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Thursday, May 13, 2004 -- The Glenville 5B CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA NOTICE TO CRIEOftrORS AND BENEFICIARIF-.S The administration of the estates of the following 0eceasad, is pending before the Clerk of tt~ County Commission of Gilmer County, 10 Howard Street, Glenville, W.Va 26351• The names and addresses of tt~ personal repreean~tive and the personal representatNe•s attorney are sat forth below. Notice is hereby given that the estates of the to,owing have 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 sarv,,ca of notice, whichever is liter. 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 ext~bit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerk's Office on or before the ,,~3~yJ~t.,~tg~, othervdse they may by taw 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.REPJADDRESS A'I-rORNEY'S FIDJCOMM. NAME/ADDRESS NAME/ADDRESS Muriel Gordon Regina Gordon Scott HC 78 Box 50 None Required None Required Troy, WV 26443 Cain Mc Cultough Shidey Herron Rt. 1 Box 108A Stouts Mills, WV 26430 None Required None Required A $1,000.00 reward is being offered for information, leading to the arrest and Conviction, of the person responsible for shooting and killing a rabbit beagle in the Cedarville area around April 29th. Please call Junior or Gaylene Hacker at 462-5747 or the Gilmer County Sheriff's office at 462-7441. Thank You! Anne Lorentz MurphyDavid P. Krum 422 Charles Street Glenville, WV 26351 None Required None Required Bryce L. Boggs Clarence R. Rose 4280 King Herman Lane Pulaski, VA 24301 None Required None Required Betty Hamdc Spencer W. Hamrlo 28 Vanhom Dr. Glenvitta, WV 26351 None Required None Required Betty Louise IJnger Rose M Douglas 111 -A Dutc~ Rd. Chadeston, WV 25302 None Required None Required Belly L. Cote Phyllis Cole HC 78 BOx 45 Troy WV 26443 None Required None Required Lauretta F. AndersonRobert E. AndersonPO Box 121 Sand Fork WV 26430 None Required None Required The date of the first pub~K;ation of this Notice is May, 2004 Beverly Marks Clerk of the County Commiselon Of Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Class II 5-13˘ Lemons is denied bond reduction Marcia Lemons, who was recently _ charged with attempted murder by .................... poison has been denied a request for DEEDS est to Jim Kachonik on Parr Well S- reduction of bond. Her bond is set at On July 19, 2002, Alpha J. Lewis of 269-1, Kuhl Well S-270-1, Wright WeU Verona, Penn. leased 53 acres of land S-272-2, Goff Well S-273-2, Jessie $250,000. in Troy District to West Slde Explora- E t - der Well S-274-1, On Apr. 19, the 58-year-old North tion, LLC, of Spencer for oil and gas Jessie Elder Well Carolina woman turned herself in to exploration• • On April 4, 2003, Horizon Energy Corporation was granted pipeline right-of- way on 26 acres of land in Glenville District for the ............... • ,k,~,~-'~/ii=ii~q'l~t;i, ................................................................................................................................ sum of $350. ~..PARTMENT OF TRANSPOFn'ATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER Division of HighWayS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS IN THE MA'rrER OF THE CHANGE OF NAME OF Sealed proposals will be received by the ~ to West Virginia Department of Transportation,Case Number 04.P-3 Division of Highways at its Office in Building Notice Five, Room A- 148, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day East, Charleston, West Viro.~nia 25305-O430 until of May, 2004 at 10:15 a.m., or as soon there- 10 A.M. May 18, 2004 and said proposals will alter as the matter can be heard, a petition will, be publicly opened and read immediately be beard before the Judge of the Circuit Coud thereafter for the construction of the following of Gilmer County, for the entry of an Order by project(s): said Court chareyng the name of Gall Lee Call: 0=52; Contract: 0410677; State Project: Hamnc to Gai~ Lee West.brook. S387-0REC.JAL-004.00 00; Given under my hand this 7th day of May, Dem:dptlon: PAVEMENT MARKINGS 2004. DISTRICT -SEVEN RECALL STRIPING Clerk of the Circuit Court COUNTY: LE3NIS, BRAXTON WEBSTER Lane Smith OTHER Legal Class I It 5-13 Proposals will be received from prequallfied .................................................... and West Virginia licensed contractors only except that on Federal-Aid Proiects a contractors' license Region VI Work/orce Inveetment Board is not required at time of bid, but will be required Request for Propoasl before work can begin. Registration is required The Region VI Workforce Investment with the Department o f Administration, Division o f Boa rd (Reg. VI WIB) announoes the Lssuanoe Purchasing, in accordance with Chapter 5A, Ar- of a Request for Propoealfrom interested and tiole 3, Section 12 of the West Virginia Code. All qualified parties for the provision of Rapid contractors submitting bids on project(s) must Response and Dislocated Worker Center Ser- inclt,ide one of the following forms propedy ex- vices in it's thirteen county area of operation ecuteq with each proposal: Proposal Guaranty forthecontractpedodofJulyl,2OO4through Bond, Casrdees Check, or Certified Check for June 30, 2005. $500.00 or 5% Of total bid, whichever is greater. Tt~ Request for Proposal package is "These are projects on which any contractor available by request by phone or in writing with a Category "W" Prequalitication Rating may to the Reg. VI W1 (no lax or e-mail requeSts} be eligible to bid. at Region VI Worldorce Investment Board The Wes! Virginia Department of Transporta- 107-109 Adam'l Street tlon, Division of Highways resarves the right tO Suite 140 defer, delay or postpone the date tot receiving and Falrmont, WY 26554 pu~k-_Jy opening proposals for any project desig- (304) 368-9530, nated in this advertisement, without the necessity or by downloading from the Region Vi of rer~ such ao'vertisemen(. All bidders Iloid- ~ "Funding Opportunities" menu head- valid bidding proposals will be notified of such ing Www.raglofl.wv.org. deferment, delay or postponement and the date A Pre-Propoeal Bidders conference will thatproposelswUlbereceivedandpub&:tyopened, be held on Monday May, 24, at 1 pm at the The West Virginia Department o4 Transporta- State Capital Complex at 109 Adam's Street, lion, Division of Highways hereby nolifies all bid- Fa/m)ont. ders that it will affirrnatiyeiy insure that in any Completed ProposaLs must be submitted contract entered into pursuant to this advertise- intotheRegion ViWlBoffice~LOL~ merit, mh'~ortty business enterprises will be at- Ju~B. fordedfuliopportunitytosubmitbidsinrespor, seto The Region VI Workforce Investment this invitation and will not be discriminated against Board reserves the right to accept or reject any on the grounds of race, color, re~Jion, sex or orallproposalsatanytimeduringthebidding national origin in consideration for an award, and review process. The Board also reserves WEST VIRGINIA ~e fight to waive any formalities in bids where DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION acceptance, rejection, or waiver is considered Division of Highways ~ the best interest of the Region VI Woddorce John E.. Lewis, Jr., Almletant Seeratery Investment Board. In the event proposals are foe rejected due to programming changes, regu- Program Admlnletration latory changes, or budget constrains, bidders Legal Class iFO 5-1&~ will be notified in writing. ................................. Region '41Worldorce investment Bogrd Legal Class I It 5-13 S - 2 7 5 - 2 , Gi|mer County authorities after ad- Cunningham Wellministering four 25 mg. tablets of S-276-1, Gorman amitrptyline to a minor in hercare. Well S-277-3. Lemons has waived the right to a Lend a hand to the businesses that you see advertising on these pagest By patronizing them, you help our county and region grow. Physician and Provkler Notice of Opt-out Period for Uninsured Small Business Health Insurance Plan Purauant to: Senate Bill No. 143 (33-161)- 16). Marketing end Rate Practices for Small Employer Accident and Siclmeas Insurance Policies The director of the Public Employees Insur- ance Agency (PEIA) announces the opt-out pe- nod for physicians and health care providers in reference to providing services to persons who will be enrolled in the new Uninsured Small Busi- ness HeaRt~ Insurance Plan. Senate Bill 143, 33- 16D-16 (a) (5) (A), mandates that the director of PEIA notify all known in-state health care provid- ers by May 1 about the provisions of the law in relation to opting out of the plan. All known in- state providers were mailed complete information on Wednesday, April 28, 2004 for receipt by May 1. 2004 in accordance with the provisions of this statue. Provider Reimbursement Schedule 33-16D--16(a) (6). Reimbursement fees un- der the Small Business Plan, for providers that do not opt out, will be at the same rate as the fee structure of PEIA, beginning wfth the schedule in effect for fiscal yesr ~005, which commences July 1, 2004. Provider fee schedules can be seen at the PEIA wet)site, Opt-out Notiflc~ion Procedures Physicians and providers choosing not to participate in the Uninsured Stoat| Business HeaLth Insurance Plan are responsible for providing writ- ten notification to the director of PEIA as set forth in 33-16D-16 (a) (5) (b). Refusal notiftcation let- ters must contain: • Statement of refusa~ * Providar's full and complete legal name • FEIN number • Medicaid provider number, it applicable "Signature ol prov~Jer or legal representative For group practices, the letter should come from the Group Administrator or Practice Man- ager wi~ a list of all affected physicians or providers. Group practitioners st'~uld review per- tinent agreements and coordinate activity. No fax or e-mail statements will be accepted. RefuSal letter= must be postmarked no later than May 31, 2004. In accordance w~'h 33-161:)--16 (a)(5)(D), if a health care provider does not give written refusal to the director ot PEIA by may 31, the provider must participate with and accept the products and provider reimbursements authorized by the Plan as a matter of law. Refusal letter st~uid be sent to: Director Public Employees Insurance Agency State Capitol Complex, Bldg. 5 Room 1001 1900 Kanawi~a Blvd., East Charleston, WV 25305-0710 For More intormation For answers to specific questions, please e- mail inquiries to wvhealth @oela.state. wv. us Profeaslonal Assocletions Links to the PEIA site can be found at the wet)sites of the West Virginia Hospital Associa- tion, the West Virginia State Medical Society, the West Virginia Primary Care Association and the West Virginia Society of Osteopathic Medicine. Legal Class I It 5-13 All 50 states are listed across the top of the Lincoln Memorial on ths back of the $5 bill. i If you take a leave of absence undex the Family and Medical Leave Act, your employer must maintain your health insurance. If you decide not to return after the leave period, you mayl be asked to reimburse the employer forz that cost of coverage. *w=* In a business partnership, actions of one partner obligate all partners as busi- ness owners, and each partner can be held personally liable. Once you've obtained a federal patent, it is good'throughout the United States md in all its territories and possessions. The proposed Federal Hometown i Hero's Act, pending Presidential I signature, says that fatal heart attacks suffered by police and fire fighters within 24 hours of a stressful incident can he rul~l as an in-the-line-of-duty death, thus making families eligible for workman's compensation. "Every new opinion, at its starting, is in a minority of one." -Thomas Carlyle, Scottish historian (1865) Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsville, WV 26147 354-9204 OUR HOURS & NEW PHONE NO. MON. -FRL, II a.m.-9 p.m. SAT. Noon-9 p.m. 407 N. Lewis St., Glenville 304-462-7103 I want to take this opportunity to thank anyone who voted or supported me any way in may nomination for Circuit Clerk in the May 11, 2004 primary. Your vote and influence is appreiated. On March 14, 2003, Stalnaker En- ergy assigned certain undivided interest to Audra Stalnaker Parr Well S-269- 1, Kuhl Well S- _, 270-1, Wright Well S-272-2, Goff Weld S-273-2, Jessie Elder Well S-274-1, Jessie Elder Well S-275-2, Cunningham Well S-276-1, Gorman Well S-277-3. On March 14, 2003, Stalnaker En-. ergy assigned certain undivided inter- On April2,2003,preliminary hearing, which will set Don Cottrill and her case before the Grand Jury, which Lenora Cottrill sold to Joseph meets on July 6, 2004. Daniel Cottrlll Her de tense attorney has moved for 86.07 (+/-) of land a psychological evaluation to deter- on the right fork of mine competency and criminal re- Steer Creek in sponsibility. Center District for According to Circuit Clerk Lane ~=. $40,000. Smith, no order for this has yet be~n -:='---"- On March 14, issued from Judge Alsop; however, Stalnaker Energy assigned cer- the evaluation will be conducted in tain undivided interest to Gina Charleston when the order is issued. Stalnaker on Parr Well S-269-1, Kuhl Well S-270-1, Wright Well S-272-2,' ...... -- Goff Well S-273-2, Jessie Elder Well S-274-1, Cunningham Well S-276-1, Gilmer County man GormanWellS-277-3. injured in weekend four-wheeler accident On Sunday, May 9, 2004, Brian Stewart, 19, of Stewart's Creek, was involved in an accident in Stewart's Creek when his four-wheeler collided with an automobile in the Stewart's Creek area. Stewart was transported, it is 19˘- lieved, to Charleston via Health Net, then to the Huntineton Burn Center• each than half of all the p ]c we throw away year (roughly 5 million tons)is packaging. Get a Bumper Sticker on your vehicle today and listen to 97.1 FM to win CASH. more than $3,000 worth of cash will be given away within 3 weeks. Pick one up and register y0urtag with us at... ,or at Listen for more details on how to play. 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