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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES The administration of the estates of the following deceased, is pending before the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, 10 Howard Street. Glenville, WV 26351. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. Notice is hereby given that the estate(s) of the following has been opened for probate, Any interested person objecting to the validity of the will. 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 ninety days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of service of notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not timely filed, the objection is forever barred. All persons having claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased whether due or not, are notified to exhibit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerk's Office on or before April 15, 2009, 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. Claims against the estate must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14a. DECEDENT NAME PER.REP/NAME PER.REP/ADDRESS ATTORNEY'S FIDJCOMM. NAME/ADDRESS NAME/ADDRESS Regina P. Dobbins Gordon Jenkins 220 Nicholas Run None Requirea None Required Gassaway, WV 26624 Wanda Allen Eugene Allen 5072 Rosedale Rd. None Required None Required Normantown. WV 25267 The date of the first publication of this notice is Januarv 15, 2009 Beverly Marks Clerk of Gilmer County Commission 10 Howard Street, Glenville WV 26351 Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Class II 2t 1-22 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... NOTICE To: Central Energy Corporation, West Virginia State Tax Department, Internal Revenue Service, I.L. Morris, Bruce Foster, or heirs at law. devisees, creditors, representatives, successors or assigns. You will take notice that H3 LLC the purchaser of the following real estate. Certification No.: 111748 located in GlenVille District, Min Min.88 Ac S. S. Kanawha, which was returned delinquent or nonentered in the name of Central Energy Corporation and was sold by the deputy commissioner of delinquent and nonentered lands of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes on 10/6/2008. H3 LLC requests that you be notified a deed for such real estate will be made on or after 2/2312009, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount needed to redeem on or before 2/23/'2009, will be as follows: Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date Of the sale. with interest, to 2/2312009 ............................................................................................... $307.39 Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest to 2/2312009 ......................................................................................................................... $0.00 Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of notice with interest to 2/23/2009 ........................................................................................................................ $573.10 Additional Statutory Fees with Interest to 2/2312009 ........................................................... $0.00 Total Required: $880.49 You may redeem at any time before 2/2312009 by paying the above total less any unearned interest Given under my hand 1/6/2009 G. Russell Rollyson, Jr. Deputy Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentercd Lands of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class 111-0 3t 1-29 Please make your certified check or money order payable to the Honorable Mickey Metz. Sheriff of Gilmer County and return to WV State Auditor's Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118. Charleston, West Virginia 25305 Questions please call 1-888-509-6568 NOTICE To: John Myers, Georgene Myers aka Georgene Lynn Myers, West Virginia State tax Department, Internal Revenue Service, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors or assigns. You will take notice that H3 LLC, the purchaser of the following real estate, Certification No.: 111534 located in Center District, Coal 94.65 Acres L F Steer Crk, which was returned delinquent or nonentered in the name of Myers, John ETUX, and was sold by the deputy commissioner of delinquent and nonentered lands of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes on 10/6/2008. H3 LLC requests that you be notified a deed for such real estate will be made on or after 2/23/2009, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount needed to redeem on or before 2/23/2009, will be as follows: Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sale, with interest, to 2/23/2009 ............................................................................................ $305.69 Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest to 2/23/2009 ......................................................................................................................... $0.00 Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of notice with interest to 2/23/2009 ........................................................................................................................ $573.10 Additional Statutory Fees with Interest to 2/2312009 ........................................................... $0.00 Total Required: $878.79 You may redeem at any time before 2/2312009 by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand 1/612009 G. Russell Rollyson, Jr. Deputy Commissioner o1 Delinquent and Nonentered Lands of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia' Legal Class 111-0 3t 1-29 Please make your certified check or money order payable to the Honorable Mickey Metz. Sheriff of Gilmer County and return to WV State Auditor's Office. County Collections Office. - - Building t Room W,118, Charleston. West Virginia 25305 ............... QListibhs please call 1-888-509-6568 ................................................................................................................................ WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC NOTICE TRANSPORTATION DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the West Virginia Department of Transportation, Di- vision of Highways at its office in Building Five, Room A-148. 1900 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, West Virginia 25305-0430 until 10 A.M. February 10, 2009 and said proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately there- after for the construction of the following projects (s): Call : 009 Contract : 0724843 State Project: E311-0017/00-004.83 00 Federal Project: FEMA 1696 000 00 Description: Slide Repair w/Piling Lower Cedar Creek Road 0.32 Mi N US 33 County: Gilmer Call : 010 Contract: 0736041 State Project: E311-0047100-011.14 00 Federal Project: 00ER 0407 009 DO Description: Slide Repair w/Piling Troy - Linn Road 0.28 Mile E CO 119/2 County: Gilmer Proposals will be received from prequalified and West Virginia licensed contractors only ex- cept that on Federal-Aid Projects a contractors' license is not required at time of bid, but will be required before work can begin. Registration is required with the Department of Administration, Division of Purchasing, in accordance with Chap- ter 5A, Article 3, Section 12 of the West Virginia Code. All contractors submitting bids on project (s) must include one of the following forms properly executed with each proposal: Proposal Guaranty Bond, Cashier's Check, or Certified Check for $500.00 or 5% of total bid. whichever is greater. * These a re projects on which any contractor with a Category"W" Prequalification Rating may be eligible to bid. The West Virginia Department of Transpor- tation, Division of Highways reserves the dght to defer, delay or postpone the date for receiving and publicly opening proposals for any project designated in this advertisement, without the necessity of renewing such advertisement. All bidders holding valid bidding proposals will be notified of such deferment, delay, or postpone- ment and the date that proposals will be received and publicly opened. The West Virginia Department of Transpor- tation, Division of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertise- menT, minority business enterprises will be af- forded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discrimin@.ted against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin in consideration for an award. West Virginia Department of Transportation Division of Highways Robert L. Pennington, P.E. Director of Program Planning and Administration Legal Class 11-0 2t 1-22 .............................................................. Many men over 50 complain about constant trips to tlie bathroom--especially at night. These symptoms are not surprising. They are the classic signs 6f an enlarged prostate, also known as benign prostatic hyper- plasia (BPH). Visit www.under standbph.com or call toll-free (877) 274-2273 to learn more about BPH. BOARD OF REVIEW AND EQUALIZATION Pursuant to Chapter I1. Article 3. Section 24, of the Code of the State of West Virg=nia, as amended, upon motion duly made and carriec the County Commission will meet for the purpose of reviewing and equalizing the assessments made by the Assessorof the County of Gilmer for the year 2009. beginning of the 26th day of January 2009 at 9:00 a.m.. and continuing =n session by appointment, extended through the 27th day of February 2009 (Saturdays and Sun- days excepted). The Commission shall proceed to examine and review the property books and shall add on the books the names of persons, the value of personal property and the description and value of real estate liable to assessment, if any was omitted by the Assessor. They shall correct all errors in the names of persons, in the description and valuation of property, and cause to be done whatever else may be necessary to make the valuation comply with the provision of the Chap- ter. But in no case shall any question of classifi- cation or taxability be considered or reviewed. If any person fails to apply for relief at this meeting, he shall have waived his right to ask for correction of his assessment list for the current year and shall not thereafter be permitted to question the correctness of his list as finally fixed by the County Commission, except on appeal to the Circuit Court. All persons who desire to appear before the Board to discuss current 2009 property assess- ments are invited to do so by appointment only. To make an appointment call 304-462-7641. GILMER COUNTY COMMISSION Beverly Marks, Clerk Legal Class 11-0 2t 1-29 ...... tii00gPr00si00ni00s Documentary on Former WV Governor Once upon a time. he was Governor of West Virginia; a decade later, he was driving a cab in Chicago. The life of William C. Marland is told anew in a special one-hour Outlook called, "Re- constructing Bill: The Story of Gover- nor William C. Marland." on WV PBS Thursday, January 15. at 9 p.m. Three years in the making, the pro- gram features interviews with three of Marland's four children, two of his sis- ters, and two former governors. "So many people think what I thought when I first learned about Governor Marland." says producer Russ Barbour. "Here we go again, a state leader run out of town for who- knows-what, and now he's on skid row. But as with any thinker ahead of the times, many of the rumors and assumptions that have swirled for more than 50 years simply aren't true. It is true Marland lived a short and tragic life; but he also tried to make a positive difference in our state." Through archival news film, home movies and interviews, Barbour strives to present a more complete view of Marland, as well as context of what it was like to be a West Virginian in the 1950s. Get The Migraine Fads Approximately 28 million Americans suffer from migraines--on estimaied 7 million of them are men. According to 0 survey of migraine patients, only 49 percent of male migraine sufferers have consulted a physician at some point for their migraines, compared to 73 percent of females. According to 0 survey of 20,000 households, 78 percent of male migreineurs had their daily ndivily restricted because of their headaches. A recent survey of working men showed that of those who had been diagnosed with 0 migraine, 69 percent of men diagnosed with migraine have had their job performance negatively impoded as 0 result of their bad headaches. Parents, help your kids to crack the books/ Humanities Council Seeking Fellowship Proposals The West Virginia Humaniues Council invites West Virginia col- lege and university humanities fac- ulty to apply for 2009 Fellowships. The award provides scholars with a stipend of $2,500. The deadline is February 1, 2009. These fellowships, unique in West Virginia. offer an opportunity for teachers, college faculty, and inde- pendent scholars who need encour- agement and support for research and writing projects. Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, the study of the following: interpretive archaeology; the history, theory, and criticism of the arts: ethics; history, jurisprudence; modern and classical languages linguistics: literature; phi- losophy; comparative religion; and philosophical and historical ap- proaches to the social sciences. For more information on grants. contact Humanities Council grants administrator Amy Saunders by phone at 304-346-8500 or via email at saunders @ wvhumanities, org. Guide- lines and applications are available on the Council's website www. wvhumanities.org. CorruptionAllowed To Enable Economic Hardship In Small Town America How one city is fighting "politics as usual" for a renewable, sustainable economy. Less than four hours west of Wash- ington, D.C., is Elkins, thriving, de- spite the national economy, in large part to their year-round recreation offerings like skiing, fishing, moun- tain biking, camping and hiking. Around West Virginia, towns like Elkins are feeding adventure, fun, and affordability to a new generation of Americans who can't travel across the ies and water quality tmprovements, the Shavers Fork is one of the most well-known and revered trout streams in the East. Now. despite all the investments local residents, busi- nesses and state agencies have made in the sustainable, natural resources to last lifetimes, if the quarry water quality modification is allowed, this thriving vacation town will see how the renewable success of many can be stepped on and pushed aside for the short-term profit of "big business" Atlantic, but still have a little time and ' , and "industry". money to spare for a break from urban life. Although tourism has served as the major economic engine for the past few years, "politics as usual" between local government officials, large pri- vate companies, and various state agencies are dangerously close to de- stroying a key part of their tourism economy. Residents of Randolph County may be experiencing some very big and very avoidable economic missteps in the near future. Here. back door politics and nepo- tism run wild. The interest and wofits of the few are being leveraged against the benefit of the many. With the help of a "blind eye" from the West Vir- ginia Department of Environmental Protection, loctl limestone quarry developer, J. F. Allen Company, is poised to legally discharge quarry runoff containing iron and aluminum into the Shavers Fork of the cheat river and jeopardize over 500 tour- ism-relatedjobs. In return, the quarry developer claims 37 quarry jobs will be created; a questionable trade, to anyone's standards. Currently, the Shavers Fork River supports restaurants, dozens of rental cabins, campgrounds, recreation fa- cilities, fishing outfitters and retail shops, as well as hundreds of private homes. Also, thanks to the millions of dollars the State of West Virginia (via the WV Division of Natural Re- sources) has invested in fish hatcher- West Virginia has -spe.ra-millions marketing the state as "Wild and Wonderful" to visitors. Now. citizens are left to question what "Wild and Wonderful" aspect of the state will be sold and plundered next. A group of concerned citizens have organized a grassroots movement to stop the quarry water quality modifi- cation, thus attempting to preserve their livelihoods. Dubbed CPR. Citi- zens Protective Response, they have been out in-force fundraising, hiring experts to perform studies on the en- vironmental and socioeconomic is- sues regarding the quarry, and raising awareness for the issue. To date. they've gathered over 500 signatures with their online petition at www.SaveRandolphCounty.org, and are still working towards more. Everything will be decided when the WV Department of Environmen- tal Protection will hold a Public Near- ing at the Elkins City Hall . Con- cerned citizens, business people, and possibly even visitors and new resi- dents will find their way to the hear- ing to find out if their voices of con- cern and opposition are worth their weight in tax dollars and local rev- enue. To learn more about this issue or to sign the petition, visit the website above or contact Cat Cole. director of Citizens Protective Response at (304) 636-9220 or email at info@saver andolphcounty.org. SOUTHERN STATES ,r ..................... .=gii i! .... 22 Oak St. Weston ...................... 269-4300 Don't Forget The Birds 50# Black Oil Sunflower Seed $16.99 Suet Seed Cakes $ 0.69 or $6.99/case of 12 Flavored Suet Cakes $0.79 40# Wild Bird $9.99 :"' ==:=====.==== 40# Feeders Select $14.99 i:i:'ii iliiiieiiiiii 20# Nyger Thistle Seed $24.99 ................ 20% off all Bird Feeders ..... ._,,_,.,_,: : %-!- ii{ :=i ,:-iii=::-ii:iiii .... :::::::::,:::,,,=: :..: ::..:::::::::.::.:: , ...-::. :.::::_ ,. NOW THRU JANUARY 24th Courthouse News Sheriff's De partment Citations & Reports Seth Do McHenry was cited for driving under the influence. According to Deputy Mark White, on Man., Jan. 5, Stephanie N. Rhodes, 23, of Glenville, driving a 1995 Mercury Mystique, traveling on County Road 17. looked away from the road, causing vehicle to cross the opposite lane, run off the road, and hit a utility pole. Felony Gilmer County Magistrate's Court On Sat., Jan. 3, Mark A. McDaniel was charged with grand larceny. On Wed., Jan 7, James Lee Ash was charged with domestic bsttery. On Fri., Jan. 9. Jackie D. Isenhart was charged with wanton endanger- ment. Misdemeanor Gilmer County Magistrate's Court On Thur., Jan. 1, Seth D. McHenry was charged with driving under the influence. On Fri., Jan. 9, James Lee Ash was charged with harassing phone calls. On Wed., Jan. 7, Misty Dawn Smith was charged with domestic battery. On Fri., Jan. 9, James Philli ps was charged'with battery. On Man., Jan. 12, Jackie D. Isenhart was charged with domestic battery. Worthless Checks Bret A. White was cited for two worthless checks written to Fred's, Inc. in the amounts of $150.00 and $120.00. Gilmer County VolunteerFire Department Calls Month of Decmber 2008: Motor Vehicle Collisions: 11 Fires: 3 3- structure fires Alarm Investigations: 5 Total 1-Smoke Investigation 1-Carbon monoxide 1-Smell of gas in residence 2-False fire alarms Miscellaneous Calls For Service: 1 - Calls for traffic control 5 - Tree in road 1 - Mock disaster at Sun- bridge Nursing Home 2 - Rock slides 2 - Assists to Gilmer Co. Ambulance Service 2 - Citizen assists Courthouse News Glenville Police Department Month of December 2008: New Investigations: Status: Propperty damage by Report vehicle Citations: Status: Speeding Cit. #22533 Expired reg. Cit. #22534 Speeding Cit. #22535 Juvenile, Tobac. Cit. # 22537 Failure to main- Citation tain control Expired reg. Cit. # 22538 Warnings: Status: Speeding Warning #789 Speeding Warning #790 Trash/junk on Verbal/removed porch Dog, no shelter Warning notice Expired reg. Warning #791 Stop sign Warning #792 Trash Left notice Trash bags Verbal warning Trash Warning #793 Speeding Warning #794 Expired reg. Warning #796 Speeding Warning #797 Police Calls: Status: Suspicious person Not located Loose dog - 2 calls Not located Stop light out Directed traffic Chicken nuisance Diseased Dog complaint Unfounded Injured deer Dead Injured deer Shot/DOH Disabled vehicle Directed traffic Intoxicated male Called EMS 911 Hang-up Phone lines . Fight Declined pro- secution 911 Hang-up Phone prob. Found open door Called key- holder Assist Citizens: Status: Vehicle unlocks - Unlocked 6 calls Assist Other Agencies: Assist Sheriff's Dept. @ 33/119 W - Domestic Accidents: Disposition: 2 vehicle Report 2 vehicle No report needed 1 vehicle Report, cited Civil Cases Mapother & Mapother filed suit against Pamela Allen. John Zsigray filed suit aginst the Gilmer County PSD. Enjoy life, but don't forget about your family and friends! 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