Jefferson Co. Grand Jury returns additional indictments
The Jefferson County grand jury returned four additional indictments in a recent session.
Angela M. Judy was charged with five counts of forgery and one count of obstruction, while Joseph S. Hall was charged with one count of breaking and entering, one count of being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm, one count of stolen property transfer and one count of petty larceny.
Charles Wilbert Cook Jr. and Amanda Lynn Frey have both been charged with one count of concealing a deceased human body and one count of criminal conspiracy. Cook was also charged with one count of murder, while Frey was charged with one count of accessory after the fact.
The American Cancer Society prepares for spring with the return of Daffodil Days
The American Cancer Society (ACS) is ready to say goodbye to winter with the return of the annual Daffodil Days campaign. This colorful first flower of spring represents a campaign that brings hope to cancer patients, their caregivers, and their families while providing much-needed funding to support American Cancer’s groundbreaking research, programs, and services. Society.
“Cancer touches us all in one way or another,” said Penny Horner, chief development officer at ACS. “By supporting the American Cancer Society through Daffodil Days, you are not only warming the hearts of others with these beautiful first spring flowers, but you are also helping to advance the American Cancer Society’s mission to create a world without cancer through the critical areas of discovery, advocacy and patient support.
For many years, individuals, small businesses and large corporations have supported ACS through the Daffodil Days campaign by donating flowers that have been used to lift the spirits of loved ones or to say thank you to employees, friends and colleagues.
Horner added: “We are incredibly grateful to everyone who supports our rescue mission through their participation in Daffodil Days. We are especially grateful to Heather Fauble, Jefferson County Relay For Life Event Manager, and Regina Gaither, Berkeley County Relay For Life Event Manager, and to each of our amazing volunteers who also play a key role in the planning. these amazing life-saving fundraising events. »
Daffodils can be ordered by donating $10 for a regular bouquet or $15 for mini potted daffodils. Tulips can be ordered by bouquet for a $15 donation. For a $25 donation, donors can order a Gift of Hope – bouquets of daffodils that the American Cancer Society delivers to patients at our local hospitals, hospices, treatment centers and other local facilities.
Orders are being taken now until February 15, and online orders for those living outside the local order area can place an order until February 22. Flowers arrive the week of March 21. For more information about ordering flowers in the local community, please contact Horner at [email protected] or text “Daffodil” to 607-423-4311 to receive a link to place an online order.
James Rumsey Technical Institute Launches New Jobs Website
The James Rumsey Technical Institute is thrilled to announce a brand new, free resource for students, alumni, community members, and area businesses.
JRTI recognizes that competitive job markets mean it’s more important than ever to hire the right person and get the best job. The new website (jobs.jamesrumsey.com) provides a new space to match skills with business ideals.
With this website, employers can post jobs directly, set a closing date, manage multiple ads, post a company profile, search and shortlist resumes, contact candidates, and accept applications. Job seekers can search for jobs, apply for jobs, post resumes and contact employers. The new website is live, online and easy to use.
This service is free for employers and job seekers.
An account can be created with new login credentials or an existing Google or Facebook account. We hope this website will prove to be a valuable resource for those looking for a new job or wanting to expand their business.
JRTI has been providing vocational training for over 50 years. If training is needed to start a new career, Rumsey offers several programs that cover a range of industries and many programs are currently accepting applications. Additionally, the Jill S. Weekley Learning Center, located within JRTI, can help with basic computer skills, high school equivalency exam preparation, and resume writing.
For more information on JRTI programs, visit www.jamesrumsey.com or call 304.754.7925 for more information.