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By PHYLLIS STOWERSThe Lincoln Journal{{more}}2005: The Feb. 9th edition of The Lincoln Journal reported:Courts rule against consolidation foes; Griffithsville Elementary building being torn down; Murder trial destined for quick resolution, scheduled for March; After more than 50 years, Curry Brothers business still growing; Coal River Group gets $2,000 from Lincoln County Parks; Hamlin man sentenced to 16 months in meth case; Commission grants Lincoln deputies a pay raise; Ariel Kestel celebrates her fifth birthday; Brady Scott Smith turned '4' Jan. 30th; Beech Fork Lake starts taking reservations; Baby Girl Roxie memory. OBITUARIES PUBLISHED:Anne Marie Allen, 84, Barboursville; Enos Bellomy, 69, Midkiff; Ercyle Void Adkins, 81, Sweetland; Lucille Baker Booton, 84; Clyde Homer Bell, 75, Kenova; Avis Ernestine Browning, 73, Alum Creek; Theoria Dalton, 69, Harts; Ersie Jane Elkins, 87, Whitesville; Faye M. Franklin, 97, Huntington; Acie R. Lovejoy, 74, Chapmanville; Patricia Lynn Hicks Smith, 57, Griffithsville; Gertrude Coffman Stone, 101, Huntington; B. Maxine Coleman, 74, Huntington; Kermit M. Bailey, 78, Huntington; Barbara R. Gibbs, 68, Huntington; Lee ""Red"" Hangar, 96, Hurricane; Raymond Hicks, 80, Salt Rock; Jeannie Gayle Porter Nichols, R.N., 65, New Rochelle, NY; Donavin K. Pritchard Sr., 67, Branchland; James Franklin Salmons, 89, West Hamlin; Cynthia V. Byrd Spears, 77, Garden City, MI; John W. Robinson, 86, Peytona; Virgil H. Wetherholt, 90+, Milton.

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