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legal notices - Braxton Citizens` News
Rotary Club distributes
dictionaries to area schools
Vol. 38, No. 6
February 5, 2013
See Page 13 of this issue.
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Sheriff’s Home Confinement
crackdown results in arrest
The Gassaway Depot is on its way to returning to the prestigious and impressive
building it was in the early days of Gassaway.
Life slowly returning
to old Gassaway Depot
By Shirley Shuman
In 1903, according to
Alan Clarke in West
Virginia’s Coal and Coke
Railway, Henry Gassaway
Davis decided to locate the
repair shops for the C and
C “at the mouth of Little
Otter Creek on the Elk
River….halfway between
Charleston and Elkins.” As
many local residents
know, the site of those repair shops came to be
known as Gassaway, a
town developed basically
to provide for the railway.
Following layout of
the town in October 1904,
construction of a large hotel along with the sale of
lots began. That same
year, according to Clarke,
J. O. Chenoweth was contracted to build four railroad
stations—at
Gassaway, Frametown,
Strange
Creek
and
Turner. Davis insisted that
Chenoweth begin with the
Gassaway station. He also
insisted that it be “built in
such a way it could be
moved and a permanent
building be constructed.”
In 1914, that “permanent building” was constructed, and what town
residents and Braxton
County citizens know as
the Gassaway Depot came
into being. Made of brick
and hand-cut stone, the
depot was a bustling area
which handled passengers
from the regular passenger service as well as incoming freight trains,
whether they were passing
through or bringing cars
and locomotives to the repair shops located in the
same area. Here, the C
and C Railroad had established a wood working
shop, transfer table, a
machine shop, and an
erecting shop. Even today,
railroad cars are repaired
in the area, according to
Bill James of Gassaway.
James, who worked
for the railroad beginning
in 1949 in the depots and
moving to brakeman and
then conductor, said that,
when he retired in 1983,
the depot “was still operative, and trains were still
running regularly.” As far
back as 1957, diesel engines had replaced the
steam locomotives, and
the rail line “had stopped
running passenger trains
sometime before that.”
Following the demise
of railway service, which
had by that time become
service from the B and O
Railroad Company, to the
area,
the
historic
Gassaway Depot began its
decline. After its close,
vandals broke out windows until, according to
Alan Boggs of Gassaway,
only one window was left
intact. Boggs, a member of
the latest governing board
for the depot’s restoration,
Please turn to DEPOT
page 3
Eight
Braxton
County residents have
completed their requirements for graduation
during the 2012 Fall semester and received their
degrees from Glenville
State College.
Barbara
Blankenship of Gassaway was
awarded a Bachelor of
Arts Degree in Education
with specializations in
Elementary Education (K6) and English (5-Adult).
April Dawn Evans of
Sutton received a Bachelor of Science Degree in
Behavioral Science with a
concentration in Psychology/Sociology.
Stephany Leann
Harper of Little Birch
graduated Magna Cum
Laude with a Bachelor of
Science Degree in Busi-
ness Administration with
a concentration in Accounting and an Associate in Science Degree in
Business.
Zita Rae Helmick of
Exchange earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in
Behavioral Science with
a concentration in Psychology/Sociology.
Virginia Elizabeth
Riffle of Exchange graduated Cum Laude with a
Bachelor of Arts Degree
in Education with a specialization in Business
Education (5-Adult).
Jessica Erin Stout
of Gassaway graduated
Magna Cum Laude with
a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education with
specializations in Elementary Education (K6) and Multi-Categorical
Special Education (K-6).
Susie Renee Wilson
of Flatwoods received a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Science with a concentration in Psychology/Sociology.
Gayle Marie Wine of
Sutton
graduated
Summa Cum Laude with
an Associate of Science
Degree in Business.
A recognition program for the December
graduates was held on
Thursday, December 13,
2012 in the Mollohan
Campus Community
Center Ballroom. These
graduates are eligible to
participate in the 139 th
Glenville State College
Commencement Ceremony scheduled for
Saturday, May 11.
Eight county residents
receive degrees from GSC
Commission holds brief session
The Braxton County
Commission met in a relatively brief session last
Friday, February 1. President Gary Ellyson called
the meeting to order at
9:00 a.m. Kevin Lunceford
was first to address the
Commission. The representative of the Vernon
Road Waterline Association presented the commissioners a report detailing the fund raising efforts
of his group.
Paula Cunningham
also addressed the Commission. She explained
that she was teaching a
business
law
class
through Glenville State
College. Cunningham requested permission to
bring her 14 students into
the Courthouse after
hours to teach them about
various filing procedures.
Terry
Frame
told
Cunningham that she only
needed to work out the
details with the County
Clerk and that she did not
need additional permission from the Commission.
In other business;
Terry Frame’s motion resulted in the approval of
the probate appointments
for the month of January
as submitted.
Ron Facemire made a
motion to approve the applications for correction of
erroneous assessments for
Brian Jarvis and Donald
Rhodes.
A request to consolidate tracts of land for tax
purposes made by Robert
and Susan Murphy was
approved on a motion by
Terry Frame. That same
motion split a class as requested by David C. Case.
Terry Frame introduced action to approve
two purchase orders for
the Sheriff’s Department.
Evans Auto Repair was the
provider for 4 tires for a
Dodge Durango at a cost
of $571.80. Michael Motors
will perform repair work on
a 2006 Ford totaling
$678.05.
Following a brief discussion, Terry Frame
made a motion to honor
Dot Gioulis’ request to be
removed from the Region
VII Planning & Development Board and to be appointed to the CAEZ
Board.
The Commission received a letter from David
Please turn to COMMISSION
page 3
finement officers William
Alderman and Jake
Dennison along with Sheriff Williams sat down with
each convicted individual
and explained the new
rules Williams has implemented as part of the
home confinement program. Conditions of the
reduced sentencing allow
random drug testing. That
measure was the final
straw that landed Harry
Jacob Hinkel back in jail.
Hinkel was originally
given the reduced sentencing as part of a plea
agreement resulting from
his role in a 2011 theft at
the Gassaway Volunteer
Fire Department. On February 22, 2012 Hinkel’s
original sentence of 1 to 5
Please turn to SHERIFF
page 3
Sheriff Eddie Williams says that one of his
objectives, when he took
office, was to restore the
judicial systems faith in
the home confinement
program. That effort resulted in one of the 19 individuals that received the
reduced sentence, going to
jail.
“We quickly realized
that one way to save the
county money on Regional
Jail fees was to increase
the use of the home confinement program,” explained the Sheriff. “In order to accomplish that goal
we knew we needed to restore the judicial systems’
faith in our ability to administer, manage and
monitor the reduced sentencing,” he added.
Last Wednesday,
Harry Jacob Hinkel
Sheriff Williams held his
first of what will become
weekly interviews with
those placed on the home
confinement system. The
Tri-County Day Reporting
Center, who has partnered
with the Sheriff to improve
monitoring, was the site of
the sessions. Home Con-
By Shirley Shuman
The Braxton County
professional community’s
latest member, Rebecka
Campbell, is currently initiating her practice as a
behavior analyst, one of
only forty in West Virginia,
twenty of which work in
Morgantown. Campbell
noted that some of those
in Morgantown are actually professors at the university and therefore do
not practice. Marshall University also accounts for
others among the total.
She noted she is the only
board-certified behavior
analyst “within a sixtymile radius.”
In her practice,
Campbell plans to concentrate on children with autism, which is her primary
interest. Asked how she
chose autism as her specialty, she responded, “I
first became interested
while I was taking an abnormal psychology class in
which we studied autism
in undergraduate school.
As part of that study, we
had a long discussion
about the condition.” She
continued, “Then, I
learned of a part-time job
working with a five-year
old boy with autism. I took
the job, and I worked with
him two or three hours a
day after school.” She explained that, during this
job, she became even more
interested in autism and
those affected by it.
Describing some of
the procedures which behavior analysts use with
autistic
children,
Campbell noted that the
analyst works in three areas: social, communication, and behavior. She
began by explaining some
may try to modify the behavior by trying to alter the
environment,” she noted.
A Michigan native
who did her undergraduate work at Eastern Michigan University, Campbell
received her Master’s of
Science degree from
Florida Institute of Technology in 2012. She and
her husband Eric, a pharmacist,
live
near
Flatwoods. Both enjoy
traveling and “being part
of
[their]
church—
Gassaway Baptist.” This
summer they plan to participate in a mission to
Haiti to build a playground. In addition to
spending time with their
families, they also enjoy
watching NASCAR races.
Campbell
is
partnered with Bright
Future Learning Services
of Hurricane, an organization which provides, in
addition to other services, advice on marketing and insurance. Eager
to begin work, Campbell
plans, for now, to work
out of her home. Her
usual procedure, once
she receives a call from
the parent of a prospective client, is to set up a
meeting during which
she will probably visit the
home and, initially, just
talk. Once she has accepted the client, she will,
of course, set up a schedule and proceed from
there.
Anyone
seeking
Campbell’s professional
services or simply wanting additional information may e-mail her at
[email protected]
Rebecka Campbell, is the or call her at 681-205county’s new behavior 1769. She will definitely
welcome any inquiries.
analyst.
Behavior Analyst joins area’s
professional community
of the common behavior
signs of autism. “A lot of
these children develop
specific behaviors; for example one might begin
clapping his hands. Often,
these kids start to talk
whenever most children
do. They begin babbling,
as most do, and then they
start using single words,
sometimes phrases. Typically, though, they lose
those words because of
their autism.”
In the social area,
Campbell commented, “We
often see kids who have
little or no interest in being with others, including
their siblings and parents.” For example, she
explained, “Even as very
small children, they often
show no sadness whenever their parents leave
the room or the house.”
The procedure for the
behavior analyst begins
with what Campbell called
a “differential assessment.” Following that, the
analyst observes to determine what the child does,
when it happens, and how
the environment might be
affecting the behavior. “We
Fake 9-1-1 call leads to arrest
At approximately
8:15 p.m. Friday evening,
February 1, Braxton Control alerted law enforcement officers of a report
that a man was being held
at gun point at the
Gassaway Go Mart. The
caller told dispatchers
that he was being held by
two individuals at knife
and gun point.
Troopers
J.M.
Maynor and G.H. Jones of
the Sutton Detachment of
the West Virginia State
Police met Sheriff’s Deputy
J. N. Dennison and Sutton
Police Chief Westfall at the
scene. Information obtained from the 9-1-1 dispatch center led Trooper
Maynor to question Jo-
seph Ware of Napier. The
suspect denied calling 91-1. Officers spoke with a
Go-Mart employee who
confirmed that Ware had
come into the store and
made a 9-1-1 call. The call
history on the store’s
phone also confirmed that
a call had been placed from
that location.
A subsequent search
of Ware revealed what officers believed to be 8
hydrocodone pills and
$563 in cash. Officers
could also smell alcohol on
the accused which led to a
preliminary breath test
being performed. Ware
registered a blood alcohol
content of .268%
Ware was taken to
the Sutton Detachment
for processing. He was
placed in an interview
room while troopers completed paperwork in another room. When officers
attempted to re-enter the
room, Ware had locked
the door which he initially refused to open.
Ware, age 22, was
charged with public intoxication, obstructing and
possession of a controlled
substance. He was arraigned before magistrate
Larry Clifton and later released pending additional
court appearances.
OPINION
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Editorials
Letters
Columns
Our views • Your views • Their views
As I
See It
By
Clint Ferguson
By Ed Given
A fun game to watch…
I wish the Super Bowl was on Saturday, or
earlier on Sunday. It makes a long day on Monday,
even longer. We had our friends Mary, Bill and Karen
over to watch the game Sunday. Jeanine had cooked
up a big mess of wings and a pot of chili, perfect for a
winter evening of setting in front of the tube.
Well that’s the way it was supposed to be. As is
often the case at our house… things grew a little. By
the time our guests arrived and brought their contributions, we had enough food to feed and army. We
had planned on eating about half time and just having
snacks prior to the game. That didn’t work out either.
Everything smelled so good… we just had to sample it.
First thing you know, we are all thinking more about a
nap than the Ravens and 49ers.
I was not a huge fan of either team, but it was
certainly a good game. The lights going out added to
the excitement. Even though it was a great game, I
was more struck by the commercials. We have all
heard about the astronomical cost of Super Bowl
commercials.... and then there was the “wardrobe
malfunction” that year with Janet Jackson that got
more attention than the game… by the way, anyone
remember who was playing that year?
Everyone at our Super Bowl party felt the same
about the commercials. We did more cheering for the
good commercials that we did for the game. There
were some really good ones.
However, I have to admit that some of them went
right over my head. My friends said it was because
they were geared for the young audience and that is
why I didn’t get it. What ever the reason, I found
myself scratching my head on some of them.
All in all it was a great game. A nice evening with
lots of good food and great friends to share it with.
Bobcats...
I enjoy all wildlife
and find them interesting
whatever species it may
be. Some get a lot of attention like deer, turkey,
bear, for example and others are seldom seen such
as bobcats, fishers, and
foxes. These predators are
sneaky and elusive by nature as well as nocturnal
for the most part, and
sightings are few and far
between.
With deer season a
past memory I decided to
concentrate on some of the
lesser known wildlife species that roam our hills
and hollows. Rabbit and
grouse get my attention
the most in January and
February, but bobcat, fox,
and coyotes can all provide
late season predator
hunting opportunities.
Raccoon season is still in
as well.
This week I’m going to
talk about the only native
feline predator in West Virginia, the bobcat (Felis
rufus). The eastern mountain lion useD to reside in
the mountain state in the
1800’s but that species is
now extinct, except for a
small isolated population
in Florida. Western mountain lions were able to survive early settlement and
still thrive in the western
states of the US.
Bobcats are larger
than domestic cats and
weigh between 15-35
pounds with the males
outweighing the females.
It gets its name from its
short or “bobbed” tail.
Their bodies are yellowish
to grayish brown with
black dots and streaks
covering its body. The underside of the neck and
belly are white.
Another notable
characteristic is the
pointy ears with tufts of
black fur usually less than
an inch long at the tips of
the ears. Lynx’s on the
other hand have longer
tufts of hair at the tips of
their ears and very few
spots on their bodies.
Though closely related to
bobcats, lynx’s aren’t
found in West Virginia
and inhabit areas to the
north up into Canada.
Bobcats prey on a
variety of small mammals
such as rats, mice, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits,
birds, wounded or dead
deer, and they will occasionally eat small domesticated animals such as
chickens and ducks. Bobcats are nocturnal meaning they move and hunt
at night. Cats are sneaky
and elusive by nature
and the bobcat is no different.
They are seldom
seen in the West Virginia
woods but they’re out
Just look at this!
A weekly photo of opinion in Braxton County...
sometimes good and sometimes not so good.
Impressive…
We often have good programs at our Rotary
meetings. That’s one of the main reasons I enjoy being
a member. Recently they have been exceptional....
Helen Matheny told us about the great work going on
in the area of Alzheimer’s research at the Blanchette
Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute in Morgantown. Bill
Hunt gave a great presentation on the growth of
Sutton Lake Mariana. Jim Estep of the WVHTC Foundation was also a recent guest as you will note from
the picture on this page. His presentation was nearly
spell-binding. What they are doing in some areas of
their research could make a great plot for a science
fiction movie. The amazing part is that is not fiction at
all. The technology is cutting edge and it is amazing.
Also impressive is that it is going on right here in West
Virginia just a few miles up the road. Even more
impressive is that one of our own native sons is in the
forefront of these revolutionary developments.
Jim also talked about the future of the Technology Park which is obviously bright. After the
presentation, Jim invited our club to make arrangement to come up and tour the facilities Our members are very excited and we are making plans for a
spring visit. That outing will also have an added
advantage for me. My son works for one of the
contactors at the NOAA (National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration’s Environmental Security Computing Center (ESCC) complex which is
located at the park. Jim said if we tune in to any
national weather channel the information broadcast, comes from their Fairmont facility. I was
impressed.
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Braxton County’s own James Estep, President and CEO of the West Virginia High
Technology Foundation, was recently the guest speaker at the Braxton County
Rotary Club. Estep told Rotarians about the amazing research and innovations
that are being developed at the Fairmont Technology Park. He discussed some of
the work his foundation does in the area of embedded computer integration,
autonomous flight and ground systems, optics, photonics, data analysis, signal
processing, power electronic and electromagnetics, space weather and theoretical
plasma physics. The presenter easily held the attention of his audience as he
described many of the cutting edge projects that take place at the north central
West Virginia complex.
News from
our Capitol
Government Operations House Chamber
3:00 PM. Joint Standing
Committee on Government
Organization - House Chamber
5:00 PM, Joint Committee on
Health - House Chamber
Monday, February 11
by Delegate Brent Boggs
10:00 AM, Joint Standing
Committee on Finance program from the House
House Chamber
We’ve certainly had a
Clerk, House leaders and
10:00 AM, Joint Standing
tough week of winter
Committee on the Judiciary staff. Having taken part in
weather, but Jean and I
similar training in 1997, it is
House Gov. Org.
missed the brunt the latest
11:00 AM, Joint Standing
valuable, informative and
blast, as we headed south
Committee on Education productive time that truly
early last Friday to spend a
provides a comprehensive
House Chamber
long weekend with Jessica
11:00 AM, Joint Committee
overview of legislative proceand the grandsons. Since
on Government Operations they were unable to be home dure, rules and decorum.
This will surely be a
House Gov. Org.
for Christmas we wanted to
challenging session. However 11:00 AM, Joint Standing
visit with them before the
Committee on Government
legislative session begins this if members on both sides of
the aisle refrain from grandOrganization - House Gov. Org.
week. Otherwise it would
standing and partisan bicker- 1:00 PM, Joint Committee on
have been late April at the
Health - House Chamber
earliest before we could have ing, we can once again get
down to business and work
2:00 PM, Legislative Oversight
made the trip. We had a
Commission on Education
great time visiting with family diligently and effectively for
the citizens we are elected to Accountability - House Judiand enjoying an exciting
ciary
represent.
football game before heading
2:00 PM, Post Audits SubcomHere is the abbreviated
back home to the wintry
schedule for February interim mittee - Senate Finance
weather.
3:00 PM, Legislative Rulemeetings:
The session officially
Making Review Committee Sunday, February 10,
begins next week at Noon on
Senate Judiciary
1:00 PM, Commission on
Wednesday February 13.
4:00 PM, Select Committee on
Later that evening, Governor Special Investigations Outcomes-Based Funding
Tomblin will unveil his 2013
Senate Finance
Models in Higher Education 2:00 PM, Joint Standing
agenda during the State of
Senate Finance
Committee on Finance the State Address to the
Tuesday, February 12
citizens of West Virginia.
House Gov. Org.
10:00 AM, Joint Standing
Prior to Wednesday’s start,
2:00 PM, Joint Standing
Committee on the Judiciary - Committee on Finance the legislature will hold an
House Gov. Org.
abbreviated interim schedule House Chamber
10:00 AM, Joint Standing
beginning February 10, 11
3:00 PM, Joint Standing
Committee on the Judiciary and 12. Also during interims, Committee on Education House Chamber
House Gov. Org.
freshman delegates will
3:00 PM, Joint Committee on
11:00 AM, Joint Standing
participate in an orientation
there. How many road
killed bobcats have you
ever seen here? I’ve actually been fortunate in
that I’ve encountered several bobcats over the
years.
Most of my
sightings have come during bowseason when I was
well concealed and
perched high in a
treestand. The one encounter that stands out
the most took place in
Braxton County during
the 2009 bowseason.
I was hunting a
stand on a field edge and
watching a couple 6 points
feed in the field below me
when all of a sudden
something alerted them. I
had been seeing fresh coyote signS in the area and
thought “here comes that
coyote”. About then I
caught movement and
quickly put the binoculars
on it.
To my amazement it
was a huge bobcat carrying a big fox squirrel in its
mouth. The big cat had
the fox squirrel right behind the neck and took it
towards the woods. He
stopped and stretched
about 80 yards below me
proudly displaying his kill
before disappearing up a
hollow. It was an awesome encounter and I bet
that was one happy cat
that evening.
Bobcats mate between February and
March. Females give birth
in late April or early May
and usually have a litter
of one to seven kittens.
The little ones stay with
momma for about a year
before they venture out on
their own. Bobcats have
a relatively long life span
and can live up to 12 years
in the wild.
These nocturnal
creatures are also solitary
for the most part and stay
close to home. During
mating season male bobcats ranges may overlap
as they’re traveling looking for a mate. A typical
female bobcat will have a
home range of about a
square mile where males
may venture a little further and have a home
range up to 20 miles depending on the time of
year and geographic location.
Bobcat scat can often
be confused with coyote
and dog. One difference
is that bobcats tend to
cover their scat with dePlease turn to OUTDOORS
page 3
Committee on Education House Gov. Org.
11:00 AM, Joint Standing
Committee on Government
Organization - House Chamber
1:00 PM, Joint Committee on
Health - House Chamber
2:00 PM, Joint Committee on
Government and Finance Senate Finance
3:00 PM, Legislative RuleMaking Review Committee Senate Judiciary
4:00 PM, Joint Standing
Committee on Pensions and
Retirement - House Judiciary
Please send your inquiries to the Capitol Office at:
Building 1, Room 224-M,
Charleston, WV 25305. Or,
call the Capitol office at 3403220; Assistant to the Majority Leader, Jennifer
McPherson at 340-3942 or fax
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Braxton County, WV
SHERIFF
continued from page 1
years in the state penitentiary was suspended and
he was given the alternative sentence of 1 year of
home confinement for his
felony plea to the offense
of grand larceny.
During the interview,
Hinkel admitted that he
had lost his job and alleged
that he was out looking for
a new one, as a reason he
was not complying with
the home confinement requirement. Notification of
change in employment and
permission to be outside
the home are both requirements of the court
ordered reduced sentencing program. But, it was
Hinkels failure of a drug
test that resulted in his
immediate arrest and return to the Central Regional Jail. He will remain
incarcerated until he appears before Judge Richard Facemire to answer
accusations that he violated the terms of his reduced sentencing.
“Home confinement is
just that… confinement. It
is still punishment and has
a number of court imposed restrictions,” said
the Sheriff. “We intend to
enforce those restrictions.
We will also rely on other
law enforcement officers to
assist in monitoring the
program as well as the Day
Reporting Center. We hope
to increase the number of
individuals on home confinement as a way to save
the county money. However, these convicted individuals must realize that
we are serious and home
confinement is a punishment, not a get out of jail
free card.”
All individuals currently serving on home
confinement in Braxton
County are now scheduled
to be at the Day Reporting
Center on Wednesday
morning of each week. In
addition, Sheriff Williams
says his department is
committed to increased
monitoring and holding
those in the program accountable to the conditions set forth by the
courts.
COMMISSION
continued from page 1
Jack resigning all boards
he was previously assigned to as a county commissioner.
Ron Facemire made a
motion to refund $104 in
delinquent tax money to
Randall Revine.
Terry Frame made a
motion to authorize Mike
Baker to use the County
credit card to purchase
EMD Cards, pay for
Brenda Slaughter to take
an internet course pertaining to the EMD training and purchase books
necessary for students to
take the course at a total
cost of $1816.93.
The Commission also
approved the name of
Country Mile Lane on a
motion by Ron Facemire.
Terry Frame introduced action to approve a
series of budget revisions.
Under the topic of old
business, Terry Frame
brought up the Sheriff’s
request, made at the previous meeting, to reimburse David Doak for a
grant writing class he recently took. Frame, who
had previously moved to
table the request, made a
motion to pay Doak the
$425 fee.
Following a review
the EMS and county invoices were authorized for
payment on a motion by
Ron Facemire.
Minutes of the previous meeting were approved as presented by the
County Clerk, before the
meeting adjourned at 9:20
a.m. The next regular
meeting of the Braxton
County Commission will be
held on February 15 beginning at 9:00 a.m.
DEPOT
continued from page 1
described some of the
other damage the building
suffered. “The upstairs
was in awful shape, with
the plaster gone and extensive water damage,”
Boggs said. “The basement
floor was basically gone,
too, because at one point,
the railroad crews had put
calcium chloride in the
basement and it literally
ate the floor,” he added.
Boggs indicated that,
among the restoration efforts begun, “the windows
have all been replaced
with windows identical to
the original ones, and, after digging completely
around the building, fresh
drains have been placed
around the building’s cutstone foundation.”
Gassaway mayor Richard Roach commented
that the drainage system
“was one of the mandates
issued by the state and the
Historical Society.” Mayor
Roach continued to explain that the first stage of
the renovation had to be
waterproofing the building
from the exterior. “Completing this stage included
installation of the windows
and the drain system,” he
said.
Ro a c h e x p l a i n e d
that the work done to
this point “is only the beginning of what we want
to do with the depot.”
Currently, the town has
on order 175 clay roofing
tiles and twenty ridge
caps which will, of course,
have to be installed once
they arrive.
Boggs mentioned that
one procedure that definitely must be done before
the building can be used
for anything is stabilizing
the inside walls. “We have
an architect,” he noted,
“and we have guidelines
from the Historical Society.” One of those guidelines, according to Mayor
Roach, is that part of the
building be “used for
something.” He added, “It
cannot just sit there; it
must have a reason for
being.”
Currently, the mayor
sees the top floor as being
a type of museum depicting the development and
operation of the railway,
the town and the depot itself. Boggs, currently a
member of the Gassaway
Town Council, also envisions part of the building
as a museum. Plans for
the first floor are still underway although Roach
would like to see that floor
“made into something for
the public to be able to
use.” He does have some
ideas, he noted, but refrained from voicing those.
“We need to get more input from others, including
the residents of the town,
before we make any final
plans,” he said.
Obtaining ideas from
Gassaway
residents
should come at a town
meeting which Mayor
Roach plans to hold “as
soon as the weather
breaks, probably sometime in March,” he said. He
emphasized that, for that
meeting he would like to
see a large attendance representing the entire town.
“After all, we want whatever we decide for the depot to be for the people of
Gassaway,” he commented. “The more input
we have, the more likely
we are to design something
which will benefit the
whole town,” he added,
“and that’s definitely our
aim.”
One suggestion for
using the depot is creating a haven for children
after school—an area
where they can receive
tutoring, play games of
various types, or socialize.
Another possibility includes opening the bottom
floor for meetings of various groups or, at other
times, for simple socialization among adults. Whatever the final choices are,
one can be certain that, in
the near future, the rundown, vandalized building
will once again stand
proud and play an integral
role in the town of
Gassaway.
knows a fox or coyote may
come investigate as well.
Keep an eye on the downwind side as predators like
to approach this way, but
be ready for anything.
Bobcats are fascinating and beautiful animals. I actually have a
full size mount of one that
I look at and admire everyday. Bobcat season
along with rabbits,
grouse, fox, and raccoon
seasons run until February 28 and can provide
some great late season
hunting opportunities.
By Shirley Shuman
Going from U.S. Army
medic to beauty salon
owner/operator may seem
a huge step, but Teresa
Mick of Frametown is currently preparing to do just
that. Recently retired from
the military after twentyplus years of service—the
last sixteen with the Army
National Guard, Mick officially opened her salon, A
Touch of Style, in
Frametown on Friday,
February 1.
Actually, Mick reopened the salon she has
owned for several years
but which she closed
whenever she was called
for active military duty. “I
opened it and had built a
clientele before the Guard
called me for duty in Iraq,”
she said, adding, “I closed
it while I was away.” After
her fifteen-month tour in
Iraq, she returned to
Frametown and reopened
the salon “for about a
year.” Once again, the National Guard called; this
time she was sent to
Mexico for nearly eight
months.
Upon her return from
Mexico, she decided “it was
just too much” to try to
manage the salon along
with her being “on active
orders” with the Guard. “I
just stayed with my other
job,” she said, “and left the
salon closed.”
Her “other job,” which
continued from page 2
she had maintained a
information, including short time during her milia g e n c y l i n k s a n d t h e tary career, is as an instate government phone home caretaker with Cendirectory, may be found
at www.wv.gov. Also, you
may follow me on
F a c e b o o k at “Brent
Boggs”,
Twitter
at
“@DelBrentBoggs”, as well
as the WV Legislature’s
Facebook page at “West
Virginia Legislature” or on
Twitter
at
http://
t w i t t e r . c o m /
wvlegislature.
Continue to remember our troops - at home
and abroad - and keep
them and their families in
your
thoughts
and
prayers. Until next week
– take care.
tral West Virginia Aging
Services. Here she works
34 hours a week, and she
plans to continue that job
“at least for a while” after
reopening her salon. She
explained that she left the
position with Central West
Virginia Aging each time
she had been called for
active duty. Then, when
she returned to the area,
the agency “was always
willing to hire [her] again.”
As owner/operator of
A Touch of Style, Mick offers “the full range” of services one expects to see in
a salon. “I will offer cuts,
curls, perms, color, high-
lights, manicures, and
pedicures,” she emphasized. To begin, the salon
will be open from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on Friday and
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. She explained,
however, that once “the
clientele builds,” she will
“probably add more days.”
Now holding down
two jobs, Mick is also busy
off the job. “I have a family
here,” she said, “which includes my husband, a son
and daughter and two
grandkids.” When this
woman added, “I stay really busy,” it was definitely
easy to believe her.
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OUTDOORS
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bris. Scat that has been
covered is a tell tale sign
it’s from a bobcat. Also
since they prey on small
mammals oftentimes there
will be fur wrapped in a
spiral fashion around
small bones that are encased within.
Culverts are a good
place to look for sign as
bobcats tend to cross roads
at low places and often
leave scat at culvert
heads. Pond dams are also
another good place to find
bobcat signs. Tracks are
another good thing to look
for especially when there’s
snow on the ground. Bobcat tracks are round in
shape with four toes and
no claws evident. It somewhat resembles a coyote
from...
or dog track but bobcat
tracks are more rounded.
Since rabbits are one
of their main food sources,
a rabbit in distress call
...giving from the heart
314 Elk Street, Gassaway, WV would be a good one to use
to try and coax a bobcat in.
304-364-HOPE (4673)
It’s a good idea to remain
for with God, all things are possible. still and find some cover
while trying to call in a
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of a female bobcat in heat
could also lure in a male
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Citizens’
NEWS
OBITUARIES
Robert Edward Bee
Robert Edward
Bee, 66 of Servia, died
January 26, 2013 at
home.
He was born
February 14,
1946 a son of
Rena Ellison Bee McCune of Pinch and the
late Ralph Bee.
He was a truck
driver, a U.S. Navy veteran, and a protestant
by faith.
In addition to his
mother he is survived
by daughter, Neodesha
Bee of Bluefield; sister,
Sheila Bee Shinn of
Pinch; one nephew and
two great nephews.
A gathering of family and friends was held
from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, January 31, 2013,
at Richard M. Roach
Funeral Home, Gassaway.
Condolences may
be extended to the family at www.roachfuneralhome.com.
Mitchell and wife Patty of Clarksburg; one
step-grandson, Mikey
Tighe of Clarksburg
and her beloved dog,
Muffin, who misses her
greatly.
She is the last surviving member of her
immediate family, being preceded in death
by five brothers: Edward, Everett, Hubert,
Lanta Jr. and Dewey;
and her companion
of 37 years, David L.
Morris.
Eva Jean had been
a valued volunteer at
the Jane Lew Senior
Center for the past
25 years. She was a
member of the Broad
Run Baptist Church,
a very active member
of the American Baptist Women’s Group,
the Church Women’s
Choir, and a member of
the McWhorter Neighbors CEO’s. She was
a homemaker who enjoyed caring for her
flower gardens. She
loved to bake and was
known for her delicious
sugar cookies.
Friends called at
the Pat Boyle Funeral
Home and Cremation
Service at 144 Hackers
Creek Rd., Jane Lew,
Tuesday, January 29,
from 10-11 a.m.
Funeral services
were held at 11 a.m.
Tuesday from the Pat
Boyle Funeral Home
with the Reverend William Coffindaffer officiating.
Interment followed
in the McWhorter Cemetery.
Eva Jean Casto
Eva Jean Casto,
77, of RR3, Box 925,
Lost Creek, passed
away at 3:45 p.m. on
Saturday, January 26,
2013, at her residence,
following an extended
illness.
She was born September 16, 1935 in Bull
Town, Braxton Co.,
WV, a daughter of the
late Lanta Newton Lake
and Ethel Ellen Dean
Lake.
She was preceded
in death by her husband, Garland Wesley
Mitchell, who died in
1971.
Surviving are two Betty Green Coffman
sons: James Mitchell of
Betty Green CoffLost Creek and Joseph man, 82, of Gassaway
passed away on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
at Laurel Nursing &
Rehab. Center, Ivydale,
WV.
She was born July
1, 1930 to the late Esker Riffle and Flossie
Mullins Crites Riffle.
Betty was a homemaker and a Baptist
by faith, she attended
Sugar Creek Baptist
Church before she became ill.
She was preceded
in death by her parents; first husband;
James Frank Green
and her second husband; Charles Coffman,
sister; Garnet Keifer,
and several cousins.
Betty is survived by
their two step-daughters; Barbara (Barbie)
Ellen Coffman and
Evelena Coffman Dotson, step-son-in-law;
Garrett (Dutch)Smith,
step-granddaughter;
Katherine Rose Jones
and niece; Sheryl June
Gallion.
Funeral services were conducted at
Greene-Robertson Funeral Home 1:00pm Friday, February 1, 2013
with Rev. Tom Propst
officiating. Burial followed the service in
Braxton Greene-Robertson Funeral Home
is honored to be serving the Green-Coffman
families.
Janni Anette
Crumpler Spaur
Janni Annette
Crumpler Spaur, 52,
passed away on January 19, 2013 at Charleston Area Medical Center
in the presence of her
family after a six and
a half year battle with
cancer. She was born
May 10, 1960 in Parkersburg to the late David Carroll Crumpler
and Zelma Chloe Britton Crumpler.
Janni graduated
from Parkersburg High
School and attended
West Virginia Wesleyan
College. She married
Perry Lee Spaur in December of 1981. After
being employed at JC
Penny’s, and First Federal, she worked with
her husband at their
motorcycle shop, Roadrunner Custom Cycles
for several years. At the
time of her death she
was the Executive Officer at the Parkersburg
Board of Realtors where
she had made many
good friends.
Janni was a very
strong, loving, caring
person who was involved in many community activities. She
had planned many fundraisers sponsored by
the realtors for areas
charities which raised
thousands of dollars.
She coordinated educational realtor classes for
WV and Ohio. She was
on the Board of Coalition for the Homeless,
and a member of the
National Association of
Executive Officers.
She was also
a Wood County 4-H
Leader for 15 years,
a Wood County 4-H
Camp Trustee, and a
member of the Sand Hill
CEOS Club. She was a
member of the Vienna
Baptist Church, but
had attended the Sand
Hill United Methodist
Church for many years.
She loved most of
all spending time with
her family at their farm
and was so proud of
their remodeled turn of
the century farm house.
She loved antique shopping, auctions, traveling, camping, gardening, motorcycle rides
and helping others.
She was most
proud of her two sons,
PJ Spaur, of Jefferson
Hills, PA , and Austin
Spaur, of Bridgeport,
WV . She was blessed
to see them grow into
two fine young men.
In addition to her husband, Perry, she is
survived by her sister
Annie Lewellyn (Lew)
of Williamstown. She
was “Aunt Janni “to
many including David Lewellyn (Krista) of
Buckhannon, Dee Dee
Gains, of Parkersburg,
Matt Lewellyn (Jill) of
Williamstown, Brooks
Jones and Caitlyn
Stealey (Jason) of Lumberport, and Ryan Post
of Olean, New York,
and “Great Aunt Janni”
to Katie, Kassie, and
Brady Gains, Chase,
Makenzi, Kennedi,
Luke, and Jennessa
Lewellyn, and Gavin
Stealey; sister-in-laws,
Donna Post (Roy) of
Clarksburg and Hope
Jones (Gregg Gruse)
of Lumberport , brother-in-law David Spaur
(Kristi) of Queen Creek,
Arizona, father-in-law
Thurman Spaur (Katie Stewart-Spaur) of
Clarksburg, formerly
of Flatwoods, West Virginia.
In addition to her
parents, she was preceded in death by her
mother-in-law, Shirley
Spaur.
Braxton County, WV
A Celebration of
Life service was held at
Leavitt Funeral Home at
1:00 p.m. on Thursday,
January 24, 2013, with
burial following at the
Harper Hill Cemetery
on Ashby Ridge Road.
Visitation took place on
Wednesday, January
23, 2013, from 2:00 to
4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00
p.m.
The family would
like to thank Dr Nik
Shah and all other doctors, family, and friends
that helped Janni during her long courageous
battle.
Memorial contributions can be made to
the American Cancer
Society.
Online condolences may be sent to the
family at www.leavittfuneralhome.com
Marjorie Lorraine
(Simmons) Duckworth
Marjorie Lorraine
(Simmons) Duckworth,
May 17, 1924 to January 31, 2013,
born in Gassaway,
WV to mother Mabel
McTheney Simmons
and to father Charles
O. Simmons, both late
of Sugar Creek, Braxton County. Preceded
in death by her husband of sixty seven
years, Burlin S. Duckworth, on December 8,
2012. Survived by sons
Lawrence Dowe Duckworth of Atlanta, GA
and Roger Lee Duckworth of Chattanooga, TN; grandchildren
Matthew Duckworth,
Dr. Cheryl Duckworth,
Kristen Parker, Dr. Rebecca Forkner, Dr. Ben
Duckworth and Stacy
Mason; and six great
grandchildren Madeline
Mason, Lauren Mason, Annabelle Parker,
Mabel Forkner, Sam
Parker, and Caroline
Duckworth; siblings
Betty Conrad of Sugar
Creek and James Simmons and wife Louise of
Gassaway; and aunt to
Lisa Marshall and son
Jake. According to family and friends Marjorie
was a great mother,
spouse and sister. She
attended a one-room
school on Sugar Creek,
then graduated from
Gassaway High School.
During the war she was
a “Rosie Riveter,” working in a defense plant
in Charleston. After
the war she married
and raised two sons
with the constant goal
of insuring that her
sons achieved topnotch
educations. After a few
years of living at Cabin
Creek, Marjorie and
Stewart moved to Cleveland, OH so that they
could give their sons
more opportunities. The
sons did, graduating
with degrees from West
Point, Marshall, Central Michigan, National
Defense University and
Virginia Tech; and both
are Army veterans. All
of her five grandchildren are college graduates and three of the
five have earned doctorate degrees. Marjorie attended the Sugar
Creek Baptist Church.
The sons want all to
know that she was a
wonderful mother and
is already missed.
Service was held
at 2 p.m. Saturday,
February 2, 2013, at
Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway
with Rev. Bennie Crigger officiating. Burial
followed in the Sugar
Creek Cemetery, Gassaway.
Friends called
two hours prior to the
service at the funeral
home.
Condolences may
be extended to the family at www.roachfuneralhome.com.
JoAnn Gawthrop
JoAnn Gawthrop,
a lifelong resident of
Braxton County, died
Thursday, January 31,
at home surrounded by
her family.
Born in 1938 in
Glendon, WV, JoAnn
graduated from Sutton
High School
in 1957. She married John Gawthrop in
1958 and worked at
Cooks Dept. Store until
they bought the store
in 1964 and renamed it
John’s Dept. Store.
JoAnn was an active member of Gassaway Baptist Church
where she taught women’s Bible studies, Sunday school, and Vacation Bible School. She
was a member of the
choir, a deaconess and
served as Pastor Appreciation chairwoman.
She began the first ladies small group class.
She was also involved
in the prayer ministry
and served on numerous committees.
She was an avid
gardener, beautiful
homemaker, mother,
wife and dear friend.
She is survived
by her husband of 55
years, John Daniel
Gawthrop, Gassaway,
WV; and two daughters
and son-in-laws, Deborah Denise Neese, Biltmore Lake, NC and Cliff
Neese, Baton Rouge,
LA; Penny Ann Mize and
Walter Mize of Asheville,
NC.
She is also survived
by her grandchildren;
Adam Neese, Biltmore
Lake, NC; Kaley Ann
Mize, Asheville, NC:
survived by her brother,
John Edward Gibson of
Sutton, WV. Her living
half brother and sister
are Samuel Julian Gibson of Herold, WV and
Christy Ellen Freeman
of Clarksburg, WV.
Predeceased by her
half brothers, Roy Lewis
Gibson, Paul Vernon
Gibson and Michael
David Gibson; father,
Julian Vernon Gibson;
mother, Sylvia Marie
Gibson; step-mother,
Mabel Gibson.
Pallbearers will be
Eugene Rapp, Terry
Duffield, Herb White,
Jeff Singleton, Junior
Pletcher, and Ben Harris.
The family would
like to thank Mark and
Darlene Stump, Bill
and Bronlynn Morlan,
Lance and Lewesla and
all her church friends
and family for the acts
of kindness, prayers,
food, cards and love
shown to her. Also,
thanks to Drs. Russell and Sally Stewart,
Hospice Care, Marsha
Delaney, Dr. Stephanie
Cole, and Dr. Rose Jacobs for taking loving
care of JoAnn.
Service was held
11a.m., Monday, February 4, 2013 at Gassaway Baptist Church
with Rev. Mark Stump
officiating. Burial took
place in the Hill Cemetery, Muddlety.
Friends called from
4 to 9 p.m. Sunday at
the Gassaway Baptist
Church.
In lieu of flowers,
a building fund memorial prayer garden will
be set up at Gassaway
Baptist Church. Donations can be made
to Gassaway Baptist
Church, PO Box 128,
Gassaway, WV 26624.
Condolences may
be extended to the family at www.roachfuneralhome.com.
Braxton County, WV
COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
Senior Menu:
Senior menu for the
week of February 6th thru
February 12th
Wednesday (6) Steak
w/Peppers & Onions, Wild
Rice, Creamed Corn, Apricots, Dinner Roll
Thursday (7)
Creamed Chicken & Biscuits, Mixed Vegetables,
Pasta Salad, Fruit
Friday (8) Tomato
Soup w/Cheese, Pepperoni Roll, Mandarin Oranges, Whole Wheat Crackers
Monday (11) Sloppy
Joe w/Bun, Strawberry/
Field Green Salad, Sweet
Potato Fries, Pudding
Tuesday (12) Cook’s
Choice
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Veterans Service
Officer:
An itinerant representative of the West
Virginia Department of
Veterans Assistance is
scheduled to be at the
Braxton County Senior
Center from 10:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
February 6, 2013, and
Wednesday, February 27,
2013.
•••••••••••••••••
Church Dinner
and Sing
Little Birch Southern Baptist Church will
be having a dinner and
sing on February 8th at
6:00, please bring a covered dish to share and
enjoy an evening of great
fellowship. Everyone is
welcome.
•••••••••••••••••
Valentines Bazaar and
open house:
A Valentines Day Bazaar and Open House will
be held at the Gassaway
Community Building on
Sunday, February 10,
2013 from 11:00 a.m.
to 3:00 p.m. Come on
out and get your special
someone something nice
of just something for
yourself! We will have
Papa John’s from Summersville set up selling
food. We will also have
Pure Romance, Mary
Kay, Tastefully Simple,
Velata, Paparazzi Accessories, Sweets by LULU,
31 bags, Pampered Chef,
Jamberry Nails, Cookie
Lee Jewelry, Perfectly
Post, It works and hair
feathers, Tupperware,
Scentsy, Pink Zebra,
Premier Jewelry, Orgami
Owl Living Lockets, plus
other handmade crafts
and candy. So come out
and have a good time.
Contact Florence Parker
for more information by
calling 304-364-2643 or
304-543-6217.
•••••••••••••••••
Big Otter Community
February Music:
The Big Otter Community and Senior Center
February music schedule
is as follows: February
8th, Cherry River Drive;
February 15th, Burnin’
79; and February 22nd,
Tiffany Farmer and Tom
Pringle. Doors open at
5:00 p.m. Music Starts
at 7:00 p.m. There is no
admission charge. There
will be various drawings
and door prizes, food and
concessions. For more
information call 304-2862672.
•••••••••••••••••
Gospel Sing Coming
at Big Otter!
On Saturday, February 23rd, the Big Otter
Community and Senior
Center will be holding a
gospel sing featuring The
Brighterside Quartet with
Darrell Moore, Virgil and
Tom Parsons and
Ed Baker, Dewey Tanner
and Parsons Brothers.
Also from Spencer, David
Bowen with Ron Shamblin. Singing starts at
5:00 p.m. Admission is
free. Food and concessions will be available.
For more information
call 304-286-267-3213.
•••••••••••••••••
Scrapbooking for
seniors:
Discover this fun
way to turn your photos
into a family treasure.
Every Friday at 10:00
a.m. starting in January
at the Braxton County
Senior Center.
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ALANON Meetings:
The ALANON Support Group will be meeting at the Sutton Baptist
Church on Main Street,
Sutton, Annex I, at 7:30
p.m. on Tuesday nights.
ALANON is a non-denominational support group
for friends and family of
people struggling with
addiction.
Candidates for
Municipal offices
The Town of Gassaway candidates
running for office are
Mayor Richard M.
Roach, council Larry
Joe Smarr, Melinda
L. Frame, Alan Lee
Boggs, James E. Criner. Candidates for
the Town of Burnsville
Mayor Paul Bragg, Recorder Marsha Dean,
Council Melissa Conrad, Gary Crutchfield,
Chris Dean, Ann Mattson, Duan Mattson,
Joe Sprouse, Donna
Summers, and John-
nie Verton. C a n d i dates for the Town of
Sutton are Mayor J.L.
Campbell, Recorder
Joan Bias, Council
Francis Crites, Gabriel Hopen, Mary Redman. T h e T o w n o f
Flatwoods candidates
are Mayor Sue Maple, Crystal Gillespie,
Pam Skelly, Recorder
Marty Mosley, Council
Mary Rogers, Randy
Luzader, Mindy Knicley, Renila Sue Lloyd,
David Marple, Brenda
Nay.
Martial Arts
Classes
The American
Karate Academy
invites you to join their class.
Classes are held at the Flatwoods
Elementary School every Tuesday and
Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and
are available to children 7 years old thru
adult. Cost is $20.00 per month for one person. Family rates are available.
For more information and to
register please call 765-7955.
Citizens’
NEWS
Febuary 5, 2013 Page 5
Braxton students named to GSC Honor rolls
Glenville State College has announced the
names of GSC students
who attained the President’s Honor Roll and the
Provost’s Honor Roll for
the Fall 2012 semester.
Braxton County students who were named
to the GSC President’s
Honor Roll are: Shannon
L. Blake of Burnsville,
Candace M. Butler of Exchange, Kathy J. Childers
of Flatwoods, Robert C.
Cline of Gassaway, Janis R. Collins of Heaters,
Ashley B. Gauldin of Sutton, Laura F. Green of
Sutton, Tyler K. Hembree
of Gassaway, Kelsey L.
Metz of Burnsville, Rachel R. Morrison of Sutton, Connie L. Roberts of
Sutton, Kyler E. Stower
of Flatwoods, Casey D.
Toler of Heaters, Kyle J.
Warner of Gassaway, and
Erica L. Whitney of Duck.
To be named to the GSC
President’s Honor Roll, a
student must have a 4.0
grade point average.
Students from Brax-
ton County who were
named to the GSC Provost’s Honor Roll are:
Tyler J. Carr of Gassaway,
Richard T. Chapman of
Gassaway, Tyler K. Cottrill of Gassaway, Jordan
T. Cutlip of Gassaway,
Dakota S. Hamrick of
Gassaway, Marc A. Jones
of Gassaway, Kristen F.
Meadows of Gassaway,
Megan L. Rollins of Gassaway, Emmitt R. Wayne
of Gassaway, and Gale
M. Wine of Sutton. To
be named to the GSC
Provost’s Honor Roll, a
student must have a grade
point average of 3.5 to
3.99.
Food handling
classes
There are two food
handling classes set up
for the month of February.
February 13th, 2013
at 4:00 pm at the Braxton
County High School also
February 20th, 2013 at
4:00 pm at the Braxton
County High School.
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COMMUNITY
CORNER
BURNSVILLE NEWS
T h e
Kanawha
Alumni
Association (KAA)
has
Tshirts and
flags for
sale. Contact Margret Ann Willey at 304-815-1321 to
place your order. The
T-shirts are orange with
black letters. Some say
Burnsville Bruins with a
bear face and some say
Burnsville High School
with a bear face. Your
choice of sizes includes
S, M, L, XL, 2XL - $12.00
each, plus shipping. They
also have Bruin flags for
sale @ $10.00 each, plus
shipping. The Kanawha
Alumni Banquet will be
held on Saturday, May
25.
A raffle of a Remington Model 870 pump
action, 12 gauge with
26” barrel and camo
stock is being held by
the Kanawha Alumni Association as a fundraiser.
Tickets are $5.00 each.
There will be only 300
tickets sold. The drawing
will be held on Saturday,
April 20, 2013 at the 79’er
Restaurant in Burnsville.
Contact Butch McPherson at 304-853-2706.
Kim West is searching for a photo and or information of a Burnsville
High School basketball
team that won a state
championship back in the
20’s. Should you have
any information about
this championship team,
contact Kim West. It
looks like the year was
1924.
Bill Wiant (Class
of 1945) called & left a
message concerning the
championship team. Kim,
you may call him at 304252-6184. David Parmer
emailed and asked that
you contact him via email
@ [email protected]
Also, Charles McNemar
emailed and had some
information for you. You
may contact him via email
@ [email protected]
I had read an article
in the Charleston Gazette
where the West Virginia
Library Commission was
sponsoring a program
where individuals were
asked to read 150 books
in 2013. I left a note for
Dee Dee Herron at the
library to see if our own
Burnsville Public Library
would be participating.
She sent me the following
from a newsletter from
the West Virginia Library
Commission (WVLC).
The year-long reading initiative encourages
West Virginians to read
150 books in any format
(printed book, e-book,
audio book, down loadable text, etc.) from any
source, during the course
of 2013, West Virginia’s
sesquicentennial year.
Books can be on any topic,
fiction or non-fiction; they
must be read between
January 1 and December
31, 2013. People can read
150 books individually, or
create teams to read 150
TRUTH OR TRADITION?
The Lord’s Supper #1
Divine Memorials. When God wanted His people
to remember His Promise never again to destroy the
world by water, He set a bow in the clouds. When
He wanted His people to remember His Protection, He
had them kill a Passover Lamb each year, to remind
them of how He had protected them from the last
plague brought upon Egypt, the death of the firstborn
son. When He wanted His people to remember His
Providence, He had them gather a pot of manna, to
remind them of how He had fed them during the forty
year wandering.
The Greatest Memorial. What kind or memorial
would be fitting for the greatest event in the history
of the word? What would be an appropriate way to
remember the greatest sacrifice ever made, the greatest man who ever lived, the one who did more than
any other to benefit more people, one whose life and
death has affected people of all races and cultures in
all ages of time? Somehow naming a bridge, highway, hospital, school, etc. all seem to limited and
inadequate. Such a memorial should be something
that people of all nations and all ages could observe
and be a part of.
The Institution. On the night of His betrayal
and arrest, Jesus had met in an upper room with
His apostles to observe the Passover for the last time,
and to institute the Lord’s Supper as a memorial for
His followers. Matthew records: “And as they were
eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it
and gave it to the disciples, and said, ‘Take, eat; this
is my body.’ And he took the cup, and gave thanks,
and gave it to them, saying, ‘Drink ye all of it. For
this is my blood of the new testament, which is shed
for many for the remission of sins.’” (Matt 26:26-28).
The Memorial. Unlike many memorials that are
carved in granite, Jesus takes two very perishable
items and establishes a memorial that has endured for
almost twenty centuries, and can be readily observed
by people around the globe. Bread is the staff of life
of every culture, and grapes can be grown on every
continent where folks dwell. So perishable, yet so
enduring!
The Elements. The unleavened bread, bread
without yeast to give it life, is a very fitting emblem
of the lifeless body of Christ as He hung on the cross.
The fruit of the vine, grape juice, pictures so beautifully
the blood that was shed in order to cleanse our sins.
The Observance. As we partake of this memorial,
we look downward as we break the bread and take the
cup, and we look upward to God in thanksgiving. We
look inward as we examine ourselves, and look outward as we commune together as a body of Christians.
We look backward through time as we remember His
suffering and sacrifice, but we also look forward as
we show the Lord’s death till He come.
Steer Creek Church of Christ, 3466 Rosedale
Road, Stumptown, West Virginia 25267
Minister: Gene H. Miller, 3281 Rosedale
Road, Shock, West Virginia 26638-8410
Links:gilmerfreepress.net
shock.stumptown.religion
hurherald.com/church news
Sponsored by:Church of Christ,742 Elk
Street, Gassaway WV 26624. Danny Lambey,
Minister
Citizens’
NEWS
BY DEBBIE
MCPHERSON
books collectively. Libraries across West Virginia
are encouraged to form
teams to compete. Teams,
which can have up to 15
members, must choose a
name and select a leader
to keep track of the books
read by team members.
So, if you are interested, contact the library.
It sounds like a lot of fun.
We are forming a group of
our own.
News from Toni
Wine: There will be a
Revival at the Burnsville
United Methodist Church
March 21-23 beginning at
7 PM. Everyone welcome
to come and praise God!
The pastor is Jim Burrough. Happy birthday
to Bobby Wine & Jason
Singleton for February
11, and Patricia Wine for
February 19. In memory
of Elmer Wine’s birthday
for February 5 and John
Posey’s birthday for February 8. We all miss you.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Carol
Hedrick. Our thoughts
and prayers are with the
family.
Ruth Anne James,
70, passed peacefully in
her sleep on January 24,
2013 at the home she
shared with her sister
Mary and Ernie Gum in
Salem, SC since 2005.
Prior to that she was a
resident of Sand Fork WV
for many years.
Born May 18, 1942,
at Nicut, WV, the daughter
of the late Paul G. Bishop
and the late Gathel King
Bishop. She was a graduate of Sand Fork High
School and Glenville State
College.
She was a retired
high school teacher with
over 30 years of service
in Gilmer and Braxton
Counties. She was an avid
reader and enjoyed gardening. She was active in
local and state politics and
had served as chair of the
Gilmer County Republican
Party. She was member of
the Foothills Community
Church in Seneca SC.
She is survived by
her daughter, Mary Elizabeth (Travis) Cochran of
Sand Fork; grandson,
William ‘Billy’ Cochran of
Sand Fork; sister Mary
(Ernie) Gum of Salem SC;
brothers Arden (Viola)
Bishop of Glenville WV
and David Bishop of Sand
Fork. She is preceded in
death in addition to her
parents by her husband,
William B. James, and one
sister, Ermal Harris.
Funeral services will
be held Monday January
28, 2013, 11:00 am at
the Stump Funeral Home
in Arnoldsburg with Rev.
Rick Metheney officiating.
Burial will follow in the
King Cemetery at Nicut.
Braxton County, WV
GASSAWAY NEWS MB
Y
ELINDA
Hello, Everyone!
How
do you
like the
snow??
I love it!
I know
that most of
you do not, but I think
it is beautiful. You
know the kids have
been doing their snow
dances because they
have enjoyed some
days off due to the
white fluffy stuff! Ha!
On the bright side, the
groundhog did NOT see
his shadow, so this will
all be over soon. We
hope!
Today is Super
Bowl Sunday and we
have been watching all
of the festivities for two
days leading up to kick
off. The commercials
this year have already
stirred controversy and
of course sparked conversation which is their
goal.
I, personally, love
the Budweiser commercials. They always
make me cry. This year
is no exception. If you
haven’t seen them yet,
you will understand
what I mean when you
do. I am writing this
earlier than normal so
that I can be free to
watch the whole game.
Let’s Go Ravens!!!
I know you have
seen the news about
the 5 year old little boy
being held hostage by a
man in Alabama. Obviously, this man is mentally ill. Having had
numerous altercations
with his neighbors and
a scheduled court date
the day that he killed
the hero bus driver and
grabbed this baby, this
man was a time bomb.
With the ongoing gun
debate on the minds
of most of us, there is
one common denominator in almost all of
these senseless acts,
mental illness. There
are many among us
who suffer from some
type of mental illness.
Most are not violent
but as these acts continue to become more
and more prevalent,
it is becoming clearer
that those who do have
these tendencies need
to be closely monitored.
The question is “how?”
I don’t pretend to have
an answer. I do know
that taking guns away
from law abiding citizens is not the answer.
Our government needs
to address this issue
first and come up with
reasonable solutions.
That, to me, should be
their focus.
Birthdays this
week are:
February 5th-Gary
Potts
February 6thAlleen Elizabeth Carman, Jeff Facemire,
Cody Grounds, Theresa
Rose, Amy Beverly
February 7thKassi Hines, Courtney
Shannon Hanks, Alex
Mayse
February 8thEthan Backus, Adam
Oney, Daniel Lee Myers, Jordan Tyo, Steven Lee Cantrell, Craig
Hamrick
February 9thAiden Kyle Stump,
Heath Cottrill, Noel Rex
Ramsey
PAT’S CHAT
Valentine’s
Day does
not get
q u i t e
the hype
as some
other holidays, but
it is great
to have a day when
love can be expressed
– something we don’t
always remember to do.
Sincere love from family
or friends is important
to our health and welfare; especially our children, young or older.
I want to tell those of
you who read my Chats
and let me know that
you like them – I love
you each one. Someone at church told me
that she loved the last
one (January 27, 2013)
and read the whole long
column to two different
people who live elsewhere. Another young
man insisted that I get
the column printed in
the Charleston Gazette
and the Clarksburg
Exponent and on FacePlease turn to BURNSVILLE book. That is rewarding
page 8 even when the article is
FRAME
February 10th-Savannah Bender, Mary
Baker Carman, Zoey
McQuain, Suzie Nettles-Steele
February 11thEdie Johnson, Emily
Canterbury
Happy Birthday to
all of you!
Valentine’s Day is
just around the corner. Have you made
plans for you and your
sweetheart? There are
many different options
here locally so be sure
to treat your Valentine
to something special!
If you prefer to prepare a scrumptious
dinner for your Valentine yourself, here is a
recipe idea;
Chicken with Fettuccine Alfredo
Ingredients
8 ounces fettuccine pasta
5 tablespoons butter, divided
4 boneless skinless
chicken breast halves
salt and pepper
1/4 cup flour
1 tablespoon
minced onions
2 tablespoons
minced garlic
1 1/2 cups light
cream
1/4 cup parmesan
cheese
1 teaspoon parsley
1/2 teaspoon red
pepper flakes
Directions
Cook fettuccine according to package.
Drain.
While fettuccine is
cooking, prepare chicken.
Heat 12-inch skillet; add 2 TBSP butter.
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BY
PAT RIDPATH
really not written by me.
Everyone loves to be appreciated. Express your
love and appreciation
for all those for whom
you feel this and make
Valentine’s Day more
special this year. You
don’t have to buy a card
or flowers – just say it to
them or write to them.
Or try a conference call
like me and my three
siblings do frequently!
Keep in touch with those
you love.
A friend of mine told
me about a Good Samaritan, a 13-year-old
girl who early in January
found a very considerable amount of money at
the Weston Wal-Mart in
an envelope along with
a Wal-Mart receipt. She
immediately took it to
the Manager and turned
it in, but he/she did not
even ask for her name,
which I think would
have been important.
Those whose money was
returned might like to
thank such an honest
child. With all the bad
publicity our children
get at times, it is rewarding to know that some
are raised with a moral
conscience. If you are
reading and perhaps
are the recipient of your
lost money, I can get her
contact information so
you can thank her yourself – just let me know. I
am thanking her for all
of us and thanking God
there are young people
like her.
I just had a very
special birthday! My
sister, Mary Ann Bucklew, and all my friends
made it special. A
yummy dinner at Mary
Ann’s with several dear
friends, with a pretty
cake and everything.
Libby Ferrell and I
watched some lovely
movies with Mary Ann
that come from Pixl on
Dish Network – sweet,
“feel-good” movies with
none of the violence,
bad language, etc., that
make for R ratings (or
even no advertisements)!
Tonight Sheri Sapp,
Mary Ann and I are going to Pizza Hut to spend
a gift card I got from my
son, Scott Bucklew and
family who live at Fenwick. I had great gifts
from some friends and
my other two children,
plus many, many cards
and several telephone
calls. It has eased the
pain of turning 79 and
hopefully my last year
of being 70 instead of
80 will be just as happy.
It is nearly 3:00
p.m. on Sunday and
the snow is still coming down! I hope our
groundhogs here in WV
and in PA are correct
and we will have an
early spring. I am ready
for it. I especially pray
for good weather in the
middle of March when
my daughter, Robin
Bucklew, along with the
feathered robins, will be
arriving. I am looking
forward to having her
here with me. My column and lots of other
things will change, I
believe. Robin makes
things happen that I am
just not good at doing.
Maranatha!
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Citizens’
NEWS
Braxton County, WV
MAGISTRATE COURT
R-E-P-O-R-T
Magistrate
Beth Smith:
January 22: James
Franklin Manno of Ida
May – DUI 2nd offense,
pled guilty, assessed
court costs and fine,
payment schedule, 6
months home confinement; David Riffle of
Camden on the Gauley
– driving suspended/
revoked for DUI 2nd,
pled guilty to driving
revoked 1st offense, assessed court costs, fine
and home confinement
fees, 30 days home confinement.
January 30: Hel
Chang Shin of Timonium, MD – failure to
merge to emergency
vehicle, pled guilty, assessed court cost and
fine, paid; Corey L.
Lovejoy of Bridgeton,
NJ – speeding, pled
guilty, assessed court
costs and fine, paid; Arthur Steven Wolverton
of Cowen – overweight
(19,300 lbs.), pled
guilty, assessed court
costs and fine, paid;
Phillip Daily of Sutton –
littering, dismissed, litter picked up and properly disposed of; Donna
Lynn Stout of Sutton
– defectived equipment,
dismissed, defective tail
light repaired; Katheren
Mechelle Sill of Sutton – operate/attempt
to operate meth lab
and conspiracy, state
did not present any
evidence, no probable
cause found..
January 31: Robert S. Marsh of Clarksburg – speeding and
failure to yield right of
way, pled no contest,
assessed court costs
and fine, paid.
Magistrate
Larry
Clifton:
January 28: Benjamin L. Phillips of
Weston – driving revoked for DUI, no insurance, and improper
registration, probable
cause found; Bobby
Joe Dennison of Little
Birch – trespassing and
possession of hydrocodone without prescription, probable cause
found; Larry R. Coughenour of Akron, OH – destruction of property,
probable cause found;
Gene L. Frame of Birch
River – possession of
marijuana less than
15 grams, pled no contest, assessed court
costs and fine, paid;
Christine Justice of Exchange – permitting
DUI, probable cause
found; Chelsey Samples
of Strange Creek – possession of marijuana
less than 15 grams, pled
guilty, assessed court
costs and fine, payment
schedule; James Hoard
of Gassaway – no seat
belt, pled guilty, assessed court costs and
fine, paid.
January 29: Timothy Seevers, Sr. of Marietta, OH – fugitive from
justice, circuit court
jurisdiction; Lilly Boggess of Ivydale – no
proof of insurance and
expired registration,
dismissed, valid proof
shown; Johnny Frame
Coffman
Insurance
Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 450
Birch River, WV 26610
WV Insurance Company
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Sectionals,
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Terry K. Coffman
of Summersville – offense by inmate rendering correctional facility
less secure as a place
of confinement/rendering firefighting equipment inoperable, defendant waived time period
for preliminary hearing; Melanie Cayton of
Walkersville – petit larceny, dismissed without
prejudice by motion
of prosecutor; Susan
Brosbeck of Girard, OH
– DUI, pled guilty to
non-aggravated DUI,
assessed court costs,
fine and DUI fees, 2
days jail with credit for
time served, possession
of controlled substance
and improper registration, dismissed per
plea agreement; Danny
Stout of Gassaway –
petit larceny and destruction of property,
dismissed without prejudice by motion of prosecutor; John Wayne
Rhea of Sutton – DUI
3rd offense and driving
revoked for DUI, probable cause found.
January 30: Lisa
Miller-Searberry of Fairmont – speeding, pled
no contest, assessed
court costs and fine,
paid; Bernie E. Stanley of Strange Creek
– worthless check,
complainant Nottingham’s Store, assessed
worthless check fees,
paid; Chris Staley of
Strange Creek – worthless check, complainant
Nottingham’s Store, assessed worthless cheek
Febuary 5, 2013 Page 7
fees, paid; David Paul
Miller of Exchange –
possession of controlled
substance less than 15
grams, dismissed per
motion of prosecutor;
Ralph Doug Blankenship of Exchange – driving suspended/revoked
for DUI 2nd offense
and false information
to trooper, pled guilty
to driving revoked 1st
offense and false information to trooper, assessed court costs, fine
and DUI fees, payment
schedule, 30 days home
confinement; Ethan
Flint of Sutton – DUI
2nd offense, pled guilty
to DUI 1st offense, assessed court costs, fine
and DUI fees, payment
schedule, 3 days jail
with credit for time
served; Frank A. Severance of Sutton – Driving
suspended/revoked for
DUI, pled guilty to driving suspended administrative, assessed court
costs and fine, payment schedule, 2 days
jail with credit for time
served; operate ATV
on road with centerline, dismissed per plea
agreement; Daniel Hopkins of Sutton – battery
on a correctional officer
and assault on a correctional officer, probable
cause found.
January 31: Benjamin B. Nettles of
Strange Creek – worthless check, complainant
Nottingham’s Store, assessed worthless check
fees, paid; Robert Hudson of Gassaway – DUI,
pled no contest, assessed court costs, fine
and DUI fees, payment
schedule, 1 day jail with
credit for time served;
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and assault, dismissed
without prejudice per
motion of prosecutor;
Jeremy Stephen Duckworth of Sutton – possession of marijuana
less than 15 grams,
pled no contest, assessed court costs and
fine, payment schedule;
Andrew James Barker
of Morgantown – DUI
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Braxton County, WV
Braxton County Memorial
Hospital employee recognition
for them; and staff are
known to join hands in
prayer during times of
distress involving our
hospital, community
and nation. Coworkers frequently express
their concern for one
another by stating, “I’m
praying for you.” Truly
there is peace in knowing that others care
enough to pray; yet one
must be aware of another’s needs in order
to do so….
Brenda Cottrell
states, “Within a very
short time, I heard
several people asking
for prayer for patients
and family members.
God spoke to my heart
saying, ‘Ask Ben for
permission to put up a
prayer request board.’ I
did, Ben said yes, Julia ordered it and Rick
put it up.” Stephanie
Arden, LRTR, says,
“Brenda had this wonderful, heartfelt idea
that anyone who has
prayer requests can
list their names on
a dry erase board in
the Chapel for everyone’s prayers and support. Her request had
nothing to do with her
CNA duties, but simply
shows her compassion
for everyone. She is
a genuine loving person.” The quote above
suggests that we must
pray from the heart,
and the Bible reminds
us to, “Ask, and ye
shall receive.” Brenda
did just that, not for
herself but for others,
and we congratulate
her as the December
Artist of the Month.
She noted her appreciation to Ben Vincent
(Administrator), Julia
Rose (Med Surg Nurse
Manager), and Rick
Jarvis (Maintenance
Mechanic) for making
her idea become a reality.
Brenda has been
caring for patients as a
CNA for 25 years. She
joined the BCMH family in December 2009.
She and her husband
of 37 years, Troy, reside at Shock. Their
daughter, Shannon,
and husband, Curtis Wood, have two
children, Sierra and
fellowship.
Sunday, February
10 – The Kanawha Alumni
Association will meet at 2
PM at the Burnsville Public Library. All members
of the KAA are eligible to
attend and participate in
the meetings of the Association. The Officers
appreciate and need the
suggestions, participation, work, and support
of the members.
Sunday, February
10 – Youth Group Meeting
from 6 PM – 8 PM at the
First Baptist Church of
Burnsville
Wednesdays - Bible
Study at 6:30 PM at the
Burnsville United Methodist Church
Wednesdays – Bible
Study @ 7 PM at the First
Baptist Church of Burnsville
Sunday, February 17
– It’s movie night again at
the First Baptist Church
of Burnsville at 6 PM.
Youth and adults are encouraged to attend.
Tuesday, February
19 – WMS Meeting @ 7
PM at the First Baptist
Church of Burnsville. All
ladies are welcome to attend. The Book of the
Month is Esther.
Belated birthday
wishes to Paul Boyles of
Clarksburg for January
30. May you be blessed
with many, many more.
February happy
birthdays:
7 – Tony Conrad, age
17, Erin Smith Barnhart
of Grantsville
9 – Marjorie O’Brien,
Christina Chyreck
10 – Suzie Steele of
Brown’s Run
15 – Mike Alt of
Moorefield
19 – Dylan King
21 – Jim Lake
22 – our daughter,
Karla McPherson Conrad,
of Wheelersburg, OH, our
niece, Leah McPherson
Meachum, Jerry McPherson of McCauley Run
23 – Theresa Paugh
of Kincheloe
24 – our nephew,
Darren Clark, of Gallipolis, OH
25 – Jerry Lee
McPherson of Brown’s
Run
26 – Sarita Wine
Gumm of Hamlin
28 – Dusty Lambert
of Weston
I was speaking to a
co-worker the other day
about positive actions.
He said that he was tired
of seeing all the negative
items on the front page of
the newspaper. He said
that his county newspaper no longer printed the
school’s honor roll. He
even personally spoke to
them about it. I, too, don’t
enjoy negativity. Negative
actions make me sad. I
Hannah. Their son,
T.J. and wife, Felicia,
have three children,
Kloe-Ann, Nicholas
and Austin. Brenda
attends Rosedale Baptist Church and enjoys
cooking, sewing and
reading a good book. In
the summer, she enjoys
antique stores and yard
sales looking for her
latest treasure. BCMH
has found its own treasure in Brenda.
Kim Frazier, Medical Technologist, was
chosen as the Employee of the Quarter
for the 4th quarter of
2012.
Dr. Sally Stewart,
Medical Director of
Hospice Care Corporation serving Braxton,
Gilmer and Calhoun
Counties, recently expressed her appreciation for Kim’s assistance establishing an
improved system for
providing care to hospice patients at Braxton County Memorial
Hospital. She noted
that implementation
of this new process
allows nurses to draw
blood for their hospice
patients and deliver it
to the laboratory for
appropriate testing, including type and cross
matching. This process
occurs prior to the patient ever being admitted to BCMH. When
the hospice patient
arrives at the hospital
for a blood transfusion,
everything is ready and
Kim Frazier, Medical Technologist, was chosen the appropriate care
Brenda Cottrell, Certified Nursing Assistant is the as the Employee of the Quarter for the 4th can begin immediately
without having to wait
Artist of the Month for December 2012.
quarter of 2012.
Brenda Cottrell,
Certified Nursing Assistant, was selected as
Artist of the Month for
December 2012.
Sherry Ruth Anderson and Patricia
Hopkins have written,
“In essence, prayer
is communion with
mystery. And for that
reason, there can be
no one right way to do
it, no prescription for
prayer that will minister to everyone’s needs.
... However, perhaps
there is one requisite:
that our heart be in
it.” BCMH is a place
of healing bolstered
by a good measure of
prayer. Our healthcare
providers often communicate to patients
that they are praying
BURNSVILLE
continued from pg. 6
Friends may call from
5:00-7:00 pm Sunday at
the funeral home.
Mrs. James was
my homeroom teacher @
BCHS. I have seen her a
few times after graduation.
Mr. Jerry Long spoke to
me at the funeral home
this past Monday and told
me that she had passed
away. We both had fond
memories of her. Rest in
peace Mrs. James.
Calendar of Events:
1st and 3rd Mondays
– Burnsville Lions Club
meets at the 79’er Restaurant in Burnsville @ 6:30
PM (February 4 & 18)
Sunday, February
10 – Valentine’s Day lunch
after church at the First
Baptist Church of Burnsville. Come and join us
for a wonderful meal and
enjoy reading where one of
our local children wins a
spelling bee, makes honor
roll or honorable mention,
welcomes a new addition
to the family, gets a “big
one” hunting, writes a
wonderful story or poem,
goes camping with the
scouts, sells girl scout
cookies, raises money for
a good cause, participates
in a sport, reads the most
books in his/her class,
and all the other good
things in life. I like a positive attitude and positive
actions. So young people,
keep up the good work!
There are a lot of us out
there that are always looking and watching for your
good name to appear in all
the right places.
Quote of the Week:
In each loss there is a
gain. As in every gain
there is a loss. And with
each ending comes a new
beginning. Shao Lin
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for test results. Staff
can proceed without
delay. Dr. Stewart emphasized that Braxton
County Memorial Hospital is the only facility
to provide this level
of service for hospice
patients. Because of
Kim’s efforts in coordinating this process,
hospice patients receive care in a more
efficient manner.
Although Kim is
attributed with organizing this procedure
in conjunction with
Hospice Care, she
credits Julia Rose, Med
Surg Nurse Manager,
with helping accomplish the task. Kim
states, “I am only a
small part of the team
that worked to improve a system which
ultimately benefits our
hospice patients. Julia and the Med Surg
Nursing Staff as well
Laboratory personnel
were very instrumental in the successful
implementation of this
new process.”
Kim is an original
employee of Braxton
County Memorial Hospital. She and her husband of 34 years, John,
who teaches Social
Sciences at Braxton
County High School,
love caring for their
English Setters and
Beagles. Kim’s dedication to our patients
and her ability to work
with hospital staff and
outside agencies is truly an asset for BCMH,
for which we continue
to be grateful!
Please email your
news to me at Debra.
[email protected]
com or call me in the evenings at 304-853-2706.
My address is 855 Brown’s
Run Road, Burnsville, WV
26335. The news must
be submitted by Sunday
evening.
GASSAWAY
continued from pg. 6
Flatten chicken
slightly.
Salt and pepper
chicken.
Roll in flour, add to
skillet.
Cook and brown
until juices run clear,
about 10 minutes.
Remove from skillet.
Add to skillet 2
TBS butter, onions,
and garlic.
Cook 1 minute.
Add cream, cook
for 3 minutes until reduced a bit.
Add cheese, parsley, and red pepper
flakes. Stir well.
Add last 1 TBSP
butter and stir well.
Bring back chicken
and coat with sauce.
Place chicken on
plates, put fettuccine in
sauce and swirl around
to coat well.
Add to plate with
chicken.
For dessert, how
about Tyler Florence’s
Gooey, Decadent Chocolate Cake
2 1/2 cups cake
flour
1 1/2 teaspoons
baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 sticks unsalted butter, at room
temperature
2 cups granulated
sugar
3 1/2 ounces dark
chocolate, melted and
cooled
1 teaspoon vanilla
extract
2 eggs
1 1/2 cups cold
water
Raspberry liqueur,
such as Chambord, for
drizzling
Please turn to GASSAWAY
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Braxton Citizens’ News
February 5, 2013
• Youth
• Middle School
• High School
Reporting Braxton County’s sports action
Seven Eagles place in LKC wrestling
tournament; team finishes fifth
Finishing second
in their weight classes,
Ricky Hammon, 145,
and Lee Helmick, 160,
led the seven Eagles
wrestlers who placed in
the top four in the Little
Kanawha Conference
Wrestling Tournament
held Saturday at Wirt
County High.
In the champion-
ship bout, Hammon,
now 28-2, lost a 6-3
decision to Jake Tracewell of Williamstown.
Tracewell has a 33-5
record. Also in the championship bout, Clay’s
Tyler Stewart defeated Helmick, now 22-8.
Stewart is 36-4 for the
season.
Third place went to
Thorn Simon at 152. Simon pinned Luke Scott,
20-15, of Roane County
in the consolation finals.
Placing fourth were A.J.
Adkins, 120; James
Acord,132; Brandon
Raynor, 195; and Kaleb
Groves, 220.
Adkins
lost to Clay’s Zach Ahart
in the consolation finals
while Levi Gordon of
Calhoun defeated Acord
for third place.
In a close match,
Wirt County’s Caleb Ferguson decisioned Bandon Raynor 4-3 to put
Raynor in fourth place.
Caije Nichols of Roane
County pinned Kaleb
Groves in the consolation finals.
First place in the
Lady Knights win two, Dittman
in double figures for both games
The Lady Knights
varsity downed Richwood 38-12 and Glade
31-23 last week. Leading the team in scoring
for both games, Hannah
Dittman put in 10 points
against Richwood and
17 in the win over Glade.
Also in double figures for the Glade win,
Hollis Skidmore added
13 points.
Against Richwood,
Statistics: Lady Knights vs. Richwood
Player
Points Rebounds Steals
Hannah Dittman
Kendra Houghton
Logan Bragg
Abby Wilmoth
Hollis Skidmore
Nicoletta Bonazzo
AllieConley
Julia Foster
Braylee Woods
10
4
4
3
8
3
4
0
2
7
0
5
1
6
3
2
1
5
4
3
2
5
0
2
1
1
1
Statistics: Lady Knights vs. Glade
Player
Points Rebounds Steals
Hannah Dittman
Kendra Houghton
Logan Bragg
Abby Wilmoth
Hollis Skidmore
Nicoletta Bonazzo
Allie Conley
Braylee Woods
Julia Foster
17
1
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
8
3
2
2
8
4
4
2
0
4
2
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
Braxton took a 10-point
lead after the first quarter and held an 18-point
advantage at halftime.
A 10-4 third quarter
cinched the win for the
Knights.
Coach Lauri Spencer, calling the game “a
good win,” attributed
the wide margin of victory to the fact that
the girls “did a nice job
finding the open girl.”
She also commended
the defense for “a nice
job of anticipating their
passes.”
Looking at the
8-point win over Glade,
Spencer said, “I really
like the way each girl
was willing to do whatever the team needed
for the win.” The coach
added, “Our guards did
a great job of pressuring
the ball.”
In the Glade game,
the Knights trailed by
two at halftime but came
out in the third to outscore the visiting team
and take a lead going
into the fourth. In the
final period, Braxton
held a 3-point edge to
take the win.
The Lady Knights
have only two regularseason games left. Last
night, they hosted Richwood---both varsity and
jv, and Thursday night
the varsity will host
Geary.
GASSAWAY
continued from pg. 8
Nonstick cooking
spray
Chocolate Chip
Buttercream, recipe
follows
Dark chocolate
shavings, for decoration
Chocolate Chip
Buttercream:
3 cups powdered
sugar
7 tablespoons hot
water
4 ounces dark
chocolate, melted and
Lady Eagles Junior Varsity drops two
Poor shooting,
especially from the
foul line, contributed
heavily to the jv Lady
Eagles’ losses to Webster and Gilmer last
week. Webster won
32-28 in overtime
against Braxton, and
Gilmer defeated the jv
squad 38-25.
Coach Jerry
Frame, after commenting that his team
“got outhustled on the
floor in both games,”
added, “Even though
we were sluggish, we
could have won both
games from the foul
line.” Frame attributed the unusual lack of
aggressive play to the
fact that his squad
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“hadn’t played in almost two weeks” but
had no explanation
for the poor shooting
from the line. Braxton
went 6 for 15 against
Webster and 10 of 34
against Gilmer.
In Wednesday’s
game at Webster, the
Lady Highlanders
took a 10-2 first-quarter lead over the Lady
Eagles and led by six
at halftime. Braxton
came back in the second half with a 20-14
performance but lost
the game in overtime.
With 10 points, Tiara
Hunter led the Lady
Eagles’ scoring.
Kate Golinsky
scored 9 points to
lead Braxton in the
loss to the Lady Titans later in the week.
In that game, the
Turn your Valentine upside down
Eagles found themselves down by six
at halftime and saw
Gilmer’s lead widen
in the second half.
Looking at this game,
Coach Frame lamented the team’s poor
shooting. He said it
is “disheartening”
that the team “is this
far into the season
[and they still] aren’t
shooting from the field
any better than [they]
are.” He added, “We
shoot well in practice
but not in games.”
Last night the jv
squad had a home
game against Lincoln
and will play Webster here Wednesday.
There will be a conference consolation
game Thursday.
Little League
meeting set
The Braxton County
Little League will have
a meeting on Sunday,
February 10 beginning
at 6pm at the Holly Gray
Park meeting room. This
meeting is for all current
coaches and interested
coaches, parents, and
board members of T-Ball,
Softball, and Baseball. It
is very important that everyone attend this meeting so the season can be
started on time.
tournament went to Wirt
County, second to Clay,
and third to Calhoun.
With 98.50 points,
the Eagles placed fifth
among eleven teams. Of
his team’s performance,
head coach Sterling
Beane commented, “This
wasn’t a very good outing
for us, but we faced some
really tough competi-
tion.” Other teams competing included Ritchie,
Williamstown, Roane,
St. Marys, Ravenswood,
Tyler Consolidated, and
South Harrison.
Braxton’s matmen
will wrestle in the Grafton Duals Saturday. The
following weekend, they
will travel to Keyser for
regional competition.
Junior Varsity Lady
Knights defeat Richwood
Discussing her jv
team’s 28-22 win against
Richwood’s junior varsity last week, coach Lori
Dittman said, “We were
glad to come away with
the win.” Noting that
Richwood “did a nice job
of applying pressure the
entire game,” she added,
“We were able to play
with more confidence in
the second half.”
The jv squad trailed
the at halftime but came
back to outscore their
opponents 17-10 in the
second half. Leading the
scoring was Lilly Ware
with 8 points. Chandler
Posey added 6, Abby
Liston 5, Charley McMillion 1, Nikki Wayne
2, Bethany Riffle 4, and
Brianna Cunningham
2.
Braxton’s only jv
game this week was
against Richwood last
night.
cooled
2 teaspoons vanilla
extract
1/2 stick unsalted
butter, at room temperature
1/4 cup semisweet
dark chocolate, finely
chopped
Directions
In the bowl of an
electric mixer, dissolve
the powdered sugar and
water at low speed. Beat
in the dark chocolate
and vanilla. Add the
butter gradually in small
bits. Mix until everything
is completely incorporated. Using a spatula, fold
in the chopped chocolate
and give a final quick
spin.
Directions
Position an oven
rack in the center of the
oven and preheat the
oven to 350 degrees F.
In a large bowl, sift
together the flour, baking soda and salt; set
aside. In the bowl of an
electric mixer, cream the
butter and granulated
sugar until light and
fluffy. Add the cooled
chocolate and vanilla
and beat for 3 minutes
to incorporate. Beat in
the eggs one at a time.
Scrape down the sides
of the bowl and beat
for another 3 minutes.
Gradually mix in the
dry ingredients in three
batches, alternating
with the cold water.
Beat for 1 minute after
each addition to incorporate the ingredients.
Mix until the batter is
smooth.
Coat two 9-inch
round cake pans with
nonstick cooking spray.
Cut 2 circles of parchment paper to fit the
pan bottoms and place
them inside the pans;
then spray the paper
for added non-stick insurance. Pour the batter into the prepared
pans and smooth the
surface with a spatula;
the pans should be twothirds full. Bake for 30
to 35 minutes. The cake
is cooked when a toothpick inserted in the
center comes out clean
and the cake springs
back when touched.
Leave to cool for 40
minutes.
Turn the cakes out
of the pans and remove
the paper. Drizzle them
with a few tablespoons
of raspberry liqueur.
With a metal spatula,
spread 1/2 cup Chocolate Chip Buttercream
on top of one of the layers. Start in the center
and work your way out.
Carefully place the second layer on top. Smooth
the sides with buttercream, and then spread
the rest over the top so
that the cake is completely covered. Refrigerate for 5 minutes before
decorating or cutting.
With a large knife,
scrape some shavings
from a block of dark
chocolate. Scatter the
shavings over the cake.
Yummy!
Please keep the following friends and neighbors in your prayers;
Draiegen Rodriguez,
Rick Rose, Jeff Agee,
, Jimmy Stout, Debra
Schwab, Florence Warner, Jim Heater, Karen
Frame, Joe Agostino,
Barb Thompson, Tammie Gay, Tom Knight,
Kathryn Greenlief, Jeannie Nottingham, Janet
Gibson, and Arbutus
Lambert.
If you have news
you would like to share,
please email me at [email protected]
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Sympathy is extended to the families of
Marjorie Lorraine Duckworth, JoAnn Gawthrop,
Robert Edward Bee, Carolyn Jane Hedrick and
Betty Green Coffman.
Please keep them in your
prayers.
“One kind word
can warm three winter months.”- Japanese
proverb
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take care!
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Braxton Citizens’ News
February 5, 2013
• Youth
• Middle School
• High School
Reporting Braxton County’s sports action
Lady Eagles go 1-1 on week
After a 60-43 win at
Webster last Wednesday
night, the Lady Eagles saw
themselves outscored 4640 at Gilmer later in the
week. With two weeks of
regular-season play left,
Braxton has three games
this week. The following
week, they will host Lewis
County at the Armory for
Senior Night on Feb. 11.
Following a lackluster
6-6 first quarter against the
Lady Highlanders, the Lady
Eagles came out to score 28
points in the second quarter to take a commanding
lead into halftime. “I don’t
know what changed the
girls’ attitude, but they
came out really strong
in the second quarter to
build a substantial lead
going into the second half,”
head coach Keith Greene
said. In that second half,
the Lady Highlanders outscored Braxton 28-26 but
couldn’t make up the difference.
The Eagles shot 50
percent from the foul line
while the Highlanders were
21 of 36 in free throws.
Coach Greene pointed out
that almost half of Webster’s points came at the
line instead of from the
field. “Our girls play aggressive ball, and they do commit fouls,” he said, adding
“Webster shot well from the
line against us.”
Leading Braxton’s
scoring, Hunter Sodaro
poured in 25 points. Other
scoring in that game included Baylee Stewart with
3, Anne Golinsky 4, Caitlyn
Rhodes 5, Taylor Bragg 5,
Logan Frame 4, Jasmine
Valdivieso 4, Emily Harper 2, and Alyssa Riffle 9.
Greene pointed out that his
bench scored 20 points and
commented, “Any time you
Eagles Down Wirt, Lose to Webster
Going 1-1 last
week, the Eagles’ varsity squad defeated Wirt
57-52 in a home game
for Braxton but lost 5638 at Webster.
Eagles’ coach
Josh Lunceford commented that his team
“is shooting somewhat
better from the floor”
and added, “They shot
extremely well from the
line against Webster.”
Braxton made 42 percent of their two-point
attempts and made 79
percent of their free
throw attempts in the
Webster game.
The Eagles were up
by six at halftime and
led most of the game.
The only quarter they
lost was the fourth.
Coach Lunceford mentioned two players as
playing key roles in the
win.
“Trae Stout played
a really good ball game,”
the coach said. Stout
led the team’s scoring
with 18 points. He also
pointed out Greg Bly
“sank two free throws
late in the game to ice
the win.” Braxton was
up by three with 25
seconds to go when
Bly went to the line. He
made both shots.
The loss at Webster followed the Highlanders’ building a
10-point first quarter
lead. Braxton won the
second quarter, but
could not keep pace
with Webster through
the second half. With 12
points, McKinley Moore
led the Eagles’ scoring
at Webster.
Looking at the rest
of the season, Coach
Lunceford said, “We
should have some wins
coming to us since the
team is playing substantially better.” This
week, Braxton has three
conference games. Tonight the Eagles travel
to Wirt. Tomorrow night
they play Roane in a
game scheduled for 6
p.m., and they will host
Gilmer Friday night.
Eagles’ Individual Scoring against
Wirt and Webster:
Player
Derek Barnett
McKinley Moore
Danny Mosely
Austin Rhodes
Thomas Pritt
Greg Bly
Trae Stout
MAGISTRATE
continued from pg. 7
– DUI of drugs, pled
guilty assessed court
costs and fine, paid,
2 days jail with credit
for time served; concealed deadly weapon,
dismissed per plea
agreement, possession of hydrocodone,
pled guilty, assessed
court costs and fine,
2 days jail with credit
for time served, possession of controlled
substance lorazepam
an possession of marijuana less than 15
grams, dismissed
per plea agreement;
Shane Oneal Brantley of Sutton – failure to appear, pled
no contest, assessed
court costs, payment
schedule, 1 year unsupervised probation,
139 days jail with
credit for time served.
February 1: Michael L. Dobbins of
Frametown – worthless check, complainant Nottingham’s
Store, assessed
worthless check
fees, paid; Michael
L. Dobbins of Frametown – worthless
check, complainant
Nottingham’s Store,
assessed worthless
check fees, paid;
Christopher Sawyer
Andrews of Efland –
speeding, assessed
court costs and fine,
paid; Kenneth Earl
Pritt of Exchange –
possession of marijuana less than 15
grams, assessed
court costs and fine,
paid, 6 months probation; Maghal Forestry
LLC of Sand Fork
– worthless check,
complainant Kniceley
Insurance Agency ,
Points against Wirt
warrant issued; Carl
James Williams of
Sutton – speeding,
pled guilty, assessed
court costs and fine,
paid.
February 2: Robert Morgan of Sutton
Coach Green said, “The first
quarter, when we came up
with only two points, killed
us. We did have a turnaround in the second and
a decent third, but Gilmer
turned up the heat in the
fourth for the win.” Braxton’s coach mentioned that
Gilmer “also got second and
third shots in the fourth.”
With 12 rebounds,
Golinsky led the Lady Eagles, who pulled down a
total of 40 in the game.
On the other side of the
coin, Braxton committed 26
turnovers.
This week sees the
Lady Eagles, after a home
game against Lincoln last
night, hosting Webster
Wednesday night. The Webster game, Braxton’s coach
emphasized, is an important one since Webster is
a sectional opponent. On
Thursday, both the Braxton varsity and jv girls will
play in the LKC consolation
game, but the location had
not been decided at press
time. Senior Night is set for
Feb. 11.
Lady Eagles’ Individual Statistics Braxton vs. Gilmer
Player
Baylee Stewart
Hunter Sodaro
Anne Golinsky
Taylor Bragg
Caitlyn Rhodes
Logan Frame
Emily Harper
Alyssa Riffle
Points
9
10
9
2
5
2
3
0
Rebounds
1
8
12
3
9
0
6
1
Steals
0
2
1
0
1
0
1
0
Assists
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
Knights Go 1-1 on Week, Now 11-4
After going up 10-0
against Richwood, the
Knights went on to take
a 30-14 win in their first
game last week. “With that
strong start, we had no
problem leading throughout the game,” coach Gary
Rexroad said.
After Glade won 4742 against the Knights
later in the week, Coach
Rexroad said simply, “We
beat ourselves.” He went
on to explain that his team
“was up 15-6 at the end of
the first quarter but simply went cold.” The coach
also mentioned “poor foul
shooting,” citing a 7 for 18
performance at the line. He
did, however, say, “Glade
has a really good team with
only three losses on our
side of the conference” and
went on to note, “Our side
of the conference is evenly
matched so tournament
action should be competitive.”
The CWVAC tournament finals are set for the
Braxton County Armory
on Feb. 22-23. The first
round of the tournament
will be on Monday and
Tuesday, Feb. 18-19, but
those games will be played
at individual schools.
The Knights play Clay
tonight and Webster next
Tuesday night.
Knights’ Individual Scoring against Richwood and Glade:
Points against Webster
9
3
8
12
1
6
18
can get 20 points from your
bench, you’re doing well.”
The Lady Eagles led
at the end of three quarters against Gilmer later in
the week but found themselves losing as the Lady
Titans outscored them 2111 in the fourth quarter.
Thirteen of Gilmer’s 21
fourth-quarter points came
at the line. In that game,
the Eagles were 7 of 15 at
the free-throw line. Gilmer
made 18 of 29 free-throw
attempts.
Analyzing the loss,
8
12
3
7
0
2
6
– obstructing/resisting and officer and
trespassing/defying
order to leave, probable cause found;
Cindy S. Facemire of
Gassaway – destruction of property, prob-
Player
Points against Richwood
Tayton Stout
Cole Browning
Ben Fincham
Drew Taylor
Cam Long
Garrett Shingler
Payton Lockard
4
2
6
8
2
8
0
Points against Glade
6
4
16
7
1
4
4
able cause found; Joseph Ware of Napier
– possession of controlled substance, 2
counts obstructing
an officer; and public
intoxication, probable cause found.
Elk CD plant & tree sale
The Elk Conservation District is conducting a plant and
tree sale of the following items as a service to the residents of
Braxton, Clay, Nicholas and Webster counties: Yellow Transparent, Shizuka, Crimson
Gold, Summer Rambo
and Jonamac Apple
trees; Montmorency and Sandra Rose
Cherry trees; Loring
and John Boy II Peach
trees; Shenandoah and
Potomac Pear trees;
Arapaho Blackberry
plants, Heritage(Red)
and Jewell(Black)
Raspberry plants,
Surecrop Strawberry
plants, and Blue Ray
and Jersey Blueberry plants. Seedlings
available are: American Chestnut, Flowering Dogwood, Norway
Spruce, Scotch Pine
and White Pine.
Braxton Co.
Farm Bureau
meeting set
The Braxton County
Farm Bureau will meet on
February 12, 7:00 p.m. in
the Braxton County High
School Vo-Ag Classroom.
Rod Tolley will be discussing, “Getting Ready for
Retirement.” Mr. Tolley
will be talking about saving for retirement, and
strategies to have a financially secure retirement.
Quantities are
limited and will be sold
on a first-come firstserved basis. Please
call the ECD office at
304-364-5105 or email
[email protected] to obtain an order form. Or-
der deadline is March
15 and pick up will be
April 10 &11 at the locations designated on
the order form. There
will be a pick up location in all four counties.
Knights Junior
Varsity boys win two
The junior varsity Knights won 2316 over Richwood’s jv
last Monday night and
then took a 36-33 win
over Glade Thursday.
With 11 points
Heath Cottrill led Braxton’s scoring against
Richwood. Seth Arnold added 6 points,
Hunter Bush 4, and
Cody Dobbins 2.
Coach
Gary
Rexroad referred to
Thursday’s win over
Glade as “a really good
game.” He also noted
that, with one regu-
lar starter out for the
game, he started Josh
Wilt. “This was the
first time that Josh
had started, but he
stepped up and scored
11 points for us,” the
coach said. Also in
double figures against
Glade, Arnold scored
14 points. Cottrill had
5, Bush 4, and Brandon Johnson scored 2.
The jv squad has
only two remaining
games. This week they
play Clay and next
week they will take on
Webster.
West Virginia’s late season
hunting opportunities
Late winter presents
an often-overlooked opportunity for hunters in
the Mountain State, according to Jeff McCrady,
district wildlife biologist
with the West Virginia
Division of Natural Resources. Rabbit, grouse,
fox, bobcat and raccoon
are in season through the
end of February.
“For many
hunters, this is the most
enjoyable time to be
afield,” McCrady said.
“The holidays are long
past and people just seem
to have more time to get
outside and hunt.”
Please turn to GASSAWAY
page 9
In Memory of Dawn Hines Hacker
February 11, 1963-Sepember 29, 2012
You can shed tears that she is gone
Or you can smile because she has
lived
You can close your eyes and pray
that she will come back
Or you can open your eyes and see
all that she has left
Your heart can be empty because
you can’t see her
Or you can be full of the love
that you shared
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday
Or you can be happy for tomorrow
because of yesterday
You can remember her and
only that she is gone
Or you can cherish her memory
and let it live on
You can cry and close you mind, be
empty and turn your back
Or you can do what she would want:
smile, open your eyes, love
and go on.
Love and Miss you, Mom
Braxton County, WV
Boggs family announces birth of son
Gary, Salena and big
sister Skylar Marie Boggs
are very proud to announce the birth of Gary
Joe Boggs III. He was born
at 1:16pm on December
26h, 2012 at Women’s
and Children’s Hospital
in Charleston. He weighed
8 lbs. 6 oz. and was 19 ½
inches long.
Baby Gary was welcomed home by many
excited loved ones. His
paternal grandparents
are Billy and Joe Boggs of
Sutton, Audrey and dave
Modesitt of Parkrsburg.
Great-Grandparents are
Mary Yates Boggs of Nashville, TN and Richard and
Ruby Payne of Sissonville,
and Shirley Squires of
Sutton.
Gary was named
for his late great-grandfather Gary Joe Boggs,
Billy’s dad. His maternal
Citizens’
NEWS
Grandparents are Maureen Boggs and Papa John
Kuhl of Gassaway, and
Great-Grandmother Cecillia Mowery of Waterville,
ME. Paternal Aunts and
Uncles are Jason Payne,
Heather Storey, and Sam
Boggs. Maternal Aunts
and Uncles are Lindi
Campbell, Sarah Stump,
Megan Stump, Pamela
Brown, Levi Johnson, and
Dylan Johnson.
Gary Joe Boggs III
GSC hosting 2013 ‘Wear
Red Day’ luncheon
Local residents are American Heart Asso- of ‘Wear Red Day.’ The
invited to join Glenville ciation for the 10th an- GSC campus will be the
State College and the niversary celebration site of a free ‘Wear Red
Day’ Luncheon on Tuesday, February 26th at
12:00 p.m. in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom. The event will
Sportsmen are re- the close of their respec- be one of many schedminded that various trap- tive seasons. Trappers, uled around the state
ping seasons and small hunters and fur dealers and the nation to raise
game hunting seasons will are reminded that furs awareness about heart
end soon, according to the shipped out of West Vir- disease which is the
West Virginia Division of ginia must have a fur number killer of women
Natural Resources.
shipping tag, which is in America.
The trapping season available at Division of
The guest speakers
for fisher ends on Janu- Natural Resources district for the luncheon will be
ary 31, 2013. The hunting offices and most game Tony Leach and Betsy
and trapping seasons for checking stations.
Thornton from the West
red and gray fox, bobAlso, anyone who Virginia Cardiovascular
cat and raccoon will end plans to sell an otter or Health Program. They
on February 28, 2013. bobcat pelt outside of will be talking about the
The trapping seasons for West Virginia should ob- CDC’s newest initiative,
coyote, otter, mink and tain a CITES seal for each ‘Million Hearts,’ whose
muskrat will also end on pelt. All otter and bobcat goal is to reduce one
February 28, 2013. Trap- pelts, usually exported million heart attacks
ping season for beaver from the United States by and strokes over the
will be in until March 31, licensed fur buyers, must next five years.
2013. Beaver trappers are have a CITES seal from
The annual GSC
reminded that it is illegal the state where the animal ‘Wear Red Day’ lunto set traps during the was harvested.
cheon is free and open
month of March for beaver
The public is remind- to the public. Advance
unless those traps are in ed that now, before the reservations are rewater. Trappers should be trapping season ends, quested to help with
aware that it is illegal to would be a good time to food preparation and
set traps or leave traps set deal with nuisance musk- seating arrangements.
after noon on the last day rat or beaver problems.
For more informaof the respective season. Trappers may be more tion about the event
All beaver, bobcat, likely to assist landown- or to make a reservaotter and fisher pelts are ers with nuisance prob- tion, contact Williams
required to be checked at lems while their gear is in at [email protected]
an official game checking working order and pelts glenville.edu or (304)
station within 30 days of are prime.
462-6430.
Trapping and hunting
seasons end soon
WVDNR Seeks Paintings
for 2014 Wildlife Calendar
The West Virginia
Division of Natural Resources is requesting
original wildlife art for
the 2014 edition of the
award-winning Wildlife
Calendar, according to
WVDNR Wildlife Resources Section Chief Curtis I.
Taylor. The deadline for
submitting artwork is
February 18, 2013.
An electronic image
of each entry capable of
BCHS 1973
graduates
There will be a planning meeting for an interested BCHS 1973 graduates for our 40th reunion
on February 4th in the
community room of the
Mountaineer Food Bank
at 7:00 pm. If unable to
attend, any ideas or suggestions are still welcome.
Call Marilyn Williams at
304-904-3743 or Carol
Jamison at 304-765-5726
or Debbie Holcomb at
304-765-2630.
being sized at 14½ inches
wide by 11½ inches high
at 300 dpi is preferred,
but a lower resolution
image or 35-mm color
slide will be accepted.
Artists may send in multiple entries.
Paintings may depict popular game and
fish species, or feature
the state’s lesser-known
animals such as snakes,
frogs, turtles, salamanders, bats, songbirds,
small mammals and nongame fish.
Artists are reminded
that the calendar format
is horizontal, with measurements of 14 inches
wide by 11 inches high,
and should keep this ratio in mind when creating
paintings. Paintings not
chosen in previous years
may be resubmitted.
“Just because the
artwork is not selected
one year doesn’t mean
it will not be selected in
the future,” said Taylor.
“Often, there are several
submissions of a particu-
lar species and only one
can be used in a given
year.
“We encourage all
artists, especially those
from West Virginia, to
submit their work,” said
Taylor. A $100 prize is
awarded for each painting chosen, with $500
going to the artist whose
artwork is picked for
the cover. Paintings are
chosen based on overall
composition and quality, along with anatomical and contextual accuracy. The quality of
the electronic image or
submitted slide is very
important for judging the
artwork.
To obtain 2014 calendar art rules or to
purchase a 2013 calendar, please contact the
West Virginia Division
of Natural Resources,
Wildlife Calendar Art,
P.O. Box 67, Elkins, WV
26241, phone 304-6370245. Electronic images
should be emailed to:
[email protected]
Febuary 5, 2013 Page 11
The day that I enrolled for classes my
freshman year of high
school changed my life.
That might seem like a
pretty dramatic statement but it is true. That
is the day a mustached
man asked me, ‘Brad
how is your dad getting
along?’ That man was
John Frazier.
Mr. Frazier is
a teacher at Braxton
County High School,
walking text book of
local history, avid outdoorsman and overall
great guy. The entire
four years of high school
this man played a role in
my life that helped keep
me in the woods and on
trout streams instead of
getting into trouble. I
will be grateful to him as
long as I have my right
mind. Mr. Frazier, or as
I called him, ‘Fraz’, never
had any kids of his own.
That fact, along with
the fact he had summers free as a teacher,
allowed him to basically
take me to raise over the
summer from the time I
was 16 until I was about
25. Though the man is
a fantastic instructor
in a school; he taught
me so much more in
the classrooms on Slaty
Fork, Williams River and
the hollows of Lewis and
Braxton County.
I have always loved
dogs. The only dogs my
parents had when I was
a kid were nothing but
pets. They were a variety of breeds but that is
all they were, just pets.
One breed that I was always particularly fond of
was the beagle. I knew
they were hunting dogs
but I never had a ‘rabbit
beagle’. Fraz had a few
of them and took me rabbit hunting with him. It
fascinated me how that
dog could put its nose
on the ground and know
when a rabbit had been
there and if it was recent
enough to be worth pursuing. The two of us put
hundreds of miles on his
vehicles going from one
brush covered hollow to
another. Again, being
the constant teacher,
Fraz was always telling
me how beagles worked.
He would explain to me
the differences in things
they all specialized in
and how a pack was
like a family and they
were always working
together with one goal
in common. It always
fascinated me how he
could have so much passion for those tri colored
yodelers and what they
did. That is until I got
my first rabbit beagle.
Toby, as my mom
named him, was purchased from JC Wayne
around the middle of
March the year 2000.
He was a clumsy, long
legged ball of black white
and tan fur. The minute I laid eyes on him I
knew he was the one for
me. He was your typical
tri-colored beagle with a
white blaze between his
eyes and the rest of his
cinder block like head
covered with red. I paid
Mr. Wayne the $50 and
I drove off with my dog.
This began a relationship
that lasted up until the
time I got married, my
son was born and then
some. Mr. Frazier guided
me in taking this big
goofy puppy that I loved
so much into a dog that
loved to chase cotton
tails. Watching this process is the greatest joy
for me in having a beagle.
Every beagle I have ever
seen that is worth his/
her salt, whole heartedly
believes that every bird
on a brush pile or dragon
fly on a limb is really a
rabbit in disguise.
That puppy of mine
finally developed into
quite the rabbit runner.
There is no way to count
the rabbits that dog actually chased but I know
it was in the thousands.
Around the age of 4, Toby
did something that many
hunters will never have
the privilege of seeing.
My dad, my brotherin-law Mike Loving and I
were again at that all too
familiar farm in Heaters
that belonged to Morrison Clark. It was one
of those days in February that reminds you
that spring is not too far
away. It was sunny and
beautiful. There was not
a cloud in the bright blue
sky and the high that day
was right around 55.
The snow that was
left over was on its last
leg in the deepest shaded
hollows. The three of us
were making plans as
to what our next move
would be when my female
beagle, Trixie, let rip her
famous ‘yyyyoooooooooo’
bawl as she had once
again found a track she
deemed warm enough to
pursue. Toby chimed in
and the chase was on.
Follow me for just one
minute as I do my best to
give you a crash course
on rabbit hunting. The
‘jump’ is the spot the
rabbit is sitting when the
dogs find him and begin
to chase him. The dogs
do not chase the rabbit
by sight (at least not far)
but by scent. The rabbit
naturally will run in a
circle. For that reason,
the hunter should go to
the jump spot as the rabbit will be back by there.
The beagle that is chasing the rabbit will give
you an idea as to where
he/she is at by ‘striking’
or barking on the track.
Depending on the speed
of your hound, you will
have a real good idea
where the rabbit is by
listening to the striking.
Toby was fairly fast on
the track and because
of that, the rabbit had
very little time for sitting
around. The area where
the chase was occurring
was on a brushy hillside
and the three of us were
spread out in a row in
an attempt to see the
greatest amount of territory. A sudden boom
from Mike’s shotgun
and the chase was over.
The work however was
just about to begin. The
spot Mike had taken the
shot in was one of the
thickest patches of green
briars and blackberry
briars grown together I
have ever seen. Someone had to go in after it
and it was not gonna be
me. I trained the dogs.
I fed them. I was not
about to fight through
those cursed thorns.
Dad and Mike stood debating and after a couple
minutes Dad decided
he would go in. Just as
Dad had taken a step or
two into the thicket, my
beagles emerged from it
a few steps behind him.
Toby had picked that
rabbit up and was bringing it to my hand. I have
heard people say, ‘I saw
it but I didn’t believe it’,
but I really did see it, I
just did not believe it. He
strutted down that path
with his head held high
making the proudest
gate I had ever seen. The
sun was hitting right on
him and his coat shined
like a new penny. It really was a scene out of a
movie. I kneeled down
and took it from him and
commenced to tell him
how great he was and
what a good boy and just
how proud I was of him.
The rest of that day, a
fat boy floated about a
foot off the ground out
of sheer pride.
If I had a nickel for
every rabbit that dog
brought to my hand after
that I could buy a nice
pair of hunting boots.
I lost my Toby the 29th
of November, 2011 after
a bout with cancer. He
has been gone over a
year and here I sit, typing a story about him
with tears streaming
down my face. I may
never have another rabbit dog like ole Toby
again and honestly, I
am fine with that. The
part that I am not fine
with is knowing that no
matter how long I live, I
will never have another
friend like that.
HUNTING
a rabbit or a field mouse
work well to attract fox,
bobcat and coyote this
time of year. While predators may be a little easier
to call in during February,
hunters still need to be
mindful of wind direction
and remain well hidden
to increase their success.
“With all of
West Virginia’s late season hunting opportunities, there is no reason
for a case of cabin fever,”
McCrady said. “Success
can’t be guaranteed, but
fresh air and exercise are
certainly available this
time of year.”
Tales from
the brush…
By Brad Shingler
continued from pg. 10
February can be a
great time for the serious rabbit hunter. There
is less vegetation to obscure vision, the ground
is usually damp enough
to hold scent well and
the weather is generally
cool enough to keep the
beagles from getting overheated. Grouse hunters
enjoy late season outings
for the same reasons. The
final weeks of February
will be the last chance to
hunt with their dogs until
next fall.
Raccoons are
generally not very active
during cold, winter nights;
however, a warm spell
can change everything. As
the harsh winter weather
begins to diminish and
the days become longer,
raccoons become more
active. Raccoon hunters
should remain vigilant
through the end of the
season.
Predators,
such as fox, bobcat and
coyote, are susceptible
to varmint calls during
the winter months. The
imitated distress cries of
Handgun Safety
Training Class
Meets all requirements for obtaining
Concealed Weapons Permits
Sunday, February 10
1 to 3 P.M.
Holly Gray Park
(Little League Building)
Tuition Cost: $40 per person
Students must provide their own handgun,
ammunition, eye & ear protection
Must be 18 years of age & no felony convictions.
Call John David Jordan 765-7173 to register
Class size limited to first 40 applicants
MSTA Instructors are certified through the
Governor’s Committee.
Citizens’
NEWS
Page 12 Febuary 5, 2013
Braxton County, WV
Braxton County Middle School announces honor roll
The Braxton county
Middle School is proud to
release the names of the
following students who
have received awards for
Honor Roll. The students
who have received a 4.00
in the seventh grade
are Taylor Armstrong,
Seth Arnold, Grace
Belknap, Robert Boyce,
Brandon Browing, Rachel Browning, Luke
Campbell, Jeraiah Cayton, Ian Conley, Heath
Cottrill, Dylan Crosby,
Dylan Dennison, Hunter
Drake, Jacob Ellis, Noah
Facemire, Timothy Harman, Michael Hawks,
Kassidy Heavner, KC
Hoard, Alexis James,
Drina Kearns, Lee Kuhl,
Megan Lamb, Sarah
Lane, Hunter Lemon,
Abigail Liston, Christopher Lockard, Elizabeth
McLaughlin, Charley McMillion, Hannah Moore,
Kain Napier, Savannah
Payne, Madison Ramsey,
Addie Rodebaugh, Hannah Rose, Logan Rose,
Garrett Shingler, Tayton
Stout, Jordan Tyo, Morgan Utt, Anthony Veltre,
Gage Vincent, Nicole
Wayne, Oliva Wayne,
Brentney Wilmoth. The
students who received
a GPA between 3.9 and
a 3.0 seventh grade are
Allyson Sutphin, Jacob
Beckett, Amber Belknap,
Ronica Cadle, Merleen
Campbell, Leland Carr,
Sophia Chieffo, Brianna Cunningham, Katellynn Fincham, Amber
Frame, Troy Heater, Angela Hefner, Lauryn Jarvis, Brandon Johnson,
Brooklyn Knight, Chelsie
McCumbers, Clayton
Patterson, Lexi Pletcher,
Haley Sartin, Caleb Skidmore, Benjamin Stanley, Mary Stewart, Megan Cunningham, Jodi
Landy, Quentin Losh,
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ensure that you get all
the tax credits and deductions you may qualify to
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the taxpayer; and
North Central WV
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calling 304-5023434.
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Page 9
Braxton
Citizens’
NEWS
February 5, 2013
Section
2
Special Look
at Braxton County
Rotary Club provides dictionaries to county’s third graders
The Braxton County Rotary Club recently
completed their annual
county wide dictionary
project. For the past several years the local civic
organization has provided a personal diction-
ary to every third grade
student in the Braxton
County School system.
The books are used in
their various class room
projects before the students are allow to take
the books home with
them.
“These dictionaries
were part of a Rotary
District 7530 project a
number of years ago that
our club participated in,”
explained organization
president Eddie Williams.
“Our club members found
the project so positive for
the children that we have
continued to provide every third grade student in
the county a dictionary
Pat McPherson’s 3rd grade class at Little Birch Elementary receives their
individual dictionaries from Braxton County Rotary member, Lee Fisher.
The Braxton Rotary Club’s annual project provides a
dictionary to every third grade class member in the
six elementary schools in the county. (Top) Sutton
Elementary is shown with their new dictionaries. (Left
and Below) Flatwoods had two classes that where a part
of the project.
Students at Davis Elementary school where very happy to get their
new dictionaries.
Frametown’s Lauri Spencer’s 3rd grade class recuved their dictionaries from Tammy Brown’s 3rd grade class at Burnsville Elementary School
Rotarian Dave McChesney
Braxton County WIC office to moved to Gassaway
Braxton County WIC,
the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for
Women, Infants and Children, has relocated their
office to better serve the
needs of the community.
This move comes after
serving the community for
the past 19 years, out of
the former office adjacent
to the Braxton County
Health Department. The
newly remodeled office is
centrally located on Enterprise Drive in Gassaway,
behind Pizza Hut and
beside The Works Salon
& Spa. This new facility
offers WIC participants
and their families a more
spacious, welcoming environment to receive quality
nutrition and breastfeeding counseling and education; as well as health
monitoring and nutritious
foods.
“We are very excited
about the changes that
are taking place within
the WIC Program, and are
looking forward to providing the same quality service to our clients in our
new modern facility,” April
Lloyd, Central WV WIC
Program Director stated.
The WIC Program
provides nutrition and
health education as well
as other services free of
charge to pregnant women, postpartum women,
infants and children up to
the age of five. Providing
you with basic, healthy
food assures that your
family is getting the nutrition needed during critical
times of growth and development.
Foods such as milk,
cheese, eggs, juice, peanut butter, cereal, infant
foods, fresh fruits and
fresh vegetables are made
available for your family.
WIC is for all kinds
of families: married and
single parents, working or
not working. If you are a
father, mother, grandparent, foster parent, or other
legal guardian of a child
under five, you can apply
for WIC.
For more information
about the WIC Program or
to schedule an appoint-
ment, contact the WIC Office by phone at 304-3648778, visit us on online
at http://ons.wvdhhr.
org/, or stop in the office
at 537 Enterprise Drive,
Gassaway, WV.
The office is open
Tues, Thursday, and Friday between the hours of
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. WIC
is an equal opportunity
employer and provider.
LEGAL NOTICES
Page 14, Braxton Citizens’ News, February 5, 2013
Advertisement MR-34-BR
Notice is hereby given that Brooks
Run Mining Company, LLC, 25 Little
Birch Road, Sutton, WV 26601
has submitted an application for
the reissuance of Article 11/WVNPDES Permit No. WV0050920 to
the Department of Environmental
Protection, 105 S. Railroad Street,
Phillipi, WV 26416-1150 in order to
maintain and monitor a haulroad
and abandoned deep mine in the
Lower Kittanning seam/mineral
bed. The operation will discharge
treated storm water into an unnamed tributary of/and Right Fork
of Little Birch of Birch River of Elk
River and is located 4.0 miles,
West of Erbacon, in Holly District
of Braxton County, Longitude 80º
38’ 34.0000” and Latitude 38º 32’
42.0000” (coordinates from USGS
Topographic Map).
The Department of Environmental
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000091 Braxton County
- To: FREDERICK LOYD, M.A.
LOYD HEIRS BRAXTON COUNTY, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors,
assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that JOHN
MEADOWS, the purchaser of the
tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000091, 4/5 OF 108AC OG
WTS CEDAR, located in OTTER,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of LOYD M A HRS, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$115.74
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$20.46
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$700.18
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$836.38
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-5
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000115 Braxton County
- To: BETTY P. ROBINSON, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that VINSON
ROBINSON, the purchaser of the
tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000115, KANAWHA TRACE
RUN ¼ OF 2.48AC, located in
SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of ROBINSON BETTTY P, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
Protection is seeking information
on private surface water intakes for
human consumption located in the
above listed receiving streams and
located down stream of this operation. Please provide your name,
phone number, mailing address, the
name of the stream being with the
intake, and the physical location of
the intake. This information needs
to be submitted to the address
above.
An anti-degradation review has
been conducted. Tier 1 protection is
afforded because the effluent limitations ensure compliance with water
quality criteria for all designated
uses. Where applicable, a full Tier
2 anti-degradation review has been
conducted.
Comments on the Article 11 WV/
NPDES application or requests
for a public hearing regarding the
Article 11/WVNPDES application
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$2.36
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$538.16
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$636.68
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-5
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000100 Braxton County
- To: ERNEST STOUT, PAULINE
SHAW, STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA BY BRAXTON COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that SMITH
CRAIG, the purchaser of the
tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000100, CHEMICAL TOWN
33453 SQ FT 74.5 X 218 X 210
X 137 X 147, located in OTTER,
which was returned delinquent
in the name of SHAW PAULINE
&/OR ERNEST STOUT, and for
which the tax lien(s) thereon was
sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$246.87
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
shall be in writing and if a public
hearing is requested shall state the
nature of the issues proposed to be
raised in the hearing. Such written
comments or requests should be
sent to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) at the
address above and must also reference the Article 11/NPDES permit
number shown above. Comments
received by March 7, 2013, or thirty
(30) days from date of publication,
will be considered. A copy of the
Article 11/WVNPDES application,
draft permit, rational page, and fact
sheet (if required) will be available
for inspection and obtaining copies
during normal business hours at the
DEP Regional Office located at the
address above.
DEP Telephone No. 304-457-3219
Ar ticle 11/NPDES Per mit No.
WV0050920
2-5
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$143.33
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$527.40
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$917.60
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-5
Notice
The Town of Flatwoods has an
opening for a part time municipal
clerk. The duties include working
for the municipal judge at court
on Saturday every 6 weeks as
well as coming into the office on
posted hours through the week.
Applications for this job will be
taken through February 15, 2013.
Please send your resume to Town
of Flatwoods, P.O. Box 52, Flatwoods, WV.
2-5
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000111 Braxton County
- To: JIMMY L. GUMM, CAROLYN S. GUMM, CITIFINANCIAL
INC, CITIFINANCIAL INC C/O
CT CORPORATION SYSTEM,
CITIFINANCIAL INC, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that ROBERT
PIERSON, the purchaser of the
tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000111, .75AC HEATERS,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
GUMM JIMMY L &/OR CAROLYN
S, and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$147.46
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$84.38
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$633.73
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$865.57
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-12
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000074 Braxton County
- To: DARRELL E. WILSON, DARRELL E. WILSON, DARRELL E.
WILSON, BARBARA L. WILSON
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF DARRELL EUGENE
WILSON, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that WILBUR
HAROLD HOARD, the purchaser
of the tax lien(s) on the following
real estate, Certificate of Sale:
2011-S-00000074, .74AC LITTLE
BIRCH RIVER, located in HOLLY,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of WILSON DARRELL
E, and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$128.09
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$71.59
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$727.45
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$927.13
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
BRAXTON COUNTY, WEST
VIRGINIA
Black Land Management, Inc.,
an Ohio corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
Civil Action No.: 12-C-042
Honorable Richard Facemire, Judge
Ronald W. Ggoodwin, Individually
and as Executor
of the Estate of Wilma Ruth Goodwin;
Richard Benson; Matthew Benson;
Worthy Preston Shock, or his
unknown
heirs or successors; Ora Summers
Boggs Shock,
or her unknown heirs or successors;
Hallie L. Beall, or her unknown
heirs or successors; and John I.
Bender,
or his unknown heirs or successors,
Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
The object of this action is to quiet
title to the real property located
in Braxton County, West Virginia,
more fully described as follows:
“A tract of land containing 125
acres, more or less, situate on
what is known as Boggs Run or
Ice Run, a tributary of the Little
Kanawha River in Braxton County,
West Virginia, known as the Arnold
Tract, adjoining lands now or formerly owned by M. C. Holden, J. B.
Bodkin, and others, and being the
same tract or parcel of land conveyed to B. F. Whitescarver by Ora
Shock, Trustee for Worthy Preston
Shock, by deed dated the 7th day of
October, 1952, and now of record
in the Office of the Clerk of the
County Court of Braxton County,
West Virginia, in Deed Book No.
241, at page 62.”
It appearing by Affidavit filed in
this action that the Plaintiff has
used due diligence to ascertain the
residence or whereabouts of the
named Defendants without success and that there are or may be
persons, other than those named
as Defendants, interested in the
subject matter of this action whose
names are unknown to the Plaintiff
and who are made Defendants by
the general description of unknown
defendants, that are, person/parties unknown.
It is ordered that each of them
serve upon the Plaintiff’s counsel,
Leslie Dillon, whose address is
Post Office Box 1791, Charleston,
West Virginia 25326, an Answer
including any related counterclaim,
or other defense to the Complaint
filed in this action on or before the
8th day of March, 2013, otherwise
judgment by default will be taken
against them at any time thereafter.
A copy of this Complaint can be
obtained from the undersigned
Clerk at her Office. Enter by the
Clerk of said Court this 7th day of
January, 2013.
Susan Lemon,
Clerk of Court
By: T. Huffman
2-12
ADVERTISEMENT MR-34-BR
Notice is hereby given that Brooks
Run Mining Company, LLC, 25 Little Birch Road, Sutton, WV 26601
has submitted an application for
the reissuance of Article 11/WVNPDES Permit No. WV0050920 to
the Department of Environmental
Protection, 105 S. Railroad Street,
Phillipi, WV 26416-1150 in order to
maintain and monitor a haulroad
and abandoned deep mine in the
Lower Kittanning seam/mineral
bed. The operation will discharge
treated storm water into an unnamed tributary of/and Right Fork
of Little Birch of Birch River of Elk
River and is located 4.0 miles,
West of Erbacon, in Holly District
of Braxton County, Longitude 80º
38’ 34.0000” and Latitude 38º 32’
42.0000” (coordinates from USGS
Topographic Map).
The Department of Environmental
Protection is seeking information
on private surface water intakes for
human consumption located in the
above listed receiving streams and
located down stream of this operation. Please provide your name,
phone number, mailing address,
the name of the stream being with
the intake, and the physical location of the intake. This information
needs to be submitted to the address above.
An anti-degradation review has
been conducted. Tier 1 protection
is afforded because the effluent
limitations ensure compliance with
water quality criteria for all designated uses. Where applicable, a
full Tier 2 anti-degradation review
has been conducted.
Comments on the Article 11 WV/
NPDES application or requests
for a public hearing regarding the
Article 11/WVNPDES application
shall be in writing and if a public
hearing is requested shall state the
nature of the issues proposed to be
raised in the hearing. Such written
comments or requests should be
sent to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) at the address above and must also reference the Article 11/NPDES permit
number shown above. Comments
received by March 7, 2013, or thirty
(30) days from date of publication,
will be considered. A copy of the
Article 11/WVNPDES application,
draft permit, rational page, and fact
sheet (if required) will be available
for inspection and obtaining copies
during normal business hours at
the DEP Regional Office located
at the address above.
DEP Telephone No. 304-457-3219
Ar ticle 11/NPDES Permit No.
WV0050920
2-5
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000001 Braxton County
- To: BONNIE DALTON ADAMS,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF W. L.
J. JOHNSON, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000001, OG ½
OF ½ OF 115AC BIRCH, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of ADAMS
BONNIE DALTON, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$2.36
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$435.43
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000128 Braxton County
- To: LAWRENCE O. WEST HEIRS
C/O PEGGY CALABRESE, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF LAWRENCE O. WEST, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000128, 1/30
OF ½ 115.42AC GAS KANAWHA,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
WEST LAWRENCE O HEIRS, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000124 Braxton County
- To: LAWRENCE O. WEST HEIRS
C/O PEGGY CALABRESE, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF LAWRENCE O. WEST, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000124, 1/30
OF ½ 3AC OG COPEN, located
in SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of WEST
LAWRENCE O HEIRS, and for
which the tax lien(s) thereon was
sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
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LEGAL NOTICES
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Continued from LEGALS
Page 14
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000053 Braxton County
- To: FRANZ S. WORKMAN, IV,
CAROLE I. WORKMAN, CAITLIN E. WORKMAN, PATRICIA L.
WORKMAN, DANIEL L. WORKMAN, LEE D. WORKMAN, EMILY
C. WORKMAN, AGNES DAVIS,
K.B. DAVIS C/O BERTUS FERREIRA, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000053,
½ OF 207AC O & G BOWLING
GREEN, located in HOLLY, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of DAVIs K B, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$120.01
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$57.04
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$381.89
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$558.94
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000109 Braxton County
- To: MICHAEL FOBARE, MICHAEL FOBARE, JESSICA FOBARE, JESSICA FOBARE, JEREMY KROLL, JEREMY KROLL,
GWENDOLYN KROLL, GWENDOLYN KROLL, RITA MASON,
RITA MASON, JOHN KROLL,
JOHN KROLL, JUDITH KROLL,
JUDITH KROLL, OCCUPANT,
WEST VIRGINIA STATE TAX
DEPARTMENT BANKRUPTCY
UNIT/SPECIAL PROCEDURES,
IRS ADVISORY GROUP, or heirs
at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns,
all unknown heirs, guardians,
conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that CI HOLDING LLC, the purchaser of the
tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000109, 1AC KANAWHA,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
FORBARE MICHAEL &/OR, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$470.36
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$353.30
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$904.70
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$1,728.36
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000022 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000022, ½
OF 230AC COG SHOCKS MILL
RUN, located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$129.38
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$73.45
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$557.73
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000054 Braxton County
- To: AGNES DAVIS, K.B. DAVIS
C/O GERTUS FERREIRA, or heirs
at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns,
all unknown heirs, guardians,
conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000054, ½ OF
72AC O&G TWO LICK, located
in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of DAVIS
K B, and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26 th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$102.75
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$26.79
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$475.44
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Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000029 Braxton County - To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000029, OG
¼ OF 48.81, located in BIRCH,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of HALL WILLIAM N, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.60
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.94
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$467.44
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000031 Braxton County
- To: L.T. HARVEY C/O IRENE
CLISE, L.T. HARVEY C/O KELLI
MURRAY, IRENE MARGARET
CLISE, DR. GEORGIA MONIQUE
MOKHA, HARVEY GIVEN, BRIAN
H. DULANEY, DR. JOHN T. DULANEY, ELIZABETH ANN FORET,
BABE K. SHORT, BABE SHORT,
KAREN S. SHORT, RONNIE LEE
SHORT, DIANE SHORT MUSSANO, JERALD D. HOOVER,
JERALD D. HOOVER, ROBIN
RENEE CLENDENIN, LESLIE
ANN HOVER, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF MACIE SHARRON
HOOVER or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000031, OG
½ OF 75 AC BIG RUN, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HARVEY L T, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$103.18
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$27.52
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$453.86
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or cer-
tified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$584.56
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000032 Braxton County
- To: ROMIE JONES HEIRS C/O
MARY L. KITTENGER, ARLIE
JONES, MELVIN JONES, LUCILLE JONES, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000032, COG
1/24 OF 33 AC WEST FORK,
located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of JONES ROMIE HRS, and for
which the tax lien(s) thereon was
sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000034 Braxton County
- To: EDWARD C. KNOTTS, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000034, 1/8 OF
72AC COG WEST FORK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of KNOTTS
EDWARD C., and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$105.10
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$26.08
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$468.09
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000093 Braxton County
- To: VAL MAY C/O FREDDIE G.
MAY, RETA MAY C/O FREDDIE G.
MAY, FREDDIE G. MAY, SHIRLEY
MAY ARMSTRONG, RITA C. MAY
(MARSHALL MANOR), EDISON
MAY, MARY MAY BRANDT, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000093, 1/90
OF 65AC ALL MINS CROOKED
FORK, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of MAY VAL & RETA, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$390.88
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$502.22
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000064 Braxton County
- To: BERT MARLOW C/O JAMES
M. HALSTEAD, WALTER MARLOW, BERT MARLOW, RUSSELL
MARLOW, MINNIE SPRING,
REVA BATDORFF, CLARA EVANS, NELLE PERKINS, or heirs
at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns,
all unknown heirs, guardians,
conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000064, 2/3 OF
100AC O&G KANAWHA, located
in HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of MARLOW
BERT ET AL, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$110.64
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$40.57
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$488.12
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charles-
ton, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000069 Braxton County
- To: POND FORK OIL & GAS
COMPANY, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000069,
¼ OF 1755.64AC O&G L BIRCH,
located in HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of
POND FORK OIL & GAS CO, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$205.79
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$207.54
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$366.70
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$780.03
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000081 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM
N. HALL, WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000081, 1/8
OF 77AC OG WESTFALL FORK,
located in OTTER, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000101 Braxton County
- To: RICHARD A. STEWART,
JOETTA JANE STEWART, WEST
VIRGINIA STATE TAX DEPARTMENT, BANKRUPTCY UNIT/
SPECIAL PROCEDURES, or heirs
at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns,
all unknown heirs, guardians,
Continued to LEGALS
Page 16
LEGAL NOTICES
Page 16, Braxton Citizens’ News, February 5, 2013
Continued from LEGALS
Page 15
conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000101,
6.08AC RUSH FORK, located in
OTTER, which was returned delinquent in the name of STEWART
RICHARD A &/OR JOETTA, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$114.05
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$49.93
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$518.88
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000121 Braxton County
- To: J.M. STUTLER HEIRS C/O
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, J.M.
STUTLER HEIRS C/O JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W.
STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER,
BONNIE BELLE JOHNSON,
GLENDA BERNICE ANCELL FLEMEY, JAMES WILLIAM ANCELL,
JANET M. STUTLER, BARRY
STUTLER, DIANE STUTLER,
CHARLES STUTLER, BRUCE
STUTLER, DEBORAH LYNN
H O LT, PAU L I N E S T U T L E R
JONES, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF GRACE M. MCCULLOUGH,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
ERMA BACHELOR FOUTS, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF GERTRUDE L. RHUSTORFER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SANDFORD ROSCOE STUTLER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WAILTER
S. STUTLER, ANY UKNOWN
HEIRS OF JACOB BRUCE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JAMES M. STUTLER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000121, 39/54
OF 71AC OG SALT LICK, located
in SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of STUTLER JEANETTE W, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$106.81
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$33.88
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$417.87
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$558.56
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000070 Braxton County
- To: POND FORK OIL & GAS
COMPANY, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF W.I. TINNEY, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000070, ½ OF
168AC O&G BIRCH, located in
HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of POND FORK
OIL & GAS CO, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$115.10
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$48.44
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$366.70
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$530.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000116 Braxton County
- To: M.P. SKINNER, ET AL
C/O MARY MILLER, M.P. SKINNER, LUCILLE SKINNER, JAMES
GALE SKINNER, HOY SKINNER,
CALLIE MAY TOLLEY, RUBY
BROHARD, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF PERRY S. SKINNER,
or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors,
assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000116, OIL
CREEK 4.5 AC, located in SALT
LICK, which was returned delinquent in the name of SKINNER
M P ET AL, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$110.20
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$42.06
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$498.16
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000028 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C.O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000028, ½ OF
¼ 3.8AC OG STEER CREEK,
located in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000016 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representa-
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unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000016, OG ¼
OF 54 AC STEER CREEK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$97.02
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$16.71
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$468.63
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000056 Braxton County
- To: AGNES DAVIS, K.B. DAVIS
C/O BERTUS FERREIRA, or heirs
at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns,
all unknown heirs, guardians,
conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000056, ½ OF
77AC O&G TWO LICK, located
in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of DAVIS
K B, and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26 th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$103.40
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$27.87
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$477.17
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000119 Braxton County
- To: J.M. STUTLER HEIRS C/O
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, J.M.
STUTLER HEIRS C/O JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, J.M. STUTLER
HEIRS C/O JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER,
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, BONNIE BELLE
JOHNSON, GLENDA BERNICE
ANCELL FELMEY, JAMES WILLIAM ANCELL, JAMES M. STUTLER, BARRY STUTLER, DIANE
STUTLER, CHARLES STUTLER,
BRUCE STUTLER, DEBORAH
LYNN HOLT, PAULINE STUTLER
JONES, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
GRACE M. MCCULLOUGH, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ERMA
BACHELOR FOUTS, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF GERTRUDE
L. RHUSTORFER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SANDFORD
ROSCOE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WALTER
S. STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF JACOB BRUCE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JAMES M. STUTLER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000119,
15/54 OF 28AC OG SALT LICK,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
STUTLER J M HRS, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$417.87
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$529.21
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000112 Braxton County
- To: DONALD E. MAINS, DONALD
E. MAINS, DONALD E. MAINS,
VANDERBILT MORTGAGE &
FINANCE, INC., VANDERBILT
MORTGAGE & FINANCE INC.,
CASIE MCGEE, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000112,
11.09AC FALL RUN, located in
SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of MAINS
DONALD E, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$229.19
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$230.30
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$372.89
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$832.38
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000110 Braxton County
- To: PATRICIA GABRIELS, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000110, 1/3 OF
1/5 OF ½ 126.5AC OIL CREEK,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of GABRIELS PATRICIA, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$108.30
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$46.39
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$491.60
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000120 Braxton County
- To: J.M. STUTLER HEIRS C/O
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, J.M.
STUTLER HEIRS C/O JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, J.M. STUTLER
HEIRS C/O JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER,
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, BONNIE BELLE
JOHNSON, GLENDA BERNICE
ANCELL FELMEY, JAMES WILLIAM ANCELL, JANET M. STUTLER, BARRY STUTLER, DIANE
STUTLER, ARDEN B. STUTLER,
ILA STUTLER, EDWARD STUTLER, MARTHA W. STUTLER,
CHARLES STUTLER, BRUCE
STUTLER, PAULINE STUTLER
JONES, BONNIE JUDD, GERTRUDE RIDGEWAY, FRANK J.
MCCULLOUGH JR, A. MARION
TAYLOR, JAMES M. WRIGHT, LUCILLE STUTLER GOUDY, EDITH
EWART, EDITH DUNN, BETTY
CRAIG, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF GRACE M. MCCULLOUGH,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
ERMA BACHELOR FOUTS, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF GERTRUDE L. RHUSTORFER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SANDFORD ROSCOE STUTLER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WALTER
S. STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN
HERIS OF JACOB BRUCE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JAMES M. STUTLER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000120, 39/54
OF 29AC OG SALT LICK, located
in SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of STUTLER JEANETTE W, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$99.79
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$21.55
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$417.87
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$539.21
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
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or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000021 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000021, ½ OF
4/7 51AC COG WEST FORK,
located in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$98.28
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$18.92
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$472.10
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000038 Braxton County
- To: GEORGIA HOUSTON,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JACKIE NOTTINGHAM, TANYA
ROBINSON, GEORGE NOTTINGHAM, LINDA NOTTINGHAM
ABERNATHY, JANET MARRERO,
ETTA NOTTINGHAM, STONEY
JAMES NOTTINGHAM, EMMA
NOTTINGHAM MOORE, LUCY
CRUICKSHANKS, ROCKIE LEE
NOTTINGHAM, ANDY LEE NOTTINGHAM, JAMES BRACKIE
NOTTINGHAM, JR., STATE OF
WEST VIRGINIA, FIRST RESOLUTION INVESTMENT CORPORATION, WEST VIRGINIA
STATE TAX DEPARTMENT BANKRUPTCY UNIT/SPECIAL PROCEDURES, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000038, ST
CREEK COG UNDER 9.83 AC
(01-4T-1.1), located in BIRCH,
which was returned delinquent
in the name of NOTTINGHAM
JAMES BRACKIE, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$105.52
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$12.99
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$444.86
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$563.37
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000044 Braxton County
- To: OSCAR D. YOUNG C/O
WILMA Y. DRESCH, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000044,
94.5AC OG SLEITH, located in
BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of YOUNG
OSCAR D, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$117.64
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$52.91
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$507.46
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000045 Braxton County
- To: OSCAR D. YOUNG C/O
WILMA Y. DRESCH, PRICE
YOUNG, PRUDIE MOLLOHAN,
CLARA MICK, ELAINE STUMP,
WILBERT ROLLYSON, MARVIN
ROLLYSON, STEVE ROLLYSON,
CHARLES ROLLYSON, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000045,
11.7AC OG SLEITH, located in
BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of YOUNG
OSCAR ET AL, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.60
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.94
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or cer-
tified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$458.44
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000051 Braxton County
- To: EILEEN DAUGHTERTY,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF R.L.
SIMONS, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000051, 1/32
OF 50 AC O&G WTS ELK, located
in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of DAUGHERTY EILEEN, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000058 Braxton County
- To: YOLANDA MARIE PLUM,
ELEMENTAL RESOURCES, LLC,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
LEE TETER, ANY UKNOWN
HEIRS OF PAUL TETER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF LILLIE
TETER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF DOROTHY FLINT, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000058, 5AC
ALL MINS EXCEPT COAL BUCKE
YE CREEK, located in HOLLY,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of H3 LLC, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$457.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000126 Braxton County
- To: LAWRENCE O. WEST HEIRS
C/O PEGGY CALABRESE, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF LAWRENCE O. WEST, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000126, 1/3 OF
¼ 137AC OG COPEN, located in
SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of WEST
LAWRENCE O HEIRS, and for
which the tax lien(s) thereon was
sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
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Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
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NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000125 Braxton County
- To: LAWRENCE O. WEST HEIRS
C/O PEGGY CALABRESE, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF LAWRENCE O. WEST, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000125, 1/30
OF 1AC OG COPEN, located in
SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of WEST
LAWRENCE O HEIRS, and for
which the tax lien(s) thereon was
sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000002 Braxton County
- To: COY J. BARKER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF MARY
G. BARKER, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF MONA ERMOL BARKER, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors,
assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000002, 1/8 OF
1/8 OF 104AC COG MILL CREEK,
located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of BARKER COY J, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.37
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$417.87
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000118 Braxton County
- To: J.M. STUTLER HEIRS C/O
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, J.M.
STUTLER HEIRS C/O JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, J.M. STUTLER
HEIRS C/ JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER,
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, BONNIE BELLE
JOHNSON, GLENDA BERNICE
ANCELL FELMEY, JAMES WILLIAM ANCELL, JANET M. STUTLER, BARRY STUTLER, DIANE
STUTLER, CHARLES STUTLER,
BRUCE STUTLER, DEBORAH
LYNN HOLT, PAULINE STUTLER
JONES, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF GRACE M. MCCULLOUGH,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
ERMA BACHELOR FOUTS, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF GERContinued to LEGALS
Page 17
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am till 4:00 pm daily all year round. In order
to be considered for the upcoming Apprenticeship class you must have your application in
by Friday, March 15, 2013 at 4:00 pm. The
testing will be on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at
9:00 am and the interviews will be on Saturday,
March 23, 2013 beginning at 9:00 am.
(This is not a job application)
Applicants will be accepted at
Iron Workers’ Local #301
2425 Hampshire Drive
Charleston, Wv 25387
Qualifications for Apprenticeship Training
Program are as follows:
You must be 18 years of age ,minimum
Birth Certificate and Social Security Card Required
Drug test Prior to Acceptance
You must have a high school diploma or G.E.D.
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You must live within the jurisdiction of the Iron
Workers’ Local #301 at least one Year or more
prior to applying.
Please bring copies of all documentation
when applying!
The Iron Workers’ Local #301 jurisdiction located in the state of West Virginia are : Boone,
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Logan, McDowell, Mingo, Nicholas, Putnam,
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LEGAL NOTICES
fice, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
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NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000020 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000020, ½ OF
46.5AC OG WEST FORK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$99.56
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$21.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$475.64
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
Continued from LEGALS
Page 17
TRUDE L. RHUSTORFER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SANDFORD ROSCOE STUTLER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WALTER
S. STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF JACOB BRUCE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JAMES M. STUTLER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000118,
15/54 OF 71AC OG SALT LICK,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
STUTLER J M HRS, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$95.80
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$19.29
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$418.87
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$535.66
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000107 Braxton County
- To: EILEEN DAUGHTERTY, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000107, 1/16
OF 20AC OG FALL RUN, located
in SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of DAUGHTERTY EILEEN, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000055 Braxton County
- To: FRANZ S. WORKMAN IV,
CAROLE I WORKMAN, CAITLIN E. WORKMAN, PATRICIA L.
WORKMAN, DANIEL L. WORKMAN, LEE D. WORKMAN, EMILY
C. WORKMAN, AGNES DAVIS,
K.B. DAVIS C/O BERTUS FERREIRA, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000055, ½ OF
42.64AC O&G BOWLING GRE,
located in HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of
DAVIS K B, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$99.13
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$20.42
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$381.89
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$501.44
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000127 Braxton County
- To: LAWRENCE O. WEST HEIRS
C/O PEGGY CALABRESE, ANY
UNINOWN HEIRS OF LAWRENCE O WEST, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000127, 1/30
OF ¼ 115.42AC OIL KANAWHA,
located in SALT LICK, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The second half 2012 Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are now due. Payments
must be received on or by March 1, 2013 in
order to receive the 2-1/2% discount.
Please refer to your statement(s) received
last July for the correct amount due. If you
did not receive a statement, you may call
765-2838, Monday through Friday, from 8:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or you may write to the
Braxton County Sheriff’s Department Tax
Division, P.O. Box 546, Sutton, WV 26601,
for the amount due.
All taxes that are delinquent after April 30,
2013, will have an additional charge of
$20.00.
EDDIE W. WILLIAMS
SHERIFF OF BRAXTON COUNTY
WEST LAWRENCE O HEIRS, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$681.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$793.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000102 Braxton County
- To: CAROLYN SUE STOUT, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000102,
56AC OG BEAR RUN, located
in OTTER, which was returned
delinquent in the name of STOUT
CAROLYN SUE, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$107.86
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$35.73
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$480.50
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000072 Braxton County
- To: BRENDA FAY SNIDER,
BANK OF GASSAWAY, BERNARD R. MAUSER, ANNE M.
STUCKEY, WAYNE N. STUCKEY,
DAVID R. SWIMS, CARRON
SWIMS, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000072,
12.75AC ALL MINS EXCEPT
COAL WTS HOLLY RIVER, located in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of SWIMS
DAVID R &/OR CARRON, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$97.23
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$17.03
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$420.68
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$534.94
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000073 Braxton County
- To: BRENDA FAY SNIDER,
BANK OF GASSAWAY, BERNARD R. MAUSER, DAVID R.
SWIMS, CARRON SWIMS, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000073,
3.49AC ALL MINS EXCEPT COAL
WTS HOLLY RIVER, located in
HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of SWIMS
DAVID R &/OR CARRON, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$402.69
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$514.03
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
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NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000019 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000019, ½ OF
2/7 OF 97AC OG MOUND RUN,
located in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$97.23
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$17.03
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$469.16
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000026 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conser-
vators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000026, ½ OF
18 101.25AC OG STEER CREEK,
located in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000017 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000017, ½ OF
1.5AC OG MILL CREEK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000007 Braxton County
- To: ROBERT C. CHENOWETH,
TIMOTHY A. GROVES, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000007,
COG 14.5 AC COWSKIN, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of CHENOWETH ROBERT C, and for
which the tax lien(s) thereon was
sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
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October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$98.07
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$18.55
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$462.52
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000003 Braxton County
- To: COY J. BARKER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF MONA
ERMOL BARKER, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000003, 1/8 OF
15/16 OF 67AC OG WEST FORK,
located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of BARKER COY J, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000027 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000027, ½ OF
1/8 OF 73AC OG STEER CREEK,
located in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000122 Braxton County
- To: J.M. STUTLER HEIRS C/O
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, J.M.
STUTLER HEIRS C/O JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, J. M. STUTLER
HEIRS C/O JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER,
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, BONNIE BELLE
JOHNSON, GLENDA BERNICE
ANCELL FELMEY, JAMES WILLIAM ANCELL, JANET M. STUTLER, BARRY STUTLER DIANE
STUTLER, CHARLESSTUTLER,
BRUCE STUTLER, DEBORAH
LYN HOLT, PAULINE STUTLER
JONES, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF GRACE M. MCCULLOUGH,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
ERMA BACHELOR FOUTS, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF GERTRUDE L. RHUSTORFER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF SANDFORD ROSCOE STUTLER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF WALTER
S. STUTLER, ANY UNIKNOWN
HEIRS OF JACOB BRUCE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JAMES M. STUTLER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000122, 39/54
OF 28AC OG SALT LICK, located
in SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of STUTLER JEANETTE W, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$98.71
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$19.70
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$417.87
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$536.28
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000062 Braxton County
- To: BERT MARLOW, ET ALL
C/O JAMES M. HALSTEAD, WALTER MARLOW, CLARA D. EVANS,
MARGURITE VAN KEUREN, ELLET MARLOW, MINNIE SPRING,
BERT D. MARLOW, GEORGE L.
MARLOW, RUSSELL M. MARLOW, NELLE PERKINS, REVA
BATDORFF, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000062, 2/3 OF
50AC O&G WOLF CREEK, located in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of MARLOW BERT ET AL, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$102.13
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$25.65
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$464.69
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000030 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000030,
½ OF 7/8 13.5AC OB WALNUT
FK, located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000092 Braxton County
- To: VAL MAY C/O FREDDIE G.
MAY, RETA MAY C/O FREDDIE G.
MAY, FREDDIE G. MAY, SHIRLEY
MAY ARMSTRONG, RITA C. MAY
(MARSHALL MANOR), EDISON
MAY, MARY MAY BRANDT, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000092, 1/45
OF 63AC ALL MINS CROOKED
FORK, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of MAY VAL & RETA, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$390.88
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$502.22
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000084 Braxton County
- To: MINER HORNER HEIRS C/O
FREDDIE G. MAY, FREDDIE G.
MAY, VAY BRITTON, ITHAMER
C. HORNER, CHARLES HORNER, FLORENCE ANN CARR,
SHIRLEY MAY ARMSTRONG,
RITA C. MAY (MARSHALL MANOR), EDISON MAY MARY MAY
BRANDT, VANCE MAY, EDITH
WEST, KATHLEEN L. RICHARDS,
or heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000084, ¾ OF
54.66AC OG STEER CREEK,
located in OTTER, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of HORNER MINER HRS, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$104.04
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$29.04
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$399.88
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$532.96
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000082 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM
N. HALL, WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000082, ¼ OF
122.36AC OG O’BRIEN, located
in OTTER, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$101.47
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$24.53
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$480.90
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000023 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000023, ½ OF
6AC OG MILL CREEK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000024 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000024, ½ OF
1/8 63AC OG STEER CK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000025 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000025,
½ OF 1/8 OF 54AC OG STEER
CK, located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000014 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000014, OG
¼ OF 68 AC MILL CK, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
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sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$97.85
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$18.19
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$470.94
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000095 Braxton County
- To: CARYL MCPHERSON,
SHERMAN MCPHERSON DOC
#43756-1 HUTTONSVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser
of the tax lien(s) on the following
real estate, Certificate of Sale:
2011-S-00000095, .10AC SUTTON, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of MCPHERSON FRED &
CARYL & and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$175.36
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$76.68
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$498.93
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$750.97
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000114 Braxton County
- To: ELIZABETH REED, ELIZABETH REED, ET AL. C/O ELIZABETH REED, OLETA REED,
FLETCHER REED, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF HARVEY H.
SPICER, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000114, 2/7 OF
97.2AC OG COPEN RUN, located
in SALT LICK, which was returned
delinquent in the name of REED
ELIZABETH ET AL, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$100.84
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$23.41
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$470.15
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000063 Braxton County
- To: BERT MARLOW ET AL C/O
JAMES M. HALSTEAD, BERT
MARLOW, RUSSELL MARLOW,
MINNIE SPRING, REVA BATDORFF, CLARA EVANS, NELLE
PERKINS, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000063, 2/3
OF 53AC O&G WOLF, located in
HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of MRLOW
BERT ET AL, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$102.75
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$26.79
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.45
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000060 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000060, ¼ OF
135AC O&G FLATWOODS RUN,
located in HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of
HALL WILLIAM N, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$102.33
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$26.02
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$483.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000059 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N HALL
C/O WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N. HALL, ANY UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF J.W. BROWNINGor
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000059,
¼ OF 67AC O&G HOLLY, located
in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$97.85
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$18.19
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$470.94
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000052 Braxton County
- To: EILEEN DAUGHTERTY, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000052, 1/6
OF 59.5AC O&G HOLLY, located
in HOLLY, which was returned
delinquent in the name of DAUGHTERTY EILEEN, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$336.91
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$448.25
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000043 Braxton County
- To: RONALD BRIAN WILDMAN,
RONALD BRIAN WILDMAN, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000043, LOT 13 (1.42 AC)
DEER RUN ESTATES, located in
BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of WILDMAN
RONALD BRIAN, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$119.15
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$23.60
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$489.65
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$632.40
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
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NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000042 Braxton County
- To: RONALD BRIAN WILDMAN,
RONALD BRIAN WILDMAN, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S00000042, LOT 4 (2.19 AC) DEER
RUN ESTATES, located in BIRCH,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of WILDMAN RONALD
BRIAN, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$133.19
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$35.69
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$489.65
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$659.43
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000078 Braxton County
- To: ELIZABETH COX, ELIZABETH COX, DARIUS K. COX,
DARIUS K. COX, INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
OF TREASURY, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000078, LOT B CHEMICAL
TOWN 54.7 X 185 X 75 X 163,
located in OTTER, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of COX ELIZABETH LIFE &, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$329.88
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$221.77
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$545.39
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$1,097.04
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000050 Braxton County
- To: DARIUS K. COX, DARIUS K.
COX, KEITH COX, KEITH COX,
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA,
BRAXTON COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, KIMBERLY
COX, KIMBERLY COX, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser
of the tax lien(s) on the following
real estate, Certificate of Sale:
2011-S-00000050, 5AC BUCKEYE CREEK, located in HOLLY,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of COX DARIUS K, and
for which the tax lien(s) thereon
was sold by the sheriff of Braxton
County at the sale for delinquent
taxes made on the 26 th day of
October, 2011, has requested that
you be notified a deed for such
real estate will be made to him or
her on or after April 1, 2013, as
provided by law, unless before that
day you redeem such real estate.
The amount you will have to pay
on the last day, March 31, 2013
will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$342.00
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$487.20
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$601.13
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$1,430.33
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000090 Braxton County
- To: BARBARA E. JARVIS, BARBARA E. JARVIS, BARBARA E.
JARVIS, BARBARA E. JARVIS,
or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors,
assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000090, 5AC BIRCH located
in OTTER, which was returned
delinquent in the name of JARVIS
BARBARA E, and for which the
tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$306.89
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$214.70
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$498.65
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$1,020.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000083 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM
N. HALL, WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000083, ½
OF .71AC OG O’BRIEN, located
in OTTER, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000076 Braxton County
- To: VAY BRITTON, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF W.M. MAY,
WAYLAND BRITTON, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, represenContinued to LEGALS
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tatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000076, 1/45
OF 63AC ALL MINS CROOKED
FORK, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of BRITTON VAY & WAYLAND, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$457.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000041 Braxton County
- To: RONALD BRIAN WILDMAN,
RONALD BRIAN WILDMAN, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000041, LOT 16 (2.29 AC)
DEER RUN ESTATES, located in
BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of WILDMAN
RONALD BRIAN, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$134.47
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$37.76
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$489.65
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$661.88
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000013 Braxton County
- To: NEWTON FRAME, NEWT
FRAME, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser
of the tax lien(s) on the following
real estate, Certificate of Sale:
2011-S-00000013, 1AC STUMBO
RUN, located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name of
FRAME NEWTON, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$98.60
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$9.44
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$480.66
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$588.70
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000065 Braxton County
- To: CARYL MCPHERSON,
SHERMAN MCPHERSON DOC
#43765-1 HUTTONSVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser
of the tax lien(s) on the following
real estate, Certificate of Sale:
2011-S-00000065, 992.5SQ FT
TESLA, located in HOLLY, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of MCPHERSON FRED &
CARYL &, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$2.36
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$498.93
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$597.45
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000075 Braxton County
- To: VAY BRITTON, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF W. M. MAY,
WAYLAND BRITTON, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000075, 1/90
OF 65AC ALL MINS CROOKED
FORK, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of BRITTON VAY & WAYLAND, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$457.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000094 Braxton County
- To: CARYL MCPHERSON,
SHERMAN MCPHERSON DOC
#43756-1 HUTTONSVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER, or heirs at
law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000094, .25AC WTS TWO
LICK, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of MCPHERSON CARYL
&/OR SHERMAN, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold
by the sheriff of Braxton County at
the sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified
a deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$120.85
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$3.55
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$498.93
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$623.33
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000057 Braxton County
- To: JOHN E. EAKLE, JR. HEIRS
C/O LINDA EAKLE, JOHN E.
EAKLE, JR. HEIRS C/O JOHN
O. EAKLE, SR., HOY E. EAKLE,
DAVID BOYD EAKLE C/O LINDA
EAKLE, JOHN OTIS EAKLE,
CLARA FORE, LEAH COGHENOUR, ESTABELLE R. ICARD
C/O LINDA EAKLE, BETTY JEAN
CREMEANS, MILDRED SPIKER,
ANY UNNNOWN HEIRS OF
VIRGINIA MERLE STEWART, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000057, 27AC
O&G STONY CREEK, located in
HOLLY, which was returned delinquent in the name of EAKLE J E
JR, and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26 th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$100.41
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$22.65
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$390.88
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$513.94
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000136 Braxton County - To: ELIZABETH M. COX,
ELIZABETH M. COX, KEITH COX,
KEITH COX, KEITH COX, KEITH
WARRENT COX, KEITH WARREN COX, KEITH WARREN COX,
KIMBERLY R. COX, KIMBERLY R.
COX, KIMBERLY R. COX, DARIUS
K. COX, DARIUS K. COX, STONEWALL JACKSON MEMORIAL,
BOOTH & MCCARTHY, STATE
OF WEST VIRGINIA, BEERNARD R. MAUSER ATTORNEY
AT LAW, OCCUPANT, WEST VIRGINIA STATE TAX DEPARTMENT
BANKRUPTCY UNIT/SPECIAL
PROCEDURES, IRS ADVISORY
GROUP, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that CI HOLDING LLC, the purchaser of the
tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S00000136, D & I ADD LOTS 97 98
99 120 X 120 OAS, located in SUTTON CORP, which was returned
delinquent in the name of COX
ELIZABETH M LIFE, and for which
the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by
the sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$639.59
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$511.72
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$945.60
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$2,096.91
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000039 Braxton County
- To: GUY STALNAKER, JR. C/O
REBECCA ARCHER, GRACE
STALNAKER C/O REBECCA
ARCHER, or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives,
successors, assigns, all unknown
heirs, guardians, conservators,
fiduciaries, administrators, or
lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000039, 2/21
OF35AC ALL MINS L SLEITH,
located in BIRCH, which was returned delinquent in the name of
STALNAKER GUY JR & GRACE,
and for which the tax lien(s) thereon was sold by the sheriff of
Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26 th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$100.41
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$19.70
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$345.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$466.01
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000018 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM
N.HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011-S-00000018,
½ OF 73AC OG SLEITH, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$97.02
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$16.71
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$468.63
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000135 Braxton County - To: RAY BRIGHT, EDDIE
BRIGHT, CHARLES BRIGHT,
WILLIAM BRIGHT, LAURA CARROLL, GEORGE S. FURBY, RAY
BRIGHT, JAMES FEBRUARY,
JAMES S. FEBRUARY, PAUL
LEAVITT, or heirs at law, devisees,
creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs,
guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L CARPENTER, the purchaser
of the tax lien(s) on the following
real estate, Certificate of Sale:
2011-S-00000135, HUFFMAN
ADD LOT 11 40 X 130 X 40.5 X
134, located in SUTTON CORP,
which was returned delinquent in
the name of BRIGHT RAY &/OR
GLADYS, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$153.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$73.32
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$527.40
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$753.88
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000015 Braxton County
- To: WILLIAM N. HALL C/O
WANDA CAMPBELL, WILLIAM N.
HALL C/O WANDA CAMPBELL,
WILLIAM N. HALL, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s) on
the following real estate, Certificate
of Sale: 2011-S-00000015, OG ¼
OF 98.24 AC COWSKIN, located
in BIRCH, which was returned
delinquent in the name of HALL
WILLIAM N, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made on
the 26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$99.79
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$21.55
Amount paid for Title Examination
and preparation of the list to be
served and for preparation and
service of notice with interest
from January 1, 2012 following the
sheriff’s sale to March 31, 2013.
$354.90
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following
the sheriff’s sale to March 31,
2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable
to The Honorable Eddie Wayne
Williams, Sheriff and Treasurer of
Braxton County.
$476.24
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen B.
Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying
the above total less any unearned
interest.
Return to WV State Auditors Office, County Collections Office,
Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305.
Questions, please call 1-888-5096568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000079 Braxton County
- To: ELIZABETH COX, ELIZABETH COX, DARIUS K. COX,
DARIUS K. COX, INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
OF TREASURY, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all
unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators,
or lienholders.
You will take notice that RUSSELL
L. CARPENTER, the purchaser of
the tax lien(s) on the following real
estate, Certificate of Sale: 2011S-00000079, 1.01AC SKIDMORE
RUN, located in OTTER, which
was returned delinquent in the
name of COX ELIZABETH LIFE
&, and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale for
delinquent taxes made on the
26 th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after April
1, 2013, as provided by law, unless
before that day you redeem such
real estate. The amount you will
have to pay on the last day, March
31, 2013 will be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
Continued to LEGALS
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Citizens’
NEWS
February 5, 2013
Braxton County, WV
to apply, no Maximum.
• BUY
• SELL
• TRADE
From The
First & Factually
BUSINESS
SERVICES
CRITTERS ENTERPRISES:
Certified Class I & II Septic
Installations, Repairs and
Inspections. Dozer Backhoe,
and Dump Truck Ser vice.
Most Visa and Master Cards
accepted. Eddie Facemire,
WV#033553. Call 304- 3642257.
3-26
AVOID FINANCIAL CLIFF:
Need cash fast? Quick,
easy, confidential. Get out of
debt now. Free consultations.
Call: 1(866)505-1433 or
(866)780-0839.
Email:
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2-5
WILL PAVE AND REPAIR
DRIVEWAYS: Also, seal
coating. Driveways installed
with state of the art equipment.
40
years
experience.
References
available.
Licensed, insured and
bonded. Calls accepted 24
hours a day. Member of the
Better Business Bureau. WV
License No. WV04146.
Marsha’s Paving. Call 304765-3555 or 304-4727349.
2-12
FOR
SALE
ACCEPTING
SEALED
BIDS: Flatwood-Canoe Run
PSK is accepting sealed bids
for the following item: 1994
Midwest tandem axle trailer,
two-foot (2’) dovetail with
folding ramps, fourteen foot
(14’) deck, seventy-seven
inches (77") inside width
between the fenders, Pintle
eye hitch, 7,000 GVW. The
item may be inspected from
the hours of 7:30 a.m.-4:00
p.m. at the water treatment
plant located at 1092 Main
Street, Sutton, WV. Bids may
be hand delivered to 406 Main
Street in Sutton or mailed to:
Flatwoods-Canoe Run PSD,
PO box 677, Sutton, WV
26601, Attn: General Manager.
The deadline for accepting
bids is Friday, February 15,
2013, at 4:00 p.m. FlatwoodsCanoe Run PSD reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
The item is being sold in as-is,
where-is condition.
2-12
FOR
RENT
FOR RENT: Mobile Home lots
near interstate, senior citizens
welcome. Call 304-853-9103tf
FOR RENT: One and two and
three bedroom homes. One
month’s rent required for security
deposit. Utilities not included.
Absolutely no pets. Application
required. Applications may be
picked up at Lloyd’s Inc. 2220
Sutton Lane
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FOR RENT: approximately
1250 sq ft office space located
above the Citizens’ News office.
Available by December 1st, full
bath, kitchenette and more. can
also be utilized as a small
apartment for two individuals,
very secure. $500 per month and
security deposit, Rent includes
water, sewer and trash
services. Call 304-765-5193
days
or
304-765-2273
evenings.
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REAL
AT E
TA
EST
HOUSE
FOR
SALE:
3Bedroom,2 bath Brick home
with a detached 2 car garage
on 1.38 acres 4 miles out of
Gassaway on Chapel Rd
.Well taken care of . Nice
level yard and large garden
spot where my father raised
a wonderful garden. If
interested please call 304669-5817.
Asking
$160,000.00
2-26
FOR SALE: 4.86 acres at
Bear Creek 1 ½ miles from
Gassaway. $3,500.00. Call
304-364-5614.
2-12
FOR SALE: 49 acres with
plenty of hunting and fishing
land. Nice farmland with hay
bottom. Electric on site.
Located in Webster County
below Diana at Guardian.
Asking $75,000.
Price
negotiable. Call Sherry or
Dan Cool at 304-765-7515
or 304-644-3211.
2-26
MOBILE
HOMES
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YO U
NEED”
“N ew
government loan packages.”
“Lay-A- Way Plans on all
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BUCKHANNON … 304-4728900... Visit us at …
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2-26
LEARN HOW TO “DOUBLE
YOUR TAX REFUND” when
you buy your new home from
CLAYTON HOMES OF
BUCKHANNON,
Rt. 33
between
Weston
&
Buckhannon...(304) 4728900...Lot Model Reduction
Sale Going on Now...Visit us
at CLAYTONHOMESOFBUCKHANNON.COM (certain
conditions apply)
2-26
HELP
WANTED
HELP WANTED: Looking for
a fulfilling career, want to work
your
own
schedule?
Parenting
Coordinator
needed in Southern WV. The
successful candidate must
have a degree in social
work, criminal justice,
p s y c h o l o g y,
or
other
related
degree
and
dependable transportation,
computer and internet
access.
Submit your
resume to [email protected], or call
Lori Pierce at 1-304-6195525.
2-19
HELP WANTED: Need
market
research
participants to evaluate
local
establishments.
Apply FREE: Shop.BestMark.com or call 800-9698477.
3-5
HELP WANTED: Top Dog
Well Service LLC is
seeking
experienced
Class A or B CDL Drivers.
Must be able to work night
shift and weekends, and
have or be able to obtain a
tanker endorsement. If
WHY JUST LOOK FOR A JOB?
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WE ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE
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CALL OR STOP BY WESTON
yo u wo u l d l i ke t o a p p l y,
please call Lisa at 304354-9660
for
more
information, or stop by our
office in Stumptown for an
application.
2-19
HELP
WANTED:
C H A I N SAW
HANDS,
DOZER AND EXCAVATOR
OPERATORS Local Oil Field
Services Company is in need
of EXPERIENCED saw
hands and dozer and
excavator operators for land
clearing operations. Must be
able to safely and efficiently
fell and top large timber. Must
be dependable. Willing to stay
out of town for extended
periods including weekends.
We are a drug free workplace
and you must pass preemployment and random
screenings.
Apply at
Frame Oil Field Services,
208 E. Main Street,
Glenville, WV 26351. (304)
4 6 2 - 7 8 4 3 . w w w. f r a m e ofs.com.
2-5
HELP WANTED: Position:
1 PRN CNA: 7a-7p with
some rotation. Experience
p r e fe r r e d . Po s i t i o n : 1
Fulltime Aide – Med.
S u r g e : 7a-7p with some
rotation.
Experience
preferred. If interested apply
online
at
www.stonewallhospital.com or contact:
Mary McCartney, RN, Chief
Nursing Officer, Stonewall
Jackson Memorial Hospital,
230 Hospital Plaza, Weston,
WV 26452 for more
information.
2-5
HELP WANTED:
NOW
HIRING: Stop searching for
a Job and Find your Career
with US! The West Virginia
Regional Jail Authority. Earn
while you learn: Paid OnThe-Job Training. Come join
our team! Benefits: State
Benefits Include: Medical
Insurance, Paid Sick Leave,
Paid Vacation, Retirement, Life
Insurance, Etc. Additional
Benefits Available: Dental,
Vision, Disability Insurance,
Supplemental Retirement,
etc. To learn more about
what opportunities await you
with the Central Regional
Jail: Call us at (304) 7657904
or
email
[email protected] or
[email protected]
Must be at least 18 years old
Services Available to Residents and Visitors of Braxton County
WATER WELLS
KNICELEY
INSURANCE
AGENCY
Geothermal wells, well
pumps. Five generations
of experience
Hospitalization - Auto Fire Life - Farm - Liability
FRAME DRILLING
COMPANY
Exit 62 Off I-79
Right 1/2 Mile
1-800-427-2389 or 364-5132
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364-8307
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INSURANCE
AGENCY
Your local Nationwide
office located on Elk Street
in Gassaway
(304)364-5202
Quality
Printing Place your Ad Here!!
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Photo Processing
Film, digital, enlargements
Walker's Drug
Elk Street, Gassaway
364-5193
HELP WANTED: The Town
of Flatwoods has an opening
for a part time municipal clerk.
The duties include working for
the municipal judge at court
on Saturday every 6 weeks
as well as coming into the
office on posted hours
through
the
week.
Applications for this job will be
taken through February 15,
2013.
Please send your
resume to Town of Flatwoods,
P.O. Box 52, Flatwoods, WV.
2-5
HELP WANTED: Braxton
Health Care and Rehabilitation
Center, a Four Star Facility as
rated by CMS, has an opening
for a licensed Social Worker.
If you are interested please
contact
bill
Kuhn
–
Administrator at Braxton Health
Care and Rehabilitation Center,
200 Days Drive, Sutton, WV
26601. Braxton Health Care
and Rehabilitation Center is an
EO/AA employer.
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HELP
WANTED:
Exciting things are
happening at William R.
Sharpe, Jr. Hospital, and
we are looking for
compassionate, hardworking and caring
individuals to join our
team. William R. Sharpe,
Jr. Hospital, a 150 bed
JCAHO
accredited
psychiatric facility, is
located in Weston, WV,
and is operated by the
West
Virginia
Department of Health &
Human Resources. We
have the mission of
providing treatment to
involuntarily committed
mentally ill or dually
diagnosed
adults
throughout the State of
West Virginia. With a
contemporary
philosophy of the
provision of inpatient
psychiatric care, William
R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospital
has highly trained staff
who
consistently
demonstrate superb
motivational
and
technical skills. We offer
a team oriented working
environment
and
exceptional benefits. We
have openings for
registered nurses, LPN’s,
health service/trainee
workers and in other
various departments. If
you want a rewarding
career opportunity,
please take a moment to
review our openings at
http://www.state.w-v.s/
admin/personnel/
jobsdefault.htm. For
more information or help
with the application
process, contact Debbie
Cook at 304-269-1210
ext. 360, or Donna Smith
at ext. 385, during the
week between the hours
of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
William R. Sharpe, Jr.
Hospital is an equal
opportunity employer.
2-12
HELP WANTED: An after
hours RN position is available
for our Randolph County
service area. This position
requires making emergency or
as needed scheduled visits to
patients after normal business
hours. Must have current WV
RN License and reliable
transportation. Offering a
competitive salary and benefits
package including, mileage
reimbursement, medical and
dental benefits, and vacation
package. EOE. Submit
resume to Hospice Care
Corp., Attention: Cheryl
Stevens, 7 Harmon Avenue,
Ste. 203, Grafton, WV 26354
or email [email protected]
2-19
HELP WANTED: We are
looking for a mechanic to work
on lawn mowers and tractors.
Experience is necessary.
Applicant must be able to work
on Saturdays as scheduled.
Please drop off or mail in a
resume to: Flatwoods Lawn &
Garden, PO Box 38,
Flatwoods, WV 26621. 2-12
HELP WANTED: We are
looking for a well organized,
motivated individual with good
computer skills to work full time
in our office. Duties include (but
are not limited to) typing, filing,
answering phones, basic
bookkeeping, advertising, and
sales paperwork. Office
experience and/or training is
necessary. Applicant must be
willing to work Saturdays.
Please drop off or mail in a
resume to: Lockard’s, PO Box
38, Flatwoods, WV 26621.
2-12
HELP WANTED: Braxton
County Sheriff’s Department
career opportunity. Are you
looking for a challenging
career? Do you like helping
people? Are you of legal age?
Of
good
character?
Reasonably physically fit?
Then the Braxton County
Sheriff might be looking for you.
The Braxton County Sheriff’s
Department is looking for a few
special people to become
sheriff deputies. Applications
can be picked up from the Tax
Office, the County Clerk, or the
Deputies’ Office. Applications
must be returned no later than
February 22, 2013, to the Tax
Office. For questions or
directions to the Braxton
County Court House please
call (304) 765-5122.
2-12
HELP WANTED:
Hiring
security officers in Sutton/
Gassaway. Must be willing to
work nights, weekends, and
holidays. Candidates should
send resumes or cover letters
to
[email protected]yamerica.com.
2-12
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MISC.
NO
TRESPASSING:
HUNT I N G , H I K I N G , F I S H ING,CAMPING,HORSEBACK
RIDING, TRAPPING OR 4
WHEELERS
on
the
following property: Carol
Cunningham, Burl Adkins,
Lynn Carte, John Brumley
and Larry Stump.
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NO HUNTING AND NO
T R E S P A S S I N G :
Absolutely no hunting or
trespassing
on
the
property of Howard J. and
Karen S. Linger, located on
Hamric Ridge on the
waters of Steer Creek,
Birch District, Braxton
C o u n t y, R o s e d a l e , W V,
without written permission.
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LOST:
1 ½ year old
neutered male golden
retriever. Has identification
tattoo under hair on lower
stomach
near
leg.
Answers to Chub. Lost in
the
Sutton
Lane,
Flatwoods, Airport road
area. Reward offered. Call
304-765-2602 or 304-7655169.
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WANTED
WANTED:
Old
motorcycles – running or
n o t . 1 9 8 0 o r o l d e r, a ny
make. Call 304-644-5192.
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LEGAL NOTICES
Page 23, Braxton Citizens’ News, February 5, 2013
$1,429.73
Amount of subsequent years taxes
paid on the property, since the
sale, with interest to March 31,
2013.
$1,264.56
Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list
to be served and for preparation
and service of notice with interest from January 1, 2012 following the sheriff’s sale to March
31, 2013.
$545.39
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following the sheriff’s sale to March
31, 2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or
certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Eddie Wayne Williams, Sheriff and
Treasurer of Braxton County.
$3,239.68
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen
B. Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by paying the above total less any
unearned interest.
Return to WV State Auditors
Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118,
Char leston, West Virginia,
25305.
Questions, please call 1-888509-6568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2011-S-00000117 Braxton County - To: J.M. STUTLER HEIRS
C/O JEANETTE W. STUTLER,
J.M. STUTLER HEIRS C/O
JEANETTE W. STUTLER, J.M.
STUTLER HEIRS C/O JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W. STUTLER, JEANETT W. STUTLER, JEANETTE
W. STUTLER, JEANETTE W.
STUTLER, BONNIE BELLE
JOHNSON, GLENDA BERNICE ANCELL FELMEY, JAMES
WILLIAM ANCELL, JANET M.
STUTLER, BARRY STUTLER,
DIANE STUTLER, ARDEN B.
STUTLER, ILA STUTLER, ED-
WARD STUTLER, MARTHA W.
STUTLER, CHARLES STUTLER, BRUCE STUTLER, PAULINE STUTLER JONES, BONNIE JUDD, GERTRUDE RIDGEWAY, FRANK J. MCCULLOUGH,
A. MARION TAYLOR, JAMES
M. WRIGHT, LUCILLE STUTLER GOUDY, EDITH EWART,
EDITH DUNN, BETTY CRAIG,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
GRACE M. MCCULLOUGH,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
ERMA BACHELOR FOUTS,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
GERTRUDE L. RHUSTORFER,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
SANDFORD ROSCOE STUTLER, ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF WALTER S. STUTLER,
ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
JACOB BRUCE STUTLER, ANY
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF JAMES
M. STUTLER, or heirs at law,
devisees, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns,
all unknown heirs, guardians,
conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s)
on the following real estate,
Certificate of Sale: 2011-S00000117, 15/54 OF 29AC OG
SALT LICK, located in SALT
LICK, which was returned delinquent in the name of STUTLER
J M HRS, and for which the tax
lien(s) thereon was sold by the
sheriff of Braxton County at the
sale for delinquent taxes made
on the 26th day of October, 2011,
has requested that you be notified a deed for such real estate
will be made to him or her on or
after April 1, 2013, as provided
by law, unless before that day
you redeem such real estate. The
amount you will have to pay on
the last day, March 31, 2013 will
be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March 31,
2013.
$96.16
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property, since
the sale, with interest to March
31, 2013.
$15.18
Dog Tales:
Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list
to be served and for preparation
and service of notice with interest from January 1, 2012 following the sheriff’s sale to March
31, 2013.
$408.88
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following the sheriff’s sale to March
31, 2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriffcashier check, money order or
certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Eddie Wayne Williams, Sheriff and
Treasurer of Braxton County.
$520.22
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Glen
B. Gainer, III, State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by
paying the above total less any
unearned interest.
Return to WV State Auditors
Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118,
Char leston, West Virginia,
25305.
Questions, please call 1-888509-6568.
2-19
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
2 0 1 1 - S - 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 B ra x t o n
County - To: NORMAN L.
FRAME, CRYSTAL DAWN WILSON, DALE ALLEN WILSON,
RABEN LEE WILSON, RICHARD LANE WILSON, NEWTON
FRAME, ARLEENE FRAME,
IRENE FRAME C/O NEWTON
AND ARLEENE FRAME, or
heirs at law, devisees, creditors,
representatives, successors, assigns, all unknown heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries,
administrators, or lienholders.
You will take notice that MIKE
ROSS INC & WACO OIL & GAS,
the purchaser of the tax lien(s)
on the following real estate,
Certificate of Sale: 2011-S00000011, OG 8 AC BIG RUN,
located in BIRCH, which was
returned delinquent in the name
of FRAME IRENE (ARLEENE),
and for which the tax lien(s)
thereon was sold by the sheriff
of Braxton County at the sale
for delinquent taxes made on the
26th day of October, 2011, has
requested that you be notified a
deed for such real estate will be
made to him or her on or after
April 1, 2013, as provided by
law, unless before that day you
redeem such real estate. The
amount you will have to pay on
the last day, March 31, 2013 will
be as follows:
Amount equal to the taxes and
charges due on the date of this
sale, with interest, to March
31, 2013.
$94.85
Amount of subsequent years
taxes paid on the property,
since the sale, with interest to
March 31, 2013.
$15.18
Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list
to be served and for preparation and service of notice with
interest from January 1, 2012
following the sheriff’s sale to
March 31, 2013.
$399.88
Amount paid for other statutory
costs with interest from following the sheriff’s sale to March
31, 2013.
0.00
Total Amount Payable to Sheriff-cashier check, money order
or certified check must be made
payable to The Honorable Eddie
Wayne Williams, Sheriff and
Treasurer of Braxton County.
$509.91
Cost of Certification of Redemption-cashier check, money order or cer tified check
must be made payable to The
Honorable Glen B. Gainer, III,
State Auditor.
$35.00
You may redeem at any time
before March 31, 2013, by
paying the above total less any
unearned interest.
Return to WV State Auditors
Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118,
Char leston, West Virginia,
25305.
Questions, please call 1-888509-6568.
2-19
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deserve a
great deal.
There’s never been a better time
to switch to the clearest voice, the
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We are always
looking for loving
homes. If you have
thoughtfully considered adopting a pet,
please visit the shelter and see if your
next forever friend is
waiting for you. Mon,
Tues, Thurs, Fri 12-3
and Sat 10-3 Sun by
appt. CLOSED ON
WEDNESDAY.
You
may call for additional information at
765-2200
when calling
Sadie- Meet Sadie a 2 year old collie/lab mix. She already spayed and is
available at a reduced
rate. She was turned
in by and owner withhow could no longer
take care of her. Are
you looking for a forever companion? Call were abandoned you
for more information. might be too. Please
refer to shelter ID#
Johnny- He is a 01-13-D00
when
year old rottie mix. calling.
We don’t know much
about him because
Bozco- Meet bozwhile the shelter staff co this poor fella was
was taking care of abandoned in the litthe animals inside tle birch area, tied to
the shelter someone a dog box and left to
dumped him inside die when his owners
our fence.
moved away. Lucky
He seems like a for him a neighbor
Timber- a 2 year nice dog, scared and couldn’t stand the
old male white husky un-sure but if you sight of him being
found as a stray. Timber is in need of a
home if you are looking for a sweet beautiful dog he is for you
please call for more
details.
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Do you have time
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Rob Hamil at the shelter, 304-765-2200 for
details.
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a dog from your local
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Emmy- a 8
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Citizens’
NEWS
Braxton County, WV
ANNUAL DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT 2011
Burnsville Public Utility
P.O. BOX 306 • Burnsville, WV 26335
(304) 853-2516
January 10, 2013
PWSID No: 3300408
Why am I receiving this report?
In compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments,
the Burnsville Public Utility is providing its customers with this
annual water quality report. This report explains where your water
comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards
set by regulatory agencies. The information in this report shows the
results of our monitoring for the period of January 1st to December
31st, 2012 or earlier if not on a yearly schedule.
If you have any questions concerning this report, you may contact
Donny Ratliff at 304-853-2516. If you have any further questions, comments or suggestions, please attend any of our regularly
scheduled water board meetings held on the 2nd Wednesday of
every month at 6:00 PM in the Burnsville Public Utility Office at
54 Buckeye Alley.
Where does my water come from?
Your water source is surface water from the Little Kanawha
River.
Source Water Assessment
A Source Water Assessment was conducted West Virginia
Bureau for Public Health (WVBPH). The intake that supplies drinking
water to the Burnsville Public Utility has a higher susceptibility to
contamination, due to the sensitive nature of surface water supplies
and the potential contaminant sources identified within the area.
This does not mean that this intake will become contaminated; only
that conditions are such that the surface water could be impacted
by a potential contaminant source.Future contamination may be
avoided by implementing protective measures. The source water
assessment report which contains more information is available for
review or a copy will be provided to you at our office during normal
business hours or from the WVBPH @ 304-558-2981.
Cryptosporidium and other microbial contaminants are available from
the Safe Drinking Water Hotline @ 800-426-4791.
WATER QUALITY DATA TABLE
Definitions of terms and abbreviations used in the table or report
MCLG - Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or the level of contaminant
in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health.
MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
MCL - Maximum Contaminant Level, or the highest level of contaminant
that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as
feasible using the best available treatment techniques.
MRDLG - Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal, or the level of
drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected
risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect benefits of use of disinfectants to
control microbial contaminants.
MRDL - Maximum Residual Detection Level, or the highest level of
disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that
addition of disinfectant is necessary to control microbial contaminants.
AL-Action Level,or the cncentration of a contaminant, which, when
exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements which a water system
must follow.
TT - Treatment Technique, or required process intended to reduce the
level of contaminant in drinking water.
Abbreviations that may be found in the table:
ppm - parts per million or milligrams per liter
ppb - parts per billion or micrograms per liter
NTU - Nephelometric Turbidity Unit, used to measure cloudiness in water.
NE - Not established
N/A - Not applicable
The Burnsville Public Utility routinely monitors for contaminants in
your drinking water according to federal and state laws. The tables below
show the results of our monitoring for contaminants.
Why must water be treated?
All drinking water contains various amounts and kinds of
Table of Test Results - Regulated Contaminants
contaminants. Federal and state regulations establish limits, controls
Likely Source of
Violation?
Level
Unit of
MCLG MCL
and treatment practices to minimize these contaminants and to Contaminant
(Yes/No)
Detected
Measure
Contamination
MICROBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINANTS
reduce any subsequent health effects.
Turbidity
Contaminants In Water
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes
regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water
provided by public water systems. FDA regulations establish limits
of contaminants in bottled water which must provide the same
protection for public health.Drinking water, including bottled water,
may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of
some contaminants. The presence of these contaminants does not
necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information
about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by
calling the Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water
Hotline @ 800-426-4791.
The source of drinking water (both tap and bottled water) includes
rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells. As water
travels over the surface of land or through the ground, it dissolves
naturally-occurring minerals, and in some cases radioactive material.
It can even pick up substances resulting from the presence of
animals or from human activity.
.04
N
NTU
0
TT
Soil runoff
ppm
NA
TT
Naturally present in
the environment
100% of monthly
samples <0.3
Total organic
carbon
N
.81
(Range .20-1.49
INORGANIC CONTAMNANTS
Barium
N
0.0367
ppm
2
2
Discharlge from drilling wastes; erosion
of natural deposits.
Fluoride
N
.97
ppm
4
4
Erosion of natural
deposits; water additive that promotes
strong teeth
Copper (2010)
.0729
.0729
ppm
0
N
0.18
ppm
10
VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS
1.19
Chlorine
N
ppm
4
(MRLDG)
ppb
NA
Nitrate
Annual Avg.
Range
(1.0-1.3)
Haloacetic acids
(HAAC5)
N
46.6
Annual Avg.
Range
(.22.3-71.4)
AL=1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing; erosion of natural deposits
10
Runoff from fer tilizer
use; leaching from septic
tanks,sewage; erosion of
natural deposits
Water additive used
4
(MRLD) to control microbes
60
By-product of drinking water disinfection
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
By-product of drinkNA
ppb
80
40.9
N
Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, Total trihalomething water chlorination
Annual Avg.
anes
which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems,
Range
(TTHMs)
(23.4-52.2)
agricultural livestock operations and wildlife.
Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which *Copper and leadthsamples were collected from area residences on 23 September,
2010.Only the 90 percentile is reported. None were found to exceed the MCL.
can be naturally-occurring, or result from urban storm water runoff,
industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, Table of Test Results - Unregulated Contaminants
Likely Source of
Violation?
Level
Unit of
mining, farming.
Contaminant
MCLG MCL
(Yes/No)
Detected
Measure
Contamination
Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety
Erosion of natural
ppm
Sodium
N
12.6
NE
20
deposits
of sources such as agriculture, urban storm water runoff, and
Sulfate
ppm
N
7.89
250
250 Erosion of natural
residential uses.
deposits
Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and
WE ARE PLEASED TO REPORT THAT BURNSVILLE
volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial
PUBLIC UTILITY MET ALL FEDERAL AND STATE
processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas
WATER STANDARDS FOR THE YEAR 2012.
stations, urban storm water runoff, and septic systems.
Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring
Additional Information:
or the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
All other water test results for the reporting year 2012 were non-detects .
Turbidity is a measure of the cloudiness in water. We monitor it because it is a good indicator
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in
of the effectiveness of our filtration system.
drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised
If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant
and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated
persons, such as people with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, women
with service lines and home plumbing. Burnsville Public Utilty is responsible for providing high quality
persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/ drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your
water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing
AIDS or other immune disorders, some elderly, and infants can be your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned
particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about lead in your drinking water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking
water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking
about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/sagewater/lead.
This report will not be mailed. A copy will be provided to you upon request at our office during
guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by
business hours.