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Possible US 52 Rest Area Closure at Sandy Springs Thieves Caught Breaking into Store
Meeting to be held Tuesday, November 27. The Ohio Department of Transportation – District 9 has scheduled a public meeting to discuss the department’s proposal to close a rest area and vacate a portion of the right of way in Adams County.ODOT currently maintains a roadside rest area on U.S. Route 52 at Sandy Springs. As part of ODOT District 9’s facility maintenance program, this rest area is being addressed to determine its purpose, need and sustainability. “While rest areas such as this once served a much-useful purpose for motorists, today’s travelers are using alternative means of services or seeking more modern facilities,” said District 9 Deputy Director Vaughn Wilson. “Given its present condition, age and the costs to upgrade it, the department wishes to dispose of the facility and proceed with the appropriate steps to close it.”Deemed a primitive rest area, the existing facility consists of a non-flush privy, and it is limited or restricted use. Along with deferred maintenance, the restroom poses health and safety risks, and the antiquated facility is not compliant with state and federal guidelines. ODOT officials will conduct a meeting to address the closure of these facilities on Tuesday, November 27, at the Green Township Fire House, located at 2243 Blue Creek Road in Rome (Stout), from 5 until 7 p.m. The general public is invited to attend and provide comments about this initiative.
ACSO Thanksgiving Blitz Sheriff Rogers announces extra deputies will be placed on patrol beginning November 21 and ending on November 25, 2012 to combat traffic enforcement activities during specific times and in specific areas. This operation is known as the “Thanksgiving Blitz” and is funded by a grant awarded from the Office of Criminal Justice Services giving the Sheriff an opportunity to place extra deputies in service with no
impact on the budget. Deputies will be patrolling areas of the county with high crash volumes. Deputies will be looking for traffic offenses such as OVI, Speed, Seat belt violations, Child Restraint violations etc. as well as any criminal or drug activity. Everyone is urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 937-544-2314 with information regarding drunk and reckless driving and any other criminal activity.
Thursday, November 8, around 10:29 p.m. Cpl. Shawn Grooms of the West Union Police Department was dispatched to the Town and Country, LLC. (formerly the Adams County Department Store) for a alarm drop. Cpl. Grooms and Sheriff Deputy Shawn Cooley responded to the scene spoke with the key holder. The key holder mentioned to the patrolman that he started inside to reset the alarm, but heard noises. Cpl. Grooms then retrieved his K-9 from the cruiser and the K-9 and the two patrolman performed a building search. Within five minutes the K9 alerted Cpl. Grooms where the subjects were in the ceiling of the back wall. Cpl. Grooms asked for mutual aid from different agencies to perform the search. After some time of searching in the ceiling and doing a perimeter search the subjects were found coming down from the ceiling. The subjects were identified as Ernest Unger Jr. and Steven Taylor. West Union Police Lt. Tim Sanderson and Deputy Cooley transported the subjects to the Adams County Jail. The different agencies involved in the search was the Seaman Police Department and K-9, Peebles Police Department, Winchester Police Department, Manchester Police Department, Adams County Sheriff
Taylor Department, Ohio State Highway Patrol, West Union Fire Department and the West Union Life Squad.
Project SteerTag-In forAdams County and Ohio State Fairs Carolyn L. Belczyk, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development/OSU Extension Adams County 4-H and FFA members who want to exhibit project steers in the 2013 Adams County Fair or in the 2013 Ohio State Fair must bring their animals to the fairgrounds for registration and tagging on Saturday morning, December 1. Tag-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. Members of the Adams County Junior and Senior Fair Boards, assisted by FFA and 4-H advisors, will register, tag, and tattoo every steer. In addition, they will weigh steers for the production awards at the fair. Exhibitors may tag-in and exhibit as many as three steers each. Project steers that meet the criteria will also be tagged for the Adams County Born and Raised Steer Show. These steers must have
been bred and born in Adams County and must be raised and exhibited at the fair by Adams County 4-H or FFA members. Exhibitors will be asked to identify potential entries in this show, and they will be tagged with a different tag on December 1. Questions about the Adams County Born and Raised Steer Show should be directed to John Paul Kennedy, chair of the Beef Committee for the Adams County Fair. Steers to be identified as on feed for the Ohio State Fair will be nose-printed. All 2013 State Fair steer entries must be received in Columbus on or before January 15. For more information about tag-in or for additional details on project and fair requirements, visit the OSU Extension Adams County website at http://adams.osu.edu or contact the Extension office at 544-2339.
Twinkies Out of Business.. Hostess Shutting Down
SHL Girls Preview
Photo by Macy Staggs
Pictured is North Adams Lady Devils Kayla Baker, Jaylynd Boyd, McKaylan Stamper and Haylee Adams.
Macy Staggs, Informer Sports Basketball season has returned as North Adams High School held the 20122013 SHL Girls Preview last Friday night. All ten SHL Girls teams were there to participate in a two quarter scrimmage that would show fans a slight preview of what's to come in the season near. Not only does it show the fans but it helps the coaches preview and use various combinations of players on the floor. The first Adams County Girls team to play was West Union against the Fayetville Rockets. West Union was very good at passing when they had the ball. Natasha Barr, number 32 shot a 3 pointer in the middle of the game. Coach Staggs said "they are a young team and they had a rough draw for preview scrimmage teams because Fayetville is one of the best teams in the SHL league." The final score was Fayetville over West Union 49-16.
The next Adams County game was Peebles against Fairfield. The Indians were very good at defense. Sydney Pell number 32 made a few assist in the first quarter, along with Peebles being down in the first quarter. Peebles pulled through with a victory over Fairfield with a score of 17-7. Coach Hoop said " he was proud how they hustled and once they got acclimated they played a good game." The last Adams County game of the evening was North Adams and Manchester. North Adams was very good at getting the ball and holding on to it. Manchester had a very good offence for being such a young team. North Adams pulled through over Manchester 30-10. The Pre- Season action continues this Friday night when the SHL boys teams take the floor at Eastern High School. The first scrimmage starts at 5 p.m. See page 9 for additional pictures.
West Union Butternut Outlet among the closing Hostess Foods, the maker of snack foods known as Twinkies, Wonder Bread and Sno-Balls, are going out of business. The company made the announcement Friday that it was asking a federal bankruptcy court for permission to shut down due to a strike by bakers protesting a new contract that proposed wage and benefit cuts for thousands of its bakery employees. Hostess' is closing 33 bakeries, 570 outlet stores and 565 distribution centers nationwide and will put nearly 18,500 out of work. The company, which has about $2.5 billion in sales, had suspended operations in order to start liquidating assets. The company places the blame on the
Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union, which represents roughly 5,000 Hostess employees, after they launched a nationwide strike that the company says "crippled" their ability to produce and deliver its products. After the company lost $340 million last year due to the economic downturn, the company began negotiating with its unions to save money by getting their workers to agree to paycuts. Hostess says it plans to sell its popular brands, including Hostess, Drakes and Dolly Madison, which make iconic cake products such as Twinkies, CupCakes, Ding Dongs, Ho Ho's, Sno Balls and Donettes. Bread brands to be sold include Wonder, Nature's Pride , Merita, Home Pride, Butternut, and Beefsteak, among others.
The Turkey Hunt Winners Are... The 2nd Annual Informer Turkey Hunt was a success. We had a hopper full of contestants. We are pleased to announce last weeks winner was Amanda Shelton, of Manchester. Shelton was selected in a random drawing of winners and won a Pumpkin Pie from Prather's IGA. In the Tuesday, November 13, edition, our pet turkey Pecan was found in the paper. After the signs were unscrambled, readers should have had, "Feast" as the answer. However, last week was the final week for the game.
Our Grand Prize winner was drawn from the hopper and the winner is.....Tracey Combs, of West Union. Combs had spelled "Turkey" from the November 6, edition. Combs was selected in a random drawing of the two weeks entries compiled in the hopper and won a $50.00 Gift Certificate to Prather's IGA. Thanks to all of our readers that took part. Keep watching your locally owned newspaper The Informer, because we are planning some more give aways in the near future and we don't want you to miss out!
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Adams SWCD Moves to New Location, Local Man in Fatal Crash, Ohio Marks 10th Annual Youth Deer-Gun Hunting Season, ODOT Travel Report and Adams County Jail Intake and Release Report.
The following obituaries are on page 3 of this week’s edition: Daisy L Cox, Georgia L Goodwin, Richard Donald Grooms and Connie Waudby.
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Adams SWCD Moves to New Location Local Man in Fatal Crash
Pictured Front row (L/R): Allan Cluxton and Bill Wickerham. Back: Anita Conaway and Angelena Newman. Adams Soil and Water Conservation a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Our new phone number District (SWCD) would like to announce is (937) 544-1010. the new location of their office. In addition, we have begun our annuPreviously housed in the former Peebles al Tree Seedling sales and want to make Community Building, they are now locat- sure our customers are aware of the new ed in the Courthouse Annex in West location. Union. Our address is 215 N. Cross St., The staff, which includes Allan Suite 106 - West Union, OH 45693. Our Cluxton, Anita Conaway, Bill Wickerham, office hours remain the same, Monday and Angelena Newman, welcomes you to through Friday between the hours of 8 visit the new office.
Ohio Marks 10th Annual Youth Deer-Gun Hunting Season Ohio youth hunters will participate in the state’s 10th annual youth white-tailed deer hunting season this month, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. This year’s deer-gun youth hunting season is Nov. 17-18. Ohio youth hunters killed 8,867 deer in 2011 and at least 8,300 deer in the twoday season every year since 2005. Youth hunters killed 422 more deer in 2011 compared to 2010. “When we first started youth hunting seasons, we focused on what we could do to make hunting easier and more enjoyable for kids. We wanted to expand their opportunities,” said Vicki Mountz, information and education executive administrator with the ODNR Division of Wildlife. “Youth hunting seasons have been very successful, and we are happy to see kids get out there and enjoy that time.” The youth deer-gun season is open statewide to hunters holding a valid youth hunting license and youth deer permit. Plugged shotguns using slugs, muzzleloaders .38 caliber and larger, handguns .357 caliber or larger and bows are legal. All participants must wear hunter orange, possess a valid Ohio youth hunting license and a youth deer permit and must be accompanied in the field by a non-hunting adult.
Youth hunters can commemorate their achievement with a First Harvest certificate, available at wildohio.com. Parents can upload a photo and type in the hunter’s information to personalize the certificate. Hunters can also share photos by clicking on the Photo Gallery tab online. All other regularly scheduled hunting seasons will continue during the two-day youth season. All hunters, including deerarchery hunters, are required to wear hunter orange during this time. More information can be found in the 2012-13 Ohio Hunting and Trapping Regulations and at wildohio.com. Hunting licenses are no longer printed on weatherproof paper. Protect licenses and permits from the elements by carrying them in a protective pouch or wallet. Youth hunters can donate venison to the needy for free. ODNR Division of Wildlife is collaborating with Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) to help pay for the processing of donated venison. All hunters who donate their deer to a food bank are not required to pay the processing cost as long as funding for the effort lasts. More information about this program can be found at fhfh.org. ODNR ensures a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all. Visit the ODNR website at ohiodnr.com.
ODOT Travel Report Adams County There are no lane restrictions or closures on the state or federal highway system due to construction or maintenance projects. Brown County A resurfacing project on C.R. 24 (Tri-County Highway) continues, and crews are paving the route between the Clermont and Adams County lines. Throughout construction, traffic will be maintained by flaggers when are at work.
A resurfacing on S.R. 32, between C.R. 76 (Purdy Road) near Sardinia and T.R. 171 (Freeh Road) has begun. Throughout construction, traffic will be maintained in one, 12-foot lane in each direction, and the project is anticipated to be completed by late fall. A streetscape project is under way along U.S. 52 (Second Street) in Ripley, between Main and Market streets. Throughout construction, traffic will be maintained on affected streets with the use of flaggers as needed.
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The Ohio State Highway Patrol is currently investigating a single vehicle fatal crash that occurred on State Route 247 at 4:10 p.m. Monday, November 12, in Tiffin Township. Preliminary investigation revealed that Richard D. Grooms, 69, along with his passenger, Mary A. Grooms, 68, both of West Union, were operating a 2002 Kia Sportage southbound on State Route 247 Richard, lost control of the vehicle and traveled off the right side of the road where it struck a utility pole.
Richard was transported by West Union EMS to Adams County Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased. Mary, was transported by West Union EMS to Adams County Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. The driver was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. The passenger was properly restrained. The crash remains under investigation by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
SPC. Seth Blevins Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser The committee for the Seth Blevins Memorial Scholarship will be hosting a fundraiser at Tumbleweed Restaurant 511 Market Square Drive, Maysville, KY. on November 29, 2012. Present coupon on November 29, at the Tumbleweed Maysville Restaurant when you eat in, dine out or purchase gift certificates and the SPC Seth Blevins Memorial Scholarship Fund will receive 10%, 15% or 20% of the
proceeds from your purchase. Anytime between 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 1 coupon per check. Not valid with any other offers. Coupons are available at any First State Bank location in Georgetown, Manchester, Mt. Orab, Peebles, Ripley, Seaman, West Union or Winchester, or you may use this article as your coupon. For more information contact Shirley 937-515-0107 or Nicky 606-200-2184.
Adams County Jail Intake and Release Report November 9 - 15 Hiram D. Abner, 35, Manchester, Contempt to pay ChildSupport. Booked 11/2 Released 11/14. Chelsea R. Black, 19, Winchester, Trafficking in Drugs and Possession of Drugs. Booked 11/10. Corey Lee Bowens, 18, Peebles, Trafficking in Drugs, - Heroin. Booked 10/30 Released 11/13. Tera Loraine Brock, 28, Cincinnati, Driving UnderSuspension. Booked 11/14 Released 11/15. Steven Wade Cansler, 38, West Union, Have Weapon Under DisabilityDrug/Alcohol Dependent. Booked 10/30 Released 11/13. Dennis D. Day, 34, Manchester, Trafficking in Drugs - Heroin. Booked 11/14. Marty K. Dotson, 37, West Union, Trafficking in Drugs - Cocaine. Booked 11/14. Robin J. Francis, 34,
Manchester, Failure to Appear on Misdemeanor Charge. Booked 11/11 Released 11/15. Pamela Ann Franklin, 41, Peebles, Felonious Assault. Booked 6/4 Released 11/13. Derek Craig Frost, 40, West Union, Contempt of Court. Booked 11/5 Released 11/11. Scott Lee Gilliam, 42, Manchester, Trafficking in Drugs - Heroin. Booked 11/13. Bobby Lee Hanshaw, 27, West Union, Contempt Fail to pay Child Support and Failure to Appear on Misdemeanor Charge. Booked 11/11 Angelo B. Kennedy 27, Manchester, Theft and Forgery. Booked 11/10. Brian P. Long, 38, West Union, Failure to Appear on Felony Charge. Booked 10/18 Released 11/14. Kelly Shane Mason, 51, Manchester, Probation
Detainer. Booked 10/12 Released 11/9. Monica Midkiff, 33, Manchester, Theft. Booked 11/13 Released 11/15. Amy Joeann Morgan, 36, Manchester, Failure to Appear on Misdemeanor Charge. Booked 11/8 Released 11/13. Gregory Allen Snodgress, 24, Peebles, Driving Under the Influence, 2nd Offense. Booked 11/5 Released 11/13. Steven Lee Taylor, 21, West Union, Breaking and Entering. Booked 11/9. Ernest D. Unger, 35, West Union, Breaking and Enterin. Booked 11/9. Donald R. Waldron, 34, West Union, Assault/Warrant for another department. Booked 11/10. William W. Walters, 57, West Union, Trafficking in Drugs Heroin. Booked 11/14.
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Obituaries Richard Donald Grooms
Richard Donald Grooms, 69, of West Union and formerly of Lynx, died Monday, November 12, in Tiffin Township. He was born April 29, 1943 in Tiffin Township. He was preceded in death by parents Virgil Elmer and Ocie (McDaniel) Grooms. He is survived by wife, Mary (Spires) Grooms of West Union, son Don Grooms of Lynx; sister Marcella Parks of West Union, four grandchildren Lela Grooms, Donna Grooms and Ashley Grooms all of West Union and Nathan Grooms of Lynx, and three great grandchildren. He was a former heavy equipment operator in the timber and logging industry and was an employee of the former Clyde Dillow Sawmill Operations of Blue Creek. Memorial donations may be made to Lafferty Funeral Home, Inc., 205 South Cherry Street, West Union, Ohio 45693. The graveside funeral service iwas Saturday, November 17, at the Moore’s Chapel Cemetery in Blue Creek. Rev.John Spires officiated. Lafferty Funeral Home, Inc. of West Union is serving the family.
Daisy L. Cox
Daisy L Cox, 95, of Manchester, died at her home Wednesday, November 14. She was born June 23, 1917 to the late Alcie and Cora (Shivener) Edgington in Sprigg Township. She was the widow of the late Gordon Cox who died in 1992. They were married for 58 years. She was a retired homemaker and farmer's wife. She was a member of the Island Creek Methodist Church, past officer and member of FOE Auxiliary, past officer and lifetime member of the Richard L Dryden Auxiliary, past 4-H advisor, past member of the Manchester Young at Heart and a committee member of the Everett Wells Annual Easter Egg Hunt. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter Carol DeAtley Prince, a grandson Christopher Brown, a great grandson Jordan Cox and two brothers Harold and Porter Edgington. She is survived by one son Richard Cox of West Union, two daughters Shirley Chandler of Mason and Diana (Rodger) Brown of Manchester, OH, 3 sisters: Evelyn Morrison of Manchester, Doris Day of Ripley and Phylis Blythe of Xenia, 14 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, 10 great great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Saturday, November 17, at Wilson Home for Funerals. Rev. Johnny Jones officiated. Burial followed at the Manchester Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Hope, 909 Kenton Station Drive, Maysville, KY 41056. Friends and family may sign an online guestbook at www.wilsonhomeforfunerals.com.
Georgia L. Goodwin
Georgia L Goodwin, 89, of Manchester, died Thursday, November 15, at the Adams County Regional Medical Center. She was born in Manchester, on October 6, 1923 to the late William and Sadie Preston Cooper. She was a homemaker and attended the Manchester Church of the Nazarene. She is survived by one son Jim (Judy) Goodwin of Cincinnati, one daughter Judy (Edward) Henschen of Manchester, 11 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Funeral services were Monday, November 19, at Wilson Home for Funerals. Burial followed at the Manchester Cemetery. Friends and family may sign an online guestbook at www.wilsonhomeforfunerals.com.
Connie Waudby, 72, of West Union, died Monday November 12, at her residence. Mrs. Waudby was born November 4, 1940 the daughter of the late Lawrence and Lula Gladine (McVey) Siferd in Findley. Besides her parents, Mrs. Waudby was preceded in death by one daughter Rita K. Webber and a son Dennis Waudby. Mrs. Waudby was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Winchester. Survivors include her husband Tom Waudby of West Union, three sons Thomas P. Waudby Jr. of Hot Springs, Arkansas; Aaron Waudby of Clarksville and Timothy Waudby of Fort Wayne, Indiana; one brother Larry Siferd of Findley and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday November 17, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Winchester, under the direction of the Thompson-Meeker Funeral Home. Rick Staub officiated. Burial followed at the West Union Cemtery. Friends and Family may sign Mrs. Waudby’s online guestbook at www.meekerfuneralhomes.com
Funeral Directory Lafferty
Funeral Home Inc.
John R. Lafferty, Owner & Manager Established 1848 205 S. Cherry St., West Union, Ohio
Thompson Meeker Funeral Home (Formerly Beam Funeral Home) www.meekerfuneralhomes.com 216 W. Mulberry St. West Union, Ohio
Homes for Funerals, Inc. 35 W. 2nd St., Manchester, Ohio
Monuments Peebles Monument Company
172 N. Main St., Peebles, Ohio 45660
236 N. Market St., West Union, Ohio 45693
937-544-2931 Holsinger Monument & Rock Engraving
206 N. Pleasant St., West Union
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Community News/Events The Adams County/Ohio Valley School District Board of Education will hold a regular board meeting on Monday, November 26, at the Ohio Valley Career & Technical Center beginning at 7:00 p.m. A Records Commission Meeting will be held at 6:45 p.m. prior to the board meeting. Lion's Clubs announce County Christmas Tree Lighting details Local Lion's Clubs are busy planning for the 2nd Annual Adams County Christmas Tree lighting. The lighting ceremony will be held on Friday, November 30 on the Adams County Courthouse lawn. The festivities will begin at 5:00 p.m., and the tree lighting will be held at 6:30 p.m. More details on the event will be released next week. If you have questions, please contact 937-515-1939. Ohio Valley Schools Elementary Breakfast Monday, November 19, Tony’s ® Breakfast Pizza Tuesday, November 20, Biscuit & Jelly Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, No School, Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, November 27, 4oz. Yogurt, 1 WW Toast Slice Elementary Lunch Monday, November 19, Sloppy Joe on WW Bun, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Crisp Romaine Salad, Applesauce, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday, November 20, Popcorn Chicken w/Breadstick, Steamed Sweet Potatoes, Steamed Green Beans, Crisp Romaine Salad, Pears, Peaches Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, No School, Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, November 27, Chicken Nuggets w/Breadstick, Steamed Mixed Vegetables, Steamed Carrots, Pears, Fruit Cocktail High School Breakfast Monday, November 19, Tony’s ® Breakfast Pizza Tuesday, November 20, Biscuit & Jelly Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, No School, Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, November 27, 4oz. Yogurt, 1 WW Toast Slice JR High Lunch Monday, November 19, Sloppy Joe on *WW Bun, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Applesauce, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday, November 20, Popcorn Chicken w/*WW bread & butter, Steamed Sweet Potatoes, Steamed Green Beans, Pears, Peaches Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, No School, Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, November 27, Chicken Nuggets w/*WW bread & butter, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Steamed Mixed Vegetables, Pears, Fruit Cocktail High School Lunch Monday, November 19, Sloppy Joe on *WW Bun, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Applesauce, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday, November 20, Popcorn Chicken w/*WW bread & butter, Steamed Sweet Potatoes, Steamed Green Beans, Pears, Peaches Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, No School, Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, November 27, Chicken Nuggets w/*WW bread & butter, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Steamed Mixed Vegetables, Pears, Fruit Cocktail
Manchester Local Schools Manchester Breakfast Monday, November 19, Sausage Pancake Wrap Tuesday, November 20, Breakfast Pizza Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22¸No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, Sausage Biscuit Tuesday, November 27, Breakfast Pizza Manchester K-5 Monday, November 19, Chicken Fajita, Fresh Apples, Salsa, Lettuce, Tomato Tuesday, November 20, Pizza Burger on Bun, Baked Beans, Applesauce, Celery Sticks, Ranch Dressing Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, BBQ Rib on Bun, Peaches, Celery Sticks, Ranch Dressing, Baked Beans Tuesday, November 27, BBQ Chicken on Bun, Fresh Broccoli, Pears, Carrots, Ranch Dressing/BBQ Sauce Manchester 6-8 Monday, November 19, Chicken Fajita, Fresh Apples, Salsa, Lettuce & Tomato Tuesday, November 20, Pizza Burger on Bun, Baked Beans, Applesauce, Celery Sticks, Ranch Dressing Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No School, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, Beef Rib Patty on Bun, Peaches, Celery Sticks, Baked Beans, Ketchup/Mayo Tuesday, November 27, BBQ Chicken on Bun, Fresh Broccoli, Pears, Baby Carrots, Ranch Dressing, BBQ Sauce Packet/Mayo Manchester 9-12 Monday, November 19, Chicken Fajita, Fresh Apples, Pears, Salsa, Lettuce & Tomato Tuesday, November 20, Pizza Burger on Bun, Baked Beans, Applesauce, Celery Sticks, Ranch Dressing Wednesday, November 21, No School, Thanksgiving Break Thursday, November 22, No school, Thanksgiving Break Friday, November 23, No School, Thanksgiving Break Monday, November 26, Beef Rib Patty on Bun, Peaches, Celery Sticks, Baked Beans, Ketchup/Mayo Tuesday, November 27, BBQ Chicken on Bun, Fresh Broccoli, Pears, Tator Tots, Baby Carrots, Ranch Dressing, BBQ Sauce Packet/Mayo
West Union Village Council West Union Village Council met in regular session at 7:00 p.m., at the Municipal Building, with Mayor Ted Grooms presiding. Call to order, pledge to the flag and roll call: John Lafferty – present, Steve Rothwell – present, Benny McCarty – present, Jason Buda – arrived at 7:20 p.m., Randy Brewer – present, Neil Morrison – present; also in attendance: Tanya Johnson – Clerk, Shelley Gifford – Treasurer, Jerry Kirker – Village Administrator / Fire Chief, Roy Stricklett – Police Chief, Lisa Rothwell Copeland – Solicitor. Visitors: John Caldwell, Terri J. Motil. Motion by Steve Rothwell to approve the Minutes of 10-1612 as distributed, second by Benny McCarty, roll call vote: all yea, motion passed. Motion by Randy Brewer to approve payment of billed submitted, second by Steve Rothwell, roll call vote: all yea, motion passed. Ordinance 2012-6 to proceed with closing a portion of Washington Street from First Street to McArthur Street, motion by Benny McCarty for 3rd reading, second by Randy
Ross Gr ocer y 309 W. 4th Street Manchester 549-4580 K.B. Bologna . . . .$1.19 Lb. Kahn’s Bologna . .$2.59 Lb. Turkey Breast . . .$2.59 Lb. Ham & Cheese . .$3.39 Lb. Ham . . . . . . . . . . .$2.59 Lb.
Brewer, roll call vote: all yea, ordinance passed. Resolution 2012-13 to amend the Official Certificate of Estimated Resources – Water Operating Fund, motion by Benny McCarty, second by Steve Rothwell, roll call vote: all yea, resolution passed. Terri Motil, EMS, told Council all the trucks were up and running, there were a few minor problems with them, but all was good. The Life Squad has had approximately 3000 runs so far this year. Report from Jerry Kirker, Village Administrator / Fire Chief 1. Discussion on the tanker truck, problem with leakage and the tool box, it is in Elizabethtown, KY getting fixed and will be back on Friday, October 26. 2. The Fire Department has had 495 runs for this year. 3. Discussion on the Water Projects: when it will go out for bid, flyover for mapping and time of the next meeting. 4. Discussion with a water meter being destroyed at the old hospital building; pictures and a police report were passed around to the Council members to see. 5. For the removal and storage of the Street Department building in the amount of: $3790; after some discussion, motion by Benny McCarty to take the bids on the tear down and removal of the Street Department building, second by Steve Rothwell, roll call vote: all yea, motion passed. 6. Kirker requested the Building Committee to have a meeting; he will get back with a date and time.
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7. Discussion on the houses that will be taken down thru the Adams County Economic Development Office. 8. Phase II on the Sewer Project will be finished this week. 9. The fire hydrants are almost done, so far only 4 needs repaired or replaced. Lisa Rothwell Copeland, Solicitor told Council she has received a transfer case from Mayor’s Court to County, still is working on the Zoning Ordinance and drafting agreements for the Water / Sewer Department. Resolution 2012-14 accepting the amounts and rates as determined by Budget Commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the County Auditor, motion by Randy Brewer, second by Benny McCarty, roll call vote: 5 yea, Jason Buda – no vote, resolution passed. Motion by Steve Rothwell for executive session ORC 121.22 G for investigation of charges on a public employee, second by Benny McCarty, roll call vote: all yea. Attorney John Caldwell requested that if this session was about his client, Roy Stricklett, they would like to be present. Motion by Steve Rothwell to return to regular session, second by Benny McCarty, roll call vote: all yea. Motion by Steve Rothwell to rescind the suspension of Roy Stricklett, second by Benny McCarty, roll call vote: 4 yea; Jason Buda, Randy Brewer – nay, motion passed. Chief Roy Stricklett spoke to Council about the light bar for
the new cruiser and Troy Davis putting on the decals for $100. Council member Neil Morrison told Council there was some problems with the K-9 cruiser; the water pump was leaking and it needs a new battery. The Mayor discussed a few items with Council: 1. Debbie Vires contract with the Village was almost up, no action was taken. 2. OPTO Traffic – Motion by Randy Brewer not to enter into a contract with OPTO Traffic, second by Benny McCarty, roll call vote: all yea, motion passed. 3. To have zombie parade in the Village of West Union. 4. Christmas lights in the Village, Pat Mason was doing a good job getting it organized and Santa will be at the Fire Department on December 2, 2012. 5. Discussion on the balance owed by the Fire Department on the fire truck; Resolution 2012-15 to rescind Resolution 2012-7 and forgive the balance still owed by the West Union Fire Department on the fire truck, motion by Randy Brewer, second by Steve Rothwell, roll call vote: 5 yea; Jason Buda – no vote, resolution passed. Chief Roy Stricklett discussed with Council the narrow bar radio, driving classes and perimeter of a crime scene. Other item discussed were: water meters, street lights, property that needs mowed and cleaned up. Motion by Steve Rothwell to adjourn, second by Neil Morrison, roll call vote; all yea, meeting adjourned.
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Tom Turkeys Thanksgiving Day High 60, Low 45, Sunny to Partly Cloudy.
Wednesday, November 21, High 58, Low 38, Partly Sunny.
Saturday, November 24, High 46, Low 36, Mostly Sunny.
Sunday, November 25, High 61, Low 40, Warmer.
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Friday, November 23, High 53, Low 31, Chance of Showers.
Monday, November 26, High 60, Low 31, Periods of Rain.
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November’s Garden Tasks Submitted by Faye Mahaffey, OSUE Brown County Master Gardener Volunteer Talk about crazy weather! Last week we had several mornings that the temperature dipped down in the 20’s and today we worked outside planting the last of our trees in short sleeves! The Boxelder bugs were everywhere enjoying the warmer weather. After checking on my pallet garden, I rewarded the blooming petunias with a good drink of water. I have tucked a few pansies in a few open spaces and have realized that next year we need to address how the water travels through the pallet. Some places simply get too wet and other places always seem a bit dry. `Have you noticed Honeysuckle shrubs in your tree line or woods? Now is a great time to work on this invasive shrub. If you want to wait until spring, at least mark the shrubs with a flag or tape so that you will be sure to eliminate the correct shrub. Be sure to keep an eye out for Poison ivy – remember that even though those shiny "leaves of three" aren’t visible on the plant, you can contract poison ivy from the twining woody vine itself. I hope to get some bigger Honeysuckle shrubs cut down and treated with stump killer before the end of November. November’s list of garden tasks includes: The Whole Garden: Clean, oil and sharpen your garden tools Prepare the lawn mower for winter storage
Test your soil Before the ground freezes hard, install bluebird nesting boxes Feed lawn before winter Trees and Shrubs: Make sure all leaves are off your lawns before heavy snows begin Remove broken or diseased branches Spray antidessicants on broadleaved evergreens Flowers and Grasses: Keep planting daffodil bulbs until the ground freezes Finish cutting back perennials Mulch perennial gardens Fruits and Vegetables: Continue harvesting kale and collards until snow is on the ground Harvest greens in your cold frame Finish putting the garden to bed I have gone another year without getting greens planted in my cold frame to enjoy when the snow is blowing. It seems that this task always get put at the tail end of my "to do" list. I also need to get busy and tuck some daffodils in the ground! How about you? Don’t forget about the free garden seminar being presented at the Fincastle campus of Southern State Community College on Thursday, November 15. Louis Mays will speak about Edible Landscaping in the library from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. My son just called me wanting my "wish list" for Christmas! I’m headed to the basket of gardening catalogs with a pen and paper. Next week I will share some of the items on my "I want that" list.
Sheep and Goat WebEx Series Attention goat and sheep producers - Three Ohio State University Extension Locations will be host sites for an upcoming Goat and Sheep webinar series Purdue Extension will present two webinars to educate goat and sheep farmers on feeding practices following the drought, managing forage shortages and the production of commercial versus show goats. Two of these sites will be fairly close for Adams/Brown/Highland producers. Both Clinton County and Clermont County will be sites for this program. The program will be offered two evenings from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. on November 28 and December 5. These will be live programs and there will be opportunity for the audiences to participate in questions and answers during the programs. These programs are free but we ask that you call ahead to be sure we have ample seating for everyone. You can reserve your seat by calling the Clinton County extension office at 937382-0901 ext. 15 and for the Clermont County extension office at 513 732-7070 ext. 13. Tony Nye is the Clinton Co. contact (email@example.com) and Gi Gi Neal is the Clermont Co. contact (firstname.lastname@example.org). The directions for these two offices are: Clinton Co. is located at 111 S. Nelson Ave. Wilmington, Ohio 45177 and the Clermont Co. office is located at 1000 Locust Street, Owensville, Ohio 45160. Goats and sheep are small ruminants, so they
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1 pkg. (12 oz.) semisweet chocolate chips 1 pkg. (11 oz.) candy corn 52 fudge-striped cookies 1/4 cup butter, cubed 4 cups miniature marshmallows 6 cups crisp rice cereal 52 white confetti sprinkles In microwave, melt chocolate chips; stir until smooth. For tails, use a dab of chocolate to attach five candy corns in a fan shape to the chocolate side of half of the cookies; refrigerate until set. In a large saucepan, melt butter. Add marshmallows; stir over low heat until melted. Stir in cereal. Cool for 10 minutes. With buttered hands, form cereal mixture into 1 1/2 inch balls. Remelt chocolate if necessary. Using chocolate, attach the cereal balls to the chocolate side of the remaining cookies. Position tails perpendicular to the base cookies; attach with chocolate.
With a toothpick dipped in chocolate, attach two confetti sprinkles to each head. Using chocolate, dot each sprinkle to make pupils. Let stand until set. Store in an airtight container.
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Cuffs and Collars Field reports from Ohio Division of Wildlife Officers Central Ohio Fayette County Wildlife Officer John Coffman responded to a complaint regarding illegal cast netting at the Deer Creek Spillway. Once Officer Coffman arrived at on the scene, he observed two men throwing a cast net from the spillway high wall. As the officer approached, the men quickly rolled up their net, placed it in a bucket and sat on it. When questioned about the net, both claimed they hadn’t even gotten the net out of the bucket. The men became irate and argumentative when issued their summons for illegal cast netting. When they asked how they were supposed to know if it was illegal to cast net, Officer Coffman pointed to the sign they had walked past to get to their fishing location prohibiting cast netting 1,000 feet below the dam.
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Seventh Annual Barrel Tasting November 24 If you enjoy wine and/or locally grown/ produced David Dugan products you may want to Extension Educator, put this on your calendar. Agriculture and Natural This event has been estabResources lished as an annual event Ohio Valley Extension that takes place on the Education Research Saturday following Area Thanksgiving. This will Adams/Brown/Highland be the Seventh Annual Counties Barrel Tasting. There will and goat production, are be 8 wineries participating the impetus behind the this year including seven in webinars. "We'll be talking Ohio and one in Kentucky. about what this year's This will include a Ferry ride drought did to pastures and across the Ohio River. the lack of feed for farmThis event will give you the ers," said Mark Kepler, opportunity to meet the winePurdue Extension educator makers/winegrowers and in Fulton County and webi- sample future vintages from nar organizer. "More and the barrel at Kinkead Ridge, more farmers are starting Harmony Hill, Meranda- Southeast Ohio – Wildlife to raise goats and sheep Nixon and others in southern District Four Over Labor Day weekend, because they require less Ohio and Kentucky. This is an Wildlife Officer Chris Dodge space and maintenance event in wine making regions and Investigator Travis Abele than larger farm animals. for family and friends to gathwere patrolling parts of We're gearing this program er together to taste both curtoward those who are rently available and future Wayne National Forest in novice or beginners, but vintages. The event has con- Hocking County. As the offithe information is really tinued to grow over the past cers were traveling down a county road, a man on an important to all sheep and few years. Don’t miss it. goat producers." For more details, including ATV drove past the officers times and a map for the and onto a Wayne National The Nov. 28 webinar will wineries on the tour, go to Forest service road. From cover: http://www.kinkeadridge.co that point, the man drove * Dealing with shortages m/barreltasting.htm. In addi- around a gate and beyond a and alternative forages fol- tion to the barrel tasting, sign reading “No Motor The officers lowing the drought, by Ken Kinkead Ridge will be cele- Vehicles.” turned around and waited at Andries, Kentucky State brating their 10th anniverUniversity Extension goat sary so you can also enjoy the gate for the man to return. As they were waiting, two specialist. a piece of anniversary more individuals on ATV’s * Feeding sheep and cake! goats following the West Union 544-7100 drought, by Mike Neary, or 5443784 Purdue Extension Small Manchester 549-2291 Ruminant specialist. The Dec. 5 webinar will cover: * 2013 pasture considerations following the drought, by Keith Johnson, Purdue Extension Forage specialist. * Differences between
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Officer Gus Kiebel responded to a man’s house after receiving a call from the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office stating that the man had shot two deer. When they arrived, the man showed them the button bucks that he had shot with a 12 gauge shotgun. He stated that the deer were eating his shrubs, so he fired two shots into the ground. Since the younger deer did not run off like the adults did, he shot them. The suspect was charged with
taking deer in the closed season. The case is pending in Clermont County Municipal Court. Law Enforcement Section Headquarters The investigation of instances where people are injured or killed, or there is damage to property from the act of hunting is a high priority for wildlife officers. These situations, though uncommon, require a number of special skills in crime scene investigation and evidence collection, among others. Ohio wildlife officers have proven themselves experts in this area and able to handle complex and detailed cases. To maintain this professionalism, four investigators recently attended the International Hunting Incident Investigation Academy in West Virginia. This week long training involved 39 officers from 17 states. Instruction included analysis of ballistic evidence, blood spatter analysis, evidence collection, photography techniques, and interview skills. Participants are required to investigate and solve a realistic hunting incident scenario using techniques learned during the course.
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Say a Thanksgiving PrayerforThose Less Fortunate The laughter and love of family mem- areas to return to normal. bers gathered around the dinner table at Some officials have suggested donaThanksgiving provide food for the soul. tions of money to agencies such as the If all you have is a loving family, then American Red Cross. Here in Ohio’s you have been blessed. We who also have Second Congressional District, the Blue warm homes and sturdy tables at which Ash-based charity Matthew 25: Ministries our family members can share stories as also can accept supplies to aid in the relief well as a few slices of turkey and pie have efforts. (For information about recovery even more to celebrate. efforts and how you can help, visit this As you give thanks to God for your federal government website: blessings this holiday, please remember in w w w . u s a . g o v / T o p i c s / W e a t h e r / your prayers those less fortunate. Hurricane/sandy.shtml) Many families in The good news Southern Ohio and in Southern Ohio is that elsewhere have been hit many compassionate hard by the economic people are trying to help U.S. Rep. downturn. The number out those less fortunate, Jean Schmidt of people on food perhaps through donaR-Ohio stamps has spiked in tions to charities such as recent years, largely the Salvation Army or because of unemploythe Society of St. ment. Vincent de Paul. The forces of nature also have proven If you can’t afford to donate money or costly. Many in the Clermont County vil- goods, then consider giving some of your lage of Moscow were displaced this past time. March, when a tornado ripped through the I’ll be among hundreds who will volcommunity of about 296 people. Nearly unteer an hour or more next week to pack 100 homes were hit hard, and several peo- food for the needy at the Freestore ple were killed. Foodbank in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine Progress has been made in cleanup neighborhood. efforts related to several March tornadoes Last year, the work included toting that destroyed or damaged hundreds of 10-pound sacks of potatoes, five-pound homes and other structures in Clermont bags of apples, and onion sacks that County – as well as some property in weighed about two pounds. Some of the Adams County, Brown County, and Scioto food ended up with families as far away as County. But work remains to be done. Scioto County – one of seven counties in That puts into perspective the task Ohio’s Second Congressional District, that lies ahead for our fellow Americans which I represent. along the East Coast, whose lives were While based in Hamilton County, the disrupted last month by Hurricane Sandy. Freestore Foodbank helps people in 20 Homes, businesses, and hospitals counties through food pantries, including were flooded as a result of the storm, with residents of Clermont County, Brown some structures knocked off their founda- County, Adams County, and Pike County. tions and others crumbling or catching Over a three-day period before fire. Also damaged were bridges, tunnels, Thanksgiving last year, about 700 volunsubways, and commuter rail lines. teers packed 10,200 boxes of food for disMore than 100 lives were lost, and tribution – including a turkey or chicken about 1 million people had to be evacuat- in each one. That was enough to feed more ed. than 25,000 individuals, including 13,000 The cleanup will be a massive under- children. taking, costing tens of billions of dollars. At times like this, it is important to The halt in business activity will result in remember that we are the United States of lost revenue totaling tens of billions of America – with an emphasis on “United.” dollars more. The strength of our Union, combined with Numerous federal agencies have the blessings of God, enables us to overdeployed thousands of government work- come tragedies. ers to help, and Congress might consider Despite the unexpected trials that increasing disaster funds to afflicted arise, we will carry on – working together states. But it could take years for some to rebuild.
Rep. Bubp Honors Fallen Local Service Member State Representative Danny Bubp, along with other members of the 129th Ohio General Assembly, today participated in a joint convention to present the Ohio Military Medal of Distinction to the families and friends of 28 service members who died while serving their country in 2011. Included in the ceremony was SPC William Seth Blevins, from Sardinia, who was part of the United States Army and died May 23, 2011. The Ohio Military Medal of Distinction was created in Senate Bill 248 of the 127th Ohio General Assembly to honor the sacrifice of Ohio’s fallen service members and their loved ones on behalf of the
State of Ohio, and the General Assembly convenes annually for this purpose. Participating in the presentation were Ohio House Speaker William G. Batchelder, Ohio Senate President Tom Niehaus, Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, Brigadier General Mark Stephens and Ohio GUEST COLUMN Department of Veterans Services Director R e p r e s e n t a t i v e Thomas Moe. Danny Bubp “It was an honor to be a part of the ceremony R-Ohio a today honoring the brave men and women that have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms,” Representative Bubp said. “SPC William Seth Blevins will always be remembered by our community as a great American hero.”
Sen. Brown seeks Campaign Finance Reform U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) is calling for campaign finance reform in the wake of last week's election in which Brown says more than $40 million in outside special interest money was spent against him while campaigning against Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel (R). The Democracy is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections — or Disclose Act — of which Brown is a co-sponsor, would address the Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission which permits unlimited political contributions by corporations and unions. In a conference call with reporters Wednesday afternoon, Brown said the court ruling opened the floodgates for non-profit organizations and corporations to influence the democratic process by making large campaign contributions without necessarily having to disclose who their donors are. The Disclose Act would prevent government contractors and those who received government bailout funding from spending money on elections, as well as require the shareholders of a corporation
to vote on whether money should be spent on campaign contributions. According to Brown, this requirement would empower shareholders — many of whom are middleclass Americans with pensions and 401Ks tied to stock. The Disclose Act also calls for the Internal Revenue Service to investigate groups that file for non-profit status as
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so-called “social welfare” groups, but whose only aim, according to Brown, is to affect the political process and only run political ads. These non-profit groups have a taxexempt status and aren’t currently required to register with the Federal Election Commission or reveal their donors. “Special interests should not have a louder voice in our democracy than middle-class families,” Brown said. Brown added that a lot of wealthy people have said they
are looking for a repeal of state tax, weaker environmental laws, and consider making large campaign contributions as an investment for their own financial benefit. “It poisons our political process in too many ways, and that’s why I’m urging my colleagues to approve this measure,” Brown said. “We have a responsibility to our country.” Asked if he has the support required for approval of the Disclose Act, Brown says he has support in the d Democratic-led Senate but expects Republicans to support it as well because the public overwhelmingly wants to see change. “People are just sick of the ads and the negative nastiness of these campaigns,” Brown told The Logan Daily News. Although Brown hopes to gain enough support in the Republican-led House if it’s first approved in the Senate, he said he's prepared to try again next year if it doesn’t go through. “We expect the number [of supporters] on the Disclose Act to grow this year and next year,” he said. “We know Democrats support it, but expect Republicans to support it.”
Secretary of State Husted Releases New Business Filing Figures for October 2012
A total of 8,001 new entities filed to do business in Ohio in October 2012. These numbers are up compared to October 2011, in which 6,449 new entities filed with the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State’s office has assisted with 74,735 new business filings to date in 2012 (January-October). This is an increase from the same time period last year, in which there
were 69,475 new business filings.
that of chief elections officer, the office is also the first stop for individuals or companies who want to file and start a business in Ohio. While recGUEST ognizing these numbers COLUMN Secretary of State can’t provide a complete picture of Ohio’s jobs climate, John Husted they are an important indicaR-Ohio tor of economic activity that Secretary Husted hopes will add to the discussion of how Though the most visible to improve the state’s overall role of the Secretary of State is climate for business.
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Senior Living Civil War Quilt challenge Senior Citizens Happy Thanksgiving! The Senior Citizens Council would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and extend our appreciation to everyone who has supported us over the years. To our employees, volunteers, consumers, and supporters who contribute their time and resources in order to allow us to continue helping the Seniors of Adams County, a very warm and heartfelt THANK YOU! The Senior Citizens Office will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22-23 for Thanksgiving. Have a safe and happy Holiday weekend. The Holidays have begun and among all the hustle and bustle it is easy to overlook those who may not have family to share the season with. It only takes a few moments to write a card, make a call or even a stop in for a visit with some tasty goodies to ease the loneliness of someone you may know and the rewards will always be worth the thought. It could truly brighten a person’s day to know they are thought of and that someone cared enough to show it. Come on out and get involved in some of the activities and services we have going on every month here at the Senior Center. On the 1st Monday & Friday each month the Adams County Veterans Services are here. On the 3rd Monday we have Knitting Class from 1-4 pm. Each Tuesday & Thursday from 10-11 am is Gentle Chair Yoga Class. On Tuesday afternoon at 1 pm is Movie & Popcorn. The Scrappy Quilters Club meet the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays from 10 am – 3 pm. Marsha from OSU
Extension will be here at 12 noon on the November 28th. Each Thursday from 12:303:30 pm we play card games with the exception of Thanksgiving Day. On the 2nd Friday at 11 am GENESIS comes to check blood pressure/blood sugars. We welcome volunteers to help with any activities you might be interested in doing. Your involvement and input helps us to serve you better. Services and activities are FREE. It’s YOUR Senior Center. We want YOU to enjoy it. For more info: 5443979. The Jungle Jim’s/Golden Corral trip in Eastgate on December 3rd has been cancelled. We still have seats available for a day trip. On Saturday, November 24th, we will be taking a day trip to Historic Clifton Mill, built in 1802, and is one of the largest grist mills still in existence today, featuring over 3.5 million lights on the mill, gorge, falls and grounds. Trip includes: Historic Clifton Mill, miniature Village & Santa Claus Display, dinner at the Golden Jersey Inn at Young’s Jersey Farm, Yellow Springs, visit the petting zoo, drive through Ramar Subdivision to see decorated homes and Shawnee Trails motor coach transportation. This is one trip that will definitely get you in the Christmas Spirit! We only have 25 seats available. Cost: $76.00 per person. Cost for ages 12 and under are lower, please call for more information. Call 937-544-3979 now and get your name on the list! All one-day trips are nonrefundable unless cancelled by the Tour Group or by the
Senior Center. Overnight trips offer cancellation insurance. HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) is a federally funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet the cost of home heating. Bring a current heating bill, electric bill, proof of income, social security numbers, birth dates of everyone living in household and proof of US citizenship for primary applicant (birth certificate, Ohio driver’s license, passport, baptismal record, voter’s registration or a signed verification from another US citizen). At Senior Citizens our emphasis is placed on reaching the elderly, 60+, homebound and/or disabled. Guidelines must be met to qualify. We have applications at the Senior Center and an OutReach Aide available on Tuesday, 8 am–4 pm and Thursday from 12 – 4 pm to assist you. A set-up site is scheduled for Thursday November 28th from 1-3 pm at Young’s IGA in Seaman. For more info and/or to make an appointment, call Teresa at 544-3979. KEEP IN MIND: We have some medical supplies (chucks, depends, bed pads, etc.) here at the Senior Center that we will gladly share with any senior who is in need of them. If you need any of the above items, or if you have any medical supplies or equipment that you no longer need, (still sealed in original packaging) please give us a call at 544-3979 or drop by the Senior Center. JUST A THOUGHT: The surest cure for loneliness, the quickest way to happiness, are found in this simple creed: serve someone in greater need.
Plan Holiday Meals with Health in Mind Many of us are gearing up for Thanksgiving. Now that the holiday is nearing, it is time to plan our Thanksgiving feasts, invite family and/or friends to gather, travel to visit with family and friends, plan grocery shopping lists, etc. It is a fun and stressful time indeed! We probably all look forward to Thanksgiving to get grandma’s famous noodles or mom’s candied sweet potatoes that are “to die for.” However, you may have friends or family members at your dinner table that have certain health conditions that require them to avoid certain foods. This can make planning your Thanksgiving feast challenging as it may affect the “diversity” of your meal. Some people use this as an opportunity to plan a more creative (and more nutritious) Thanksgiving meal. We can all enjoy our favorite foods (in moderation, of course), but we can also enjoy some healthier alternatives or versions of our favorite recipes that have been modified to be healthier. Modifying your menu or your recipes will help family/friends with health conditions, and help everyone else, too. Healthy eating is good for everyone so when planning your holiday menu, keep health in mind! For your Thanksgiving menu, your first item of business will likely be the turkey. Next, think about fresh fruits and vegetables. Serve some fruits and vegetables that are not doused in butter, cream, or salt. Opt to use flavorings like herbs, spices, lemon juice, artificial sweeteners, or low-fat yogurt to flavor fruits and vegetables. This will help cut down on the amount of sodium and fat in the meal. Fruits and vegetables can be served as appetizers and/or side dishes. My aunt brought fresh-
ly cut pineapple to Thanksgiving one year. I will admit that we were all a little confused when she stated that pineapple would be her contribution to the meal. However, we all agreed that it was one of the best items in our meal that night! After indulging in all the other foods, the pineapple was very refreshing. Needless to say, we beg her to bring that each year. In recipes that call for shortening, butter, margarine, or oil, you could replace half of these ingredients with applesauce or prune puree. You could also just use ¼ of the total amount of fat called for in the recipe. For example, if the recipe calls for 1 cup of fat, use ¾ cup of fat. If a recipe calls for mayonnaise, cream cheese, cottage cheese, or other cheeses, use non-fat or lowfat versions of these ingredients. Use skim milk, 1 percent milk, evaporated skim milk, or plain soy milk instead of whole milk, halfand-half, or evaporated milk. You can omit salt or reduce salt by ½ in most recipes—with the exception of products that use yeast. Avoid putting the salt shaker on the table at Thanksgiving. Instead of salt, use your creativity and experiment with different seasonings like cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, basil, tarragon, oregano, or black pepper. These will enhance the flavor of foods and cut down on the amount of sodium.
Also, when filling your plate for Thanksgiving, try to have it resemble MyPlate. MyPlate is a tool that can be used to help you include the right amounts of food from each food group in your meals. MyPlate encourages us to fill half our plate with fruits and vegetables. Onefourth of the plate should consist of grain products like pasta, cereal, rice, or bread. One-fourth of the plate should consist of protein foods like fish, turkey, chicken, lean beef, beans, eggs, or nuts. Have a serving of dairy (i.e. low-fat or fat-free milk, cheese, or yogurt) at each meal. You will likely have foods from each of these food groups in your holiday meal. Try your best to have your servings of food from each of the food groups resemble MyPlate. Remember, you can still enjoy some of your favorite holiday dishes—just consider having a little less or modify the recipe to improve the nutritional quality of the dish. Have a happy (and healthy) holiday! Dates to Remember -ServSafe Employee (Level 1) Food Safety Training: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Adams County Regional Medical Center (2nd floor conference room). Visit http://adams.osu.edu, http://brown.osu.edu, or http://highland. osu.edu to download a registration form. For questions, contact Amy Habig at 937-3931918 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week we are featuring the Anvil block. The black smith was an integrial part of life during the civil war making tools, wagon parts and other necessary items for daily life. If you do not like this block (Shown here with the seam allowance as spaces, ) you could substitute the churn dash block to reference Manchester Ohio which produced some wonderful churns and crocks. Don't forget to square up this block. It is made of two halfsquare tri-angles and two 4 patches that have 2 solid and 2 half square triangles in them. Don't forget to send up pictures of your work or send in any questions you might have regarding the quilt. (I had planned on putting in a crochet pattern this week, but I am off somewhere in it and need to figure it out before publishing it.
ABCAP Senior Nutrician Menu Wednesday, November 21, Roasted Turkey w/Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Green Beans, Dressing, Roll, Cranbury Sauce and Pumpkin Pie. Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23, Thanksgiving
Monday, November 26, Salisbury Steak w/Brown Gravy, Brussel Sprouts, Butternut Squash, Fruit Cocktail, Roll. Tuesday, November 27, Fish Sandwich, Carrots, Peas, Muffin, Pineapple.
Dear Miss Needles Dear Miss Needles: I am interested in doing trapunto and want to know what type of needle I should purchase. Signed, Inez Dear Inez: They sell needles just for trapunto. I looked through my needs and found one that I use all the time for stuffing and it is a 6 inch needle and my guess is it is 15 or 16 guage. I do know that at a lot of the local stores there are upholstery or household needle sets that have a cuved needle int he package and a variety of other large needles. Those will work. If you know of someone who used to make the soft sculpture dolls, those needles work well also. A rounded tip or ball point is giid to stuff with as it fits in tight places to work batting or stuffing into the tight spaces. I like the shorter ones with the big eyes to thread ribbon, yarn or other larger threads to use for design work. Good luck and remember, there are a lot of local stores with needles, thread and notions. Dear Miss Needles: I am looking for a broomstick afghan needle. Can I make one from a broom stick myself? Signed, Hunter Dear Hunter: Do they make broom handles out of wood anymore? I can remember back int he 1970's when
broomstick afghans were all the rage and allegedly it was a real broomstick used before they came out with the needle, so yes, you should be able to make your own. I owned a brookstick need back then and it was about as long as a traditional knitting needle and had a point like one, but you only needed one. It had an end so the yarn could not come off the other end. I suppose you could saw off an only broom stick handle, nail a disc to the
end as a stop and as long as you were successful in putting the yarn onto the broom stick, it could work. I am sure you can still purchase them or use a size 52 knitting needle. Good luck and let us know how your homemade needle works out. Do you have a question you would like Miss Needles to answer? E-mail her at dearmissneedles @yahoo.com or write to her in care of The Informer.
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The Informer - Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 7
Adams County Commissioners The Board of Adams County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, November 5, 2012 with the following members present: Brian Baldridge and Roger Rhonemus. Commissioner Justin Cooper was absent due to a business trip. Clerk Diane Ward was also present. It was moved by Roger Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to approve the transfers, advances, and additional appropriations. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Roger Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to approve the October Life Squad volunteer reimbursements upon the recommendation of EMS Director Etta Sparks. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper,
absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to approve the following travel: David Gifford, 2012 Winter Conference, Columbus, OH, 1/27-29/12, $419.40, M. Greene, T. Himes, OSAVSC Fall Conference, Dublin, OH, 11/16-17/12, $405.00. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Roger Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to approve the JFS payroll of $44,100.00 for pay period October 21, 2012 through November 3, 2012 upon the recommendation of JFS Director Sue Fulton. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to approve the bills. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Roger Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to approve the
JFS/FCFC Lynn M. Lowell, M.Ed., LPC, of Clear View Counseling, LLC contract agreement for provision of counseling services and psycho/educational instruction and counseling (services for child and parent) upon the recommendation of JFS Director Sue Fulton. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to approve the agreement by and between the Adams County Commissioners and the Board of Trustees of the Adams County Public Library for the purpose of enabling the Library employees to be covered under the county health insurance policy offered by the Commissioners. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Roger Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to proclaim the month of November as Adoption Awareness Month in
Adams County. Those present for the proclamation were as follows: Adams County Children Services Executive Director Jill Wright, Casework Supervisor Sonya R. Evans, Foster Adoption Specialist Dawn Grooms, and Case Worker Andra P. Williams. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea Melody Myers and Deputy Mark Brewer met with the board to discuss the Overtime Traffic High Visibility Enforcement Overtime Grant that was awarded to the county by the Ohio Department of Public Safety in the amount of $29,665.46. JFS employees Kathy Knauff, Angel Wilson, and Sally Anderson met with the board to discuss employee health insurance. JFS Director Sue Fulton and Transportation Director Sally Hayslip met with the board to discuss the NET/PRS transportation contract amendments.
It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to approve the contract amendment to the following NET transportation vendors for provision of NET/PRS services: FRS Transportation, Adams County Senior Citizens Council, and A.B.C.E.O.I. (ABCAP Home Care). Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea Auditor David Gifford, Joye Ross, Linda Jackson met with the board to discuss 2013 health insurance rates. JFS Director Sue Fulton was also present for the session. Sally Hayslip and Court Administrator Angela Richmond met with the board to discuss electrical service for the Christmas Lighting requested by Pat Mason. Brian Kitchen was also present to discuss electric upgrades for the outside lights. County Court Judge Alan Foster met with the board to discuss potential litigation. It was moved by Roger
Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to enter into executive session at 2:47 p.m. to discuss possible pending litigation with County Court Judge Alan Foster. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to reconvene at 2:09 p.m. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Roger Rhonemus and seconded by Brian Baldridge to advertise for sealed bids for the sale of the Peebles Annex Building requiring a minimum bid of $100,000.00 with bids to be received by November 27, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea It was moved by Brian Baldridge and seconded by Roger Rhonemus to adjourn at 3:30 p.m. Vote: Baldridge, yea, Cooper, absent, Rhonemus, yea
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HOMES FOR SALE HOMES
R57 – MANCHESTER – Brick home built in 2007, 2286 SF plus full finished basement, 5 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen with appliances, dining room, utility room, elec. furnace, C/A, wood stove in basement, hardwood & tile floors, 2-car att. garage & 2-car det. brick/vinyl sided garage with bath. Home is located in nice neighborhood near school. $249,900.
R3 – WEST UNION – 1 ½ story frame home built in 1901, 1776 SF living area, 4 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen with appliances, pantry, utility room, enclosed back porch, wrap-around front porch, new gas furnace, hardwood floors, new water heater, 16x24 2-story barn, .4 acre lot, former home of the last surviving civil war veteran from West Union, would be a great home to restore. PRICE REDUCED TO $43,500. R5 – WINCHESTER – Well maintained home with vinyl siding, 1300 SF living area, 3 BR, 1 bath, living & family rooms, kitchen & dining room, utility room, heat pump, C/A, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, 2-car garage with electric & water, breezeway, swimming pool with deck, concrete driveway, front porch, 3 buildings, deck, white vinyl fence, nice landscaping. $99,900. R8 – PEEBLES – Frame home with vinyl siding, 1240 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living & family room, eat-in kitchen with appliances, full finished basement with 3 BR & TV room, hardwood floors, 30 ft. aboveground pool with deck, city utilities, heat pump, nice .6 acre lot. $129,900. R13 - CHERRY FORK AREA - Very nice DW in excellent location, vinyl siding, windows & roof all replaced 6-years ago, 1152 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living room, eat-in kitchen with appliances & lots of cabinets, vaulted ceilings, elec. furnace, heat pump, C/A, hardwood & vinyl flooring, nice carpeting, covered front porch, nice patio, 2-car att. garage, 24x32 finished det. garage, concrete driveway, 0.88 acre. $89,900.
HOMES WITH ACREAGE
R23 - MANCHESTER - Frame home with vinyl siding, 624 SF living area, 1 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen with pantry, all appliances, elec. heat, A/C, 1car garage, front & back porches, nice starter or retirement home, very neat. PRICE REDUCED TO $29,900. R25 - WINCHESTER - Frame home with vinyl siding, 1621 SF living area, 3 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen, fuel oil furnace, elec. baseboard heat, gas wall heater, flooring is combination of tile/vinyl/carpeting, 2car garage, 2 porches, 0.226 acre lot. Nice starter or rental home. $49,900.
H23 – CHERRY FORK – 20.421 acres with beautiful Cape Cod home with vinyl siding built in 2002, 2744 SF living area plus full poured basement, 4 BR, 2.5 baths, living & family rooms, kitchen with island & pantry, dining room, sun room, utility room, elec. furnace, heat pump, C/A, gas fireplace, county water, 2year-old roof, tile floors, att. 24x24 garage, concrete driveway, front & side porches, large barn, 15x48 barn. This is a beautiful county setting. A MUST SEE! $319,000. H25 – MANCHESTER – 5.614 acres with 16x80 Century mobile home, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen & dining room, all appliances, gas furnace, new wood burning F/P, C/A, county water, patio, 10x12 building, 14x70 storage trailer. $49,900. H27 - WEST UNION - 2.8 wooded acres with 640 SF frame home, would make nice weekend retreat or fixer-upper, 1 BR, 1bath, living room, eat-in kitchen, cistern, septic system. $19,000. H29 – WEST UNION - 1.4 acres with 12x60 mobile home, 2 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen with stove top oven, fuel oil furnace, county water, small barn. PRICE REDUCED TO $17,500. H33 – WEST UNION – 25.166 acres with approx. 23 acres wooded, frame home with aluminum siding, 1260 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living & family rooms, eat-in kitchen with appliances, utility room, elec. furnace, C/A, 2 garages, rear deck, large pole barn. $139,900.
R31 – MANCHESTER – Frame home with vinyl siding in a nice country setting with beautiful view, 1200 SF living area, 3 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen with appliances, full basement, new gas furnace, C/A, new roof, 2-car garage, garden spot. $89,000. H5 – WEST UNION – 2 acres +/-with 1997 Palm Harbor DW, 1647 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen with appliances, dining room, new gas furnace, C/A, county water, 2-car att. garage, 15x40 barn, beautiful setting on dead end road. $139,000. H7 - WEST UNION - 2.38 acres with 14x70 mobile home, 2 BR. 1 bath, eat-in kitchen with appliances, elec. furnace, 2 A/C, county water, septic system, 1 1/2 car garage. $55,000.
R15 – WRIGHTSVILLE – 1.316 acres with DW located in cozy Ohio River community, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living room, eat-in kitchen, gas furnace, C/A, wrap-around porch, 2-year-old roof, shed, 2 water taps & 2 septic tanks.. $59,900. - MAKE OFFER
H35 – MANCHESTER – Top of the line Dutch DW with vinyl siding setting on 2.5 acres, 2016 SF living area, 3 BR, 2.5 baths, living room kitchen & dining room, all appliances, elec. furnace, C/A, gas F/P, county water, hardwood floors, 2-car att. garage, 28x32 det. garage, blacktop driveway, nice front porch & rear deck overlooking the country setting, 10x12 barn, lots of new updates & features. $139,000.
H9 – WEST UNION – 1.32 acres with 14x70 mobile home in good condition, 3 BR, 1 bath, living room, eatin kitchen with appliances, utility room, elec. furnace, A/C, county water, nice location on private road. PRICE REDUCED TO $39,900.
R17 - MANCHESTER - 1 1/2 story frame home with vinyl siding, 1225 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen & dining room, elec. & gas heat, C/A, gas f/p, all new windows, large covered porch, 2-car garage. Home is in great condition. $92,900.
R21 – WINCHESTER – POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING - 0.918 acre with 1997 DW, 1170 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen & dining room, all appliances, elec. furnace, C/A, new windows, floating floor, 2-car garage, covered front porch, concrete patio, extra lot with water & sewage. $89,900 – MAKE OFFER.
H3 - WEST UNION - Mini farm for horses or cattle, 20+ acres with beautiful 2010 Fleetwood DW, 1960 SF living area, 4 BR, 2 full baths, living & family rooms, kitchen with appliances, dining room, utility room, elec. heat pump, C//A, F/P, deck with hot tub, 24x36 horse barn with 3 stalls & tack room, 2 additional barns, 12 tillable acres, 7 acres of pasture, excellent location. $169,900.
R29 - PEEBLES - Exceptionally nice 3 BR home in Peebles. 1144 SF of living space. Home sets on nice lot with a big backyard. 2 full baths, living room, kitchen with appliances, utility room. Elec. furnace with heat pump, C/A, city water/sewage. This is a must-see and priced to sell at $89,900!
R33 – PEEBLES – Frame home with vinyl siding, 1142 SF living area, 3 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen with appliances & new counter top & cabinets, large storage room, elec. heat, city water/sewer, new windows, hardwood & vinyl flooring, att. garage. This is a very clean home. $53,500.
R19 – WEST UNION – 1 ½ story frame home with vinyl siding, 1915 SF living area, 3+ BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen with appliances, dining room, elec. & nat. gas heat, C/A, covered front porch. PRICE REDUCED TO $49,900.
H1 – MANCHESTER – Frame home with vinyl siding, 2036 SF living area, 3 BR, 2 full baths, mother-in-law suite, living & family rooms, kitchen with appliances, dining room, elec. furnace, C/A, county water. Home sets on 5.434 acres with 4 acres of woods. $105,000.
24x58 detached garage with 24x12 lean-to, blacktop driveway. Home is located in a nice, private country setting on dead-end road. PRICE REDUCED TO $279,000.
R34 – MANCHESTER – Block home with aluminum siding, 1809 SF living area, 3 BR, 1 bath, living room, eat-in kitchen with appliances, mother-in-law suite with full bath & kitchenette, heat pump, 2 ventless gas wall heaters, 2-car detached garage, carport, fenced back yard. $59,500. R35 - CHERRY FORK - Very nice DW featuring 2 BR, 2 full baths (1 with shower, 1 with Jacuzzi), living room, kitchen with appliances, elec. furnace, C/A, floating floor, 2-car garage, 2 porches, public water, .747 acre with creek. $84,000.
H13 - WEST UNION - Frame home with vinyl siding on 12.33 acres, 2160 SF living area, 4 BR, 2 full baths, living & family rooms, kitchen & dining room, nat. gas furnace, C/A, gas F/P, 2 garages, 48x36 barn. PRICE REDUCED TO $79,900. H19 – MANCHESTER – 2 acres with 1120 SF farm house, 3 BR, 1 bath, living room, kitchen with appliances, dining room, utility room, elec. furnace, County water, screened-in deck, 28x42 barn. PRICE REDUCED TO $54,000.
H41 – PEEBLES – 5 acres with 2005 modular home, 2025 SF living area, 4 BR, 2 full baths, living room, extra-large kitchen with bar area, lots of counter space, appliances, dining room, elec. furnace, C/A, county water, shed, security system. $99,900.
H21 – MANCHESTER – 25.77 acres with combination brick/vinyl sided home built in 2002, 2118 SF living area plus full finished basement, 4 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen & dining room, all appliances, 2 gas furnaces, 2 C/A units, hardwood floors,
H45 – LATHAM – 1.6 acres with very nice 2005 mobile home (14x60), 2 BR, 1 bath, living room, eatin kitchen with appliances, elec. furnace, A/C, 2 porches, 2 buildings, beautiful landscaping, creek, located near Longs Retreat for recreation. $42,500.
L11 - WEST UNION - Building lot conveniently located with all utilities available. $10,000.
FARMS - BUILDING LOTS - VACANT LAND - BUSINESS
FARMS F3 – MANCHESTER – 101.452 acres with approx. 20 acres tillable, 40 acres of pasture and 40 acres of woods, 40x60 barn with 30x60 lean-to, large pond, beautiful spot for new home, great for horses & ATV’s, lots of trails. $209,000. F11 - PEEBLES - 14.349 acre mini farm with 2160 SF frame home with vinyl siding, partial basement, 2 BR, 2 full baths, living room, kitchen with appliances, elec. heat pump, C/A, wood stove, county water + cistern, 60x80 barn with 5 horse stalls, 80x20 implement shed, corn crib, creek, stocked pond. $189,000. F13 – WINCHESTER – 51.12 mostly tillable acres, 1 ½ story partial brick/vinyl sided home, 2432 SF living area, 4 BR, 1 bath, living room, kitchen & dining room, basement, fuel oil furnace, county water, 2-car detached garage, 2 big barns with sheds, concrete block barn, corn crib, silo. Property has lots of road frontage, will divide. $230,000. Seller will also
sell house, barns with 25 acres for $150,000. F15 - PEEBLES - 71.539 wooded acres with lots of big cedar trees and some timber, 2 campers, county water, septic system & electric on property. $189,900.
L13 - SEAMAN - 2 town lots with all utilities available. $8,995.
F19 – PEEBLES – 108.49 acre farm with approve 41 tillable acres & 66 acres of woods, 1 ½ story frame home with vinyl siding built in 1978, 1411 SF living area, basement, 4 BR, 1 bath, living room, kitchen with appliances, 2 gas wall heaters, gas F/P, wood furnace. 76x40 barn. 30x20 barn, 28x20 barn, 36x26 corn crib, public water, creek, lots of wildlife. $239,000.
L15 – PEEBLES – 0.165 acre lot with old home that needs tore down, all utilities available. $14,900 – MAKE OFFER.
BUILDING LOTS L1 – SEAMAN - .373 acre lot with water and septic. $7500.
V7 - OTWAY - 79.778 acres with 25 acres tillable, water & electric available, large barn, great place for new home, beautiful setting. $135,000.
L5 – WEST UNION – 0.54 acre town lot, water/sewer available. $14,000.
V11 – MANCHESTER – 4.004 acres with water tap, woods, electric available, lots of wildlife. $12,000.
VACANT LAND V3 – RARDEN – POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING – 13.55 wooded acres, good for hunting/recreation. $29,900.
B5 - WEST UNION - 5168 SF brick commercial building in excellent location on Main St. in West Union on 0.506 acre lot with blacktop parking lot, building is currently set up as a Dr.'s office with other businesses. Building could be set up to accommodate 6 separate businesses. Call for more details. $450,000. B10 - NEW LISTING - RUSSELLVILLE - East-Bend Twin Drive-in movie theatre with 2 screens, trailer is set-up as projector room, with digital projector, fully equipped concession stand, 2 diesel generators, bucket truck, 7 septic systems for men's & women's baths which are wheel-chair accessible, frame home with 2 BR, 1 bath, living room, eatin kitchen, large barn. There is a total of 28.75 acres with approx. 15 acres of woods, Pizza Parlor is being built out front for year-round business is nearly finished, tractor & bush hog are also available. $168,000 with POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING.
8 - Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - The Informer
Adams County Court of Common Pleas CIVIL CASES National Bank of Adams County vs. James Rollins, Foreclosures. Midland Funding LLC vs. Donna Michael, Judgment. US Bank NA vs. Emilie Payton, Foreclosures. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC vs. Eula Vincent, Foreclosures. CIVIL DIVISION Darrell L. Clark vs. Grange Mutual Casualty Company, journal entry filed. Non-oral hearing on the issue of the return of premiums set for 12-11-12 at 8 AM. Parties have until 11-30-12 to file brief/memorandum regarding issues. Darrell L. Clark vs. Grange Mutual Casualty Company, entry and order granting summary judgment in favor of defendant Grange Mutual Casualty Company filed. Travelers Indemnity Company vs. Clayton Railroad Construction, agreed judgment entry filed. It is ordered that judgment is granted in favor of the plaintiff against the defendant. Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Ken C. Rase, entry correcting distribution filed. Capital One Bank USA NA vs. David B. Taylor, judgment entry filed. Judgment in favor of plaintiff. Brian K. Powell vs. Roger Joe Ward, entry filed. Defendant admits certain statements to be true regarding employer and owner of trucking company. Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Joseph Fleshman Jr., order vacating judgment and dismissing case filed. Defendant reinstated the loan, cost to be paid within 30 days. LVNV Funding LLC vs. Kathy Rose, Pay in order filed. Money obtained to be paid out to attorney for plaintiff. Bank of America NA, successor vs. Darrell Easterling, entry cancelling sheriff’s sale filed. Cost to be paid in 30 days. Christopher P. Harover vs. David W. Paul, entry of summary judgment filed. It is ordered that plaintiffs are granted a judgment reforming the deed. Capital One Bank USA NA vs. David A. Pollard, journal entry filed. Judgment in favor of plaintiff. CRIMINAL DIVISION State of Ohio vs. Elizabeth Michael, journal entry filed. Motion for judicial release is denied. State of Ohio vs. Robert Bennington, journal entry filed. Court reporter to prepare transcript of hearing on 8-21-12 only. Defendant to complete a financial disclosure form and file within 10 days. State of Ohio vs. Marvin Setty, community control termination filed. It is ordered that defendant is restored to civil rights. State of Ohio vs. Carlie Zornes, judgment entry filed. Defendant is eligible for judicial release defendant is sentenced to 2 years community control, 120 hours community services, $1000 fine, treatment with the counseling center. State of Ohio vs. Anita Duffy , community control termination filed. It is ordered that defendant is restored to civil rights. State of Ohio vs. Donald Hill, judgment entry on revocation of community control filed. Defendant found to be in violation of community control. Sentenced to 3 years prison, credit for 237 days. Pay cost, submit to DNA testing. State of Ohio vs. Cheyenne Jones, judgment entry on sentence filed. Defendant’s community control revoked 8-22-12, placed on 2 years community control, 120 additional hours community service, $500 Fine, shall successfully complete counseling center treatment plan, jail time 12-26-12 through 1-213, 9 AM pay cost, submit to DNA testing. State of Ohio vs. Angelo B. Kennedy, journal entry on arraignment filed. Bond set at $15,000 cash/surety/10% plus conditions. $60 IDSF due within 60 days and $25 indigent application fee due within 7 days. State of Ohio vs. Angelo B. Kennedy, journal entry – order assigning counsel filed. C Nicholas Ring appointed as counsel. State of Ohio vs. Marty Dotson, judgment entry on sentence filed. Defendant found guilty by jury – trafficking in cocaine, F5. Sentenced to nine month prison, credit for 33 days, pay fine of $60 and driving privileges suspended for 1 year commencing 8-1-13. Pay cost, submit to DNA testing. State of Ohio vs. Timothy Dykes, motion entry and certification for appointed counsel fees filed. State of Ohio vs. Amanda Hedrick, judgment entry on sentence filed. Defendant convicted of complicity to breaking and entering and 2 counts of complicity to grand theft. Placed on 3
years community control, 120 hours community service, pay restitution, obtain GED and employment. Pay cost, submit to DNA testing. State of Ohio vs. Franklin Fitzpatrick, judgment entry on sentence filed. Defendant sentenced to 2 years community control; 80 community service; $1000 Fine, treatment: Jail from 12-26-12 through 1-2-13 unless 20 years community service completed, 6 months license suspension; forfeiture of 32 cal. Firearm. State of Ohio vs. Thomas Cook, plea of guilty, judgment entry of guilty filed. Defendant plead guilty to possession of cocaine and possession of heroin, court accepts plea and is ordered filed. Sentencing set for 11-19-12 at 10:30 AM. State of Ohio vs. Brian Long, judgment entry filed. It is ordered that case no 20110116 and case no 20120117 be consolidated so that these matters may be tried simultaneously. State of Ohio vs. Brian Long, journal entry filed. Defendant’s bond is modified to $50,000 OR. State of Ohio vs. Brian Long, journal entry filed. Change of plea is scheduled for 1-10-13 at 1:15 PM and sentencing on 1-39-13 at 8 AM. State of Ohio vs. Heather Snider, plea of guilty, judgment entry of guilty filed. Defendant plead guilty to 2 counts of burglary, court accepts plea and is ordered filed. Sentencing set for 12-11-12 at 1 PM. State of Ohio vs. Kimberly S. Rader, journal entry filed. Change of plea is scheduled for 12-19-12 at 9:30 AM and sentencing is scheduled for 1-9-13 at 8:30 AM. State of Ohio vs. Rebecca Burton, journal entry filed. Motion to suppress will be held on 3-13-13 at 2 PM final pre-trial on 4-3-13 at 1 PM and jury trial on 4-22 & 4-23-13 at 9 AM motion to suppress tolls statutory time requirements. State of Ohio vs. Ben Blizzard, journal entry filed. The court finds the issue of competency must be determined prior to setting a hearing on motion to suppress. The current dates for the final pre-trial and trial are vacated. State of Ohio vs. Taleah Bradford, plea of guilty, judgment entry of guilty filed. Defendant plead guilty to illegal assembly, F3. Court accepts plea and is ordered filed. Sentencing set for 12-11-12 at 1:30 PM. State of Ohio vs. Darrell Combs, journal entry filed. Pretrial is rescheduled for 12-3-12 at 12:45 PM. Defendant is ordered to appear. State of Ohio vs. Darrell Combs, pre-trial order filed. Final pre-trial on 2-27-13 at 1:30 PM and jury trial on 3-25-13 & 3-26-13 at 9 AM. State of Ohio vs. Shannon Stamper, pre-trial order filed. Final pre-trial on 12-13-12 at 8:30 AM and jury trial on 1-3-13 & 1-4-13 at 9 AM. State of Ohio vs. Chelsea Black, journal entry on arraignment filed. Bond set at $15,000 cash/surety/10% plus conditions. $60 IDSF due within 60 days and $25 indigent application fee due within 7 days. State of Ohio vs. Chelsea Black, journal entry – order assigning counsel filed. Lisa Rothwell appointed as counsel. State of Ohio vs. Scott Gilliam, journal entry on arraignment filed. Bond set at $20,000 cash/surety, plus conditions. $60 IDSF due within 60 days and $25 indigent application fee due within 7 days. State of Ohio vs. Scott Gilliam, journal entry – order assigning counsel filed. Richard Campbell appointed as counsel. State of Ohio vs. Dustin s. King, entry filed. Counsel is permitted to withdraw. Court appoints C Nicholas Ring. State of Ohio vs. Dustin S. King, pre-trial order filed. Final pre-trial on 12-18-12 at 1:30 PM and jury trial on 1-7-13 & 1-8-13 at 9 AM. State of Ohio vs. Core Bowens, pre-trial order filed. Final pre-trial on 12-19-12 at 2:30 PM and jury tirla on 1-7 & 1-8-13 at 9 AM. State of Ohio vs. Corey Bowens, journal entry filed. Bond modified to $15,000 OR. State of Ohio vs. Joshua Corrill, pre-trial order filed. Final pre-trial on 12-19-12 at 3 PM and jury trial on 1-7 & 1-8-13 at 9 AM. State of Ohio vs. Joshua Corrill, journal entry filed. Defendant’s bond is modified to $15,000 OR. State of Ohio vs. Tyler Hawes, pre-trial order filed. Final pre-trial on 12-18-12 at 1 PM and jury trial on 1-10 & 111-13 at 9 AM. State of Ohio vs. Tyler Hawes, Journal entry filed. Defendant’s counsel filed a motion to continue pre-trial on this day, court will issue a pretrial scheduling order, for this reason, court is not continuing hearing.
State of Ohio vs. Cynthia Abbott, Journal entry on arraignment filed. Bond set at $30,000 OR, plus conditions. $60 IDSF due within 60 days and $25 indigent application fee due within 7 days. State of Ohio vs. Cynthia Abbott, journal entry – order assigning counsel filed. Sarah Shelton appointed as counsel. State of Ohio vs. Joseph Benjamin, journal entry on arraignment filed. Bond set at $15,000 OR plus conditions. $60 IDSF due within 60 days and $25 indigent application fee due within 7 days. State of Ohio vs. Larry Merritt, journal entry on arraignment filed. Bond set at $15,000 OR plus conditions $60 IDSF due within 60 days and $25 indigent application fee due within 7 days. State of Ohio vs. Larry Merritt, journal entry – order assigning counsel filed. Richard Campbell appointed as counsel. DOMESTIC CASES Gary L. Abbott vs. Arlene T. Abbott, divorce without children. DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION Barbara M. Satterfield vs. Richard C. Satterfield, notice of hearing and order to appear filed. Hearing on failure to pay support set for 1-3-13 at 9:30 AM. Jonathan L. Tong vs. Alysia Tong, notice of hearing and order to appear filed. Hearing on failure to pay support set for 1-3-13 at 12:15 PM. Rick King vs. Melinda King, magistrate’s order filed. Defendant’s pro set motion is scheduled for 1-25-13 at 1 PM. State of Florida Ex Rel vs. Christopher Fullington, notice of hearing and order to appear filed. Hearing on failure to pay support set for 1-3-13 at 8:30 PM. Joyce Ann Furnish vs. Rodney Foster Furnish, nunc pro tunc decree of dissolution filed. Original decree omitted the OR book and page number with legal description of property. Logan McIntosh vs. Renee McIntosh, judgment entry filed. The hearing scheduled for 2-513 is rescheduled for 2-12-13 at 9 AM. Kristi Graham vs. James Graham, order to appear filed. The defendant is ordered to appear on 1-28-13 at 1 PM. Jeffrey D. Pendell vs. Elizabeth J. Pendell, magistrate’s order filed. As temporary orders the parties reached an agreement on exclusive occupancy of the marital home and child support. No spousal support is ordered at this time. State of Pennsylvania vs. Jackie Solis, magistrate’s decision and judgment entry filed. Child support order. Stephanie R. Isaac vs. Matthew Dwayne Isaac, magistrate’s decision filed. Marriage dissolved. Stephanie R. Isaac vs. Matthew Dwayne Isaac, judgment entry and decree of divorce filed. Marriage dissolved. Deanna Yates vs. Randy Lee Yates, magistrate’s decision filed. Marriage dissolved. Deanna Yates vs. Randy Lee Yates, judgment entry and decree of divorce filed. Patricia L. Shoemaker vs. Billie J. Shoemaker, magistrate’s decision filed. Marriage dissolved. Patricia L. Shoemaker vs. Billie J. Shoemaker, judgment entry and decree of divorce filed. Marriage dissolved. Brenda L. Johnson vs. Michael Morris, magistrate’s decision filed. Marriage dissolved. Brenda L. Johnson vs. Michael Morris, judgment entry and decree of divorce filed. Marriage dissolved. Teresa Gloff vs. William Gloff Jr., magistrate’s order filed. Matter continued today to 1-1613 at 11 AM. Chester Fields vs. Mary Fields, temporary mutual restraining order filed. Both parties are restrained.
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Criminal/Traffic Joshua D. Thoroughman, Friendship, Failure to Display, Fine $25, Court Costs $120. Upsana Tripathi, Cincinnati, 84/60, Fine $150, Court Costs $74. Dustin M. Taylor, West Union, 66/55, Fine $22, Court Costs $74. Marty L. Anderson, Peebles, Failure to Control, Fine $15, Court Costs $74. Alta Calvert, West Union, Failure to Control, Fine $15, Court Costs $74. Taylor A. Hensley, Cincinnati, 75/60, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Mary K. Fox, Waynesboro VA, Failure to Stop at Stop Sign, Fine $15, Court Costs $74. Aaron Hall, Winchester, Disorderly while Intoxicated, Fine $100, Court Costs $64. Michael P. Wilson, West Union, Disorderly conduct, Fine $100, Court Costs $345.80. James B. Weisner, West Union, Per. Disorderly, Fine $250, Court Costs $132, $150 Suspended, Jail 30 Days, 30 Days Suspended, 1 year of community control, no contact with Ashley Crawford other than to facilitate visitation with the child. Gary Lunsford II, West Union, Unlawful sex with a minor, bound over to the grand jury, Bond: $100,000 cash/surety. Jami A. Green, Peebles, Illegal Assembly, bound over to the grand jury, Bond: $100,000 cash/surety. Michael T. Burke, Manchester, Seat Belt DR, Fine $30, Court Costs $45. Tanya D. Collins, Huntington WV, 71/60, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Donnison L. Evans, Winchester, OVI 2nd, Fine $525, Court Costs $80, Jail 180 Days, 170 Days Suspended, restricted license plate. Donnison L. Evans, Winchester, Failure to Control, Dismissed. Donnison L. Evans, Winchester, Seat Belt DR, Dismissed. Michael D. Baker, West Union, Seat Belt DR, Fine $30, Court Costs $45. Michael D. Baker, West Union, 74/55, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Jeffrey C. Minton, Seaman, Failure to Control, Dismissed. Joey D. Yates, Manchester, 70/55, Fine $22, Court Costs
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Chelsea D. Young, Blue Creek, Failure to Control, Dismissed. David W. Rivers II, Otway, 78/60, Fine $100, Court Costs $74. Marlena Bowen, Manchester, Failure to Control, Fine $15, Court Costs $74. Paul A. Teriaca, Lawrenceburg IN, Failure to Stop at Stop Sign, Fine $15, Court Costs $149. Allison M. Garner, Batavia, 80/60, Fine $100, Court Costs $149. Steven P. Morehead, Brookville IN, 75/60, Fine $42, Court costs $74. Kurt M. Shoemaker, Cincinnat, 75/60, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Craig J. Burke, Cincinnati, 75/60, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Patrick C. Helmes, Cincinnati, 76/60, Fine $100, Court Costs $74. Cindy Caudill, Youngstown, 80/60, Fine $100, Court costs $74. John C. Wheeler, Hamilton, 74/60, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Mimi A. Combs, Dayton, Parking on Public Highway, Fine $25, Court Costs $45. Derrick R. Davis, West Union, Seat Belt DR, Fine $30, Court Costs $45. Shawn N. McFarland, West Union, Improper Passing, Dismissed. Salvador M. Torres, Seaman, Failure to Control, Fine $15, Court Costs $74. Delores A. Tolle, Peebles, 74/55, Fine $42, Court Costs $74. Jason E. Montgomery, West Union, ACDA, Fine $15, Court Costs $74. Billy J. Brewer, Maysville KY, 65/55, Fine $22, Court Costs $59. Roger L. Cook, Hamersville, Burglary, Dismissed. Lauren L. Randall, Plain City, 73/60, Fine $42, Court
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SHL Girls Preview
North Adams Volleyball S.H.L. Division 1 COChampions 9-4 Front Row (L/R): Allyson Campton, Lindsey Baker and Coach Katie Ragan. Back Row: Kayla Baker, Abby Louden, Rylee Copas and Brittany Stout.
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Pictured is 44 Bayley Wallace, Peebles Lady Indians.
Photos by Macy Staggs
S.H.L. Division I West Union Volleyball CO-Champion 9-4 Front Row (L/R): Ceirra Thatcher, Logan Mason, Taylor Martin and Emily McCarty. Back Row: Coach McClanahan, Josie Grooms, Christina Shelton, Lindsey Mueller and Jenna Knauff, Absent from photo Hannah Baldwin and Bethany Humphrey.
West Union Boys Cross Country
West Union Boys Cross Country Team S.H.L. 2nd Place Front Row (L/R): Trenton Price, Tim Snider and Billy Brannock. Back Row: Asst. Coach Jason Tadlock, Brady Hinkle, Josh Grooms, Jakeb Tadlock. Absent from the photo Coach Ty Stepheens.
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Regional Qualifier, District Champions and S.H.L. Champions 7-0 Front Row (L/R): Spencer Kelley, Stone Crothers, Jonathon Pryor and Anthony Seaman. Second Row: Jacob Vaughn, Zach Jones, Jack Chalker and Dakota Evans. Third RowvClay Brown, Tyler Gray, Clark Keidel and Adam Harris. Fourth Row: Coach Gus Denzik, Caleb Denzik, Jacob Gross and Brannan Sims.
Moore Defeats Walls 5-3 First Senior League Title Wins 9 Hole playoff to decide title Jim Moore of Seaman defeated Jim Walls of Peebles in a playoff, to break the tie for the first annual Senior League Title at the Adams County Country Club- marking the final event of the season. Moore took a quick advantage winning the first 2 holes. Walls had opportunities to get even but missed 5 foot putts at 3 and 4 that would have evened the match. Walls did pull within 1 when he birdied the par 4, 5th hole, but gave it back with a bogey on #7. Facing elimination, and needing to win the final 2 holes, Walls sank a 13 foot birdie for a 2 on #8, but Moore was not to be denied, as he calmly drained his 10 foot putt for a 2, to halve the hole and finish the match.
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10 - Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - The Informer
Delinquent Vacant Land by Certified Delinquent Year ADAMS Current Tax Year 2012 Certified Tax Year 2010 The delinquent vacant lands, returned delinquent by the county treasurer of Adams County, with the taxes, assessments, interest and penalties charged against them according to law and remaining delinquent for one year, are contained and described in the following list: Property Number/Owner/AMOUNT BRATTON 041-30-01-029.000, COLE DONALD, 197.34 002-00-00-003.003, GOTHAM JASON, 1958.3 014-00-00-027.000, J V D S & S PARTNERSHIP, 290.51 029-00-00-063.000, JOHNSON STEVE H &/OR DENISE, 53.09 016-00-00-074.000, KINGSOLVER WAYNE E & JAMES, 322.96 026-00-00-002.000, MCCANN DAVID, 317.34 041-30-01-003.000, NEUMANN JEAN A & GREGORY W, 142.39 041-30-01-002.000, NEUMANN JEAN A & GREGORY W, 142.39 040-00-00-060.005, NEWMAN TERRY D, 34.19 016-00-00-097.000, OWEN JOHN &/OR ANN, 82.89 016-00-00-098.000, OWEN JOHN R & ANN H, 1295.28 040-00-00-039.003, SCHMIDL JAMIE A &/OR PAUL, 798.47 029-00-00-062.004, SMITH DAVID R, 469.94 039-00-00-020.000, TOLLE MORGAN DALE & MERRY, 169.17 027-00-00-002.013, WALTERS WILLIAM D ETAL, 287.09 BRUSH CREEK 108-00-00-004.001, WERT JEFFREY S, 126.31 017-00-00-049.000, CADWALLADER CAROL, 159.51 029-00-00-013.001, GARRETT JERRY L & KRISTINA, 131.76 005-00-00-011.000, HUMPHREY MARIAH, 490.15 029-00-00-013.003, OWEN JOHN R &/OR ANN H, 278.05 197-00-00-023.000, BARNETT BRADLEY A, 334.14 GREEN-MANCHESTER 175-20-01-012.000, LEWIS LONNIE W &/OR MABEL, 69.67 197-00-00-001.000, STOOKEY JAY A ROE GREGORY & HUFFMAN ALA, 534.66 178-00-00-020.000, WALTON RICHARD E,
119.85 175-20-01-014.000, WOLLUM DALE, 119.85 175-20-01-013.000, WOLLUM DALE, 89.22 GREEN-ROME 187-42-02-029.000, MCGOVNEY RODNEY & MICHAEL & FITZSPATRICK MIKKIE, 341.63 187-42-07-003.000, RALSTON VICTOR JR &MARION & GOODMAN SUSAN, 128.04 GREEN, OHIO VALLEY LOCAL SCHOOL DIST. 161-40-01-023.000, MALLOY LAWRENCE S &/OR DAWN, 117 161-40-01-026.000, MALLOY LAWRENCE S &/OR DAWN, 117 JEFFERSON 152-00-00-019.000, ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL SERVICE, 169.73 152-00-00-051.000, AYERS HANSFORD ELLSWORTH III, 719.51 152-00-00-044.000, COOPER JEFFREY D, 462.38 165-00-00-062.000, COPE LINDA, 421.89 123-00-00-012.000, MANSFIELD GEOFFREY L &/OR BARBARA J, 803.00 LIBERTY 088-00-00-022.005, CULVER CHANDRA KIRKER &/OR GEORGE, 104.75 115-00-00-055.003, DAY CARLENE, 247.89 113-00-00-009.000, WILSON SCOTT L &/OR JODY A, 1538.61 MANCHESTER, CORP 171-41-05-014.000, MITCHELL RALPH, 110.87 171-31-07-001.000, MURRAY MILES G, 160.72 171-32-18-005.000, SPIRES THOMAS &/OR DAPHNE, 106.72 171-32-18-006.000, SPIRES THOMAS &/OR DAPHNE, 110.87 MEIGS 092-00-00-122.001, BREEDEN FRED E &/OR DELORIS Y, 112.99 040-00-00-061.001, NEWMAN TERRY D, 13.71 066-40-00-018.801, OSBORNE DARRYL K, 48.06 040-00-00-038.011, SCHMIDL JAMIE A &/OR PAUL, 927.16 055-00-00-071.002, SHIVELEY RANDY &/OR TERESA, 201.57 066-40-00-016.000, STRATTON THOMAS, 35.48
066-40-00-017.000, STRATTON THOMAS, 35.48 039-00-00-025.000, TOLLE MORGAN DALE &/OR MERRY KAY, 57.47 083-00-00-043.000, WEAVER ILENE, 898.12 053-00-00-003.000, WORKMAN ELMER L &/OR RONNIE G, 333.65 055-14-13-029.000, BENNINGTON JOE, 504.9 MONROE, OHIO VALLEY LOCAL SCHOOL DIST. 160-00-00-025.000, BROWN PHILIP &/OR LEANN, 200.17 MONROE-MANCHESTER 144-00-00-037.001, STRICKLAND PATRICIA S &/OR ROBERT M, 57.23 145-00-00-016.009, THOMPSON SUSAN JENNIFER EUB, 851.33 OLIVER 092-00-00-116.001, GARDNER ANGELA, 233.62 091-00-00-066.000, HILL JERRY L & WEIMER CAROLYN S, 532.47
&/OR CARLA, 122.07 183-00-00-065.005, WRIGHT WILBER &/OR DONNA, 43.27 TIFFIN 130-00-00-038.000, COHN ROGER D &/OR JOYCE A, 241.77 116-00-00-053.011, COLVIN JAMIE M, 138.76 118-00-00-040.004, LEWIS LONNIE W &/OR MABEL, 216.64 118-00-00-040.003, LEWIS LONNIE W &/OR MABEL, 13.41 102-00-00-089.005, NEHUS JEFFREY, 217.92 TIFFIN-WEST UNION 117-34-02-006.001, BALL RANDY &/OR REBECCA, 172.34 117-41-04-003.000, BROWN WILLIAM C & JUDITH ANN, 144.78 130-00-00-033.005, GENERAL LAND DEVELOPEMENT, 1313.22 117-34-14-001.000, MOORE RONALD DALE % DONNA MOORE, 284.58
SCOTT 050-40-02-006.000, GILPIN FREDDIE D &/OR ALEJANDRINA, 222.41 025-00-00-023.001, KLIESCH SCOTT M, 1433.14 011-00-00-027.012, PUCKETT JASON &/OR LINDA, 1172.8 036-00-00-003.000, SIGMUND DUANE &/OR JOAN COLLETTE, 12.88 050-23-02-005.004, SIMMONS JACQUELINE, 28.57
WAYNE 087-00-00-013.000, NIXON JAMES RICHARD &/OR PAULETTA JEAN, 568 075-00-00-028.003, PERSCH LARRY &/OR DONNA C, 80.94 075-00-00-028.001, PERSCH LARRY &/OR DONNA C, 95.6 075-00-00-028.000, PERSCH LARRY &/OR DONNA, 159.11 087-10-03-002.000, SCHUMACHER SHARI, 51.65 087-10-04-007.000, ZIMMERMAN LORA &/OR MICHAEL, 253.08
SPRIGG-MANCHESTER 169-00-00-028.000, ARNOLD DAVID &/OR DIANE, 20.15 143-00-00-063.000, BOLENDER AMY M, 196.74 184-00-00-019.002, BROWN VERNON, 52.38 170-00-00-009.007, J D D & B PARTNERSHIP, 275.26 169-00-00-069.000, MAYS CANDY LYNN, 190.6 192-00-00-002.000, MOLONEY LUCY CLAY & RICE SUSAN, 675.93, MOLONY ETAL 142-00-00-028.002, SHOOT SARA LORRAINE, 366.42 171-00-00-042.016, SOUTHWEST OHIO PARTNERSHIP, 393.42 156-00-00-022.001, TAYLOR BRIAN &/OR TANGELA, 272.41 143-00-00-062.000, THOMAS ROBERT
WINCHESTER 010-00-00-008.000, BINGAMAN JOSEPH S &/OR MOLLY L, 479.9 061-00-00-005.001, POWNALL ROBBIE A, 765.8 060-00-00-016.009, SHATTUCK ALAN J &/OR STEPHANIE L, 827.42 062-00-00-029.003, SMITH NANCY A, 389.8 Notice is hereby given that these delinquent vacant lands will be certified for foreclosure or foreclosure and forfeiture by the county auditor pursuant to law unless the whole of the delinquent taxes, assessments, interest, and penalties are paid within twenty days after the final publication of this notice. The names of persons who have entered into a written delinquent tax contract with the county treasurer to discharge the delinquency are designated by an asterisk or have been stricken from the list.
Manufactured Home Delinquent List ADAMS 2012 Pay 2012 The manufactured homes returned delinquent by the county treasurer of Adams County, with the taxes, interest and penalties, charged against them agreeably to law, are contained and described in the following list: Property number/Owner Name/Amount A01 - BRATTON TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 1431, RAINES WILLIAM ROBERT &/OR WILLIAM W, 326.83 5023, SMART LARRY L, 218.31 5043, HENDERSON CHESTER A, 11.63 5377, PAYNE CARL L, 11.63 5640, MCCLEESE THOMAS A, 150.05 B03 - BRUSH CREEK TWP-OH VALLEY LSD 794, GROOMS KELLY W, 57.48 1126, CIVITELLO MICHELLE, 133.81 2175, TAYLOR CHARLES, 41.58 2348, FANNIN DEAN, 84.68 2931, FROST TIM &/OR DELLA, 134.15 3125, TAYLOR CHARLES R, 41.58 3468, STEPHENSON BETTY, 16.00 3822, WILSON MELISSA, 41.58 C04 - FRANKLIN TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 3827, WILSON BRIAN J, 10.92 3841, LAMB SHARON, 41.66 4070, FUSON CHRISTOPHER D FUSON PETER K, 64.3 4118, THOMPSON GEORGE, 32.91 5027, BALL DEBORAH J, 15.31 5393, HOWLAND LINDA, 21.76 5409, VEST FREDERICK E, 338.57 5756, THOMPSON GEORGE, 10.21 5838, MCGOWEN MALISSA & LEONARD, 134.71 5869, MCINTOSH CHEYENNE J &/OR MARIAH R, 30.64 D05 - GREEN TWP-MANCHESTER LSD 312, BROWN GARY E & MARY C, 10.76 3221, BLEVINS DAVID &/OR JULIA M, 187.11 5710, HOLSINGER PATRICIA, 16.78 D06 - GREEN TWP-ROME CORP 340, HAMILTON FARRAH, 17.37 2317, FROST KELLY &/OR FRANCIS ALICIA, 155.58 D31 - GREEN TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 931, CLIFT LAWRENCE D &/OR PATRICIA P, 41.58 2336, RATLIFF CATHERINE, 41.58 2585, CLIFT LAWRENCE, 41.58 2949, SELF DALE ERVIN GEORGE, 41.58
3128, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 3346, CLIFT PATRICIA P, 41.58 E07 - JEFFERSON TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 20, MORAN DEBORAH, 193.73 32, REED TIMMY L &/OR JUANITA L, 153.15 381, CHAMBLIN RANDY, 41.58 445, DISS RAYMOND E, 18.17 2751, DISS RAYMOND, 22.81 5054, MOORE JULIE M, 14.92 5142, THATCHER ROGER &/OR SERGENT REBECCA, 346.06 5571, AMES JOHN S JR, 115.92 5603, WATKINS ROBERT &/OR GOODAN MARGARET A, 18.17 5827, HOBBS TOMMY JR &/OR SHELIA, 214.16 5871, GRAVELY CHARLES, 121.94 F08 - LIBERTY TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 3620, GALLETY JOHN R &/OR JONES OLETTA F, 24.92 3637, HAYSLIP ANGEL E, 113.85 5079, CRASE D BRUCE II, 19.23 5631, MCCLANAHAN TROY, 19.23 5646, WALLACE BEVERLY, 119.94 5886, SIZEMORE DREW D & HEATHER, 508.41 5895, POLLEY KELLY B, 104.2 G11 - MANCHESTER TWP - MANCHESTER CORP 603, ISHMAEL TERRY, 37.11 607, PRATER RUTH, 41.58 2572, ROWLAND DAVID K, 13.88 3097, LEWIS ALEXANDRA N, 34.69 3222, PENNY GREGORY S &/OR KIM, 123.49 3696, THOMPSON JANICE M &/OR JI, 111.33 3960, YOUNG MARLYN W, 22.81 H12 - MEIGS TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 986, ELDRIDGE ROSE M, 19.8 1906, BROWN LINDA S & ROBERT T, 14.04 2461, TOLLE MARY R, 10.55 3200, SCHMIDL PAUL J, 68.28 4162, OSBORNE DAVID S, 199.12 4205, CHADWICK JAMES F, 11.78 4319, NIGH THOMAS E & LINDA S, 146.05 5475, HORSLEY ALLEN C/O DANA PALOMINO, 16.4 5528, WATKINS BARRY, 14.74 5626, GORMAN EARL R &/OR KATHY A, 33.18 5752, TOLLE JEANIE, 226.72
5816, CAMPBELL DEBORAH C, 164.99 5866, SMALLEY STEVE, 427.29 H13 - MEIGS TWP-PEEBLES CORP 1006, SMITH JAMES, 13.61 1010, ANDERSON LAURA L, 41.58 1037, ESTEP MICHAEL D &/OR LINDA D, 51.05 1068, ANDERSON LAURA, 41.58 1069, SMITH JAMES K, 17.41 1390, SMITH JAMES K, 15.27 3407, SMITH JAMES K, 17.41 4196, SMITH JAMES K, 26.72 4206, SMITH JAMES K, 41.96 5139, SMITH JAMES K, 55.61
41.58 2432, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 39.21 4093, WILLIS CHRISTOPHER D &/OR MARLENE L, 182.12 5045, WISECUP TROY & WANDA, 193.58 5100, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 140.37 5483, HAIRE LINDA ETAL, 104.58 5484, HAIRE LINDA ETAL, 99.57 5790, BRODT DAWN &/ OR BYRON, 134.84
J15 - OLIVER TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 818, SLUSHER LORA L, 16.92 1188, VANS MARCIA J, 10.86 3589, HUMPHREY FLORENCE R &/OR DANIEL, 148.13 4348, RUGGLES CATHY, 41.27
M21 - TIFFIN TWP-WEST UNION CORP 1783, JORDAN DAVY RICHARD & OSA, 41.58 1784, JORDAN DAVY RICHARD & OSA, 41.58 1791, FRAZIER THELMA L &/OR SHEPARD RICK, 147.57 1842, SHAFFER BERNICE, 112.86 1852, RILEY ELSIE, 41.58 3355, YORK BLANCHE, 81.02 3622, COOPER DELORES, 48.59 3707, GOODWIN RAYMOND, 41.58 3828, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 15.19 4169, GROOMS TINA M, 21.25 4282, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 224.68 5371, ROBISON VALARIE E, 15.19 5788, BREWER MARK & SHEILA, 32.11
K16 - SCOTT TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 2239, TUMEY SHERRY, 10.94 5684, MAXWELL LOFTY &/OR DIANA, 3,454.52 5758, MEFFORD VERNON E, 14.62
N22 - WAYNE TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 2042, BAKER DARIN, 32.37 5669, WHALEN DARRYL C, 685.23 5893, CHAPMAN SCOTT & REBECCA, 94.84
K18 - SCOTT TWP-SEAMAN CORP 3290, HUGHES DAVID W, 103.89 3959, WALLACE BRANDON C/O SHAWN POINTER, 25.59 5782, GULLETTE WINNIE S, 512.21
O24 - WINCHESTER TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 34, ALEXANDER BRANDON, 22.28 5846, STAMPER TROY E III, 11.3
I14 - MONROE TWP-MANCHESTER LSD 3674, COBB DAVID J &/OR EVANS THELMA L, 219.68 3711, HUGHES CHARLES O, 231.04 5209, KINGSOLVER DEDRICK, 12.16 5757, BROWN JAMES C, 37.49 I34 - MONROE TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 5873, KING CAROLYN A, 84.8
L19 - SPRIGG TWP-MANCHESTER LSD 2998, JOHNSON CHRISTINE L, 11.32 3372, WILBUR SUSAN LORI, 13.82 M20 - TIFFIN TWP-OHIO VALLEY LSD 546, JORDAN PAMELA, 20.25 568, SMITH DAVID, 101.54 1474, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 458.2 1483, CHAMBERS WILLIAM A &/OR JAMIE, 15.06 1625, SHUPERT CATHERINE & JERRY,
O25 - WINCHESTER TWP-WINCHESTER CORP 3309, RICKETT KENNY L, 107.94 Notice is hereby given that these delinquent manufactured homes will be certified for foreclosure and forfeiture by the county auditor pursuant to law unless the whole of the delinquent taxes, interest, and penalties are paid within one year after the final publication of this notice. The names of persons who have entered into a written delinquent tax contract with the county treasurer to discharge the delinquency are designated by an asterisk or have been stricken from the list.
Real Estate Delinquent List ADAMS 2011 Pay 2012 BRATTON 004-00-00-012.000, MCCLEESE THOMAS A, 177.58 003-00-00-007.000, HALL MARY, 357.43 004-00-00-022.000, PAYNE CARL L &/OR MARCIA L, 137.17 013-00-00-008.005, SMART LARRY L, 211.39 014-00-00-011.004, SHAFFER JEFF & SARAH & BEAR RAY A, 69.38 014-00-00-025.000, GRAY BOBBY L &/OR JACQUELINE N, 1631.47 015-00-00-008.001, HOOD DAVID &/OR EUDENE, 71.46 RAE PROPERTIES LLC 015-00-00-034.001, KNOECHELMAN ANTHONY, 1542.78 015-00-00-036.000, HEDGER THOMAS E, 48.49 015-00-00-038.000, SMALLEY REGINA M, 1639.66 015-00-00-050.000, BUTLER PAULINE, 88.83 015-00-00-081.000, BENTLEY LULLA, 172.90
016-00-00-004.000, HARMEYER DOUGLAS M, 295.89 016-00-00-005.000, HARMEYER DOUGLAS M, 102.52 016-00-00-006.000, SPENCER WILLIAM E, 184.97 016-00-00-056.000, FLAIG CHRISTOPHER R TRUSTEE, 429.37 016-00-00-066.001, HOPKINS TAMMY M, 19.13 027-00-00-002.009, RAINES WILLIAM ROBERT & WILLIAM W, 234.87 027-00-00-002.016, DELONG RANDY &/OR KIMBERLY, 875.62 027-00-00-028.000, HODSON ELAINE &/OR STEVE, 578.53 027-00-00-028.001, JOHNSON ROY E &/OR VIRGINIA R, 836.68 027-00-00-050.000, DISHER ROBERT E &/OR JANICE M, 646.63 027-00-00-055.000, BARLETT CRAIG O SR, 1331.99 028-00-00-020.001, JAMES CHRISTOPHER D &/OR HALL HEATHER J, 67.69
028-00-00-021.000, JAMES CHRISTOPHER D &/OR HALL HEATHER J, 195.51 028-00-00-023.004, LEONARD RICHARD, 91.44 039-00-00-028.003, DAVIS CHARLES T &/OR MARY R, 219.87 039-00-00-028.007, J D & D PARTNERSHIP, 254.77 039-00-00-028.009, DAVIS CHARLES T &/OR MARY R, 263.51 040-00-00-039.000, BAUER BARBARA C &/OR THOMAS E, 613.15 041-00-00-012.001, PELFREY BARBARA E & BURNS JEREMY, 225.69 041-00-00-030.014, PERTUSET RALPH &/OR FONDA E, 62.77 041-00-00-081.000, KEATON JANEY L, 236.61 041-00-00-095.014, STORER KEVIN L &/OR MICHELE L, 874.21 041-40-07-003.000, NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP AND OUTREACH INC, 42.02 041-40-07-004.000, NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP AND OUTREACH INC, 85.34
042-00-00-018.007, GARDNER WILLIAM D, 213.19 BRUSH CREEK 094-00-00-058.002, CIVITELLO MICHELLE, 178.14 094-00-00-058.003, MCCORMICK RYAN &/OR CIVITELLO MICHELLE, 113.71 095-00-00-046.016, FLEGE THOMAS, 48.82 107-00-00-012.003, FROST DELLA MARIE, 109.20 107-00-00-019.002, HARIGEL EDDIE L, 119.22 107-00-00-027.000, YORK ROY, 879.71 107-00-00-034.002, MOORE JASON M &/OR STEPHANIE E, 537.19 107-00-00-036.001, MOORE ANGELA F &/OR ROBERT R, 462.20 108-00-00-011.000, HOLSINGER RICK D &/OR REGINA, 527.99 108-00-00-050.000, HERRMANN STEVEN T &/OR BRENDA A, 39.47 121-00-00-009.006, BERGER DONNA &/OR STEVE, 84.83
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Real Estate Delinquent List ADAMS 2011 Pay 2012 121-00-00-009.031, PARKER DAVID H, 79.21 121-00-00-009.032, PARKER DAVID H, 186.80 121-00-00-016.002, JOHNSON JEREMY &/OR PAULA, 692.94 121-00-00-025.000, COPAS DONNA, 259.45 121-00-00-046.000, JKS PROPERTY INVESTMENT LLC, 806.21 122-00-00-006.000, HACKWORTH SARA M, 255.74 122-00-00-006.001, HACKWORTH SARA M, 16.00 122-00-00-013.001, HURDLE FRANK, 151.05 134-00-00-013.000, FLEENOR JOHN & CAROLYN, 382.60 134-40-00-004.000, CHAMBLIN RICHARD R, 222.45 134-40-00-029.001, KOENIG CHARLES JASON, 30.39 134-40-00-048.000, KOENIG CHARLES JASON, 82.09 135-00-00-018.000, POLLARD ORVILLE & BETTY, 290.22 135-00-00-037.000, OZETA REGINA, 333.74 135-00-00-038.000, OZETA REGINA, 116.58 135-00-00-039.000, OZETA REGINA R, 149.42 135-00-00-041.000, FULTON DANIEL, 283.25 136-00-00-025.001, YOUNG JASON TRAE, 359.10 136-00-00-028.000, SHIVENER NEIL A ETAL &/OR ANGELA M, 1181.86 136-00-00-052.000, HACKWORTH BETTY, 53.36 136-00-00-052.800, HACKWORTH BETTY, 25.99 136-00-00-052.802, HACKWORTH BETTY, 16.61 136-00-00-052.803, HACKWORTH BETTY, 11.14 136-00-00-052.804, HACKWORTH BETTY, 10.35 149-00-00-015.005, GROOMS CARLA & ZACHARY, 209.77 149-00-00-020.000, KENNEDY DAVID &/OR MICHELLE R, 288.20 149-00-00-030.001, EVANS JOANN &/OR TROY, 337.85 149-00-00-030.002, BOX BRIAN &/OR JOELLE, 582.08 149-00-00-036.005, PORADA JEFFREY D, 208.53 149-00-00-052.001, OZETA REGINA, 27.51 150-00-00-010.000, EGNOR WALTER R &/OR CHERYL Y, 86.61 FRANKLIN 005-00-00-004.008, CLOVERLEAF PARTNERSHIP, 771.60 005-00-00-006.000, J D & D PARTNERSHIP, 176.27 005-00-00-006.009, J D & D PARTNERSHIP, 199.04 005-00-00-006.011, J D & D PARTNERSHIP, 101.03 005-00-00-014.000, DENNISON GARY WAYNE, 44.57 005-00-00-015.000, PIEKUTOWSKI ANDREW &/OR BARBARA, 42.28 006-00-00-015.001, MILLER JOHN M, 28.38 006-00-00-021.003, MILLER JOHN M, 124.24 006-00-00-021.006, MILLER JOHN M, 15.31 016-00-00-114.006, HANES JOHN T, 131.43 016-00-00-117.006, RAYBURN MICHAEL S &/OR MELANIE, 1404.08 017-00-00-002.001, MONTGOMERY TIMOTHY W &/OR DENISE M, 73.48 017-00-00-003.000, MONTGOMERY TIMOTHY M &/OR DENISE M, 402.86 017-00-00-006.002, WORKMAN JAMES E &/OR DOLLIE I, 400.42 017-00-00-008.000, ISAAC JAMES M ETAL, 935.61 018-00-00-012.002, COLLINS PAUL &/OR MELODY, 142.59 018-00-00-019.002, HEFFNER BRIAN, 616.96 019-00-00-002.802, MONTGOMERY ELAINE JEWEL, 395.85 029-00-00-044.002, DAVY LARRY &/OR NANCY, 310.99 030-00-00-047.001, BROWN BERNARD D &/OR MARY ELIZABETH, 1930.72 030-33-02-001.000, THOMPSON GEORGE W &/OR HOLLY A, 249.07 031-00-00-002.000, JOHNSON LINDA K, 145.30 031-00-00-024.000, LEHMANN IVEAGH M, 68.97 031-00-00-025.000, LEHMANN IVEAGH M, 323.99 031-00-00-033.001, WARNOCK LARRY, 309.92 042-00-00-021.000, CLICK LILLIAN L, 1027.96 043-00-00-026.000, HAIRE RANDALL &/OR LINDA, 420.75 044-00-00-023.000, MILLER ROBIN V SOWARDS, 410.28 044-00-00-030.005, MEADE BRIAN, 360.35 044-00-00-034.001, COX VICTOR A &/OR CHRISTINA M, 197.00 045-00-00-008.000, FOSTER TERRY L, 235.77 045-00-00-012.000, JONES MICHAEL J &/OR KARLA D, 949.18 045-00-00-013.023, RENO JAMES C &/OR JULIA A, 181.08 045-00-00-013.027, JORDAN DAVY R, 398.48 045-00-00-013.030, JONES KARLA, 425.58 GREEN-MANCHESTER 164-00-00-033.000, CATTELL ROBERTA, 46.87 175-20-01-005.000, LINK TERRY &/OR TERESA, 64.95 175-20-01-005.800, LINK TERRY &/OR TERESA, 42.17 175-20-01-017.000, KING JOHN MICHAEL COLLINS, 32.98 175-20-01-017.001, FILLMORE JOHN L, 446.72 178-00-00-013.001, BUBP JERRY L, 25.83 178-00-00-021.000, MCCALL C B &/OR DIANA, 58.35 178-00-00-041.005, LENNON WILLIAM F & BORDEAUX WILLIAM B ETAL, 46.87 180-00-00-006.000, SHEPPARD CHARLES &/OR KAREN C, 92.07 188-00-00-001.000, BUBP JERRY L, 1471.01 188-00-00-021.003, RICHMOND PEGGY J &/OR SOWARDS JOHN P, 175.50
190-00-00-003.000, HALE RODNEY THOMAS, 58.17 196-00-00-007.000, BOOTHBY JEFFREY B &/OR DEBRA A, 197.45 196-00-00-031.003, HARPER BRENT D &/OR MARY A, 1352.74 197-00-00-006.003, MCNUTT PENELOPE JUNE, 152.27 197-00-00-006.004, GRAY DAVID SR, 279.01 197-00-00-011.000, BLEVINS DAVID & JULIA, 113.13 197-00-00-013.000, GRAY DAVID, 39.17 197-00-00-019.000, MEDDLES FRANK E &/OR FINELLI DEBORAH L, 41.73 199-00-00-005.001, GIFFORD MYTRLE L, 98.08 200-00-00-022.002, WOLFE TEDDY J & BRENDA R, 554.25 GREEN, OHIO VALLEY LOCAL SCHOOL DIST. 161-40-01-001.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 1932.74 161-40-01-002.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 322.94 161-40-01-003.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 170.88 161-40-01-005.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 295.91 161-40-01-006.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 260.65 161-40-01-007.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-008.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-009.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-010.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-011.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 59.37 161-40-01-012.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 28.27 161-40-01-014.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 28.27 161-40-01-015.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 77.70 161-40-01-016.000, SCHNAPP JERRY P, 41.36 161-40-01-017.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-018.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-019.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-020.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-027.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 57.46 161-40-01-028.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 70.96 161-40-01-031.000, BLACK SCOTT &/OR SUE, 57.93 161-40-01-032.000, BLACK SCOTT &/OR SUE, 152.17 161-40-01-033.000, BLACK SCOTT &/OR SUE, 49.39 161-40-01-034.000, BLACK SCOTT &/OR SUE, 25.74 161-40-01-035.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 67.60 161-40-01-036.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 106.68 161-40-01-037.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 141.64 161-40-01-044.000, CLIFT DEBRA S &/OR LAWRENCE D JR, 235.08 161-40-01-047.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 679.01 161-40-01-048.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 81.10 161-40-01-054.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 81.10 161-40-01-055.000, HICKORY VALLEY LLC, 87.84 165-00-00-078.001, COOPER STEVEN L &/OR BETTINA M, 270.77 GREEN, ROME CORP 187-42-02-006.000, HODGE BILLY W &/OR VELTENA S, 87.88 187-42-02-019.000, WOLFE DARYL (LIFE EST) WOLFE LINDA & DAVID, 345.66 187-42-03-001.000, HOLSINGER RICK &/OR RHONDA J, 170.03 187-42-03-004.000, HOLSINGER RICK &/OR RHONDA, 163.83 187-42-07-004.000, JACKSON BARBARA, 444.62 JEFFERSON 110-00-00-002.000, WARREN MONTE &/OR MELINDA, 652.18 110-00-00-009.000, REED HELEN, 156.35 110-00-00-039.002, BOLDMAN BRIAN & KAREN, 185.91 110-00-00-039.003, BOLDMAN BRIAN & KAREN, 131.92 110-00-00-049.000, BROCK GEORGE &/OR MEYER KITTY, 55.00 124-00-00-028.000, HURKES BARTON JAMES, 331.12 124-00-00-029.000, WESTFALL BRENDA ETAL, 124.10 136-00-00-052.805, HACKWORTH BETTY, 44.11 136-00-00-052.807, HACKWORTH BETTY, 21.51 136-00-00-052.809, HACKWORTH BETTY, 95.10 136-00-00-052.810, HACKWORTH BETTY, 25.72 136-00-00-053.000, HACKWORTH JAMES & BETTY JO, 267.81 137-00-00-025.000 H A C K W O RT H JAMES K & BETTY & WILLIAM B & DORIS T, 20.17 137-00-00-045.000, BOLES PATRICK D &/OR ARNELL ROBIN MICHELL, 172.26 137-00-00-046.000, WILLIAMS DELMAR, 94.89 137-00-00-053.000, COTTLE CINDY, 282.11 138-00-00-034.000, JOHNSON ROY E &/OR VIRGINIA R, 370.58 138-00-00-042.000, DISS RAYMOND E &/OR JANICE M, 109.88 138-00-00-042.002, DISS RAYMOND E &/OR JANICE M, 313.32 150-00-00-011.000, EGNOR WALTER R &/OR CHERYL Y, 943.68 152-00-00-010.000, STRICKLETT KENNETH (TOD) &/OR TRESSIE, 401.02 152-00-00-053.000, HAMBLIN KEITH &/OR PAULA, 834.77 166-00-00-025.000, GREENWELL ANGELA LEE, 45.25
LIBERTY 087-00-00-028.001, KIMMERLY KAREN, 98.20 099-00-00-011.000, MOORE JOHNNY, 959.40 099-00-00-016.000, STANFIELD PATSY, 510.47 100-00-00-002.008, HAYSLIP TERRY R &/OR JULIE A, 270.73 100-00-00-015.001, FRANKLIN JOHN L &/OR PAMELA, 1015.41 100-00-00-015.002, DAVIS WILLIAM C &/OR THERESA, 295.22 101-00-00-003.000, CRASE DONALD &/OR DONALD BRUCE II, 98.35 101-00-00-004.000, CRASE JAMES W III & CRASE JAMES W III TRUSTEE, 644.91 101-00-00-004.001, CRASE JAMES W &/OR SANDY W, 941.92 101-00-00-074.000, HELMS SHAWN P, 385.37 113-00-00-014.000, HUMBLE TIMOTHY W &/OR MARGARET ANN, 264.61 114-00-00-007.000, BRUMLEY JOSEPH T, 535.60 114-00-00-024.001, HOGGE ANGELICA H, 417.32 114-00-00-048.000, MCKEE DONALD &/OR PAMELA J, 129.92 114-00-00-083.006, YATES JOHN PAUL, 260.70 114-00-00-083.014, YATES JOHN P &/OR DIANA M, 64.01 114-00-00-083.016, RIDDLE MARK A &/OR KIMBERLY A. 535.60 115-00-00-001.000, NEHUS LUVERNA &/OR JEFF, 822.34 115-00-00-008.000, BOLDMAN CLARENCE W &/OR JOYCE A, 425.71 115-00-00-070.000, MCCLANAHAN JAMES TROY, 1316.85 115-20-04-007.000, DICKENS RICHIE W, 1079.54 115-20-05-006.000, KAIRN STANLEY H, 511.79 115-20-05-027.000, LAND JAMES H & DAWN G, 329.27 115-20-07-011.019, HAYSLIP ANGEL E &/OR LLOYD, 66.32 115-20-07-011.032, SOUDER DAVID E, 1854.51 116-00-00-064.003, CONLEY JAMES, 910.22 127-00-00-005.000, HOGUE IRENE K, 139.33 127-00-00-034.000, POLLEY KELLY, 344.80 127-00-00-046.000, FLETCHER MARVIN & SHIRLEY & JOHN L III & KA, 373.67 128-00-00-006.000, THOMAS TINA A, 651.56 128-00-00-016.006, FERN VALLEY PARTNERSHIP, 73.19 128-00-00-033.000, BACK STEVEN E &/OR TAMMY J, 12.16 128-00-00-034.000, BACK STEVEN E &/OR TAMMY J, 32.63 128-00-00-044.000, MINGEE LEROY &/OR ANGELA K, 680.14 129-00-00-018.002, KERR KELLY J &/OR LESLIE A, 603.55 129-00-00-023.000, SCOTT HAZEL, 244.80 130-00-00-003.000, WEEKS DWIGHT W &/OR NANCY L, 953.76 130-30-01-010.000, ALLEN MARY E &/OR KIMMERLY KAREN A, 406.09 130-30-01-017.000, BIGLOW AGNES L, 411.08 130-30-01-024.000, KAIRN KAREN A &/OR ALLEN MARY E, 838.71 143-00-00-026.000, SPIRES JIMMY D, 1423.86 130-00-00-016.001, MCCLANAHAN MARK A &/OR DEBRA L, 4866.42 MANCHESTER CORP 171-00-00-030.014, LAYNE JAMES N & JANET (LIFE EST), 210.39 171-23-03-002.000, RIGDON MICHAEL T &/OR DEBORA L, 1343.42 171-24-01-014.000, SAUNDERS JESSIKA &/OR KRISTOPHER, 43.62 171-31-05-002.000, RIGDON PETE &/OR MICHAEL, 114.52 171-31-06-007.000, FETTERS OLIVE GARNITA, 285.31 171-31-06-008.000, WALTERS RANDOLPH L JR & BILLIE, 241.16 171-31-09-006.000, DEATLEY DAVID, 326.67 171-31-09-009.000, BILYEU TROY &/OR CONNIE, 184.40 171-31-09-011.000, BILYEU TROY &/OR CONNIE, 739.14 171-32-03-005.000, RIGDON PETE & CAROLYN, 784.49 171-32-03-006.000, RIGDON PETE & CAROLYN, 27.74 171-32-08-008.000, COX STEVEN &/OR MELANIA, 1077.00 171-32-12-020.000, KISSICK RICHARD A, 186.96 171-32-14-016.000, TOLLE GLENN GREGORY, 180.45 171-32-15-003.000, DEATLEY DAVID, 97.17 171-32-15-005.000, FISHER JAMES R, 200.89 171-32-15-006.000, FISHER JAMES R, 32.34 171-32-15-015.000, HANSON NATASHA IOWANA & BENITA DALE, 1114.38 171-32-15-016.000, HANSON NATASHA IOWANA & BENITA DALE, 62.45 171-32-16-010.000, RIGDON MICHAEL T, 92.19 171-32-16-010.800, RIGDON MICHAEL T, 632.04 171-32-16-010.801, RIGDON MICHAEL T, 92.19 171-32-17-003.000, REINHARDT EDWARD &/OR EMMA, 50.57 171-32-18-001.000, ROWLAND DAVID K &/OR SHERRY DAWN, 85.26 171-32-20-015.000, LEWIS MARK S, 210.19 171-32-30-007.000, PRATER RUTH, 55.50 171-32-30-008.000, BENNINGTON PAUL A &/OR RENEE, 26.43 171-32-30-009.000, BENNINGTON PAUL A &/OR RENEE, 26.43 171-33-02-001.000, SCHOOLEY LONNIE DAMON, 1380.94 171-33-02-010.000, RIGDON PETE M & CAROLYN R, 286.52 171-33-05-005.000, SORTWELL RONALD &/OR CARRIE, 57.50 171-33-05-008.000, KING DIANA G, 142.34 171-33-05-009.000, KIRK SCOTTIE D &/OR GROOMS DAVID A, 207.49 171-33-06-001.000, RIGDON DEBBIE,
65.92 171-33-07-008.000, GAFFIN KEVIN L, 592.50 171-33-08-008.000, DEATLEY DAVID, 127.11 171-33-08-009.000, DEATLEY DAVID, 231.00 171-34-01-009.000, DETTMER CORNELIA M TRUSTEE, 1037.4 171-34-05-002.000, RIGDON PETE &/OR MICHAEL, 137.29 171-34-05-008.000, DEATON SAMMY &/OR CAROLYN ANN, 337.87 171-34-05-009.000, HENDERSON NANCY JANE, 29.76 171-34-05-010.000, HOOBLER KATHRYN, 29.76 171-34-11-001.001, TAYLOR BRIAN &/OR TANGELA, 581.95 171-41-04-013.000, WALTERS L & BILLIE J, 546.16 171-41-05-010.000, GAFFIN KEVIN, 595.82 171-41-11-005.000, STANFIELD SUSAN L, 588.42 171-41-11-006.000, STANFIELD SUSAN L, 1620.19 171-41-12-013.001, PENNY GREGORY S &/OR BRADFORD KIMBERELY G, 106.09 171-41-13-002.000, EH POOLED 1111 LP, 119.34 171-41-13-021.000, KIRK SCOTTIE D & AMBER L & GROOMS DAVID A & CHRISTIN, 134.08 171-41-13-030.000, RIGDON PETE &/OR CAROLYN, 614.69 171-41-16-001.000, SCRUGGS JEFFREY, 782.76 171-41-16-019.000, OSMAN DARRELL &/OR CONNIE, 211.68 171-41-16-020.000, MARKINS CONNIE S % DARRELL & CONNIE OSMAN, 539.45 171-42-01-001.000, YOUNG PATRICK J & BLACK BETH, 285.66 171-00-00-011.000, R & R CONTRACTORS LLC, 263.15 171-00-00-011.004, RIGDON PETE & MIKE, 236.48 171-00-00-012.000, LOVING JOAN C TRUSTEE, 307.02 171-42-02-002.000, CREAMER GINGER & BENTLEY LISA, 112.51 MEIGS 039-00-00-025.001, SMALLEY STEVEN WAYNE &/OR NEVA MARIE, 216.81 040-00-00-027.002, KEITH RICHARD SAUL, 363.17 040-00-00-038.006, BAUER BARBARA C &/OR THOMAS E, 26.66 041-00-00-044.000, VAUGHN MELISSA N, 525.20 053-00-00-005.000, GORMAN EARL &/OR KATHY, 50.90 053-00-00-006.000, GORMAN EARL &/OR KATHY, 24.00 053-00-00-024.002, NICELY THOMAS, 62.55 053-00-00-028.001, BOERGER ANTHONY A, 118.72 053-00-00-028.005, BRYANT EILEEN FRANCIS &/OR DAVID A, 64.83 053-00-00-037.001, SMART ELIZABETH JANE, 1218.72 055-00-00-061.000, APPLEGATE WILLIAM T &/OR LAURA A, 665.69 055-00-00-063.000, SHIVELEY CHARLES RANDALL, 255.10 055-00-00-064.000, SHIVELEY CHARLES R &/OR TERESA L, 60.19 055-00-00-071.000, FRISTOE JEREMY STEWART, 363.73 055-00-00-074.001, RAYBURN MICHAEL SCOTT &/OR MELANIE, 279.95 055-00-00-074.002, GRAHAM JOHN, 349.42 055-00-00-075.000, RAYBURN MICHAEL SCOTT &/OR MELANIE, 169.63 066-00-00-001.001, STONE LLOYD DEAN, 55.53 066-00-00-001.002, STONE LLOYD DEAN, 187.85 066-00-00-001.003, STONE LLOYD DEAN &/OR TAMMY L, 72.37 066-00-00-001.004, STONE LLOYD DEAN, 60.73 066-40-00-019.000, FELTY DAVID &/OR JODI, 271.13 068-00-00-002.000, BANKS CLARENCE E &/OR RHEBA, 686.37 068-00-00-025.003, PATTON RALPH S &/OR KAREN A, 1699.05 068-00-00-026.000, MADDIX WILLIAM &/OR THERESA & MCCANN JAMES &/OR LORI, 480.44 068-00-00-042.000, BEECH JEANMARIE, 669.59 068-00-00-045.010, PALOMINO JESUS &/OR DANA, 202.07 068-00-00-045.018, PALOMINO JESUS V &/OR DANA, 287.54 069-00-00-039.000, TOLLE JAMES D & MARY R, 102.31 069-00-00-040.000, TOLLE JAMES D & MARY, 1597.05 069-00-00-041.000, TOLLE KEVIN, 104.63 080-00-00-015.000, ABBOTT DAVID &/OR PENNY, 11.02 080-00-00-017.003, ABBOTT DAVID &/OR PENNY, 94.61 082-00-00-037.003, MITCHELL CYNTHIA D, 498.98 084-00-00-018.000, SEIBERT VAN &/OR THERESA, 277.24 093-00-00-020.000, CZACHOWSKI WILLIAM J &/OR KARI, 293.43 095-00-00-009.000, TACKETT RODNEY &/OR TIMBERLY, 1137.89 095-00-00-020.000, MCFARLAND KENNETH D & DOUGLAS K & STEPHEN D, 193.05 095-00-00-020.800, MCFARLAND KENNETH D & DOUGLAS K & STEPHEN D, 17.64 095-00-00-020.801, MCFARLAND KENNETH D & DOUGLAS K & STEPHEN D, 77.18 095-00-00-047.000, FLEGE THOMAS, 125.45 096-00-00-007.000, MILLER GARY L &/OR RITA F, 697.41 096-00-00-035.011, MILLER JAMES DARIN &/OR MARY ANN, 119.58 096-00-00-046.000, WELTE JAMES CAMERON SR, 451.85 097-00-00-001.000, SINGLETON DOROTHY M (LIFE & NIGH THOMAS E & LINDA & A, 533.65 097-00-00-001.001, NIGH LINDA S &/OR THOMAS E, 224.36 097-00-00-022.001, POTTS JAMES, 48.82
12 - Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - The Informer
Delinquent Vacant Land by Certified Delinquent Year ADAMS Current Tax Year 2012 Certified Tax Year 2010 The lands, lots and parts of lots returned delinquent by the county treasurer of Adams County, with the taxes, assessments, interest and penalties, charged against them agreeably to law, are contained and described in the following list: MEIGS-PEEBLES 055-11-01-011.000, FOSTER KIRSTEN, 528.55 055-12-06-008.000, AINA OLAYINKA O, 504.41 055-12-08-001.000, GRANDVIEW RETAIL STORES LLC, 133.33 055-12-08-002.000, GRANDVIEW RETAIL STORES LLC, 1885.67 055-13-01-001.000, GRANDVIEW RETAIL STORES LLC, 178.97 055-13-03-006.000, FERNANDEZ JANET, 772.66 055-13-12-011.000, FRANKLIN JAMES R, 534.01 055-13-16-004.000, TOLLE KEVIN W, 382.70 055-13-20-009.000, MOORE TONY R, 169.96 055-13-21-005.000, JONES WARREN R, 159.83 055-13-21-023.000, PENN VICKIE M, 2338.39 055-13-22-009.000, SCRIVNER EDWARD T, 99.12 055-13-24-003.000, SHIELDS HOWARD L &/OR PEGGY S, 442.45 055-13-25-008.000, JORDAN DAVY R & OSA MAE, 191.27 055-13-25-010.000, JORDAN DAVY R & OSA MAE, 200.51 055-13-27-003.000, SCOTT TODD &/OR LISA, 345.48 055-14-01-005.000, RILEY ROBERT JAMES &/OR SHIRLEY MAE, 60.19 055-14-01-007.000, RILEY ROBERT J & SHIRLEY, 128.17 055-14-01-008.000, RILEY ROBERT J & SHIRLEY M, 114.43 055-14-02-001.000, RILEY ROBERT J & SHIRLEY M, 203.42 055-14-02-005.000, LOUDERBACK VERA F, 627.71 055-14-10-010.000, HIGNITE ETTA G, 26.53 055-14-12-004.000, CROUSE JEREMY W &/OR ASHLEE M, 524.75 055-14-12-027.000, SLACK RALPH W, 527.78 055-14-12-028.000, MILLER GARY, 450.83 055-14-12-031.000, MILLER RITA, 234.85 055-14-13-015.000, PAGE RANDAL D &/OR CONNIE J, 1351.76 055-14-13-021.000, RIDEOUT JOSEPH B, 201.61 055-31-01-006.000, JONES JAMES P &/OR APRIL A, 384.20 MONROE-MANCHESTER 145-00-00-014.003, J D D & B PARTNERSHIP, 23.56 145-00-00-014.004, J D D & B PARTNERSHIP, 13.67 145-00-00-014.005, J D D & B PARTNERSHIP, 262.25 145-00-00-014.006, J D D & B PARTNERSHIP, 345.89 145-00-00-014.012, ARNOLD RICHARD, 220.24 145-00-00-016.004, KORENCHAN FRANK H &/OR DEBORAH A, 715.31 145-00-00-022.000, COOLEY KIMBERLY, 210.19 145-00-00-022.003, COOLEY KIMBERLY, 174.47 160-00-00-008.000, HELWIG GEORGE C &/OR PATSY J, 804.97 160-00-00-037.000, ABRAMS GREGORY, 151.67 160-00-00-073.000, DENHAM GENE W SR, 47.90 161-00-00-038.000, FUND HOLDING TRUST C/O RAFALO STEVEN I, 2333.49 161-00-00-044.007, COLBY M KRISTIN &/OR TIM M, 146.43 161-00-00-044.008, STONE ELWOOD W &/OR LORRENE, 790.44 161-00-00-044.010, DENHAM GENE W SR, 137.21 172-30-00-008.000, DEATLEY DAVID D, 22.81 172-30-00-009.000, DEATLEY DAVID D, 72.24 172-30-00-010.000, DEATLEY DAVID D, 10.65 175-00-00-007.000, HOUSTON JOHN &/OR JUDY M, 454.99 175-00-00-017.000, SHIVENER WILLIAM & ELDIVA, 445.43 175-00-00-018.000, SHVENER WLLAM ETAL TOMLIN HAROLD & GLORIA, 1293.10 175-00-00-019.000, SHIVENER RUTH, 125.86 175-00-00-025.002, WHITT NATHAN, 602.83 MONROE, OHIO VALLEY LOCAL SCHOOL DIST. 146-00-00-030.001, MARTIN ROY D, 771.18 146-00-00-031.000, ARTHUR EMMA JANE, 272.16 146-00-00-048.000, THACKER LOVENA, 563.79 OLIVER 064-00-00-048.000, RUGGLES JOHN RICHARD, 853.97 064-00-00-061.000, JONES WILLIAM H & AUDREY, 312.5 064-00-00-066.000, YOUNG MATTHEW, 153.12 065-00-00-010.001, BOWLING JACQUELYN S &/OR BOBBY ALLEN JARVIS, 150.63 065-00-00-035.003, MCCANN RONALD E JR &/OR DELORES, 102.12 065-00-00-035.012, TYLER RICHARD S &/OR PATRICIA L, 405.21 065-00-00-035.023, GLOVER ALAN &/OR CATHY, 138.52 065-00-00-038.001, YOUR FUTURE PROPERTIES LLC, 774.54 065-00-00-038.003, EVANS JEFF &/OR BLACKMORE MARCIA, 533.41 066-00-00-022.000, ADAMS GRACE, 701.44 077-00-00-031.000, PINKERTON EVELYN, 360.36 078-00-00-019.000, EAVERS DENNIS, 32.83 078-00-00-021.001, FROST CRISS LEE, 572.13 079-00-00-012.001, STORER DEBORAH & RAINWATER DANA ETAL, 554.84 079-00-00-012.004, STORER DEBORAH &
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170-00-00-009.001, MILLER MICHAEL L, 186.46 170-00-00-010.015, SHIREY STEVE, 18.78 170-00-00-014.001, CLUXTON DAN, 160.16 170-00-00-016.001, CLUXTON DANIEL, 23.75 170-00-00-025.000, MITCHELL MARY, 229.59 171-00-00-042.008, HUNTER INVESTMENT HOLDINGS LLC, 180.93 183-00-00-032.003, OSBORNE VILLIE A &/OR FOSTER GEORGE S, 93.87 183-00-00-043.000, MID-GETT DAVID DEE, 85.74 183-00-00-053.002, CROWDER SHIRLEY F, 101.57 184-00-00-019.003, HOSKINS FREDDIE G &/OR BOBBIE C, 371.54 184-00-00-030.000, DETTMER CORNELIA M TRUSTEE, 525.82 TIFFIN 092-00-00-051.004, JOHNSON THOMAS T, 28.90 092-00-00-051.005, JOHNSON THOMAS T, 34.67 092-00-00-123.000, KEY JAMES &/OR PAMELA K &/OR SHAD JEF, 183.00 102-00-00-045.000, DENT JAMES, 173.38 102-00-00-098.000, ROLFE BRADLEY &/OR CHARITY, 827.61 103-00-00-014.019, STYLES RONALD L, 477.64 103-00-00-027.000, JOHNSON MELINDA &/OR LARRY, 1299.04 103-00-00-054.000, DIGGINS CLIFFORD A &/OR STEIN ELIZABETH J, 267.88 104-00-00-036.000, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 621.24 104-00-00-037.000, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 146.12 104-00-00-038.000, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 288.94 106-00-00-022.001, GASTRIGHT PAUL A, 64.87 106-00-00-037.000, LITTLE RANDY &/OR NANCY, 813.60 116-00-00-002.000, BRUMLEY JOSEPH T, 473.25 116-00-00-004.001, MOLLY BEAR AGGREGATES LLC, 182.95 116-00-00-028.000, WILSON PATRICK THEODORE &/OR TINA MARIE, 183.69 116-00-00-054.000, JONES PAMELA S, 186.59 116-24-01-009.000, ABBOTT DENNY ALLEN, 397.05 116-44-04-003.000, DALEY WILLIAM J, 479.31 116-44-04-004.000, DALEY WILLIAM J, 50.92 117-00-00-009.003, COPLEY RHONDA S & BRANDON D & ASHLEY N, 97.00 117-00-00-024.006, MASON ROBERT LEE &/OR MARY ANNE, 513.41 117-00-00-086.000, COX JAMES &/OR JILL, 546.44 117-24-01-008.000, MORRISON SHERRI L RIVERS, 818.08 117-24-01-015.000, ROSS NEITA, 457.77 117-24-04-007.000, HAYSLIP AL J &/OR JOYCE, 797.89 118-00-00-040.000, SEAMAN WILLIAM ASHLEY, 2522.06 119-00-00-063.000, HUNTER NICOLE, 131.68 119-00-00-063.005, HUNTER NICOLE, 22.29 119-00-00-063.006, HUNTER NICOLE, 28.90 119-00-00-063.008, HUNTER NICOLE, 47.68 119-00-00-065.000, HATMAKER VICKI, 282.06 132-00-00-015.000, BRYANT CALVIN T &/OR SHAINA M, 1177.33 133-00-00-001.005, WISECUP TROY D, 1429.46 145-00-00-001.001, JOHNSON TOM, 359.94 145-00-00-002.000, MURPHY MARY ELIZABETH AKA MARY ELIZABETH CAMPBE, 121.04 146-00-00-066.000, GROOMS TREBER S & BETTY L, 286.40 TIFFIN-WEST UNION 117-32-02-010.000, J R M PROPERTIES LTD, 277.81 117-32-06-003.000, MCINTOSH PAULA, 308.17 117-33-21-002.000, SHAFFER BERNICE, 51.64 117-33-26-009.000, ROSS FERRELL, 461.94 117-33-26-010.000, ROSS FERRELL, 514.46 117-33-26-011.000, ROSS FERRELL, 107.36 117-33-29-001.000, WALKER GLEN, 648.88 117-34-04-010.000, ROTHWELL DONALD E & NORMA W, 91.84 117-34-09-012.000, WHITE JOANN TRUSTEE, 210.47 117-34-09-022.000, HOLBROOK MICHELE L &/OR ROGER A, 731.79 117-34-15-009.000, ALEXANDER CLIFTON, 96.16 117-34-16-006.000, BOLES PARTICK D &/OR ARNELL ROBIN MICHELL, 117.94 117-34-16-007.000, JORDAN DAVY R &/OR OSA M, 314.60 117-34-18-010.000, WHITE JOANN TRUSTEE, 99.14 117-34-18-012.000, WHITE JOSHUA S, 85.01 117-34-18-012.800, WHITE JOSHUA S, 85.01 117-41-07-003.001, WILLIAMS SARILEE &/OR CHRISTOPHER DONALD, 1295.16 117-41-08-009.000, YOUNG MATTHEW B &/OR HOLLY D, 154.83 117-41-08-011.000, CROSSROADS CONTRACTING SERVICES INC, 174.81 117-43-02-002.000, MYERS TONY J, 116.07 117-43-03-006.002, AINA DR OLAYINKA & REMILEKUN, 724.70 117-43-05-003.000, CALVERT BRENDA S, 416.41 130-41-03-018.000, ABBOTT TERESA, 169.85 130-41-04-005.000, HUGHES BARBARA A &/OR EUGENE T, 193.35 131-11-03-013.000, YOUR FUTURE PROPERTIES LLC, 457.09 131-11-04-005.000, DOOLEY MICHAEL T &/OR JOAN C, 753.00 131-12-02-003.000, LOWE JOSEPH C & HANNAH D, 268.90 131-12-02-012.000, ALLEN JUDY & MCDANIEL SHIRLEY, 115.35 131-12-02-013.000, THATCHER ELSIE (TOD), 108.01 131-12-02-014.000, THATCHER ELSIE (TOD), 74.61 131-12-02-017.000, TAYLOR JOHNNY
&/OR BRIDGETT, 250.70 131-12-06-007.001, FRAZIER THELMA L &/OR SHEPARD RICK, 94.10 131-12-06-008.000, FRAZIER THELMA, 165.69 131-21-01-005.000, HAROVER CRAIG B &/OR ALISHA, 932.77 WAYNE 075-14-01-010.000, ELKINS VICKIE L, 357.53 075-14-01-022.000, LAMBERT DANNY E &/OR REGINA L, 399.21 075-14-02-015.000, HAWKINS SARA, 501.29 075-14-02-017.000, HELPHENSTINE CHARLES &/OR ALICIA, 88.30 075-31-02-001.000, SHELTON CHAD R &/OR CHRISTINE M, 428.34 075-32-02-001.000, HUGHES DAVID W, 103.07 075-32-02-001.001, HUGHES DAVID W, 44.42 062-00-00-004.001, KNECHTLY DANIEL A II &/OR MANDY M, 1139.94 063-20-01-007.000, ADAMS GERALD M JR, 568.29 063-20-03-005.000, SIZEMORE BILLY J &/OR DEBORAH S, 278.93 073-00-00-013.000, MOORE CONNIE, 802.45 073-00-00-014.000, JODREY RONALD, 277.82 075-00-00-021.000, PERSCH LINDA GAY, 189.65 075-00-00-027.000, LEWIS BETTY CLESTE MADDEN, 1805.33 075-00-00-070.000, LEWIS BETTY CLESTE MADDEN, 91.56 076-00-00-024.000, CLIFT LAWRENCE D &/OR DEBRA S, 1138.83 087-00-00-011.001, COLLIVER WILLIAM L &/OR SUE ANN, 34.69 087-00-00-011.003, COLLIVER WILLIAM L &/OR SUE A, 58.06 087-00-00-015.000, HESLER RANDY &/OR ANGELA, 37.81 087-00-00-033.000, HESLER RANDY &/OR ANGELA, 338.98 087-00-00-034.000, HESLER RANDY &/OR ANGELA, 293.38 087-00-00-049.000, CONLEY JUANA, 124.24 087-10-03-005.000, HESLER RANDY, 411.94 088-00-00-003.001, KIDDER JOE ANN, 86.88 088-00-00-004.000, KIDDER JOE ANN, 201.51 088-00-00-007.001, SIZEMORE STEVEN &/OR PATTIE, 113.48 088-00-00-040.013, MOORE SHANNON R &/OR KELLY L, 1574.58 089-00-00-019.000, BAKER DARIN, 171.27 WINCHESTER 009-00-00-016.000, TAYLOR FRANK, 309.60 021-00-00-005.002, ROGERS WILLIAM R, 2038.05 021-00-00-005.010, NUSS PAMELA S &/OR SHEPHERD LINDA S, 652.57 021-00-00-008.001, PALMER KEVIN, 309.67 022-00-00-006.001, CECIL MICKEY D &/OR ANNA G, 444.06 023-00-00-005.000, PORTER THOMAS CHARLES, 1089.88 023-00-00-020.000, GROVES TERRY LANE &/OR JUDY C, 685.32 036-00-00-011.000, PIATT LARRY M & JUDY G, 78.10 047-00-00-002.002, UNDERHILL DARREN L, 104.24 047-00-00-004.000, MILLER FRANK A &/OR MARILYN S, 1033.71 047-00-00-041.002, LEDFORD ROBERT G, 528.33 048-00-00-037.000, BLACK SCOTT L, 206.31 048-00-00-061.000, SHELTON DONALD K &/OR CYNDA L, 63.82 049-00-00-001.001, STAMPER CHESTER BRUCE &/OR LAURIE R, 268.96 049-00-00-002.000, STAMPER CHESTER, 273.48 060-00-00-016.010, BENGE HERBERT B, 1339.42 061-00-00-017.002, JENNY ROBERT W, 549.34 061-00-00-049.000, MCNOWN RAYMOND E, 680.81 062-00-00-007.001, JONES JOHN PAUL &/OR GLENNA, 3219.53 062-00-00-007.004, ESSMAN LEWIS E, 358.41 062-00-00-007.008, BLACK CLEO, 57.87 062-00-00-011.002, CLARK SARAH L &/OR ROBERT E, 1141.86 062-00-00-012.001, CLARK ROBERT E &/OR SARAH L, 157.75 062-00-00-053.000, SILCOTT RAYMOND L &/OR CAROL, 1112.55 062-00-00-075.000, MCKENZIE JAMMI A, 364.37 WINCHESTER TWP., WINCHESTER CORP 047-00-00-016.000, RUBLE REX &/OR CHERYL, 742.10 047-00-00-049.000, BENNETT CLEO (TRUSTEE), 237.91 048-00-00-008.006, BOLDMAN DORIS E, 229.63 048-00-00-060.000, SHELTON DONALD K &/OR CYNDA L, 11.14 048-11-02-005.000, RICKETT KENNY L, 199.76 048-13-06-018.800, MEYER RALPH, 388.29 048-14-05-011.000, ALLEN STEVEN &/OR ROBERTA C/O TICOR REALTY TAX SERV, 1479.26 048-31-09-012.000, SANTORO BOB &/OR KATHY, 595.61 048-31-09-012.001, SANTORA BOB &/OR KATHY, 33.85 048-32-01-011.000, STATEN TIM &/OR ARNETT CHRISTINE, 750.98 048-32-01-022.000, SWEARINGEN STEPHANIE D, 514.28 Notice is hereby given that the whole of such several lands, lots and parts of lots will be certified for foreclosure by the county auditor pursuant to law unless the whole of the delinquent taxes, assessments, interest, and penalties are paid within one year or less, a tax certificate with respect to the parcel is sold under Section 5721.32 or 5721.33 of the Ohio Revised Code. The names of persons who have entered into a written delinquent tax contract with the county treasurer to discharge the delinquency are designated by and asterisk or have been stricken from the list.
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Published on Nov 19, 2012