Milton SuperValu property draws interest Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Several potential buyers have looked at the SuperValu warehouse in Milton, but none has committed to purchasing the property. “I know the lookers they’ve had are good companies and are serious,” said Gary Walton, president of the Huntington Area Development Council. “Lookers are lookers. That doesn’t mean anything until someone buys.” SuperValu announced on Jan. 13 that it planned to close the warehouse at the end of this month and consolidate its operations with an underutilized distribution center in the Pittsburgh area. The closing of the Milton warehouse affects about 90 workers. About 60 of those are covered by a Teamsters contract. Luke Friedrich, external communications and public affairs manager for SuperValu, said the warehouse is on schedule to close at the end of the month. “The one thing I would add is that we’ve taken several steps to assist the impacted employees, including placing some employees in positions within SuperValu as well as assisting those seeking new employment elsewhere,” he said. Walton said finding a buyer for the warehouse is complicated by how ownership of the property is structured. SuperValu owns the freezer space and some land, while the dry and cool spaces are owned by another party, he said. SEE SUPERVALU ON PAGE 6
Civil War Days return to Barboursville By Matt Gajtka firstname.lastname@example.org
The distant past will soon become the present in Cabell County, as Civil War Days are scheduled for Barboursville Park from May 2-4. Battle re-enactments a camp dance and a critically-acclaimed one-man show will highlight the weekend's festivities, all of which are designed to invoke the spirit of the early 1860s. Many local Civil War enthusiasts will take part in the activities, including Barboursville natives Easter Miller and Shaun Beckett. Both belong to a four-generation family of passionate re-enactors. "It's like an addiction," said Miller, who along with grandson Beckett showed off her gray Confederate-era garb at a Barboursville city council meeting April 15. "We've met a lot of wonderful people. It's a fun thing to do and we're hooked." Beckett's young daughter Ashton has also gotten into the re-enactment scene, as has his mother Natalie Adkins, who is Miller's daughter. While Miller self-deprecatingly calls herself "porch fluff," Beckett goes all in with the camp experience alongside fellow soldiers.
Barboursville natives Easter Miller (left) and Shaun Beckett display their authentically styled Confederate clothing at a city council meeting April 15. Both will participate in Civil War Days festivities, which are scheduled for May 2-4 at Barboursville Park. John Belcher, division commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, will lead the battle re-enactments. The Guyandotte resident represents his ancestor Gen. Albert Jenkins, a two-term United States congressman from Cabell County and prominent figure in several Confederate cam-
paigns. Civil War Days begin Friday, May 2 with an education session from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. tailored toward school-age children, but all are welcome for North Carolina native Stan Clardy's "Soldiers In Gray" production at 8 p.m. "It will bring you to tears,"
Belcher said. "The man is very informed of all aspects of the war. Not just the Southern perspective, but all perspectives." Billed as a musical journey through the war, "Soldiers In Gray" features Clardy playing the SEE WAR ON PAGE 4
School board recognizes art and food programs By Amanda White
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The Cabell County Board of Education celebrated student services at their second April meeting with presentations from the Huntington Museum of Art and Cabell County's Food Service Program. The Huntington Museum of Art gave its annual presentation to the board during the April 15 regular meeting, elaborating on its
talented and gifted (TAG) program for Cabell students. "This is a great partnership between the museum and Cabell County," Education Director Katherine Cox said. Cox said elementary TAG teachers use the museum to integrate arts into the other disciplines, such as basing art projects on books they are reading in class. One such project included making paper and pottery. "One of the things we do with
them is pottery and paper making," Cox said. "It just expands their learning. It's a great experience for them - an experience they wouldn't usually get." Cox said the students enjoy their time at the museum. "It's so great to see them excited about learning," she said. "They get so involved." Following the museum's presentation, Rhonda McCoy, director of Cabell County's Food Service Program, informed the board on
the progress of the Community Eligibility Option (CEO) program. It is a program that uses community demographics to determine which schools will be offered breakfast and lunch meals completely free of charge. The program started in 2011 with Guyandotte Elementary serving as a pilot program, and has now expanded to 15 schools across the county. At schools SEE BOARD ON PAGE 6
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Coffee & Conversation April 25 The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce will present its Coffee & Conversation series, sponsored by Community Trust Bank, on Friday, April 25, at 8:30 a.m. at the Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau in Heritage Station, 210 11th St., Huntington. 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.
inal steel guitar player for the late country music star Hank Snow, will perform Saturday, April 26, at the Mountaineer Opry House, Milton. Admission is adults $15, children 12 & under $5. Tickets sold at the door day of show. For more information call 304-743-5749.
Vera Bradley bingo Vera Bradley bingo, Saturday, April 26, 4 p.m. at the Cabell County 4-H Camp, 6040 Booten Creek Road, Barboursville. Hosted by Cabell County 4-H teens, cost is $25 at the door. Twenty games will be played - all with a chance to win Vera Bradley merchandise.
Children's Art Festival set The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Downtown Live Committee will present its seventh annual Children’s Art Festival Extravaganza (CAFÉ) on Saturday, April 26, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Heritage Station, 11th Street, Huntington. CAFÉ is a free event designed for children ages 3-12, featuring a dozen art stations. For more information about this event or the committee, contact the Chamber at 304-5255131.
Rob McNurlin and his cowboy band to perform at Opry House Rob McNurlin and his cowboy band featuring Kayton Roberts, Grand Ole Opry star and the orig-
Girls on the Run The Cabell/Wayne Celebration 5K/10K is scheduled 2 p.m. Sunday, April 27 at Barboursville Park. Contact Michele Muth at email@example.com for more information.
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Photo workshop Renaissance Art Gallery will host a free photo workshop 2 - 4 p.m. Sunday, April 27. The public is invited. Renaissance Gallery member Laura Moul will provide camera check-ups, basic photo tips, hands-on practice, as well as providing travel photography ideas. Space will be limited to 15 participants. To reserve a seat, please call Laura at 304-743-8281. Scholarship deadline draws near The Milton Youth Sports Association will award one $500 scholarship to a graduating senior that has previously participated in a MYSA sponsored sport. For more information, contact Cindy at 304-633-6722 or email@example.com. Deadline is May 1. Cinema under the stars begins 2014 season Cinema Under the Stars kicks off the 2014 season May 2 at Heritage Station, 210 11th Street, Huntington with the Alfred Hitchcock classic thriller, “Rear Window.” Admission is $1. Movies begin at dusk. Check https://www.facebook.com/cinemaunderthestarswv for updates and a complete schedule. Guyandotte Elementary bringing back Carnival Guyandotte Elementary School’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) will host the school’s
A line drive to Barboursville for the third annual Home Runs for Hunger softball game, Dutch Miller Kia and Moses Automall will battle at Barboursville Park, Saturday, May 3 at 7 p.m. New for 2014, a free Hit, Pitch & Run competition sponsored by the Hit Center for girls and boys age 7 to 14 years old. Registration starts at 2:30 p.m.
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Huntington to celebrate National Train Day Downtown Live, a committee of the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce, announces that the City of Huntington will celebrate National Train Day May 3, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with ceremonies scheduled for 12:30. The event will be at Heritage Station, 210 11th St., Huntington. For additional information, contact the Suzanne Brady, Downtown Live Coordinator, at 304-525-5131. Barboursville meetings and holidays Tuesday, May 6 - Council meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 13 – Election Day - Park Board meeting 7:30 pm. Tuesday, May 20 - Council meeting 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 26 - Sanitary Board 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 27 - Planning Commission 7:30 p.m.
Council meetings are held in the community center. Ballroom dance lessons Learning to Cha-cha classes every Monday in May, 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the Underwood Center, 632 Ninth Ave., Huntington The class is for any adult wanting to learn to dance. Dress code is “comfortable.” Shoes need to let your feet move easily on the floor - an old pair of socks is great. For cost and more information, contact Gayle Riggs 304-453-1250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Fit in Him exercise classes Fit in Him exercise classes, for the body and spirit, 11 a.m. to noon, Tuesdays and Thursdays at Milton Baptist Church. The class aims to be a fun, enriching experience for participants. For details call 304-743-3461. Scrapbooking, card, stamping workshop Workshop held the first Thursday of the every month, 11 a.m. 1 p.m. at Cox Landing Branch Library, Cox Landing Elementary School, Lesage. Participants must bring scissors and acid-free glue. M.A.R.S. medically assisted recovery support This outreach of Milton Baptist Church helps young people with recovery from alcohol or drug addiction. The group meets every Friday, 7 - 8 p.m. Contact the church office for more information, 304-743-3461.
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Sorsaia gets first-hand look at Al-Qaeda By Kelly Stadelman email@example.com
During the heart of the basketball season, Putnam County prosecutor Mark Sorsaia spent a week sitting in a courtroom in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, with Al-Qaeda terrorists instead of in the Hurricane High School gym cheering for his son, Henry. “It was probably one of the most interesting experiences of my legal career,” he said. “I can’t say it was fun, but it was fascinating.” Sorsaia was selected by the government to travel to Cuba and observe the military commission court trial for two Al-Qaeda terrorists, Abd al-Rahim Hussein Muhammed Abdu Al-Nashiri and Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Haza al Darbi. “I was the former vice president for the National District Attorneys Association, and that put me on the first list,” he said. “I got a phone call and was asked if I wanted to be on another list of the prosecutors to go to Guantanamo, and I said I would.” Sorsaia left Andrews Air Force Base for Cuba on Feb. 16 with a group of 11 other civilian observers. He was the only prosecutor in a group that included defense attorneys, ACLU individuals, freelance writers and people from the Judicial Watch organization. After landing at the U.S. military base near Guantanamo Bay, a ferry took Sorsaia across an inlet to “Camp Justice,” a place he would call home for seven days. “It was a secured area with courtrooms, and there was an Army base like you would see in Afghanistan, a base camp with tents,” he said. “I stayed in a tent for a week with several other guys. It was like being in the Army. There is a latrine tent and a shower tent.” Sorsaia said prior to going to Cuba he did some homework on
the military commission court proceedings and the two terrorists. According to the Office of Military Commission, Nashiri is charged with “perfidy, murder in violation of the law of war, attempted murder in violation of the law of war, terrorism, conspiracy, intentionally causing serious bodily injury, attacking civilians, attacking civilian objects, and hazarding a vessel. The charges arise out of an attempted attack on the USS Cole in October 2000. “Darbi is charged with conspiracy, attacking civilian objects, hazarding a vessel, terrorism, attempt, and aiding the enemy. The charges stem from an attempt to carry out terrorist attacks against shipping vessels in the Strait of Hormuz and off the coast of Yemen, and a completed terrorist attack against the French oil tanker, MV Limburg.” Darbi worked for Nashiri. In the year following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Bush administration started capturing and imprisoning Al-Qaeda terrorists, Sorsaia explained. During interrogation the CIA used waterboarding techniques on many of the war criminals to get information. “The Bush administration decided to send them to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and prosecute those that could be prosecuted and detain those that couldn’t,” he said. “This was a unique situation because for the first time in history the U.S. kept the enemy combatants.” When President Obama took office he hoped to close the Guantanamo Bay prison due to the controversy surrounding the techniques the CIA used to gather intelligence. However, there wasn’t another facility to house the war criminals and the prison remained open. Five years ago Congress passed the Military Commissions Act of 2009. The act created the military
Prosecuting Attorney Mark Sorsaia was assigned an escort, Mark Braux while at Camp Justice. Braux escorted Sorsaia daily to meals and the courtroom. commission that combined military and civilian criminal code and prosecuting procedures for terrorists, Sorsaia said. “They created this court for the purpose of dealing with the detainees,” he explained. “It is my understanding that under the military commission act that the government wanted to open up the proceedings for some transparency.” Sorsaia said that transparency was one of the main reasons he was there observing the proceedings. “If the government is successful in executing Nashiri, the government understands in today’s world there is going to be a debate,” he said. “The debate is going to be did the United States railroad this guy, torture this guy, execute this guy without a fair trial? “The government is going to have to defend its actions, so what they do is have people like me there to observe.” On Monday, Feb. 17, Sorsaia woke up at 5 a.m. ate breakfast and was seated in the military courtroom by 8 a.m. He planned
to do the same thing on Tuesday but Nashiri had different plans. “Nashiri’s lawyer gets up and says ‘I got into a fight with my client and my client wants to fire me’ and the judge just stops and looks,” Sorsaia said. “We get into the debate about should he get another lawyer, should he not get another lawyer. “If he fires the lawyer it is going to delay things for months. I’m angry because I went to Guantanamo to watch this then on Tuesday he wants to fire his lawyer.” The judge gave everyone the afternoon off to see if something
could be worked out. “So my soldier friends took me to the beach,” he said. “It was beautiful.” Being the only prosecutor allowed Sorsaia to spend time with Gen. Mark Martin and the other members of the prosecution team. “I was very impressed with the prosecution lawyers,” he said. “We would talk and they would ask me questions, ‘Well, did you ever have this happen to you?’ “What was really surprising to me was there was a lot of things in play that I have a lot of experience on.” The trial did continue throughout the remainder of the week. Sorsaia said he experienced a range of emotions while observing. “Sometimes I found it interesting,” he said. “I found it legally fascinating, the issues and debates as a lawyer especially and as a state prosecutor. Sometimes I got angry, sad and disgusted. But I guess that is the nature of criminal ligation. “But when you are sitting in the room with Al-Qaeda, people that are accused of being Al-Qaeda terrorists that did what they did and remember 9-11, it is kind of a strange experience and you see victims of the families there.”
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The season of grief One of our co-workers had a family member to pass away a few weeks ago. I saw my coworker recently and she thanked us for all we did for her. As I was speaking with her, she was saying how merciful and gracious the Lord was in allowing her husband to go to eternity quickly and not
linger in suffering. I was so moved by her testimony and told her that a true christian always gives God the glory and doesn’t blame Him for bad things in their lives. She was so glad that her husband was a christian and lived out his faith. She knew, and he did also, that he was a child of God and in God’s care. Her words were so
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Barboursville Spring cleanup Spring Cleanup week in Barboursville will be May 5 through 10 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Barboursville pool parking lot. Items not accepted include
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WAR FROM PAGE 1 part of a Confederate soldier before, during and after the battles that fractured America. earn more about the play at stanclardy.com. "You need to bring a hanky," Miller said. "I saw it and I couldn't believe how good it was." Clardy will also bring his popular puppet "Bobby Lee Opossum" to entertain children throughout the weekend. Saturday, May 3 will feature 2 p.m. military activities at Lake William. A noontime "ladies tea" social gathering will take place beforehand, and the day wraps up with a dinner dance at 7 p.m. and an artillery firing over the water at 10 p.m. On Sunday, Baptist minister Matt Hornbeck will officiate a 10 a.m. church service before another battle session at 2 p.m.
Camp closes at 4 p.m. Belcher said attendees are in for a special treat, as full-blooded Cherokee Joseph Smith, a.k.a. Crazy Fox, is scheduled to be in Barboursville for the weekend. Smith has been officially honored by the Cherokee Nation for his portrayal of native scouts in Civil War re-enactments. "A lot of people discredit the Native American involvement in the Civil War, but it was a very real aspect," Belcher said. "I'm the only commanding officer to utilize Cherokee scouts (in re-nactments). There's so many kernels of truth there. That's one little aspect of what we do as far as bringing out all aspects of history." There is no charge to attend any of the events. Interested reenactors can register at Barboursville Park on May 2 and 3 prior to activities.
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“New, what’s new?” Thought for the week: Ecclesiastes 1:9 The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done; and there is no new thing under the sun. KJV. There is no new thing under the sun, this is God’s word. Did this include the fields of medicine and scientific discoveries? Man has come a long way in the study of the human body both in good and bad ways. I recently read of a medical invention for a man who was paralyzed below the waist, unable to walk. Doctors placed
wires to his spinal cord. Using a remote devise to stimulate the wires, the man was able to stand and walk again. Have you read about the lawn grass that is planted in the fall, comes up in spring, stops growing at one inch above ground, stays green all spring and summer, then dies in the fall? No more lawn mowing, 1 Corinthians 1:25 Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men. Each day is new and a new discovery is found in the medical field. Something may happen that
The Cabell Standard comforting to me as I have not had but a few people to pass away that I grieved over. One of them was my grandma Carpenter. The Lord gave us grace for her funeral service and His presence was surely felt. As I continued speaking with our co-worker, she said that my season of grief would come and she knew the Lord would see me through it. I have never thought of death as a season of grief, but she made me see that it will come to all of us and may the Lord keep our hearts and minds when that time comes… as we only go through it for a season. you’ve never heard of before. Sometimes, things occur that we never thought we’d live to see in our lifetime. 1 Corinthians 2:9 But as it is written, eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him. Life is precious. We take it for granted that tomorrow will come. We plan ahead - days, months and years. Should we just live for today? One thing I know, you should always tell the people you love, how you feel about them while they’re still alive. That’s not a new thing. But a good reminder. Tell all those in your life how you feel about them, that would be something for them to cherish. Tell God you love Him, too. Prayer: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be thy name, show us how to love as you love us – with love for all. Amen.
Museum of Art Shop book launch event The Huntington Museum of Art Museum Shop will host the book launch for "Dispatches of a Columnist" by Diane Mufson on Tuesday, April 29, at 5:30 p.m. Admission to the event is free. Refreshments will be served. Copies of Mufson's book will be available
for purchase in the Museum Shop. Mufson, who recently retired as a licensed psychologist after practicing psychology in Huntington for more than 30 years, has written opinion columns for The Herald-Dispatch for more than 15 years on a wide
range of topics. Her book is a collection of columns that she believes are her readers' favorites and are divided into chapters such as "Family Matters" and "The Road Ahead." For more information on events at HMA, call (304) 529-2701.
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Despite setback to Hurricane, Cabell Midland softball climbing rankings
Midland pitcher Kyla Shull commits to West Virginia Tech
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Cabell Midland has steadily climbed the Class AAA softball rankings for the past two weeks, rising to No. 3 in the latest West Virginia Sportswriters Association poll. The Knights recent action included a trip to Buffalo's Best of the Best Tournament, where they went 3-1. But while Midland routed Morgantown and St. Albans on Friday and No. 2 Logan on Saturday to advance to the semifinals, a 4-2 loss to topranked defending state champion Hurricane left a bitter aftertaste. "We hit the ball extremely well on Friday, but came out a little flat on Saturday," Midland coach Jeanne Lunsford said. "We didn't play to our full capability." The Knights took steps toward neutralizing that memory on Monday, April 21 at Winfield, as they overwhelmed the host Generals 9-1. It was the latest huge output for the Midland offense, which has posted eight or more runs in eight of its past 10 games. As has been the case all season, the Knights received contributions from up and down the lineup against Winfield. Midland piled up 16 hits in the five-inning game, with six players collecting at least two. Senior second baseman Makayla Waugh catalyzed the effort from her usual No. 2 spot in the order. She went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI. "I think we're jelling really well," Waugh said. "We're coming alive and starting to hit the ball." Midland, which improved to 16-5 with the run-rule victory, put a down payment on the win with a six-run third inning, during which it sent 12 batters to the plate. Catcher Alyssa Koontz drove in two during the frame with a shot off the right-field fence, while Tori Adkins, Abbie Tolbert and Waugh added RBI. First baseman Tolbert drove in three runs on the evening, starting with a two-out double in the second that tied the score at 1-1. Mandi King rapped three singles and leadoff hitter Jordan Colliflower reached base three times. But offense wasn't the whole story for Midland, which played another clean game in the field to support pitchers Kyla Shull (two innings), Jenna Marsh (two) and Olivia Canterbury (one). "I think we get in the right position to make plays we need to make," Waugh said. "Our fielders
Midland second baseman Makayla Waugh bends to scoop up a grounder at Winfield Tuesday. Waugh singled, doubled and walked while driving in three runs during the Knights’ 9-1 win.
Although she'd had more than her share of success in high school softball, Cabell Midland senior Kyla Shull didn't see herself playing in college. That all changed recently, as Shull has committed to pitch for West Virginia Tech. Shull made it official April 11, capping a rapid recruiting process born of happenstance. WVU Tech coaches first approached her when she attended the signing ceremony of a friend. "They needed pitchers and one of the girls there knew me," Shall said. Shull, who plans to major in nursing, said the interest from a college program has boosted her morale in the midst of her final season at Midland. "It gave me more confidence in myself," she said. "It made me feel better." Shull looked the part of an assured athlete Monday, April 14 against St. Albans, her first start after deciding to play in college. Riding an effective fastballscrewball combination, she allowed only one ball to leave the infield in the Knights' 8-0 runrule victory. The 18-year-old Milton native struck out seven St. Albans batters on her way to a shutout in the five-inning contest. The lone hit against her was of the infield variety, and she issued only one walk. "Kyla was strong," said Midland senior catcher Alyssa Koontz, who has been catching
Midland senior pitcher Kyla Shull fires home in the first inning Monday night at Winfield. A recent commit to West Virginia Tech, Shull is one of the Knights' leaders as they try to make a run in Class AAA. Shull for four years. "It was one of her best games so far." Shull has been playing softball since she was 5, taking up pitching about nine years ago. Although Midland projects to have a shot at another postseason push, Shull can be assured that this spring won't be the end of her competitive career in the sport. Shull was scheduled to start on Midland's senior night Wednesday against Nitro.
Mandi King watches her first inning fly ball against Winfield pitcher Abbie Short. King went 3-for-4. are smart, they know who's pitching and where they need to be to get to the ball." Assertive baserunning also helped Midland light up the scoreboard at Jeff Wymer Field, something Lunsford said was an improvement from their secondday performance at the Buffalo tournament. "The other day we made some baserunning errors and mistakes," she said. "They were playing smarter, running smarter (Monday). "When you hit the ball solid like that, you can be aggressive. If you're popping up, it's hard to
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be." Following a senior night confrontation with Nitro, Midland will face Hurricane on Thursday for the third time this season. The Knights have dropped their first two meetings with Class AAA's No. 1-ranked squad, although both have been tight games. "It should be a good one," said Lunsford of Thursday's upcoming matchup. "Our girls knew they didn't play their best game (in Buffalo), but we hung in there with Hurricane. When you don't play your best and you're still in games, that's something to feel good about."
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SUPERVALU FROM PAGE 1 “Anytime you have two owners, it makes it more difficult to negotiate a sale or lease,” Walton said. Ken Hall, president of Teamsters Local 175, has said the aver-
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where the program has not yet been implemented, reduced status students continue to receive free meals. In addition to the CEO program, McCoy described the three breakfast initiatives implemented in the county: Grab n Go Breakfast, Breakfast after First and Breakfast in the Classroom. She said these initiatives were established in order to get more students eating breakfast on a regular basis. The effort proved effective as the number of breakfasts served increased by 16 percent between the 2011 and 2012
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school year. "You look at facts, I look at children being fed," board member Skip Parsons said. "They can go to class without growling stomachs. Children can't eat through hunger." There are only five schools left to implement the specialized lunch program and McCoy said that would happen in the near future. The Cabell County School Board meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. All meetings are open to the public.
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ORA GALE BLEDSOE Ora Gale Bledsoe, 81, of Barboursville, passed away April 12, 2014, at St. Mary's Medical Center. Services were held April 15 at Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, by Pastor Winford Curry. Burial was in Oaklawn Memorial Park. She was born March 11, 1933, in Barboursville, a daughter of the late Olta Lee and Grethel Sutphin Tassen. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clinton Reed Bledsoe; one son, William Bledsoe; two sisters, Violet Finley and Betty Perry; and one brother, Bill Tassen. Survivors include three daughters, Debra Hagley (Larry), Patricia Jarvis (Mike) and Pamela Meadows (Lonnie); one son, Jeffrey Bledsoe (Mona); one sister, Eva Hughes; and one brother, Ronnie Tassen; 12 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. BETTY JOE STRICKLAND BOOTH Betty Joe Strickland Booth, 81, widow of Clarence O. Booth, Jr. died April 14, 2014 at St. Mary’s Medical Center. She was a resident at Rose Terrace Health and Rehab, Culloden, WV and formerly lived in Barboursville. She was born Dec. 23, 1932, in Kanawha County, WV, daughter of the late Jasper and Kathelene (Grass) Strickland of Clendenin, WV. She was predeceased by eleven brothers and sisters and son-in-law, Allen Short. She was a member of Steele Memorial United Methodist Church and was a member of Rebekah Lodge #143. Survivors include her daughter, Kathleen Booth Short of Ona; grandchildren: Candie (Jerry) Clatworthy of Huntington, and Joseph Short of Lesage; greatgrandchildren: Madison Short, Emily and Alyssa Clatworthy; sister, Nellie (Chilton) Mitchell and brother, Danny (Barb) Strickland of Bomont, WV; many nieces, nephews, and her extended Rose Terrace family. Services were held April 17 at Haven of Rest Memorial Gardens, Hometown, WV, by Rev. Dr. John Sauvage. Memorial donations may be made to Steele Memorial United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 346,
Barboursville, WV 25504. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. JUANITA JEAN CALES Juanita Jean Cales, 79, of Milton passed away April 14, 2014 at her residence. Services were held April 18 at Heck Funeral Home, Milton with Pastor Chad Clark officiating. Burial was in Rome Cemetery, Rome, OH. She was born Jan. 12, 1935 in Cabell County, a daughter of the late Elmer and Sylvia Carrier Wallace. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, William Slater; two sons, William Slater, Jr. and Rodney Laney; two daughters, Debra Slater and Teresa Slater; her second husband, Wayne Cales; one brother, James Wallace; three sisters, Phyllis Settle, Patricia Settle and Peggy Chapman; one niece and one nephew. Juanita was a member of Good Hope Baptist Church, Milton and was retired from Mildred Mitchell-Bateman Hospital, Huntington. Survivors include two brothers, Teddy (Rita) Wallace of Milton and Larry Wallace of Chapmanville, WV; one sister, Carolyn (Gary) Hill of Huntington; six nephews, Mark Chapman of Milton, Jay Chapman of Roanoke, VA, Greg Wallace of Milton, Kevin Wallace of Culloden, Jeremy Wallace of Knoxville, TN and Rodney Boley of Huntington; and three nieces, Kimberly Boley of Huntington, Cyndi Bruce of Louisiana and Mendy Neff of Culloden. Heck Funeral Home, Milton assisted the family. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.heckfuneralhome.com TINA DARLENE COOPER Tina Darlene Cooper, 45, of Huntington, passed away April 12, 2014. Services were held April 17, 2014 at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville. She was born Jan. 4, 1969 in Huntington, a daughter of Sarah Thompson Hannon of Huntington, and the late Charles Cooper. Survivors also include her husband and companion, Tommie Louis Tipton; step-son, William Woods; one brother, John Michael and Heather Cooper; four sisters, Inga Jane and
Samuel Harvey, Jennifer Jean Cooper and Kenny, Kristal Lynn Hysell and Kevin Goodpaster, and Angela Ruth Hysell; step-father, John Hysell; several nieces, nephews, cousins, uncles and aunts. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. THELMA DAVIS Thelma Davis, 93, of Barboursville, formerly of Huntington, where she lived most of her life, passed away April 12, 2014, at Rose Terrace Health and Rehabilitation Center in Culloden. She was the last surviving daughter of the late Henry C. And Ruth See Salyer. Thelma was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas E. Davis Jr.; her son, Jimmy Dale Davis; five sisters, Vivian Ward, Goldia Shiels, Opal Dunlap, Lova Sharp, Mamie Lemley; and one brother, Orval Salyer. Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Betty (Jack) Fleming of Lillian, Alabama; Sandra (James) Brady of Barboursville, with whom she made her home; six grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren; 11 greatgreat-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Thelma's family extends their gratitude to Dr. Shawn Coffman, to the staff of St. Mary's Medical Center (3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th floors) and to Rose Terrace for their love, care and compassion. Services were held April 15 at Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, with Pastor Ken Gowin officiating. Burial was at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.timeformemory.com/wallace. KEITH EDWARD HENRY Keith Edward Henry, 55, of Apple Grove, WV, passed away April 14, 2014, at St. Mary's Medical Center. He was born Feb. 3, 1959, in Franklin County, OH, a son to Lonnie Henry of Florida, and Hazel Wetzel Elwood of West Jefferson, Ohio. He served in the US Army and worked in the construction industry. Survivors include his parents; best friend Sue Henry of Apple Grove, and son Korey Henry & (Kristy McCoy) of Logan, son Ben Baker, and daughter Raven (Brandon) Shull of Milton, WV, and grandson Braylon Shull.
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Thursday,April 24,2014 – Page 7 Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Deal Funeral Home in Point Pleasant assisted the family. NATHAN EDWARD “EDDIE” MAYHUE Nathan Edward Mayhue, 46, of Milton, widower of Loretta Fay Lawhorn, died April 12 at home. He was an automobile mechanic. There were no services. Chapman's Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. LARRY RANDALL "JOHNNY" RAY Larry Randall “Johnny” Ray, 62 of Ona, passed away April 11, 2014. He was born Oct. 23, 1951 in Holden, WV, son of the late Jess and Violet Abbott Ray and also his biological mother, Ruby Deaton Ray. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his wife in 2006, Jennifer Woods Ray. He was a retired construction worker. Survivors include two sons, Johnny Ray (Christy) and Jonathon Ray all of Ona; two daughters, Andrea Kendrick and Jessica (James) Kimball both of Huntington; one sister, Garnet Ray Holocker of SC. and one brother, Jack Raye of Huntington, WV; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. At his request, there were no services. Arrangements were under the direction of Henson & Kitchen Mortuary, Barboursville, WV. LEWIS JAY THOMAS Lewis Jay Thomas, 47, of Leon, passed away April 9, 2014. He was born Feb. 4, 1967, in Gallipolis, OH, a son to the late Wayne Thomas and Carolyn King Thomas of Point Pleasant, WV. He was a proud member of the Maranatha Cornerstone Church in Letart, WV, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local # 317 in Hunting-
ton, WV, where he was a journeyman lineman. Jay was preceded in death with his father Wayne Thomas, by paternal grandparents Allen & Faye Thomas, and maternal grandparents Willie & Hazel King. Survivors include his children, Christian Thomas of New Haven, WV, and Eliza McCoy of Point Pleasant; loving mother, Carolyn King Thomas of Point Pleasant; three brothers, William & (Tina) Thomas of Arbuckle, WV, Jeff Thomas of Point Pleasant, and Chris & (Missy) Thomas of Leon; three nieces; and a host of friends and neighbors. Services were held at Deal Funeral Home, Point Pleasant, April 13 with Pastor Greg Collins and Chris Thomas officiating. Burial was in the Leon Cemetery. JENNIFER ELIZABETH WAUGH Jennifer Elizabeth Waugh, 22, of Ashton, WV, passed away April 13, 2014. She was born Sept. 9, 1991, in Mason County, WV, a daughter to Delbert Waugh Jr. and Kathryn Schrock Waugh of Ashton, WV. She attended the Ball's Chapel Church & the College Hills Church. She is preceded in death by special friend Sheila Schrock, maternal grandfather Dale Schrock, and paternal grandparents Delbert & Opal Waugh. Survivors include her parents; maternal grandmother Stella Schrock of Maryland; three brothers, Gene (Tara) Waugh, Carl (Brianna) Waugh, and Christopher (Kathryn) Waugh all of Ashton; and one sister Jessica Waugh, also of Ashton. Services were held April 17 at Ball's Chapel Church, Ashton, with Pastor Mark Mayes and Pastor Darrell Johnson officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Deal Funeral Home in Point Pleasant, WV, assisted the family.
SUE TERRACE II APARTMENTS 100 Sue Terrace Drive Milton, WV 25541 304-743-6255 TTY/TDD 1-800-982-8771 Forty (40) one, two and three bedroom apartments, conveniently located near shopping, schools, hospitals, etc. • All Electric • On-site management & maintenance • Air Conditioning • Laundry facilities on site • Kitchen Appliances furnished • Ample Parking • Water, Sewer & Trash included in rent • Exterminations done each month • Units available for persons with disabilities • Very clean
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Page 8 –Thursday,April 24,2014 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 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West 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: 2014/04/24 Claim Deadline Date: 7/24/2014
************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3065 ESTATE NAME: JOYCE MARIE ADKINS SMITH E X E C U T R I X : BRENDA MCCOMAS 1249 28TH ST HUNTINGTON, WV 25705-1013 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3244 ESTATE NAME: JANIS DARLENE ARRINGTON A D M I N I S T R ATO R : COLUMBUS MUNCY 537 SHAW ST BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-2008 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3014 ESTATE NAME: JOSEPH DAVID CHAPMAN A D M I N I S T R ATO R : JOSEPH F CHAPMAN 4944 LYNN CREEK RD LAVALETTE, WV 25535-9711 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3058 ESTATE NAME: MARGARET E DODDS EXECUTRIX: JULIE BOLLING 6235 HIGHLAND DRIVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25705-2305 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3264 ESTATE NAME: JOHN B FORTUNE EXECUTOR: JOHN W FORTUNE 3036 BEAUFORD ST MURFREESBORO, TN 37127-7122 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3256
Legal Notices ESTATE NAME: RICHARD D KING EXECUTOR: RONALD LEE KING 10 DOTTIE LANE BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-9668 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3068 ESTATE NAME: REXFORD MELLIE MCCORMICK ADMINISTRATRIX: JUDITH MCCORMICK BURKS 8111 WELLS CROSSING WEST CHESTER, OH 45069-2876 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3128 ESTATE NAME: PATRICIA JEAN MESSENGER EXECUTRIX: AMY JO LEWIS 105 ORCHARD DR HURRICANE, WV 25526************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3230 ESTATE NAME: DONALD GALE PRICE ADMINISTRATRIX: DEBRA C PRICE 6683 MUD RIVER RD BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504-9765 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 04/18/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 4-24, 5-1 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE 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 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West 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 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 44-1-14A(10). ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2886 ESTATE NAME: ALLEN BARRY COOK ADMINISTRATRIX: SAMANTHA M COOK 367 BURNSIDE CAMP RD TERRA ALTA, WV
26764-7243 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2888 ESTATE NAME: ROBERT DAVIS WILLIS EXECUTRIX: ROSE MARIE WILLIS 67 OAKWOOD ROAD HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-4148 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2890 ESTATE NAME: NANCY P JONES CO EXECUTOR: PETER W JONES 213 12TH AVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-3126 CO EXECUTOR: THOMAS W JONES 5785 MAGNOLIA WOODS DR BARTLETT, TGN 38134-5460 ATTORNEY: BILL SNIDER 611 THIRD AVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-1313 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 04/18/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 4-24, 5-1 cs ___________________ PUBLIC NOTICE A test of the election tabulation equipment to be used during the 2014 Statewide Primary Election will be held at 10:00 a.m., on May 6, 2014, in Room 108 of the Cabell County Courthouse. The purpose of this test is to ascertain
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that the equipment will accurately tabulate the votes cast in the Primary Election. I hereby certify the foregoing “PUBLIC NOTICE” is correct as designated by the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia. Given under my hand and seal this 10th day of April, 2014. Karen S. Cole Cabell County Clerk 1t 4-24 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 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West 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: 2014/04/17 Claim Deadline Date: ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3126 ESTATE NAME: RANDALL SCOTT COLE E X E C U T R I X : CATHERINE D COLE 5312 FOREST HEIGHTS ROAD HUNTINGTON, WV 25705ATTORNEY: RACHEL TURNER PO BOX 2688 HUNTINGTON, WV 25726-2688 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3190 ESTATE NAME: LEWIS STEPHEN COMBS SR AKA LEWIS STEVENS, COMBS EXECUTRIX: JUDY
CAROLYN CHILDERS 82 WEST 510 SOUTH WEST POINT, IN 47992************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3209 ESTATE NAME: MITCHELL CREMEANS EXECUTRIX: JOYCE CREMEANS 4438 SIDERS AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25702-9668 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3234 ESTATE NAME: ELSIE JANE EPPERLY EXECUTRIX: JUDY ANN BORSTEIN BYROM 81 TOWNSHIP ROAD 1138 PROCTORVILLE, OH 45669-8713 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2947 ESTATE NAME: FLORENZ JOSEPH ESCHLEMAN AKA F JOSEPH ESCHLEMAN EXECUTRIX: MARY ANN ESCHLEMAN BEATY 49 TOWNSHIP ROAD 1291 PROCTORVILLE, OH 45669-8710 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3250 ESTATE NAME: ETHEL M MAYNARD EXECUTOR: ARTHUR S MAYNARD JR 1306 WASHINGTON BLVD HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-4010 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3105 ESTATE NAME: DONALD GENE SOWARDS ADMINISTRATRIX: RUBY SOWARDS RT 1 BOX 340 MILTON, WV 255419764 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 3080 ESTATE NAME: JACK DALE YOUNG EXECUTRIX: BARBARA GAY YOUNG RT 3 BOX 233 MILTON, WV 255419517 ATTORNEY: RON FLORA 1115 SMITH STREET MILTON, WV 255411327 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 04/11/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 4-17, 4-24 cs ___________________ LEGAL NOTICE 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 5TH AVENUE, HUNTINGTON, WV
25701-2019. Any person seeking to impeach or establish a will must make a complaint in accordance with the provisions of West 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 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 44-1-14A(10). ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2879 ESTATE NAME: REGENA STEELE E X E C U T R I X : PAULINE ADKINS 6254 ROSALIND ROAD HUNTINGTON, WV 25705-2337 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2880 ESTATE NAME: HELEN V STANLEY EXECUTOR: MARK E DILS 218 COYLE ST PORTLAND, ME 04103-4006 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2882 ESTATE NAME: EDITH C HATTEN A D M I N I S T R ATO R : MICHAEL HATTEN 2721 RIVERVIEW AVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25702-1135 ATTORNEY: MERTON PRUNTY 430 6TH AVE HUNTINGTON, WV 25701-1910 ************************ ESTATE NUMBER: 2883 ESTATE NAME: KEVIN DEE LOVELACE ADMINISTRATRIX: DENISE RENEE KILKER 1935 GRANITE VALLEY WAY PETALUMA, CA 94954-1843 ************************ Subscribed and sworn to before me on 04/11/2014 Karen S. Cole Clerk of the Cabell County Commission By: Regina M. Meade Deputy Clerk 2t 4-17, 4-24 cs ___________________
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LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following described tracts or lots of land in the County of Cabell have been certified by the Auditor of the State of West Virginia to G. Russell Rollyson, Jr., Deputy Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentered lands of said County, for sale at public auction. The lands will be offered for sale by the undersigned Deputy Commissioner at public auction in the Cabell County Commission Room beginning at 9:00 AM in the morning, on the 1st day of May 2014. Each tract or lot as described below, will be sold to the highest bidder. The payment for any tract or lot purchased at a sale shall be made by check or money order payable to the sheriff of the county and delivered before the close of business on the day of the sale. If any of said tracts or lots remain unsold following the auction, they will be subject to sale by the Deputy Commissioner without additional advertising or public auction. The deputy commissioner sale may include tracts or lots remaining unsold from a previous auction not required by law to be readvertised and described for this subsequent auction of those same tracts and lots. All sales are subject to the approval of the Auditor of the State of West Virginia. CERT NO 065866 065867
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YEAR NAME1 SOLD 2010 Saxe Martha 2010 Mountain Country Partners LLC 2010 Mountain Country Partners LLC 2010 Russell Court Homeowners Assoc 2010 Kelley Clara 2010 Prospector LLC 2010 Smith Mildred E
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065874 2010 Stepp Don One 065875 2010 Thacker Ronald L Jr & Tara L 065876 2010 Worthington 70x41 (4670 Darnell Rd) Properties LLC 065877 2010 Adkins Carl 34x160 (1105) 28th St Junior Trust 065879 2010 Bosley Jeff 2010 Jackson Hole 9,200 Sq Ft Arl Adn Arlington Blvd Properties LLC 2011 CERT YEAR NAME1 NAME2 NO SOLD 065880 2010 Broughton David Antioch N & Patrick 2010 Missonary Bapt Church 2011-12 065881 2010 Charleston Welding Co LLC 065882 2010 Gibson Mathew D 065883 2010 Gibson Matthew D 065884 2010 Griffin Kenneth D & Lou Ann 065885 2010 Harpagon Mo LLC 065886 2010 Holley Elder Holley Elder Mae 2010 Mae -Est 201112 065887 2010 Htgn Surgery Properties 065888 2010 Jones Shannon L & Smith Roger 065889 2010 Morgan Thomas & Toni 065890 2010 Mudrivlan Inc Young Men's 2010 Christian Assoc 2011-12 065891 2010 Ramey Camellia A
CERT YEAR NAME1 NO SOLD 065898 2010 Adkins Edison L & Laura L 065899 2010 Beckett Scott
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Any of the aforesaid tracts or lots may be redeemed by any person entitled to pay the taxes thereon at any time prior to the sale by payment to the Deputy Commissioner of the total amount of taxes, interest, and charges thereon up to the date of redemption. Lands listed above as escheated or waste and unappropriated lands may not be redeemed.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA PROPERTY CONNECTIONS, LLC P.O. BOX 663 BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504 Plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 14C-927 DESENTSY BRIDGES 8835 FIELDING STREET DETROIT, MI 48228 Defendant The object of the above entitled action is TO OBTAIN JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT, DESENTSY BRIDGES, FOR MONIES DUE AND OWING TO THE PLAINTIFF, PROPERTY CONNECTIONS, LLC, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,695.00 And it appearing by an affidavit filed in this action that THE DEFENDANT, DESENTSY BRIDGES IS
NO LONGER A RESIDENCE OF THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA OR IS UNABLE TO BE LOCATED. It is ordered that DESENTSY BRIDGES do serve upon PAULA HOLLEY CLERK OF CABELL COUNTY, magistrate, whose address is 750 5TH AVENUE, ROOM B-113, HUNTINGTON, WV, 25701, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before MAY 24, 2014, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against DESENTSY BRIDGES at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court 4-9-14. Paula Holley Magistrate Court Clerk 2t 4-24, 5-1 cs ___________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA PROPERTY CONNECTIONS, LLC P.O. BOX 663 BARBOURSVILLE, WV 25504 Plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 14C-928 JEFF BRINER 2756 5TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, WV 25702 Defendant The object of the above entitled action is TO OBTAIN JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT, JEFF BRINER, FOR MONIES DUE AND OWING TO THE PLAINTIFF, PROPERTY CONNECTIONS, LLC, IN THE AMOUNT OF $5000 And it appearing by an affidavit filed in this action that THE DEFENDANT, JEFF BRINER IS NO LONGER A RESI-
DENCE OF THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA OR IS UNABLE TO BE LOCATED. It is ordered that JEFF BRINER do serve upon PAULA HOLLEY CLERK OF CABELL COUNTY, magistrate, whose address is 750 5TH AVENUE, ROOM B-113, HUNTINGTON, WV, 25701, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before MAY 24, 2014, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against JEFF BRINER at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court 4-9-14. Paula Holley Magistrate Court Clerk 2t 4-24, 5-1 cs
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may file any objections to said Accounting with the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner, located at 404 Ninth Street, Suite 205, Huntington, West Virginia 25701, on or before the 26th day of May, 2014; Otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of the Estate. All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or before said day to examine said Accounting(s) and otherwise protect their interests.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME FROM Dinnia L. Barton TO Diana L. Barton CIVIL ACTION NO. 14-P-120 LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLICATION CHANGE OF NAME PROCEEDING CIRCUIT COURT OF CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of April, 2014 at 9:00 o’clock a.m. on said day, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, Dinnia L. Barton will apply by petition to the Circuit Court of Cabell County, West Virginia for the entry of an order by said Court changing her name from Dinnia L. Barton to Diana L. Barton at which time and place any interested party may appear and be heard, if they so de-
sire. You are hereby notified that this matter may be rescheduled without further notice of publication A copy of said Petition can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk’s Office at: Cabell County Courthouse, Suite 114 Huntington, WV 25701. Entered by the Clerk of said Court this 10th day of April, 2014. /s/ JEFFREY E. HOOD CABELL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK By: Sharon Adkins Deputy Circuit Clerk
ceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit their claim(s), with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at 404 Ninth Street, Suite 205, Huntington, West Virginia 25701, on or before the 10th day of July, 2014, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said Estate(s). All beneficiaries of said Estate(s) may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.
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GIVEN under my hand this 17th day of April, 2014. W. STEPHEN FLESHER, FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER FOR CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
LEGAL NOTICE To the Beneficiaries of the following Estate(s): DELORES JEAN KIRK All persons having claims against the above Estate(s), de-
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LEGAL NOTICE FINAL ACCOUNTING OR WAIVER OF SETTLEMENT To the Beneficiaries of the following Estate(s): I have before me the Final Accounting or Waiver of Final Settlement by the Executor(s) or Administrator(s) or the Estate of the following deceased persons: OPAL CASSIDY Notice is hereby given to you and each of you, that the undersigned Fiduciary Commissioner of the County Commission of Cabell County, West Virginia, has Received a Final accounting or a Waiver of a Final settlement from the appointed Executor(s) or Administrator(s) and that all persons having beneficial interest therein,
GIVEN under my hand this 17th day of April, 2014. W. STEPHEN FLESHER, FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER FOR CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
location: Cabell Co. Courthouse, 750 Fifth Ave., Judge Ferguson’s courtroom, in the city of Huntington in the State of West Virginia, on the 30th day of April, 2014, at the hour of 4:30 p.m. THE ALLEGED PROTECTED PERSON IS HEREBY INFORMED: 1. You have the right to appear at the hearing 2. You have the right to object to the proposed appointment 3. You have the right to an attorney to represent you POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF A COURT FINDING
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THAT YOU ARE INCAPACITATED At the hearing you may lose many of your rights. A guardian may be appointed to make personal decisions for you. A conservator may be appointed to make decisions concerning your property and finances. The appointment may affect control of how you spend your money, how your property is managed and controlled, who makes your medical decisions, where you live, whether you are allowed to vote and other important rights. Dated: April 4, 2014 Donna Wintz, Clerk of the Circuit
Court 2t 4-17, 4-24 cs ___________________ NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS Taxes assessed for the Tax year 2013 which remain unpaid are now delinquent. Unless these taxes are paid by April 30, 2014, they will be published in the newspaper. Office hours are: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (304) 526-8672 Credit/Debit cards are accepted. A 2.95% service fee is charged for their use. T.W. McComas Sheriff and Treasurer, Cabell County 2t 4-17, 4-24 cs
2t 4-17, 4-24 cs ___________________ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CABELL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA In Re: Helen May Miller AN ALLEGED PROTECTED PERSON CASE NO: 14-G-18 /s/ F. JANE HUSTEAD NOTICE OF HEARING (West Virginia Code: § 44A-2-6) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing on the petition filed in the above styled case, to determine whether a guardian and/or conservator should be appointed for the alleged Protected Person named above, will be held in the Circuit Court at the following
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Easter egg hunt at Sheriff’s Ona Field Office By Trudy Black email@example.com
Easter and spring bring the transition of cold, snowy weather to warm sunny days. It also brings about many traditions. One of those traditions continued on April 10 as children from Ona Elementary, pre-kindergarten thru second grade, enjoyed hunting sticker-filled Easter eggs and other treasures at the Cabell County Sheriff’s field office. By the 10 a.m. start time kids were ready to make a run for the brightly colored eggs. Some eggs were well hidden making it a little tougher to gather while others were in plain sight for even the littlest hunter to find. None of the 210 participants left empty-handed as each child was given a gold dollar generously donated by a local business. The pre-kindergarten children received bunnies and those in kindergarten received Chick-fil-A stuffed cows or bunnies. Every child received a Chick-fil-A
coupon for a free icecream plus Sheriff coloring books and badges. To children’s delight, the Easter bunny took time away from his busy over-booked schedule to make an appearance. Pictures were taken and children were excited to meet the floppy-eared fella. Often, younger children are afraid of things they don’t quite understand and sometimes members of law enforcement may seem a little overwhelming. At this year’s event children had the opportunity to talk one-onone with deputies in a relaxed fun-filled atmosphere. Several deputies said their hope was that each child walked away with a few important notes. Don’t be afraid of the guns, the handcuffs, the uniforms, or the dogs… the deputies offer help when it’s needed. Once again the hunt proved to be a delightful event for all in attendance. Crowd control was covered nicely by several deputies.
Children stood in line to meet the Easter bunny and receive their treats.
Deputies and county employees helping with the hunt included (first row) Meredith Crawford, Easter Bunny, Sgt. Todd Wentz, and Tim Barker; (back row) Jim Morrison, Cpl. Jeff Sansom, Dep. Jimmie Johnston, and DFC Bill Templeton. Photos courtesy Jim Morrison
More than 200 pre-k thru second grade students from Ona Elementary enjoyed the annual Easter egg hunt at the Sheriff’s Ona Field Office.
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