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Superintendent William A. Smith congratulates Carrie Adkins as Service Personnel Employee of the Year.
School honors Adkins’ service
Left, This year’s birthday piece celebrates “Sunrise Over Appalachia.” It is available at the Blenko Gift Shop at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 21. Above, Special edition vases “Sunsplash” and “Rainsplash” are available during the Happy After Hours with Blenko Glass event.
By Amanda Smythers For The Cabell Standard
The Cabell County Board of Education started its summer by presenting an award for the past year’s work and a look into what lies ahead for Cabell schools. Prior to the meeting, a reception was held for the nominees of the Service Personnel Employee of the Year. Eight service personnel were finalists for the award. “Our school system couldn’t function without our service personnel,” said Suzanne Oxley, school board president. “We are delighted to honor your hard work tonight.” The winner, which was announced at the regular meeting, was Carrie Adkins, a classroom aide at the Village of Barboursville Elementary School. She thanked both the staff and students of her school for inspiring her in her work. Additionally, several focus and priority schools presented their progress in front of the board, including the Village of Barboursville Middle School and Cabell Midland High School, both of which are categorized as focus schools by the West Virginia Department of Education. Focus schools are those that have significant achievement gaps between the average student and students categorized as low socio-economic or students with disabilities. Barboursville Middle School’s Principal Brent Jarrell said his goal SEE SCHOOLS, Page 6
Blenko celebrates WV Day Celebrating its 34th anniversary of creating the West Virginia birthday piece, Blenko is having its Annual West Virginia Birthday Celebration, beginning at 8 a.m., Saturday, June 21. This year’s birthday piece celebrates “Sunrise Over Appalachia.” This fan-shaped bowl in topaz, green and turquoise is a symbol of hope and renewal. It is dedicated to the people of the Mountain State as they
remember their past yet also look to the future; to the promise of a brand new day. The piece is limited to a quantity of 151 and will be sold for $130 plus tax. Each piece is hand signed by the designer Arlon Bayliss and Blenko President Walter Blenko, Jr. and is limited to one per customer on a first come first serve basis. No advance or telephone orders taken. WV birthday cake
and refreshments will be served. Walter Blenko Jr. will be available to sign additional purchases and Arlon Bayliss will be available to speak with customers. In addition Blenko will once again have a special event called “Happy After Hours with Blenko Glass.” The Visitor Center will close at 4 p.m. on Friday, June 20 and will reopen from 7 to 9 p.m. for this special event when a special edition vase will go on sale.
“Sunsplash” and “Rainsplash” will be etched WV Day and Blenko 2014 on the bottom. They will be $54 each and quantities are limited. Customers will also enjoy a 15 percent discount off all purchases, a signing event with Walter Blenko Jr. and designer Arlon Bayliss. Refreshments will be served. For more information call 304743-9081 or 304-942-2582.
Tornado touches down near Ona
The National Weather Service in Charleston confirmed a tornado near Ona. According to the National Weather Service, the tornado hit Cabell County about 9:30 p.m. on June 4. The tornado was classified as EF1, which is the second lowest grade and includes winds of up to 100 mph. It touched down about a mile
north of Ona, according to the weather service. On June 5, a survey team from the National Weather Service in Charleston traveled to Ona. “An employee from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources had called our office to inform us that a portion of the forest was leveled near the interSEE TORNADO, Page 4
A tornado touched down a mile north of Ona on June 4.
Page 2 -Thursday, June 12, 2014 Free diabetes education classes in June The Everyone with Diabetes Counts (EDC) program is providing several opportunities for people with Medicare who have diabetes, their families and caregivers to participate in free diabetes education classes in June. Milton Senior Center, 1032 Church Street, 11:30 a.m. June 17. Facility contact: Edna Mae Booten. Milton Library, 1140 Smith Street, 2 p.m. June 13, 20 and 27. Facility contact: 304-743-6711. To register for a class call 304346-9864 Ext. 3221. Battle of the Books Every Thursday, beginning at 10:30 a.m., June 12 Barboursville Library hosts Battle of the Books. Children are divided into teams that are responsible for reading ten books from a pre-selected list. Teams meet once a week to practice for the grand tournament held at the Main Library at 6 p.m., Monday, July 28 for third – fifth grades and at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 29 for sixth-eighth grades. Rummage sale at Ona VFD Ona Volunteer Fire Department, Howell’s Mill Rd., 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday June 13 - 14. All money goes to benefit Ona VFD with equipment and training. Sixth annual short 5K run & walk Run/walk begins at 9 a.m., Saturday June 14 at Barboursville Park. Entry fee is $25. All proceeds benefit Golden Girl Group Home. For more information, email Jason Hager at jasonhager@mac. com.
Oak Hill UBI church rummage sale Oak Hill UBI church will hold a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 13 - 14 at Paul’s Garage, 6911 Ohio River Road, Lesage. All proceeds will benefit ECCHO. Questions contact Barbara Knight 304-762-2758 or Terri Martin 304690-0757.
Olive Missionary Baptist Church VBS Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 6286 Little Seven Mile Road, Huntington, will hold Jungle Safari VBS from 6 - 8:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, June 16-20. Classes for children four-years-old to grade 12.
More for Dad’s show During mall hours, June 13 - 15 the Huntington mall will offer a mall-wide More for Dad Show featuring a Sports Card and Collectible show. Dads are provided with a chance to win prizes throughout the weekend.
Vacation Bible school Church in the Valley, 1173 James River Turnpike, Milton, will have Vacation Bible School 6 – 8:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, June 16-20. Theme is “Weird Animals.” Children from preschool to fifth grade are invited to attend. For information call 304-743-4500 or visit us at www. churchinthevalley.info.
Southridge Band at Opry House The Southridge Band will perform at Mountaineer Opry House, Milton, at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, June 14. Doors and concessions open at 5 p.m. with show starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $5 for children. For more information call 304-743-5749. Milton motocross June events Milton Motocrosss will have races on Friday, June 13 and Friday, June 20 Gates open at 4:30 p.m., practice begins at 6 p.m. and races start at 7 p.m. Fees are first class - $20, second class - $20, third class - $10, $ Class - $30. Payback: A:B $ - 200%, Quad $ - 200%, 25+ 150%, Trophies - 1 for 3 riders. For class information, call 304972-5162 or check out Milton motocross’ Facebook page.
June Birthdays!! Happy Birthday to ALL Ray E. Nichols Claire Hoyt Lynwood Adkins - June 12 Shari Fleming Brenda Foster Grant Hayden Morine Hayden Patricia Hopkins Ralph Hutchinson Sharon Thompson Wesley Thompson Alice Casey Mallory Jarrell Jessi Pierson Steve Burcham Barbara Brooks Brian Jarrell Patricia Jarvis Martha Jenkins Tarish Johnson Hana Jones
Billy Kinder Greg Lipscomb Susan Lipscomb Deborah Manning Barbara Mayes HIldred Vernaye Maynard Ronnie Mayes Charles McElfish Cledith Meadows Nancy Melton Curtis Moore Vicki Mullins Marion Neal Happy Anniversary Heath and Sherry Bundy Wooten celebrate their 26th anniversary June 18.
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Juneteenth Arts & Music Festival The GO 1st Community Development Corporation will present Juneteenth Arts & Music Festival on Saturday, June 14, from noon to 6 p.m. at the A.D. Lewis Community Center, 1450 A.D. Lewis Ave., Huntington. This event is free and open to the public. Features include live music, storytelling, food, arts, crafts and more. Sponsors include the City of Huntington, Create Huntington, the YMCA of Huntington, Cabell County Commission, Cabell County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Holiday Inn. WV 5K Championship The United Way of the River Cities encourages runners and walkers to help prevent childhood obesity in the community by participating in the 2014 HeraldDispatch WV 5K Championship race on June 21. The race is set for 8 a.m. Online registration is
available at www.WV5K.com. Registration is $25 prior to race day; $30 race day. Proceeds support the United Way of the River Cities. HSO announces Picnic with the Pops The Huntington Symphony Orchestra announces upcoming Picnic with the Pops events at Harris Riverfront Park. June 21: Glee 2 - a double-take on the hit television show featuring a remix of the hottest music from Pop to Broadway featuring the Cabell Midland Show Choir. Huntington Mall hosts first annual abilities fair The Huntington Mall is partnering with Mountain State Centers for Independent Living for the 1st Annual Abilities Fair June 20 - 22 during mall hours. The fair will feature exhibits, workshops, events and activities for people of all ages and abilities. For more information, visit www.mtstcil.org or call 304-5253324. Girl Scout summer camp Girl Scout Camp “Rocky Ledges”, Mud River Road, Milton, will be from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 23-27. For more information visit www. rockyledgesdaycamp.weebly. com Anne Railey 304-939-1970 or email@example.com. Caregiver support group Hospice of Huntington will offer a caregiver support group meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 26. These professionally facilitated meetings will allow those caring for a loved one to find support from other caregivers. Questions, 304-529-4217.
Coffee & Conversation with Joan Weisberg at CVB office The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce will present its Coffee & Conversation series, sponsored by Community Trust Bank, on Friday, June 27, at 8:30 a.m. at the Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau in Heritage Station, 210 Eleventh St., Huntington. The featured speaker for this event will be Joan Weisberg, wife of Art Weisberg, founder of State Electric Supply Company and Service Wire. Weisberg started her own busi-
ness in 1980, Twelve O Six Virginia Inc., a real estate holding company that is still active. She is a lifelong West Virginia resident and is an active member of many local organizations. River & Rail Bakery in Heritage Station will be catering the refreshments. Seating is limited. This event is free and exclusive to Chamber members. You must RSVP to attend. If you cannot attend after registering for this event, please notify the Chamber at (304) 525-5131.
Women 2 Women committee to host planning luncheon Women 2 Women, a Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce committee for professional women of the tri-state, sponsored by Somerville & Company, P.L.L.C., will host “Event Planning for Work and Pleasure” on Thursday, June 26, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Above the Peddler. The featured speakers will be Cheryl Sullivan
of Cheryl Sullivan Events and Kim Lake of Mug & Pia and Simply Whisk. Demonstrations and displays will be presented on creating memorable events for the office or at home. Cost is $10 for W2W members; $20 noncommittee members. To register or for information on joining Women 2 Women, call 304-525-5131.
The Cabell Standard Mile for Missions 5k run / 2 mile fun walk The second annual Mile for Missions 5k run / 2 mile fun walk begins 8 a.m., Saturday June 28 at Barboursville Park. Registration/ check-in 7 a.m. Early Fee: $20 for both walkers and runners with registration prior to race day. Race Day Fee: $25 for both walkers and runners. More information at www.tristateracer. com. Mayberry Days, summer car show Mayberry Days will be from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Saturday, June 28 at The Wyngate Senior Living Community, 750 Peyton Street, Barboursville. Trophies, dash plaques and other great prizes. Entertainment, oldies music, free cookout, inflatables, face painting, games and family fun for all ages. Registration for the car show begins at 9 a.m., cost is $5. Trophies given for best of show, best overall show car, people’s choice and most unusual vehicle. All donations benefit Alzheimer’s Awareness. For information call Christine Hall at 304-7336800. Booths available at Cabell County fair The Cabell County Fair has opening for Arts, Crafts, and small business vendors or nonprofit organizations. The fair will be July 21-26 at the Milton Pumpkin Park. Booths are free but admission tickets must be purchased. After June 30 there will be a $25 late admission fee. For applications or more information email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 304-521-3484, or visit cabellcountyfair.org.
WVSBDC offers business class The West Virginia Small Business Development Center will present a Business Fundamentals workshop on Friday, June 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing, 1050 Fourth Ave., Huntington. The workshop is part of the WVSBDC training and business coaching program Three Step Jump Start to help small business owners receive the right information at the right time. The workshop provides essential information on what an entrepreneur needs to know to start a business community. There is a $35 per person fee for the workshop. Registration is required at least two days in advance. To register, call 304-5285616 or email amber.c.wilson@ wv.gov.
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Cabell Huntington Hospital calendar of June events June 13 Relay for Life for American Cancer Society Join members of the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center at Cabell Huntington Hospital and cancer survivors at the annual fundraising event for the American Cancer Society to assist local cancer patients. Location: Barboursville Park Time: 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. More information: 304.399.6629 June 14 Childbirth Class Pre-registration is required for this free class for soon-to-be parents. Location: Cabell Huntington Hospital Time: 9 a.m. More information: 304.526. BABY (2229) June 16 “Sisters of Hope” Breast Cancer Support Group Location: Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center Time: 5:30 p.m. More information: 304.526.2443 June 17 Parkinson’s Disease Support Group The Senior Services Department invites anyone affected by Parkinson’s disease as a patient, caregiver or family member, to participate in this monthly support group focused on coping with the disease. Everyone is welcome. Location: Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center Resource Room Time: 6 p.m. More information:
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Surgical Weight Control Seminar Join Dr. Blaine Nease, Director for the Center for Surgical Weight Control, for an informational meeting to discuss surgical weight control options available at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Location: 1115 20th Street, Better Breathers Huntington, WV Support Group Time: 5 p.m. Support group for people with Please call 304.399.4121 or chronic lung disease and their 877-WLS-CENTER to register. loved ones. Location: Center for Lung Welcome to Medicare Health at Cabell Huntington Workshop Hospital Cabell Huntington Hospital Time: 1 to 2:30 p.m. Senior Services presents this More information: monthly free workshop series to 304.526.2529 or lunghealth@ bring together Medicare experts chhi.org with those who are eligible to enroll —or already enrolled— June 17 and 24 in the federal health insurance Free Diabetic Foot Screen- program. ing Cabell Huntington’s Welcome The Center for Wound Heal- to Medicare Workshop will take ing at Cabell Huntington Hospi- place on the fourth Tuesday of tal offers free weekly (each Tues- each month. day) diabetic foot screenings to Location: Cabell Huntington help determine your risk for a Hospital foot ulcer. The screening is most Time: 2 p.m. beneficial for anyone regularly More information: experiencing a lack of feeling in 304.526.2695 their feet or foot pain while walking or resting. Learn more about June 30 the Center for Wound Healing by Stroke Recovery and calling 304.399.3510. Support Group Location: 1115 20th Street, The Cabell Huntington HosHuntington. pital Stroke Recovery & Support Time: 9 to 11 a.m. Group’s monthly meeting is for Please call 304.399.3510 anyone who has suffered a stroke and for friends and loved ones of June 24 those recovering from a stroke. Breastfeeding Class Location: Please call Pre-registration required. 304.526.6317 for meeting locaLocation: Cabell Huntington tion. Hospital Time: 6 p.m. Time: 6 to 8 p.m. More information: More information: 304.526. 304.526.6317 Infant CPR Class Pre-registration required. Location: Cabell Huntington Hospital Time: 6 to 8 p.m. More information: 304.526. BABY (2229)
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Meetings focus on new comprehensive plan Mountwest Community & Technical College is partnering with the Cabell County Planning Commission on a new comprehensive plan for the county. The project will kick off with a public meeting from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, June 12, on the third floor of the Cabell County Courthouse. This is the first in a series of public and private meetings that will be held over the next year to gain input from local businesses, homeowners, government officials and other community partners. The comprehensive plan will be a vision of what the community is to be in the future and a tool to help guide the county’s future growth. Specific goals and objectives will be developed along with a time frame for implementation. For Mountwest, the planning process offers hands-on, realworld experience for students in the college’s Geospatial Science (GIS) program. Mountwest Assistant Professor Theresa Litteral is also serving as the project manager.
“The process of developing this plan will be a community-wide effort,” Litteral said. “All interested groups should play a part in delineating this vision for promoting and preserving the future of the county.” For more information, visit www.cabellcountyplan.com or contact Theresa Litteral at 304710-3401 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mountwest Community & Technical College provides programs to meet the varied educational and workforce development needs of its students and the community. Mountwest offers two-year degree and one-year certificate programs in Allied Health, Business and Information Technology, Human Services, Occupational and Technical Programs, as well as numerous continuing education opportunities and customized instruction. Mountwest is located atop Fifth Street Hill in Huntington, West Virginia. For more information about Mountwest programs and opportunities, please visit www. mctc.edu.
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Weekly Devotional Submitted by Mary Jane “Butterflies and Daisies” Thought for the week: He hath made everything beautiful in his time; also he hath set the world in their heart, so that no man can find out the work that God maketh from the beginning to the end. Ecclesiastes 3:11. Have you noticed how green and lush all the trees are this June and how all the flowers are just busting with blooms, the black butterflies darting to and fro on white swaying daisies? Our yards cannot be kept up. The grass comes back so quickly after being mowed almost as if it has been fed vitamins. It returns greener and faster. The showers and sunshine are taking care of business. God has blessed us with a beautiful summer season after all the harsh winter snows. I believe He knows what He is doing. Now and then, take a moment to look up at the sky to gaze at how blue it can be while clouds roll by. Be thankful for life. Sure there is sickness, death and tragedies happening every minute. It’s hard to not blame Him for taking a young
life; it’s hard to try to understand why we suffer with unbearable pain, why we have disappointments in life. Still remember He made everything beautiful and He knows all about each detail. From the place of his habitation, he looketh upon all the inhabitants of the earth. Psalm 33:14. I was reading about a young man on a business trip for the weekend. Away from home, he attended Sunday church service where he was staying. As he walked into the church directly behind the pulpit was a large painting of an eye with the caption “God is watching you”. How true this is, He is with us at all times. Sometimes we question how one God could keep an outlook on all humanity. But then He created us, so all He asks of us is to trust and have faith He is there. That is so little to ask of each. “Man never made any material as resilient as the human spirit” Bern Williams. PRAYER: Thank you Father for the merry month of June, with all its beauty and frolic. Amen.
Velma’s View Submitted by Velma Kitchens “Counsel” “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly….” Psalm 1. Being a counsellor is a very important job or calling, as when we give someone counsel or advice we should be sure it measures up to what the word of God tells us. We all need to be careful of good people giving bad advice. Only with the knowledge of the word of God can we lead someone to the answers they need. Sometimes they don’t want to hear the right way to go, they want someone to agree with their way and that is not always the right way. I have found that people do what they want to do anyway even when you give them
godly advice. But hopefully they will see the need to get right and go the right way. God is the wonderful counsellor. I challenge all to get into the word of God, pray and let God lead, guide, and direct your ways. We should seek advice from the aged people of God as they have been through a lot of trials and tribulations and can help us in time of need. The Bible gives us advice on how to be wives, husbands and children and even citizens of our country and we need to heed the word. Counsellors are much needed in our day and our society. But in my opinion they need to measure up with the word of God. Be careful who you ask for advice.
Popularity of e-cigarettes explained by field experts The electronic cigarette (ecigarette) is a battery operated cigarette-shaped device that delivers nicotine into the lungs when “smoked”. The source of the nicotine is a highly concentrated flavored or unflavored nicotine liquid (eliquid). The use of this device is growing in popularity throughout the United States, even with the teen population. Carissa McBurney, the community outreach coordinator for the West Virginia Poison Center, states that she has seen an increase in teenagers’ knowledge of ecigarettes and e-liquid during her travels throughout the state this past year. “Several teens have even openly admitted to trying e-cigarettes before,” she said. Therefore, the West Virginia Poison Center urges West Virginians, especially parents, to
discuss e-cigarettes and e-liquid with their teens and children. The West Virginia Poison Center encourages parents to consider the following risks these devices pose to their children: Use of these devices can lead to nicotine addiction. In the absence of an e-cigarette (which are expensive to purchase and operate), your teen may turn to traditional cigarettes to obtain the nicotine they crave. Use of cigarettes exposes your child to an increased risk of lung cancer and other diseases in addition to the poisons they are exposed to with each puff they take: acetone, ammonia, arsenic, butane, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, lead and tar, to name a few. The liquid nicotine is potentially toxic if ingested or absorbed through the skin. Having these devices in a home poses a risk to
Facing Hunger Foodbank, formerly known as the Huntington Area Food Bank, has begun assisting clients with the submission of their applications through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). This service was made possible by a grant opportunity through the Wal-Mart Foundation. “By launching our SNAP Outreach Program, we are helping to potentially secure necessary groceries for thousands of families in our service area,” said Tiffany Tatum, the food bank’s
executive director. “The Wal-Mart Foundation has provided us with the opportunity to deliver a more comprehensive means of fighting hunger.” Through the grant opportunity, the food bank has the ability to submit SNAP applications on behalf of its clients in Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo, Putnam and Wayne counties in West Virginia; Boyd, Greenup, Lawrence and Martin counties in Kentucky; and Lawrence County in Ohio. Individuals seeking SNAP assistance can submit an application
through the food bank over the phone or in person. SNAP application assistance is available to the public Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For information on the food bank’s SNAP Outreach Program, contact David Bias, SNAP Outreach Coordinator, at 304-5236029 ext. 21. Facing Hunger Foodbank is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization affiliated with Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief charity. With a network of more than 200 member agencies, the Food Bank’s service region spans 17 counties across West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio.
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any younger siblings who might find the flavored liquid and think it is candy. Inadvertent misuse by your teenager can place them at risk for poisoning as well. If you have concerns about ecigarette or e-liquid use, or think someone has been poisoned by e-cigarettes or e-liquid, call the West Virginia Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222. The West Virginia Poison Center provides comprehensive emergency poison information, prevention and educational resources to West Virginians 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The WVPC is staffed by nurses, pharmacists and physicians with special training in treatment of poisonings. Located in Charleston, the WVPC is a part of the West Virginia University-Charleston Division. Toll-free:1-800-222-1222. Website: www.wvpoisoncenter.org.
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&RPPXQLW\ Culloden, West Virginia USPS 082-160 The Cabell Standard (ISSN, 10412255) is published weekly at P.O. Box 186, Culloden, WV 25510. Yearly subscription rates: In-County $17; In-State $33; Out-of-State $43. Kelly Stadelman, President and Publisher. Periodical Postage paid at Main Post Office, Culloden, WV, and additional mailing offices under the act of March 3, 1979. Postmaster: Send address changes to the Cabell Standard, P.O. Box 186, Culloden, WV 25510. We reserve the right to accept, reject and to edit all news and advertising copy.
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From Page 1 section of Rush Hollow Road and Howells Mill Road,” according to a weather service statement. “Upon arriving the survey team spoke with a homeowner that had significant structural damage on the front portion of their home due to a large fallen tree. Further inspection of the woods behind the home revealed extensive tree damage ... both snapped and uprooted trees of up to 30 inches in diameter ... in a counter clockwise convergent pattern … from the top of the ridge behind the home extending a half mile east down to Howells Mill Road with a maximum width of 400 yards.” National Weather Service officials said after surveying the damage and analyzing radar data, the survey team has determined that the damage was the result of an EF1 tornado.
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Registration now open for Schools provide meals to children Clay Center summer camps during summer The Cabell County Schools Food Service Department announces its sponsorship of the federally funded Summer Food Service Program. Lunch sites are open to all children, ages 18 years and under, who would like to participate. For more information about the Cabell County Schools Summer Food Program, please call (304) 528-5048 or (304) 529-5249. Meals will be served at the following sites on Monday through Friday from June 16 to July 24: A.D. Lewis Community Center, noon to 1 p.m., 1450 A.D. Lewis Ave., Huntington Adams Landing Apartments, 11 a.m. to noon, 820 Virginia Ave. W, Huntington Alah Spurlock Residence, 11 a.m. to noon, 2350 10th Ave., Huntington Annette Bryson Residence, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 317 40th St., Huntington Cabell County Board of Education, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 2850 Fifth Ave., Huntington Cabell County Public Library, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 455 Ninth Street, Huntington Cabell-Midland High School, 11 a.m. to noon, 2300 U.S. 60 East, Ona Central United Methodist Church, noon to 1 p.m., 1043 Jefferson Ave., Huntington Cora Black Residence, 10:30-11:30 a.m., 3336 Maple Ct, Huntington Cox Landing Public Library, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 6363 Cox Lane, Lesage Deanna Litchfield Residence, 11 a.m. to noon, 2044 Eighth Ave., Huntington Deborah Ray Residence, 11 a.m. to noon, 16 27th St., Huntington Fairfield East Community Center, noon to 1 p.m., 2711 Eighth Ave., Huntington Gallaher Public Library,
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 368 Norway Ave., Huntington Guyandotte Public Library, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 203 Richmond St., Huntington Guyandotte United Methodist Church, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 305 Main St., Huntington Gwen Meade Residence, noon to 1 p.m., 2202 W. Fifth Ave., Community Building, Huntington Highlawn Presbyterian Church, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 2814 Collis Ave, Huntington Huntington High School Band and Football, noon to 1 p.m., One Highlander Way, Huntington Huntington High Special Education, 10:30-11:30 a.m. (Monday to Thursday), One Highlander Way, Huntington Milton Public Library, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 1140 Smith St., Milton Melissa Spurlock Residence, 11 a.m. to noon, 4861 Hillview Drive, Huntington Misty Sims Residence, 11 a.m. to noon, 70 Marti Jo Drive, Glenbrier Apts, Route 2, Huntington Northcott Court Center, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 14 Northcott Court, Huntington Open Doors Full Gospel Ministry Church, 11 a.m. to noon, 216 10th St., Altizer, Huntington Prestera Center, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 1 Prestera Way, Huntington Rotary Gardens Apartments, noon to 1 p.m., 65 Smith Drive, Huntington Scott Community Center, noon to 1 p.m., 1637 Eighth Ave., Huntington Shelly Crank Residence, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 2734 Latulle Ave., Huntington St Joe Grade School, 10:3011:30 a.m., 1326 Sixth Ave., Huntington West Public Library, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 901 14th Street W., Huntington
Children of all ages can explore filmmaking, space, music and more with the Clay Center’s popular Summer Discovery Camps. Each camp provides a unique, interactive educational experience with hands-on activities encouraging learning and creativity. The schedule includes:
Mission Mars Space Camp, Tuesday, June 24 – Friday, June 27, 10 a.m. – noon, grades 1 – 4, $65 for members and $80 for nonmembers, registration deadline: June 17. Design a rocket for a journey to Mars where you will have to land, survive and face obstacles as you venture back to planet Earth. Experience Engineering, Tuesday, July 8 – Friday, July 11, 10 a.m. – noon, grades 2 – 6, $65 for members and $80 for non-members, registration deadline: July 1. Explore the branches of engineering using household materials, Legos and your imagination. Sci-Fi Film Camp, Monday, July 14 – Friday, July 18, 9 – 11:30 a.m., grades 2 – 5, $85 for members and $100 for non-members, registration deadline: July 7. Go behind the scenes of the silver screen to write, produce and direct a science fiction film. Virtual Stories, Monday, July 14 – Friday, July 18, 1 – 3:30 p.m., grades: 6 – 8, $85 for members and $100 for non-members, registration deadline: July 7. Tell your story with the latest technology in
this all-new film production camp. Kids Can Act, Monday, July 21 – Friday, July 25, 1 – 4 p.m., grades: 3 – 7, $85 for members and $100 for non-members, registration deadline: July 15. With instructor Michael Murdock, kids explore acting and get to write, produce and perform their own scenes. Science of Superpowers, Tuesday, July 22 – Friday, July 25, 9 – 11 a.m., grades: 2 – 6, $65 for members and $80 for non-members, registration deadline: July 15. Get your spidey-senses tingling as you reveal the science behind true superpowers and the gadgets that help superheroes beat the bad guys. Making Music, Tuesday, July 29 – Friday, August 1, 9 – 11 a.m. for grades K-2, 1 – 3 p.m. for grades 3 – 5, $65 for members and $80 for non-members, registration deadline: July 22. Investigate world musical instruments and take part in a performance at the end of the week with songs written by you. Home School Science Camp, Tuesday, August 12 – Friday, August 15, 10 a.m. – noon, grades 1 – 5, $65 for members and $80 for non-members, registration deadline: August 5. Kick off the school year with a week of rockin’ science exploration.
visit www.theclaycenter.org now to register.
Pre-registration for each camp is required, and space is limited. Grades for children indicate the grade they will be entering in the fall of 2014. Call 304-561-3570 or
For more information about these and all other Clay Center activities, visit the website, www. theclaycenter.org or call 304-5613570.
Other summer fun and learning opportunities: Family Fun Fest, Monday, June 30 – Thursday, July 3, daily at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m., $5 per person, per day. Bring the whole family and discover something new with these hands-on workshops. Great for all ages. Pre-register or pay the day of the workshop. Bubble Bonanza, Monday, June 30. Investigate bubbles and create a painting to take home. Animal Encounters, Tuesday, July 1. Get up close with live critters and make a slithery snake. Boat Builders, Wednesday, July 2. Build a boat and test your design as you race against the clock. Polymer Exploration, Thursday, July 3.Explore solids that act like liquids and mix up your own blob of GAK. Little Learners, Tuesday, August 5 – Friday, August 8, 10 – 11 a.m., ages: 3 – 4 years, $5 per day (must be accompanied by an adult, no additional charge for adults). Introduce your preschoolers to science and art in this fun workshop designed just for them. Pre-register or pay the day of the workshop.
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Schools From Page 1 was to decrease the gap between regular education students and special education students. Using STAR assessments, he said he saw an overall improvement of at least 5 percent, but that the gap between student classifications was still significant. “The thing is, our special education students are improving, but our regular education students are improving, too,” he said. “This, to me, is more important - everyone is still proceeding. Level wise, they’re going up.” Additionally, Jarrell said his low socioeconomic population was increasing, with about 370 low socioeconomic students out of 806 total students. He said although this is an additional challenge, they will still work at it piece by piece. “It’s going to happen in little steps at a time,” he said. While Barboursville Middle had to focus on disparities between test scores, Cabell Midland High School focused on disparities between graduation rates. According to Midland Principal Kelly Daniels the graduation rate of all students is 75.35 percent, with a rate of 46 percent for students with disabilities and a rate of 63.37 percent for students of low socioeconomic status. Daniels said that these numbers motivated her leadership team to get to work. “We had some numbers that we needed to own, so that’s where we started,” she said. “No one was going to be able to fix us. We
needed to figure out how to do it ourselves.” Daniels said Midland used graduation coaches and guidance counselors to work with individual students, while her leadership team expanded to 25 people. Her graduation coaches visit homes, call parents and students, and mentor students on an individual basis. Her leadership team meets throughout the year, including five times where they were not receiving pay. “I can’t say enough about the support we’ve received,” she said. Barboursville Middle and Cabell Midland High School have three years to reduce the gaps enough to no longer be classified as focus schools. Looking forward, Assistant Superintendent Mike O’Dell updated the school board on a transportation complex that combines the need for bus storage, re-fueling, cleaning and repairs with the need for staff development, office space and training. The Cox Landing Transportation Complex located in Lesage will be the new home for most of the county’s busses and a space for offices and personnel training. The $7.47 million project is awaiting a new roof, with the expectation of being completely functional in August. The Cabell County Board of Education meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. All meetings are open to the public.
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Barboursville Lions Club has successful golf scramble The Barboursville Lions Club held its annual charity golf scramble on May 31 at Orchard Hills Golf Course in Barboursville. It was a great success on a beautiful day. The club appreciates the support of the tee and door prize sponsors. The club was able to raise nearly $5000. This project, along with several other projects put on by the club, makes it possible for the club to support many needs. More than half of the money raised by the club stays in this local area. One hundred percent of money raised goes back into the community on the local, state, national, and international level. Barboursville Lions Club meets 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the Barboursville Community Center, 721 Central Avenue. The club continues to seek out people in the community who have a passion for service. Those interested in the club are welcome to attend a meeting.
Chair of the Barboursville Lions Club Charity Golf Scramble Lion Larry Poynter helped raise $5,000 at the scramble at Orchard Hills Golf Course clubhouse. Submitted by Charles Buzzard
4-H announces summer food programs The Cabell County 4-H Foundation announces the sponsorship of the federally funded Summer Food Service Program for Cabell County Younger 4-H Camp – June 16-20 at the Cabell County 4-H Camp on Booten Creek Road, Barboursville. Meals will be provided to all eligible children free of charge. To be eligible to receive free meals a residential camp or at an enrolled
program, children must meet the income guidelines for reduced price meals in the National School Lunch Program. Children who are part of households that receive SNAP and/or TANF assistance are automatically eligible to receive free meals. Guidelines to determine student eligibility 2014 summer food service program. Summer food
Vision Shared Seeks Proposals Vision Shared Inc., a 501(c) 3 and WV licensed charitable organization, is seeking proposals from qualiﬁed accountants and book keepers for ﬁnancial services, bill paying, book keeping, and record keeping. Vision Shared, Inc. has several funds and collects over $350,000 a year in donations, grants, and other funding. Applicants will need to be in accordance with applicable governmental rules and regulations regarding 501 (c) 3 non-proﬁt charitable organizations. Applicants can also expect 1-5 billable hours per two week cycle, and will need to be present or call in to Vision Shared Board meetings on a quarterly basis. Proposals should include: 1. Brief narrative background information on the ﬁrm and specifying the number of professional and support staff in the ofﬁce. 2. Names and background information of staff that would be working on our account. 3. Provide a list of references and try to include nonproﬁt organizations. 4. Method of billing for services rendered, including all expenses and specifying the maximum fee to be charged. 5. Proposals can include month to month information or request 90 day, six month, or one year contracts. Interested parties can send replies to President@VisionShared.com
service program. Annual family income before deductions. Federal income chart for school year July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014 Listing is: Household size, followed by yearly income and monthly income: $21,257; 1,772 28,694; 2,392 36,131; 3,011 43,568; 3,631 51,005; 4,251 58,442; 4,871 65,879; 5,490 73,316; 6,110 Each additional: 7,437; 620. For more information about the Cabell County 4-H Foundation Summer Food Program, call 304743-7131.
Dates for proof of enrollment for Cabell schools Cabell County Schools announced that Proof of Enrollment Certificates, often needed by students for employment and drivers’ licenses, will be issued at the Cabell County Schools Central Office on the following dates only from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1-4 p.m. June 26, July 3, July 20 The office will be closed for lunch between the hours of noon and 1 p.m. The Cabell County Schools Central Office is located at 2850 Fifth Ave., Huntington. The entrance is in the alley at the rear of the building and guest parking is available behind the building as well. For more information, please contact Sherri Woods, director of attendance and student support, by calling (304) 528-5207.
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Summer Fishing at W.Va. State Parks West Virginia’s state parks offer many opportunities and types of waters for a favorite summertime pursuit – fishing – with ponds, lakes, streams and rivers. Catchable warmwater and coldwater fish include bluegill, bass, catfish, trout and other species. Residents and visitors to the state are invited to wet some lines and try their luck (or skill) at angling, an activity that can be enjoyed at any age throughout a person’s lifetime. Catfishing West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) personnel are stocking tagged channel catfish into eight state park lakes in May as part of the Catfish in the Parks Program. These state parks include: Cacapon, Cedar Creek, Chief Logan, Little Beaver, North Bend, Pipestem, Tomlinson Run and Watoga. As part of the program, anglers who report a tagged catfish caught in a state park will receive a certificate good for one free night of camping at several state park campgrounds. Anglers who catch a tagged fish are asked to return the tag or the tag number, along with information on the date of capture, if the fish was kept or released, and the name and address of the angler, to WVDNR, 2311 Ohio Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101. Anglers also can call 304-420-4550 or provide the information by sending an email report to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information about the tagging programs can be found at www. wvdnr.gov/Fishing/Fish_Tagging.shtm
for two specific days each year known as Free Fishing Days, during which the public is allowed to fish without a license. In West Virginia, the two dates occur in June. According to takemefishing. org, “Fishing with kids is a great way to connect as a family and to experience the outdoors.” There are more than 35 state park areas to enjoy fishing. 23rd Annual Fishing Derby, June 14 at Little Beaver State Park Little Beaver State Park is the place for a fun-filled day of fishing. Bait and a free lunch will be provided and prizes and t-shirts will be given out after the derby, while supplies last. The event is sponsored by the Wildlife Resources Section of the Division of Natural Resources in cooperation with Little Beaver State Park. The derby is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon. Contact Mark Scott, WVDNR Wildlife, at 304-256-6945 for more information.
First Fish – It’s a big deal Sometimes a youngster or an adult needs a small acknowledgement or recognition to reinforce a positive experience. State parks naturalists award paper certificates to visitors who catch their first fish in state park waters. Presentations can be at campfire programs or with the individual or family. WVDNR also offers an online method of fishing rewards – a First Fish Certificate – which can be completed online and printed. The document webpage is at www.wvdnr.gov, Fishing, First Fish Free Fishing Days A fishing license is required except Certificate.
Golf season pass addon provides a “Passport to Fun” at state parks Full-season golf passes are a bargain for golfers and encourage outdoor recreation and exercise. Three of West Virginia’s golf courses, Pipestem, Cacapon and Twin Falls, make available an addon called “Passport to Fun” that expands additional activities and discounts available to the buyer. Season passes of various types are available at Pipestem, Twin Falls and Cacapon state parks and offer two rounds of golf at any other West Virginia state park golf course, subject to course limitations and available tee times. The Passport to Fun add-on includes swimming coupons for other state parks and a “My Best Friend” pass for a complementary golf round. It also includes a pass for a complementary mid-week, onenight lodge room stay at Pipestem, Cacapon or Twin Falls, discounts for meals, Blennerhassett Museum
admissions and Cass Scenic Railroad rides. “Believe it or not, golfers have other interests,” said Bob Biroscak, golf professional at Pipestem Resort. “Introducing children and grandchildren to the game is always important, but so is a train ride at Cass or going fishing or camping at Holly River or Cedar Creek state parks.” Each park’s season passes are specific to the course. Contact Brian Wetzel at Twin Falls Resort State Park, 304-2944000, www.twinfallsresort.com; Bob Biroscak, Pipestem Resort, 304-466-1800, www.pipestemresort.com; Sherri Harold, Canaan Valley Resort, 304-866-4121, www.cananresort.com; Randy Hernly, Stonewall Resort, 304269-7400, www.stonewallresort. com; or Kenneth McCarthy, Cacapon Resort, 304-258-1022, www. cacaponresort.com.
West Virginia’s state parks offer endless fishing oppportunities for young and old alike. The woods and waters in West Virginia make for ideal fishing conditions throughout the year, whether at a West Virginia state park and forest area or the multiple wildlife management areas and public waters throughout the Mountain State.
To learn more about West Virginia State Parks, visit www.wvstateparks. com. WVDNR includes state parks, wildlife resources, natural resources police, Office of Land and Streams and Wonderful West Virginia magazine. The WVDNR website is www.wvdnr.gov.
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Christian’s Sports Beat: Power players rewarded for standout play
By Christian Deiss CHARLESTON – Two West Virginia Power players have been named to play in the 2014 South Atlantic League (SAL) All-Star game in Hickory, N.C. Reese McGuire and Eric Weiss will be representing the Power in the June 17 mid-season classic. McGuire, West Virginia’s everyday catcher, had a 19-game hit streak recently, which is the longest hit streak for the Power this season. The first-round selection by the
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Pittsburgh Pirates in 2013 recently said about making the All-Star squad, “It’s really exciting, I get to represent the West Virginia Power and the Pittsburgh Pirates and having Eric on the team too is great.” The 19-year-old is throwing out base runners at a 48 percent rate this season, the second best percentage in the league, and batting .283. Weiss, a second baseman with the Power, will be a utility infielder for the Northern Division team. Pittsburgh’s 11th round pick in 2013 is also excited about being chosen. “It’s great to see hard work pay off, it makes you feel good about yourself, it’s awesome,” he said. The Texas native ranks in the top 10 in SAL hitting with a .323 batting average. This is first appearance in a professional All-Star for both players and I wanted to know how making the All-Star game will help their confidence. Weiss said, “It helps it a little bit, but you still have to play
how you did to get to the game and not take it for granted.” McGuire told me making the team was one of his goals, “Making the All-Star team was something I set my mind to at the beginning of the season, it shows consistency and that is something I worked on.” The SAL All-Star game will take place at L.P. Frans Stadium. Power Manager Michael Ryan has been writing McGuire and Weiss’ names in the starting line up all season at catcher and second base. I asked the second-year skipper how he felt about the duo being named to the All-Star team. “It’s great, Reese and Eric have both worked hard, they are very deserving going to the All-Star game,” he said “It shows how they have been playing on the field and the numbers they have been putting up in the batter’s box.” Weiss has driven in 19 runs, while McGuire has 17 runs batted in on the season. While the two All-Stars are the highlight of the Power’s first half
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Reese McGuire will represent the Power at the all-star game. of the season, the club’s overall record has been under .500 for most of season. Ryan explained what it will take to turn things around. “I think we need to become more of a team, they need to worry more about the guy next to them and not just think about themselves, we just need to come together as a team and that hopefully will get us going in the right direction,” he said. McGuire agreed with the team’s leader, “We need to use this first half as a lesson and learn from every game and every pitch and
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start doing the little things fundamentally that will put more games in the win column.” Weiss also knows the key to turning things around is working together as a team, “Everyone on this team needs to buy in on what the coaching staff is telling us, everyone needs to come to the ballpark every day and give their best effort. If that happens, things will change in the second half.” For more information on the West Virginia Power visit www. wvpower.com.
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BILLY GENE ADAMS Billy Gene Adams, 83, of Ona, formerly of Huntington, passed away June 3, 2014. Mr. Adams was born Aug. 24, 1930, in Pike County, Ky., son of the late Elsie Williams Adams and Erwin Adams. He was also preceded in death by a son and three brothers. Mr. Adams graduated from Huntington East High School in 1950. He was an Army Air Force veteran and continued his service to his country as a member of the Marine Corps Reserves until 1955. In 1950, he married the former Willa Jean Franklin. They were married for 58 years and together had four children. Mr. Adams was employed with the International Nickel Company, now known as Special Metals, retiring after 30 years of service in 1986. Survivors include his children, daughters Dreama Adams Jarrell (husband Steve), Brooke Adams Leaberry (husband Jeffery) and son Julian Adams; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Services were held June 7 at Chapman’s Mortuary, Huntington, with the Rev. Kim Miller, of The Lady of the Well Ministries, officiating. Burial was in White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Barboursville. JUDITH KAREN BLEDSOE Judith Karen Bledsoe, 62, of Barboursville, passed away May 31, 2014. She was born Aug. 30, 1951, in Huntington, a daughter of the late Haskel and Mildred Alberta Morrison Gothard. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Darrell Gothard. She was a Christian who loved the Lord with all of her heart. Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Ronnie Bledsoe; one daughter, Jennifer Bledsoe; twin granddaughters, Danielle and Evan Bledsoe; several nieces, nephews and a host of family and friends. Services were held June 3 at Wallace Funeral Home, Milton, by Rev. Winford Curry and Rev. Joe Hutchinson. Burial was in Forest Memorial Park. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. PAUL EDWIN “EDDIE” DEJARNETT Paul Edwin “Eddie” DeJarnett, 60, of Salt Rock, passed away June
1, 2014. He was born Dec. 20, 1953 in West Hamlin, a son of Doris Jean Barrett DeJarnett of Huntington and the late Paul DeJarnett. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Beuford Coleman and a nephew, Paul Perry. He was a member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church where he was active in the bus ministry and the Cubbies. Survivors include his wife, Kimberly Coleman DeJarnett; daughter, Heather DeJarnett and son, John DeJarnett, both at home; one sister, Paula J. (Gary) Perry of West Palm Beach, FL; two brothers, William H. (Cynthia) DeJarnett of South Point, OH, and Ronnie (Michelle) DeJarnett of Salt Rock; motherin-law, Ella Coleman of Lesage; brothers-in-law, Danny (Pam) Coleman of Ona, Perry Coleman of Lesage, and Curtis (Tonja) Coleman of Altizer; a host of nieces and nephews, and special friends, Savannah, Beth and Nikki. Services were held June 4 at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel by Pastor Don Weeks. Burial was in Enon Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Bus Ministry or to the American Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made to www.timeformemory.com/ wallace. ROSA LEE “ROSIE” MASSIE LANGDON Rosa Lee “Rosie” Massie Langdon, 69 of Milton, wife of Robert “Lee” Langdon passed away May 29, 2014. She was the daughter of the late Joe and Sylvia Chapman Massie. She was also preceded in death by a grandson, Seth Allen Call. Survivors include her husband, Lee; three daughters and sons-inlaw, Roberta (Terry) Dolin of St. Albans, Rosella (Stacy) Call and Rhonda Langdon, all of Milton; one son and daughter-in-law, Randy (Sharon) Langdon of Milton; two grandsons Justin (Nicole) Chapman and Zachary Call; two step-granddaughters, Aimee (Jeremy) Long and Amber Cottrill; one great-grandson, Delmer Chapman and two step-great-grandchildren, Landon Long and Kylee Cottrill; four siblings for whom she was like a second mother, Wayne (Brenda) Massie, Quilla Wray, Bill Massie and Jackie Gillispie; nieces, nephews and dear friends. She was a member of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Services were held June 1 at Chapman’s Mortuary, Huntington with the Rev. Robert Johnson and Rev. Chuck Elkins officiating. Burial was in Pete Meadows Cemetery, Glenwood. Online condolences may be sent to www.chapmans-mortuary.com.
She was born April. 21, 1972 in Huntington, a daughter of John Morris Straub and Judy Dial Straub, of Ona. Additional survivors include her 3 children, Jessica Lynn, Megan Darlene and Jared Nethercutt, a brother and his wife, Matt (Jennifer) Straub of Milton, brother-in-law John (Tara) Maynard of Huntington, father-in-law, Bill Nethercutt, brother-in-law, Mark Nethercutt, nephews, Bryce Maynard, Tyler and Trevor Straub. She was devoted to her family and a great inspiration to her husband. Dawn inspired and encouraged many people during her battle, to “Fight Like Dawn”. She was a 1990 graduate of Milton High School. The family extends their heartfelt gratitude to Hospice House, Huntington Police Department, DEA, Cabell County Sheriff’s office, Cabell County B.O.E., Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center, Rocky Johnson, Tom Bevins, John Franklin, Stacie Cogar, Ray’s Giovanni’s in Milton, Todd Meadows, Teddy Johnson, and many other special friends and all those who gave spiritual and moral support during these trying times. The family encourages donations to the Hospice House. Services were held June 4 at Chapman’s Mortuary, with Dr. Gary L. Patton officiating. Burial was in Spring Hill Cemetery. Online messages of sympathy may be sent to www.chapmansmortuary.com.
DALE WENDELL NIBERT Dale Wendell Nibert, 86, of Apple Grove, passed away June 1, 2014, at St. Mary’s Medical Center. He was born at Mercer’s Bottom, W.Va., Oct. 27, 1927, the son of Russell Perrin and Mary Frances Booth Nibert. He was a 1945 graduate of Point Pleasant High School where he played football, and was a member of Future Farmers of America. He attended Marshall University. He was a lifelong farmer in Mason County, a member of the Farm Bureau, and President of Patron’s Mutual Insurance Company. He was a founding director of People’s Bank of Point Pleasant, now City National Bank, and a former director of City Holding Company. He was also a lifelong member of Beale Chapel Church. He was preceded in death by his parents Russell and Mary Nibert, brother Forrest Nibert, sister Evelyn Kellar, and beloved son-inlaw Larry Martin. Survivors include his wife Nancy Jane Dial Nibert; son Judge David (Harriett) Nibert; daughters Carol Jane “Janie” Martin and Mary Rebecca (George) Woodward; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; brother-in-law; one niece and nephews. Services were held June 4 at Beale Chapel Church in Apple Grove, with Rev. Mike Hall ofMELISSA DAWN ficiating. Burial was in the church NETHERCUTT Melissa Dawn Nethercutt, 42 of cemetery. Memorial contributions may be Milton, wife of Curt Nethercutt, passed away peacefully after an made to Beale Chapel Cemetery Fund, 26075 Huntington Rd., eight year battle with cancer.
Thursday, June 12, 2014 - Page 9 Donations may be made to the Apple Grove, WV, 25502, or the Liberty Missionary Baptist Church charity of your choice. Building Fund P.O. Box 8, Milton, WV 25541. Condolences may be VELMA PORTER Velma Porter, 91, of Teays Val- made at www.handleyfh.com. ley, formerly of Hamlin, passed LILLIAN MAE away June 4, 2014. She was born PERKINS SWANN Nov. 21, 1922, a daughter of the Lillian Mae Perkins Swann late Jeff and Ida (Woodall) Ashworth. She was also preceded in of Barboursville/Milton, passed death by her husband of 57 years, away May 29, 2014. Lillian was Jaruel E. Porter; two brothers, the daughter of the late Estell HerOdbert (Betty) Ashworth and Lyle man Perkins and Ella Forrest Bias Ashworth; and one sister, Glenna Perkins. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold Denver McComas. Survivors include her sister, Swann, her parents and her brother Helen Saul of Salt Rock; four chil- Ray Bias. Survivors include her devoted dren, Lois Harshbarger (Hubert) of Yorba Linda, Calif., Arthur (Linda) children Crystal Swann and Dirk Porter of Barboursville, Sharron Blackdeer (Tonganoxie, Kan.), H. (Johnny) White of Hamlin and David and Margie Swann (Pine Nancy (Jack) Adkins of Culloden; Village, Ind.), grandsons David nine grandchildren and 13 great- Raymond Swann (Lansing, Mich.), and Jeff, Jason and Jon Mace and grandchildren. Velma was a longtime member their families (Plainfield and Indiaof Salt Rock Methodist Church, napolis, Ind.). She is also survived known today as Salt Rock Com- by many United Daughters of the munity Church, where she served Confederacy sisters. Lillian taught kindergarten and as Sunday school teacher, choir member, and VBS teacher. Velma children with special needs. She and her husband were former own- was a joyous singer and dancer. ers/operators of Porter’s Super She was a voracious reader and Dollar, Inc. of Hamlin. Above all, loved to travel. Her inexhaustible she loved the Lord and served him curiosity and family loyalty led her to extensive genealogical research faithfully all of her life. Services were held June 7 at that will serve others for generaSalt Rock Community Church, Salt tions to come. Services were held June 6 at Rock, with Pastor James Caldwell, Jack Adkins and Matt Fulks. Burial Wallace Funeral Home with Revwas at Porter Cemetery, Salt Rock. erend Allen Stewart officiating. Condolences may be made at Burial was at White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Barboursville. handleyfh.com. Memorials may be made to Milton (WV) Baptist Church, UDC CARRIE OPAL Chapter 2580 (Border Rangers), or BAKER SKEENS Carrie Opal Baker Skeens, 93, of to the Blake Library of Confederate Milton, widow of Douglas Skeens, History at Marshall University or a passed away May 29, 2014. Carrie charity of choice. Wallace Funeral Home, Barbowas born at Branchland Oct. 6, 1920, to the late Martha Naomi ursville, assisted the family with Adkins Hatfield Baker and John arrangements. Newton Baker. She was also preDAN EDWIN WALDEN ceded in death by four brothers; Dan Edwin Walden, 73, of Barfour sisters and a son-in-law. She was a charter member of boursville, passed away June 2, Liberty Missionary Baptist Church. 2014. He was born Aug. 1, 1940, Survivors include her children, and was a son of the late Veroy Phillip Kyle Skeens (Maurine) of Clayton and Opal Clay Walden. Milton, Carrie Diana Ellis of Salt He was also preceded in death by Rock and Sharon Gail McCloud his wife Mildred Walden and son (Ike) of Milton; seven grandchil- John Wesley Walden. dren; 18 great-grandchildren; three He worked for the railroad and great-great-grandchildren with the mines. another due this year; two sistersSurvivors include his daughter in-law; as well as a host of nieces, Bobbi Wiley; step-children Olita nephews, cousins and friends. Scites, Harold Daniels and Donna The family would like to give Potts; three grandchildren; six a special thank you to Carrie’s great-grandchildren; and sisters daughter-in-law, granddaughters and brothers-in-law Patty (Charles) and great-granddaughter who Watson and Judy (Robert) Thomptook such special care of her; to son. her doctor, Gregory Carico for Services were held June 5 at his kindness, calm demeanor and McGhee Handley Funeral Home, steady patience; to Bobby Moore West Hamlin with Eddie Chapand Christie Davis of Hospice man officiating. Burial was in Dial for their care and compassion; to Cemetery, Branchland. Rhonda Layne whose quiet sweet Condolences to the family may voice calms in crisis; and lastly be made at www.handleyfh.com. Rosie Ragland, Mother’s caregiver and friend. Services were held May 31 at McGhee-Handley Funeral Home, West Hamlin, with Pastors Kim Stone and James Jobe officiating. Burial was at Watson Cemetery, Branchland.
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962 DUGAN STREET HUNTINGTON, WV 25705****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3301 E S TAT E N A M E : PATRICK FULKS EXECUTRIX: JOYCE FULKS RT 2 BOX 331 MILTON, WV 255419787 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3120 E S TAT E N A M E : DESIREE LYNETTE GARNES A D M I N I S T R AT O R C TA : H O WA R D R CREWS JR 1002 THIRD AVENUE PO BOX 1835 HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-1506 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3295 E S TAT E N A M E : L O R E T TA R E E D HAGLER EXECUTOR: FREDDIE LEE HAGLER 1804 9TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25703-1736 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3101 E S TAT E N A M E : WILLIAM JEFFREY HANICHEN ADMINISTRATRIX: JANET C HANICHEN 105 MCCONKEY AVENUE BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-1536 ATTORNEY: MICHAEL P ADDAIR PO BOX 2185 HUNTINGTON, WV 25722-2185 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3115 E S TAT E N A M E : LELAND MERLE HOBURG ADMINISTRATRIX: MELISSA REEVES HOBURG 2602 COLLIS AVENUE APT 1 HUNTINGTON, WV 25702-1317 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3329 E S TAT E N A M E : RAYMOND VICTOR LORENTZ SR A D M I N I S T R ATO R : CURTIS ANDERSON 1426 6TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3370 E S TAT E N A M E : R O B E RT J O S E P H MOSS JR A D M I N I S T R AT O R C TA : E D WA R D C MOSS 41 PERSIMMON LANE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-9201 AT T O R N E Y: T I M MEISEL ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3204 E S TAT E N A M E : CLARA LOUISE SMITH EXECUTOR: LONNIE WAYNE MEADOWS RT 2 BOX 212 ONA, WV 25545-9648 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R :
Notice of Administration to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5 TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of We st Virginia Code 41-5-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Settlement of the estate(s) of the following named decedent(s) will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within 90 days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party of interest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and good cause is shown to support reference to a fiduciary commissioner. Publication Date: 2014/06/05 Claim Deadline Date: ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3158 E S TAT E N A M E : CLOVIS ADKINS EXECUTOR: CHARLES WILKERSON VP & TRUST OFFICER FOR CITY NATIONAL BANK 1900 THIRD AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25703-1107 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3185 E S TAT E N A M E : FREDDIE RAY ASH CO EXECUTOR: RODNEY SCOTT ASH 4751 GILL RIDGE ROAD LETART, WV 252539108 CO EXECUTOR: ROBERT RAY ASH 1228 MONTCLAIR COURT LAWRENCEBURG, IN 47025-7673 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3155 E S TAT E N A M E : GROVER DANIEL BUTCHER A D M I N I S T R ATO R : RODNEY DALE BUTCHER PO BOX 2972 CHAPMANVILLE, WV 25508****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3331 E S TAT E N A M E : J U A N I TA J E A N CALES E X E C U T R I X : CAROLYN HILL
LEGAL NOTICE 3228 E S TAT E N A M E : JEFFREY WALTER WEST ADMINISTRATRIX: LINDA J WEST 4 MARQUIS DRIVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25705-3713 ****************** Subscribed and sworn to before me on 05/30/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 6-5, 6-12 cs
SCOTT DEPOT, WV 25560-9565 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2971 ESTATE NAME: JOE NELSON A D M I N S T R AT O R : GREGORY J NELSON 127 MOOREFIELD PLACE SCOTT DEPOT, WV 25560-9565 ****************** Subscribed and sworn to before me on 05/30/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE 2t 6-5, 6-12 cs Notice of Administration Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5 TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of We s t Vi rg i n i a C o d e 41-5-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within thirty days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with the West Virginia Code 44-2-2 if assigned to a fiduciary commissioner. If no reference to a fiduciary commissioner is listed herein, claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 441-14A(10). ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2965 ESTATE NAME: JANIE ADKINS A D M I N I S T R ATO R : ARTHUR L ADKINS 5333 HALE BRANCH ROAD BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-9634 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2967 E S TAT E N A M E : BEATRICE HELEN CROCKETT ADMINISTRATRIX: PAULA JOHNSON 18025 HIGHWAY B HOUSTON, MO 654832821 ****************** E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2970 E S TAT E N A M E : LOVEY BURL NELSON A D M I N I S T R ATO R : GREGORY J NELSON 127 MOOREFIELD PLACE
County Courthouse, and a copy of said petition is available for each respondent at said office upon request. You may also contact the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to obtain the name of the attorney appointed to represent you. STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA By Counsel, M E L I A AT W E L L ADKINS, SB #10658 Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Cabell County, West Virginia 2t 6-5, 6-12 cs
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CABELL C O U N T Y, W E S T VIRGINIA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CABELL C O U N T Y, W E S T VIRGINIA
WEST VIRGINIA D E PA RT M E N T O F HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES, ex rel, Demetria Kosh, Social Service Worker, Petitioner,
WEST VIRGINIA D E PA RT M E N T O F HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES, ex rel, Debbie Pigman, Social Service Worker, Petitioner,
vs. CIVIL ACTION NO. 13-JA-117 JUDGE PA U L FARRELL
vs. CIVIL ACTION NO. 14-JA-58-59 JUDGE ALFRED E. FERGUSON
SANDRA JOHNSON, JABIN JOHNSON, SAVANNAH JOHNSON Respondents,
CARRIE COOPER JUSTICE, JEREME WHITE, PEYTON WHITE, SARAH C O O P E R , K AY L E E THOMPSON, LEXIE COOPER, LANDON CALDERON, XANDER CALDERON, and ANY UNKNOWN PUTATIVE FAT H E R ( S ) O F LANDON CALDERON and XANDER CALDERON Respondents,
IN THE INTEREST OF THE MINOR CHILD IN THE RESPONDENTS’ CUSTODY: Savannah Johnson, DOB: 02/12/2008, SSN: *****-2982 ORDER OF PUBLICATION Please take notice that this matter will come on for disposition of Jabin Johnson before the Honorable Judge Paul T. Farrell, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cabell County, West Virginia, on the 9th day of July, 2014, at 9:00 a.m., at which time and place you may be present to protect your interests, if you so desire. You are further advised that the minor children and respondents in this proceeding shall have the right to counsel at this hearing and every stage of proceeding; if you cannot pay for the services of counsel, the Court shall appoint counsel for you; and said proceeding can result in permanent termination of parental rights. You are further advised that if an answer or appearance is not made by you at said hearing thereafter, judgment upon proper hearing and trial may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the petition. An original and copies of the petition has been filed in the office of the Circuit Clerk of Cabell County, West Virginia, at the Cabell
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IN THE INTERESTS OF THESE MINOR CHILDREN IN THE RESPONDENTS’ CUSTODY: Sarah Cooper, DOB: 08/28/2003, SSN: UNKNOWN Kaylee Thompson, DOB: 12/24/2005, SSN: UNKNOWN Lexie Cooper, DOB: 08/13/2007, SSN: UNKNOWN Peyton White, DOB: 02/12/2009, SSN: UNKNOWN Landon Calderon, DOB: 07/05/2013, SSN: *****-4650 Xander Calderon, DOB: 07/05/2013, SSN: *****-4404 Aiden Ryan Justice, DOB: 4/23/10, SSN: Unknown ORDER OF PUBLICATION Please take notice that this matter will come on for termination of parental rights of unknown punitive fathers or any other appropriate relief before the Honorable Judge Alfred E. Ferguson, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cabell County, West Virginia,
on the 7th day of July, 2014, at 9:00 a.m., at which time and place you may be present to protect your interests, if you so desire. You are further advised that the minor children and respondents in this proceeding shall have the right to counsel at this hearing and every stage of proceeding; if you cannot pay for the services of counsel, the Court shall appoint counsel for you; and said proceeding can result in permanent termination of parental rights. You are further advised that if an answer or appearance is not made by you at said hearing thereafter, judgment upon proper hearing and trial may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the petition. An original and copies of the petition has been filed in the office of the Circuit Clerk of Cabell County, West Virginia, at the Cabell County Courthouse, and a copy of said petition is available for each respondent at said office upon request. You may also contact the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to obtain the name of the attorney appointed to represent you. STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA By Counsel, MARGARET PHIPPS BROWN, SB #495 Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Cabell County, West Virginia 2t 6-5, 6-12 cs LEGAL NOTICE COMMISSIONER’S N O T I C E O F COMPLETION OF A REPORT IN THE M AT T E R O F T H E SETTLEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS OF: Wa i v e r o f F i n a l Settlement of Gregory L. Howard, Jr. for the Estate of: Jane E. Mossman Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner of the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia, has completed his report in the above-captioned matter(s). You are further notified that such reports will be retained by the said Commissioner at his office until July 5, 2014, to permit examination by interested parties and the filing of exceptions hereto, after which time, said Reports will be filed with the Clerk of the Cabell County Commission. Dated this 2nd day of June, 2011. GREGORY L. HOWARD, JR.
F i d u c i a r y Commissioner County of Cabell State of West Virginia 2t 6-5, 6-12 cs LEGAL NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES OF THE ESTATES OF: LUCY MARIE BLANKENSHIP VIRGINIA BELLE WILKINSON ELIZABETH C. FLECKENSTEIN PATRICIA P. AGEE PETER CLINE GERLACH GLENN E. REHM and HAZEL J. PARSONS All persons having claims against the Estate of said LUCY MARIE B L A N K E N S H I P, VIRGINIA BELLE W I L K I N S O N , ELIZABETH C. FLECKENSTEIN, PATRICIA P. AGEE, PETER CLINE GERLACH, GLENN E. REHM and HAZEL J. PARSONS, Deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same, with the voucher there, legally verified, to the undersigned at 642 Main Street, Ste. 201, Barboursville, West Virginia 25504, on or before September 10, 2012, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said Estate. All beneficiaries of the said Estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. GIVEN under my hand this 5th day of June, 2014. GREGORY L. HOWARD, JR. F i d u c i a r y Commissioner County of Cabell State of West Virginia 2t 6-12, 6-19 cs
LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Administration/to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the following estate(s) have been opened for probate in the CABELL County Clerk’s Office at 750 5 TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of Wes t Virginia Code 41-5-11 through 13. Any interested person objecting to the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of the service of the notice, whichever is
later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Settlement of the estate(s) of the following named decedent(s) will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within 90 days from the first publication of this notice a reference is requested by a party of interest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and good cause is shown to support reference to a fiduciary commissioner. Publication Date: 2014/06/12 Claim Deadline Date: ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3368 E S TAT E N A M E : NELLIE E ALLEN EXECUTOR: JEFFREY J JORDAN 21 CHESTNUT OAK DR CULLODEN, WV 25510-9537 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3164 E S TAT E N A M E : BURMA JO BUDD CO EXECUTRIX: CHERYL BETH JOSEPHI 1507 TETER ROAD CHARLESTON, WV 25314-2330 CO EXECUTRIX: JAMES RUSSELL JOSEPHI 1931 6TH AVENUE APT 4 HUNTINGTON, WV 25703-1520 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3384 E S TAT E N A M E : JOHN MALCOLM CHITTUM A D M I N I S T R AT O R C TA : J O H N M A R C CHITTUM 10026 OAKTON TERRACE RD OAKTON, VA 221242937 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3009 E S TAT E N A M E : BRENDA ANN COMER EXECUTROR: BRAD ALAN COMER 5376 STOCK RD COLUMBUS, OH 43229-5041 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 3113 E S TAT E N A M E : J A M E S L E E MITCHELL EXECUTOR: JAMES A MITCHELL 1 COUNTRY OAKS DRIVE BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-9444 ******************* Subscribed and sworn to before me on 06/06/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 6-12, 6-19 cs
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LEGAL NOTICE qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within 90 days after the date of the first publication or within thirty days of the service of the notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not filed timely, the objection is forever barred. Claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with the West Virginia Code 44-2-2 if assigned to a fiduciary commissioner. If no
LEGAL NOTICE reference to a fiduciary commissioner is listed herein, claims against the estate(s) must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 441-14A(10). ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2972 ESTATE NAME: MARY VIVIAN PERDUE EXECUTRIX: LINDA SUSANNA BAYS 2695 4TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25702-1344 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2973 E S TAT E N A M E :
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ELIZABETH MANN AKA MARGARET ELIZABETH MANN CO EXECUTOR: CHELCIE ADKINS 4955 HUGHES BR RD HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-9781 CO EXECUTRIX: CORALIE ADKINS 4955 HUGHES BR RD HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-9781 AT T O R N E Y: W MERTON PRUNTY 430 SIXTH AVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-1910 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2976
E S TAT E N A M E : C H A R L E S R AY ADKINS A D M I N I S T R ATO R : DAVID B ADKINS 6701 LAKEMONT ROAD QUINTON, VA 231411179 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R : 2980 ESTATE NAME: MARY JEAN HARROLD EXECUTOR: THOMAS R HARROLD 340 12TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-3129 ******************* E S TAT E N U M B E R :
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To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of: Re: Estate of: Roberta L. Raines, Deceased All persons having claims against the above referenced estate, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with supporting vouchers, legally verified, to the undersigned at Woelfel & Woelfel, LLC, 801 Eighth Street, Huntington, West Virginia 25701,
LEGAL NOTICE on or before the 27 th day of August, 2014, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estates. All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. GIVEN under my hand this 27 th day of May, 2014. MATTHEW J. WOELFEL Fiduciary Commissioner for Cabell County, West Virginia 2t 6-5, 6-12 cs
service fee based upon the aggregate total square footage of Impervious available only with adequate mapping and research by the Huntington area owned within the service area. However, said multi-unit property Stormwater Utility, and may be reasonably delayed pending the fulfillment owner will be required to pay a monthly minimum charge on each parcel of these prerequisites. of real property owned. Residential customers who are recipients of Medicaid, food The initial Water Quality service fees and charges shall be stamps, supplemental security income, federal public housing assistance, effective October 1, 2014. Water Quality service fees based upon square low-income home energy assistance program benefits, temporary feet of Impervious area shall not be implemented until mapping of the assistance to needy families benefits, or benefits under other incomeService area has been completed by the Huntington Stormwater Utility. related state or federal programs shall be eligible, upon certification being provided to the Huntington Stormwater Utility, shall pay a Water Quality Returned Check Charge service fee reduced by 65% of the then-applicable Water Quality service fee for Residential customers. Continuation of eligibility for the reduced Water Quality service fee established pursuant to this section shall be A service charge of $25.00 will be imposed upon any customer, subject to annual certification. property owner or any other person or entity whose check is returned by the bank for any reason. A hearing on such Ordinance shall be held in the Council
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Huntington, at its June 9, 2014 council meeting, caused to be read a proposed ordinance titled “An Ordinance Of Council Amending, Modifying And Re-Enacting Part Nine Of The Codified Ordinances Of The City Of Huntington, As Revised, Regarding The Creation Of The Huntington Water Quality Board, The Merger Of The Stormwater Division And The Division of Flood Protection of The Department Of Public Works Into The Huntington Stormwater Utility And The Management and Control Of The Huntington Sanitary Board And The Huntington Stormwater Utility Under The Huntington Water Quality Board”. The Ordinance is proposed to be effective from passage. In addition to the actions referenced in the title of the Ordinance, Water Quality Service fees and charges are included in Section 935.06. This notice is intended to comply with the requirements of West Virginia Code §8-13-13 as well as §16-13-16 to EFT, Credit Card and Drop Box Payments provide notice of the proposed Water Quality Service fees and charges. Those Water Quality Service fees and charges set forth in Section 935.06 A service charge will be imposed on EFT, Credit Card or Drop in the proposed Ordinance are as follows: Box Payments or any other electronic transactions. The amount shall be equal to the actual charges to the utility from any source. Residential
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Delayed Payment Penalty On all current usage billings not paid in full by the latest pay date, ten percent (10%) will be added to the net current amount unpaid. This delayed payment penalty is not interest and is to be collected only once for each bill where it is appropriate. The City Council may, from time to time, by ordinance, change the Water Quality service fees or charges.
The Huntington Stormwater Utility shall assign discount credits to those newly constructed properties employing volumetric flow reduction facilities, and to those existing properties employing volume and/or rate of flow reduction practices. A non-residential customer with Multi-unit property owners are eligible to pay a non-residential an aggregate total of impervious area exceeding 1,000,000 square feet shall not be eligible for such discount credit. The credits may be made
Chambers, City Hall, 800 Fifth Avenue, Huntington, on June 23, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. Said hearing is open to the public and all interested parties may appear at the hearing and present protests, if any, with respect to the proposed Ordinance. The second reading on such Ordinance shall follow the hearing. If thirty percent (30%) of the qualified voters of the City, by petition duly signed by them in their own handwriting and filed with the City Clerk of the City of Huntington, within forty-five (45) days after the date of the passage of the ordinance protest against the Water Quality Service fees and charges set forth in Section 935.06 of the Ordinance as enacted or amended, such Water Quality Service fees and charges set forth in Section 935.06 shall not become effective until such fees and charges are ratified by a majority of the legal votes cast by the qualified voters of the City of Huntington at a regular municipal election or special municipal election, as directed by the City Council. All other provisions of the ordinance will remain effective from passage of the Ordinance. A copy of the proposed Ordinance is available for public inspection at the Clerk’s Office, City Hall, 800 Fifth Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia, during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 2t 6-12, 6-19 cs
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Midland sends three to North-South classic By Matt Gajtka firstname.lastname@example.org Cabell Midland will be well represented when 73 graduating high school football players don helmets and pads for the annual North-South Classic on June 21. The game gives some of the best prep talent in West Virginia one last opportunity to play for school and personal pride. The Knights’ Cody Ballengee, Teran Barnitz and Josh Cox were selected to play for Team South Saturday evening in Charleston. “I think it’ll be extremely fun playing against the best players in the state,” said Ballengee, a 2013 first-team all-state honoree at offensive/defensive lineman. “A lot of time you’ll be the only player on (all-star teams), but this year I get two teammates.” Barnitz, a running back/linebacker, and tight end/linebacker Cox will join Ballengee at Laidley Field. All three helped the Knights to a 9-3 record last fall under coach Luke Salmons. Midland made it to the final eight in Class AAA, where it fell to eventual state champion Martinsburg. “We had no superstars, but we individually played our part for the success of the team,” said the 6-foot, 210-pound Barnitz, who committed to the United States Military Academy after piling up 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns in his senior season. “I’m stoked to play one more game in high school and have the opportunity to play with the best.” Ballengee, Barnitz and Cox were also part of the 2012 Midland team that won the Mountain State Athletic Conference and went all the way to the Class AAA final before suffering its first loss of the season. The Knights’ recent playoff appearances surely helped raise the profile of individual players, especially when it comes to getting noticed. A total of 21 teams had multiple players invited to the North-South Classic, but Midland
Josh Cox (No. 13) will join his teammates on Team South. He has secured preferred walk-on status at Marshall.
Teran Barnitz, a running back/linebacker, and tight end/linebacker, has committed to the United States Military Academy. is one of just six schools to have three. Huntington, Bridgeport, Jefferson, Washington and Wheeling Park will also have trios in the game. “It shows that we are one of the top programs in the state,” Cox said. “I’m really excited for me and my teammates, and to represent Midland. Everyone contributed to our success, not just the players picked (for the North-South Classic).” In addition to future Army cadet Barnitz, Cox and Ballengee also have plans to make an impact at the college level. The 6-foot, 245-pound Ballengee will suit up this fall for West Virginia Wesleyan, while the 6-3, 220-pound Cox has secured preferred walk-on status at Marshall. Ballengee said although he
won’t be the biggest body on the line for Wesleyan, his knowledge of the game should give him an edge over the competition. Asked for a scouting report on his fellow North-South invitees, Ballangee said Barnitz’s persistence and strength set him apart, and Cox’s willingness to be aggressive and “a (jerk) on the field” make him a standout. Barnitz characterized the opportunity to play alongside his Midland teammates one final time as “bittersweet.” North-South Classic teams will begin practicing June 15 at West Virginia State University, with the game kicking off at 7 p.m. June 21. Greenbrier West’s Lewis McClung will coach Team South, with Bill Haddox of East Fairmont handling Team North.
Cody Ballengee (No. 55), a 2013 first-team all-state honoree at offensive/defensive lineman, was selected to play on Team South. Team South has won the past four games, including a 43-14 decision in 2013. The southerners also lead the all-time series 35-18-3. Last year’s game drew an estimated 2,700 fans to Laidley Field. For more information on the game, follow @NSFootballWV on Twitter or search for “North-
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