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Fur flying in 17th District
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50 CENTS • Vol. 117, No. 187
OBITUARIES
Page A5
• Clovie E. Brown
• Regina Justice
• R. Dylan Stumbo
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010
www.mydailytribune.com
Fur flying in 17th District
Ohio Elections Commission finds ‘probable cause’ that
Evans’ and Daniels’ campaigns each made false statements
‘Everyday
Heroes’
nominations
GALLIPOLIS
—
Nomination forms for
the 2010 Gallia County
American Red CrossGallipolis Daily Tribune
Everyday Heroes awards
can be picked up at the
Red Cross office, 417
Second Ave., Gallipolis,
or at the Tribune office,
825 Third Ave., Gallipolis. The deadline to submit
nominations
is
Wednesday, May 12.
Completed forms can
be dropped off at the
Red Cross office or
mailed to Gallia Co.
American Red Cross,
P.O. Box 342, Gallipolis, OH 45631. For
information, call 4468555 or e-mail [email protected]
et.
The Everyday Heroes
awards breakfast is
scheduled for 7:30 a.m.,
Thurdsay, June 17 at the
Gallia County Senior
Resource Center.
Quality
Assurance
Training
GALLIPOLIS — Ohio
State University Extension
Gallia County will offer
Quality Assurance Training for all livestock
exhibitors from 8 a.m.noon on Saturday, May 1
at the Gallia County Fairgrounds on Jackson Pike.
This is a mandatory
training session for all 4-H
exhibitors who plan to
show or sell market or
breeding beef, swine,
sheep, dairy or goat projects at the 2010 Gallia
County Junior Fair.
For information, call
(740) 446-7007.
WEATHER
BY ANDREW CARTER
[email protected]
COLUMBUS — Both candidates
for Ohio’s 17th Senate District seat
could face penalties in the wake of
recent mudslinging ahead of the
May 4 primary election. The Ohio
Elections Commission announced
Tuesday that it has found probable
cause that both State Rep. Clyde
Evans and State Rep. David T.
Daniels have made false statements
about each other during the course
of the campaign.
According to OEC Executive
Director Phillip C. Richter, representatives for Evans, R-Rio Grande,
and Daniels, R-Greenfield, have
filed complaints with the commission.
Daniels filed
his complaint on
April
20
in
response to a flyer
that Evans’ campaign mailed to
17th District voters that stated,
“Danger is closer
than you think,”
in
regard
to
Evans
Daniels possibly
being elected. The
flyer also contained statements
alleging that Daniels “voted to let
sex offenders live near elementary
schools” and further alleged that
Daniels is “putting our children in
danger.”
Evans’
campaign
manager
Eugene Pierce said a written apolo-
gy was issued to
Daniels “within
36 hours” after
the flyer was
mailed to residents of the 17th
District. Pierce
said Tuesday that
Daniels was trying “to score
political points”
Daniels
with voters by
making the allegations and that “people who know
Clyde know that this is a distortion
of his record.” He went on to
describe Evans as a man of “high
values and ethical standards.”
However, the mailing from
Evans’ campaign has drawn the ire
of the Southern Ohio GOP County
Sheriff promotes ATV safety
BY MICHELLE MILLER
[email protected]
GALLIPOLIS — As warm
weather sets in, the Gallia County
Sheriff’s Office is gearing up for
what inevitably follows: ATV
accidents.
While all the law enforcement
agencies in Gallia County handle
ATV accidents, the majority fall
within the GCSO’s jurisdiction.
In the hope of preventing those
accidents, which can sometimes
turn tragic, Sheriff Joe Browning
urges residents to follow ATV
safety guidelines whether at work
or play.
The ATV Safety Institute, a nonprofit organization that offers
ATV training, has eight golden
rules when it comes to ATV safety:
1. Always wear a helmet and
other protective gear.
2. Never ride on public roads —
another vehicle could hit you.
3. Never ride under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
4. Never carry a passenger on a
single-rider vehicle.
5. Ride an ATV that’s right for
your age.
6. Supervise riders younger than
16; ATVs are not toys.
7. Ride only on designated trails
and at a safe speed.
8. Take an ATV rider course.
In addition, Browning urges riders to wear protective equipment
and clothing while riding and
reminds residents that children
under the age of 12 are prohibited
from operating an ATV with an
engine size of 70cc or larger and
must be 16 years old to operate an
ATV with an engine size larger
than 90cc.
Chairs, a group that represents 18
counties. Last week, Chairwoman
Diane Carnes wrote a letter to
Evans that stated, in part, “The
Southern Ohio GOP County Chairs
were shocked and offended by a
piece of campaign literature which
has been distributed by your campaign committee” and “county
chairs present at the April 17, 2010,
meeting voted unanimously to condemn this piece of literature
because it appears to be both inappropriate and inaccurate.”
Evans’ complaint against Daniels
was filed with the OEC on April 20
and alleges that Daniels made false
statements about his own voting
record and Evans’ voting record.
Please see Fur, A6
Sidewalk repair
scam reported
in Gallipolis
BY MICHELLE MILLER
[email protected]
Michelle Miller/photo
If only it were this easy. While this isn’t a real arrest, authorities are struggling with a rise in ATV thefts. The chances of recovering a stolen ATV
are slim because the vehicles are usually used on private property.
According to Ohio State University Extension, Ohio ranks
15th in the nation for ATV accidents and one third of all injuries
are to children less than 16 years
of age.
In addition to ATV safety,
Browning urges residents to properly secure their ATV when not in
use.
Please see ATV, A5
GALLIPOLIS — On the heels of
the City of Gallipolis’ efforts to have
residents repair their unsafe sidewalks, now come the scam artists.
Gallipolis City Manager Randy
Finney said his office has received
reports that someone is going door to
door and telling residents if they do
not contract with the company the
person allegedly represents, the city
will charge them a substantial penalty.
Finney said he is unsure, at this
time, if the people are actually contractors.
In addition, the “contractors” are
approaching residents who have not
received a letter and telling them that
a letter will be coming soon. While
the city is still processing letters to
residents regarding the condition of
their sidewalks, Finney said the
majority have already been mailed.
“If they have not received a letter
regarding their sidewalk, they are not
required to repair it,” Finney said.
Finney said the residents have been
very positive during the process and
wants to make sure they are protected.
“We want to do whatever we can to
help them out,” said Finney.
Residents are urged to contact the
Gallipolis City Code Enforcement
office at (740) 441-6020 or (740)
441-6022 if they have been
approached in this manner. In addition, residents can also check whether
their property is actually on the list of
sidewalks needing repaired.
Prom safety top priority
for lawmen and schools
High: 65.
Low: 37.
BY MICHELLE MILLER
[email protected]
INDEX
2 SECTIONS — 12 PAGES
Calendars
A2
Classifieds
B3-4
Comics
B5
Editorials
A4
Sports
B Section
© 2010 Ohio Valley Publishing Co.
GALLIPOLIS — With prom season upon us, students
and faculty at Gallia Academy High School are joining
together to increase awareness among students about a
variety of safety issues including driving without seatbelts
and driving while intoxicated.
GAHS Senior Jordan Cornwell, 17, said the events are
sponsored by Stay Tobacco-free Athlete Mentor Program
(S.T.A.M.P) and Student Council.
“The activities are designed to make students more aware
of their choices and how we have to live with those choices,” said Cornwell.
The Gallia County Sheriff’s Office, in addition to adding
extra patrols during the proms, is reminding parents that it
is illegal to host teenage drinking parties in their homes.
Under the Parents Who Host Lose the Most informational program sponsored by Drug-free Action Alliance with
the support of the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug
Addiction Services, pamphlets are distributed around the
county which detail the consequence of hosting an underage drinking party, including heavy fines, possible jail time
and confiscation of property.
Michelle Miller/photo
Gallia Academy High School students had the chance to view a Medflight helicopter up
close during one of this week’s many activities designed to promote prom awareness.
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COMMUNITY
Gallipolis Daily Tribune
Page A2
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Community Calendar
Email items to [email protected]
Wednesday, April 28
GALLIPOLIS — Veterans Service
Commission executive session to discuss legal issues, 1 p.m., VSC office
on Jackson Pike.
Thursday, April 29
GALLIPOLIS — French 500 Free
Clinic, 1-4 p.m., 258 Pinecrest Dr.
Saturday, May 1
GALLIPOLIS — Gallipolis in Bloom
Planting Day, 10 a.m., Gallipolis City
Park. Info: Kim Canaday, 441-6010; or
Bev Dunkle, 441-6015.
Monday, May 3
GALLIPOLIS — Washington Elementary School kindergarten registration. Call for appointment, 446-3213.
BIDWELL — River Valley Middle
School Athletic Booster meeting, 6 p.m.
Open to parents who have children who
will be in seventh and eighth grades.
VINTON — Public meeting concerning Field of Hope (former North Gallia
H.S. property), 7 p.m., Vinton Baptist
Church, 11818 Ohio 160. Info: (740)
388-8454.
Church
Calendar
Friday, April 30
GALLIPOLIS — Faith
Baptist Church family fun
night, 5:30-8:30 p.m., in
church’s Family Ministry
Center, 3615 Jackson Pike.
Free meal at 6 p.m. Free
games for children, teens
and adults. Info: 446-2607.
Saturday, May 1
PATRIOT — Women’s
Conference,
10
a.m.,
McDaniel Crossroads Pentecostal Church, 2600 Cadmus Road, Patriot. Guest
speaker: Leah Bynum. Soup
and salad lunch follows service. All women invited.
Sunday, May 2
ADDISON — Services at
10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Addison
Freewill Baptist with Rev.
Rick Barcus preaching.
Monday, May 3
CHESHIRE — University
of Charleston Concert Choir
and University Singers in
concert, 7 p.m., Cheshire
Baptist Church, 8057 Ohio
160 N., Cheshire. Admission is free. Info: (740) 3677801.
Wednesday, May 5
ADDISON — Prayer
meeting, 7 p.m., Addison
Freewill Baptist with Rev.
Truman Johnson preaching.
Thursday, May 6
ADDISON — Ladies Aid
meeting, 6 p.m., Addison
Freewill Baptist.
Sunday, May 9
ADDISON — Services at
10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Addison
Freewill Baptist with Rev.
Rick Barcus preaching.
Wednesday, May 12
ADDISON — Prayer
meeting, 7 p.m., Addison
Freewill Baptist with Rev.
Matt Smith preaching.
Friday, May 14
BIDWELL — Lamb Jam,
7-10 p.m., Living Water
Church, 839 Kerr Road, Bidwell. Live music, door prizes,
games, etc. Free admission.
Info: John at (740) 446-7377
or church at (740) 446-9043.
Web:
www.livingwaterchurch.com.
GALLIPOLIS — Gospel
Singing in the Park, 7 p.m.,
Gallipolis City Park with
special singing by Shafers
and New Touch. Bring lawn
chairs.
Saturday, May 15
ADDISON — Benefit sing
for funeral expenses for Linda Smith’s mother (Icie Ashbum) and Jamie Fortner’s
sister (Karen Fortner), 6
p.m., Addision Freewill Baptist. Special singing by New
Southern Harmony and
New City & Victory River
Quartet.
Sunday, May 16
ADDISON — Services at
10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Addison
Freewill Baptist with Rev.
Rick Barcus preaching.
Revivals
GALLIPOLIS
FERRY,
W.Va. — April 26-May 1,
College Hill Church, Gallipolis Ferry, W.Va. Service
time, 7 p.m. Wayne Balcom
preaching. Special singing.
Info: (740) 446-9957. Rev.
Darrell Johnson invites the
public.
GALLIPOLIS — May 2-5,
First
Church
of
the
Nazarene, 1110 First Ave.,
Gallipolis. Service times,
10:40 a.m. and 6 p.m. May
2; 7 p.m. May 3-5. Rev. Billy
Huddleston preaching. Info:
(740) 446-1772.
Tuesday, May 4
GALLIPOLIS — Washington Elementary School kindergarten registration. Call for appointment, 446-3213.
GALLIPOLIS — The Holzer Clinic
Retirees will meet at the Holiday Inn
parking lot at 11:15 a.m. to carpool to
the Wild Horse for lunch at noon.
RIO GRANDE — Community Fun
Night, 4-9 p.m., Bob Evans Restaurant, Ohio 588, Rio Grande. 15 percent of proceeds from sales will be
donated to Vinton Elementary Playground Committee. Info: (740) 3888261 or (740) 794-0551.
Saturday, May 8
GALLIPOLIS — Animal Welfare
League fundraiser, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 1031
Second Ave. Proceeds benefit
spay/neuter assistance program. Donations appreciated. Rain will cancel. Call
441-1647 for additional information.
Friday, May 14
GALLIPOLIS — O.O. McIntyre Park
District regular board meeting, 11
a.m., Park District office, Gallia Coun-
ty Courthouse.
GALLIPOLIS — Gallia Soil and Water
Conservation District board meeting,
1:30 p.m., C.H. Mckenzie Ag Center, 111
Jackson Pike, Suite 1569, Gallipolis.
Saturday, May 15
GALLIPOLIS — Animal Welfare
League fundraiser, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., 1031
Second Ave. Proceeds benefit
spay/neuter assistance program. Donations appreciated. Rain will cancel. Call
441-1647 for additional information.
Saturday, May 29
CROWN CITY — Brush College One
Room School House Reunion, noon,
Providence Baptist Church, 3570 Teens
Run Road, Crown City. Potluck lunch
wil be served at 12:30 p.m. All alumni,
family and friends invited. Info: Larae
Schraeder at 614-657-8032.
GALLIPOLIS — River Valley High School
Class of 2000 10-year reunion, 7-11 p.m.,
Elks Farm, Ohio 588, Gallipolis. RSVP by
May 1.Send $20 admission fee to Allison Terry, 534 Charlois Lake Dr., Bidwell, OH 45614.
Info: [email protected]
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T O DAY I N H I S T O RY
Today is Wednesday, April 28, the 118th day of 2010.
There are 247 days left in the year.
Today’s Highlight in History:
On April 28, 1758, the fifth president of the United
States, James Monroe, was born in Westmoreland
County, Va.
On this date:
In 1788, Maryland became the seventh state to ratify
the U.S. Constitution.
In 1789, the mutiny on HMS Bounty took place as the
crew of the British ship set Capt. William Bligh and 18
sailors adrift in a launch in the South Pacific. (Bligh and
most of the men with him managed to reach Timor in 47
days.)
In 1918, Gavrilo Princip, the assassin of Archduke
Franz Ferdinand of Austria and the archduke’s wife,
Sophie, died in prison of tuberculosis.
In 1940, Glenn Miller and his Orchestra recorded
“Pennsylvania 6-5000” for RCA Victor.
In 1945, Italian dictator Benito Mussolini and his mistress, Clara Petacci, were executed by Italian partisans
as they attempted to flee the country.
In 1958, the United States conducted the first of 35
nuclear test explosions in the Pacific Proving Ground as
part of Operation Hardtack I. Vice President Richard
Nixon and his wife, Pat, began a goodwill tour of Latin
America that was marred by hostile mobs in Lima, Peru,
and Caracas, Venezuela.
In 1967, heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad
Ali refused to be inducted into the Army, the same day
General William C. Westmoreland told Congress the
U.S. “would prevail in Vietnam.”
In 1980, President Jimmy Carter accepted the resignation of Secretary of State Cyrus R. Vance, who had
opposed the failed rescue mission aimed at freeing
American hostages in Iran. (Vance was succeeded by
Edmund Muskie.)
In 1988, a flight attendant was killed and more than 60
persons injured when part of the roof of an Aloha
Airlines Boeing 737 tore off during a flight from Hilo to
Honolulu.
In 1990, the musical “A Chorus Line” closed after
6,137 performances on Broadway.
Ten years ago: Five people, targeted for being minorities, were killed in a shooting rampage in suburban
Pittsburgh; a suspect, Richard Baumhammers, was
arrested. (He was later convicted and sentenced to
death.)
Five years ago: A military jury at Fort Bragg, N.C. sentenced Army Sgt. Hasan Akbar to death for the 2003
murders of two officers in Kuwait. More than 100 volunteers joined police in Duluth, Ga. in searching for
Jennifer Wilbanks, a bride-to-be who had vanished two
days earlier. (Wilbanks turned up in Albuquerque, N.M.,
having run away on her own.)
One year ago: Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania
defected from the Republican Party, joining the
Democrats.
Thought for Today: “If youth only had a chance or
old age any brains.” — Stephen Leacock, Canadian
humorist-educator (1869-1944).
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T H E I M M I G R AT I O N D E B AT E
How Arizona became ground zero
BY JONATHAN J. COOPER
AND AMANDA LEE MYERS
ASSOCIATED PRESS
The frustration had been building
for years in Arizona with every drugrelated kidnapping, every home invasion, every “safe house” discovered
crammed with illegal immigrants
from Mexico.
The tensions finally spilled over
this month with passage of the
nation’s toughest law against illegal
immigration, a measure that has put
Arizona at the center of the heated
debate over how to deal with the millions of people who sneak into the
U.S. every year.
A number of factors combined to
produce the law: a heavily conservative Legislature, the ascent of a
Republican governor, anger over the
federal government’s failure to secure
the border, and growing anxiety over
crime that reached a fever pitch last
month with the slaying of an Arizona
rancher, apparently by an illegal
immigrant.
“It’s something that should have
been taken care of for years. It’s not
something we can keep slacking on,”
said Thomas Fitch, whose neighborhood was the site of a raid last month
that netted 11 illegal immigrants in a
safe house. “At the rate we’re going
now, it’s going to get a lot worse.”
The new law makes it a state crime
to be in the U.S. illegally and directs
police to question people about their
immigration status if there is reason
to suspect they are illegal.
Critics warned that the law could
result in racial profiling and other
abuses, and they are planning a legal
challenge and a November referendum to overturn the measure.
Supporters of the law say it is a commendable effort to combat what is
fast becoming a scourge in the U.S.
Arizona is the biggest gateway into
the U.S. for illegal immigrants. The
state is home to an estimated 460,000
illegal immigrants — a population
larger than that of entire cities such as
Cleveland, St. Louis and New
Orleans.
The
Republican-dominated
Legislature has backed a series of
tough immigration measures in the
past decade, only to have the most
aggressive efforts thwarted by thenGov. Janet Napolitano, a Democrat.
But the political stars aligned this
year for the GOP. President Barack
Obama appointed Napolitano to his
Cabinet, clearing the way for
Republican Secretary of State Jan
Brewer to take over as governor. The
GOP made a headlong rush back into
the immigration debate, and Brewer
signed the bill last week.
The law reflects frustration with
what many lawmakers see as inaction
by the federal government.
“While the Bush administration
dropped the ball on border security
and illegal immigration, the Obama
administration can’t even find it,”
said GOP state Rep. John Kavanagh.
He said lawmakers also felt compelled to act because more immigrants will come to the U.S. as the
economy improves and there is a
“smell of amnesty in the air” under
the Obama administration.
Over the past three years, federal
agents have made 990,000 arrests of
immigrants crossing the border illegally in Arizona, or an average of 900
a day. The figures represent 45 percent of all arrests of illegal immigrants along U.S. borders.
Authorities routinely come across
safe houses and vehicles jammed
with immigrants across the vast
Arizona desert. Last week, 67 illegal
immigrants were found crammed
inside a U-Haul truck — a fairly typical scenario in the state.
“We’re on a hampster wheel here.
We’re chasing our tail until that border is secured,” said Pinal County
Sheriff Paul Babea, whose territory
includes busy smuggling corridors.
The volume of drugs coming
through the Arizona border is also
eye-popping. Federal agents seized
1.2 million pounds of marijuana last
year in Arizona. That amounts to an
average of 1.5 tons per day.
Pot busts have become so common
that until recently federal prosecutors
in Arizona generally declined to press
charges against marijuana smugglers
caught with less than 500 pounds.
Phoenix has also been dubbed the
kidnapping capital of the U.S. amid a
surge of extortion-related abductions
tied to drugs and human smuggling.
The city has averaged about a kidnapping a day in recent years — some
resulting in torture and death.
Victims’ legs have been burned with
irons, their arms have been tied to the
ceiling, their fingers broken with
bricks.
The anger over immigration-related
violence reached a boiling point in
late March when a popular cattle
rancher named Rob Krentz was
gunned down along with his dog on
his property near the border. With
authorities suspecting an illegal
immigrant, politicians seized on the
killing to argue that border security is
dangerously weak.
There has long been strong public
support in Arizona for a crackdown.
In 2004, Arizona voters easily
approved a law that denies some welfare benefits to illegal immigrants. It
passed with 55 percent of the vote. In
2006, lawmakers put four immigration measures on the ballot, including
ones that would deny other government benefits to illegal immigrants
and make English the official language. Each measure passed with at
least 70 percent.
At the same time, Maricopa County
Sheriff Joe Arpaio carved out a reputation as a national leader on illegal
immigration, routinely carrying out
raids in Hispanic neighborhoods that
have prompted a federal investigation. He was elected to a fifth term in
2008.
As the backlash grows over the law,
people like Natalia Garcia are closely
watching to see how it plays out. She
and her husband are illegal immigrants and are afraid that they will get
swept up.
“It’s taking away our human rights
because we have brown skin,” she
said in Spanish while shopping at a
Phoenix grocery store, adding that
they will move their family back to
Mexico if arrested. “Although we’ll
live poor, it’s better to be together.”
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Obituaries
R. Dylan Stumbo, 15, Crown City, “Went To be with The
Lord” on Saturday April 24, 2010, at Holzer Medical Center. Born June 14, 1994, in Crown Point, Ind., he was the
son of Ernest F. Stumbo and Vikki P. Rake Stumbo of
Crown City, Ohio.
Dylan was a ninth grade
student at South Gallia High
School, where he was a
enthusiastic drum player,
playing in the marching
band. He was an all-around
athlete, playing on the South
Gallia JV basketball team
and on the junior high football team. He also enjoyed
playing baseball and riding
dirt bikes. He was an honorary Marine and a member
of Providence Missionary
Baptist Church.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister,
Tiffany Hurst of Crown City; his grandmother, Edith Stumbo of Crown City; and by several aunts, uncles, cousins and
friends.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday May 1,
2010, at Waugh-Halley-Wood Funeral Home, 810 Second
Ave., Gallipolis, with Pastor Troy Delaney officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery.
Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Dylan’s
memory to The National Children’s Cancer Society, 1
South Memorial Drive, Suite 800 St. Louis, MO 63102.
An online guest registry is available at waugh-halleywood.com.
Deaths
Clovie Edith ‘Pet’ Brown
Clovie Edith “Pet” Brown, 85, Vinton, died Tuesday,
April 27, 2010, at Holzer Medical Center. Arrangements will be announced by McCoy-Moore Funeral Home,
Vinton Chapel.
Regina Justice
Regina Justice, 79, Bidwell, Evergreen Community, died
Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at her residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Cremeens Funeral Chapel.
Local Stocks
Ohio Valley Banc Corp. (NASDAQ) — 20.38
BBT (NYSE) — 32.56
Peoples (NASDAQ) — 17.51
Pepsico (NYSE) — 64.23
Premier (NASDAQ) — 10.07
Rockwell (NYSE) — 61.27
Rocky Boots (NASDAQ) — 10.30
Royal Dutch Shell — 61.07
Sears Holding (NASDAQ) —
118.51
Wal-Mart (NYSE) — 54.04
Wendy’s (NYSE) — 5.31
WesBanco (NYSE) — 17.51
Worthington (NYSE) — 15.95
Daily stock reports are the 4
p.m. ET closing quotes of transactions for April 27, 2010, provided by Edward Jones financial advisors Isaac Mills in Gallipolis at (740) 441-9441 and
Lesley Marrero in Point Pleasant
at (304) 674-0174. Member SIPC.
Gallia County Forecast
Wednesday...Areas of
frost before 9am. Otherwise,
sunny, with a high near 65.
Calm wind becoming west
between 7 and 10 mph.
Wednesday night...Mostly clear, with a low around
37. West wind between 4 and
7 mph becoming calm.
Thursday...Sunny, with a
high near 74. South southwest
wind between 3 and 9 mph.
Thursday night...Partly
cloudy, with a low around
48. South southwest wind
around 7 mph.
Friday...Mostly sunny,
with a high near 81.
Friday
night...Partly
cloudy, with a low around 58.
Saturday...A chance of
showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a high
near 79. Chance of precipitation is 40 percent.
ATV
from Page A1
With the theft of ATVs on
the rise, Browning said
locating a stolen ATV is
very difficult since the
majority are used on private
property.
If a vehicle carrying an
ATV is pulled over for a
legal reason, the deputy will
run the serial number, said
Browning.
“ATVs are thousands of
dollars on wheels that can
disappear in an instant,”
said Browning.
Browning urges residents
to secure their ATVs with a
chain and lock even if in a
building and contact the
GCSO to report suspicious
persons attempting to sell
ATVs at (740) 446-6555.
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Local Briefs
R. Dylan Stumbo
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BorgWarner (NYSE) — 39.54
Century Aluminum (NASDAQ) —
13.83
Champion (NASDAQ) — 1.74
Charming Shops (NASDAQ) —
5.48
City Holding (NASDAQ) — 34.60
Collins (NYSE) — 64.84
DuPont (NYSE) — 39.40
US Bank (NYSE) — 26.23
General Electric (NYSE) — 18.70
Harley-Davidson (NYSE) —
33.98
JP Morgan (NYSE) — 42.41
Kroger (NYSE) — 22.91
Limited Brands (NYSE) — 27.75
Norfolk Southern (NYSE) —
59.65
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Saturday night...A chance
of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a
low around 59. Chance of
precipitation is 40 percent.
Sunday...A chance of
showers. Mostly cloudy,
with a high near 84. Chance
of precipitation is 30 percent.
Sunday night...A chance
of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with
a low around 61. Chance of
precipitation is 40 percent.
Monday...A chance of
showers. Mostly cloudy, with
a high near 81. Chance of
precipitation is 50 percent.
Monday night...A chance
of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with
a low around 52. Chance of
precipitation is 30 percent.
Tuesday...Mostly sunny,
with a high near 80.
Elections board
meeting
GALLIPOLIS — The
Gallia County Board of
Elections will meet at 9:30
a.m., Friday, April 30 in the
board offices for the regular
monthly meeting. The
Board will conduct public
Logic and Accuracy testing
at that time.
Hannan Trace
fundraiser
MERCERVILLE — The
Hannan Trace Youth Baseball Association is hosting a
basket games fundraiser
Saturday, May 1 at Hannan
Trace Elementary School.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m.
Games begin at 5 p.m. All
proceeds will benefit the
baseball association. For
ticket information, call Jennifer Ehman at 256-6390 or
(304) 633-3016.
GIB Planting
Day Saturday
GALLIPOLIS — Gallipolis In Bloom will host
Planting Day at 10 a.m.,
Saturday, May 1 in Gallipolis City Park. All participants are asked to meet at
the clock in the park on the
Second Ave. side to register
and receive their assignments. Each participant will
receive a Gallipolis In
Bloom T-shirt.
Groups that have planted
before and have a specific
area in which they would
like to plant should contact
Kim Canaday at 441-6010
or e-mail [email protected], or Bev Dunkle at
441-6015 or e-mail [email protected] Anyone
else with questions can also
contact Canaday or Dunkle.
Vinton Baptist
public meeting
VINTON — Vinton Baptist Church will host a public meeting at 7 p.m., Monday, May 3 regarding the
Field of Hope, located on
the former North Gallia
High School property. The
meeting will be held at the
church, located at 11818
Ohio 160. For information,
call 388-8454.
Community
Night at Bob
Evans
RIO GRANDE — Bob
Evans Restaurant in Rio
Grande will host a Community Fun Night from 4-9
p.m., Tuesday May 4 to
benefit the Vinton Elementary Playground Committee. The playground committee will receive 15 percent of sales when residents
present the fun night flyer
with their check. The flyers
must be presented in order
for the playground committee to receive the donation.
Flyers are available at Vinton Elementary School and
businesses throughout Gallia County. For information,
contact Vinton Elementary
School at (740) 388-8261.
AWL fundraiser
GALLIPOLIS — Animal
Welfare League volunteers
will host a fundraiser from 9
a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday,
May 8 and Saturday, May
15 at 1031 Second Ave.,
Gallipolis. All proceeds will
be used to help those who
qualify get their pets spayed
or neutered. Donations of
household items in good
condition would be appreciated. For information, call
Chris Myers Cozza at 4411647 for additional information. Event will be
rescheduled in case of rain.
Gallipolis
yard sale
GALLIPOLIS — The
City of Gallipolis community yard sale is scheduled for
Friday and Saturday, May
21-22. The yard sale will be
open from 9 a.m. to dusk
each day. There is no permit
fee for the yard sale and no
registration is required.
RVHS Class of
2000 reunion
GALLIPOLIS — The
River Valley High School
Class of 2000 will hold its
10-year reunion from 7-11
p.m., Saturday, May 29. The
event will be held at the
Elks Farm, Ohio 588, Gallipolis. The cost is $20 per
person. RSVP by May 1.
Send admission fee to Allison Terry, 534 Charlois
Lake Dr., Bidwell, OH
45614. For information, em
a
i
l
[email protected]
om.
Vinton Area
alumni dinner
V I N TO N — T h e Vi n ton Area Alumni Banquet is scheduled for 5
p . m . , S a t u r d a y, M a y
2 9 a t Vi n t o n E l e m e n tary School. All graduates from the area are
invited. Admission is
$15 per person.
The
reservation
d e a d l i n e i s T h u r s d a y,
May
20.
Checks
should be made out to
Vi n t o n A r e a A l u m n i
and mailed to Dianne
Russell, 158 Shively
Road,
Vi n t o n ,
OH
45686.
No reservations or
payemts
will
be
accepted at the door
the day of the banquet.
To
have
names
included in the memo-
rial,
call
Pearl
Cantrell at 388-8365
or 645-2885.
Smeltzer family
reunion
GALLIPOLIS — The
Smeltzer family reunion
will be held Saturday, July 3
(and possibly July 4) at
Raccoon Creek County
Park in Gallipolis.
For information or to
RSVP, contact Christine
Smith by e-mail at
[email protected]
, or at 614-333-3140.
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Gallipolis Daily Tribune
Feds to step up mine enforcement
BY SAM HANANEL
ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON — The government will start going directly to federal court to shut down mines that make
a habit of ignoring safety, the nation’s
top mine safety official told lawmakers Tuesday.
Joe Main, director of the Mine Safety and Health Administration, said his
agency has had the power to seek federal injunctions for years, but has never tried to use it.
“I can’t speak for past administrations,” Main said during the Senate’s
first hearing on the accident that killed
29 men. “We’re going to use it.”
Main also called for a slew of other
legal and regulatory reforms to beef up
safety enforcement in the wake of this
month’s deadly explosion at a mine in
West Virginia.
The Senate Health, Education,
Labor and Pensions Committee convened the hearing to look at weaknesses in current laws that encourage mine
operators and companies in other
industries to challenge safety violations to delay stiffer penalties.
More than a dozen family members
of the victims of past coal mine accidents clutched pictures of their loved
ones as they sat in the hearing room.
“There is unfortunately a population
of employers that prioritize profits
over safety and knowingly and repeatedly violate the law,” said Iowa Sen.
Tom Harkin, the committee chairman.
Harkin called the accident at the
Upper Big Branch mine “a tragic
example of the dangers of this
approach.”
The mine, owned by Massey Energy
Co., was repeatedly cited for problems
with its methane ventilation system
and other issues in the months leading
up to the accident. One category of
serious violations was nearly 19 times
higher than average.
But Main said Massey used a tactic
popular with some companies to avoid
being placed on notice of a “pattern of
violation” that could result in tougher
enforcement. Mining companies are
contesting hundreds of citations, creating a backlog that is overwhelming
government officials. The massive
backlog often delays a finding of a
pattern of violation.
Lawmakers heard from a coal miner
who said he used to work at the Upper
Big Branch mine but quit because he
claimed Massey tolerated unsafe
working conditions.
Jeffrey Harris, of Beckley, W.Va.,
said mine workers would take a number of gas monitors to check for gas
levels, but only report the lowest reading.
“They would take air readings until
they got the right one,” Harris said.
Harris said workers would tear
down ventilation curtains and rehang
them only when inspectors came.
Workers also shut down equipment
when inspectors were at the mine so
they couldn’t take readings while they
were mining, he said.
Main said he plans new rules to simplify the way his agency determines
whether a mine has a pattern of viola-
tions. He also called for new laws that
would grant MSHA power to subpoena documents during its investigations, enhance criminal penalties for
egregious violators and protect
whistleblowers.
Mining industry spokesman Bruce
Watzman said there is no need for new
regulations because MSHA already
has the enforcement tools it needs.
MSHA can use its existing authority to
close mines for imminent danger or
seek federal injunctions to shut down
problem mines, he said.
Watzman, a lobbyist for the National Mining Association, called for a
new, cooperative emphasis on safety
programs and warned that “regulations alone aren’t sufficient to bring
about continued improvement.”
Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., said
it’s unfortunate that lawmakers often
react to the latest disaster when deciding to improve worker safety laws.
“But it’s a heck of a motivator and it
makes us do things that we otherwise
might not have done,” Rockefeller
said.
United Mine Workers union president Cecil Roberts said he wants
CEOs and corporate boards of directors held accountable for work sites
that repeatedly violate safety and
health rules. He accused Massey of
operating under a rule of “fear and
intimidation” to prevent workers from
speaking out about safety problems.
The hearing did not focus on the
specific cause of the mine explosion,
which is still being investigated.
Fur from Page A1
The complaint states that
Daniels said he was “the
only candidate in the 127th
General Assembly awarded
the Watchdog of the Treasury,” while in fact there
were at least 16 Watchdog
winners, according to the
Ohio House Republican
Caucus blog.
The complaint also
accuses Daniels of misrepresenting his and Evans’
positions on “pork barrel
spending.” Additionally,
Evans’ complaint states
that Daniels wrongly
accused Evans of voting for
the Obama Stimulus, which
would have been impossible for Evans to do since
the stimulus is a piece of
federal legislation.
“This false attack from
Clyde Evans is despicable,” Daniels said after the
mailing was distributed. “I
have a clear voting record
of legislation that cracks
down on sexual predators
and I have always been a
strong advocate for protecting those that are most vulnerable in our society. This
mail piece is nothing but a
mudslinging effort by a
desperate politician who
will stop at nothing to try to
get elected.”
Richter said that the Ohio
Elections
Commission
could impose penalties
against the candidates, but,
according to state statute,
cannot impose monetary
fines. He said punishment
could include issuing a
public reprimand or allowing the fact that the commission found probable
cause against both campaigns to stand as punishment.
Richter also said that the
commission could refer the
matter to county prosecutors for further investigation, but emphasized that,
given the nature of the allegations made by Evans and
Daniels, he did not think
the commission would call
upon county prosecutors.
Evans represents the 87th
Ohio House District, which
includes Gallia, Jackson
and Vinton counties as well
as portions of Lawrence
and Ross counties. Evans is
in his fourth term in the
House.
Daniels represents the
86th Ohio House District,
which includes Clinton,
Highland and Pike counties. This is also Daniels’
fourth term in the House.
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Hometown news
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URG softball drops two to SSU, Page B2
LOCAL SCHEDULE
GALLIPOLIS — A schedule of upcoming high
school varsity sporting events involving teams
from Gallia, Mason and Meigs counties.
Wednesday, April 28
Baseball
South Gallia at Wahama, 5 p.m.
Gallia Academy at Meigs, 5 p.m.
Point Pleasant at Nitro, 6:30 p.m.
Eastern at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Coal Grove at River Valley, 5 p.m.
Softball
South Gallia at Wahama, 5 p.m.
Gallia Academy at Meigs, 5 p.m.
Point Pleasant at Wayne, 5:30 p.m.
Coal Grove at River Valley, 5 p.m.
Boys Tennis
Gallia Academy at Valley, 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 29
Baseball
Alexander at Meigs, 5 p.m.
Point Pleasant at Roane County, 5 p.m.
Waterford at Eastern, 5 p.m.
Cross Lanes Christian at Hannan, 6
p.m.
Southern at Miller, 5 p.m.
Rock Hill at River Valley, 5 p.m.
Softball
Green at South Gallia, 5 p.m.
Buffalo at Wahama, 5:30 p.m.
Waterford at Eastern, 5 p.m.
Southern at Miller, 5 p.m.
Alexander at Meigs, 5 p.m.
Rock Hill at River Valley, 5 p.m.
Track
Meigs at Vinton County Invitational,
4:30 p.m.
URG volleyball
camp dates set
B1
SPORTS
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Eastern rallies past
Lady Tornadoes, 11-7
BY SARAH HAWLEY
[email protected]
RACINE,
Ohio
—
Trailing by three going into
the sixth inning on Tuesday
evening, the Eastern Lady
Eagles tallied nine runs in
the sixth, going on to win by
a score of 11-7.
Southern’s
Maggie
Cummins set down the first
three Eastern batters of the
game, striking out one. The
Lady Tornadoes wasted no
time getting runs across the
plate, as Lindsay Teaford
scored in the bottom of the
first inning on an RBI double by Lynzee Tucker.
Eastern loaded the bases
in the second with a double
by Kasey Turley, a walk to
Tori Goble, and a single by
Britney Morrison, but could
not score.
Southern’s
Katelyn Hill doubled in the
second, but Turley struck
out three in the inning, leaving Hill on base. Both
teams went three up, three
down in the third.
Eastern again loaded the
bases in the fourth, with a
lead off single by Brooke
Johnson, Turley reaching on
an error, and a single by
Goble, but again did not
score.
Cummins lead off the
home half of the fourth with
a single, later coming
around to score on an RBI
single by Hill.
Eastern’s first runs of the
game came with two outs in
the fifth inning. Brenna
Holter singled, with Johnson
reaching on an error, followed by RBI singles by
Allie Rawson and Turley to
drive in the Lady Eagles’
runs.
Please see Rally, B2
Sarah Hawley/photo
Eastern’s Britney Morrison, left, slaps a bunt down the third base line off of Southern pitcher Maggie Cummins (4) during the second inning of Tuesday night’s TVC Hocking softball
contest at Star Mill Park in Racine, Ohio.
Angels outlast
Fairland in 8
RIO GRANDE, Ohio —
Spots are still available for
the 2010 University of Rio
Grande RedStorm girls’ volleyball camp this summer.
The camp for players in
grades 6-8 will be held June
27-29 inside the Newt Oliver
Arena on the campus of the
University of Rio Grande.
The camp for players in
grades 10-12 will be July 6-8.
The cost for both camps is
$200.
Take the opportunity to be
coached by and mentored by
southern Ohio’s finest in their
field.
Among the staff will be a
former All-American, a former All-Ohio player, conference players of the year and
NAIA national leaders in
their area of expertise.
To register contact Rio
Grande head coach Billina
Donaldson at (740) 988-6497
or
by
e-mail
at
[email protected]
Online registration is also
at www.rioredstorm.com on
the Rio volleyball page under
summer camp VB registration.
Eastern baserunner Titus Pierce, left, dives back into first base during a pickoff throw to Southern first baseman Jordon
Taylor, right, during the third inning of Tuesday night’s TVC Hocking baseball contest at Star Mill Park in Racine, Ohio.
URG soccer
camp registration
Eagles soar past Southern, 8-2
RIO GRANDE, Ohio —
The University of Rio
Grande men’s soccer program is currently is taking
applications for the 2010
summer camps. Information
and registration is online at
www.rioredstorm. com.
Rio will host a youth camp,
June 7-10 from 6-8 p.m.
June 20-24, Rio will conduct a team camp at
Hurricane
High
School/Middle School. A
girls’ high school team camp
will be held at Rio Grande,
July 11-15 and a boys’ high
school team camp will be
July 18-22.
For additional information
contact Rio Grande head soccer coach Scott Morrissey at
740-245-7126 or 740-6456438 or Rio Grande assistant
coach Tony Daniels at 740245-7493.
Wahama HOF
golf scramble
MASON, W.Va. — The
Wahama Athletic Hall of
Fame committee will be hosting a golf scramble on
Saturday May 8, 2010 at the
Riverside Golf Course in
Mason to raise money for its
inaugural hall of fame class
later this fall.
The proceeds generated
from the day on the links will
go towards the purchase of
awards for the selectees and
for the initial hall of fame
banquet.
Hole sponsors are needed
at $100.00 with the cost of
participating in the golf
scramble being $75.00 per
person or $300.00 per team.
Checks can be made out to
the Wahama Athletic Hall of
Fame and will be accepted at
the golf course.
BY BRYAN WALTERS
[email protected]
by Tyler Hendrix. Pierce
and John Tenoglia each
reached on errors, followed
by an RBI single by
Benedum.
The Eagles
scored three in the sixth
inning.
Southern had a trio of base
runners in the sixth inning,
but could not bring anyone
in to score.
Neither team scored in the
seventh inning, with Eastern
winning by a final score of
8-2.
Pierce pitched a complete
game, striking out five and
PROCTORVILLE, Ohio
— The Gallia Academy
softball team blew a tworun lead in
the bottom
of the seventh, but
rallied for
three scores
in the top
of
the
eighth to
claim
a
hard-fought
Ward
5-2 victory
over host
Fairland on
Tuesday
night during a nonconference
matchup in
Lawrence
County.
The visiting Blue
Angels (15Campbell
6) stormed
out to a 2-0 lead after a halfinning of play and the score
remained that way until the
last half of the seventh.
The Lady Dragons (9-9)
— who defeated GAHS by
a 2-1 margin in the season
opener at Memorial Field
— rallied back to score two
unearned runs in the seventh, tying the contest at
two apiece headed into
extra innings.
Gallia Academy, however, woke up its dormant
offense in the top of the
eighth, scoring three times
to take a 5-2 cushion into
the bottom half of the
frame.
Amy Noe started the lategame heroics by reaching
Please see Eastern, B2
Please see Angels, B2
Sarah Hawley/photo
BY SARAH HAWLEY
[email protected]
RACINE, Ohio — The
Eastern Eagles remain perfect in the TVC Hocking,
improving to 6-0, with an 82 victory over the Southern
Tornadoes (10-5, 5-2 TVC
Hocking)
on
Tuesday
evening.
Nik Brannon walked to
lead off the game for the visiting Eagles, but was left on
base as the next three hitters
were retired in order by
Southern starter Danny
Ramthun.
Taylor Deem led off the
bottom half of the inning
with a single for the
Tornadoes, but was tagged
out attempting to score.
Eastern again put its lead off
hitter on in the second, with
Andrew Benedum reaching
on an error, followed by a
walk to Chris Amsbary.
Striking out two of the next
three batters, Ramthun got
out of the inning without
scoring a run.
Titus Pierce singled in the
third and scored on a single
by Benedum.
Southern
scored its first run in the bottom of the third inning, with
Eric Buzzard scoring after
being hit by a pitch.
The Eagles scored four
runs in the top of the fourth
inning, with Ryan Shook,
Max Carnahan, Brannon,
and Pierce each scoring
runs. Southern was scoreless in the bottom of the
fourth leaving one on base.
Ramthun retired the
Eagles in order in the fifth,
before Southern scored its
second run of the game.
Greg Jenkins walked and
scored on an RBI single by
Taylor Deem.
Brannon led off the sixth
with reaching on an error,
followed by an RBI single
Cavs eliminate Bulls in five, 96-94
Cleveland to face Celtics in Round 2
CLEVELAND (AP) —
LeBron James just missed a
triple-double despite an
apparently sore right elbow,
and the Cleveland Cavaliers
advanced to a playoff date
with Boston by beating
Chicago 96-94 in Game 5 on
Tuesday night in perhaps
Vinny Del Negro’s final
game as Bulls coach.
James, favoring a tender
right elbow that appears to
hurt worse than he’s letting
on, scored 19 points — 16 in
the second half — and added
10 rebounds and nine assists
as the Cavs finally saddled
the stubborn Bulls to win the
series 4-1. Unable to lift his
right arm, James was forced
to shoot a free throw lefthanded with 7.8 seconds
left.
Antawn Jamison scored
25 points for Cleveland,
which will face the Celtics,
reuniting teams that don’t
like each other and who
played a testy seven-game
series in 2008.
Game 1 is Saturday.
“A lot of people are saying
they’re too old, but we know
they’re going to come out
and give us their best shot,”
said Jamison, who was not
with the Cavs the last time
Cleveland met Boston in the
postseason. “It’s going to be
a hard-fought series. It
should be fun.”
Derrick Rose scored 31
points and Luol Deng 26 for
the Bulls, who had several
shots roll in and out in the
final minutes.
Delonte West had 16
points and Shaquille O’Neal
added 14 while racking up
fouls against Chicago’s big
men.
The Cavs were intent on
closing out the series at
home but they couldn’t
shake the Bulls, who were
trying to send the series back
to Chicago for Game 6.
When Jamison buried a 3pointer with 3:30 left,
Cleveland was up 93-84,
and for the first time all
night Cavaliers fans finally
started thinking about a
matchup with the Celtics,
who eliminated Miami earlier.
The Bulls, though, had
other plans.
Deng hit a jumper and two
free throws before Rose,
who
made
Cleveland
defenders look silly all
series, made four straight
from the line to pull the
Bulls within 93-92 with 1:32
remaining. Two free throws
by James then gave
Cleveland a three-point lead
with 1:11 left.
Rose then tried a short
shot in the lane that went
halfway down before spinning out.
Cleveland’s Mo Williams,
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
Please see Cavs, B2
Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT
Cleveland Cavaliers' Shaquille O'Neal is fouled by Chicago
Bulls Brad Miller, left, in the second quarter of Game 5 in
opening-round NBA playoff action at Quicken Loans Arena
in Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesday.
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www.mydailytribune.com
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
RedStorm drops a pair to archrival SSU Eastern
BY MARK WILLIAMS
SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE
WEST PORTSMOUTH,
Ohio — The University of
Rio Grande RedStorm softball team lost both ends of a
doubleheader on Tuesday
afternoon
to
archrival
Shawnee State at Boone
Coleman Field in the regular
season finale. Rio lost game
one, 4-2 in 10 innings in
walk-off fashion and was
blanked 1-0 in game two.
Rio Grande (29-21) managed only one hit in the game
one defeat as the offense was
next to non-existent against
Shawnee State pitching.
Junior shortstop Amber
Bowman had the only hit for
Rio and it came in the ninth
inning. After two runners had
reached base on errors,
Bowman doubled home both
runs to give Rio Grande a 2-0
lead and a seemingly sure-fire
victory.
However, it was not to be as
Shawnee State (24-21)
answered with two runs in the
bottom of the ninth off Rio
starter and tough luck loser
Anna Smith, who is the reigning Mid-South Conference
Pitcher of the Week.
Smith (16-14) allowed
three doubles in the bottom
half of the inning that tied the
Cavs
from Page B1
who shot a dismal 2 for 13,
then missed a baseline runner but the ball went out of
Angels
from Page B1
safely on a one-out error,
then Morgan Leslie was hit
by a pitch — giving the
guests two baserunners.
Heather Ward followed
with a two-RBI double,
plating Noe and Leslie for a
4-2 cushion.
Ward later came around to
score on a Claudia Farney
single, allowing the Angels
to take a 5-2 advantage
through seven-and-a-half
frames.
Rally
from Page B1
The Lady Tornadoes battled back in the bottom half
of the inning, adding three
runs, to take a 5-2 lead.
Breanna Taylor started the
inning with a single,
Teaford
walked,
and
Tucker got on by an error.
Tucker drove in Taylor,
and a two RBI double by
Cummins brought Teaford
and Morgan McMillan
(courtesy
runner
for
Tucker) around to score.
The Lady Eagles began
the top of the sixth with a
walk to Morrison, and
Jenah
Sampson
and
Hayley Gillian reaching on
errors. Holter and Johnson
each drew walks, bringing
Morrison and Sampson
around to score. RBI singles
by Rawson and
Turley brought Gillian and
Holter across the plate, and
a walk to Goble scored
Johnson. Morrison hit a
bases loaded triple in her
second at bat of the inning
to
score
Rawson,
Cheyenne Doczi (courtesy
game at 2-2. Smith’s line for
the game read nine innings,
nine hits, four runs, nine
strikeouts and five walks.
SSU would win the game in
walk-off fashion in the bottom
of the 10th inning on a tworun home run from Brooke
Baker. Baker had a big game,
collecting three of the nine
Lady Bear safeties.
Katie Daniel (11-12) went
the distance to get the win for
Shawnee State. She allowed
one hit and two unearned runs
in 10 innings, posting nine
strikeouts and did not walk a
batter.
Game two was a close
encounter with Rio Grande
tallying four hits while
Shawnee State registered only
three.
Shawnee scratched out a
run in the bottom of the second inning and made it stand
up for the doubleheader
sweep of Rio Grande. Sam
Attinger reached on an error
to start the frame. One out
later she stole second and then
scored on a base hit off the bat
of Ashley Speas.
Freshman
centerfielder
Jessica Gall was 1-for-2 with
a stolen base to lead Rio
Grande. Freshman designated hitter Mackenzie Rucker,
sophomore first baseman
Chelsie Brooks and freshman
second baseman Katie Fuller
were all 1-for-3.
Sophomore hurler Allison
Mills deserved a better fate as
she lost the pitcher’s duel with
Shawnee’s Ali Thompson.
Mills (13-6) allowed three hits
and one unearned run in six
innings of pitching. She
fanned two and walked one.
Thompson (13-9) blanked
the RedStorm on four hits
while striking out three and
walking one.
Rio Grande and Shawnee
State split the season series
with each school sweeping a
doubleheader at home.
The RedStorm are the No. 4
seed in the upcoming MidSouth
Conference
Tournament and will square
off with No. 5 Cumberlands
(KY) in the first round on
Friday (April 30) at 12 p.m.
Rio and Cumberlands split the
season series at two games
apiece.
Notes: The University of
Rio Grande’s Anna Smith is
the Mid-South Conference
Softball Pitcher of the Week,
the conference announced on
Monday. This is the final
weekly regular season award
of the year.
The conference’s weekly
award is the third this season
for Smith.
Smith hurled a pair of com-
bounds off Chicago’s
Joakim Noah. The Bulls did
get the ball back on a steal,
but Rose forced up an awkward left-handed layup over
Anderson Varejao that was
short.
James
grabbed
the
rebound and was fouled. He
made his first attempt to
make it 96-92, but with his
elbow causing him pain, he
tried his second shot lefthanded and it was way off
the mark.
Down four, the Bulls got
a layin by Deng just before
the buzzer.
FHS went down in order
in its half of the eighth,
allowing GAHS to avenge
that earlier setback with a
three-run triumph.
The Angels produced 10
hits and committed two
errors in the victory, while
Fairland knocked out seven
hits and committed three
errors. Both GAHS and the
Lady Dragons stranded
eight baserunners in the
contest.
Ward, Farney and Kari
Campbell all led the Angels
with two hits, followed by
Mattie Lanham, Hannah
Cunningham,
Courtney
Shriver
and
Amanda
McGhee with one safety
apiece.
Woodall
and
Phillips both led FHS with
two hits each.
Ward was the winning
pitcher of record, allowing
zero earned runs and two
walks over eight innings
while striking out seven.
Sashe Burcham took the
loss after surrendering three
earned runs and zero walks
over eight innings, striking
out 10 in the process.
runner for Turley), and
Goble. A sacrifice by Sami
Cummins scored Morrison
for the second time in the
inning.
Turley struck out all
three Southern batters in
the sixth. Rawson walked
in the seventh, but did not
score as the Lady Eagles
held an 11-5 advantage.
Tucker and Cummins
each singled in the seventh, with Cheyene Dunn
reaching on an error that
sent Brooke Chadwell
(courtesy
runner
for
Tucker) and Cummins
around to score.
Turley pitched a complete game, striking out 11,
walking two, and allowing
10 hits. Cummins pitched
all seven innings, striking
out four, walking five, and
allowing 12 hits.
Eastern was led at the
plate by Turley with three
hits, including a double.
Morrison and Rawson each
had two hits, while Gillian,
Holter, Johnson, Goble,
and Sampson, each had
one hit.
The Lady Tornadoes
were led in hits by
Cummins and Hill with
three hits each, including a
double each. Tucker had a
single and double, while
Taylor, Teaford, and Dunn
each had one hit.
Southern travels to
Miller on Wednesday
evening at 5 p.m., with
Eastern goes to Trimble on
Monday.
plete game wins while allowing just one run to earn MSC
Pitcher of the Week honors.
The Ross, Ohio, sophomore
scattered nine hits in her 14
innings of work.
Smith completed the week
with a 0.50 earned run average and 12 strikeouts.
For the season, Smith
should be in line for All-MSC
honors with a 16-13 record
and a 1.88 ERA. She has
recorded 164 strikeouts this
season, which is a new school
record.
from Page B1
walking six, while allowing
five hits.
Ramthun pitched five
plus innings, striking out
four, walking three, and
allowing five hits. Kyle
Cunningham pitched the
final two innings, striking
out two and allowing one
hit.
Eastern was led in hits
by Benedum with three
singles.
Brannon,
Hendrix, and Pierce each
had a single.
Southern was led by
Deem with two singles.
Michael Manuel, Jordon
Taylor, and Buzzard each
had a single.
Southern travels to
Miller on Wednesday at 5
p.m., with Eastern traveling
to
Buffalo
on
Wednesday.
EASTERN 8, SOUTHERN 2
Eastern
001 403 0 — 8 6 1
Southern
001 010 0 — 2 5 7
EASTERN (9-4, 6-0 TVC Hocking): Titus
Pierce and Colin Connolly.
SOUTHERN (10-5, 5-2 TVC Hocking):
Danny Ramthun, Kyle Cunningham (6),
and Dustin Salser.
WP — Pierce; LP — Ramthun.
GALLIA ACADEMY 5,
FAIRLAND 2
Gallipolis
200 000 03 — 5 10 2
Fairland
000 000 20 — 2 7 3
WP — Heather Ward; LP — Sashe
Burcham.
EASTERN 11, SOUTHERN 7
Eastern
000 029 0 — 11 12 4
Southern 100 130 2 — 7 10 4
EASTERN (17-4, 7-1 TVC Hocking):
Kasey Turley and Allie Rawson.
SOUTHERN (6-7, 2-5 TVC Hocking):
Maggie Cummins and Lynzee Tucker.
WP — Turley; LP — Cummins.
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106 Mabelline Dr. Gallipolis. 2BR, 1BA, Full
Basement.
Remodeled
kitchen. 1 Car Garage.
Cent. air. All app. stay.
$89,900. 740-645-7965.
12 Unit Apt. Complex.
$316,000. 446-0390.
Houses For Sale
2006 3BR 2.5BA Green
Twp. Living Room w/Fire
Place,
Family
Room,
Separate Dining Room,
Spacious
Kitchen
w/Granite Countertop &
Island in the Middle &
Hardwood
Cabinets,
Laundry Room 72'x27' w/
27'x50' Attached Garage
3.5 Car. Beautiful View in
Country w/2.38 Acres.
Priced
to
sell
PH.
740-339-2780. Must see
to appreciate. No realtors
and no land contracts.
Serious callers only.
Pictures that
have been
placed in ads at
the Gallipolis
Daily Tribune
must be picked
within 30 days.
Any pictures
that are not
picked up will be
discarded.
Land (Acreage)
Wanted
Pets
Want to do house cleaning for ladies @ $5.00/hr
+ transportation. Come
by or write me @ Emma
Gingerich,
37500
SR
143, Pomeroy, OH.
Want To Buy
Free cute fluffy adorable Oiler's Towing. Now buykittens all colors litter trn. ing junk cars w/motors or
304-440-4341
w/out. 740-388-0011 or
740-441-7870.
Poodle
Puppy,
ckc
miniature
male
black
Yard Sale
w/some light brown &
white markings. When
300
2 fam sale Fri 4/30, 8-4 &
Services
grown will weigh approx.
Sat 5/1, 8-1 100 Head
16 - 20 lbs., has shots &
Rd. Vinton. SR 160 apvet checked. Does not
prox. 3 mi past intersecHome Improvements
shed, non allergenic &
tion at SR 554 turn (R)
very smart $250. Call
John's Construction
on Thompson Rd. first
1-740-992-7007.
30 yrs. exp, Insured, Sid(L) is Head Rd. 1st driveing, Roofing, Remodelway on (R). Signs posted
700
ing, ref. available. Call
Agriculture from 4 way stop at 554 &
740-367-0437 or
160. Boys/girls clothes,
740-339-3593
toys little to teen, lots of
household misc, baby
Farm Equipment
Lawn Service
bedding set.
STIHL Sales & Service
Call for FREE Estimate. Now Available at Carmi- 3 family yard sale. 15
Lawn mowing and weed chael
Equipment Ann Dr-7 South. April 30,
eating. 740-388-0320
May 1, 3. 8am-5pm
740-446-2412
Garden & Produce
Best Lawn Care now
making appointments for
this week for all your
lawn care needs. Please
call 740-645-1488.
Complete Mowing Service, Call for FREE Estimates, 740-446-3682.
J&M Lawncare Service.
Free
estimates.
Call
(304) 444-7911.
Lawn
Care
Service,
Mowing, Trimming, Free
estimates.
Call
740-441-1333
or
740-645-0546
Will repair lawnmowers &
will pay up to $200 for
junk
cars.
Call
740-441-1306
or
740-645-1794
600
Animals
Horses
1/2 Welch Pony, 1/2
Quarter Horse 8yr old.
Green broke. $250 OBO.
24 ft. swimming pool,
everything
inc.
$600
OBO. 740-590-9095
Yard Sale
5 Family Garage Sale
4-29 through 5-1. 4466
SR 554, Womens med.
-plus size, Boys 8 - 10,
Girls 12-14, Boys & girls
18-24 mo., high chair,
booster seat high chairs,
infant car seat, TOYS,
home
interior/decorations, comforter/king, fire
proof safe, scrubs, misc.
Fri. Apr. 30, Sat. May 1.
Big man's clothes, Tools,
Household Goods, Misc.
2562 SR 325. 2.5 mi. S
of Rio.
Campers / RVs &
Pets
AKC 8 mo. old Toy
Want To Buy
Yorkie. House trained w/
crate. Excellent pet. Must
sell $350. 304-633-6589.
Absolute Top Dollar - silver/gold
coins,
any
10K/14K/18K gold jewFREE 6 week old kittens,
elry, dental gold, pre
to a good home. Call
1935
US
currency,
740-446-0947.
proof/mint
sets,
diamonds, MTS Coin Shop.
Kittens all colors litter 151 2nd Avenue, Gallipolis. 446-2842
trained 304-593-2641
Real Estate
Rentals
Apartments/
Townhouses
Beautiful 1BR apartment
in the country freshly
painted very clean W/D
hook up nice country setting only 10 mins. from
town. Must see to appreciate. Water pd. $375/mo
614-595-7773
or
740-645-5953
N. 4th Ave., Middleport,
2 br. furnished apt., dep.
&
ref.,
No
pets,
740-992-0165
Apartment available now
Riverbend
Apts.
New
Haven WV. Now accepting
applications
for
HUD-subsidized,
one
Bedroom Apts. Utilities
included. Based on 30%
of adjusted income. Call
304-882-3121,
available
for Senior and Disabled
Moving sale, Sat. 5-1, 2 river camp sites for people.
9:00 am, furniture, boys rent , full hook up, call af& a veriaty women's ter 7:30, 740-992-5956
clothes, rabbit cage, 109
42' 2005 Pilgram travel
Sycamore St., Pomeroy
trailer,
$16,500
OBO,
Multi-family garage sale, (740)992-3465
rain or shine, Noble
Summit Rd., Middleport,
Newly decorated 1 bedMotorcycles
Fri-Sat April 30-May 1,
room ref.and deposit req.
lots of stuff including 2004 Honda VT 600 no pets 304-675-5162
baby/toddler clothing
Shadow 3900 mi, $2500.
BEAUTIFUL 1 & 2 BR
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APTS., Jackson Estates,
ing, kids gymboree, Little a message .
52
Westwood
Dr.,
Tykes, wood dollhouse,
740-446-2568.
Equal
stroller, knick knacks, & 2000
Automotive Housing
Opportunity.
more, Mahr residence,
This institution is an
32001 Lasher Rd, Rutequal opportunity proland, Oh, April 28-29, 8-?
Autos
vider and employer.
31 Burdette Addt. tools
Explorer,
4-Door, Gracious Living 1 and 2
toys jewlery clothes tires 01
chairs size 33 albums 4WD, 2nd Owner, All Re- Bedroom Apts. at Village
and
Riverside
electronics
9-2
April cords, Very Clean. Ask- Manor
ing $4500. 256-6936
Apts.
in
Middleport.
24,29&30
740-992-5064.
Equal
Name brand adult & chil- Quality Cars & Trucks Housing
Opportunity.
dren clothing, wooden w/warranty all priced to This institution is an
doll
house,
strollers, sell, 15 yrs. in business. equal opportunity proknick knacks & more. Cook Motors, 328 Jack- vider and employer.
32001 Lasher Rd., Rut- son Pike,
land, OH April 28th & Gallipolis,
OH Modern 1BR apt. Call
740-446-0390
29th, 8 - ??
740-446-0103.
Fri. April 30, Sat. May
Trailers
1st, 2 mi above Tuppers
Appliances
Plains off St Rt 7 watch 1977 Homette 14 X 70 3
Giveaway-1955
ERA for signs two many items BR Trailer, New Underpinning & new installaCrosley
Refridgerator to list, 9-4
NOT
Energy
Efficient Garage sale, April 29, tion. $5000 OBO, 1 full
740-446-0232
30, 341 Rutland St., BA. Call 740-388-0029
or 740-339-0604
large selection
Troyer's Bakery &
Crafts
636 Burnette Rd.,
Patriot, OH 45658,
Wagon Wheel Donuts
- Pies - Frypies Bread- Cinnamon
Rolls - Cookies - Bars
& More. From Gallipolis take 141 W (7
miles) to 775 (4 miles)
to Patriot Rd. (2 miles)
to Burmette Rd. (3/4
mile)
3500
2BR apts. 6 mi. from Holzer. some utilities pd. or
appliances
avail.
$450/mo
+
dep.
or
Garage Sale, Turn of Rt. 740-418-5288
7 at Meigs Memory Gar- 988-6130
dens. Go .25 mi, 1st
house on left at intersec- 1 BR and bath. first
tion. Apr. 29-30. 9-?. months rent & deposit.
Lots of childrens clothes, references required, No
and
clean.
adult, primitive, Christ- Pets
mas items and house 740-441-0245
235
Mulberry
Ave.,
Pomeroy, Thurs. & Fri., misc. Rain or shine.
Homegrown
Strawber- 9-5, lots of misc. items
Garage Sale. Apr. 30,
ries
available
at
April 30, May 1, Six fam- May 1, 8AM-4PM. Rain
McKean's Farm, Centenily garage sale, 822 Vine or Shine. 3047 Bulaville
ary. Gallipolis. 446-9442
Street, Racine, Caldwell Pk. 740-446-4620.
Hay, Feed, Seed, Grain residence, rain or shine
Yard Sale, 1144 2nd
Estate yard sale, 505 Ave. 4/29, 4/30, 5/1. 8-5.
Horse Bedding
Spring Ave.
Pomeroy, Something for everyone.
Pine Shavings delivered
Oh, April 28, 29, May 1,
bulk
Recreational
9-?, cash only
1000
513-218-1918
Vehicles
Fri 30. & Sat. 1st, 8-4,
Vine St., Racine, baby
900
Merchandise boy items, home goods
Miscellaneous
5.35 acres in Meigs
County, Ohio on New
Crew Rd., septic approved and all utilities
available,
asking
$20,000 or OBO, call
740-985-4300
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Apartments/
Townhouses
New 2 BR apt. W/D
Hookup,
Rio/Jackson
area. $525/mo + dep.
Call 740-645-1286
Sales
Help Wanted - General
New 3BR, 2BA
as low as $241.68
per mo. and 1563.00
down. WAC
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Employment
1
Bedroom
House
Drivers & Delivery
$275/month,
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Regional
Dump
and
740-256-6661
Pneumatic Tanker Drivers R&J Trucking Com1BR Furn. House on
pany in Marietta,OH is
Raccoon Rd. Ref & Sec.
searching for qualified
Dep.
$400.
(740)
CDL-A drivers for re446-1759
gional dump and pneu2 Br Gallipolis Ferry 740 matic tanker positions.
973-8999 $400.00 mth Qualified applicants must
be at least 23yrs have a
$400.00 deposit
minimum of 1 years of
2BR House on Bulaville safe commercial driving
Pike on corner of Bulav- experience in a truck,
certification,
ille Pk and 554. Ref. req. HazMat
clean MVR and good
+ dep. 388-1100
stability. We offer comNice 1BR house in Galli- petitive
benefits
plus
polis. Walk to everything 401(k) and vacation pay.
you need. Very clean Contact
Kent
at
unit, with new paint. 800-462-9365 to apply or
$275 per mo/$100 sec. go to www.rjtrucking.com
dep. Sorry, no pets. Call EOE
Wayne for information
404-456-3802.
4000
Manufactured
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Help Wanted - General
Accepting
applications
for housekeeping, laundry, and floorcare. ArLots
bors of Gallipolis. Apply
Trailer Lot for Rent - Ad- in person. No phone
dison Pike - $150/mo, calls, please. Apply at:
sec dep same.
Call 170 Pinecrest Dr. Gallipolis or fax to Attn: Sally
446-3644 for application.
at 446-9088.
Rentals
Single Trailer Lot on
Teen's Run Rd in Crown
City. $150/mo. Call Rex
Hazlett (757) 473-0947
Assemblers needed for
A.M. shift at local Manufacturing Company. Must
have HS Diploma/GED,
clean background and
Sales
pass
drug
screen.
NEW Modular Home with $9.25/pay. Qualified can2 car garage will custom didates call Kelly Servbuild on your lot call ices 1-800-295-9470.
304-736-3888
Registered
Nurse
needed for growing dialysis facility in Pt. Pleasant. Fax resume to (304)
675-1505
WITH
DELINQUENT
TAX LIENS
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE PURCUANT TO
SECTION 5721.18 OF
THE OHIO REVISED
CODE
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS AND
FORFEITURE
OF
PROPERTY
FOR
DELINQUENT LAND
TAXES, BY ACTION IN
REM BY THE COUNTY
TREASURER OF GALLIA COUNTY, OHIO.
Public notice is
hereby given that on
the 30th day of March,
2010, the County Treasurer of Gallia County,
Ohio, filed a complaint
in the Common Pleas
Court of Gallia County,
Ohio at Gallipolis, for
the foreclosure of liens
and forfeiture of property for delinquent
taxes, assessments,
charges, penalties, and
interest against certain
real property situated
in such county, as described in that complaint.
The object of the action is to obtain from
the Court a judgement
foreclosing the tax
liens against such real
estate, forfeiting the
property to the state,
and ordering the sale
of such real estate for
the satisfaction of the
tax liens on it.
Such
action
is
brought against the
real property only and
no personal judgement
shall be entered in it.
However, if pursuant to
the action, the property
is sold for an amount
that is less than the
amount of the delinquent taxes, assess-
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164 Fairview Rd.
Bidwell, OH 45614
River Valley
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Gallipolis, OH 45631
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Free Food and gifts, Prize Drawing
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Help Wanted
Help Wanted
Ohio Newspaper Association
lien upon, any parcel of
real property above
listed may file an answer in such action
setting forth the nature
and amount of interest
owned or claimed and
any defense or objection to the foreclosure
and forfeiture. Such answer shall be filed in
the office of the undersigned Clerk of the
Court, and a copy of
the answer shall be
served on the Prosecuting Attorney, on or
before 28 days after the
date of final publication
of this notice.
If no answer is filed
with respect to a parcel
listed in the complaint,
on or before the date
specified as the last
day for filing an answer, a judgement of
foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel.
Any parcel as to which
a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for
the satisfaction of the
taxes, assessments,
charges, penalties, and
interest, and the costs
incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due
and unpaid.
At any time prior to
the filing of any entry of
confirmation of sale,
any owner or lienholder of, or other person with an interest in,
a parcel listed in the
complaint may redeem
the parcel by tendering
to the Treasurer the
amount of taxes, assessments, charges,
penalties, and interest
due and unpaid on the
parcel, together with all
cost incurred in the
proceeding instituted
against the parcel
under Section 5721.14
of the Ohio Revised
Code. Upon the filing of
any entry of confirmation of sale, there shall
be no further equity of
redemption. After the
filing of any such entry,
any person claiming
any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any
parcel shall be forever
barred and foreclosed
of any such right, title,
or interest in, lien
upon, and any equity of
redemption in, such
parcel.
Noreen Saunders
Clerk of the Court
Common Pleas Court
Gallia County, Ohio
By:Crystal L. Cox
Deputy
APRIL 28, MAY 5, 12
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General repair
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Classifieds
ments, charges, penalties,
and
interest
against it, the Court, in
a separate order, may
enter a deficiency
judgement against the
owner of record of a
parcel for the amount
of the difference; if that
owner of record is a
corporation, the Court
may enter the deficiency
judgement
against the stockholder
holding a majority of
that
corporation’s
stock.
The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such
action; the full street
address of the parcel, if
available; a description
of the parcel as set
forth in the associated
delinquent land tax certificate or master list of
delinquent tracts; a
statement
of
the
amount of the taxes,
assessments, charges,
penalties, and interest
due and unpaid on the
parcel; and the name
and address of the last
known owner of the
parcel as they appear
on the general tax list;
and the names and addresses of each lienholder
and
other
person with an interest
in the parcel identified
in a statutorily required
title search relating to
the parcel; all as more
fully set forth in the
complaint, are as follows:
CASE NUMBER: 10 DT
02
NAME
OF
LAST
KNOWN LAND OWNERS: MARVIN AND
FRANCIS P. WALL
STREET ADDRESS OF
LAND: 0 RAND AVENUE, GALLIPOLIS,
OHIO 45631
PERMANENT PARCEL
NUMBER: 006-004-09500 & 006-004-096-00
DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL SET FORTH IN
MASTER LIST:
L 16 B 7 AND L 15 B 7
AMOUNT
DELINQUENT: $1,088.04
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
A complete legal description may be found
at the Gallia County
Recorder’s Office in
deed book Volume 278,
Page 743.
IF PURSUANT TO
THE ACTION THE PARCEL IS SOLD, THE
SALE SHALL AFFECT
OR EXTINGUISH ANY
LIEN OR ENCUMBRANCE WITH RESPECT
TO
THE
PARCEL.
Any person owning
or claiming any right,
title, or interest in, or
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PARCELS OF LAND
ENCUMBERED
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4/28/19341/20/2005
Dad, there is not a
day goes by that we
don’t think of you.
You are in our
hearts forever. We
love & miss you.
Your wife, children
and grandchildren
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TAXES BY ACTION IN
REM
Case No. 10 DT 02
STEVE MCGHEE
TREASURER OF GALLIA COUNTY
GALLIA
COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
GALLIPOLIS,
OHIO
45631
PLAINTIFF,
In Memory of Hollis Mooney
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IN THE COURT OF
COMMON
PLEAS,
GALLIA
COUNTY,
OHIO
IN THE MATTER OF
THE
FORECLOSURE
OF
LIENS AND
FORFEITURE
OF
PROPERTY
FOR
DELINQUENT
LAND
In Memory
In Memory
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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20 Yr. Warranty • 45 Yr. Warranty
None Warranty
Available in all colors
Cannon Ball Products - Fan Fold
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3 miles west of Centenary, OH
SPECIAL
29 ga. Rain Bow $1.05 @ L.ft
8’ to 10’ Ski lite $2.30 @ L.ft.
Ridge lite $20.00
Sunset Construction
Roofs, Remodeling, Garages,
Pole Buildings, Siding,
Decks, Drywall, Additions
and New Homes.
Insured- Free Estimates
740-742-3411
BULLETIN BOARDS
Wednesday- 20¢ wings all day
Thursday- All you can eat catfish $9.99
Friday- Lobster tail & Sirloin for $19.99
Saturday- Out for a Buck Band
Starts at 10pm
740-446-4430
The Purple Turtle’s
Spring Trollbeads
Trunk Show
April 29, 10-8
April 30-May 1, 10-5
20% off ONE
Vera Bradley item
Drawing for Autism Awareness
Raffle May 1st!!
Mother’s Day Gifts
Bandstand gift set or key finder,
purse hanger $19.95
Fleur de lis garden flags,
lovely seasonal photos of
bandstand, etc.
Join her in our lineage societies.
Very limited on sets and flags.
Call to reserve, 446-4242
Gallia Co. Genealogical Society
57 Court Wed-Fri. 10-4
U-STOR
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Bidwell, OH 45614
While supplies last, stop by or mail your
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Down Under
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195 Upper River Road
Gallipolis, Ohio 45631
(740) 446-9800
1-800-272-5179
Cliffside Golf Mens
League
Opening Day
Saturday, May 1
Sign up and play free golf
and free food
Homegrown Strawberries
available at McKean’s Farm.
Centenary Rd. Gallipolis
446-9442
Junior Miss River Recreation Contest
will be held Fri., July 2, 2010, 7:15 pm
Sign up at the following locations:
Area High Schools & Elementary Schools
and the Gallia Co. Chamber of Commerce
Deadline to apply is Friday, May 7th!!
Official Rules & Regulations can be
picked up at the Chamber of Commerce,
16 State Street, Gallipolis. Entry Fee:
$25.00 For more information Call Tonya
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if no answer)
(740) 446-4900
(740) 645-5900
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Water Damage Cleanup • Fire Damage
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Make us your one stop call
Owned and Operated by David Rice
740-709-1372 • 446-9523
25 Years Experience
GALLIPOLIS STORAGE
446-8592
Spring Valley Car Wash
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441-0440
Car wash now accepting all
major credit cards
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Specializing in Insurance Jobs including,
storm, wind & water damage.
Room Additions, Remodeling, Metal &
Shingle Roofs, New Homes, Siding,
Decks, Bathroom Remodeling.
Licensed & Insured
Rick Price - 17 yrs. Experience
WV#040954 Cell 740-416-2960
740-992-0730
Crown Excavating
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740-256-6456
5885 St. Rt. 218 • Gallipolis, OH
Now selling
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Bulk not bagged & Silica Gravel
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Four Wheel
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$27.50 + Tax $47.50 + Tax
We also do brakes, shocks,
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