.Akado tapped Russian technology outfit LifeStream, its existing partner for the smart TV and mobile device-based service, for the set-top rollout. The operator is using LifeStream’s Android-based Smoshtreshka boxAkado launched the interactive TV offering on mobile and smart TV platforms in February with 170 channels, making the service available to users outside their home and outside the Moscow region in which it operates.The operator signed up its first 1,000 customers for the new service in May.last_img read more

ShemarooMe the OTT service from Indian Shemaroo E

first_imgShemarooMe, the OTT service from Indian Shemaroo Entertainment, has launched an Apple TV app. The company says that an app on Apple’s streaming device platform will enable it to ‘expand its reach’ and ‘provide an enhanced viewing experience’.The Shemaroo content library comprises Bollywood, Gujarati, Punjabi, Devotional, Regional, Kids, Contemporary and Classic titles with mass appeal. All will be available on demand via the ShemaroMe app.ShemarooMe offers an a la carte service, with users able to pick and choose the categories that they would like to pay for. Introductory pricing for individual category plans cost INR49 (€0.63) per month or INF499 (€6.43) per year. The all-access plans cost INR129 (€1.66) a month or INR999 (€12.87) a year.The ShemarooMe OTT app is available from Google Play, iOS App store or online.last_img read more


first_imgShareTweet THE Alley Theatre has a spectacular day of doggy activities planned as part of Summer Jamm in Strabane on Saturday 23rd June.Starting at 11.30am, Replay Theatre and singer-songwriter Dan Leith brings us lots of furry fun with ‘Woofle’ – a 30-minute show about one Dan and his dog with lots of silly songs. From chasing bees and getting mucky, to taking a walk and having a bath, this quirky combination of video footage and live music gives an unusual view of the ups and downs of having a dog as your best friend. With three showings at 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm there is plenty of opportunities to catch this show which is suitable for 3-10 year olds. Tickets for ‘Woofle’ are £2 each and all events in the Alley Theatre Courtyard are free. For more information visit or call 028 71 384444.‘FUR-nominal’ Pooch Day of activities planned for Strabane Summer Jamm was last modified: June 12th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: SpaghettiTHE ALLEY THEATREWoofie‘FUR-nominal’ Pooch Day of activities planned for Strabane Summer Jamm Outside in the Alley Courtyard from 12-3pm there will be loads of children’s entertainment as Annette ‘Spaghetti’ brings lots of party games, balloon modelling and face-painting, plus there may be a few surprise guests! Kids can get creative with dog-themed arts and crafts and get bouncing on our disco bouncy castle.Dog owners are also encouraged to bring along their dogs to take part in our fantastic ‘Pooch Pageant Dog Show’ at 3pm. Plus there will be lots of fun classes with ‘waggiest tail’, ‘best dressed’, ‘prettiest lady’, ‘most handsome gent’ and lots more.There will also be dog safety talks and behavioural advice, dog stalls and lots more.Why not spoil your furry friend to this wonderful Summer Jamm bash? The event is a fabulous opportunity for you and your pooch to have some doggy fun and to enjoy the festival atmosphere!last_img read more

Gardaí reported a positive outcome to the search t

first_imgGardaí reported a positive outcome to the search this Saturday afternoon: “Aidan Baldrick has been found and is safe and well. Thank you to everyone for any assistance given. Great outcome!”Relief as missing Derry man found safe and well was last modified: May 21st, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShaun Keenan Gardaí in Donegal have confirmed that missing man Aidan Baldrick (33) has been found safe and well.A widespread search took place this week to locate Mr Baldrick, who had been missing from his home in Derry since Friday 10th May.The search extended to Letterkenny after sightings of Mr Baldrick were recorded in the town on Friday evening. ShareTweetlast_img read more


first_img Pinterest Google+ Home NewsWatch Local News A Fundraiser Has Been Set Up For A Family In Hinton That Lost Everything In A House Fire HINTON, WV (WOAY) – A raffle fundraiser has been set up for a family in Hinton that lost everything in a fire.Matt, Lyndsey, and their daughters Mahayla and Lilli lost everything and their home to a fire on April 13, 2018.  Matt and Lyndsey are both extremely active volunteers in the Hinton community. All money collected will be given to their family to help them rebuild.  Tickets are 1 ticket for $15.oo or 3 tickets for $25.00.The winner will get everything listed below:Spa pedicure and Shellac Manicure from Studio M, (2) ThirtyOne bags from Haley Lane, (1) free 30 minute photo shoot from A Hazelwood Photography including images, (1) half day guided fishing trip from Two Rivers Outfitters, (1) free 6 month family membership to Bobcat Fitness Center, Hunting and Fishing merchandise plus a gift card from PC Outdoors, (1) $50.00 gift certificate to Chestnut Revival, (1) WV Roots decal & (1) set of leather earrings from Acord Made.If you would like to make a donation an account has been opened at First Community in Hinton or you can donate to anyone selling tickets.You can purchase tickets from Hinton City Hall, Chestnut Revival, Studio M, or contact Haley Lane or Ashley Hazelwood at (304)- 860-6350.The drawing will be held on May 4th! Facebook Twitter Previous PostFirst Lady Justice Announces Essay Contest Tumblrcenter_img Next PostInvestigators say 1 dead in TV tower collapse in Fordland, Missouri Local NewsNewsWatchTop Stories A Fundraiser Has Been Set Up For A Family In Hinton That Lost Everything In A House Fire By Tyler BarkerApr 19, 2018, 15:22 pm 653 0 Mail Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Tyler Barker Tyler Barker is currently the Interim News Director and Digital Content Manager for WOAY-TV. I was promoted to this job in Mid-November. I still will fill in on weather from time to time. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter @wxtylerb. Have any news tips or weather questions? Email me at Linkedinlast_img read more