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Powhatan, Virginia

The hometown paper of M.T. Wilson

Vol. XXVII No. 4

January 23, 2013

Keeping the faith: Indians basketball coach, players maintain focus despite tough start to season. See 1B Powhatan’s Manes races to fourth straight win in arena racing series. See 1B

State park opening remains on hold Phase 1 of project is complete, but funds needed to staff facility are not in 2013 budget By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Anyone surveying the site of Powhatan’s yet-to-open state park might wonder what – if anything – is missing. The site, located on 1,564 pris-

tine acres along the James River in northern Powhatan, features picnic shelters, playgrounds and plenty of parking. There is a contact station, two ranger residences and even a boat slide to access the river. Nearly 200 eager volunteers are at the ready to help maintain the facilities and welcome visitors. According to Virginia State Parks Director Joe Elton, the only thing needed now is the funding to staff the park, as well as about $300,000 worth of one-time funds for maintenance equipment and ve-

hicles. And that, he said, is where the problem comes in. “The Phase 1 things that the General Assembly funded are just about done,” said Elton last week, but the Governor’s budget this year included no further funding for the Powhatan state park project. “What we need to do now is figure out how to get from here to there.” In hopes of getting “there,”

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Ruritans seeking citizen of the year

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Former NBC 12 weatherman Tom Patton talks about getting out of the weather and into the classroom

Group looking for nominations from community members Contributed report The Huguenot Ruritan Club is seeking nominations for the outstanding Powhatan Volunteer Citizen of the Year award for 2012. The award recognizes a Powhatan resident who, in the opinion of a panel of judges, volunteered an exceptional amount of their time and effort in 2012 to improve the quality of life in Powhatan County. The deadline for receiving nominations for this award is March 1, 2013. Nomination forms can be obtained by contacting Jim Cox at (804) 598-9099 or e-mail to coxmitchell35@verizon.net. The selected volunteer will be awarded a plaque recog-

Site of Powhatan’s state park

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Before coming to the Richmond area, Powhatan teacher Tom Patton worked for a time as a forecaster in Iowa.

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hree years ago, Tom Patton left his longtime gig as a TV weatherman at Richmond’s Channel 12, and joined the staff of Powhatan High School as a ninth grade earth science teacher.. Recently the Powhatan County School Board approved a new elective that Patton will begin teaching next school year: Meteorology and Forecasting. Recently he sat down with PT reporter Emily Darrell to talk about tornados, earthquakes, and the joy of bonding with strangers in the grocery store bread aisle in the face on an impending blizzard.

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You came to teaching in Powhatan after quite a few years as a TV weatherman. That’s a job that many people would think to be fun and exciting and maybe even a little cushy. Why did you decide to leave that for the field of teaching? I think the key there is the broadcast industry. I don’t think a lot of people grow old in that industry. If you’ll look around town, there’s usually not a lot of older folks. Maybe one or two per market. Usually you get a lot of attrition in general. see Patton page 1A

Inside

Sports

Index

A2 Happy Trails Grant will help county refurbish, connect Fighting Creek Park’s walking trails.

B1 Sports roundup YMCA basketball season gets underway; Breaking down sport of arena racing.

Calendar Classified Crossword Horoscope Letters

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Obituaries Opinion Quotes Real Estate TV Listings

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Powhatan Today, January 23, 2013

QU OT E S O F T H E W E E K

COMMUNITY BRIEFS Man charged with DUI after striking pole on Dorset Road A number of Powhatan residents living in the Mosley area were left without power for several hours Jan. 13 after a vehicle struck a power pole on Dorset Road. Shortly before 9 a.m., Virginia State Police responded to a single vehicle crash near the intersection of Dorset and Mosley, arriving to find a 2006 Ford SUV ripped nearly in half. While the driver, David C. Ervin, 21, was not injured in the crash, he was charged with driving under the influence after officers determined he had a blood alcohol level of .08 (which is the legal limit used to determine intoxication). Dorset Road was closed for several hours due to the downed power pole and power lines. The Powhatan County Sheriff s Office assisted with the state police investigation.

“It would be such a missed opportunity. It would really reflect negatively on the Commonwealth’s commitment to follow through.”

“Just a little bit ago, I was trying to make some copies and someone said, ‘I know you’ve been asked this a hundred times today, but what’s going to happen?’”

“It’s probably the hardest out-of-district schedule we’ve had since I’ve been here ... I also think a lot of our problems stem from a simple lack of consistency. We haven’t been able to put together a full game.”

Former TV weather man Tom Patton, now a teacher at Powhatan High School, on the fact that people still ask him about pending weather events (including last week’s winter storm). See page 1A.

Virginia State Parks Director Joe Elton, on the possibility of Powhatan’s state park not opening this year due to lack of staffing funds. See page 1A.

PHS boys basketball coach Steve Washburn on his team’s struggles. See page 1B.

Conservation group offering five college scholarships this year The Monacan Soil and Water Conservation District will once again be offering two college scholarships to local students. Graduating high school seniors and/or college freshmen within Goochland and Powhatan counties planning to major in agriculture, environmental science, forestry or other conservation related subjects are eligible to apply for one or both scholarships. The awards include: The VASWCD Educational Foundation, Inc. Scholarship Four $1,000 scholarships are awarded statewide each year. The purpose of these scholarships is to give financial support to students majoring in or showing a strong desire to major in a course curriculum related to natural resource conservation and/or environmental studies. Applicants are to be enrolled in college freshman level curriculum. Applicants must also document a class ranking in the top 20 percent of his or her graduating class or a document a 3.0 GPA. Applications must be returned to the Monacan SWCD by March 8, 2013. The Monacan SWCD (Marshall Bristow) Scholarship This scholarship is to be awarded to a promising graduating high school senior pursuing a career related to agriculture, forestry, soil science, natural resources, or environmental ecology. One or more scholarships will be awarded. Applications must be returned to the Monacan SWCD by March 8, 2013. Applications may be obtained by calling the Monacan SWCD office at (804) 556-4936 or at your local school guidance office. Email inquiries may be directed to betty.mccracken@vaswcd.org. Completed applications can be mailed to the Monacan SWCD office at PO Box 66, Goochland, VA 23063.

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A $100,000 grant will be used, in part, to connect Fighting Creek Park’s trails to the Scottville development.

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Grant will allow county to extend path through Fighting Creek Park By Emily Darrell Staff Writer

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here’s good news ahead for those Powhatanians who like a nice, invigorating

stroll. By the start of summer, Powhatan County officials believe that Phase II of the Fighting Creek Park Trails Project – which will add about one mile of new trail to the existing half

mile of trails – should be completed. The three phases of the project were made possible through a $100,000 grant issued by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) back in May 2010. Christopher Rapp, Powhatan’s director of utilities and general services, said that Phase 1 of the project, which involved repairing and resurfacing the existing trails and addressing erosion issues, has already been completed. The new mile of trail will connect to the current trails near the Powhatan Library at Mann Road and will wind through the woods all the way to Scottville. The new trails will make a 2.5- mile circular loop with the sidewalk system in the village. Rapp said that trees have already been cleared to make way for the new trail and that gravel and mulch have begun to be laid on the trail. A small portion of the trail will be asphalt, to improve access to the playground by strollers and the

handicapped. Most of the trail, however, will be mulch and gravel. “We’ve mulched a lot of dead trees,” Rapp said. “We’re trying to maintain as much natural surface as we can.” Several small bridges will span wetland areas and ravines and the entire trail will be surrounded by trees. “You’re out in the woods the whole way,” Rapp said. The approximately five-foot wide trails will be accessible by foot traffic only. Phase III of the project will include interpretive rest areas, maps, signs, and benches. The DCR grant required 20 percent in matching county funds, to be made up not of cash, but of donated time of county staff and of volunteers. Rapp said he wanted to give a “shout out to all the volunteers” that have helped with the project, including the Rotary Club (which donated exercise equipment), the Master Naturalists, and the Master Gardeners.

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Powhatan Today, January 23, 2013

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my first love is performing. Writing is something I have always done so I would be able to perform.

Recently, Wright decided he wanted to get back into playing music. He’s played several packed gigs at Creekside Grill in Powhatan and Despite his consider- says he is looking forward able success in the world to more dates in the area. of country music, Wright decided a few years ago I’ll be back in March, that he needed a change. and then just continue playing as often as I can. Country music had There seems to be a lot of changed and I didn’t work in the Richmond change with it. I guess I area, so I am really lookwas just too traditional. I ing forward to developing had gotten married and a following there. had a daughter, so I went back to school to become Curtis Wright will be a truck driver. Growing performing at 9 p.m. Jan. up on a farm, you learn 25 and 26. Creekside how to use tools and how Grill is located at 1795 to drive equipment, so I Southcreek One in the just had to learn how to Southcreek shopping cenmaneuver a really large ter. For more information, vehicle. please call (804)3796569.

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Park: Without further funding, state park will sit unused Del. Lee Ware R-Powhatan has introduced two separate budget amendments asking for both the one-time money and the $375,000 in first year operating costs that would allow the park to open this year. Calling the park “one of those rare, win-win achievements for us all,” Ware, a Powhatan resident himself,urged residents to send letters of support for the park to the General Assembly’s Appropriations Committee. “A host of individuals, some in government, many behind the scenes as citizens – the name of Bobby Wilcox leaps to mind, for example – have labored for years to make the park a reality,” said Ware in an e-mail last week, also reiterating why the project is such a boon for the county. “The park offers splendid fa-

cilities, preserves for public use a marvelous tract of land along James River, and will attract to our beautiful county a steady stream of visitors whose spending on a memorable get-away to the country, benefitting many local businesses,” said Ware. Johnny Finch, the president of the Virginia Association for Parks, a nonprofit army of over 6,000 volunteers, has been a strong supporter of Powhatan’s state park project and has lauded Ware’s efforts. “Delegate Ware is leading the way and is committed to this and I really think we can get this done this year,” said Finch. According to Finch, the total impact of the Virginia State Parks on the state and local economies was approximately $198.8 million in 2012, said Finch, which represents an 11fold return on the $17 million

put into the park system. Elton said he would expect Powhatan’s state park to draw between 40,000 to 50,000 visitors to the county in the first year alone, boosting revenue and introducing thousands of outsiders to all that Powhatan has to offer. But if the funds can’t be found this year? Then, said Elton, unfortunately “it will be a park that is waiting to be open. We’ll have to mothball it until we get the funding.” Elton said he remains optimistic that this scenario won’t play out. If the park didn’t open this year, “it would be such a missed opportunity,” he said. “It would really reflect negatively on the Commonwealth’s commitment to follow through.”

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Powhatan Today, January 23, 2013

COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, Jan. 23 .The Powhatan Lion’s Club meets the first and fourth Wednesday of each month at the County Seat Restaurant at 6 p.m. Contact Mike Jones 794-1440 for more information. Evening Book Group meets the fourth Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Powhatan Library. The Powhatan Public Library holds a Preschool Story Time for children ages 3-5 at 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday. The event typically lasts approximately 45 minutes and includes stories, flannel boards, finger plays, puppets, songs, and other developmentally appropriate activities. Occasionally a craft activity will be provided at the end of the program and a snack treat may be provided during holidays and other special events.

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Robert L. Worsham Robert L. Worsham, 92, of Powhatan, widower of Gertrude Moyer Worsham, died January 15, 2013. He is survived by four sons, Robert L. Worsham, Jr. (Faye), Wallace B. Worsham (Brenda Hook), Johnny E. Worsham (Theresa Baty), Phillip A. Worsham (Marie), all of Powhatan; six grandchildren, Bobbie Faye Stiltner (Chris), Richard Worsham (Sherri), Curtis Worsham, Cynthia Worsham, Brittany Caprara (Leland), Corey Crostic (Sherri); seven great grandchildren, Hunter, Hannah, Emma, Faye, Rusty, Matt and Taylor. The family received friends at the Bennett & Barden Funeral Home in Powhatan, where services were held. Interment Powahtan Community Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Stanley May Memorial Cancer Fund, 4813 Old Buck-

CHURCH DIRECTORY 2901 Judes Ferry Road

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New Hope Fellowship Foursquare Church 2804 New Dorset Circle Powhatan 804-592-8564 Matt Ridenhour, Pastor Sunday Service 10:30 A.M. Youth Group on Wednesdays 7:00 P.M. Bible Study/Worship Service: 1st and 3rd Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Life groups 2nd and 4th Wednesday 7:00 P.M.

Brad Russell, Pastor 598-4241 First Worship 8:30 am Bible Study for all ages 9:45 am Second Worship 11:00 am Wed. Family Ministry 6:30 pm

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Powhatan Today, January 23, 2013

C I V I L WA R H I S TO RY

Emancipation Proclamation was only first step To mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, Powhatan Today will run a monthly article detailing what is happening during the same time period as one hundred and fi fty years ago. The se articles are written in real time, the better to experience the facts as readers would have during the war.

By Jason Moore Special to Powhatan Today

Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation became effective Jan. 1. As promised in September, President Lincoln issued an order freeing all slaves living in rebel states. The proclamation does not free slaves in the District of Columbia, Missouri, Maryland, Kentucky, Delaware, parts of Louisiana, tidewater Virginia, West Virginia and most of Tennessee. It is estimated that only 20,000 to 50,000 slaves of the nation’s 4.5 million slaves have been freed by the act’s implementation. Lincoln claims authority to issue the proclamation, based on his constitutional duties as Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces and his ability to declare martial law. Martial law allows the President to suspend the power of civilian authorities (courts, elected officials, etc.) in areas during times of rebellion or war. Lincoln has declared martial law in every Confederate state allowing Union military officials to act in place of civilian authorities. The Proclamation does not affect the operation of civilian courts in areas either rebellious

areas under Union control or areas not in rebellion. In addition, the Emancipation Proclamation is a war-time measure which does not change the constitutional status of slavery. A constitutional amendment will be required to permanently end slavery. Now that slavery is a central component of the Federal war cause, its history and evolution in American should be examined. The first African slaves were brought to South Carolina in 1526 by the Spanish. The adventure ended badly. The slaves revolted, killed most of the colonists and fled into the interior to join

“The Emancipation Proclamation is a war-time measure which does not change the constitutional status of slavery. A constitutional amendment will be required to permanently end slavery.” local Indians. The Spanish colony of St. Augustine, Florida founded in 1586 also possessed a small slave population, but no insurrections occurred in Florida.

The first English owed slaves arrived at Jamestown in 1619. A Dutch merchant ship, the White Lion, was blown off course and battered by bad weather. The ship sought shelter in the Chesapeake, and exchanged her cargo of 30 Africans, roughly half male, half female, for provisions. Some of the Africans became slaves. Others became indentured servants, obtained their freedom and became slave holders themselves. An English ship, the Treasurer, traveling in concert with the White Lion tried to broker the same deal a few weeks later. Governor George Yeardley did not want to bargain with an English slaver, and turned the ship away. As an interesting aside, the Treasurer’s Captain masterminded the kidnapping of Pocahontas while she onboard the Treasurer in 1613. The reason some Africans abroad the White Lion became slaves and others indentured servants goes to the heart of why slavery developed as an economic force. Until the 1660s, it was cheaper to purchase and maintain an indentured servant than to own a slave. For those unfamiliar with the term indentured servant, they are people who, in exchange for travel to the Americas, room and board, consented to work for a master for a set period of time to repay the cost of the travel, room and board. The term of the contract was from five to seven years. Fifty percent of all colonists relocating to Virginia between 1607 and the 1660s died with-

in a year of arrival. If a person survived the first year of “seasoning”, as it was called, they could expect to live out a normal life cycle. An indentured servant cost half the price of a slave during that period. Why buy a slave when based on the odds the slave would die within one year of arrival? Furthermore, a person willing to bring an indentured servant to Virginia received a governmental land grant as an incentive to colonize America. In addition, there was an abundance of free Englishmen willing to risk “seasoning.” After

their service ended, an indentured servant had the opportunity to obtain cheap land, start a farm, get his own indentured servants and use the head-rights from the indentured servants to obtain more land. It was simple economics that prevented slavery taking root in Virginia until the 1660s. In the 1660s, economic conditions changed: fewer people were willing to immigrate to America, the life expediency rates in America increase and the costs of slaves decreased. Beacon’s Rebellion also scared large planters into be-

lieving slaves would be easier to control, than free poor indentured servants who were willing to use violence to obtain their goals. These economic changes made slavery a feasible method of supplying cheap labor At the same time, courts and legislatures began addressing slavery. John Casor became the first legally recognized slave in the colonies. In 1654, he filed a freedom suit claiming he was an indentured servant who had been held past his term. A Virginia court ruled see Civil War page 6A

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The Episcopal Churches of Powhatan welcome you!

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church SUNDAYS 8 AM Holy Communion 9 AM Family Service of Holy Communion with children’s sermon followed by 10 AM Sunday School • 11 AM Holy Communion with Choir 5:30 PM, 4th Sundays September through May, Taize Service WEDNESDAYS 7 PM Holy Communion and Healing Service

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Civil War: Codes originated in the 1690s Continued from page 5A

resentation in Congress and 2) how to address the international slave trade. Compromises addressed both issues. Slaves were counted as three-fifths of a free white. The importation of slaves was protected for twenty years. Amazingly, the words, slave and slavery, never are used in the United States Constitution. Between 1776 and 1804, every Northern state emancipated its slave population, most using a gradual system in which slaves were converted to indentured servants. Massachusetts was an exception. A slave named Quock Walker brought a freedom suit in 1800 claiming slavery violated the state constitution. The courts agreed, and Walker was granted his freedom. The federal government also addressed the status of slavery in federal territories. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 outlawed slavery in land northwest of the Ohio River, but allowed it south of the Ohio River. In 1820, Congress agreed to the Missouri Compromise which regulated slavery in the Louisiana Territory. Slavery was allowed south of Missouri and prohibited north of its southern border. Congress also instituted a gag rule in 1831 which prevented Congress receiving any petition to abolish slavery. The gag rule stood for fourteen years.

against Casor and declared him property for life of Anthony Johnson. Anthony Johnson happened to be a free black land owner. England never passed a law legalizing slavery, but Virginia passed the first law legalizing slavery in the colonies in 1662. The law stated a person’s status, as free or slave, was based on the status of the child’s mother. All children born of a mother who was a slave were slaves. The law ran counter to English common law which held that the status of a child was based on the status of the father. The law was passed because the mixed race daughter of a free Englishman suited for and won her freedom in a Virginia court in 1656. Slave owners did not want their children by slaves to have the opportunity for freedom through the courts. Southern colonies began to pass slave codes during the 1690s. These codes barred Africans from voting, holding office or being emancipated unless the owner paid for their removal from the colony. By the time of the American Revolution, every colony allowed slavery. Just before the Revolution in 1772, slavery was declared unenforceable in England by order of the Chief Justice of the King’s Bench. The ruling did not extend to the colonies. Slavery was not a major issue between the colonies, but did become an issue after the Revolution. At the Constitutional Convention in 1787, slavery divided the states based on two issues: 1) how to count slaves towards rep-

Next week, Part 2: Wilmot Proviso offers next test for slavery Jason Moore is a Powhatan County Supervisor representing District 2.

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E N G AG E M E N T Myers & Poore Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne and Mary Myers, of Powhatan, and Melinda Thompson, of Amelia, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Kimberly Gail Myers to Tony Poore, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony and Debbie Poore, of Amelia. Kimberly is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Sr. and Mae Myers, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Doug and Myrtle Osborne, of Powhatan, and Mrs. Loretta Davis, Sr. of Cumberland. Tony is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Shirley Arrington, Mrs. Margie Poore and the late Mr. Edward Poore, all of Amelia. An April 2013 wedding is planned.

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Patton: Former TV weatherman, now a teacher, will introduce meteorology class to PHS

I absolutely agree. The weather is the filler for when there is no conservation; you at least have the weather, regardless of nice, bad, mediocre, or whatever. It’s just that sometimes you get bigger events that really egg on conversations about the weather. Like a big snow event – two strangers will come together in the bread aisle and somehow talk about that, where typically they wouldn’t interact.

So you’re calling us wimps a little bit? Like we’re a little wimpy when it comes to Oh, yeah. There’s still weather?

And I assume to you that weather is pretty exciting.

a bit of energy or excitement that you kind of feel like you’re a part of somehow. Just a little bit ago, I was trying to make some copies and someone said, “I know you’ve been asked this a hundred times today, but ‘What’s going to happen?’” [This interview was conducted last Thursday when the forecast was calling for snow.]

This leaves me to my last two questions. The first is: How much snow are we going to get tonight?

We’re going to have to get cold pretty soon for it to stick. I mean it might snow, those big don’tknow-what-to-do type snowflakes, when it’s 35, 36 out.

OK, so since you’re a big sports fan, my last question is: Who’s gonna win the Super Bowl? Oh, much to my dismay, probably New England.

Who do you want to win?

Well, by the time this Well, all of my teams comes out tonight will be are out. In fact, every team in the past, right? I’ve wanted is gone. I Yes, but we’ll know if mean, New England, you were right or not. who’s gonna beat them? Well, one thing that’s concerning me, and I’ve been watching this throughout the day, is that the temperature’s been pretty warm. It’s still about 45 and it’s the afternoon.

The Ravens, maybe? I hope! I would want that to happen. But I think New England’s too powerhouse, too strong, too good at everything.

No, not really. You’ve just got to keep it relative to the population. If there’s snow in Myrtle Beach, c’mon an inch of snow in Myrtle Beach – which happens now and then – well, everyone’s gonna freak out.

I’m starting to get some ideas together now. I think we’ll cover some aspects of forecasting – and the media relationship, I like that idea. Because the National Weather Service is a government agency, NOA, which I think a lot of people don’t understand. We’ll also cover basic elements of weather, a little more advanced elements than we teach in ninth grade. I’ll also cover the [Laughs.] I’ll put it this presentation of forecastway: It will get very ing – the weather’s a story hyped, but a lot of people and it has to make sense. are interested. I mean, if you’re gonna hype a nice, So tornado chasers, sunny day that’s 75 de- and surfers that go grees, that’s a little out of out in hurricanes, control. But if there’s a and photographers pending event and everythat’ll just go out in body’s talking about it, then that’s what you’re anything? going to tune in for. So, Yeah, they’re crazy. yes and no to your ques- [Laughs.] They’re a little tion. nuts. But that could be relative with age, as well. When you get a little more What is the most seasoned so to speak, thrilling weather event that’s nuts. When you’re you’ve ever personally young, I’m sure it’s great and fun – which it is. witnessed?

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So what do you plan to teach in your meteorology class?

Sometimes you hear people complaining that the news media overhypes storms – that they go crazy every time it’s going to snow or every time it’s going to rain. Do you think this is true, having worked for 14 years in the TV news media as a weatherman?

Ok, a couple stories: One of the most bizarre is when I worked for Channel 12 – maybe it was 2003-ish, I can’t remember the exact year. Right before we were going on the air – we were just starting a 4 o’clock newscast – at about 3:58, the building started to shake. We had a violent earthquake. I had never really experienced an earthquake. I remember Gene Cox saying, ‘Oh, wow, everything just shook, what’s going on?’ and I said, ‘I think it was an earthquake.’ What else could it have been? A lot of trucks go by on Midlothian Turnpike and you would hear brakes and little rumbles, but to hear something where your whole head was vibrating, you had to know that was an earth-

barometer is high, because moods are better and people are willing to negotiate better. I think that’s just kind of the tip of the iceberg on that kind of thing. You know, I kind of get a little down on gray days, a little more depressed, I get tired easier. People retire and move to Florida for a reason, I think – away form Michigan or Ohio or somewhere like that.

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quake. It was just an uncanny time. It was right before we were going on the air. So whatever the news of the day was, now something that had happened a minute or two before was the news of the day. You know, I’ve chased tornados. I lived in Iowa for awhile and did the weather in Iowa, which was a heck of a training ground, because the weather there was downright violent. When you’re here and they talk about violent weather, it’s really hard sometimes to take it seriously – like a couple inches of snow. But you have to keep it relative to the population. If they’re not used to it, a couple of inches is bad. Or if there’s not a lot of snow removal equipment, a couple of inches is kind of a headache.

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Henrico County schools are set to vote on a measure that would impose stricter academic achievement guidelines on student athletes. Do you think this is a good idea? E-mail answers to editor@powhatantoday.com or submit them online. Visit www.powhatantoday.com to see fellow residents’ responses.

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High schools should be asking more of athletes By Roslyn Ryan Editor

On Thursday, Jan. 24, the Henrico County School Board is expected to vote on whether to mandate that high school athletes maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average. This is a stricter policy than the one set forth by the Virginia High School League, which requires only that a student must be enrolled in at least five classes and have passed five classes the previous semester. Henrico is certainly not the first school system to attempt to impose a higher academic standard on student athletes. Norfolk and Newport News have instituted similar policies in recent years, and Richmond schools are in the process of doing the same. Hopefully, at some point in the future, all Virginia schools will follow suit. While the current VHSL policy is, one would suppose, a way to ensure that students are compelled to make some kind of effort, it also offers a loophole you could kick a field goal through – namely that a student making straight Ds can still be eligible to play high school athletics. Playing sports in high school, particularly for a competitive program, requires hours and hours of practice and preparation, not to mention the travel and actual game time. If you allow a student to devote those hours to sports when they clearly could use them to study or improve their grades, what message are you sending? Raising the standard will push students to put forth their best effort, if only because they want to remain eligible to play. And a student whose best effort nets only a D average is a student who has far more to worry about than suiting up for the next game. Having spent several years interviewing Powhatan athletes for the sports section of this newspaper, I can say this with certainty: They can make the grade. Just as they rise to the occasion on the field, they will rise to the occasion in the classroom. If we don’t ask them to, we are failing them. *** As we pointed out in our story on page 1A this week, Phase 1 of the long-awaited Powhatan State Park on the Historic James is all but complete. The project will be a tremendous benefit not just to the tens of thousands of visitors who are expected to flock to the site, but also to our county – unless, of course, it remains closed due to a lack of the funds needed to staff it. We thank Del. Lee Ware, R-65, for taking up the cause of the park and presenting his budget amendment, one that would allow the park to open by the summer. The project has simply come too far to stall now. For Powhatan – and for park lovers everywhere – it’s time to finish the job.

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t was Christmas Eve and we had just returned from a candlelight service. My family was enjoying some hot chocolate and unwrapping a couple of presents with my mother-inlaw. Bing Crosby’s “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” was playing in the background when our doorbell interrupted the moment. I looked at my watch and noticed it was quarter till eleven. I wondered who on earth was coming by the house so late at night. When I opened the door, I looked out into the chilly Chesapeake darkness but I couldn’t see anybody there. I looked down and discovered a small box. Then, out of the corner of my eye, I noticed a man in a USPS jacket jumping back into his delivery truck. I shouted after him, “Thank you, Merry Christmas!” The mailman half-turned back

“Merry Christmas!” in return, jumped in his truck and disappeared into the night. Now, I wish I could tell you more about the man who was delivering presents at that hour on Christmas Eve, but by the time I got to the door, he was far enough away that I couldn’t make out his face. There was nothing extraordinary about our interaction, but right there at that moment on my porch, I was overcome with a sense of appreciation and gratitude to all the public servants who seldom get the recognition they deserve. I immediately thought of all the soldiers, sailors and airmen serving overseas who were spending their Christmas in Afghanistan and other dangerous lands protecting our freedom and wayof-life. I pondered their families, who might be celebrating Christmas with an empty chair this year at the dinner table. We are so thankful and grateful for their service. I thought of firefighters and police officers responding to emergencies in the middle of the night throughout the year. Their families don’t have the luxury to turn

night. I thought of Virginia shipbuilding welders supporting our national defense manufacturing base and pictured teachers grading students’ papers at their kitchen tables as their clocks ticked towards midnight. My mind turned to a story I heard about a social worker recently. He works as a counselor with troubled, under privileged and inter-city adolescents. He described a typical day counseling session with 15 teenagers, where he was sifting through the physical and emotional scars of gang violence, sexual abuse, parents abandoning them, and countless arrests. His goal in each session was to make a connection – some kind, any difference with one or two of the children. “Some days I wish I could be a mailman,” he had recounted to a friend. “I would sort the mail, load up my delivery truck and go out and distribute the letters. When my truck was empty, I would go home and I would not have any more mail to think about until the next day…” His voice trailed off for a second see Forbes page 9A

L E T T E R S TO T H E E D I TO R Ware’s words were definition of civility despite hot topic Dear Editor, The Powhatan County Public Library recently installed an exhibit about Civility in the atrium display case. Therefore I was so pleased to read Delegate Ware’s thoughtful, civilly expressed article about uranium mining – what excellent timing! Clearly the topic of uranium mining is controversial and will have many viewpoints. But the ability to create an open forum for dialogue and polite discourse is a vital part of our society and even more necessary when the subject matter can polarize P.O. Box 10 Powhatan, Va. 23139 Phone: 804-598-4305 Toll Free: 877-888-0449 Fax: 804-598-7757

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for improvement of the state highway that will carry visitors to the park. As we all know, the intersection of Route 522 and Old River Trail is a dangerous stretch of road with inadequate sight-distance precisely where the entrance to the new park is situated. The Board

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people. Delegate Ware is far more eloquent than I, so I will simply point to his words and actions that I found so compelling. He thanked the subcommittee members who “listened carefully” and discharged their responsibility with “open-mindedness, and civility.” He acknowledged his colleagues opposition to uranium mining and concerns but came to his own alternative conclusion. Yet Delegate Ware still recommended “that the legislature respond with reason, imagination, and also, with due regard to opposing views, with civility…” Really, isn’t that all we can do and ask of each other? Peggy Martin, Director Powhatan Public Library

Animal rights advocates ask GA to ban fox penning Dear Editor, Last week, Humane Dominion, a Virginia-based, Christian Political Action Committee, urged the General Assembly to end a particularly gruesome and inhumane practice known as “fox penning.” Humane Dominion will be teaming with a coalition of animal advocacy groups from Virginia and across the country. Humane Dominion representatives plan to meet with members of see Letters page 9A

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Ware: Delegate seeking funds for water lines Letters: Demanding an end to fox penning Though there are some hurdles to overcome, there is reason for guarded optimism that funds for the Powhatan project will be included in the budget for VDOT that will be proposed by the House of Delegates. You can well imagine that working to translate that hope into an accomplished fact is among my highest priorities for the next few weeks. As an addendum to the budget, through a proposed Amendment, I am hoping to secure an additional $2.9 million for new water lines to serve the Virginia Correctional Center for Women (VCCW) in Goochland Court House and also Beaumont and Powhatan Correctional

Center in Powhatan (PCC). The new lines would stretch nearly 16,000 feet, including 1,060 feet beneath James River from VCCW to Beaumont. New lines from the current storage tank along Route 6 in Goochland to PCC would exceed 7,500 feet in length. The current lines, which leak in countless places, were installed in 1945. A separate Budget Amendment seeks $5.1 million for a new onemillion gallon water storage tank adjacent to a new water treatment near James River Correctional Center (JRCC)-the State Farm--in Goochland. The new tank would greatly enhance the water available during

hours of peak-demand at James River, the Police Academy, Deep Meadow Correctional Center, VCCW, Beaumont, and Powhatan Correctional Center. Also benefitting would be residents of Goochland Court House. Both of these amendments seek funds were not included in the Governor’s budget for the Department of Corrections. Consequently, the Board of Supervisors of each county have advanced the amendment proposal through the good offices of their respective county administrators--Elmer Hodge of Powhatan and Rebecca Dickson of Goochland. Delegate Lee Ware represents the 65th House District.

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before he continued, “When I go home now, I can’t stop thinking about these kids. My truck is full at the end of each day.” Too often in the past year, hard-working Americans that work for local, state or the federal government have been lumped in with tales of fraud, waste or abuse. There were clowns and hot tubs at GSA boondoggles in Las Vegas or Secret Service members misbehaving with prostitutes in Colombia or the city of Chesapeake building three jail buildings for $7 million that are not equipped to

house inmates. We have a lot of work to do on cleaning up government and these scandals certainly highlight the need to eliminate wasteful or fraudulent government spending. How unfair for us to lump anyone and everyone into the same category. Many employees enter the public workforce for the express purpose of working on behalf of the best interests our cities, state, and nation rather than on behalf of someone’s monetary profit. It is called a sense of public service. So, for a brief moment on Christmas Eve as that mailman delivered the mail late at

night, I thought of the social worker, who wished he could just deliver that package, go home and leave his work at work. I thought of those empty stockings for our soldiers fighting abroad. I thought of our teachers, those in law enforcement, transportation, social services, and so many others. And I wanted to say thank you for your service. I am grateful. U.S. Rep. Randy Forbes represents Virginia’s 4th Congressional District. A Republican, he has been serving in the House of Representatives since 2001.

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the General Assembly today, followed by a peaceful demonstration in front of the General Assembly building. “Fox penning is an unthinkably cruel and inhumane practice,” said Reasa Currier, President of Humane Dominion’s Board of Directors. “Virginians have demonstrated tremendous compassion and leadership in the recent past, when we chose to ban dog fighting and cock fighting. This last form of legal animal fighting is every bit as cruel, every bit as painful, and every bit as wrong.” In fox penning, foxes are typically captured from the wild with steel leg hold traps and then put in enclosed areas where dogs are allowed to chase them down. The foxes, injured and exhausted, are sometimes torn apart by

the dogs as a cruel form of competition and entertainment. It’s clear that everyone from hunters to bird watchers agree that no animal should be made to endure such a horrendous death for the sake of entertainment. Humane Dominion is the only PAC advocating for all animals in the Commonwealth. More information can be found about Humane Dominion by visiting their website,www. humanedominion.org. Shannon McGuire Humane Dominion Campaign Manager

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last week’s winter storm, there were numerous trees down impeding the traffic. Thomas Adams lives on Mill Road. During the storm he drove around through Wooddale Acres and cut two trees up and threw them off the road. A few home owners came down and thanked him, also assisting in throwing the limbs off the road. Driving further down Mill Road, just past the old Mill, a huge pine tree fell across the road. It took him an hour and half to cut the tree up. Thankfully a few young men drove up and helped throw some of the limbs off the road. Thatt night he was on the road about three hours, clearing trees so that other people could get to where they wanted to go without any problems. Thank you Mr. Adams.

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Powhatan coach hopeful better days are on the horizon Difficult season hasn’t dimmed the hopes of Indians players By Michael Schoeffel Contributing Writer

It’s been a trying season for the Powhatan High School boy’s basketball team, to say the very least. Their record currently sits at a gloomy 111, and they are still awaiting

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their first victory within the Jefferson district. There have been blowouts, sure: a 70-26 thumping at the hands of AAA James River on January 14, to name one. But there have been close games, too: a one-point overtime loss at Louisa on January 3, and a nip-and-tuck affair that came down to the final seconds at Charlottesville on January 15. It’s these brief flashes of potential, such as he saw

against Louisa, Charlottesville and Goochland (Powhatan’s lone victory), that keep Coach Steve Washburn optimistic about the direction his team is headed. After all, the final four games of the season are at home - a situation that gives the Indians a prime opportunity to build some much-needed momentum before heading into the district tournament. And when they get there, who knows? Any team with a hot

hand can go on a run that culminates in a tournament championship. Stranger things have happened. I spoke with Coach Washburn last week about the state of the basketball program, the unwavering faith he has in his players, and the ways in which he keeps them - and himself motivated during a season that has been anything but ideal.

Can you pinpoint some of the problem areas that have contributed to the team’s struggles this season? Because we’re making the transition to the new regional set-up in 2014, I made the decision to schedule us very aggressively. I wanted to make sure we were preparing ourselves for that transition. It’s see Coach page 2B

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Manes races to fourth straight win Powhatan youngster continues to dominate Arena Racing Youth Series

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What’s 9 feet long, weighs roughly 740 pounds, is capable of reaching speeds of 100 mph, and runs on a track that can fits within the confines of a hockey rink? Hint: it’s not a hockey puck. The answer is a race car, but not just any race car. Welcome to the world of Arena Racing USA, a type of racing that is totally different from what most NASCAR enthusiasts are used to seeing. The half-scale stock cars race indoors on a 1/10mile banked aluminum track that is built to fit inside a hockey rink. One of the unique features of Arena Racing USA is that if the weather is too wet or cold outside for racing, that’s no problem since the cars do battle under roof in the well-ventilated venue of the Richmond Coliseum where cars race in a 12-race schedule that runs from Dec. 29 through April 20. While still relatively new to the Richmond area, Arena Racing USA has been active in Virginia since 2003, when it began staging events at the Hampton Coliseum and the Norfolk Scope. The concept has been wildly successful, according to Ricky Dennis, founder and CEO of Arena Racing USA, as spectators get to see the cars rocket around the mini tracks at speeds of around 50 mph with lap times in the range of eight seconds. Racing has been in Dennis’ blood since he was a youngster watching his dad Bill Dennis, a local racer from Richmond. The elder Dennis, who made his debut with a 15th place finish in 1962 at the Capital City 300, had a successful career, competing in 83 races against such racing legends as Richard Petty, David Pearson, Buddy Baker, Cale Yarborough, and Bobby Allison. In 1970 while driving a full schedule for another Richmond native and NASCAR racing legend Junie Donlavey, Dennis earned the NASCAR Winston Cup Rookie of the Year award in the Grand National Series which we now know as the Sprint Cup Series. The elder Dennis also won the Permatex 300 at see Arena page 2B

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Garrett Manes won his fourth straight Arena Racing youth series race in as many tries on Saturday night.

From Staff Reports Garrett Manes of Powhatan snagged the top spot on lap 6 and cruised to the victory in the Arena Racing USA’s 30-lap Youth Series feature, extending his season-opening winning streak to four. Olivia Florian started out front in the single-file lineup and led the first five circuits, which were interrupted by a

pair of caution flags. On lap 6, Florian slowed off Turn 2 and Manes flashed past to take the lead. Aubrey Hill also slipped around Florian and grabbed the runner-up spot. Closing in on the finish, Manes enjoyed a commanding advantage over Hill, the only other driver left on the lead lap. His healthy margin was wiped out, however, when Florian and

Autumn Weaver locked horns off Turn 4 to bring out the third, and final, caution flag on lap 28. On the last restart, Manes easily outdistanced Hill. By the end, his winning margin had grown to 2.788 seconds -- a full straightaway. Hill was second, followed by Florian, Weaver and early retiree Ryleigh Lemonds. Hunter Taylor was unable

to start the event and was credited with sixth place. Scott Prillaman of Suffolk, Va., took the point on lap 27 and led the rest of the way for the win in the 50-lap Top Dog race, the featured event of Saturday evening’s Snap-On Tools 200 for Arena Racing USA’s Pro Series at the Richmond Coliseum. see Racing page 3B

YMCA’s 2013 basketball season gets underway

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Left, Cole Harper of the TCU Frogs patiently looks for the open man. The Frogs took on the Baylor Bears Saturday. Right, Jack McMinn, # 22 for the Baylor Bears, drives down the court for the score.


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Coach: Powhatan head basketball coach says intensity is never an issue with his players Continued from page 1B

during the off-season, it wasn’t with the same group of guys that we have now. That variation has hurt our continuity a bit. Our kids have played hard, but we haven’t addressed enough of the fundamental issues. And even though those are things we work with on a daily basis, it has to be something that’s a yearround commitment.

probably the hardest outof-district schedule we’ve had since I’ve been here. So that’s one thing. I also think a lot of our problems stem from a simple lack of consistency. We haven’t been able to put together a full game. We’ll play a good quarter here and a good half there but we just can’t seem to put it together for four complete quarters. It Does the difficult seems like if we have a schedule that you’ve strong night offensively played this year have its we come up short defen- merits? sively, and vice-versa. I think it’s helping in Also, it’s hard to build some ways. I think it’s continuity when your making us more aware of guys aren’t playing that some of the areas that we much together. Even need to address. But wins though we played a lot go a long way towards

building confidence, so want to get the best out we need to start finding of these guys and make the program as strong as some W’s. I possibly can. And to Have there been any the kids’ credit, I don’t think you’d see any difinjuries? ference in the intensity No, nothing that’s kept of the practice we had anybody out for a long this week to the one we period of time. We’ve had had back in early Desome small, nagging in- cember. Our guys underjuries here and there but stand that there’s still an for the most part we’ve opportunity to improve avoided them pretty well. and they go into practice We had the flu bug go every day with that sentiaround but it hasn’t kept ment in mind. It’s been a anybody out for a long great group to work with. Another group of guys period of time. might look at the [1-11] How do you keep record and say “You your players - and your- know, let’s pack it in a self - motivated day in bit,” but I haven’t seen that with this team at all. and day out? They understand that You know for me its’ they’re not that far away, not an issue. I always you know. I still believe this team is capable of putting together a solid second half in the district schedule. There’s no reason for me to believe that we can’t finish the season strong and string some wins together in the district tournament and make something good happen.

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of the stand out players this season? We only have one guy scoring in double figures, and that’s Chris DeLeon. I couldn’t tell you what his exact points per game are, but it’s probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 12-14. As far as other scorers, Ben Gerow has had eight 10point efforts this year. Joey Balcom has done a solid job at the point guard position. Tyler Allen and Chase Tucker have been active one the boards - they’re our two leading rebounders. You know, we don’t have three or four double-digit scorers. We don’t have those marquee players. We have a team that has to work together to win a ball game. We’re not going to outscore people, we’re not going to intimidate with our size and power. But we can out-execute them if we do the little things. Unfortunately those little things have gotten away from us.

starting five this year? What can we expect from this team next year? We’ve mixed up our starting rotation so I’d say anywhere from 3-4, but we have a good nucleus coming up through the program and I feel really good about where we’re headed in the next couple years. I think you’re going to see some very good things.

Is there anything specific you want people to know about this team? Well, these players have been presented with a lot of different obstacles and I just want people to know that this is a very good group of guys that are working extremely hard. Unfortunately, the teams we’re playing against have a little more playing experience than our guys do. All we can do is continue to work hard, and I honestly think we’re going to turn some games How many kids are around really soon. Who have been some graduating from the

Arena: Weather never an issue for these teams Continued from page 1B

Daytona three consecutive years (19721973-1974), a feat matched only by the late Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt, Jr, and later surpassed by Tony Stewart, who won four consecutive from 20082011. Ricky Dennis followed his father into racing in 1982 when at the age of 22; he bought his first race car. After a few years of driving, Dennis partnered with Rick Townsend to form Townsend Racing Products in 1984. “Between racing and building cars, I got so busy within a few years that I had to choose one or the other, so I chose the one that paid the bills, and that was building cars,” Dennis says. In 1992, Dennis attended his first everhockey game at the Richmond Coliseum with his cousin. It was there that the idea for arena racing was first conceived. “I heard my cousin got excited watching hockey games, so I went to watch him because he never got excited about anything,” Dennis says. “I saw him actually get excited, but all I could see in my head were scaled-down race cars running around the arena. I thought it would be neat to have fans so close to the action. That’s kind of how this whole idea

came about, and then I got started trying to make it happen. The vision was born and it has consumed me ever since.” His vision became a reality in 1993 when he first tested the concept in the Richmond Coliseum on a $28,000 wooden track and 50 cars with no suspension. “It wasn’t that bad, but I think we were just ahead of the right time to do something like this,” said Dennis. “So I went back to work building race cars and I told myself that if I was ever going to make this idea work, I was going to do it right. I never forgot about it.” Dennis ultimatelyfound the funds needed to make a second attempt at getting Arena Racing USA off the ground. Arena Racing USA officially debuted in Norfolk in 2002. In the summer of 2005 Dennis secured the investment and partnership commitment of several key people in the motorsports industry - Gary Becker, formerly of PACE Motorsports, Joe Gibbs, owner of Joe Gibbs Racing and the legendary former Head Coach of the Washington Redskins and Norm Miller, Chairman of Interstate Batteries. Sponsorship partners include Snap-on Tools; Richmond based Woodfin Oil, and Papa John’s Pizza. “I’m a firm believer

in this,” Gibbs says. “It provides great competition at a time of year when motorsports is typically dormant. Plus, it’s a cost effective way to get started in racing.” Chesterfield native and current NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin is an Arena Racing Alumni. He raced and won in Norfolk the first season of Arena Racing in 2002-03. “I drove in the Arena Racing series a few years ago in and it was awesome,” said Hamlin. “It’s an ingenious idea and I like it a lot. It gives racers the opportunity to either begin their racing careers or just have the time of their lives.” Dennis says the goal of Arena Racing USA is to give competitors a chance to get experience behind the wheel as well as getting the chance to feel like a big-league driver. “We want them to look and feel like celebrities because in my eyes they are,” Dennis says. “This is an experience they get to feel at a very affordable level. They get to become a race car driver if they’ve never raced a day in their life. When they walk in the track here at the Coliseum, those drivers know they had better have a Sharpie and a strong hand because they are going to sign a lot of autographs.”

Indians will host baseball clinic From staff reports Indians head baseball coach Gregg Conner has announced that his team will be conducting a baseball camp on February 2 from 9:00 until 3:00. The camp is open to all players ages 8-13

and will be held at the PHS gym. Players will receive instruction from the Powhatan coaching staff and players in hitting and fielding. Players attending the hitting clinic are required to bring a batting helmet and glove.

Cost for the camp is $70 and includes lunch. Checks may be made out to PHS Baseball. For more information please call (804) 5985710, ext. 348 or email gregg.conner@powhatan.k12.va.us


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The victory was Prillaman’s fourth overall of the season and his first in a Top Dog tilt. Tommy Jackson Jr. drew the pole for the evening’s finale, sharing the front row with Jordan Wood, who was subbing for Tyler Hughes in the #20 machine. Cody Carlton and Jason Manes made up the second row, while Prillaman and Dylan Loving launched from Row 3. As the race got going, Jackson and Wood went door-to-door with Jackson eking out a slim edge at the end of lap 1. He cleared Wood out of Turn 2 on lap 2 and left the inside lane open for Carlton, Prillaman and Robbie Davis. On lap 5, Carlton slipped underneath Jackson off Turn 4, initiating a battle for the lead. With momentum off the top side, Jackson managed a scant advantage at the end of laps 5-8. On lap 9, though, Carlton nosed ahead. He gained the clear-cut advantage on lap 10, bringing Prillaman and Davis along with him. The first caution flag flew on lap 16 when Manes slapped the outside wall off Turn 4. The second yellow flag waved on the ensuing restart when Wood walloped the wall, also off Turn 4.

On the double-file restart, Carlton and Prillaman went sideby-side for a lap with Carlton coming out on top on lap 17. Davis tagged along with Carlton and took over second, dropping Prillaman to third. Joined by fourth-place Jason Styron, Carlton, Davis and Prillaman distanced themselves from the pack. The complexion of the event took a turn on lap 27. As the leaders worked traffic off Turn 2, Carlton got tipped sideways and Davis checked up. Prillaman shot to the inside and into the lead. As the caution flag appeared, Jackson piled into the inside barrier along the frontstretch. Gathering for a restart, Prillaman was the new leader, flanked by Styron. As the race resumed, Prillaman quickly cleared Styron and began to pull away. By lap 31, his lead had swelled to half a straightaway. The fourth caution flag was displayed on lap 32 when Davis overturned off Turn 4. Back under green, Prillaman and Styron drove away, while Wood and Carlton jousted for third. Carlton grabbed the spot on lap 41 and set sail after Styron. Catching up to the secondplace car, Carlton ducked underneath Styron on lap 44 and nosed

into second on lap 46. The last of the race’s five caution flags appeared on lap 48 when Dystany Spurlock and Tripp Thurston tangled off Turn 4. Setting the lineup for the final double-file restart, Prillaman and Carlton occupied the front row, followed by Styron and Wood in Row 2. Coming to the final green flag, Prillaman enjoyed a clean takeoff, while Carlton got jostled a bit from behind. As they reached the start/finish line, Prillaman had already gained the clear-cut edge over his challenger and was well on the way to the checkers. At the finish, Prillaman was the winner by 0.494-second -about two lengths -- over Carlton. Styron was third, followed by Wood and Jackson. Davis was sixth, while Thurston, Spurlock, Francis Jarrelle III and Pete Hunt rounded out the top 10. Scott Allen, Manes, Loving and Nathan Thomas made premature exits from the event and were shown in the 11th through 14th places, respectively. In the series standings, Prillaman’s Top Dog/A Main sweep allowed him to pull even with Davis for the top position. Both drivers have accumulated 125 points. Styron is third, followed by Jackson and Manes

Scott Prillaman grabbed the lead on the opening circuit and sailed to victory in the 50-lap Insurance Doctor A Main. The win was his third straight in A Main competition. Series co-leader Robbie Davis drew the pole, starting alongside Prillaman, his teammate. As the race got under way, Prillaman nosed ahead of Davis to take the lead. The two remained side-by-side until lap 7 when Prillaman finally cleared Davis along the backstretch. Dylan Loving, Dystany Spurlock and Cody Carlton filled the remainder of the top-five positions. At lap 10, Prillaman and Davis were nose-to-tail for the lead, separated from third-place Loving by nearly a full straightaway. Deeper in the field, former series champ Jordan Wood cracked the top five. Prillaman waded into slower traffic on lap 19. Efficiently navigating through the pack, though, he maintained a comfortable edge over Davis. The race’s only caution flag flew on lap 48 when Cayton Hornberger popped the outside wall on the frontstretch. Bunching for the ensuing restart, fifthplace Wood opted to test his luck on the outside of the leader. Back under green, Prillaman quickly cleared Wood, pulling

ahead as they roared toward Turn 1. Wood also gave way to Davis and Carlton, settling into the fourth spot. Over the closing laps, Prillaman held Davis at bay and won by a car-length -- 0.300-second, to be exact. Carlton was third, followed by Wood and Jason Styron. Loving, Pete Hunt and Spurlock were sixth, seventh and eighth, respectively, taking the final Top Dog transfer openings. Hornberger and Troy Doggett were early retirees and failed to advance to the evening’s finale. Tommy Jackson Jr. of Poquoson, Va., moved out front on lap 23 and rolled to his third straight win in the 50-lap Pete Rose Landscape Products B Main. MAIN (50 laps): 1. Tommy Jackson Jr.; 2. Jason Manes; 3. Scott Allen; 4. Tripp Thurston; 5. Nathan Thomas; 6. Francis Jarrelle III; 7. Lin O’Neill; 8. John Seward; 9. John Alford. Pole: Thomas. RACE RESULTS: YOUTH SERIES (30 laps): 1. Garrett Manes; 2. Aubrey Hill; 3. Olivia Florian; 4. Autumn Weaver; 5. Ryleigh Lemonds; 6. Hunter Taylor (did not start). Pole: Florian. NEXT EVENT: Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Richmond Coliseum. Doors open at 6:00 PM; racing starts at 7 p.m..

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Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE

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1333 Gills RoadPowhatan, VA, 23139 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated October 19, 2009, and recorded in Deed Book 779, Page 481 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $153,082.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court, located at 3880 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia 23139 on February 13, 2013 at 4:00 PM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon and appurtenances thereto belonging, lying and being in Macon Magisterial District, Powhatan County, Virginia, known as Parcel A, containing 10 81 acres, more or less, and particularly described on Plat of Survey made by Roy E Easter, dated March 16, 1993, and entitled "Plat Showing 2 Parcels of Land Totaling 12 52 acres situated in Macon District of Powhatan County, Virginia," recorded with a certain deed in Deed Book 260, page 575, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, Virginia, reference to which plat is hereby made for a more particular description of the real estate herein conveyed BEING the same real estate conveyed to Michael A Lloyd and Bonnie L Lloyd, husband and wife, by Deed of Gift, dated May 28, 2006, from Michael A Lloyd and Bonnie L Lloyd, husband and wife, recorded June 20, 2006, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, Virginia, in Deed Book 689, page 158, and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $15,000.00, or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding.

The Powhatan County School Board will hold a Public Hearing on the 2013-2014 Budget on February 12, 2013 at the Powhatan High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWHATAN COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION The Planning Commission of Powhatan County will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, February 5, 2013, at 7:00 PM in the Powhatan County High School Auditorium, 1800 Judes Ferry Road, to consider the following requests: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 12-04-CUP. Diane & Michael Roper (Smiths Crossroad/Pineville/Tobaccoville District) request renewal of a conditional use permit (CUP) for a second dwelling unit on a lot per §5.3(18)(b) of the Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates the subject property as Rural Preservation on the Countywide Land Use Plan Map. The subject property is 6.146 acres in size and is located at 6528 Blenheim Road. Reference Tax Map Parcel #34-1-16.

12-05-CUP. Arvis & Susan Paquette (Powhatan Courthouse/Ballsville Electoral District) request renewal of a conditional use permit (CUP) for a second dwelling unit on a lot per §5.3(18)(b) of the Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates the subject property as Rural Preservation on the Countywide Land Use Plan Map. The subject property is 3.5 acres in size and is located at 1122 Clayton Road. Reference Tax Map Parcel #46-1-1A.

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ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #13-01-AZ R-C Residential Permitted Uses Description: An Ordinance to amend §13.2, commercial uses as allowed in the C-Commercial District, of the Powhatan County Zoning Ordinance. The purpose of the amendment is to add language to eliminate Self-storage facilities as a Permitted Use and Adult Book Store and Adult Motion Picture Theater as Conditional Uses in the R-C District.

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Commercial uses and attached accessory dwelling units permitted in the C District, with the exception of Self-service storage facilities, after site plan review and approval.

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Conditional uses listed in Article 15.3 General Commercial District, except Adult Book store and Adult Motion Picture Theater.

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