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Thursday, May 7, 2009 CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 22802 BURTON MARTIN W Ticket Name 22803 BURTON MARTHA W 22804 BURTON MARTHA W 22805 BURTON MARTHA W 23785 GARDENER SARAH 24932 MATTHEW VIRGIL RAY 24979 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24980 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24981 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24982 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24983 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24984 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24985 MCKNIGHT GERALDINE JOAN 24986 MCKNIGHT JOAN GERALDINE 1/120 OG 14.08 AC LOWER BIG RUN OF COVE SOLD TO ED BROOME, INC. BID $225.00 Legal D(=;cription Disposition Method 1/96 OG 60.73 AC LOWER BIG RUN P MAXWELL #1/ENERVEST SOLD TO BURTON HELEN M. BID $400.00 1/24 OG 13.50 AC LOWER BIG RUN OF COVE SOLD TO ED BROOME INC. BID $375.00 1/24 OG 57.50 AC LOWER BIG RUN OF COVE-UG SCOTT #1/RITCHIE PET SOLD TO BURTON HELEN M. BID $450.00 1/20 FEE 1 AC HORN CREEKWARD/EQUITABLE SUSPENDED FROM SALE 1/30 MIN 108.55 AC LOWER BIG RUN OF HORN STANWlCK DRILLING/STALNAKER SOLD TO GARNETT GAS CORP BID $750.00 1/45 OG 44.50AC LEADING CREEK SOLDTO RAMSEYASSOC. BID $400.00 1/45 12.13 AC LEADING CREEK SOLD TO FRYMIER II WILLIAM BID $225.00 1/24 OG 3 AC LOWER BIG RUN OF SOLD TO RAMSEY ASSOC BID $88.71 1/16OG 11.62AC LOWER BIG RUN SOLD TO ED BROOME, INC. BID $375.00 1/16OG24.70ACLOWERBIGRUN SOLDTORAMSEYASSOC. BIDS350.00 1/48 OG 16.50 AC BUCK HORN SOLD TO RAMSEY ASSOC. BID $400.00 1/16 OG 26.09 AC LOWER BIG RUN QUEEN FLESHER #4/HAYS & CO SOLD TO FRYMIER II WILLIAM BID $525.00 5/120 OG 57.90 AC BUCK HoRN SOLD TO ED BROOME INC. BID $400.00 25329 POST HIRAM & STATIE & W H & MAY SWISHER COAL & GAS & 1/2 OIL 47.6 AC ROAD RUN OF LEADING CREEK SOLD TO ED BROOME INC. BID $3,900.00 25474 REED CHARLES EDWARD & JAMES HOWARD 1/20G ROYALTY 156.30 AC SINKING CREEK SOLD TO DORWARD ENERGY BID $4,100.00 25475 REED CHARLESEDWARD & JAMES HOWARD 1/20G AC SINKING CREEK SOLD TO DORWARD ENERGY BID $1,600.00 25476 REED CHARLES EDWARD & JAMES HOWARD 1/4 OIL ROYALTY 92 AC BIG COVE SOLD TO DORWARD ENERGY BID $1,100.00 25477 REED HRS 26586 VESA COLLEEN L 26587 VESA COLLEEN L. 26588 VESA COLLEEN L. 26589 VESA COLLEEN L. 26758 WELCH CAROLE ANN 26759 WELCH CAROLE ANN 26760 WELCH CAROLE ANN 27055 WRIGHT KIRBY Total 2007 Real Estate Total Delinquency This Report 1/40G 91 AC BIG COVE SOLD TO DORWARD ENERGY BID $3,600.00 4/49 FEE 45.24 AC BIG COVE SOLD TO RADTKA WILLIAM L BID $1,600.00 4/49 FEE 11.95 AC BIG COVE SOLDTO RADTKA WILLIAM L BID $300.00 4/49 FEE 45 AC BIG COVE P BRANNON/EAST RESOURCES SOLD TO RADTKA WILLIAM L. BID $1 200.00 4/49 FEE 48.44 AC BIG COVE SOLD TO RADTKA WILLIAM L. BID $1,200.00 3/100 OG 111 AC SINKING CREEK J ARBUCKLE/DOMINION TRANS SOLD TO GARNETT GAS CORP. BID $500.00 3/190 OG 35 AC SINKI NG CREEK SOLD TO GARNETT GAS CORP. BID $88.71 3/100 OG 29 AC SINKING CREEK SOLD TO ED BROOME, INC. BID $450.00 1/32OG 24.70 AC LOWER BIG RUN OF COVE SOLD TO BURTON HELEN M. BID $300.00 MICKEY METZ GILMER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE LEGAL CLASS II -0 2t 5-14 -- The Glenville Democrat Page 9B PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON CASE NO. 08-1761-G-PC HOPE GAS. iNC.. dba DOMINION HOPE DOMINION RESOURCES, INC.. ana PEOPLES HOPE GAS COMPANIES. LLC Joint petition for consent ana approval of the purchase and sale of the common stock of HoPe Gas. Inc.. and relatedrelief. CASE NO. 08-1783-G-42T HOPE GAS. INC.. dba DOMINION HOPE a private utility, Ctarksburg, Harrison County. Rule 42T application to increase gas rates and charges. NOTICE OF HEARING On October 14.2008. Hope Gas. Inc. ("Hope"), Dominion Resources. Inc. ("Dominion"), and Peoples Hope Gas Companies, LLC. ("PH Gas") petitioned for leave to transfer all stock owned by Dominion in Hope to PH Gas. On October 16.2008. Hoae filed revised tariff sheets reflecting increased rates and charges of approximately $34.4 million for furnishing natural gas service to approxtmately 114.000 customers in thirty-two West Virginia counties. The tariff filing also included a petition for a weather normalization adjustment and a petition for accelerated steel pipeline replacement. By Commission Order issued on January 20. 2009. the Public Service Commission suspended the revised tariff sheets and deferred the use of the increased rates and charges until 12:01 a.m.. October 1, 2009, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission The Commission has scheduled a hearing m this matter for the purpose of taking public protest and to receive evidence on both the stock transfer and tariff changes for June 1. 2009, at 9:30 a.m.. in the Howard M. Cunningham Hearing Room at the Commssion Headquarters. 201 Brooks Street, Charleston. West Virgmia. Anyone affected by the stock transfer or Hope tariff cnange may appear at the hearing listed above for the purpose of making a statement of protest and/or support as appropriate. Written protests may also be filed by sending them to the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, attention Sandra Squire. Executive Secretary, P.O. Box 812 Charleston. WV 25323. DOMINION RESOURCES, INC., HOPE GAS, INC., PH GAS, LLC Legal Class I It 5-7 Courthouse News Courthouse News Magistrate Court Carol Wolfe, Magistrate Bookstore, upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $227.80 in fines, restitution and court costs. ' State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco; upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $267.65 in fines restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco; upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $201.53 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of 4- 27-09 State vs Donald W. Johnson, appeared before the court on a charge of 'hunting turkey over bait, Johnson entered a plea of no contest. A fine of $20.00 plus court in the amount of $159.53 were assessed and paid to the court. 4-28-09 State vs Patrick E. Parker, appeared before the curt on a charge of domestic battery. Parker was ar- raigned and released on a $500.00 surety bond. A pre-trial hearing will be set in the matter. 4-28-09 State vs. Dennis L. McKay, appeared before the court pro se and entered a plea of guilty to the charge of domestic assault. McKay was sentenced to 90 jail days in jail. ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... The jail sentence was suspended and 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 gwen 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 reprsnttjv.'o[ the."U.gr_j'rsdiction of the court, shll.fflle'YDe of.alc0bjectto'Kwith 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 July 29, 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 iterests. 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 Floda I. White Treva J. Berry 661 Old Turnpike Rd. None Required None Required Willadene Moyers Sutton, WV 26601 Charles D. Rudd Darlene K. Putnam 6393 Rosedale Rd. None Required None Required Shock, WV 26638 Wilbur L. Clark Connie Clark PC Box 575 None Required None Required Troy, WV 26443 The date of the first publication of this notice is APril 30. 2009 Beverly Marks Clerk of Gilmer County Commission 1,0 Howard Street, Glenville WV 26351 Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Class II 2t 5-7 ............................................................................................................................................................................ PUBLIC NOTICE West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Office of Oil and Gas 601 57th Street, SE Charleston, WV 25304 Phone: (304) 926-0450 Fax: (304) 926-0452 APPLICATION FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE WEST VIRGINIA / NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM WATER POLLUTION CONTROL GENERAL PERMIT NO. WV0113506 PUBLIC NOTICE NO.: WVG32-021-04311 PAPER: The Glenville Democrat PUBLIC NOTICE DATE 5/4/09 The following has applied for coverage under General WV. NPES Water Pollution Control General Permit No. WV 00113506 for this facility or activity. Applicant: Registration Number: Continental Petroleum Company- WVG32-021-04311 Horizon Energy Corporation P.O. Box 111 Business Conducted: Sand Fork, WV 26430 Crude Oil Production Location: On the waters of Sand Fork Creek in Gilmer County, WeSt Virginia Latitude: 38 Degrees, 57', 30" (2,790'W) and Longitude 80 Degrees, 42, 30" (7,300's) Activity: Discharge of produced water associated with crude oil production. The facility rs proposed to be covered under the existing General Permit No. WV0113506. The facility will be subject to the discharge limitations and monitoring requirements reserved for Treated Industrial Wastes. On the basis if review of the application, the "Water Pollution Control Act, Chapter 22, Article 11-9. and the "West Virginia Legislative Rules," the State of West Virginia will act on the above application. Any interested person may submit written comments on the site registration permit application and may request a public hearing by addressing such to the Chief of the Office of Oil and Gas within 30 days of the date of the public notice. Such comments or requests should be addressed to: Chief. Office of Oil and Gas, DEP 601 57th Street, SE Charleston, West Virg nia 25304 Attention: JamesMartin Comments received within the period will be considered prior to acting on the permit application. Correspondence should include the name, address, and telephone number of the writer and concise statement of the nature of the issues raised. A public hearing may be held if the Chief considers significant the degree of public interest raised in issues relevant to the site registration permit application and this facility's coverage under the General Permit. Interested persons may contact the person identified above at (304) 926-0450 to obtain fu rther infor, mation. The application may be inspected, by appointment, at the Office of Oil and Gas, 601 57th Street, SE Charleston, WV between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on business days. Copies of the application and the General Permit and Fact Sheet may be obtained from the Office at a nominal cost. Continental Energy Legal Class I-O It 5-7 .................................................................................................................. FIDUCIARY NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the follow- ing account is before me for final settle- ment: Inez Thompson, Administratrix of the Estate of Bruce William Thompson. Given under my hand this the 28th day of April, 2009. Stacy Harlow Fiduciary Commissioner Gilmer County, WestVirginia Legal Class II 2t 5-14 ..................................................... NOTICE OF STATE PLAN PUBLIC COMMENT AND REVIEW PERIOD Pursuant to Section 112 (State Plan) of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, Work Force West Virginia, a division of the Department of Commerce, announces that over the next sixty days, waivers and modi- fications to our State plan will be available on-line at www.workforce.org for public comment and review. To access this infor- mation on our website, click on the "Public Information" tab, then go to the "Waivers and Modifications." WV Press Serces Workforce WV Legal Class I It 5-7 .............................................................. NOTICE PUBLIC FORUM The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer, will hold a Public Hearing, re- gEarding the ten (10) year Comprehensive ducational Facility Plan (CEFP), which will chart the course for the school system through the year 2020, and must be ap- proved by the County Board of Education. The CEFP includes, but is not im ted to grade configurations, enrollment history, projections and enrollment sizes for schools, number of schools that can be operated within the school budget, and conditions of schools. The hearing will be held on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., at the Gitmer County High School, located at Glenville, WV. The hearing is to provide an opportunity for the public to ask questions, about the plan, provide com- ments regarding the proposed plan and/or submit statements on the proposed plan. "Gilmer County Board of Education Legal Class II 2t 5-14 ............................................................. he was placed on 90 days unsuper- wsed probation, a fine of $25.00 plus $159.53 in court costs was assessed. A six month payment schedule was filed. 4-29-09 One domestic violence petition filed and domestic violence order entered by the court- Final hear- ig to be heard on May 6 before Larry Whitehead's court. 4-29-09 A juvenile appeared be- fore the court charged with Underage Tobacco, the juvenile was arraigned, a plea of guilty was entered, the juve- nile was sentenced to eight hours community service and a fine of $25.00 plus $159.53 in court costs was as- sessed. 4-29-09 State vs. Dustin Chad Reed appeared before the Court on a charge of writing a worthless check to Betty's Flora Designs, upon arraign- ment. Reed pied guilty; he was or- dered to $263.66 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco; u Don arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $237.70 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco; upon conviction, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $220.34 n fines restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco, upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty; he was ordered to pay $239.69 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charqe of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $240.42 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco, upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $259.27 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to NAPA, Upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $243.44 in fines, restitution and court costs. 4-30-09 State vs Silvano Rubi Ibarra, appeared before the court in a Fugitive From Justice warrant charg- ing him with a parole violation, upon arraignment, Ibarra requested that the case be transferred to the Gilmer Co. Circuit Court in further proceedings, Ibarra was sent to Central Regional Jail without bond, he will return before the Gilmer Co. Circuit Court on May 11 2009 for a hearing 4-29-09 State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, appeared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Towne Bookstore upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $222.21 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- peared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Towne "We will not sit unconcerned while our liberty is invaded, nor look in silence upon public robbery." An editorial statement from the annals of The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder files writing a worthless check to Glenville Sunoco; upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $212.07 in fines, restitution and court costs. State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, ap- pearea before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Glenville Foodland upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was .ordered. to pay $232.41 in fines, restitution and court costs. 4-30-09 Statevs. Crystal A. Hess, appeared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Simmons Country Corner, upon ar- raignment, Hess entered a plea of guilty, she was ordered to pay $267.65 in fines, restitution and court costs. 4-29-09 State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, appeared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to.Liquid Assets; upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $257.24 in fines, restitution and court costs. 4-29-09 State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, appeared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless check to Liquid Assets, upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $257.24 in fines restitution and court costs. 4-29-09 State vs. Dustin Chad Reed, appeared before the Court in a charge of writing a worthless checkto Towne Bookstore, upon arraignment, Reed pied guilty, he was ordered to pay $232.80 in fines, restitution and court costs. 4-30-09 State vs. Patrick Eugene Parker, appeared before the Court in a charge of violation of bond condition on a domestic battery charge. Parker was arraigned and placed in Central Regional Jail to await a bond revoca- tion hearinG. 4-30-09 State vs. Patrick Eugene Parker, appeared before the Court in a charge of assault. Upon arraign- ment, Parker's bond was set at $500 surety. He was remanded to Central Regional Jail in lieu of bail. 5-1-09 State vs. Lili Johnson, appeared before the Court on a Crimi- nal Summons charging her with tru- ancy, upon arraginment Johnson pied not guilty. She was released on a $100 Personal Recognizance bond, a hearing has been set for June 9, 2009. 5-1-09 State vs. Cindy Clevenger appeared before the Court on a charge of truancy, upon arraignment Clevenger entered a plea of guilty, Clevenger was ordered to send the child to school for a period of 60 days, in addition she was fined $75.00 to be sus- pended if child rema ns in school. Court costs of $184.53 were imposed. State vs. Joshua S. Clark, ap- peared before the Court on a charge of shoplifting. Clark entered a plea of guilty. He was ordered to pay a $50 mandatory penalty to Glenville Go- Mart in addition, he was assessed $164.53 in fines and courtcosts. 5-2-09 A domestic violence petition filed and domestic violence order en- tered by the Court- final hearing to be heard on May 6 before Larry Whitehead, Family Law Judge. A blow with a word strikes deeper than a blow with a sword. --Robert Burton "Honour thy father and thy mother" stands written among the three laws of most revered righteousness. --Aeschylus $*$ Courthouse News Notice More Courthouse News will be pro- vided next week, due to the flood this past Mon., May 4. The flooding made us shorthanded, and unable to type it up for this week's edition. Free College Classes for Veterans Begin May 18 Any veteran of any branch of the armed services is invited to try col- lege classes through the newly rein- stated Veteran Upward Bound pro- gram offered on the campuses of New River Community and Technical Col- lege. "We will be offering Developmen- tal Math, Developmental English and Computer Science on the Beckley Campus at 167 Dye Drive in the Harper Industrial Park; the Green- brier Valley Campus at 101 Church Street, Lewisburg,;, and the Nicholas County Campus at 6101 Webster Road, Summersville." "They are free to all veterans and can lead to a nearly 100 percent free college education," notes Curtis Pauley, VUB representative from Davis and Elkins College, who serves the region that incorporates New River's campuses. "It does not matter if you plan to continue at New River or at any other institution of higher education," Pauley emphasized. "Our idea is that you try college, and we are here to help the veteran every step of the way." The classes in Beckley, Lewisburg, and Summersville are scheduled to begin May 18. "We are asking anyone who knows a veteran who should be taking ad- vantage of this program to please have him or her contact us." Pauley said. Pauley can be reached by telephone at 304-445-2077 or via e mail: fish_vet@excite.com. He meets with veterans in Lewisburg, Beckley, Fayetteville, Marlinton, Summersvitle and Princeton. DMAPS and DHHR Leading State Pandemic Flu Efforts The West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety/ Homeland Security and the West Vir- ginia Department of Health and Hu- man Resources are currently coordi- nating and leading state public safety and public heath efforts related to the current pandemic influenza concerns. DMAPS role, in addition to help- ing DHHR coordinate public infor- mation dissemination, is to manage and coordinate the delivery of assets and resources across multiple state and local agencies as necessary. As the lead state emergency man- agement and state homeland security agency, DMAPS is responsible for leading the efforts related to Continu- ity of Operations and Continuity of Government planning. These mea- sures ensure essential and vital ser- vices can be continued during emer- gency situations. Emergencies typically do not allow for preparation time. The situation related to West Virginia currently pro- vides an opportunity to quickly and efficiently review all operational mea- sures related to pandemic flu and emergencies in general. Furthermore, individuals are en- couraged to pracuce personal protec- tive measures and businesses and agencies are further encouraged to ensure they have operational plans related to pandemic influenza. For businesses, the ability to continue operations and provide services is critical to the effectiveness of public safety and public health responses. Information related to the current situation as well as other prepared- ness and emergency response issues can be found on the social networking tool twitter. Persons interested in signing up to receive the information can sign up to tbllow the messages on twitter.corn with the user wvdhsem. The intbrma- tion is also available by logging on to the division's web site at ' O" www.wvdhsem.gm and selectin= fol- low me on twitter. Additionally, links to current information related to pandemic influenza can be found on the DMAPS home page at www. wvdmaps.gov. dlme00 I march C Spurred by the increased use of the Internet, a new generation of donors has emerged. Experts say these donors tend to have a pref- erence for electronic payments.