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Page 2 --- Thursday, May 20, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder AWARD WINNERS: Fairmont State ASCE Student Club members, alumni and supporters are seen here with "The Mayfield" Concrete Canoe. Pictured are (I-R)Fairmont State University President Daniel J. Bradley; Tia Richardson, ASCE Student Club faculty advisor;, Harry Barrett; Todd Lemasters; Dennis Mitchell; Jennifer Simms; Michael LeRose; Jeremiah Cline; Jeff Snyder; Kim Robinson; Alan Kems (his face is covered); Pat Guthrie; Concrete Canoe Co-Chair; Shane Fisher;, Greg Wilson; James Vassil; Jamie Davis; Harry Barrett J,r:; Vince Donato; Carla Jones; Mike Bm, wn; and Bridget Biddle, Mixologist. Fairmont State's American Society received five first places and was the Mayfield, a FS faculty member who of CivilEngineersStudentClubswept only team to win an award in every diedApri113,2003,duringakayaking the awards at the recent Virginia's event," said Tia Richardson, club ad- trip on the Big Sandy Creek. Their Conference competitions, visor. " This is a real victory for our efforts paid off. "The Mayfield" took During the event held April 1-3 in team and for Fairmont State. I am first place, meaning Fairmont State Morgantown, teams from 11 Virginia, extremely proud of my students' ef- will represent the emire region at the West Virginia and Washington, D.C., forts and the support of our alumni National Concrete Canoe Competi- colleges and universities competed in and campus community." tions June 17-20 in Washington, D.C. various events to show their engi- Fairmont State took first place in Thirty-five FS students participate neering skills. Participating institu- Concrete Canoe, Problem Solving, in the competitions. Team leaders tions from West Virginia were West Surveying, the Daniel Mead Paper were Patrick Guthrie, Bridget Biddle, Virginia University, WVU Institute Presentation and Jeopardy; second Gabor Nagy, Justin Meadows, Shane of Technology, B luefield State Col- place in popsicle Stick Bridge and Fisher, CarlaJones, LarryRiggleman, lege and Fairmont State; from Vir- Egg Drop; and third place in Con- Jennifer Simms, and Erhin Starcher. ginia were Virginia Polytechnical In- crete Frisbee. FS earned Steel Bridge City Crane sponsored the team in the stitute, Virginia Military Institute, awards in stiffness and aesthetics. Steel Bridge competition led by key University of Virginia and Old Do- Thehighlightoftheconferencewas advisorTomNicholas.AcademicLab minion; from Washington, D.C., were the Concrete Canoe competition at ManagerDennisMitchell alsogreatly George Washington University, Ruby-McQuainParkinMorgantown.contributed to the team's success by Catholic University and Howard uni- The FS team had worked for more obtaining many of the materials versify, than a month on their canoe called - needed and helping with logistics. "Outofninecompetitions, ourteam "the Mayfield" in honor of Jeff In The recently concluded legislative session resulted in reforms that will help all West V.irginians. We've im- proved the health care system, passed historic safety measures and taken steps to improve the fi- nancial stability of our state, com- munities and families. Access to affordable health care and insurance is a top priority for West Virginia families. As costs rise, many employers are forced to cut benefits. We've made great progress in recent years: while our state once had one of the highest rates of unin- sured children in the nation; the CHIP program has helped us become a na- tional leader. Unfortunately, far too many adults in West Virginia still lack insurance. Two pieces of legislation I proposed, la: which the Legislature passed, will address this problem. The High Risk Pool will allow indi- viduals who cannot buy insurance in the private market, such as those with pre-existing conditions, to purchase affordable coverage. Additionally, new legislation will provide access to insurance for those who work in small businesses and cannot access cover- age through their employer. After fighting for all-terrain vehicle safety legislation for over two years, I am pleased that the Legislature en- acted West Virginia's first rules gov- erning the use of these machines. The bill I signed will require that children wear protective helmets at all times and restricts the use of ATVs on paved roads. Importantly, it also gives local governments the authority to regulate ATV use in their communities. Our roads will also be safer, thanks to the long-awaited passage of the .08 DUIstandard. For far too long, failure to enact this standard cost us federal highway dollars and lives. Today, thanks to the efforts of many dedicated people, our highways are safer. I also applaud the Legislature for taking action on my agenda to put money into the pockets of West Vir- ginians. Again this August, p~ents will take advantage of the Sales Tax Holiday, saving money on clothes,. school supplies and computers. We will reduce the burden of insurance premiums by implementing a Fraud Unit within the Insurance Commis- sion, and we will reward those brave West Virginians who have served their nation in the Middle East and else- where when the voters approve my plan to award a bonus to combat veter- ans. We have much more to do to ensure access to jobs, education and health care and to restore the state's fiscal stability. Together, however, we have built a foundation for success in West Virginia in the years to come. |m • May 11 Primary Election Results (Partial ! On Tues. afternoon, May 18, the Gilmer County Commission certified the May 11 th 2004 Primary Election resum by a 2-0 vote, with Commissioner Dave Hess being absent. The commissioners had canvassed the ballots on last Frk May 14,~rTlaking the called for changes. The outcome of all local races remained the same. The below-noted figures are now official and are as follows: Circuit Clerk (six-year term) -- Unopposed • Lane Smith, Democrat -- 1,487 County Commission (Glenville District) (six-year term) --- Vote for one • Larry B. Chapman, Democrat ~- 1,096 • Tom Ratliff, Democrat -- 727 Clerk of the County Commission (six-year term) --- Unopposed • Beverly Marks, Democrat -- 1,538 Prosecuting Attorney (four-year term) -- Unopposed • Gerry Hough, Democrat -- 1,487 Sheriff (four-year term) -- Vote for one • Jimmy Charles Gregory, Democrat -- 342 • John William Moss Jr., Democrat --- 234 • Samuel (Sam) Cutlip, Democrat ---- 216 • Charles (Dave) Hess, Democrat -- 440 • Mickey E. Metz, Democrat -- 639 Assessor (four-year term) -- Unopposed • Gary Wolfe, Democrat -- 1,546 Magistrate (four-year term) --- Unopposed ~ Vote for not more than two • R. W. Minigh, Democrat-- 1,170 • Carol Reed Wolfe, Democrat --- 1,219 County Surveyor ~ Unopposed • Charles "Rick" Sypolt, Democrat -- 1,424 Board of Education (non-partisan) -- Voters could choose not more than elected from districts: Center - one; City - two; Dekalh-Troy - one; and • Phyllis Starkey (City District) -- 482 • Alton Lane Skinner, II (Glenville District) --- 991 • Phillip Hale Cunningham (City District) -- 602 • Kelly Radcliff (DeKalb-Troy District) -- 1,251 • Martin Dale Hess (Glenville District) --- 353 • Paul Hartmann (Glenville District) ~ 376 • Dorothy H. Rhoades (Glenville District) ~ 886 State Senate -- Democrat • Bill Adler -- 400 • Bill Sharpe --- 1,306 House of Delegates -- Democratic 33rd District --- "William F. "Bill" Stemple -- 718 Secretary of State --- Democratic 34th District -- Brent Boggs -- 717 • George Daugherty -- 31 Governor of State --- Democratic • Donna J Accord -- 45 • Phiilip "Icky" Frye ~ 24 • Natalie Tennant ---- 390 • Jim Lees -- 175 • Ken Hechler -- 436 • Louis Davis ~ 13 • Mike Oliverio -- 324 • Jerry Baker -- 19 • Roger Pritt -- 169 • Joe Manchin, IIl -- 1,002 • Lame Bailey ---- 307 • James A. Baughman -- 16 Supreme Court Judge --- Democratic • Lacy Wright, Jr. --- 20 • Jim Rowe --- 584 • Lloyd Jackson --- 539 • Warren R. McGraw -- 1,041 ] th~ pe OU SO St tic W: th~ aE W, pr U! tn G S( O' G f( three (Maximum eligible to b’ C Glenville - two.) b t( MOOSE GOLF TOURNEY THIS SUNDAY --- During the Elimination Dinner, Randy Ratliff (I-r) and Governor Randy Maxwell had a chance to talk over the upcoming Moose Club Golf Tournament at the Glenville Golf Course. It will start at 10 a.m. on this Sun., May 23, and all of the proceeds will go toward helping the Moose Club survive in the downtown. For details and donation prices, call 462-5907. ENTERING HONOR SOCIETY - Recently the following Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center students were inducted into the Honor Society. From left to right (Front Row) are Richard Tolley, Lisa Huffman, Emilee Grogg, Ashley Knight, Jacob McCumbers, Cristy Thomas, Tonya Faught and Mellisa Richards; (2nd Row) Annetta Richards, Amanda Bailey, Kevin Deweese, Matt Harris, Jared Cunningham, Josh Burkett, and Stacey Smith. Not able to be present at the induction were: Zach Bailey, Michael Batten, Joshua Brown, Amanda Duelley, Mike Frederick, Tonya Hickman, Dennis McCune, James Montgomery, Jacob Perkins, William Sandy, Samantha Smith. i, The Glenville Oemo t 'i. • rf i• •• • : "' ; k:••• ' Published by C~rcoran Newspa~ ~: ..... " : I II I I IIII I I Yv~rml KI~ll- Pr~,~ glekmN Edltoc.Pro~meder Krtlaal Sln4ets- (~lty Editot-St~ R~o~ter4~t ~k~ ~ . "l'mCm BqmU -- ~ao~ R~ort~ Shamm Wa.vt -- P, ocep(k~-Typ~t CtWtWne Oulude- Re~plioniSV~lm Stall I~dd H. ’o’’’~m, J’, - Coml~ter Tachn~ (p~t.tlme) POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: The GlenWIle Democrat 108 North Court Street- PO Bo~t ~11 • d~lenv|tle, V~/26351 Phone (304) 462-7309 • Fu (304) 462@300 • gMnvilhmmmmdOrlol.n~ Available by Subscription lind Ov~r-the.Countm" Sales at Ileiect locations. Price: ~ 20 (tax tnduded) In Gilmer Cotmty. Pdce: =26.50 (tax Included) in Wut~Vlrglnla, Price: ~B.O0 (no tax required) for Out-of-State Sub=cribem. We cannot accept sul~l~iont foe Imm than six month=. VlSA/Mastotr~rd amea,ptld. I I I l By David H. Corcoran, Sr., be setting up his own restaurant in the Publisher.Editor Weston area. Most recently, Kim has Although closure noisily loomed been the Eatery's main waitress. over the Glenville Moose Lodge in Secondly, the MooseLodge is now late March, the general membership offering a NASCAR Day Special decided against "giving up the ship" Event each Sunday, so that the mere- , ' and is currently trying to make "a go bers and their guests can enjoy the Folk Festival & of it." racing season together in a nice so- Most importantly, a new manage- cial setting. other news ment team is in place and has made Finally, the Moose are sponsor- some changes in order to benefit hag a Croft Tourney Fund.Raiser photograph sale Glenvilles newest fraternal dub. starting at ]0 a.m. on this Sun., Randy Maxwell has accepted the May 23 at the Glenville Golf contin ues here Moose Lodge's Governorship, while Course. "Come out and enjoy the Whitey Adolfson is its Junior Gover- fun," states Randy Ratliff, one of The Glenville Democrat and Path- nor and Jerry Glover, its Administra- the principal organizers. Action, finder newspapers have a number of for. however, is needed mediately, photographs of the West Virginia Mr. Dick Harrison, who has suc- socalluptheGolfClubat462-5907 State Folk Festival from the past three cessfully guided the organization to report that your team will par- or four years, through its first full year, is now the ticipate.. Also, individual players Our offices at 108 North Court Past Governor. Dick is still active in will be accepted, Street are open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. the Lodge's social and entertainment The local Moose Lodge, which Mon.-Fri. In the main though, events, though, opened its doors about a year-and-a- Wednesday through Friday are better Three new and bold initiatives have half ago, is located on East Main days to hunt, for any of your old been undertaken by the new adminis- Street near the corner ofLewis Street pictures that we editors may have tration. Firstly, they've hired Kim at the stop light in Glenville. It is in taken. Mondays and Tuesdays are LeBarre, who is an experienced local the old flea market-antique-auction deadline days, so there is much activ- cook as the Lodge's new Eatery chef, store which is owned by Wilda Porter ity going on at that time, making replacing Chipper lamonico who will Jones. searching for information more diffi- cult. Governor Randy Maxwell wants to stress that over $70,000 of renova- tions were made to the building in preparing it for the Moose's occu- pancy. In addition, the Lodge has opened an adjoining restaurant for Moose members from anywhere and their guests. He says that to be an ultimate success, the Lodge will have to continue to have the strong support of its members. "We just need more members to visit the Lodge and to utilize our first-rate facilities more often on a weekly basis, if we are to survive," he explains. The restaurant's .serving hours are 5-10 p.m. Tues.-Sat. and it is a family= style restaurant, not being in the same section of the building as the Lodge's tavern. As a result, Moose members and their guests can bring their fatal: lies to eat in the restaurant section -.L without seeing or being in a bar. Als0, the restaurant has a new stove which will allow for better and faster service to the members and their guests in the future. Finally, new members are always welcome. Just stop by the Lodge! k ....... • • =, =~ ............... - ............ -- .....................