Page 1

Needing furever homes

LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE Serving all of Lewis County, West Virginia

Copyright 2019

Five LCHS students treated after drug interaction at school

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

(681) 533-8458

Weston Christmas Parade is another success

By John Clise Editor

WESTON- Five students from Lewis County High School were transported to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital treatment after taking unknown prescription drugs allegedly distributed by another student. According to a statement from Lewis County High School Assistant Principal and Athletic Director Brian Fisher, a student distributed a prescription drug to other students. Fisher noted the parents/guardians of the students were notified, and the update was being given to clarify the situation to all parties concerned. “We do encourage you to speak to your child about the risk of consuming unauthorized medications,” Fisher said. “If you have any questions about this situation, please call LCHS or the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department.” School board officials reported the unnamed students were expected to recover. The type of prescription drug taken was unknown as of press time. Student well-being was the primary concern for school officials. During the incident discipline and ann investigation into the matter took a backseat. An investigation is ongoing with discipline expected to follow. According to reports, one student was sent to the nurse’s office for observation. Four more students were sent to the nurse’s office before being transported to the hospital for treatment. A call went out to parents regarding the situation at 3:15 p.m., according to reports.

Winter Lights Celebration happening Friday

REBECCA CLISE/Lewis County Community Guide

Santa, Mrs. Claus and one of their most helpful elves were part of the 2019 Weston Christmas Parade held this past Friday evening in downtown Weston. WESTON- The 2019 Weston Christmas Parade is being touted as one of the best in years. Weston Mayor and all city council members noted the event was well attended, and had much participation through floats as well as onlookers who lined the parade route in cooler temperatures to get a look at the many floats and Santa Claus himself being escorted by the Weston Volunteer Fire Department.

Weston City Councilman, also a participant in the parade, noted the crowd was large for this year’s event. Weston City Councilman Randy Bohan said people were lined up at least three deep along the parade route for this year’s Christmas event. Just before the parade began the Dancing Snowflakes were lit as was Santa and his reindeers across Main Avenue. Over the course of the holiday several thousand people

Sixty Participants Race in 2nd Annual Gobble Gallop WESTON- Close to sixty racers took to the streets of Weston for the 2nd Annual Gobble Gallop on Thanksgiving morning at 9 a.m. Members of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital staff, together with the Weston Fire Department, Police Department and City, coordinated the event that took participants along the route of Center and Main Avenues. “The weather was slightly

See Gobble on Page 5

The Ice Sisters will once again be part of the annual Jackson’s Mill Winter Lights Celebration set for this Friday evening.

PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID VALUE GUIDE

WEATHER

Team, Buckhannon, WV 3rd Place- Stockert Youth Center Drill Team, Buckhannon, WV Best Float 1st Place- LCHS Marching Minutemen Band Parents- Minutemen Express- Weston, WV 2nd Place- Lewis County Girl Scouts-GirlScouts-Weston,WV 3rd Place- Weston Warriors 4-H Club- Warrior ExpressWeston, WV See Parade on Page 5

Miracle on Main Street Saturday

chilly but we were pretty happy with the number of participants,” noted race coordinator Kate Jones. “We have other competition with larger Turkey Trots but this race is perfect for here. The traffic was very light and the racers were pleased with the route.” First place winner with a time of 20:05.5 was Jacob

PHOTO SUBMITTED

JACKSON’S MILL- It’s time again for the annual Jackson’s Mill Winter Lights Celebration set for this Friday night beginning at 6 p.m. The evening starts off with the public buffet in the Mount Vernon Dining Hall and then the official lighting of the Winter Lights kicks off at dark. After the buffet, head to the Mountain State Building wherefrom from 6-9 p.m. there will be free mule and wagon rides through the lights, free hands on activity for kids and a model train display provided by Broken “H” Traveling Trains. And last but not least, something new this year there will be a meet and greet with the Ice Sisters hosted by Little Glass Slipper Parties from 6:30-8:30 pm inside the Mountain State Building. For more information, check out the event on Facebook.

will come to Weston enjoy the tradition of the Dancing Snowflakes in downtown Weston. The City of Weston is proud to present the winners of the 2019 Christmas Parades Best Marching and Best Float participants. All winners please contact the City of Weston at 304-269-6141. Best Marching 1st Place- LCHS Marching Minutemen Band, Weston, WV 2nd Place- Elite Rivals Tw i r l i n g C o m p e t i t i o n

REBECCA CLISE/Lewis County Community Guide

Miracle on Main Street will be the talk of the town this Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. as a multitude of vendors and others pack downtown Weston for the second annual event. By John Clise Editor

parade in an effort to both promote the event and be part of the community. Local businessman and Weston City Councilman Randy Bohan offered up a flatbed for the float and drove served as a driver of the float. The event will be a great opportunity for family fun, talking with old friends, making new friends, and picking up a few locally made Christmas gifts for family, friends, coworkers, and whoever you want to give a gift to the is Christmas. Organizers noted this year Main Avenue, from 1st to 2nd

WESTON- The much anticipated and highly planned Second Annual Miracle on Main Street will take place this Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. in downtown Weston, according to event organizers. According to Weston City Councilman, an organizer of the event, the group is upping its game this year. “We are doing everything REBECCA CLISE/Lewis County Community Guide possible to top last year’s event,” Weaver said. “We are trying to First place male winner with a time of 20:05.5 was Jacob have something for everyone.” Moore, 16 Emily Louk, 19, won the female division with a Organizers participated in time of 20:08.5. the recent Weston Christmas See Miracle on Page 5 THURSDAY Partly Sunny 42/29

FRIDAY Chance of Showers 45/23

TRUSTED ORTHOPEDIC CARE Robert Erdin, III, MD • Orthopedic Surgeon

Accepting Patients • 29 Hospital Plaza, Weston, WV • 304-269-4431 • stonewalljacksonhospital.com

SATURDAY Sunny 42/27

SUNDAY Partly Sunny 55/42


LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

Page 2

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

SPORTS

2019 Gobble Gallop

SJMH Sponsoring Cookies and Cocoa Walk/Run December 14 at SJMH

REBECCA CLISE/Lewis County Community Guide

Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, in collaboration with Pace Yourself Lewis County, is sponsoring a Cookies and Cocoa Walk/Run on Saturday, December 14 at 10 a.m. in the track behind the Hospital at 230 Hospital Plaza in Weston. There is a $15 cost for the race and there will be a small prize for the top three. Cookies and cocoa will be served to the racers. Race day registration will be available beginning at 9:00 am. To download a registration form visit www. stonewalljacksonhospital.com and click on the “walk/ run” button. Return the application to SJMH, 230 Hospital Plaza, Weston, WV 26452. Call 304-269-8167 for more information or go to https://www.webscorer.com/ register?raceid=166781 SJMH has been collaborating with local non-profits such as the American Cancer Society, Saint Patrick School, and the City of Weston to create a walk/run in each month of the year. The goal of the collaboration is to encourage people to walk/run for their health. West Virginia and Lewis County have very poor health statistics and organizers hope to encourage people to give up their sedentary ways to get out and walk and become healthier. There are many reasons for residents to take up walking as a healthy habit.

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

F B . C O M / RSouthern E C OStates R DBuckhannon DELTA Heating and Cooling Residential and Commercial Heating and Cooling Installations and servicing all major brands Rusty.surface@sscoop.com License # WV008058

Free Estimates

Ask how to save by becoming a member of the cooperative.

The Lewis County Community Guide Presents…

Christmas Tree Contest

ONE GRAND PRIZE WINNER

To enter, simply mail or e-mail us a photo of your Christmas Tree (no computer print outs) along with the coupon below by December 23rd. A photo album of the Christmas Trees will appear in every issue of The Lewis County Community Guide. A panel of three judges will pick the winner. Winner will be announced Jan. 8th.

To enter your tree, mail picture & coupon to: Christmas Tree Contest 2019 The Lewis County Community Guide P.O. Box 550 Buckhannon, WV 26201

Photos can also be e-mailed to Ads@TheRecordDelta.Com or dropped off in person at 2B Clarksburg Road in Buckhannon

Name: Address: Phone Number: If you would like your photo returned, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

Contest sponsored by

Lewis County’s supporting Ford Dealer

US HWY 33E Weston 304.269.6564 www.westonfordinc.com westonfordinc@gmail.com

Hunting and fishing licenses on sale now

CHARLESTON – Gov. Jim Justice announced recently that West Virginians can purchase their 2020 hunting and fishing licenses earlier than ever before and also be entered to win a drawing for prizes. Beginning Sunday, anyone who purchases a 2020 Sportsman or Junior Sportsman license will automatically be entered to win a free lifetime license or a vacation getaway at a West Virginia state park. “As a lifelong hunter and fisherman myself, I know

there is no better place in the world to enjoy the wonders of nature than right here in Almost Heaven West Virginia,” Gov. Justice said. “This is truly a special opportunity for all West Virginians and I hope everyone who loves hunting and fishing in our great state takes a shot at winning this great prize.” Historically, hunting and fishing licenses weren’t available until later in the year, but sales will begin early this year to allow for holiday gift purchases and early renewals.

“We’re excited to offer this prize drawing, and we hope it reminds West Virginians to renew their licenses and encourages new outdoor enthusiasts to get a license,” WVDNR Director Stephen McDaniel said. “If you haven’t hunted or fished in a few years or know someone who would enjoy it, this is a great opportunity to get back in the game or to help them get started on their outdoor adventure.” Prizes include a Lifetime Sportsman Hunting, Trapping and Fishing License (Class AB-L), four overnight stays at West Virginia State Parks, and eight gift bags filled with hunting and fishing gear. Winners will be announced in mid-January. Licenses went on sale this Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Those who purchase a Sportsman Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping (Class X; Class XJ for ages 15-17) license before January 1, 2020, either online at www.wvhunt.com or through a licensed retailer, will be automatically entered to win. The prize drawing is sponsored by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and the West Virginia Tourism Office. To view prize descriptions, learn how to purchase a license as a gift, or see complete contest rules, visit www.wvdnr.gov/giveaway. Gov. Justice and the WVDNR remind West Virginians to follow all hunting, fishing, and trapping regulations and to always practice safety when engaging in outdoor activities.​


LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Page 3

OBITUARIES

Christine “Teeny” Roupe Harris Christine “Teeny” Roupe Harris, 73, of Jane Lew, WV passed away on Friday, November 29, 2019 following an extended illness. She was born in Clarksburg, WV on March 19, 1946: a daughter of the late David W. Roupe, Jr. and Emogene Sinclair Roupe. She is survived by her faithful husband, Alva “J.R.” Harris, Jr. and her three children, David Simpson and wife Lisa of Stuart, FL; Kaye Simpson-Fouch and husband Rob Of Jane Lew, WV; Leigh Anne Hastings of Seattle, WA; and step daughter, Desarae Hammond and husband Rich of Weston, W. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Elizabeth Viau and husband Chad, Robert Simpson; Holli Simpson; Lainey Simpson; Sydney Hastings; Leta Hastings; and her great grandson, Colton James Viau; sisters, Diane, Kathleen, Donna, Melody; brother Chuck and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her nephew and niece, Chuckie and Casie Roupe and step-daughter, Marlena Harris. Christine was a1964 graduate of Unidus High School in West Milford, WV. She was a devoted wife and mother. She was a devout Christian and attended Bethel Temple in Bridgeport, WV. She enjoyed singing, painting, crafting, swimming and

spending time with her beloved family and friends. Christine sang for several years with the Beacons of Light Trio with whom she proudly recorded a southern gospel album in Nashville. She was always laughing, never knew a stranger, full of life and will be remembered for her sense of Humor. Christine lived by faith, had a kind heart and a passion for serving others. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 05 at Bethel Temple 133 Johnson Avenue Bridgeport, WV. Although we celebrate her life, Christine will be dearly missed by her family and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to a senior care facility of your choice. Hardman Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is honored and privileged to serve the family of Christine “Teeny” Harris.

Harold “Keith” Talbert, Sr. Harold “Keith” Talbert, Sr., 63, of Weston passed away after a courageous battle with a long illness on Friday, November 29, 2019, at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was born in Sutton on April 15, 1956, a son of Lowell Keith and Helen Kay Collins Talbert of Birch River. On November 25, 1976, Keith married his best friend and the love of his life, Patsy Lynn Short. Together they shared just over 43 wonderful years of marriage and she will miss him immensely. In addition to his parents and wife, Keith is survived by two daughters: Christina Carvella Flanigan and husband, Mike and Jennifer Ellen Garrett and husband, Ted; one son, Harold Keith Talbert Jr. and wife, Kayla, all of Weston; and three grandchildren: Jared Michael Flanigan, Erin Gwynn Flanigan and Emma Peyton Garrett. Keith was raised attending the Birch River Baptist Church and graduated from Nicholas County High School. He followed his passion and joined the Nicholas County Sheriff Department where he proceeded to attend the Basic Police Class of the WV State Police Academy in Kanawha County and graduated as a Certified Police Officer. Although he loved being a county Deputy Sheriff, Keith’s love of the law was not yet satisfied. He continued his education and graduated as Valedictorian from the 30th Cadet Class as a WV State Trooper. As a WV State Trooper he worked all over the state including: Weston, Grafton, Wheeling ATF, Fairmont BCI, Weston BCI, Elkins BCI and Buckhannon BCI before retiring in 2001. With the troopers he was a member of the WV Troopers Association, WV Retired Troopers Association,

Est. 6 199

American Association of State Troopers and WV State Police FOP Lodge. Keith also graduated from Bluefield State College with a Bachelor of Regents Degree. He later joined the Weston Masonic Lodge #10, AF & AM where he participated in many of their groups. Keith was a past High Priest of the Bigelow Chapter #4, RAM, a past Commander of the St. John’s Commandery #8, KT, and a member of the Scottish Rite, Nemeis Temple Shrine, Lewis County Shrine Club and York Rite College. Friends and family gathered for visitation at Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service located at 144 Hackers Creek Rd. in Jane Lew on Monday, December 2, 2019. Funeral services were held in the Pat Boyle Funeral Home Chapel on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, with Pastor Jay Burkhart officiating. Interment followed at Lewis County Memorial Gardens in Weston. The Weston Masonic Lodge #10, AF & AM, is in charge of graveside services. We, at Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service, are honored and privileged to serve the family of Harold “Keith” Talbert, Sr.. Online condolences may be expressed at www.PatBoyleFuneralHome. com.

James “Jim” W. Myers James “Jim” W. Myers, 77, of Weston left this world for his eternal home on Thursday, November 28, 2019, in Shenandoah, VA. He was born in Lewis County on September 3, 1942, a son of the late James Henry Myers and Agnes Ruth Sleeth Myers Pringle Lewis. On January 13, 1962, he married Jane Kathryn Bannon who preceded Jim in death on October 8, 2016. They have now been reunited to extend their 54 years of marriage to eternity. Jim graduated from Jane Lew High School in 1960. He immediately joined the United States Navy and moved to Norfolk, VA where he met the love of his life, and his future wife, Jane. Jim later left the Navy to become both a father and a lineman. After 25 years in Norfolk, Jim returned to his home state of West Virginia with his family. He furthered his education and became a real estate appraiser and retired in January 2019 after 25 years in the field. St. Patrick Catholic Church was his place of worship and he was a brother at the Weston Masonic Lodge #10, AF & AM. Often the highlight of Jim’s week was his Tuesday night gatherings with his buddies where they enjoyed playing poker. The most important things in Jim’s life were God, family and country. Jim is survived by four children: Mary Veronica Esse of Weston, James Francis Myers and wife, Isabel, of Manassas, VA, Patricia Joan Cost of San Antonio, TX, and Kathryn Rita Alexander and husband, Scott, of Shenandoah, VA; eight grandchildren: Crystal, Brandon, and Blake Esse, Cam Myers, Griffin and Garrett Cost, and Kristen and Emily Alexander; two great grandchildren: Luke Bakshi, and Blakely Esse; three sisters: Fran-

ces Cullen and husband, Bill, of Vienna, WV, Julia Scott and husband, Tim, of Fayetteville, NC, and Ruthie Lamb of Orlando; and two brothers: James Myers and wife, Dennise, of Illinois, and John Myers and wife, Holly, of Las Vegas, NV. Friends and family will gather for visitation at Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service located at 144 Hackers Creek Rd. in Jane Lew from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, December 5, 2019. A funeral mass will be held at St. Patrick Catholic Church located at 210 Center Ave. in Weston at 11 a.m. on Friday with Reverend James R. DeViese Jr. officiating. Interment will follow at Lewis County Memorial Garden in Weston. The United States Navy and Lewis County Honor Guard will accord full military honors. The Weston Masonic Lodge # 10, AF & AM, is in charge of Graveside services. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Jim’s honor to St. Patrick Catholic Church located at 210 CenterAve. Weston, WV, 26542. We, at Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service, appreciate the service of James “Jim” W. Myers and it has been our honor and privilege to serve his family. Online condolences may be expressed at www.PatBoyleFuneralHome.com.

Juanita Maxine Mick Juanita Maxine Mick Age 83, of Weston, WV passed away on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Crestview Nursing Home of Jane Lew surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Gilmer County, WV on November 05, 1936; daughter of the late Frank Batten and Orpha (Paugh) Batten. On July 16, 1954, she married George Clifford Mick who survives. Mrs. Mick is also survived by one daughter: LeaAnn Mick Gay and husband Jeff of Jacksonville, FL, one grandchild: Thomas Robert Weaver and wife Lindsey and one great-grandchild: Kaydence Weaver. She is also survived by one brother: Billy Crook and wife Jean of Weston, 2 sisters Lillian Waldeck of Jacksonville, FL and Frankie Batten Kalafat and husband John of Morgantown, WV and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Maxine was preceded in death by one son: Michael Gail Mick and one sister: Ellen June Lewis. Mrs. Mick worked in retail at the Wunder Shoe Store of Weston. She was a graduate of Weston High School and a member of The First Baptist Church of Weston. Her hobbies included walking, reading and was an avid Mountaineer Fan including both football and basketball. At Maxine’s request she was cremated. A Celebration of Life held this past Saturday. At her request there will be a private scattering of her ashes. Hardman Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is honored and privileged to serve the family of Juanita Maxine Mick.

Robert Billeter Robert Billeter, 93, the former owner, publisher and editor of The Weston Democrat, died Friday, November 30, 2019. He was born in Clarksburg to the late Arch and Mabel (Westfall) Billeter on August 16, 1926. Bob married Unis Watts in 1952. They had two children, Linda and Lloyd. They divorced in 1965. He is survived by his daughter, Linda Burke (Mike) of Clifton, VA, and his son Lloyd Billeter of Reston, VA. Also surviving him are two grandsons, Jonathan Burke (Megan O’Neille) of Honolulu, HI and Evan (Mary) of Falls Church, VA. He is survived by his wife Eileen (Horvath) Billeter, whom he married April 17, 1971, their son William Billeter of Glasgow, KY, and three grandchildren, Robert 18, Isaac 13, and Kate 12. He is also survived his sister Karen McCue of Myrtle Beach, NC; brother-in-law Jerry Stalnaker of Philippi, WV; and niece Janet (Harper) Cutright of Jane Lew, WV. He is also preceded in death by his parents Arch and Mabel (Westfall) Billeter, of Clarksburg,; his grandfather Fletcher Westfall and beloved step grandmother Ada (Gifford) Westfall of Burnsville, WV; his loving step father Guy Harper; his stepmother Nora Billeter of Clarksburg; stepbrother Forrest Harper (Sharon) of Berlin; his sister Kay Stalnaker of Phillippi; and cousins EvalinaAdams and Stanley Jackson of Weston, WV. Bob went to school in Clarksburg, Burnsville, Jane Lew and Gilmer County, WV. He graduated from Washington Irving in 1944 and earned his bachelor’s degree from WVU in 1951, courtesy of the GI Bill. Bob served two years in the 7th Infantry Division in the 181st Infantry California National Guard in WWII. After the 31st Infantry was wiped out on Batan, the181st Infantry became the resurrected 31st Infantry in Soul, Korea. Bob became the radio operator at the 31st Regimental Headquarters. He started his 65-year journalism career editing The Pendleton Times of Franklin. After that, he went on to work the Huntington Herald Dispatch; was a reporter for the Morgantown Post and worked as an editor the Pittsburgh Sun Telegraph and The Pittsburgh Post Gazette. At one time or another, he worked at every editorial job in journalism, In Franklin, he won the prestigious Pall Mall Award for Distinguished Service to his Community in the Field of Journalism. As he drove back and forth to work, Bob could not help but notice that

there was a car parked in front of cave entrance for a long time. He reported it and wrote a story about it. He was instrumental in saving the lives of three boys who were lost inside the cave for several days. Bob was very intelligent, well read and believed in doing research before he made decisions or purchases. He was an honest man who never lied, cheated or took advantage of others. He was quietly considerate of others and not quick to judge people. Bob loved water, and sailed on Lake Erie and Lake Ontario with his family for 13 years. He was a beloved husband and father who spent as much time as he could with his family. He will be greatly missed.by them. In 1991, he retired and returned to his beloved West Virginia. The following year he and his wife bought The Weston Democrat. His column “Bobing Along” was greatly appreciated by many of his readers. In 2006, when he turned 90, he sold the paper to News Media Corporation. Bob loved the United States, its Constitution and West Virginia. He was a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of Weston. Visitation will be held at the Hardman Paletti Funeral Home at 730 N. Main Avenue Weston, WV Friday, December 06, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and again from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday. Services will officiated by Rev, John Valentine starting at 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment will follow at Machpelah Cemetery in Weston, next to the funeral home. After the interment, a light luncheon will be served at West Hall at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 206 E. 2nd Street in Weston. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 206 E. 2nd St. Weston, WV 26452 or West Virginia Hospice 8 Hartman Plaza

Buckhannon, WV 26201. Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is honored and privileged to serve the family of Robert Billeter.

Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest 12/10 11:30 a.m. Put on your most colorful, most memorable looking Christmas sweater & compete for the title of ugliest (? most unusual?) Christmas Sweater! ENTERTAINMENT! Friday | December 6th | 10 a.m. LINDA REESE Monday | December 9th | 10 a.m. BRAXTON CO. SENIOR CENTER CHOIR . JOYCE & NELSON Wednesday | December 11th | 10 a.m. Thursday | December 12th | LUANNA MOORE Thursday, December 5 - Vegetable Soup, Turkey Sandwich, Celery, Fruit **HOLIDAY EVENING DINNER @ 5 P.M. Friday, December 6 - Polish Sausage on Bun, Sauerkraut, Boiled Potatoes, Baked Beans, Fruit Monday, December 9 - Sloppy Joe w/Cheese, Carrots, Side Salad, Fruit Tuesday, December 10 - Beef Vegetable Soup,

YOU CAN STILL FILE

Es 199 t. 6

Gutter Express Inc.

• 5 and 6 inch seamless gutter Contract# 026930 • Leaf-guards with 1-year money-back-guarantee. • We are a full-time, contractor licensed and insured, professional gutter company with 21 years experience. Donʼt trust your gutter install to a part-time, unlicensed,handyman.

Call today for information on eligibility. D. Conrad Gall. Atty 3497 Fairmont Ave. Fairmont


LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

Page 4

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

COMMUNITY CALENDAR/ ONGOING EVENTS

Calendar of Events is provided as a public service by The Lewis County Community Guide to publicize upcoming events of community interest. The editorial staff reserves the right to edit or change any submission. No bingo, personal yard sales or for-profit events will be included. To ensure publication, submissions should be received at least one week prior to event — faxed to 304472-0537, emailed to news@therecorddelta.com or mailed to Calendar of Events, P.O. Box 550 Buckhannon, WV 26201.

December 5

Join the Lewis County Senior Center at 5 p.m. for an evening of fun. Roast beef on the menu. Entertainment by the Shelter. And to top the evening off Santa will be stopping by the center. Cost is $6.

for meet and greet and photos from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This event is free for all ages.

December 13-16

Save the date for our upcoming Wood Working

Wonders auction. Don’t miss your chance to buy hand crafted items by William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital Vocational Services Program clients. Items will be available The Jane Lew Lions Club will present Santa’s House for purchase by sealed bid. Bidding opens December from noon to 3p.m. at the Jane Lew Community Center. 13, 2019 at 8:00 am. Auction will conclude at 12:00 Come on out and get a free picture with Santa, crafts, noon Monday, December 16, 2019. Proceeds benefit the Vocational Services Program. For more information, refreshments, and lots of fun. please contact Sharpe Hospital Volunteer Services: 304The Lewis County Democratic Executive Committee 269-1210 Ext. 371

December 7

December 6

is hosting the Annual Holiday Poll Workers Weekend Dinner at the Lewis County Senior Center at 6 p.m. with The Jane Lew Lions Club presents “Santa’s House.” all Democrats and their families are invited to attend. To RSVP, call 304-269-1946. Rick Frame has graciously has Dec. 7: Santa will be at the Jane Lew Community Center. Dec. 8: At the Walkersville Fire Department Dec. 14: In offered to make his famous BBQ smoked pork. Weston at Lewis County Senior Citizen’s Center From Come enjoy the holiday lights on the campus of Jack- Noon-3pm each day. son’s Mill After taking in the sights, join the Ice Sisters Copyright 2019 Mountaineer Newspapers Inc.

December 7, 8 & 14

CLASSIFIED

Classified The Record Delta 2B Clarksburg Rd. Buckhannon 304-472-2800 therecorddelta.com

December 14

Breakfast with Santa at WVU Jackson’s Mill. Share a meal with the Jolly Old Elf himself, as the countdown to Christmas continues. Breakfast will be served in the Mt. Vernon Dining Hall from 8am-11am. Call Jackson’s

Mill at 304-269-5100 for more information

Marketplace

Friday, April 12, 2019 – Page 4B

REACH 90,000 READERS WITH THE RECORD DELTA, VALUE GUIDES, & INTERNET CLASSIFIEDS Health Care for a disabled AND UNFURNISHED

LEGAL NOTICES more information please ALSO DOING COMTHE OFFICE OF THE Buckhannon, WV 26201 contact 304-269-7344 S U P E R I O R SIN MERCIAL TREE CUTO L U CLERK OF THE COUNTY Attorney: COMMISSION, TING AND Mark H.SNOW Reed or TDD 1-800-855-1155 TIONS - HANDYMAN REUPSHUR COUNTY, WEST PO Box 310 VIRGINIA Buckhannon, WV 26201 MOVAL. CALL (304) F O R R E N T: F U R - Equal Housing Opportu- SERVICES Estate: MARK COLET NOTICE OF ESTATES nity. HUD (tfn) 613-5820 (gtfn) Notice is hereby MULLENS Specializing in small jobs NISHED AND UNFURgiven of the following named Personal Representative: estates, the Upshur County Kathy Miller COTTAGE, close toto beunder and doth determine and estimate the several amounts as follows:$50 NISHED APTSyear,FOR Commission has granted 403 Skelton Road FOR SALE: 24 Tanning Bed Camera WVWC, FOR RENT: 1 -Household maintenance Buckhannon, WV 26201 Letters Testamentary RENT: hour E.S.or ofASPHALT PAVwith new bulbs, works General Fund Administration to the person(s) Estate: LOIS L. OLDAKER Estimated BR, 2 story, furnished, Personal Representative: named. Any interested person great just don’t use anySecurity System; cable ING: Driveways, Parking Revenues mainte-Lawnmower objecting to such notice, shall Bradley R. Oldaker more. $ 800 OBO Please Fund Balance 1100 sq.ft w/off street 481,207 + wifi and all utilities Lots, Patchwork, Re-surPO Box 436 file such objection with Carol all 304-613-5057 Leave Proper Taxes Current year 4,790,949 nance J. Smith, Upshur County Clerk, Weston, WV 26452 PriorwelYear Taxes parking. Completely re220,000 Msg,(TFN) included. Small pets face Old Asphalt & Seal Fiduciary Commissioner: the address of which is Room Tax Penalties, Interest & Publication Fees 110,000 101, 40 West Main Street, Daya Masada Wright all applianc- -Product research Property Transfermodeled, Tax 160,000 come; under renovations; Coating Over 30 years Buckhannon, West Virginia 12 North Kanawha Streetof FOR SALE: A Cort Acous- Gas and Oil Severance Tax 120,000 -Technology assistance 26201, within sixty (60) days Buckhannon, WV 26201 es. Quiet neighborhood. Wine & Liquor 400 tic Guitar to withfixed hard-shellincomes. cater Experience, License and ROBERT ZANE after the date of the first Estate: Tax 6,800programcase $400. Call 304-704- Tax Hotel Occupancy -Garage door publication or within thirty (30) SHIPMAN References, background Located in Adrian. Phone Insured. Senior, Veteran, Payment in Lieu of Taxes 4,538 1273 (tfn) days of service of the Notice Personal Representative: Building Permits & Credit check, $750/m 13,000 ming Lounett Faye Shipman of Personal Representative, 304-439-4216(RTFN) & Church Discounts, Miscellaneous Permits 20 whichever is later. The 89 McCartney Drive Federal Payment in$750 Lieu of Taxes FOR SALE – Land Pride Federal Grants I + -Vacation 142,173 monitoring/ utilities, Security Buckhannon, WV 26201 names and addresses of theESTIMATES FREE 30% 155,467 5’ finishing mower, 3 years State Grants Personal Representative and Estate: DONNA R. STARR upkeep Sheriff's Service of Process 19,000 Deposit. No smoking or Representative: the Personal Representative’s DiscountPersonal on all paving. old asking $2800. Call 304-APARTFOR RENT: Sheriff's Earnings 5,000 Carl J. Starr Attorney are set forth below. 704-1273 (tfn) pets! Call C) 304-704County Clerk's Earnings 100,000 -Merchandise assembly All work guaranteed. 238 Mick Hill Road All interested persons are MENTS FURNISHED Circuit Clerk's Earnings Buckhannon, WV 26201 notified that: H) 304-460-7866 Call, text, 30,000 surprise charges. SERVICES Prosecuting Attorney's Earnings 1,000email for AnyNo or Estate: DONALD GAY interested & UNFURNISHED 1 2937, Motor Vehicle License Fee 5,000 WAMSLEY, I person seeking to impeach or (12/2/19) Machine laid Representative: and rolled. details: 681-214-7750 Clerkwith Deed Fees 500 establish a Will must make a Personal & 2 STATE BR’s PAVING” available ALL 45,000 complaint in accordance with Alpha Hope Wamsley Driveways – parking lots Parks & Recreation Fees References available. superiorsolutionswv@ & Concessions 13,878 the provisions of Chapter 41, 364 Lick Run Road Deposit, Refer–Security Basketball courts – re- Rents Franchise Agreement 115,000 WV 26201 Article 5, Sections 11, 12, or Buckhannon,WV HOMES FOR RENT 304-622-4744. Lic. gmail.com https://susurfacing Asphalt – No ences, old & Lease. 13 of the West Virginia Code, Dated this 5th day of April IRP pets. Fees (Interstate Registration Plan) 15,000 patch work - sealcoating Fines, Fees & Court Costs 2019. as amended. 50,000 #014237 (A1/17/19) (tfn) periorsolutions.business. 472-3021 472–Call MACHINE LAID AND or Any interested Carol J. Smith Regional Jail Operations Partial Reimbursement 45,000 person objecting to the County Clerk of Upshur County Interest Earned 200 ROLLED – All work is site/ 6711. NO Sunday calls. qualifications of the personal West Virginia Miscellaneous Revenue 6,500 Guaranteed –Over 40 years FOR RENT: 2 BR Trailer #1029 (4/5,12 /19) representative, venue, or 15,000 STORAGE of experience– Licensed Sheriff's Commission Commissions (RTFN) jurisdiction of this Court are ORDER OF PUBLICATION 40,000 & Insured – Competitive Gaming Income $410. mos. includes warequired to file their objections Video Lottery 55,000 IN THE FAMILY COURT OF Interior and prices and discounts Free Refunds/Reimbursements with this Court within sixty UPSHUR COUNTY, WEST (External Sources) ter, sewage and garbage. WILL DO:29,000 Estimates 304-472-8097 Sale of Fixed Assets (60) days after the date of 1,000 soffit thirty (30) VIRGINIA FOR RENT: WESTON first publication orCOUNTRY WV014137 (tfn) Call for in for info 304- exterior painting, Emergency 911 Reimbursement 862,114 Casey Earl Mills, CLUB CLIHOMES FOR RENT days of service of the notice, PETITIONER and vinyl siding, build Dog & Kennel Reimbursement 65,000 the Upshur County Admin- FIREWOOD FOR SALE: ARBORS is accepting whichever is later. 472-6211(12/11/19) FOR MATE VSCONTROL is Confinement Reimbursements 55,000 CASE NO. 18-D-170 istrative Annex located at O A K H A R DAPARTMENTS W O O D , FOR RENT: 3BR House TAYLOR’S KITCHENS Home decks, power wash and Any interested General School 45,000 Amy Beth Rife, applications for their 1 Reimbursements HELP WANTED 91 West Main Street, Suite FULL SIZE TRUCK RENT person filing a claim against RESPONDENT with 1 car garage and car- AND FURNACES Kraft Magistrate Court Reimbursements Offering 10 x 10 spe11,000 the estate must file within sixty NOTCE OF HEARING stain log 725,336 homes. Call 101, during the normal LOAD OR LARGE 2 port. $800. Mos. plus secu- maid, Saco and Kitchen bedroom apartments, Payroll Reimbursements (60) days of the cial date of first $25.00 month business hours of 8:00 a.m. AXLE TRAILER LOAD rity deposit required. Call Kompact Cabinets and Transfers from Rainy Day Fund TO: Amyfirst Beth Rife 164,912 304-269-1143. (tfn) publication in accordance with featuring spacious livingAssessor1s Valuation Fund until 4:30 P,m,, Monday SAME DAY DELIVERY; 304-472-4110 (4/19/19) Address Unknown 196,464 Vanities, Formica Counter Transfers $100.00 after that 3 Chapter 44, Article 2, Section You are hereby notified that FORFund RENT: Country SetEstimated General Revenues 8,923.042 through Friday or online 3MOST CASES; DELIVJanitor Needed days Aqua-Therm Outside Total 1 or Chapter 43, Article 3-A, on May 28, 2019 at the hour of rooms, furnished kitchFOR924-RENT: 1 BR w/ tops. at http://www.i[sjircpimtu. ERY ANYWHERE. month minimum. CliWood Burners, Pumps, Section 1 of the West Virginia ting, 2 and 3 BR Homes FOR RENT: COZY 2BR, 1 9:00 o’clock a.m. on sail day, Severance Tax aorg/Applicaiton%202017. week in Buckhannon ens Chemicals and 1 full bath.Coal They Code. 6352 (12/30/19) Fans, and Parts ALL STATE PAVING furnished kitchen applior as soon thereafter as the BA, Laundry room. Fenced Assigned Fund Balance 10,000 mate Control, Security The date of the matter may be heard, at the pdf. Completed . 2 blocks from WVWC. YARD SALES most plenty outside wood after 5pm.applicaCall 304Severance Tax 40,000 in yard, New kitchen.or off for have of Coal closet first publication of this Notice Family Court Room on the 3rd Driveways – parking ances, NO smoking tions must be returned to burners. 304-472-7326 and Pest Control Call Interest Earned on Investment 10 street parking. One block is: April 5, 2019 Call for more info. 304the Office of theleave Upshur name 623-4225, Floor of the Upshur County YARD & SALE:pets. Fri - Sat Total Coal Severance 50,010 space, A/C and heat, daily lots – Basketball courts E. ALDERMAN Security deposit (tfn) Estate:JAMES 304-290-4085 or in304Court House Annex the City County Commission on or April 12 &13 (8 am) ga- from Main Street. $750 w/ 642-0327 (tfn.) Personal Representative: deposit, No pets. No calls number, we will call you of Buckhannon, West Virginia, activities with a Resource before the close of business rage at Candleand – resurfacing old Asphalt leaseafter required. Call FIRST Creations Ronald Joe Alderman II 472-4398. (tfn) 8pm 304-997-5377 the Judge of the Family 100 CALLERS General COAL 40 Bethlehem Road on Friday,(12/4/19) April 26, 2019.. Rt 33 Horner. Houseback. Court of Upshur County, West Coordinator 24 ESTIMATED hours EXPENDITURES (4/10/19) (12/9/19) patch TAX work sealWILL RECEIVE A 25% 304-940-0478 Funds –SEVERANCE FUND -French Creek, WV 26218 Office of the Upshur Coun- hold,Tools,Old Glass Virginia will conduct a hearing DISCOUNT; SENIORparking GENERAL GOVERNMENT MISCELLANEOUS Estate: RUTH ANN POLING in this matter. ty Commission Tabatha and much much more. maintenance, County Commission 564,589 coating – MACHINE - CAMPBELL Perry , Assistant County (4/12/19) FOR RENT: 3BR House CITIZENS TAKE AD- County Your presence at this hearing STONEY RUN STORClerk 529,818 - Personal Representative: VANTAGE OF laundry OUR and onsite maLAID AND ROLLED Do you love kids, do FOR RENT: is required to protect your Administrator 91 West with Downtown 1 car garage and Circuit Clerk 352,723 - Martin D. Campbell 1 PAY M E N T P L A N ; AGE - interests Newin Customer this matter. Main Street, Suite 101 carport. $850. Mos. plus chines. Applicants SheriffTreasurer 366,684 – All work is - Guaran5891 Hall Road must LAND SALE you want to make a FORBR Dated: April 9, 2019 furnished Buckhannon, WV 26201. securityapartment. deposit required. SATISFACTION TREE Prosecuting Attorney 569,233 - Buckhannon, WVSpecial! 26201 FOR SALE: 500 lbs. First Month Brian P. Gaudet Circuit Clerk LICENSED be 62 years of age or older Estate: of BOBBY CHARLES for Upshur County, West Assessor 284,693 teed –Over 40 - years Call 304-472-4110 (4/5/19) SERVICE difference? Please do not makeFirst phone Baptist LAND FOR Rent SALE: 1.3 is $800/mon. with AND INSURED; STUMP Assessor's Valuation Propane Tank in good CARPENTER Only $20 Fund 196,464 on any size unit Virginia inquiries about this posi- on Corr H @ Derico, shell OR be 18 older withComputer Network REMOVAL; 24 and HR SERChurch of Buckhannon is utilities. Representative: Statewide 40,000 experience– Licensed - Personal & #1034 (4/12/19) tion. Employment with bldg, utilities, (cabin? Security FOR RENT: deposit 3 BR House VICE; NORTH CENTRAL Agricultural Agentshape just needs new 5x10, 10x10 or 10x20. 113,108 - Kimberly D. Overton a disability . There are Upshur County available m/home? Insured – Competitive seeking a ispart-time Stu- Bsns?) 30485 Cove View Lane on the Buckhannon River Elections County Clerk 88,221 WV; OVER 15 YEARS ORDER OF PUBLICATION and first month’s rent and gauge. $500. OBO call Call Today! 472-5622. to all qualified applicants 823-2533 wvgreen@fron- includes garage and storage EXPERIENCE; ALSO County Administrator 101,293 - Ripley, WV 25271 IN THE FAMILY COURT OF income restrictions . For prices and discounts Free dent CAROLYN PEARL UPSHUR COUNTY, WEST without Ministry regard to actualDirector 844,624 10,010 Estate: references required. For DOING tier,,com. (4/24/19) building. Deck overlooks 304-613-5057 leave msg. COMMERCIAL Courthouse (tfn) CARPENTER 74,800 Estimates 304-472-8097 or perceived race,creed, VIRGINIA the river. When you call TREE CUTTING CALL Other Buildings 130,000 - Personal Representative: Michael Paul Wagoner, color,national origin,sexIF I DO NOT PICK UP (304) 613-5820 “**** Data Processing (TFN) HOUES FOR SALE Kimberly D. Overton Regional Development Authority 27,892 PETITIONER WV01413720,000 (tfn) 85 Cove View Lane ,age or handicap. Usphur PLEASE LEAVE YOUR S E N I O R C I T I Z E N S Industrial Development VS CASE NO. 18-D-179 PETS County has established a H O M E / FA R M F O R N A M E A N D T E L E - TAKE ADVANTAGE OF Airports 164,912 20,000 Ripley, WV 25271 Christian Marie Wagoner, drug free and tobacco free SALE: 45 Acres for sale PHONE NUMBER. I OUR PAYMENT PLAN; County Clerk Operations Estate: KATHLEEN WALLS 5,428 RESPONDENT FOR SALE: TANNING CLEAVENGER work environment. NOTCE OF HEARING with 2 beautiful homes, WILL CALL RETURN SATISFACTION TREE TAYLOR’S KITCHENS Personal Representative: TO: Christian Marie Wagoner TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT 4,454,482 50,010 BED: new bulbs, works (4/ 15,19,22/19) free gas to one dwelling, YOUR CALL. The rent is SERVICE LICENSED Phillip G. Walls Address Unknown AND FURNACES Kraft CABIN LANE KENand marketable timber. The $700. a month plus utilities. AND INSURED; STUMP 41 Mount Vista Drive You are hereby notified that PUBLIC SAFETYgreat just don’t use any- Entry level position available for a Multi-Media Sales Consultant Propane gas central heat or Valley Bend, WV 26293 property and homes will not REMOVAL; 24 HR SERon April 23, 2019 at the hour of HELP WANTED: Looking Sheriff- Law Enforcement 844,013 maid, Saco and- Kitchen NELS Are you Planning Estate: GEORGE TAYLOR 9:00 o’clock a.m. on sail day, stoves. Must havetrain. No experience necessary, will MUST BE pellet more. VICE; NORTH CENTRAL Sheriff- Service of Process $800 OBO Please 85,719 for a reliable caregiver for be separated. DOUGLAS a good credit score. Has WV; and a vacation or asor soon thereafter as the SOLD TOGETHER. OVER 21 YEARS Regional Jail 900,000 Kompact Cabinets a week-end Work outside the office,Lo-meeting with clients and prospective elderly, Non-mobile person Personal Representative: call 304-613-5057 Leave most appliances. Call Bill matter may be heard, at the Home Confinement 80,356 cated on Mt Carmel Road EXPERIENCE; ALSO for overnight shift,MUST Sharon Miller Vanities, Formica Countclients at their places of business. Some may make telephone sales calls Family Court Room on and the 3rd get-a-way? Come 2,150 - 214 Randolph Street provide references. Call right past the Washington between 8am and 9pm. at DOING COMMERCIAL Civil Defense Msg. (TFN) Floor of the Upshur County Services 200,098 er tops. Aqua-Therm - Buckhannon, WV 26201 (3/27/19) as information well—calling prospects, attempting to sell our advertising and Grade School on 304-472-7467. TREE CUTTINGspace, AND Emergency for more 703- District visit our cozy retreat Court House Annex in the City 862,114 - Estate: LOWELL W. ELBON Tallmansville appointments Road, SNOW REMOVAL CALL Communication Center 216-4892 (4/26/19) of Buckhannon, West Virginia, arrangingthe follow-up with interested prospects. Fire Department 15,000 Outside Wood - Burners, Co-Personal Representative: for your pet. PrivateUpshur County. If you are FOR RENT: 1 BR, all ap- 613-5820 (gtfn) the Judge of the Family Dog Warden/Humane Society 198,191 - David K. Elbon FOR SALE: Land Pride Court of Upshur County, West looking for some beautiful Flood Control 3,900 Pumps, Fans, Chemicals - 1245 Abbott Roadly owned, Owner on HELP WANTED: Part- land, wildlife viewing, and pliances $700. per month. Virginia will conduct a hearing Public Safety Grants 174,458 - Buckhannon, WV 26201 All utilities included except 5’ finishing mower, 3 ADVANCE-FEE LOANS in this matter. time library and custodial country living CHECK outside Representative: Courthouse Security 50,568 and Parts for most - Co-Personal premises, Personalized phone. Call 304-472-7310 OR CREDIT OFFERS Your presence at this hearing gelper/ must be comput- THIS PROPERTY OUT. Community Based Corrections 353,445 Gary L. Elbon years oldProgram asking $1500. ( 4/15/19) is required to protect your Companies that do business wood burners. -304-472er friendly to compilete Call 304-472-5609. (tfn) forin this your pet, 1279 Abbott Roadattention interests matter. by phone cannot ask you to Call 304-704-1273 (tfn) 7326 (tfn) lira duties/ work flexible Buckhannon, WV 26201 Dated: April 10, 2019 Affordable rates, Conve3,770,012 - Fiduciary Commissioner: afternoons, evenings unFOR RENT: 3 BR, 2 BATH pay for credit before you get TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY Brian P. Gaudet Circuit Clerk APARTMENTS FOR - Daya Masada Wright til 6 p.m. and Saturday home located in Buckhan- it. For more information, HEALTH AND SANITATION for Upshur County, West nient hours of operation. RENT Mental Health 2,500 - North Kanawha Street Virginia afternoons. Send resume non,WV $700. per month call toll-free 1-877-FTC Solid Waste Authority 11,779 Buckhannon, WV 26201 FOR SALE: country crib (4/12/19)Heating Kennels#1032 feature: with references to: Library plus utilities. Call 304-573- HELP. A public service FIRST 100 CALLERS Estate: BUCK OAKIE FRYE FOR RENT: 1 BR, fully message from The Record Board, P.O. 731, Buckhan4302 (3/18/19) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOTAL HEALTH ensemble & SANITATION w/ mobile $50, 14,279 - Personal Representative: & air condition; furnished Cottage in BuckWILL RECEIVEGailann A 25% Delta and the Federal Trade UPSHUR COUNTY,SpaWEST non, WV 26201. (4/17/19) Frye hannon. mos. commission plus Excellent base pay$750. plus and full company benefits VIRGINIA Commission. It is illegal for NWT 0-3 mon. Baby boy 153 South Kanawha Street cious kennels and runs; DISCOUNT; SENIOR security deposit. NO pets FOR RENT: 1 BR home companies doing business CULTURE AND RECREATION IN RE: FRANKLIN W. K., DATE Buckhannon, WV 26201 OF play BIRTH: area; BIRTH MOTHER: HELP WANTED: Techincludes full bath, washer./ by phone to promise you Parks & Recreation outfits, Angel care video, call for more information To apply email jaustin@therecorddelta.com DANE I.Fenced-in GRUBB Lov150,953 CITIZENS TAKE - Estate: ADPLACE OF BIRTH: CASE NO: nician or out Buckhannon 304-704-2937 (5/3/19) dryer, television. central a loan and ask you to pay Youth Camp 148,198 - Co-Personal Representative: allegedor to bee-mail abused and ing care.Infant Call Joseph Grubb location. Job includes, but heat/ac No smoking No for it before they deliver. Civic Promotion motion, sound monitor OUR 28,000 VANTAGE OF - James neglected 11/11/2018 not limited to. setup of pets $600. per month $600. For more information, Visitor1s Bureau in box w/ tripod $40, 3,400 - 242 Seneca Circle Samantha P. for information and/or FOR RENT: Downtown WV 25213 SAT119,508 PAYMENT PLAN; - Winfield, new equipment, service, security deposit, call 304- call toll free 1-877-FTC Library Co-Personal Representative: Upshur County, West Virginia Apt, 1050 Sq Ft, 2 Beds & monkey bouncy $10, girl & forklift operation. Please 613-8773 (4/10/19) 19.JA-S directions; Reservations ISFACTION TREE SERHELP. A public service Robert Manley 1 Bath, Hardwood Floors, TOTAL CULTURE & RECREATION 450,059 NOTICE send resume to : State 7 Third Avenue message from The Record rock n play $10, Antique Lots of Closets, New paint, welcome. Owner: TO: J A Patty C O B VICE LICENSED AND Equipment Inc, 370 Old Buckhannon, WV 26201 Central Heat & A/C, Gas FOR RENT: Country set- Delta and the Federal Trade SOCIAL SERVICES KEENER OR THE NATURAL Estate: WILLIAMStamm, E. HARRIS Weston Rd, Buckhannon dome-top chest $150 firm P.O. Box 355 Social Services 79,410 Commission. (tfn). FATHER OF THE CHILD, ting homes for rent. Call for INSURED; STUMP REFireplace. Carport, No Personal Representative: WV 26201 (4/17/19) TOTAL SOCIAL SERVICES 79,410 FRANKLIN Pets, No Smoking, $750. details 304-642-0327 (tfn) 681-495-4452(tfn) James Lloyd Harris Jane Lew, WV 26378 CAPITAL PROJECTS MOVAL; 24 HR804SERW. K. AND/OR ANY AND ALL George Street Mos. Call 304-472-0988. E.S. ASPHALT PAVING: Social Services 3,000 WHO CLAIM PARENTAL Belpre, OH 45714 HELP WANTED: Hiring (4/22/19) (304) 884-7311 MOBILE HOMES FOR Driveways, Parking Lots, Sheriff-Law Enforcement CENA N D / O R C(tfn) USTODIAL 34,000 VICE; NORTH Estate: JOHN PAUL HUDAK Full/Part time teachers for RIGHTS IN AND TO THE RENT 117,800 Patchwork, Resurface Old County Commission SERVICES Personal Representative: TRAL WV; OVER 21 Nursery & Preschool classCHILD FRANKLIN W. K. Asphalt & Seal Coating. Shirley A. Hudak FOR RENT: 1 BR, furYOU, AND EACH OF YOU, rooms. M-F Daytime hrs. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 154,800 - 172 Fayette Street YEARS EXPERIENCE; nished apt, Smoke Free, FOR RENT: Nice clean 1 Over 30 years Experience. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Send resumes to T.W.T. Po HELP WANTED

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR RENT: 24 hour woman. Pleaseto calldo for justAPTS that! The focus HELP WANTED: Life- more information 304-473- Camera Security System; will be on serving grades guards, Admissions Work- 7885 (4/19/2019) cable + wifi and all utilities ers, Concession Stan WorkSmall pets wel6-12 andincluded. assisting with ers and an Assistant Mancome; under renovations; A D V A N C E F E E WILL DO: Interior and children’scaterministry. ager. Buckhannon-Upshur to fixed incomes. exterior painting, soffit Located in Adrian. Phone Recreational Park, LOANS OR The CREDIT No degree necessary and vinyl siding, build office of the Upshur County 304-439-4216.(RTFN) OFFERS Companies decks, power wash and Commission is -acceptbut experience log homes. Call ministry 304ing applications for the that do business bystain phone FOR Please RENT: APARTencouraged. confollowing positions: life- 269-1143(4/29/19) MENTS FURNISHED & cannot ask you to pay for tact Pastor guards,admission workers, UNFURNISHED – 1 & Jay Teodoro ESTATE concession stand workers 2BR’s. Security Deposit, credit before you getREAL it. AUCTION and an assistant manager at jayteodoro44@gmail. References, & Lease. No for themore 2019 park seaFor information, pets.church Call 472-3021 comRanch or the officeor son, beginning mid-May 3 Bedroom Brick 472-6711. No Sunday calls. call toll-freethrough 1-877-FTC Real Estate Auction Thursand continuing 304-472-4789 (RTFN) (TFN) day, May 9th at 5:00 PM mid-August. HELP. AIndividuals public service who worked at the park 227 Evergreen Drive, Elmessage from kins ReWV , 3BR. 2 Bath FOR RENT: WESTON facility during the previousThe FOR accepting SQFT, ARBORS is season(s) and have returned home, 1248+/- FIREWOOD cord Delta and the Fedfor their 1 bedthe notification of intent to fireplace, covered back applications SALE work letter do notCommission. need to porch & patio1 car heated room apartments, featuring eral Trade complete an application garage with storage above, spacious living rooms, It is illegal companies heated brick storage build- furnished kitchens and 1 unless he or she is for interested ing with electric, Amish full bath. They have plenty in an assistant manager doing business by phone FIREWOOD FOR SALE: space, A/C and RE of closet position. Lifeguards must built storage building, to promise you loan Terms: 10 % down pay- heat, dailey activities with be certified with CPR and a OAK HARDWOOD, First Aid endorsements and ment made day of auction a Resource Coordinator and ask you to pay for at closing SIZE 24 hours TRUCK maintenance, concession stand workers w/ balance dueFULL w/in 60 days. 10 % BP. parking and onsite laundry mustbefore have a valid WV Food deliver. it they LOAD OR LARGE 2 Handlers Card. Applicants JOE PYLE COMPLETE machines. Applicants must For more information, be 62 years ofLOAD age or older AUCTION &AXLE REALTYTRAILER with current certifications SERVICE WV212 Joe OR be 18 and older with will betoll givenfree preference. call 1-877-FTC SAME DELIVa disability . There are Alan DAY Reimbursements of re- R. Pyle, Broker. Heldreth WV2224 5546 income restrictions . For HELP. A public quired certifications will service ERY; MOST CASES; be made to employs that Benedum Drive, Shinn- more information please message from The Re- 875-1599. E L I Vcontact E RY304-269-7344 A N Y-or are available and completer ston, WV (888)D TDD 1-800-855-1155 the 2019Delta season. Interested cord and the(4/12,19,26 Fed- /19). WHERE. 304-924-6352 Equal Housing Opportuindividuals may obtain an eral Trade Commission. nity. HUD (tfn) application from front the FIREWOOD FOR (03/20/20) Office of the Upshur CounSALE (tfn). ty Commission located at

more information, call 304-380-2958 (12/2/19)

FOR SALE: 1996 Oldsmobile Achieva Car. 4 Upshur County Commission Levy Estimate (Budget) door, automatic, Has lots 2019-2020 Fiscal Year of new parts, runs great , STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA body in real good condiCounty of: Upshur, West Virginia tion. $3000. or OBO. call 304-613-5057 and leave a In accordance with WV Code §II -8-I 0, as amended, the Upshur County Commission proceeded message. (TFN) to make an estimate of the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of taxes for the current

Career Opportunity

No pets, quiet and clean. BR trailer in quiet secure License and Insured. Se- Total Expenditures Box 36 Junior WV 26275. Walking distance to town park in Tennerton. All nior, Veteran, & Church or call 304-823-2911 EOE. and Wesleyan College. furnishings, Smoke Free, Discounts. FREE ESTI- STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA

$

8,923,042

$ 50,010

Buckhannon, WV 26201 Estate: JAMES EDWARD JAMISON Personal Representative:

THAT: 1.A petition has been filed in the above styled action alleging


LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Page 5

FROM THE COVER

Parade from Page 1 A special Thank You to Robert “Bob” Golden for helping with the lineup. We would like to thank everyone that participated and those that came out to enjoy the parade. The parade video is available on the Locally Lewis Facebook for those of you who may have missed it or for those of you who may want to watch it again or share it with friends and family members on social media. Gobble from Page 1 Moore, 16, followed by Emily Louk, 19, with a 20:08.5, and in third place 13-year-old Jack Waggy with 21.08.5. The oldest racer was 85-year-old Robert Cole of Buckhannon and the youngest was 7-year old Kaden Bragg, grandson of Frank and Mary Ellen Bragg of Jane Lew, and son of Aaron and Megan Bragg of Lake Floyd. Kaden’s grandparents were delighted with his 22nd place finish. Proud Grandmother Mary Ellen Bragg said, “This was his first race and we are so excited that he has taken an interest in running. He runs up and down our driveway and out in the field. We were shocked that he did so well for his age.” The race was one of the monthly races organized by the Hospital and members of the Pace Yourself Lewis County walk/run team. The group has created a twelve-month circuit for the 2020 race season. The next race will be held on Saturday, December 14, at the SJMH track in the back of the Hospital. This will be the third year for the Christmas Cookies and Cocoa Walk Run. The 2019 Gobble Gallop racers, placement, and times are as follows: Overall Place Racer name 1 Jacob Moore 2 Emily Louk 3 Jack Waggy 4 Robert Rosano 5 Jacob Chapman 6 Brian Skidmore 7 Amy Dunkin 8 Matt Herrald 9

Age 16 19 13 41 15 53 48 24

Maxwell Nicholson 9

Gender M F M M M M F M

Finish time 20:05.5 20:08.5 21:08.5 22:04.4 24:26.0 26:16.1 26:23.4 26:35.2

M

27:07.7

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Alissa Lipps 36 Jeanette Woods 42 Jacki Hall 35 Robert Smith 58 Jonelle Swiger 41 Ron Cedeno 47 Kristy Rosano 40 Beth Eddy 38 Herb Curtis 39 Khori Lowther 21 Steve Williston 38 Tiffany Curtis 19 KADEN BRAGG 7 Wilson Harvey 24 Jamie Breen 41 Kevin Boring 51 Ashley Miller 25 Sherri Skidmore 49 Jeanne Lauk 48 Nelia Nicholson 13 Tasha Coulthart 27 Melissa Oldaker 45 Tina Cunningham 45 Ashley Williston 34 Kristi Gannon 44 Hannah Breen 22 Mike Casada 40 Alexis Casada 17 Orie Wyatt 30 Timothy Wyatt 53 Tracy Casada 40 John Breen 54 Cassidy Lassiter 27 Robert Cole 85 Amy Beckner 39

F F F M F M F F M F M F M M F M F F F F F F F F F F M F M M F M F M F

27:14.6 27:25.4 27:26.2 27:44.0 27:51.7 29:31.8 29:54.6 30:18.1 30:38.9 31:05.4 31:29.7 32:22.3 32:36.5 32:52.3 33:33.9 35:21.8 35:48.0 35:52.5 35:54.6 36:00.7 37:40.1 39:00.7 39:02.0 40:30.5 41:24.0 41:25.0 42:04.2 42:06.6 42:46.7 42:47.8 43:39.0 46:03.3 47:37.5 48:23.5 49:32.0

46 47 48 49 50 51 - - - - - -

Monica Rogers Charles Keene Terry Williston Tawney Wyatt Suehana Wyatt Jon Wyatt Leslie Harrison Beth Allman Ryan Casada Lisa Alfred Sawyer Swiger Briana Payne

F M F F F M F M M F M F

49:52.7 51:02.9 53:00.1 54:18.7 56:04.0 56:24.8

45

Allison McWhorter 26

51 74 62 53 29 31 43 62 20 54 12 34

F

49:51.2

Miracle from Page 1 Street, will be blocked off to help make the event safer for people in attendance. Drivers should make note of the street closure, and have alternate travel routes when passing through the area. Guests will be able to shop from numerous craft vendors set up at the event. There will be food vendors offering kettle corn, chicken, barbecue, and much more. In addition to food and craft vendors, a tent set up at the corner of First Street and Main Avenue for children’s games. Other events include horse drawn sleigh rides, best decorated storefront, tree lighting, best decorated vendor booth, Kids’ costume contest/parade, kids’ games, food vendors, small business vendors, theme shirts, live nativity, s’mores, auction, face painting, cookie baking contest, Christmas wreath decorating contest, and more. Santa will make an appearance at the event to be sure his gift giving lists are up to date.

We Want Your Old Photos

Submit to jclise@therecorddelta.com

Mon Health SJMH will celebrate baby friendly designation

Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital (SJMH) is proud to announce that it has achieved the highly prestigious international Baby-Friendly Designation after

a rigorous review process conducted by Baby-Friendly USA, the organization responsible for bestowing this certification in the United States.

As part of that achievement, SJMH will have a Baby Friendly Celebration and Reception to thank staff and other organizations, who helped make this designation

possible. The reception will be held on Tuesday, December 10, in the SJMH Boardroom at noon. Light refreshments will be served.

First Lady Justice presents 2nd Rhododendron Award

PHOTO SUBMITTED

Tammy Jordan, right, founder and president of Fruits of Labor, Inc. in Rainelle, WV – was presented the award during a ceremony at the Governor’s Reception Room inside the State Capitol Building in Charleston by First Lady Cathy Justice. CHARLESTON – First Lady Cathy Justice presented her second ever Rhododendron Award recently to a woman who has dedicated her life to using West Virginia’s abundant natural resources to help rehabilitate those struggling with substance use disorder and to assist others in avoiding addiction. The First Lady’s Rhododendron Award recognizes individuals in West Virginia who have demonstrated goodness and worked for the betterment of their communities. In particular, this award seeks to recognize the “unsung heroes” throughout West Vir-

ginia, whose work has made a significant difference in the lives of others. Tammy Jordan – Founder and President of Fruits of Labor, Inc. in Rainelle, WV – was presented the award during a ceremony at the Governor’s Reception Room inside the State Capitol Building in Charleston today. Fruits of Labor, Inc. is a nationally certified culinary arts and agricultural education training center, focusing on addiction prevention and treatment. “It really is just an incredible place that caters to helping all kinds of people – people

who want to rehabilitate their lives, or people who just need guidance for a good head start,” First Lady Justice said. “Tammy and her team are constantly mentoring and teaching, they’re kind, and they’re exactly the kind of people we need in West Virginia to solve our opioid problem.” Fruits of Labor, Inc. is the only American Culinary Federation-certified program in West Virginia. Their farm-totable culinary and agricultural training curriculum provides industry-relevant education opportunities in a safe environment. The program also offers intensive personal and profes-

sional development to improve future job opportunities. “It’s so powerful to be able to reach out and touch lives and say we are here with you, we believe in you,” Jordan said. “Sometimes, out of the greatest challenges, rise opportunities to recover above and beyond and we speak that every day to our students that not only are we living in the recovery effort of our community, we are embracing the recovery effort of individuals. “I truly appreciate the award, for you thinking of us, and for the opportunity to share our story today.”


LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

Page 6

Clise’s Cornucopia By John Clise Editor

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. I know I sure ate until I got my fill of turkey all of the trimmings. We had a friend stop over for Thanksgiving dinner. That was a nice surprise. It’s nice to be able to celebrate important holidays with good friends. The cats enjoyed their part of Thanksgiving dinner. We definitely had more than enough for dinner and meals after. We were even able to freeze some to enjoy later. Bob Billeter, the publisher at The Weston Democrat, and my last boss there passed away over the weekend. He was 93. His obituary is on page three of this edition. I’ve worked at several newspapers since then, but he was the last person I worked for/with that understood the passion that should go into putting out a newspaper. He let me do my thing as a reporter. Over the years I have missed those chaotic and sometimes hostile Tuesdays putting out the weekly edition. Same as when George Whelan was my boss at the Democrat. There was a comradery there that really no longer exists in newspapers today. I noticed the change in the newsroom beginning about 10 years ago. Newsrooms aren’t intended to be safe spaces. They are places where excellence is expected. Tempers flare, voices are raised and sometimes even foul language can be heard. I’ve been told I’m a relic of the past. That may be true. But I’ve never given someone a pass because I was afraid they wouldn’t give me a story in the future or because I thought the personal relationship was important than the story. The story has always been paramount to me. It seems that is how things are covered these days. Candy coating the truth to ensure future stories. That’s just giving in to a source because you allow them to hold you hostage rather than hold their feet to fire to be sure they do their job; to be sure they tell the truth; to be sure they follow the law; to be sure you are bringing objective news coverage to your readers. If that makes me a relic of another era, well then I guess I am. I can live with that and sleep at night knowing I did what was right by my profession. December 6 is National Miner’s Day. Despite federal efforts to ensure safe working conditions for miners, they have one of the most difficult and dangerous jobs you can imagine. To recognize their efforts, Congress has declared December 6 National Miners Day. Why? Our entire economy depends on them. On this holiday, we should all take a moment to think about the many ways that miners play a role in our daily lives. Mined materials contribute to things like roads, houses, cars and computers. We wouldn’t be able to get much done without their hard work. On November 4, 2009, Congress designated National Miners Day a national holiday “in appreciation, honor, and remembrance of the accomplishments and sacrifices of the miners of the nation.” December 7 of course is National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. A day of infamy, the day Japan attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor, is commemorated with the National Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance each year on December 7. On that day in 1941, more than 2,400 people died in Japan’s attack on the Hawaiian base of America’s Pacific Fleet. Hundreds of aircraft were destroyed or damaged, as were most of the ships in the harbor, and thousands of service men and women were killed or injured. It was an unprecedented surprise attack that precipitated the United States entry into WW II as we sided with the Allies and declared war on Japan. On a much lighter note. December 9 is National Llama Day. Llamas aren’t just adorable, majestic creatures. They’re also a big help to people all over the world. National Llama Day is the perfect day to appreciate one of the fuzziest farm animals around. Did you know they’re also smart, social and produce very soft wool? Some live as long as 30 years! Whether you’re cuddling up with your favorite llama or sharing some fun llama facts with your friends and family, December 9 is your day to celebrate.

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

FB.COM/RECORDDELTA

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

COMMUNITY

By Pat Ridpath Community Columnist

Pat’s Chat

My beautiful family has returned to Walkerton, Indiana!  I was tearful after they left.  (So was Robin, but don’t tell her that I told you that.)  We love having Chuck and Scott (her siblings) close by, and it is even more precious when Chuck’s children and grandchildren come for a short visit.  My great-grandchildren, Alexander (age 14), Jack (age 12), Julia May (age 10) get to visit once a year at Thanksgiving time.  All my children and grandchildren are Bucklew’s except Chuck’s daughter and her son, whose names are Bucholtz.  The boys are very tall already.  They grow so much in a year. Chuck’s other grandson, Otto Bucholtz, comes less often from Florida.  Scott’s son lives here in Buckhannon, which means a lot to me.  What with a combined birthday get together in November and then Thanksgiving, we have all been busy.  We have Christmas with the Indiana grands when they come for Thanksgiving.  So I am going to quote a favorite Bible chapter from my devotional paraphrased Bible called Clear Word instead of writing a Pat’s Chat.  I hope you all enjoy it. This is Romans chapter 10 from Clear Word:  “Broth-

ers, my most earnest desire and constant prayer to God is that all Israel be saved.  I’m the first to acknowledge that they are very zealous for God, but it is not based on true knowledge and insight.  They don’t seem to understand what God has done to put them right with Him.  Too many people are trying to earn their way into heaven instead of depending on what God has already done for them.  Christ’s sacrifice should make it evident that law-keeping is not a means of salvation.  Righteousness comes from faith in Christ, not from keeping the law. “Moses said, ‘The man whose righteousness is rooted in the law will have to live or die on the basis of what the law says.’  Our righteousness comes by faith, not in what we can do for ourselves, but in what God has already done for us.  That’s why Moses also said.  Don’t be tempted in your heart to think that your right-doing will bring Christ down from heaven.  Or, don’t be tempted to think that your right-doing will have anything to do with raising Christ up from the dead.’  Then he said, ‘God’s message of salvation

is right here with you.  He’s written His law in your hearts and put His word in your mouths.’  That’s the same faith that I’m proclaiming.   If you confess with your mouth that Jesus Christ is your Savior and Lord and in your heart believe that God raised Him from the dead, you will have the kind of relationship with God that you need.  Faith is a matter of the heart.  It is by faith that we come to Christ and are justified.  So we live for God, not in order to be saved,  but because we are saved.  As the scriptures say, ‘anyone who believes in Him will never be disappointed.’  There is no difference between Jews and Gentiles.  The same God is Lord of all and responds to anyone who calls on Him for help.’  The Scriptures also say, ‘Whoever calls on the Lord will be saved.’ “How can anyone call on God if he doesn’t believe that He exists?  How can anyone put his faith in Christ if he’s never even heard about Him?  And how can he hear about Him if no one tells him?  And how can someone go and preach to others unless he is sent?  That’s why Isaiah

said, ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who bring us good news from the Lord and tell us about His plan of salvation.’  But not everyone in Israel has accepted this good news.  Isaiah also said, “Lord, no one believes what we’re telling them.’  So faith comes from listening to what God says including His word about the Lord Jesus Christ. “Let me ask you, Didn’t they hear God’s message?  Yes, they heard it.  It is written, ‘The voice of God through His creation reaches to the ends of the earth; its word sounds throughout the world.’  Let me ask again, Did Israel really not understand?  No, they knew and understood.  Moses spoke for God, saying, ‘I will make you jealous by what I do for others, for those who have not been called as a nation as you have.  I will disturb your complacency by speaking to those who do not know and understand.’  “This message was confirmed by Isaiah when he wrote boldly for God, ‘I will be found by those who haven’t looked for me.  I will reveal myself to those who haven’t asked about me.’  About Israel, He said, ’Every day I have stretched out my hands of love to a disobedient and stubborn people.”   Jack J. Blanco, Clear Word, (Printed in USA, copyright 2003) Romans 10, p. 1177.  Maranatha

CHARLESTON – The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. Dec. 1, 1797: Journalist and politician John S. Gallaher was born in Martinsburg. He owned or managed several Whig newspapers and was instrumental in establishing the free school system in Virginia. He played a prominent role in having early railroads routed through the Eastern Panhandle. Dec. 2, 1859: Abolitionist John Brown was hanged in Charles Town for treason for his raid on the U.S. Armory at Harpers Ferry six weeks earlier. While Brown’s raid had failed miserably, his capture and hanging had a much greater impact on national events. Brown’s actions set off shockwaves across the country. In the North, many hailed him as a hero. In the South, he was viewed as a villain and a true reflection of the North’s intended war on slavery. Tensions mounted in the days leading up to Brown’s execution. Rumors of a massive jailbreak circulated in both the North and South. The jail and gallows were guarded by Virginia troops, including Major Thomas Jackson—later to be known as “Stonewall.” As Brown was brought to the gallows, he handed off a note that read, “I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land can never be purged away but with blood.” Perhaps more than any other event, Brown’s death hastened a cascade of events that culminated with the first shots of the Civil War

16 months later. Dec. 2, 1933: The Charles Town Race Track opened shortly after West Virginia legalized racing and parimutuel betting. The Jefferson County complex contained 22 buildings and included 12 stables. Dec. 3, 1787: James Rumsey demonstrated the steam engine he invented on the Potomac River near Shepherdstown. This was 20 years before Robert Fulton’s boat, though the Fulton design was more practical, and it is Fulton who is honored today as the inventor of the steamboat. Dec. 3, 1871: Statesman Newton Diehl Baker was born in Martinsburg. Appointed by President Woodrow Wilson, Baker served as secretary of war from 1916 to 1921. Baker oversaw U.S. involvement in World War I. Dec. 3, 1921: Operatic soprano Phyllis (Smith) Curtin was born in Clarksburg. She made her debut with the New York City Opera in 1953, where she sang both classical and modern repertoire. Dec. 3, 1949: WSAZ-TV provided the first telecast of a Marshall College (now University) basketball game. The television station, the 72nd in the nation and the first in West Virginia, was an affiliate of WSAZ radio station. Dec. 4, 1901: Construction of the present Cabell County courthouse was completed. An extensive remodeling was completed in 1940. Dec. 4, 1883: Social reformer Stella Fuller was born Stella Lawrence Cremeans in Point Pleasant. In the 1940s, Fuller opened a relief operation on Huntington’s Washington Avenue. Eventually, the Stella Fuller Settlement

expanded into the area’s largest haven for the disadvantaged and homeless. Dec. 5, 1892: Daniel D. T. Farnsworth died at the age of 73 in Buckhannon. As state senate president, Farnsworth succeeded Governor Boreman, who resigned in the last days of his term after being elected as a U.S. senator by the state legislature. Dec. 6, 1814: Tyler County was formed. The county was named for John Tyler, governor of Virginia (1808–11) and father of President John Tyler. Dec. 6, 1865: Artist Annie Virginia Latham Bartlett was born in Grafton. Her clay sculptures included conventional busts as well as figurines interpreting West Virginia’s historic and cultural past, with such titles as ‘The Moonshiner.’’Dec. 7, 1940:

Radio station WAJR-AM in Morgantown began broadcasting. In 1949, it became the flagship station for a statewide network (now the Mountaineer Sports Network) distributing broadcasts of West Virginia University football and basketball games. Dec. 7, 1941: The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. The USS West Virginia suffered massive damage from torpedoes and bombs. Two officers, including the captain, and 103 crew members died. e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia is a project of the West Virginia Humanities Council. For more information, contact the West Virginia Humanities Council, 1310 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston, WV 25301; (304) 3468500; or visit e-WV at www. wvencyclopedia.org.

This week in West Virginia history

John Brown

We want allNeeding youra furever local Needing a furev homenews

LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE LEWIS COUNTY COMMUN Serving all of Lewis County, West Virginia

Copyright 2019

Copyright 2019

email jclise@therecorddelta.com Wednesday, JulyServing 24, 2019 all of Lewis County, West Virginia 304-472-2800

Wednesday, July 24, 2019


Wednesday, December 4, 2019

LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

PHOTOGRAPHS

Weston Christmas Parade 2019

Page 7

REBECCA CLISE/Lewis County Community Guide


Page 8

Manchin announces $450K for defense research at WVU

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), member of the Senate Armed Services Committee and the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $451,523 for West Virginia University (WVU) through the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP). Funding will support the research and development of military defense technology. “West Virginians have helped shape our nation and support our military through research, manufacturing, and coal mining for over a century and we have a proud tradition of supporting our servicemembers and Veterans. These awards show that WVU is a world class research institution, and I am glad to see this investment into our state ensures that West Virginians will continue to develop technology that protects our great country and our servicemembers. As a member of both the Senate Armed Services Committee and the Senate Appropriations Committee, I will continue to advocate for funding that supports this type of research and development,” said Senator Manchin.

LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY GUIDE

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Looking for furever homes

PHOTO SUBMITTED

Tag By Tara Kennedy Editor BUCKHANNON — The Lewis-Upshur Animal Control Facility needs help finding furever homes for Tag and Bowie. Volunteers from Luv 4 Animals and The Animal Outreach Project would also like to encourage pet owners to make accommodations for cold weather by ensuring their outdoor animals have sufficient housing and bedding. Please contact these groups on Facebook if you need assistance.

Tag is a handsome brindle Pit mix brought in by Upshur County Animal Control, but his owners have not came looking for him yet. He is two years old and weighs 44 pounds. Tag is super sweet and loves treats. He gets along great with female dogs and seems interested in male dogs, so a slow introduction would be best. Tag has already been neutered and loves attention. Bowie is an adorable Shephard/Mastiff mix. He is just a puppy at only four months old

WHEELING — Shawn Andrew Hunt, of Weston, West Virginia, has admitted to methamphetamine distribution, U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced. Hunt, age 27, pled guilty to one count of “Possession

with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine.” Hunt admitted to distributing methamphetamine in Marshall County in February 2019.   Hunt is facing up to 30 years incarceration and a fine of up to $2,000,000.

Bowie

PHOTO SUBMITTED

and weighs 32 pounds. Bowie is very playful and has not been neutered yet. He likes other dogs but chases cats, so he needs someone to help him work on that. Bowie loves attention and he would really like to meet his new furever family soon. Tag and Bowie, as well as many other loving cats and dogs, are available for adoption at the Lewis-Upshur Animal Control Facility located on Mud Lick Road in Buckhannon, so stop by and find the perfect pet for your family. Adopt, don’t shop!

L-UAC is always in need of volunteers if you are looking for a rewarding and worthwhile cause to assist. Donations of food and pet supplies are always welcome. L-UAC is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to noon, or you can call (304) 472-3865. If you need assistance with proper animal housing, bedding or any other pet needs, please contact Luv 4 Animals or The Animal Outreach Project on Facebook.

Lewis County man admits to drug charge Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the actual sentence imposed will be based upon the seriousness of the offenses and the prior criminal history, if any, of the defendant. Assistant U.S. Attorney Danae DeMasi-Lemon is pros-

ecuting the case on behalf of the government. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Moundsville Police Department investigated. Senior U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp, Jr. presided.

*Guaranteed not to clog for as long as you own your home, or we will clean your gutters for free

YOUR MOTHER will think she’s in a 5-STAR

HOTEL

OV

ER

2

ion mitlilsfiedrs This holiday season, make your home guest-ready sa ome cust

with a new bathtub or shower from Bath Fitter.

DON’T WAIT! Cut out to use at your consultation.

SAVE % OR INTEREST % FOR 24 MONTHS

10

*

1-833-288-4615 1Tub-to-shower conversions and fiberglass replacements typically require a two-day installation. 2Lifetime warranty valid for as long as you own your home. *Offer ends 12/15/2019. Minimum deposit required. Terms of promotional financing are 24 months of zero interest from the date of installation. See representative for details. Qualified buyers only. Minimum purchase required. All offers apply to a complete Bath Fitter system only, and must be presented and used at time of estimate. May not be combined with other offers or applied to previous purchases. Valid only at select Bath Fitter locations. Offers and warranty subject to limitations. Fixtures and features may be different than pictured. Accessories pictured are not included. Plumbing work done by P.U.L.S.E. Plumbing. Jason Haught OH MPL #37445, Jason Haught WV MPL #PL07514, Mark Bunch MI MPL #8111651, WV HIC #WV038808. Each Franchise Independently Owned And Operated By Ohio Bath Solutions, LLC.

One-Day Installation 1

Lifetime Warranty2

One-Piece Seamless Wall

Liners, Replacements, and Conversions

°10 75 OFF

t LABOR ---------------------I

:

Receive a FREE $100 Restaurant.com Gift Card with FREE in-home estimate!**

·-------------------1

1

(304) 760-7296

Call Today for Your FREE Estimate! tooes not include cost of material. Expires 12/31/19. **All participants who attend an estimated 60-90-minute in-home product consultation will receive a $100 gift certificate. Visit https://www.restaurant. com/about/terms for complete terms and conditions and https://www.restaurant.comfor participating restaurants. Retail value is $100. Offer sponsored by LeafGuard Holdings Inc. Limit one per household. Company procures, sells, and installs seamless gutter protection. This offer is valid for homeowners over 18 years of age. If married or involved with a life partner, both cohabitating persons must attend and complete presentation together. Participants must have a photo ID, be able to understand English, and be legally able to enter into a contract. The following persons are not eligible for this offer: employees of Company or affiliated companies or entities, their immediate family members, previous participants in a Company in-home consultation within the past 12 months and all current and former Company customers. Gift may not be extended, transferred, or substituted except that Company may substitute a gift of equal or greater value if it deems it necessary. Gift card will be mailed to the participant via first class United States Mail within 10 days of receipt of the promotion form. Not valid in conjunction with any other promotion or discount of any kind. Offer is subject to change without notice prior to reservation. Expires 12/31/19. LeafGuard operates as LeafGuard of Pittsburgh in West Virginia under registration numberWV055024.

Profile for Mountaineer Newspapers

Lewis County Community Guide  

Community news and events

Lewis County Community Guide  

Community news and events

Advertisement