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Beckley,

city (1990 pop. 18,296), seat of Raleigh co., S W.Va.; inc. 1927. Beckley's major industries include tourism, agriculture (livestock, cotton, grain, nursery stock), and manufacturing (machinery, furniture, electrical equipment, glass, lumber, beverages). Coal production, once prominent, has declined. The city holds an annual Appalachian Arts and Crafts Festival. An exhibition coal mine includes mining demonstrations.
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Beckley was nabbed after providing heroin for Ward Smith, 28, who lived in Portsmouth.
The early season is a great time to come to Three Bars Ranch," says Tyler Beckley.
The family request donations of sympathy be made to either the Beckley Presbyterian Church or the Raleigh County humane Society.
I'm not sure it's in his best interest to stir the pot, though I'm sure he has some pretty strong views about it," Beckley said.
Two minutes later, Beckley pounced on Cinderford skipper Neil Griffiths' back-header and skipped round goalkeeper Matt Bath to slot home the second.
But there was no stopping Sutton as Justin Rowe set up Sam Wilson to score before Beckley added another from the penalty spot.
Right on full time, Beckley was fouled in the penalty box and got up to take the spot-kick which keeper Paul Taylor saved but Beckley followed up to score his second, and Sutton's fifth.
I recall in the Depression, people went to the movies and theaters,'' Beckley said.
Prior to joining SureScripts, Beckley was Vice President of Pharmacy and Provider Programs at Synergy Health Care Inc.
Sources: Kane's Famous First Facts, 4663 Beckley biography: www.
Premier and Minister for Racing Denis Napthine said Beckley Park was an important entertainment and recreational hub for Geelong, with the precinct serving as the home of greyhound, harness and go-kart racing as well as the popular weekly market.
It is now the Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital.