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GSC Alumnus to Hold Homecoming Art Show

Oil paintings by Joseph Pettit will be on display in front of the Glenville State College Robert F. Kidd Library on Friday, October 10, 2014 from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM.

Additionally, there will be a drawing at the end of the event for a chance to win one of his paintings.

Everyone is welcome to stop by and enjoy the artwork.

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“We are excited that Joe will be showing his paintings in front of the library again this year. Homecoming is a great time for current and former students to see the talents of this GSC grad. I am looking forward to his new collection,” said GSC Staff Librarian Virginia Yeager.

Pettit began painting 17 years ago. He spent two years in the Army and then graduated from GSC in 1976. Pettit taught school for 10 years, worked at a saw mill for 25 years, and is now retired.

He currently resides in Sutton (Braxton County), West Virginia.

In the event of adverse weather, the show will be moved inside to the first floor of the library.

For more information, contact Yeager at or 304.462.6164.

G-otcha™: Glenville Woman Arrested for Embezzlement and Elder Abuse

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A Glenville, WV woman has been arrested and charged with Financial Exploitation of Elderly.

Janice Collins, age 67, closed a bank account of $121,000+ at Calhoun Banks that her mother had with her son since 1997.

Mother closed the account with the assistance of Collins and re-opened a new account at Calhoun Banks with Janice Collins as a second on the account.

The Mother is being treated for Dementia /Alzheimer’s disease.

On August 01, 2014, Collins wrote a check to herself in the amount of $100,000.00 from the account she opened with her mother.

According to Calhoun Banks Collins deposited this money into an account with only her name on it.

At this point the money was taken from the possession of its rightful owner, the Mother.

After interviewing a helper of Mother, the undersigned officer learned that Mother had been confused for a year or more.

This would indicate that the account that Mother had with her son which was opened in 1997 would have been before her symptoms started, and the closing of the account and re-opening with Collins would have occurred after her confusion started.

The undersigned officer interviewed the Mother at the onset of this investigation.

Mother stated that she did not authorize Janice Collins to take any money from her, nor did she authorize Janice Collins to open a checking account with her.

Mother stated that no one took her to the bank to open an account.

The undersigned officer viewed video footage from the bank which clearly showed Mother at the bank with Collins on July 25, 2014 opening the account.

The video of August 01, 2014 showed Collins came into the bank by herself without her mother to withdraw the $100,000.00 from her mother’s account.

This incident occurred in Gilmer County, WV at Calhoun Banks in Glenville, WV.

Collins faces felony charges under WV code 61-2-29b.

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Calhoun Bank, Gilmer County, October 2010,  Evidence shows cash was also withdrawn from the account of Willard Cottrill approximately 10 days before he died.  Interesting timing, and It would be interesting to see on video who exactly withdrew that money because it wasn’t. Willard.

By Curiouser  on  10.01.2014

Shhhchuss.  That’s part of Prosecutor Hough and Sheriff Gerwig investigation.

By Harold Robbins  on  10.01.2014

Why was nothing done about the A. J. Woofter estate? I guess that it has to do with who you are and how much political protection you get. Several robbed estates are known about with nothing having been done.

By Rabe M.  on  10.01.2014

Its quite apparent that the Bank notified authorities of this suspicious bank transaction.  Nothing new here with that.

This brings the obvious next question.  Who did the Bank notify when William Cottrill’s bank account was emptied?

That is where the cover up begins!

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State Halts Production at Antero Pad in Doddridge County

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Production at an Antero Resources well pad in Doddridge County has been halted after a drill collided with a well.

The Department of Environmental Protection issued a cease operations order to Antero following the accident last week at the Primm Pad near West Union, WV.

The department’s Office of Oil and Gas also issued a notice of violation and a pollution violation.

The drill collided with the well as Antero was drilling another well. The collision caused methane to be released from the existing well, DEP representatives told media outlets.

Another Antero well in production in the area, along with one that was abandoned, likely were affected by the accident and could be allowing the methane to flow elsewheres, DEP spokeswoman Kelley Gillenwater said.

A dozen private water wells in the area are being tested for methane, including three near the well pad that were disconnected as a precaution to prevent the gas from getting into the homes, Gillenwater said.

Antero is providing drinking water to the homes with private wells.

The extent of damage caused by the collision of the drill and the well has not been determined.

Antero reported the accident to the Office of Oil and Gas and is cooperating with the agency, said David Belcher, assistant chief of the Office of Oil and Gas.

Antero must contain any methane on the site, gain control of the well and demonstrate the ability to safely resume operations, Belcher said.

He said Antero and the DEP are monitoring the gas wells and the water wells.

GSC Announces 2014 Homecoming Schedule

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The Glenville State College Student Government Association and the Homecoming Committee have planned a number of activities for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends during the week of October 06, 2014 for GSC’s annual Homecoming celebration.

This year’s theme is ‘The Rise of the Pioneer.’ Honored guests will include GSC’s former Pioneers, who will also serve collectively as Parade Marshal for the Saturday morning parade.

Additionally, the Class of 1994 and Lambda Chi Alpha, Theta Xi, and Tau Kappa Epsilon members will be holding reunions.

Coronation of the Homecoming royalty will be held on Monday, October 06, 2014 at Noon in the Heflin Administration Building Presidents Auditorium followed by the always-popular Homecoming bingo game for students that evening.

The Lady Pioneer Volleyball team will take on West Liberty at 7:00 PM in the new Waco Center on Tuesday, October 07, 2014 and a comedian, scheduled by the Student Activities office, will have students laughing later on at 9:00 PM.

On Wednesday, October 08, 2014 the GSC Fitness Center will sponsor a ‘Glow Stick Homecoming 5K Run/Walk’ around campus beginning at 7:00 PM. Following that, students will enjoy Black Light Roller Skating in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom.

Thursday, October 09, 2014 includes the perennial campus favorite with the Sandy Sowell Game Show and Homecoming Picnic from 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM in the Luanna T. Smith Amphitheater. Students will wrap up Thursday evening with the annual Homecoming Dance.

GSC graduate Joseph Pettit (‘76) returns to the Robert F. Kidd Library for a showing of his artwork again this year. Stop by throughout the day on Friday, October 10, 2014 to see his paintings. Also on Friday the Men’s Pioneer Basketball team will sponsor the Homecoming Golf Tribute Tournament at the Glenville Golf Club. Registration begins at the golf course at 12:00 PM. For more information about the golf tournament contact Head Coach Stephen Dye at 304.462.6228.

Friday evening the Pioneer Athletic Club will hold its annual Pioneer Steak Grill “Grillin & Chillin” fundraiser beginning at 5:00 PM at the I.L. & Sue Morris Stadium. Starting at 7:00 PM back on campus in the Amphitheater will be the Chili Cook Off progressing into the Pep Rally and Spirit Competition which start at 8:00 PM.

The week culminates on Saturday, October 11, 2014 with the Homecoming Parade in downtown Glenville starting at 10:00 AM. All GSC alumni are then invited to enjoy a tailgate picnic in the Morris Stadium parking area beginning at 11:00 AM Alumni are also encouraged to sit in the special alumni seating area during the game.

Returning Lambda Chi’s, Theta Xi’s, and TKE’s will have special tailgate tents in close proximity to the larger alumni tent in which to visit and reminisce on Saturday.  Additionally there will be an opportunity that day for alumni and friends to see the college’s newest building, the Waco Center, between the hours of 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM and for a short time after the game.

Pregame activities including recognition of the Homecoming Court, Montrose and Williams Award Presentations, and the ‘Wall of Sound’ Marching Band Pregame Show that will take place at 1:00 PM. Game kickoff between the GSC Pioneers and the University of Charleston Golden Eagles happens at 1:30 PM. Returning Pioneers will be honored during halftime of the game, followed by the Marching Band’s halftime show.

The Glenville State College Bluegrass Band will close out Homecoming Week with their annual concert featuring Bobby Osborne and the Rocky Top X-Press. Follow the sounds of fiddle and banjo to the Fine Arts Center Auditorium to hear the concert which begins at 7:00 PM. For ticket information call 304.462.6340.

For more information about Homecoming activities contact the GSC Alumni Office at 304.462.4122.

G-FYI™: CEFP Presented By Williams & Shriver

This Document Is Straight From The CEFP Presented By Williams & Shriver
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With all that has happened with our schools who is going to be held accountable? We know for sure that there was State overreach and an abuse of its power. Why would a reasonable citizen not suspect treachery, deceit, corruption, gross mismanagement by the State, purposeful spreading of misinformation, fraud, price gouging, waste of money, withholding of information to prevent transparency, preferential treatment of a connected architect, a failure by the State to follow its rules, lack of intervention by State law enforcement, loss of time in solving our school building problems, sending in politically connected superintendents so they can increase their retirement by having higher pay for a few years, contributing to chaos in the county and even turning citizens against one another, fixing it so there will never be another bond or school levy passed in Gilmer County, and ruining our Crooked County reputation worse so anyone in their right mind would never move here because of how the place is run by a few rich and powerful. When something like this happens it is a safe bet that more will spill out. Politically shielded individuals responsible for the disaster will get off Scott free. That is the way we do it in WV while little guys who make missteps get dragged through the mud and hammered by the law. We observe that every day. What about the AG? Would there be any help there?

By Third World County Way Of Business  on  10.01.2014

Something is drastically wrong with all these names and lists.
This list has 27 names.
There was a list published with near 35 names earlier.
I remember reading an additional list that was added way back of about a dozen names.  Where are they?
But the list of attendees shows only 8!!! for the most recent meeting?
Morris attendance would be a conflict of interest over financial gain just like Butcher’s was on the Auction Barn land.
Simmons would also be a conflict?  Doesn’t our local school board have to vote to approve or reject the building sites?
Certainly most the few who did attend would in some manner be beholding to the educational system as well.
This is all wrong.  Wrong.  Shows the state has railroaded Gilmer County once again.
Apparently this DeVano guy is just another water carrier?

By no cross section of community here  on  10.01.2014

What’s the purpose? Is it to prove WS’s early involvement, CEFP committee membership changed over time, individuals left after the list was made up, WS is trying to free itself of all blame, by the end when the Morris site decision was made community representation changed in violation of State CEFP rules, an attempt is being made to put full blame on the CEFP? The sad affair is an example of when something bad goes down it is far better to own up instead of worsening things with more confusing spin. The State should tell the whole truth no matter how bad it is and individuals responsible for the fiasco should be held fully accountable even if they have to be taken to court to be held personally responsible for the recovery of lost money. Let us begin with Mr. Gabriel Devono to get the full story. He is the State’s local mouth piece.

By J. Ratcliff  on  10.01.2014

The political season poses another question. What have Boggs, Walker, and Facemier done to help us? Isn’t Edgell running too? They want our votes, but has any of them come to Gilmer County to openly present plans for how they would help us in dealing with the State? Isn’t it normal to expect support from those getting our votes when our school system is being mismanaged by the State? What about GSC’s Dr.Robert H. Baber who is running too? He lives here and it should not be too difficult for him to communicate his plans to us.

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Fall Forest Fire Season Starts Wednesday, October 01, 2014 - Today

The West Virginia Division of Forestry reminds residents that the state’s fall forest fire season starts October 01, 2014, and runs through December 31, 2014.

During these three months, daytime burning is prohibited from the hours of 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Outdoor burning is permitted only between the hours of 5:00 PM and 7:00 AM.

State law requires a ring or safety strip around outdoor fires to keep the fire from spreading into the woods.

This safety strip must be cleared of all burnable material and be at least 10 feet wide completely around the debris pile.     

Additional requirements of the state’s fire laws include staying on-site until the fire is completely extinguished, and only burning vegetative materials like leaves, brush and yard clippings.

If you allow a fire you have started to escape and it causes a wildfire or forest fire, you will be subject to fines ranging from $100 to $1,000. An additional civil penalty of $200 also will be assessed against you.

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The Division of Forestry offers these tips for safe outdoor burning:

•  Burn only after 5 p.m. — it’s the law — and put your fire out completely by 7:00 AM

•  Put debris in several small piles instead of one large one

•  Never burn on overly dry or windy days

•  Select a safe place away from overhead power lines, phone lines or other obstructions and where the fire cannot spread into the woods, weeds or brush

•  Clear at least a 10-foot area around the fire to make sure all burnable materials have been removed

•  Have water and tools on hand to extinguish anything that may escape the burn area

•  Be conscientious of neighbors and don’t burn debris that produces a lot of smoke at times when smoke does not rise. If the smoke spreads out near the ground instead of rising, put out the fire and burn another time

•  Stay with the fire at all times until it is completely out. Leaving a fire unattended for any length of time is illegal

•  Call 911 immediately if a fire does escape

Commercial burning permits may be obtained by public utilities and people burning in conjunction with commercial, manufacturing, mining or like activities.

These burning permits cost $125 each and are issued by local Division of Forestry offices.

A permit is required for each site where this type of burning takes place.

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WV Economic Policy Report Outlines Job Losses

A state economic group has calculated that 5,000 jobs have been lost in West Virginia since 2011, most of them in the state’s southern coalfields.

The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy on Tuesday released its annual report, “The State of Working West Virginia.“

The report focuses on the lingering effects of the recession and the steady erosion of coal mining jobs in southern West Virginia, among other factors. West Virginia coal production has declined by 35 percent since 1997, according to the report.

The report offers a number of policy recommendations to increase workforce participation, and take advantage of the natural gas boom in the northern part of the state.

Online: West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy: www.wvpolicy.org


Powers of Attorney General Argued before State Supreme Court

The state Supreme Court is being asked by the West Virginia Attorney General to clarify if the office has the power to assist local prosecutors in prosecuting criminal cases.

In June, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey sought a formal opinion by the state Office of Disciplinary Counsel and the Lawyer Disciplinary Board on the question. The board issued an informal opinion which stated interaction in a criminal case by the attorney general would constitute and ethics violation.

Morrisey’s office was asked by Preston County Prosecutor Melvin Snyder to assist his office which was overwhelmed with cases of sexual assault, drug crimes and public corruption.

Attorney Elbert Lin argued on Morrisey’s behalf before the High Court. Lin said the matter in question isn’t the attorney general’s power to prosecute, but whether they are authorized to assist in a prosecution.

“No prosecutorial power would be exercised by the attorney general,” Lin argued. “It would remain entirely at the discretion of the prosecutor and in the prosecutor’s hands. The only thing this case concerns is when a particular prosecutor chooses to voluntarily ask the attorney general for assistance,can the attorney general send an assistant or deputy attorney general to work temporarily. We believe they can.”

Lin’s suggestion drew questions from Justice Allen Loughry.

“So can the attorney general just loan employees to anyone?” Loughry suggested. “If the humane society needs somebody to answer the phone, can the attorney general send his people there?”

The Prosecution Attorney’s Association is adamantly against the idea. Berkeley County Deputy Prosecutor Chris Quasebarth argued aggressively against the idea.

“Never before in the history of this state has an attorney general so boldly portended to have power in the area of criminal prosecution as this attorney general is suggesting he has,” Quasebarth argued. “Make no mistake, if the attorney general has common law power in this state, it’s not to assist prosecuting attorneys, he can take control of prosecuting cases.”

The Lawyer Disciplinary Board and Office of Disciplinary Counsel do not believe the matter should have ever reached the High Court. The counsel argued its original opinion should have ended the question on the matter.

“At the time of the request, there was no prosecutor asking for assistance,” argued Rachael Cipoletti on behalf of the two bodies. “It was only several months after issuance of the opinion did the request come from Prosecutor Snyder.”

Justices Brent Benjamin and Menis Ketchum chided Cipoletti’s defense of the opinion by saying Morrisey’s action was the wise course and everything is subject to review, even a ruling by the Lawyer Disciplinary Board. Benjamin said the alternative would be for a constitutional officer to put him or herself at risk by acting without an opinion and being hit with ethics charges after the fact.

Whether Morrisey’s office has the power will be reviewed by the justices and an opinion listed at a later date. Justice Robin Davis indicated from the bench she had her doubts.

“Article IX of the Constitution says the legislature can abrogate the law,” she said. “Which they did by saying the local prosecuting attorneys are the ones that prosecute the criminal conduct.”


Harrison County Receives HITDA Designation

Harrison County will soon be receiving aid in the fight against drugs.

Rep. David McKinley announced on Monday Harrison County has been designated a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, which allows for access to valuable resources to combat drug crimes.

“Drug abuse and the criminals who facilitate it scar our communities and destroy lives,” McKinley said. “We need to use all the resources at our disposal to take these criminals off our streets and disrupt the drug trade.”

Created by Congress with the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, the HIDTA program provides assistance to Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to reduce drug trafficking.

“The additional funding allocated through the HIDTA program will go a long ways to help us fight this epidemic,” McKinley said. “The drug task force in Harrison County is ready to use these funds to respond aggressively.”

Brooke, Hancock, Ohio, and Marshall Counties all have received the HIDTA designation.

“The HIDTA designations in the four counties in the Northern Panhandle have helped law enforcement disrupt and stop drug traffickers,” added McKinley. “This announcement is a significant step in fighting Harrison County and West Virginia’s drug abuse and violent crime problem.”

McKinley worked with the Task Force in Bridgeport to discuss their efforts and ways to help support their mission.


One Dead in Wayne County Crash

Weather conditions may have contributed to a deadly traffic accident that took place Tuesday morning in Wayne County.

Emergency officials said it was very foggy along Walkers Branch Road near Ceredo when a head-on crash occurred. One of the drivers, identified as Jordan Joseph, 25, of Huntington, was killed. The woman driving the other vehicle was injured and hospitalized.

The wreck took place near the Pilgrim Glass factory in Ceredo.


Derailment in Fayette County

Two cars from a CSX train jumped the tracks Friday night in Fayette County near Fayette Station Road.

Authorities said a load of soybeans spilled on the banks of the New River as the cars slid down an embankment.

The derailment took place just above Fayette Station Rapids. There were no injuries and no initial word on what caused the derailment.


Feds Settle Housing Complaint with WV Developer

The U.S. Justice Department says a West Virginia developer and his affiliates have agreed to make 30 apartment complexes accessible to disabled people to settle a complaint.

Douglas Pauley is general partner of 30 limited liability partnerships. The Justice Department said Tuesday that the defendants have agreed to spent about $1.7 million on the complexes.

The corrective actions include replacing excessively sloped sidewalks, installing handicap-accessible curb ramps between sidewalks and parking areas, replacing bathroom and kitchen cabinets and reducing door threshold heights.

The defendants agreed to pay a $10,000 fine and $100,000 to compensate disabled people affected by the violations.

The agreement settles allegations of violations of the Fair Housing and Americans with Disabilities Acts.

U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin calls it an “important victory” for West Virginia disabled people.


NRA Buys $218k in Ads Opposing Tennant for Senate

The National Rifle Association is putting almost $218,000 toward ads opposing Democrat Natalie Tennant’s bid for U.S. Senate.

Federal election records show the NRA’s Political Victory Fund bought radio and Internet ad space last week.

Earlier this month, the NRA endorsed Republican Shelley Moore Capito against Tennant.

The NRA also bought almost $44,000 in pro-Capito mailings.

Both candidates tout records as gun rights supporters.

Other outside groups have gotten involved. This month, Defending Main Street Super PAC paid $50,000 for radio ads supporting Capito. Former Ohio GOP Congressman Steve LaTourette runs the group.

Senate Majority PAC spent $227,000 on TV ads bashing Capito in July.

Last December, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce paid $200,000 for online and TV ads supporting Capito.

Other groups have also spent in the race.


WV Lottery Conducting Random Audits to Find Faux Fraternals

The West Virginia Lottery continues to ferret out “faux fraternals.” The investigation began a year ago after complaints were made that some video lottery retailers were not legitimate organizations and were blatantly violating the law.

“The general public were walking in off the street. They were playing the limited video lottery machines. They were ordering drinks,” said Danielle Boyd, general counsel for the West Virginia Lottery. “As regulators charged with the regulation of the Limited Video Lottery Act, we were certainly concerned that they were being granted a competitive advantage over the other retail establishments that we regulated.”

Organizations like VFWs, American Legions and the Moose, all charitable groups, were allowed, under the act, to operate 10 machines. However, those machines are limited to members-only. The Lottery determined that some Limited Video Lottery locations were operating under the guise of a fraternal club so they could have 10 machines. Regular LVL establishments are only permitted five.

The Lottery initially used a self-reporting system to give retailers the chance to fix problems that might otherwise lead to terminating their license. But now, Boyd said, the Lottery is expanding its compliance checks by conducting random inspections.

“We’re going to continue to take a hard look at these places. We have investigators in all regions throughout the state.”

Boyd said if individual businesses don’t want to comply, there are plenty of competitors who will make sure they’re held accountable.

“Generally speaking there’s a lot of self-policing that goes on in the limited video lottery world. I think that we’ll certainly receive tips and we will take those tips very seriously,” according to the general counsel.


Marijuana Possession Law Changing in Maryland

Possessing marijuana will no longer be a crime in Maryland. Legislation adopted this year to remove criminal penalties in Maryland for the possession of Marijuana go into effect Wednesday, making it the 19th state to adopt such a policy.

“Decriminalization means replacing criminal penalties for the simple possession of personal amounts of marijuana with civil penalties, similar to a traffic ticket,” explained Rachelle Yeung with the Marijuana Policy Project on Tuesday’s MetroNews Talkline.

Senate Bill 364 makes possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana a civil offense punishable by a fine of up to $100 for a first offense, up to $250 for a second offense, and up to $500 for subsequent offenses. Third-time offenders and individuals under 21 years of age will be required to undergo a clinical assessment for substance abuse disorder and a drug education program.

“Now that the people of Maryland have asserted that the simple possession of marijuana should not be a crime it makes sense to think about where people are getting that marijuana. Right now, that is in the criminal market in an untaxed and unregulated system,” Yeung said.

The legislation’s supporters includes the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, which says law enforcement has disproportionately targeted communities of color in enforcing marijuana laws.

“Decriminalizing possession of marijuana is a key step on the road to saner drug policy in Maryland. For too long, tens of thousands of Marylanders, disproportionately Black Marylanders, have faced life-altering criminal penalties simply for possessing a substance most voters believe should be legalized,” said Sara Love, public policy director for the ACLU of Maryland. “Going forward, we hope that legislators will seriously consider sensible legislation to regulate and tax marijuana.”


Two WV Counties Designated Drug Trafficking Areas

The federal government will provide additional help to two West Virginia counties to reduce drug abuse and drug trafficking.

Berkeley and Harrison counties are among 26 counties and cities in 11 states designated as high intensity drug trafficking areas.

Office of National Drug Control Policy acting director Michael Botticelli announced the designations on Monday.

The designation increases the counties’ access to federal resources and information sharing among federal, state and local law enforcement.

Seventeen other West Virginia counties previously were designated as high intensity drug trafficking areas.


HUD Awards Nearly $350,000 To Help Low-Income Residents in WV Receive Job Training, Employmet

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $347,237 to help public housing and Housing Choice Voucher residents in West Virginia connect with local services to improve their education and employment, placing them on a path to self-sufficiency.

Funded through HUD’s Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program, these grants allow public housing authorities (PHAs) to work with social service agencies, community colleges, businesses and other local partners to help public housing residents and individuals participating in HUD’s Housing Choice Voucher Program increase their education or gain marketable skills that will lead to employment. In 2014, Congress combined funding for the Public Housing FSS (PH FSS) and Housing Choice Voucher FSS (HCV FSS) programs into one program serving both populations.

In West Virginia, the following recipients have been awarded funding. See the national list.

Grant Recipient

Funding

Charleston-Kanawha Housing Authority, $81,276

Wheeling Housing Authority, $48,006

The Huntington West Virginia Housing Authority, $36,652

Parkersburg Housing Authority, $42,914

The Housing Authority of the City of Fairmont, $29,934

Benwood - McMechen Housing Authority, $17,953

Clarksburg-Harrison Regional Housing Authority, $33,744

Housing Authority of Mingo County, $34,212

Randolph County Housing Authority, $22,546

As HUD approaches its 50th anniversary next year, HUD Secretary Julián Castro is focused on advancing policies that create opportunities for all Americans, including helping families and individuals secure quality housing by connecting housing efforts to education and job opportunities.

“HUD connects folks to opportunity,” said Castro. “These grants will link people to the computer access, financial literacy, job training, childcare and other tools they need to compete and succeed in the workplace. Every American deserves access to the skills and resources necessary to become self-sufficient.”

“With $6.3 million in funding being awarded to housing authorities in the Mid-Atlantic region, public housing residents will be better equipped to improve their knowledge, skills and abilities for greater financial independence,” said Jane C.W. Vincent, Regional Administrator of HUD’s Mid-Atlantic region.

Participants in the program sign a five-year contract that requires the head of the household to obtain employment and no longer receive cash welfare assistance at the end of the five-year term. As the family’s income rises, a portion of that increased income is deposited into an interest-bearing escrow account. If the family successfully completes its FSS contract, the family receives the escrow funds, which can be used for any purpose—including improving credit scores, paying educational expenses or a down-payment on a home. More information on the FSS program can be found here.


Police Shooting

Mediation talks are set for a $200 million lawsuit stemming from the fatal shooting of a Virginia man by Martinsburg police.

The family of 50-year-old Wayne Arnold Jones of Stephens City, Virginia, sued Martinsburg and the officers in 2013. The federal lawsuit alleges that police used unreasonable and excessive force.

An autopsy found that Jones was shot 23 times.

The shooting occurred on March 13, 2013.

Police have said Jones drew a knife after the officers stopped him as he was walking on a street. One officer was stabbed during a scuffle.

The Journal reports that attorneys for the plaintiffs and the defendants are scheduled to meet for mediation Friday in Charleston. The case is scheduled to go to trial Oct. 28 in federal court in Martinsburg.


Marshall Diabetes Project Gets Federal Funding

Marshall University is getting $325,000 in federal funding for a project aimed at increasing diabetes education efforts in economically distressed areas.

U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall says the funding through the Appalachian Regional Commission was awarded to the Huntington school’s Center for Rural Health.

Officials say the money will be used to continue the Appalachian Diabetes Control and Translation Project. The grassroots effort supports local coalitions in raising awareness about diabetes.

Rahall says that increasing awareness about chronic diseases like diabetes helps to promote healthier lifestyles that can aid in preventing the disease and disease-related complications.

PSC Announces Public Comment Hearings on Mon Power and Potomac Edison Rate Case - Today

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The Public Service Commission has scheduled six public comment hearings in the pending Mon Power and Potomac Edison (together FirstEnergy) Rate Case.  Those hearings will be held:

·    October 01, 2014, 1:00 PM, at the Days Inn Convention Center, Flatwoods

·    October 01, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Days Inn Convention Center, Flatwoods

·    October 02, 2014, 1:00 PM, at the Waterfront Place Hotel, Morgantown

·    October 02, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Waterfront Place Hotel, Morgantown

·    October 06, 2014, 1:00 PM, at the Frank Arts Center, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown

·    October 06, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Frank Arts Center, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown

      FirstEnergy has requested a $95.7 million or 9.3%, increase of rates and charges for their West Virginia customers.

It has also requested a revision of its depreciation rates.

The Commission has set an evidentiary hearing in these matters for October 28 through November 03, 2014, in Charleston.

FirstEnergy serves approximately 523,000 customers in 37 West Virginia counties.

More information may be obtained from the PSC website: www.psc.state.wv.us by referencing Case Nos. 14-0701-E-D and 14-0702-E-42T.

Movie Review: ‘Fort Bliss’ - An Army Medic’s Rocky Return to Motherland

One of the most indelible moments in “The Hurt Locker” was a scene in which a bomb technician played by Jeremy Renner returned from Iraq to his American home town, where he visited a supermarket cereal aisle. Paralyzed by the sheer vastness of it, he stood there staring, utterly dislocated and alienated from the culture he’d so recently risked his life defending.

Writer-director Claudia Myers has made an entire movie of that moment with “Fort Bliss,” an absorbing, uncannily on-point portrait of an Army medic navigating the transition from her high-stakes job — including two tours in Afghanistan — to a complicated domestic life.

Gracefully portrayed by Michelle Monaghan in an impressive breakout performance, Maggie Swann is tough, smart and coolly competent, even when removing a piece of live ammunition from a soldier’s abdomen. But when she returns to Fort Bliss — the El Paso military base that plays itself here — she doesn’t get the hero’s welcome of her peers. Instead, her resentful ex-husband, played by Ron Livingston, delivers an awkward hug hello before taking her to reunite with their 5-year-old son, Paul, who sees Maggie as little more than a stranger.

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Myers has discovered a phenomenally gifted young actor named Oakes Fegley to play Paul, who breaks into an enraged tantrum when Maggie takes him to live with her. But even though the beleaguered Maggie is a sympathetic figure, she’s far from perfect: She clumsily mishandles her reunification with the little boy, using her most intimidating command presence to bully him into compliance.

Myers, a Washington-based filmmaker who has worked extensively with the military making documentaries and interactive videos, has clearly done her homework, seeding “Fort Bliss” with vivid details of life on the base, from bleary-eyed arrivals at a day care facility while it’s still nighttime to Maggie’s inability to sleep in a normal bed. Her most observant flourishes are to be found in the brief exchanges that illuminate the difficulties of service members returning to “a life that doesn’t want you in it.”

In many ways, “Fort Bliss” plays like a dramatized version of “Soldier Girls,” Helen Thorpe’s similarly sensitive chronicle of female National Guard members and their wartime experiences. Like that book, “Fort Bliss” delves into the professionalism, pride and inescapable tensions that animate women’s lives in the military, including sexual harassment, here depicted with exceptional nuance.

At its core, though, “Fort Bliss” is less a war picture than a compassionate, deeply engaging portrayal of one woman’s struggle with the age-old conundrum of balancing work and family. As much drama as there is to be found in Maggie’s flashbacks to wartime duty, as well as her incipient romance with a dreamy mechanic (Manolo Cardona) and the specter of future redeployment, the most galvanizing moments center on the incremental steps she and Paul take toward mutual trust.

It’s not nation-building, but the stakes are just as high. In Myers’s capable hands, and with a powerful, vanity-free performance by Monaghan, “Fort Bliss” joins “Coming Home” and “The Best Years of Our Lives” as a movie deeply in sync, not just with the military characters it depicts, but also with the civilian world that awaits them with such confoundingly mixed messages.

★ ★ ★ ½

Unrated. Contains profanity, war violence, sexuality and adult themes. 109 minutes.

Top 10 Fuel-Efficiency Myths

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No matter what the current price of gasoline, savvy drivers are always looking for ways to get the most miles from each gallon. But many fuel-efficiency tricks that may have worked years ago for vehicles equipped with less sophisticated components simply don’t apply in today’s world of computer-controlled automotive systems. And some, upon closer inspection, never did make sense. Take a look at the top 10 fuel-efficiency myths to discern fact from fiction.


1. A tank nearly full prevents evaporation

While not letting your car run low on fuel may be a good idea if you’re traveling in an isolated area, the thought that a fuel tank more full than empty will prevent fuel from evaporating inside the tank is off-base. Cars of yesteryear may have allowed gas vapors to escape into the air, but fuel systems in modern vehicles are designed with vapor recovery systems. Some vehicles with pressurized fuel systems even display a check engine light if the gas cap is loose, missing or not properly sealed.


2. Shifting into neutral at stops

This is a myth that may have applied when engines required carburetors. Today’s vehicles have computerized fuel-injection systems that sense if an engine is revving above idle when you ease off the accelerator. If that happens, the fuel injectors shut off, so gas is no longer injected into the engine, even if the car is still in gear. The only thing you accomplish by constantly shifting in and out of neutral is premature wear on shift components.


3. Manual transmissions get better mileage

Years ago, your transmission choices were usually a 5-speed manual or a 3-speed automatic. Manual transmissions almost always achieved better mileage because a reasonably skilled driver could control engine revs through efficient shifting. But today’s high-tech automatic transmissions are typically more competent and efficient than a driver using the combination of a clutch and stick shift. Few Americans learn how to properly drive a vehicle equipped with a manual transmission, and given that a “stick” is usually reserved for high-performance cars, it’s difficult for the average driver to squeeze the best possible mileage out of a car with a clutch.


4. A dirty air filter leads to lower mileage

The engines in older vehicles pulled air straight through the air filter into the carburetor, so a clogged filter could affect gas mileage to some degree. But today’s advanced engines have a computerized engine control module (ECM) to precisely regulate the air-to-fuel ratio. In a modern vehicle, air goes through the filter and then through a mass airflow sensor that lets the ECM gauge the airflow and adjust the fuel accordingly; less airflow means less fuel is sent to the engine. While gas mileage may not be affected, dirty air filters can lead to sluggish acceleration.


5. Filling up when it’s cooler gets you more gas

For years, a myth has persisted that if you buy gas in the cooler part of the day — say in the morning during summer — you get more for your money, since a cooler liquid is denser. This theory may sound plausible when you’re at the pump during the heat of the day. At filling stations, however, gasoline is almost always pumped from storage tanks underground that are naturally insulated from large temperature swings. Because of this, any slight change in the temperature of the gas is so small you wouldn’t notice any appreciable savings.


6. Cruise control saves gas

Since a vehicle’s cruise control system is designed to maintain a constant speed, most drivers assume it will help them save fuel. On long highway trips on generally flat terrain, that may be true. But you’ve probably experienced the sudden acceleration that cruise control systems create when confronted with an incline in elevation. That rapid acceleration burns a lot of fuel, as if you mashed the gas pedal yourself. An alert driver anticipating an upcoming incline will typically apply pressure to the gas pedal slowly as needed to maintain speed without the sudden engine revs caused by cruise control.


7. Fuel additives can increase mileage

Consumers in general and car owners in particular always want to find some magic fix in a bottle. That’s why a typical auto-parts store usually has an entire shelf dedicated to various potions promising better mileage. While fuel-injector cleaners may lead to better fuel economy if the ones in your car are dirty and clogged, other fuel additives — even if they work as advertised — probably would not save enough to cover their added cost. To help protect consumers, the Federal Trade Commission has a website dedicated to the doubtful claims of “gas saving” products.


8. Gas mileage drops as vehicles age

If you don’t maintain your vehicle, of course its performance will degrade and so will fuel efficiency. But if you keep your vehicle properly maintained and see to any needed repairs, you shouldn’t see any noticeable decline in fuel economy. Regardless, some of maintenance items to address as a vehicle gets older include dirty fuel injectors, defective oxygen sensors, worn spark plugs and plug wires, and a defective or leaky gas cap.


9. Topping off the tank helps gas mileage

Do you continue to add gas to your car even after the gas-station pump automatically shuts off, indicating that the tank is full? Many people think that by topping off their tanks they’re getting as much fuel as possible into the car and thus can go just a bit farther between fill-ups. The reality is that after your tank is full and your gas nozzle shuts off, any additional gas is drawn into a gas station’s vapor recovery system — and back into its storage tanks. And according to AAA, you could even damage your car’s evaporative emissions system by topping off your tank.


10. Lowering a truck’s tailgate improves mileage

Drivers of pickup trucks have long assumed that lowering the tailgate is better for aerodynamics and therefore improves gas mileage. But according to Diane Bloch, an aerodynamic-performance engineer for General Motors, driving with the tailgate up is actually more aerodynamically efficient. She says that as air flows over the truck, it falls over the cab and pushes forward on the rear of the truck. The benefits of that airflow are diminished when the tailgate is down. Bloch says that replacing the tailgate with an aftermarket net is worse than having no tailgate at all; she compares it to a boat dragging a fishing net through water.

WVSSAC Football Rankings 2014: Week 6

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2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 6 - CLASS AAA
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 CABELL MIDLAND 13.80 5 0 0 240 91
2 CAPITAL 13.75 4 0 0 210 66
3 POINT PLEASANT 12.20 5 0 0 265 25
4 MARTINSBURG 12.00 4 1 0 128 94
5 SOUTH CHARLESTON 11.20 4 1 0 237 103
5 UNIVERSITY 11.20 4 1 0 121 88
7 JEFFERSON 11.00 4 1 0 183 96
8 SPRING VALLEY 10.80 4 1 0 178 142
9 PARKERSBURG SOUTH 10.25 3 1 0 132 80
9 WHEELING PARK 10.25 3 1 0 79 50
11 LEWIS COUNTY 10.00 4 1 0 149 42
12 GEORGE WASHINGTON 9.50 3 1 0 110 96
12 WOODROW WILSON 9.50 3 1 0 140 66
14 HUNTINGTON 8.60 3 2 0 173 93
15 MORGANTOWN 7.80 3 2 0 169 92
16 BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR 7.75 3 1 0 141 72
17 HURRICANE 7.40 3 2 0 180 126
18 JOHN MARSHALL 7.00 3 1 0 135 53
18 PRESTON 7.00 3 2 0 128 105
20 SPRING MILLS 6.80 3 2 0 146 145
21 HAMPSHIRE 6.25 2 2 0 79 124
21 PARKERSBURG 6.25 2 2 0 127 134
23 MUSSELMAN 5.20 2 3 0 151 149
24 LOGAN 4.80 2 3 0 149 170
25 GREENBRIER EAST 4.60 2 3 0 141 192
26 SHADY SPRING 4.20 2 3 0 128 156
27 BROOKE 3.20 1 4 0 72 121
28 ST. ALBANS 3.00 1 3 0 101 139
28 WINFIELD 3.00 1 3 0 41 130
30 RIPLEY 2.60 1 4 0 86 176
31 PRINCETON 2.40 1 4 0 117 171
31 WASHINGTON 2.40 1 4 0 73 181
33 ELKINS 2.25 1 3 0 111 132
33 NITRO 2.25 1 3 0 82 196
35 HEDGESVILLE 0.00 0 4 0 66 203
35 LINCOLN COUNTY 0.00 0 5 0 34 222
35 OAK HILL 0.00 0 4 0 77 146
35 RIVERSIDE 0.00 0 5 0 38 254



2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 6 - CLASS AA
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 BLUEFIELD 12.00 4 0 0 222 123
2 SCOTT 10.80 5 0 0 173 54
3 RAVENSWOOD 10.25 4 0 0 198 85
4 BRIDGEPORT 10.00 4 1 0 134 35
4 FRANKFORT 10.00 5 0 0 184 88
6 WESTSIDE 8.80 4 1 0 162 137
7 KEYSER 8.40 4 1 0 187 94
7 MINGO CENTRAL 8.40 4 1 0 201 121
9 WAYNE 8.00 3 1 0 116 99
9 WEIR 8.00 4 1 0 165 96
11 NICHOLAS COUNTY 7.75 3 1 0 129 39
12 HERBERT HOOVER 7.50 3 1 0 158 90
13 FAIRMONT SENIOR 7.00 3 2 0 117 83
13 LIBERTY (RALEIGH) 7.00 4 1 0 178 73
13 ROBERT C. BYRD 7.00 3 2 0 145 87
16 RITCHIE COUNTY 6.60 3 2 0 123 113
17 CLAY COUNTY 6.40 3 2 0 35 78
18 LIBERTY (HARRISON) 5.80 3 2 0 129 123
19 GRAFTON 5.40 3 2 0 163 143
20 INDEPENDENCE 5.00 3 2 0 141 95
21 JAMES MONROE 4.75 2 2 0 134 79
22 CHAPMANVILLE 4.60 2 3 0 140 172
23 ROANE COUNTY 4.20 2 3 0 115 88
24 WEBSTER COUNTY 4.00 2 2 0 104 157
24 WYOMING EAST 4.00 2 3 0 128 120
26 BRAXTON COUNTY 3.80 2 3 0 59 125
27 SISSONVILLE 2.75 1 3 0 90 83
28 EAST FAIRMONT 2.00 1 4 0 73 193
29 BERKELEY SPRINGS 1.80 1 4 0 91 209
29 LINCOLN 1.80 1 4 0 82 134
29 OAK GLEN 1.80 1 4 0 67 130
29 PIKEVIEW 1.80 1 4 0 82 221
29 RIVER VIEW 1.80 1 4 0 160 204
34 MOUNT VIEW 0.00 0 4 0 20 190
34 NORTH MARION 0.00 0 4 0 53 165
34 PETERSBURG 0.00 0 4 0 25 167
34 PHILIP BARBOUR 0.00 0 5 0 72 158
34 POCA 0.00 0 5 0 48 193
34 SUMMERS COUNTY 0.00 0 5 0 87 182
34 TOLSIA 0.00 0 4 0 58 153



2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 6 - CLASS A
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 ST. MARYS 8.75 4 0 0 188 33
2 MAN 8.00 4 1 0 160 95
3 PENDLETON COUNTY 7.80 5 0 0 191 51
3 WILLIAMSTOWN 7.80 4 1 0 150 132
5 CLAY-BATTELLE 7.75 4 0 0 206 64
6 GREENBRIER WEST 7.60 4 1 0 169 85
7 BUFFALO 7.00 4 1 0 196 154
7 DODDRIDGE COUNTY 7.00 3 1 0 104 70
9 VALLEY (WETZEL) 6.75 4 0 0 171 30
10 TUG VALLEY 6.40 4 1 0 122 86
11 MOOREFIELD 6.25 3 1 0 90 61
12 MEADOW BRIDGE 6.00 4 1 0 206 60
12 WAHAMA 6.00 4 1 0 150 96
14 EAST HARDY 5.80 4 1 0 177 89
15 VALLEY (FAYETTE) 5.60 4 1 0 134 65
16 TYLER CONSOLIDATED 4.80 3 2 0 134 159
16 WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC 4.80 3 2 0 129 119
18 NOTRE DAME 4.50 2 2 0 99 131
18 SOUTH HARRISON 4.50 2 2 0 112 67
20 MAGNOLIA 4.25 2 2 0 81 70
21 BISHOP DONAHUE 3.50 2 2 0 133 95
21 MADONNA 3.50 2 2 0 81 84
21 PADEN CITY 3.50 2 2 0 94 95
24 POCAHONTAS COUNTY 3.00 2 3 0 101 80
24 TUCKER COUNTY 3.00 2 3 0 96 91
26 CALHOUN COUNTY 2.80 2 3 0 118 159
26 PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 2.80 2 3 0 98 99
28 GILMER COUNTY 2.60 2 3 0 187 188
29 FAYETTEVILLE 1.75 1 3 0 20 156
30 SHERMAN 1.60 1 4 0 123 151
31 CAMERON 1.40 1 4 0 82 146
32 RICHWOOD 1.20 1 4 0 103 145
32 VAN 1.20 1 4 0 66 172
34 HANNAN 0.00 0 3 0 32 146
34 MIDLAND TRAIL 0.00 0 5 0 45 231
34 MONTCALM 0.00 0 3 0 66 134
34 TYGARTS VALLEY 0.00 0 5 0 81 238
34 WIRT COUNTY 0.00 0 4 0 44 158

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►   Wilkins, Cunningham Claim MEC Honors

West Virginia Wesleyan’s Ali Cunningham and UVa-Wise’s Shaquon Wilkins have earned Mountain East Conference Runner of the Week honors.

Cunningham, a sophomore from Ripley, WV, took eighth overall at the Lock Haven Invitational with a time of 22:39. She was the top finisher for the Bobcats who won the 14-team invitational with 78 points.

Wilkins, a sophomore from Fredericksburg, Va., won the individual title at the Golden Eagle Invitational covering the 6-kilometer course in 19:34, nearly 30 seconds faster than second place. The Cavs won the team title 31 points, edging out host Charleston with 37 points.

Other Top Performances

Amanda Richards (Charleston) won the Golden Eagle Invitational with a tim of 25:43 ... Jordan Weitzel (Concord) had a personal best time of 26:47 and took third at the Greensboro XC Invitational ... Nathan Whitacre (West Virginia Wesleyan) was sixth at the Lock Haven Invitational with a time of 25:43 on the 8k course.

2014 Mountain East Conference Runners Of The Week
Week Men’s Women’s
September 16 Jordan Weitzel (Concord) Zoey Vilasuso (WVWC)
September 23 Keith Charette (Charleston) Kourtney Willey (Charleston)
September 30 Shaquon Wilkins (UVa-Wise) Ali Cunningham (WVWC)


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►   Holgorsen: Kansas Unlikely to Retool Scheme after Weis’ firing

The Week 4 firing of Kansas coach Charlie Weis abruptly shuffled the staff in Lawrence but won’t necessarily create a retooled scheme when the Jayhawks visit West Virginia on Saturday.

Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen said “it’s a little trickier actually trying to change things in the middle of the season,” and he doubts the Kansas game plan suddenly will undergo some radical transformation.

“We’ve got the film. We know who their players are. We know their personnel,” Holgorsen said Monday. “Basically the coordinators are intact and will be continuing to do the same things.”

Athletics director Sheahon Zenger dismissed Weis on Sunday morning during the aftermath of the Jayhawks (2-2, 0-1) losing to Texas 23-0.

The season’s final eight games now become the purview of interim coach/defensive coordinator Clint Bowen, a former Kansas player who also held interim duties in December 2009 following Mark Mangino’s forced resignation. When Turner Gill did not retain Bowen, he spent the 2010 season as defensive coordinator at Western Kentucky and served in the same role at North Texas during 2011.

Bowen, who returned to Kansas in 2012 as part of Weis’ new staff, hinted at only subtle changes as the Jayhawks try to salvage something from this tumultuous season.

“Our immediate plan for this week … is to operate this thing day-to-day and hour-to-hour and minute-to-minute and roll through it,” he said.

Bowen coached the linebackers last season when the Jayhawks defeated West Virginia 31-19, giving Kansas its lone win in the past 31 Big 12 games. The Mountaineers scored two touchdowns in the last five minutes to make the final score respectable.

“This West Virginia team has changed—they are an explosive offensive team,” Bowen said. “They have some playmakers and they’re a dangerous bunch.”

West Virginia (2-2, 0-1) was listed as a 25-point favorite Monday and possesses the Big 12′s leading passer and receiver. Clint Trickett averages 400 yards per game with more than 158 of those going to Kevin White.

Though the Mountaineers are tied with Kansas in the current Big 12 standings, the teams’ first four games bear scant resemblance. Jeff Sagarin’s USA Today ratings peg WVU with having played the nation’s toughest schedule to date, while Kansas’ schedule strength ranks only 93rd.

Kansas a ‘destination’ job: Though he is considered a long shot to win the job permanently, the 42-year-old Bowen clearly has dreamed for decades about running the program. He told his future wife about that specific ambition on their first dates 20 years ago at a Lawrence ice cream shop.

Bowen bristles at the notion Kansas is one of the least attractive jobs in the power 5 conferences.

“Anyone that would consider this a stepping stone job is an idiot,” he said. “This is a destination job. I’ve heard people say that before and I always defend it. Anyone that knows anything about Kansas, talking to coaches in this business, people understand that this is a sleeping giant of a program.

“You have an unbelievable community, you have an unbelievable university, you’ve got all the resources available to have a successful football program and all the support from the administration. People that know football, they know that this is an unbelievable job.”

No official Worley update: Holgorsen declined to clarify the status of cornerback Daryl Worley, who was suspended two weeks ago after a nightclub altercation with a woman led to a misdemeanor battery charge.

With university administrators evaluating Worley’s actions and motives, some media outlets reported the sophomore could be reinstated on Monday.

Charlie on Charlie: The latest Big 12 coach hired, Charlie Strong, was asked Monday about Weis, the latest coach fired.

“You develop a relationship with the coaches and they become your friends,” Strong said. “You hate to see that happen to anyone. Kansas had to make a decision that they made, but we’re in this business and we understand that it could be pitfalls.”

Criticism for Kingsbury: The father of former Texas Tech walk-on quarterback Baker Mayfield isn’t happy about his son being denied a transfer waiver to play at Oklahoma this season. Texas Tech’s administration and coach Kliff Kingsbury have fought the transfer from the outset, and barring a last-minute appeal, Baker will lose this season of eligibility and be unable to redshirt.

“The driver and the scoundrel behind all this is Kliff,” James Mayfield told The Oklahoman on Monday. “He is so focused or hellbent on punishing Baker.”

Mayfield earned Big 12 freshman of the year honors last season but said he decided to leave Texas Tech last spring when he wasn’t promised a scholarship.  ~~  Alan Taylor ~~



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►   Herd Has Nothing but Respect for Monarchs

To listen to Marshall players talk about the upcoming opponent this week you’d think the Herd was preparing to face Ole Miss, not Old Dominion. While the Monarch’s football program is only in its sixth year of existence, Marshall players have nothing but respect for the up and coming team.

“Some teams get ahead of themselves and look down on teams,” said linebacker Evan McKelvey. “If you look down on a team and don’t think much of them, that’s the team that will beat you. It’s always the team you don’t of that will beat you.”

ODU head coach Bobby Wilder’s goal when he was hired to jumpstart the university’s football program, which had been defunct since 1941 when the NCAA implemented a rule no longer allowing freshmen to play. The Monarchs went 9-2 in 2009 and by 2011 reached the FCS playoffs with a 10-3 record.

In 2012, ODU led FCS in scoring offense, total offense, and passing. The Monarchs won the Colonial Athletic Association Championship and earned a four-seed in the FCS playoffs.

ODU went 8-4 last year as it began the transition to FBS and was unbeaten at home. The Monarchs are 49-15 in the six seasons since the football program was restarted.

Wilder has accomplished all of this by mostly finding and developing homegrown talent. The Monarchs feature 40 players from Virginia and Washington, D.C. It’s no surprise to Virginia native Eric Frohnapfel who has seen the talent available in the Commonwealth firsthand.

“That Virginia tidewater area is underrated in some ways. There’s a lot of talent out there,” said Marshall tight end Eric Frohnpfel who grew up in Stafford, Va. “We played some teams in high school that had a lot of speed and athletic kids. They’ve been able to pinpoint that area and get 15 to 20 guys to come play for their team. There are a lot of good guys who can play out there.”

Marshall is once again an overwhelming favorite headed into Saturday’s game but that is of no concern to Herd players. They understand the minute they allow outside influences to distract their focus is when they could see a game slip away.

“We’ve never been in a position to look past teams. We can’t forget what got us here,” reiterated McKelvey. “We want to continue to do the same thing we’ve done every game, so we’re not going to change anything up.”



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►   Raiders Fire Allen, Name Sparano Interim Coach

The Oakland Raiders made it official on Tuesday and announced the firing of head coach Dennis Allen.

Former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano has been selected as the interim coach.

Numerous reports of Allen’s dismissal came Monday night, a day after the Raiders fell to 0-4 for the season. General manager Reggie McKenzie released a statement Tuesday to confirm the decision.

“After thorough evaluation, we have determined to move in another direction,“ said McKenzie. “We appreciate Dennis Allen’s dedication to the organization and wish him and his family nothing but the best in the future.“

Allen was in his third season as Raiders’ coach. He led the team to a pair of 4-12 records before this year’s disastrous start.

The Raiders have lost 10 straight games dating back to last year, and this year’s squad has yet to score more than 14 points in any of its four games.

Oakland has a bye this week after its 38-14 loss to Miami on Sunday in London.

Sparano will be an NFL head coach for the second time, previously guiding the Dolphins to a record of 29-32 in nearly four full seasons. He took over in 2008 after the Dolphins were 1-15 in 2007 and led Miami to a mark of 11-5 with a surprising AFC East title.

However, a pair of 7-9 campaigns followed and he was fired in December 2011 after a 4-9 start that included losses in the first seven games.

Sparano served as the offensive coordinator for the New York Jets in 2012 before joining the Raiders as the assistant head coach and offensive line coach last year.

“Tony Sparano has a strong presence in this organization,“ said McKenzie. “His experience and leadership qualities will serve the team well in helping reach the goal of everyone here, which is to win football games.“

Sparano, a head coach for five years at Division II New Haven, was also an assistant with the Cleveland Browns from 1999-2000, the Washington Redskins in 2001 and Jacksonville Jaguars in 2002. He then joined the Dallas Cowboys in 2003 and spent five seasons in various roles before becoming the Dolphins’ head coach.

His first game in charge of the Raiders will come Oct. 12 at home against San Diego.


►   Colts Give Mathis 1-Year Extension

The Indianapolis Colts extended the contract of Robert Mathis for an additional season, the team announced Tuesday.

Mathis, 33, is now under contract through 2016.

The star linebacker was suspended for the first four games after violating the league’s performance-enhancing substance policy, then suffered a season-ending torn Achilles tendon while working out on his own.

Mathis led the NFL last season with 19 1/2 sacks.

The Colts also signed cornerback Jalil Brown to the active roster and added wide receiver Chandler Jones and linebacker Rob Ruggiero to the practice squad.



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►   Nothin’ but Net: Coaching Hot Seat Already Burning

With NBA Media Day barely behind us, it’s perfect fair and reasonable to already speculate as to which coaches will be fired soonest.

We live in a world of immediacy. Blame it on the Internet and MTV.

Obviously, no coach is in immediate danger before we reach Halloween. Some skippers are more in need a big start than others. When it comes time to analyze those coaches likeliest to be shown the door, expectations play a large role.

For example, Jason Kidd is probably not worrying about his job security at the moment. The Milwaukee Bucks don’t figure to be too formidable. Same goes for the Utah Jazz, Minnesota Timberwolves, Sacramento Kings, Orlando Magic and Philadelphia 76ers.

Although, some of their lead men should be a little cautious. Bad teams generally changes coaches as frequently as most change underwear. The blame always shifts to the coach instead of the roster, or the man in charge of putting the roster together.

Mike Malone of the Kings should be a tad bit concerned. Sacramento went 28-54 in Malone’s only campaign and at times, Malone threw his players under the bus so frequently I thought he was the U.S. Ryder Cup captain.

Also going against Malone is the fact the Kings did not improve a little bit in the offseason. They regressed. Isaiah Thomas is gone to be the third point guard in Phoenix, while Darren Collison was brought in as a replacement. That’s a massive downgrade. That’s like Shemp joining the Three Stooges.

Sometimes, there’s a limit to ineptitude. The Sixers could be worse than last season, when they planned on being the worst franchise in professional sports since the Cleveland Indians in “Major League.“

Brett Brown knew the deal when he signed. It’s why he got four years on his contract. General manager Sam Hinkie seems happy with Brown, and truthfully, John Wooden couldn’t win more than 15 games with this roster. Brown is probably safe, but when Hinkie sees the futility the Sixers will display, he might think.

Jacque Vaughn in Orlando is an interesting case. He’s 43-121 in two seasons at the helm in the Magic Kingdom and Orlando is not headed toward the postseason in June of 2015.

Vaughn is a great young coach, record notwithstanding. He’s bright, professional and has a plan. He learned from the best in Gregg Popovich. Vaughn is worth the wait, but it’s getting harder and harder to keep a guy who rarely wins. Two-plus seasons isn’t a lot of time in the grand scheme. But in the world of the NBA, it might be long enough.

Of course, expectations, much like beauty, come in all shapes and sizes.

No coach on the hot seat has loftier expectations than Kevin McHale of the Houston Rockets. Some speculated he might have lost his job this past offseason. In two seasons, McHale has never gotten out of the first round of the playoffs and it’s troubling considering his Rockets had home-court advantage against the Portland Trail Blazers.

McHale never got the credit he deserved for being an all-time defensive great who coached a group that owned a collective indifference to stopping the opposition. He looked at the makeup of his roster when James Harden arrived and decided to run and gun.

Things didn’t get better with Dwight Howard, at least defensively.

Then, this past offseason was a disaster for the Rockets. General manager Daryl Morey swung deep this summer, trying to pry Chris Bosh from the Miami Heat. Swing and a miss.

Houston endured perhaps the worst offseason of any team. Not only did Bosh jilt them, the rival Dallas Mavericks swooped in and signed Chandler Parsons to a huge offer sheet. The Rockets passed on matching and now the third weapon is gone.

Also, the Rockets traded anyone they possibly could (Omer Asik and Jeremy Lin) in order to free up cash to sign Bosh. So, to sum up, the Rockets lost a starter, who happened to be their third-leading scorer, their two biggest bench players and failed to improve in any way.

That means McHale is in trouble. The Rockets are a perfect example of sacrificing the coach instead of confronting the real issue, which is the makeup of this roster. Houston is all about stars and has yet to prove this strategy is a prudent one.

When expectation meets timing, we see Monty Williams of the New Orleans Pelicans.

This is his fifth season in the Big Easy and he is a robust 128-184, making the playoffs just once, his first season in charge.

That’s a long time to be the man without any successful results. Most coaches don’t get three straight seasons under .500, but Williams is still guiding the Pelicans.

Over the last two seasons, New Orleans has taken a more aggressive approach to making the playoffs. They mortgaged some future in order to make the postseason in the crowded Western Conference. Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans were brought in with the hopes of advancing.

In one season, everyone in New Orleans except the cast of “True Blood” got hurt. The Pelicans were 14 games under .500 and now Williams will get one more shot with a healthy roster.

Problem is, the Pelicans still may not be good enough to make the playoffs even if Holiday, Evans, Ryan Anderson, Eric Gordon and, of course, Anthony Davis, avoid the injured list. It’s impossible in my mind to see Williams staying if New Orleans misses the postseason.

The only other potential candidate in jeopardy would be Indiana’s Frank Vogel. He probably will get a pass considering his best player, Paul George, is done for the season because his leg nearly became detached from his body.

Despite team president Larry Bird never wavering in his support of his man, there were whispers that Vogel might have been in trouble this offseason. Never happened and probably won’t. Vogel’s name just deserves a quick mention.

The truth is that all of these gentlemen face intense pressure heading into this season. Any early season slippage and these guys could be shown the door. It’s unfair to bring this to light so early, but life in the NBA is unfair.

Blame goes to the Internet and MTV.



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►   American League Wild Card Game Result

Final Score: Kansas City 9, Oakland 8 (12 innings)

Fans of the Kansas City Royals, starved from postseason baseball for 29 years, were deservedly rewarded with an epic comeback in a wildly entertaining AL wild card showdown on Tuesday. The Royals scored three runs in the eighth inning, another in the ninth to force extras and added two more in the 12th to steal a 9-8 victory over the stunned Oakland Athletics. Alberto Callaspo had given the A’s an 8-7 lead with an RBI single in the 12th, but run-scoring hits from Christian Colon and Salvador Perez in the bottom half capped an instant classic that lasted 4 hours, 45 minutes. Kansas City advanced to take on the Angels in the ALDS, which begins Thursday in Anaheim. The win-or-go-home matchup was billed as a pitching duel between James Shields and Jon Lester—two aces built for this type of situation—and neither delivered a quality start. Instead, it was the Royals’ small-ball heroics that was the difference, as they swiped seven bases and came through with timely two-out hits. Brandon Moss smacked two homers and drove in five runs for the A’s, whose collapse mirrored their entire second half, as they backed into the playoffs despite a dreadful .433 winning percentage after the All-Star break.


►   Harper, Morneau and Altuve Added to Japan Tour Roster

Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and batting champions Justin Morneau of the Colorado Rockies and Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros were announced as additions to the roster for baseball’s tour of Japan this November.

The trio will be part of a squad that already includes Seattle’s Robinson Cano, Baltimore’s Adam Jones, the Angels’ Albert Pujols and the Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig.

Boston’s John Farrell will be the manager for the team, replacing Ron Washington, who had initially been selected as the skipper in August before resigning as manager of the Texas Rangers in September.

The MLB team will play a five-game series against a squad of Japanese League All-Stars.

It will mark the 11th All-Star series and the 36th time overall that a team of Major League Baseball players will tour Japan for games. The current five-game format was adopted in 2006, the last time a group of MLB stars squared off against a team of Japan All-Stars. The MLB team went 5-0 eight years ago.

The opening game will take place in Osaka on Nov. 12 before heading to Tokyo for three games on the weekend of Nov. 14-16. The final game of the series will be in Sapporo on Nov. 18.

Two exhibition games will bookend the series—the first on Nov. 11 and the last on Nov. 20.


►   Yanks’ Beltran Undergoes Elbow Surgery

The New York Yankees announced on Tuesday that outfielder Carlos Beltran underwent surgery to remove loose pieces and a bone spur from his right elbow.

Beltran is expected to begin throwing and hitting in six weeks and should gain clearance to play in 12 weeks.

The 37-year-old played in just three games after Sept. 09 because of the issue. He concluded his first season with the Yankees batting a disappointing .233 with 15 homers and 49 RBI over 109 games.


►   Astros P McHugh Named AL Rookie of the Month

Houston Astros starter Collin McHugh was tabbed the American League Rookie of the Month for September.

McHugh capped his first full season in the majors by going 4-0 with a 1.59 earned run average over 28 1/3 innings pitched in four starts. He limited batters to a .150 average and ranked sixth in strikeouts-per-nine-innings (7.94).

The 27-year-old Chicagoland native and right-hander ended up 11-9 with a 2.73 ERA over 25 starts for the Astros, who snapped a franchise-worst streak of three consecutive 100-loss seasons in 2014.

McHugh joins Roy Oswalt (August 2001), Kirk Saarloos (July 2002) and Hunter Pence (May 2007) as the only Astros players to snag a monthly honor as a first-year player.

Others considered for the season’s final month were Red Sox infielder Xander Bogaerts, Twins outfielder Danny Santana and Kansas City starter Yordano Ventura.


►   Tigers 1B Cabrera Named AL Player of the Month

For the second straight month, a Detroit Tigers player has earned Player of the Month honors in the junior circuit. This time, it’s first baseman Miguel Cabrera, named on Tuesday.

Victor Martinez had been rewarded for August.

Cabrera capped his 2014 campaign and helped his team to a fourth straight AL Central crown by exploding for a .379 average along with eight home runs, 10 doubles, 18 RBI and 19 runs scored over 26 contests.

The 31-year-old Venezuelan, nine-time All-Star and two-time reigning AL MVP also finished atop the league in slugging percentage (.709), extra-base hits (12) and total bases (73), ranked second in total hits and ninth with an on- base pct. of .409.

Cabrera was previously honored as the junior circuit’s top player for July of 2008, August 2012 and July ‘13.

Others considered for mention were AL batting champ and Astros infielder Jose Altuve, Cleveland outfielder Michael Brantley and Angels infielder Howie Kendrick.


►   Dodgers OF Kemp is NL Player of the Month

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp was named the National League Player of the Month for September on Tuesday.

Kemp completed the season’s final month with seven multi-hit performances, and reached the 20-homer plateau for the fifth time in his career. A two-time All- Star, Kemp led the majors with nine home runs and tied teammate Adrian Gonzalez with 25 RBI, while also hitting .322 and posting a .700 slugging percentage.

His finest stretch occurred at Wrigley Field from Sept. 18-21, when he finished 7-for-17 with two homers and eight RBI over the four-game set.

Kemp had previously taken home monthly honors in April of 2012.


►   Wainwright Named Top NL Pitcher for September

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright was named the National League Pitcher of the Month on Tuesday.

Wainwright went 5-0 over five starts in September, pitching 39 innings and posting a 1.38 earned run average during that span.

He also tossed two complete games, including a seven-hit shutout of Milwaukee on Sept. 17. His last start of the season against the Cubs on Sept. 22 saw him win his 20th game of the season to match a career-high.

The 33-year-old went 20-9 with a 2.38 ERA over 32 starts this season.

This was his second monthly award, also winning it in June, 2013.



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►   NFL Fantasy Player of the Week - Week 4

In what is quickly turning into the “Year of the Pass,“ 13 quarterbacks scored at least 20 fantasy points in Week 4 led by New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning.

And with all the rules changes designed to make the passing game succeed, it shouldn’t be a surprise to fantasy owners that 13 quarterbacks are currently on pace to throw for 4,000 yards this season. Compare that to the average number of 4,000-yards passers since 2000 which is 5.9 per season.

Quarterbacks -

Eli Manning, New York Giants - Manning and the Giants were first out of the gate Thursday night and he posted a number for all to see and try to beat. They couldn’t. Behind three first-half touchdown passes to tight end Larry Donnell (see below) Manning finished the night with five touchdowns (four passing, one rushing), 300 yards and a position-leading 34 fantasy points.

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis - Luck threw for four touchdowns for the second consecutive weekend and hit the 370-yard passing mark for the third time in four games as he led the Colts to an easy victory over Tennessee. With 13 touchdown passes and 1,305 yards through the air he leads all fantasy players in points.

Running backs -

DeMarco Murray, Dallas - Murray has taken up permanent residence in this corner of the fantasy piece. He leads the league in rushing after his fourth consecutive game with at least 100 yards rushing and a touchdown. Sunday night he abused a Saints run defense for 149 yards and two scores.

Jamaal Charles, Kansas City - Fantasy owners welcomed back Charles after he missed the last game with an ankle injury and the Chiefs running back showed no signs of the injury lingering. Against New England as he totaled 108 yards from scrimmage and scored three times. Of course, it was such a dominating performance by Kansas City that Charles’ backup, Knile Davis, rushed for 107 yards too.

Wide Receivers -

Steve Smith Sr., Baltimore - Smith was already one of the biggest surprises of the fantasy season, but facing his old team for the first time in Week 4 he was obviously ready to show the Panthers the mistake in their strategy to let him go after last season. He caught seven of 10 targets for 139 yards and two scores worth almost 34 fantasy points.

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh - In 2014 Brown has added the one element which kept him from being a fantasy superstar last season - scoring touchdowns. Sunday he scored twice to bring his season total to five along with 131 yards receiving. He also completed a pass and continues to return punts. He’s the complete package and is currently the top fantasy wideout. This is not a fluke.

Tight Ends -

Larry Donnell, New York Giants - If you said “Who?“ after Donnell scored the first of his three touchdowns Thursday night you haven’t been paying attention. He’s been one of Manning’s favorite targets all season, averaging almost eight targets per game. Thursday he caught seven of eight targets for 54 yards and three touchdowns worth 26 fantasy points. Likely a free agent pickup in your fantasy league, he’s currently ranked fourth at his position ahead of names like Greg Olsen, Antonio Gates and Rob Gronkowski. By the way, he’s owned in less than 60 percent of all Yahoo leagues. What are you waiting for?

Kickers -

Phil Dawson, San Francisco 49ers - Dawson was perfect on the day, going 4- for-4 in field goals attempts, including a 51-yarder, to lead the position with 17 points.

Defense/Special Teams

Philadelphia Eagles - The Eagles defense and special teams did everything they could to help the team and fantasy owners who took a chance on them. The Eagles blocked a punt for a touchdown, returned a punt for a touchdown and took an interception 53 yards for a third score. Unfortunately, they were only started in about 10 percent of all leagues. That’s probably a higher number than you would expect considering their past defensive performance ... or lack of it. You can thank the start of the bye weeks.

And the winner of the TSN Fantasy Player of the Week is ... Giants quarterback Eli Manning. It’s been a long time since the younger Manning found his way onto the FPOW pages, primarily due to his propensity to throw interceptions and his coach’s preference for a balanced offense. Thursday night’s production reminded us of his zenith as a fantasy quarterback - in 2011 when he threw for 4,933 yards and 29 touchdowns.


►   Week 5 Waiver Wire Gold

After passing the quarter mark of the NFL season, players posting solid fantasy numbers are no longer flukes but trends. Finding those patterns is the key to building a championship team.

Unless owners have Jimmy Graham or Julius Thomas, tight end is typically a position which can always be upgraded. Martellus Bennett and Delanie Walker owners are very pleased through four weeks as well.

For other owners, Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce must be on your waiver wire radar. Most owners have picked up on him already, as Kelce is owned in 69 percent of Yahoo leagues, but it is still worth checking out. He caught eight of his nine targets for 93 yards and a touchdown against the Patriots on Monday, and all signs point toward him continuing this production.

Kelce is 6-foot-5, 260 pounds and is a mismatch for any linebacker. The Patriots defense looked atrocious, so one should be careful not to go too far in praising the Chiefs tight end, but he looked like he has the potential to really dominate at times.

In his other three games against an “actual” defense, Kelce had caught 10 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown. With each game, his targets and receiving yards have gone up with the exception of Week 3 against the Dolphins. That game, however, Kelce caught his first touchdown pass of the year.

In standard leagues, his fantasy totals have trended up all four weeks. He started with 4.9 points in Week 1, posted 8.1 in Week 2, 9.6 in Week 3 and finally 15.3 on Monday.

Although those signs are all positive, the biggest reason Kelce has upside the rest of 2014 is the Chiefs offense. Of course, it will always be a rushing attack with Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis, who has emerged to be a great fantasy play the last few weeks.

Charles and Davis will also take away passing opportunities from the receiving corps. Each tailback has eight catches to start the year.

Kelce, however, leads the team with receptions (18), targets (24), receiving yards (259) and is tied for team honors with two touchdown catches. Outside of throwing short to the running backs, Alex Smith is throwing to his big tight end in the flat.

Coach Andy Reid called Kelce’s number on wide receiver bubble screens against the Patriots, indicating he has confidence giving Kelce the ball in open space. Smith also feels comfortable throwing to him down the field as Kelce is fifth among tight ends with a 14.4 yards per catch average. That is higher than both Graham and Thomas.

Kelce will not compete with the numbers Graham and Thomas post on a week-to- week basis, but the Kansas City tight end is a player who, at the very least, can provide depth to any fantasy roster.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 01, 2014T


Major League Baseball - Playoffs
National League Wild Card Game, 8:00 PM - ESPN


National Hockey League - Preseason
Washington at Buffalo, 7:00 PM - MSG-Buffalo
Pittsburgh at Detroit, 7:30 PM - ROOT-Pittsburgh, FS-Detroit, NHL Network
Montreal at Chicago, 8:30 PM - RDS, CSN-Chicago


International Soccer
UEFA Champions League, 2:30 PM - FS1

High School Cross Country 2014: A.J. Everhart Invitational - Girls & Boys

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A.J. Everhart Invitational
Uniontown, PA
09.27.14
Girls & BoysResults

Girls Individual Results
140.	Mackenzee Huff		Gilmer		30:40.7
147.	Kathern Keith		Gilmer		35:19.9


Boys Individual Results
147.	Jesse Gillespie		Gilmer		21:51.9


Middle School Boys Individual Results
20.	Chase Steele		Gilmer		10:31.5
54.	Holt Thomas		Gilmer		12:31.4

SAND FORK TOWN & COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP - OCTOBER 01-24, 2014

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SAND FORK TOWN & COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP

Hosted: Sand Fork Town Council

October 01 — October 24, 2014

Place: Horizon Energy Shop Yard

Please access the dumpster by driving on the road behind the shop building

This event is open to residents of the Sand Fork Community


Items NOT accepted:

TV’s, Computers, Tires, Refrigerators, Chemicals, Freon
Household Trash, any type of Electronics


They will take paint cans, with the lids removed, and dry inside

Questions, Call Town Hall 304.804.2177
If no answer, leave a message, and we will get back to you


LET’S MAKE SAND FORK SHINE !!!

GSC Bluegrass Band Annual Concert Tickets Now on Sale - 10.11.14

Tickets are now on sale for the annual Glenville State College Bluegrass Band Concert scheduled during Homecoming Day 2014 on Saturday, October 11, 2014 in the GSC Fine Arts Center Auditorium. Doors will open at 6:00 PM with the concert beginning at 7:00 PM.

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Some members of the GSC Bluegrass Band who will perform
at the annual concert: (back) Jerrica Hilbert, Laiken Boyd,
Toni Doman; (middle) Jordan Hall, Jordan Young,
Ben Peace; (front) Ryan Brandenberg, Robbie Mann, Grant Bennet


This year’s concert will feature Bobby Osborne and the Rocky Top X-Press as guest performers alongside members of GSC’s Bluegrass Band.

“It’s a personal goal of mine to preserve traditional bluegrass music through our college curriculum and it’s an honor to host a true pioneer like Bobby Osborne and his band at our fall concert. Students and the community are offered a great opportunity to hear and even meet this legendary performer. We are proud to promote a friendly, family atmosphere and would like to invite everyone out to celebrate with us this fall,“ said GSC Bluegrass Music Program Director Megan Darby.

Tickets are $8.00 in advance and $10 at the door the evening of the concert. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted for free.

Traditional music fans will know Osborne and his band from his sixty-plus years in the industry, performances at the Grand Ole Opry, and hit songs like ‘Rocky Top,’ ‘Ruby,’ and ‘I’ve Seen it All.’ The October 2014 concert with Bobby Osborne and the GSC Bluegrass Band promises to be a show that you won’t want to miss.

For ticket information call 304.462.6340.

Flu Clinic in Glenville Today

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Gilmer County Health Department will be at the Glenville Post Office today between the hours of 9:00 AM -12:00 Noon doing Flu shots and will be at the courthouse giving Flu shots from 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM.

If you have PEIA Insurance or Medicare we can bill them.

Others must pay $25.00.       

Gilmer County Farmer’s Market Dynamic Doggie Photo Contest

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Do you have a cute dog?

A helpful dog?

A funny dog?

Or a dog that defies description?

Then you need to enter our GCFM Dynamic Doggie Photo Contest.

All ages and breeds are welcome.

We’ll have fun prizes for winners in a variety of categories, and we’ll publish
your pooch’s picture in the October 18 issue of Fresh Picks, the market newsletter.

Email photos to or attach them
to a message on our Facebook page.

Include your name, your dog’s name and age, and your city.

Photos must be received by midnight October 10, 2014.

And don’t forget to come out to the market for Kids’ Day October 18, 2014!

Glenville: Hunters, Need Lodging?

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Hunters, Need Lodging?

Barrack style facility available

For

$20.00 per night-No linen or

Lodge Rooms 3 person occupancy

$50.00 per night All bed linens and toiletries included

Both facilities have heating and/or air conditioning


Contact:
Director Darrel Ramsey 304.462.7653 or cell at 304.904.3450

West Fork Conservation District Supervisors Meeting – Tuesday 10.07.14

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The West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 07, 2014, at the USDA Service Center, Mt. Clare, WV.

The meeting starts at 9:00 AM.

Please if you have questions contact Robin Ward district manager for the West Fork Conservation District at 304.627.2160 x 109.

The West Fork Conservation District in West Virginia is comprised of the following four (4) counties located in the northern-central portion of the state:

•  Doddridge County
•  Gilmer County
•  Harrison County
•  Lewis County

BOOK SALE TO BENEFIT GILMER LIBRARY ROOF - FRIDAY

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BOOK SALE TO BENEFIT LIBRARY ROOF

Friday, October 03, 2014 from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM

Hundreds of book and VHS titles available

Great for gifts, too

Library is located on Walnut Street across from the high school

For information call 304.462.5620

PRICETOWN: GARAGE SALE - October 02-04, 2014

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OCTOBER 02-04 , 2O14

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

304.269.1453

1760 U.S. HIGHWAY 33 E

PRICETOWN, WV

CLOTHING

GLASSWARE (ALL KINDS)

PICTURES (LARGE AND SMALL)

COOKWARE AND HOUSEHOLD

TOYS: BOYS AND GIRLS!!

CHRISTMAS SANTA CLAUSES, DECORATIONS AND GIFTS

***SOMETHING FOR ALL AGES***

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Gilmer County Commission: REQUEST FOR SEALED BIDS - 1990 4-WD Dodge Dakota

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The Gilmer County Commission is receiving sealed bids for the sale of a 1990 4-WD Dodge Dakota, short bed pick-up truck.

The minimum bid is $300.00.

Please contact Darrel Ramsey with questions or to view this vehicle.

Send sealed bids to:
                              Attention: Cindy Wilson (Truck Bid)
                              Gilmer County Commission
                              10 Howard Street
                              Glenville,WV 26351

Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on Monday, October 06, 2014.

Bids will be opened and reviewed on Tuesday, October 07, 2014 at the County Commission Room in the Gilmer County Courthouse.

The Commission retains the right to accept or reject all bids.

Bon Appétit: Garlic Shrimp Linguine

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Ingredients:

Recipe makes 8 servings

  1 pound uncooked linguine
  1 tablespoon butter
  3 tablespoons white wine
  2 teaspoons grated Parmesan cheese
  3 cloves garlic, minced
  1 teaspoon chopped fresh parsley
  1 pinch salt and pepper to taste
  1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined


Directions:

Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook for 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente; drain.

In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium low heat; add wine, cheese, garlic, parsley and salt and pepper to taste. Simmer over low heat for 3 to 5 minutes, stirring frequently.

Increase heat to medium high and add shrimp to saucepan; cook for about 3 to 4 minutes or until shrimp begins to turn pink. Do not overcook.

Divide pasta into portions and spoon sauce on top; garnish with Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley, if desired.

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Meditation Moment - 10.01.14

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THE RICH MAN AND LAZARUS
Luke 16:19-31

There are many lessons to be learned from the rich man and Lazarus concerning death and life after death.

We learn that the physical body dies when the soul (inward man) departs from the body.  (James 2:26)

The inward man returns to God who gave it.

The outward man returns to the dust of the earth from whence it was made.

So the things we see now are here today and are gone tomorrow, but the things we cannot see now will last forever, the inward man or soul.


We learn our souls are conscious after death; they do no sleep, as some have supposed, until the morning of the resurrection.

The rich man felt the fires of hell and torment.

He was very thirsty and desired water to cool his tongue.

He had thoughts about his five brothers and remembered they had not accepted the law given by Moses and the prophets.

Because he did not obey God’s law, he is now in hell’s fire, suffering the most severe pain know to the human body.

We learn that the righteous are taken immediately to Paradise, a place of happiness and comfort; that the wicked at death go immediately to Tartarus, the place of punishment in fire.


We learn there is no security in riches at death.

So don’t trust in riches for they are uncertain, but trust in the living God.  (I Tim:
6:17; Matt. 6:19-20; Luke 12:15)

We learn to strive for a better inheritance than can be possessed in this life; Lay up treasures in heaven.  (Matt. 6:19-20)


We learn there is no escape from the suffering and torment of the fire for the sinners.

We see the amazing folly of people who suppose there will be an end to such suffering.

It is foolish not to obey God and the teaching of the New Testament.

God gives us sufficient warning to prepare for escape.

No dead person will come back to life and tell you what he has seen there in Hades.

II Corinthians 6:2 says….now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.

“Wherefore, as the Holy Spirit says, Today if you will hear his voice, Harden not your hearts….”  (Heb. 3:7&8)

Your life is like a vapor, its short, then gone. (James 4:14)

Glenville Church of Christ
211 Powell Street, Glenville WV
Noel Roberts - Phone 304.462.8136

Laura Dorothy Marie Jones Lane

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Laura Dorothy Marie Jones Lane

Age 90, a long-time resident of Upper Nicut, Rosedale, WV for 71 years, passed away Sunday September 28, 2014 at home.

She was born February 23, 1924 in St. Mary’s, WV, the daughter of the late Dewey and Clara Bell Greenlee Jones.

She is survived by sons, Timothy Lane of Upper Nicut, Larry Lane of Marshall Illinois, Derek Lane of Mt. Run, Jack Lane of Upper Nicut; daughters, Sandra Beitz of Williamstown, Carolyn Lane of Upper Nicut; 10 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and 6 great-great grandchildren.

She is preceded in death in addition to her parents, by her husband Earnest Newton Lane; sons Gary Lane and David Lane; daughter Katherine Kay Lane; one grandchild and one great grandchild.

The family would like to offer special thanks to Roane Home Health Care of Spencer, Coplin Clinic of Elizabeth and extra-special thanks to Dr. Tracy Hendershot at Coplin Clinic.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM Friday October 03, 2014 at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg.

Burial will follow in the Lane Cemetery, Upper Nicut Road, Rosedale.

Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 6:00-8:00 PM.

Kenneth Lee Radcliff

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Kenneth Lee Radcliff

Age 64, of Broad Run Road Jane Lew, WV passed away on Monday, September 29, 2014 in United Hospital Center of Bridgeport following an extended illness.

He was born in Richwood, WV on January 12, 1950: son of the late Bernard “Rube” Radcliff and Rosie (Smith) Radcliff.

On May 19, 2007, he married Kathryn D. (Taylor) Radcliff, who survives.

Mr. Radcliff is also survived by two sisters: Juanita (Bobby) Lake and Barbara Henline both of Bridgeport and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Kenneth was preceded in death by one brother: Jackie Radcliff and three sisters: Betty Eisenhardt, Anna “Micky” Waters and Jewell Radcliff.

Mr. Radcliff was a retired Health Service Assistant with Weston State Hospital and William R. Sharpe, Jr. Hospitals of Weston.

He was a member of the Real Life Church of Shadybrook.

Kenneth was a graduate of Lewis County High School of Weston. His hobbies include boating, fishing and hunting. He enjoyed being with family and will be missed.

Family and friends will be received at the Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home 730 N. Main Avenue Weston on Wednesday, October 01, 2014 from 5-8 PM.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 11 AM from the Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home chapel with Reverend Kelly Legg officiating.

Interment will follow services in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens of Jane Lew, WV.

Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is honored to serve the family of Kenneth Lee Radcliff.

Mary Lou Ross

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Mary Lou Ross

Age 77 of Rt. 23 N. West Union, WV departed this life on Friday, September 26, 2014 in her residence surrounded by her loving family.

She was born on August 30, 1937 at Center Point a daughter of the late John and Bonnie Faye Phillips Shields.

She was married to Joseph A. Ross who preceded her in death on December 14, 2010.

Surviving are two sisters, Doris Smith and husband Jim, Ravenswood, Deborah Bailey and companion Chalmer Coen, one brother, John R. Shields and wife Patty, Sedalia and several nieces and nephews. One sister Millie Folsom preceded her in death.

Mrs. Ross was retired from Boeing & Hughes Aircraft with 30 year’s service as an inspector. She enjoyed quilting, playing golf.

She was Baptist by faith.

At her request she was cremated.

A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family.

Spurgeon Funeral Home is privileged to serve the Ross family.

Eugene G. Frame

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Eugene G. Frame

Age 81, passed away Thursday, September 25, 2014.

Eugene was born August 04, 1933 in Tague, WV a son of the late Gordon and Iva Mitchell Frame.

He was an auto worker for General Motors in Brook Park, Ohio for over 30 years.

Eugene was a member of Hope Baptist Church, Frametown.

Eugene was also a member of NRA, the UAW Local 1250, and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He will be remembered as an incredibly loving and gentle man.

Eugene is survived by his son, Leonard Frame; daughter, Diane (Scott) Horstman; grandchildren, Vanessa Taylor, Kyle and Joshua Frame, Chris (Haley) Horstman, and Jason and Nicole Horstman; great grandchildren, Lucas, Blake, and Holden; sister, Merceda Long.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Juanita Cook; and daughter-in-law, Kathy Frame.

Graveside service with military rites will be 11 AM Saturday, October 04, 2014 at the Frame Family Cemetery, Frametown.

Friends may call from 6 to 9 PM Friday with a time of sharing at 7 PM at the Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

The family would like to thank the staff at Elmcroft of Medina and Hospice of Medina County for their kind and compassionate care given to Eugene.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 408 9th St. SW, Canton, OH 44707.

Arrangements by Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Gilmer County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Timothy Alan Carter
Height:5   8"
Weight:140 lbs.
Birth Date:01.10.1960
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:John Robert Carder
Height:5   7"
Weight:180 lbs.
Birth Date:10.18.1978
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 SEXUAL ABUSE 3RD DEGREE
SEXUAL ABUSE 2ND DEGREE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Joe Williams
Height:6   0"
Weight:185 lbs.
Birth Date:01.01.1965
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $0.00 ASSAULT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Ginger Dee Blosser
Height: 5   5"
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: 03.28.1971
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $2,000.00 VIOLATIONS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ORDER



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: James Coy Blosser
Height: 5   5"
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: 12.12.1983
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Gilmer County - Bail: $5,000.00 DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED 3RD

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Calhoun County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Christina Darlene Wilson
Height:5   9"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:05.10.1976
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Calhoun County - Bail: $0.00 EXPOSURE OF METH MANUFACTURING TO CHILD

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Lewis County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Kimberly Marie Fisher
Height:5   5"
Weight:135 lbs.
Birth Date:07.05.1978
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 VIOLATION OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAM



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:James Edward Dills
Height:5   9"
Weight:165 lbs.
Birth Date:11.15.1958
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 NO SEAT BELT
DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED 3RD



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Jason Todd Murphy
Height:6   0"
Weight:170 lbs.
Birth Date:09.12.1972
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 DELIVERY OF SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Matthew Jon Ellis
Height:5   11"
Weight:175 lbs.
Birth Date:03.19.1984
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 WORTHLESS CHECKS



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Shana Ryan McCoy
Height:6   1"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:07.12.1993
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 DUI



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Ryan Andrew Keesecker
Height:5   10"
Weight:175 lbs.
Birth Date:08.20.1993
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 PAROLE VIOLATION
DOMESTIC BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Sue Ann Arbogast
Height:5   7"
Weight:176 lbs.
Birth Date:02.17.1961
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 PROBATION VIOLATION



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Danelle Rae Hawkins
Height:5   2"
Weight:132 lbs.
Birth Date:10.30.1982
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 VIOLATION OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAM



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Tyler Joseph Cunningham
Height: 5   7"
Weight: 213 lbs.
Birth Date: 11.18.19692
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.25.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 SOLICIT MINOR VIA COMPUTER
DISTRIBUTING/DISPLAY OBSCENE MATTER TO MINOR



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Joshua Dalton Donnellan
Height: 5   10"
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: 03.19.19696
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.25.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 OBSTRUCTING
WEA PROHIB/PERSON POSSESSION DEADLY WEAPON



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Chae Donivan Moneypenny
Height: 6   1"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Birth Date: 02.24.19693
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.25.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 OBSTRUCTING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Eric Michael Jenkins
Height: 5   11"
Weight: 135 lbs.
Birth Date: 12.11.1976
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.23.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Lewis County - Bail: $0.00 DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED/REVOKED
IMPROPER/EXPIRED REGISTRATION
NO INSURANCE
NO INSPECTION-NO MVI
DUI

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Braxton County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Tina Florence Wolfenbarker
Height:5   6"
Weight:110 lbs.
Birth Date:09.08.1975
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 GRAND LARCENY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Kelly Jo Perrine
Height:5   5"
Weight:175 lbs.
Birth Date:05.12.1982
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Victoria Lenoria Mckinney
Height:5   5"
Weight:137 lbs.
Birth Date:07.31.1982
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY
DESTRUCTION/INJURY PROPERTY
DOMESTIC ASSAULT 1ST/2ND(BY THREATS)
ASSAULT
TRESPASSING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Camden Allen Carpenter
Height:5   11"
Weight:185 lbs.
Birth Date:07.22.1984
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $7,425.00 FAM OFF FAILURE TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Timothy Lynn Claypool
Height:5   6"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:11.19.1971
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 AGGRAVATED DUI



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Edgar Gregory
Height:6   1"
Weight:220 lbs.
Birth Date:08.07.1959
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
1ST POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Terry Camden Cutlip
Height:6   1"
Weight:195 lbs.
Birth Date:08.26.1975
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $15,000.00 OBSTRUCTING
FLEEING WITH RECKLESS INDIFFERENCE
ESCAPE (ATTEMPT) OF ONE CHARGED WITH FELONY
FLEEING ON FOOT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Roy Burton Lockard
Height:5   8"
Weight:169 lbs.
Birth Date:06.06.1955
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER CONTROLED SUBSTANCE

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Ritchie County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Michael Addison Ingram
Height:6   1"
Weight:240 lbs.
Birth Date:03.14.1996
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Ritchie County - Bail: $0.00 BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Jason Shane Jenkins
Height:6   0"
Weight:360 lbs.
Birth Date:07.17.1977
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Ritchie County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Justin Lee Knight
Height:5   5"
Weight:140 lbs.
Birth Date:12.28.1988
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Ritchie County - Bail: $0.00 GRAND LARCENY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Trace Edward Daugherty
Height: 6   1"
Weight: 250 lbs.
Birth Date: 02.08.1989
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Ritchie County - Bail: $0.00 PROBATION VIOLATION

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Doddridge County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Michael Thomas Tasker
Height:5   10"
Weight:150 lbs.
Birth Date:09.25.1957
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Doddridge County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Barbour County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Charles Anthony Schillinger
Height:5   5"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:10.27.1972
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Barbour County - Bail: $0.00 FELONY DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:John Wesley Mcgee
Height:5   10"
Weight:180 lbs.
Birth Date:08.07.1959
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Barbour County - Bail: $0.00 OBSTRUCTING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Michael Eugene Stackpole
Height:5   9"
Weight:145 lbs.
Birth Date:01.10.1995
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Barbour County - Bail: $0.00 UNLAWFUL WOUNDING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Thomas Bradlford Swiger
Height:6   2"
Weight:250 lbs.
Birth Date:06.19.1980
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Barbour County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Charles Lee Croston
Height: 5   11"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: 09.14.19673
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.25.2014
Facility: Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Barbour County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Ronald Michael Gilmore
Height: 6   0"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: 01.14.19682
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Barbour County - Bail: $0.00 TRESPASSING
DESTRUCTION/INJURY PROPERTY
DRIVING ON REVOKED LICENSE
LEAVING SCENE OF ACCIDENT
LEFT OF CENTER PASS AUTO PROCEED IN SAME

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Roane County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Annette Marie Starcher
Height:5   1"
Weight:150 lbs.
Birth Date:04.21.1983
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Roane County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY
1ST POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
VIOLATE HOME CONFINEMENT
CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT A FELONY
OPERATE OR ATTEMPT CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Christopher Adam Hundley
Height:5   10"
Weight:175 lbs.
Birth Date:08.14.1983
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Roane County - Bail: $0.00 VIOLATE HOME CONFINEMENT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Willard Eugene Goff
Height:5   11"
Weight:240 lbs.
Birth Date:05.15.1970
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Roane County - Bail: $0.00 IMPROPER/EXPIRED REGISTRATION
DUI (1ST OFFENSE)
DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Nathan Ryan Miller
Height:6   0"
Weight:210 lbs.
Birth Date:03.14.19683
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Roane County - Bail: $0.00 ASSAULT
DESTRUCTION/INJURY PROPERTY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Thomas Wayne Wilson
Height:6   4"
Weight:245 lbs.
Birth Date:12.12.1965
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Roane County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Ricky Dean Ball
Height: 5   4"
Weight: 135 lbs.
Birth Date: 10.20.1968
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Roane County - Bail: $10,000.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY 2ND

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Tyler County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Kristica Rheannon Skelley
Height:5   7"
Weight:140 lbs.
Birth Date:08.14.1981
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Tyler County - Bail: $0.00 NIGHTIME BURGLARY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Nancy Chaplin
Height:5   5"
Weight:142 lbs.
Birth Date:10.16.1960
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Tyler County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Kenneth L Jones
Height:6   1"
Weight:280 lbs.
Birth Date:10.16.1965
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Tyler County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Cody Roy Nelson
Height:5   10"
Weight:170 lbs.
Birth Date:08.28.1991
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Tyler County - Bail: $0.00 BATTERY

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Webster County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Deborah Lee Paugh
Height:5   5"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:05.29.1961
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 OPERATE OR ATTMPT CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Tamera Elaine Holmes
Height:5   5"
Weight:145 lbs.
Birth Date:03.02.1984
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 OPERATE OR ATTMPT CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Tommy Joe Wolverton
Height:6   2"
Weight:245 lbs.
Birth Date:03.08.1982
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DISORDERLY CONDUCT
DEPRESSANTS POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE UNLESS PRESCRIPTION
PUBLIC INTOXICATION



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Larry Joseph Boggs
Height:5   7"
Weight:156 lbs.
Birth Date:02.21.1964
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Kevin Eugene Blankenship
Height:6   6"
Weight:245 lbs.
Birth Date:03.05.1960
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC ASSAULT 1ST/2ND(BY THREATS)
DOMESTIC BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Michael Lee Johns
Height:6   0"
Weight:255 lbs.
Birth Date:08.30.1966
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Ethan Walter Cogar
Height:5   11"
Weight:130 lbs.
Birth Date:07.28.1989
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Gary Paul Weatherholtz
Height:5   10"
Weight:150 lbs.
Birth Date:04.17.1986
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC ASSAULT 1ST/2ND(W/DISPLAY OF WEAPON)
DOMESTIC BATTERY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Charles David Wine
Height:5   7"
Weight:212 lbs.
Birth Date:08.26.1951
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (1ST OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Bobbie Jo Brown
Height:5   8"
Weight:134 lbs.
Birth Date:03.16.1984
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 VIOLATE HOME CONFINEMENT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Cody Lee Williams
Height:6   1"
Weight:200 lbs.
Birth Date:09.08.1992
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 VIOLATE HOME CONFINEMENT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Robert Phillip Boggs
Height:6   3"
Weight:170 lbs.
Birth Date:11.23.1992
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Webster County - Bail: $0.00 OPERATE OR ATTMPT CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Upshur County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Buddy Allen Young
Height:5   10"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:06.12.1975
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.28.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (2ND OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Scott Allen Hall
Height:5   11"
Weight:170 lbs.
Birth Date:05.23.1972
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 DUI



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Joseph Michael Snider
Height:5   4"
Weight:145 lbs.
Birth Date:09.14.1967
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (2ND OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Joseph Mitchell Hall
Height:6   2"
Weight:210 lbs.
Birth Date:01.28.1947
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 SHOPLIFTING 1ST OFFENSE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Eric Matthew Robinson
Height:6   0"
Weight:250 lbs.
Birth Date:06.24.1982
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 PROBATION VIOLATION



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Jason Daniel Peck
Height:6   1"
Weight:245 lbs.
Birth Date:04.23.1983
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 DUI (2ND OFFENSE)



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Mark Allen Merriman
Height:5   9"
Weight:165 lbs.
Birth Date:11.23.1991
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED 3RD
NO INSURANCE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Michael Ross Long
Height:5   9"
Weight:130 lbs.
Birth Date:09.05.1989
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 B



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:James Anderson Roy
Height:5   11"
Weight:185 lbs.
Birth Date:05.07.1966
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 PROBATION VIOLATION



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Lloyd Ricky Nicholson
Height:5   7"
Weight:245 lbs.
Birth Date:08.13.1984
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 FAILURE TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Brian Michael Babbit
Height:5   11"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:05.08.1983
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 TRESPASSING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Bryon Christopherbush Hornor
Height:6   1"
Weight:250 lbs.
Birth Date:08.20.1994
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 FLEEING WITH RECKLESS INDIFFERENCE
DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED/REVOKED
NO INSURANCE
SPEEDING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Michael Brady Waugh
Height: 5   8"
Weight: 180 lbs.
Birth Date: 08.02.19692
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 TRESPASSING
ASSAULT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Molly Mae Jones
Height: 5   6"
Weight: 189 lbs.
Birth Date: 07.26.1995
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 OBSTRUCTING POLICE
FALSE REPORT OF EMERGENCY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Kayla Michelle Miller
Height: 4   11"
Weight: 135 lbs.
Birth Date: 08.31.1990
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $0.00 PROBATION VIOLATION



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Carmen Jane Mallett
Height: 5   1"
Weight: 134 lbs.
Birth Date: 08.29.1968
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 09.24.2014
Facility: Tygarts Valley Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Upshur County - Bail: $2,500.00 OBSTRUCTING POLICE
INTERFERE W/OFFICER

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Clay County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Timothy William Tryon
Height:5   11"
Weight:165 lbs.
Birth Date:06.10.1987
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Clay County - Bail: $0.00 PROBATION VIOLATION



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Roy Timothy Edkin
Height:6   2"
Weight:165 lbs.
Birth Date:03.16.1985
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Clay County - Bail: $0.00 DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED 3RD
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