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Gregory Named to Dean’s List at West Virginia Wesleyan College

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Lindsay Gregory of Normantown, WV was named to the Dean’s List at West Virginia Wesleyan College for the 2017 spring semester.

Wesleyan’s Dean’s List requires students to earn a grade point average of 3.5 - 3.9 in 12 or more semester hours.

Founded in 1890, West Virginia Wesleyan is a private residential college located in Buckhannon.

The college offers 49 majors and graduate programs in athletic training, business, education, English and nursing.

Thirteen Wesleyan students have been selected as U.S. Department of State Fulbright Scholars.

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Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Monday, May 22, 2017 Chief Judge Facemire held motion day in Gilmer County.


•  Seven juvenile cases were heard.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Robert Potter

He was before the Court and he was readmitted to probation and home confinement for a period of 5 years.

His attorney was Eric Wildman.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Charles Pritt

Upon his former plea was sent for 60 days diagnosis and classification at the penitentiary and his sentencing was deferred until August 28, 2017 at 9:30 AM.

His attorney was Clinton Bischoff.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Patty Reynolds

She was sentenced to 6 months in Central Regional Jail followed by 1 year in Central Regional Jail with sentence suspended and she was placed on 5 years probation with 150 hours per year of community service.

Her attorney was Clinton Bischoff and special prosecutor Shannon Jones worked out this plea deal and dismissed all felony charges against her.


•  The felony charges were also dismissed against William Reynolds who also pled to 2 misdemeanor counts in an information filed against him.

His sentencing is set for July 06, 2017 at 9:00 AM.

He has been in jail since August of last year and he made bond today and was released pending his sentencing.

His attorney was Brian Bailey and Shannon Jones was also the special prosecutor.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Margaret White

She was before the Court for reduction of bond, and it was reduced to $10,000.00 and home confinement.

Her attorney was Eric Hencil.


•  One guardian matter was reset for June 26, 2017 at 9:50 AM.

Kids Swim Camp to be held at GSC

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Glenville State College will be the site of a Swim Camp being held this summer for local children in order to teach them about water safety and swimming techniques.

The day camp is scheduled to take place Tuesday, May 30 through Friday, June 16.

Each week the camp will run Tuesday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. until noon.

The camp will take place in GSC’s Health and Physical Education Building.

Children ages 6 through 14 are invited to participate. Cost is $75 per week and $200 for all three weeks. The camp is limited to 20 children each week.

The daily camp itinerary includes approximately two (nonconsecutive) hours in the pool and two (nonconsecutive) hours in the classroom.

Swimming lessons and water safety instruction will be included in the camp.

The first and second weeks of the camp will center on swimming basics followed by advanced swimming and related topics during the third week.

Camp director Jennifer Wenner says, “Many kids will be around the water this summer and it’s important they know not only how to move through the water, but also how to be safe in and around it.”

For more information or to sign up, contact Jennifer Wenner via e-mail at or by calling 304.462.6436.

GSC Athletics Partners With BSN SPORTS and Nike

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Glenville State College Director of Athletics Marcal Lazenby would like to announce that the athletic department has signed a contract with the BSN SPORTS Rewards Program corporate sponsorship agreement to make Nike the preferred and exclusive uniform/apparel and footwear provider for the Pioneers.

With the agreement, all athletic teams, coaches, and staff will exclusively wear Nike uniforms and footwear. “We are thrilled to partner with BSN to become an exclusive Nike apparel school,“ stated Lazenby. “The Nike swoosh is the most recognizable and prestigious brand in the sports world. This agreement with Nike allows us to further our brand.“ BSN SPORTS is the largest distributor of team sports apparel and equipment in the United States.

“On behalf of everyone at BSN SPORTS, we are thrilled to partner with Nike and Glenville State College providing their student athletes, coaching staff and fans with the finest apparel and athletic products,“  Terry Babilla, BSN SPORTS President commented.  “We look forward to continuing our ongoing relationship with Glenville State athletics for many years to come and wish them continued success in Mountain East Conference and throughout all NCAA activities.“

The GSC Athletic Department is excited to partner with BSN SPORTS and to officially become a part of the Nike family.

Spring Interns Complete Student Teaching for GSC

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Ten students have completed their student teaching internships for Glenville State College and participated in GSC’s 143rd Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 06, 2017.


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Kaitlyn Bircheat of Chapmanville, WV completed her student teaching in Music Education (PreK-adult) at Buckhannon-Upshur High School, Robert L. Bland Middle School, and Jane Lew Elementary School with Jeremiah Smallridge and Tracy Alfred.

Dr. David Lewis and Dr. John Taylor were her GSC supervisors.

She is the daughter of Steve and Dewana Bircheat of Chapmanville, West Virginia.


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Brittany Burdette of Ripley, WV completed her student teaching in English Education (5-adult) at Robert L. Bland Middle School and Lewis County High School with Lesley White and Grace Harris.

Dr. John Taylor and Dr. Melody Wise were her GSC supervisors.

She is the daughter Julie Burdette and Alex Buchanan of Evans, West Virginia.

She is engaged to be married to Spencer Steele, who is a recent GSC graduate.


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Meghan Harubin of Normantown, WV completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Education (PreK-K) at Davis Elementary School with Melissa Duckworth and Paula Frame.

Dr. Shelly Ratliff was her GSC Supervisor.

She is the daughter of Chuck and Kathy Harubin of Normantown, West Virginia.


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Jerrica Hilbert of Saint Albans, WV completed her student teaching in Music Education (PreK-adult) at Williamstown High School with Chris Hodges and at Mineral Wells Elementary with Beth Buskirk.

Dr. David Lewis and Dr. Shara Curry were her GSC supervisors.

She is the daughter of Jerry and Sherry Hilbert of Saint Albans, West Virginia.


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Charles ‘Chuck’ Lynch of Sissonville, WV completed his student teaching in Biological Science (9-adult) and General Science (5-adult) at Gilmer County High School with Travis Fisher and Monica Haley.

Dr. Shara Curry and Dr. Jeff Hunter were his GSC supervisors.

He is the son of Dana and Tami Lynch of Sissonville, West Virginia.


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Jonathan Reid of Clear Creek, WV completed his student teaching in Music Education (PreK-adult) at Gilmer County Elementary School and Doddridge County High School with Judy Leggett and Shaylyn Dabbs.

Dr. David Lewis and Dr. Shelly Ratliff were his GSC supervisors.

He is the son of Randall and Kathy Reid of Clear Creek, West Virginia.


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Sara Rollins of Macfarlan, WV completed her student teaching in Music Education (PreK-adult) at Williamstown High School, Pleasant Hill Elementary School, and Arnoldsburg Elementary School with Chris Hodges and John Bugby.

Dr. David Lewis and Dr. Shara Curry were her GSC supervisors.

She is the daughter of Terry and Vicki Rollins of Macfarlan, West Virginia.

Rollins was also named Outstanding Student Teacher of the spring semester by the education honor society Kappa Delta Pi.


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J’Aime Shearer of Weston, WV completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Education (PreK-K) at Gilmer County Elementary School with Amber Frashure and Lora Stump.

Dr. Shara Curry and Connie Stout-O’Dell were her GSC supervisors.

She is the daughter of Jim and Beth Barnes of Horner, West Virginia.

She currently resides in Weston with her husband William and daughter Madison.


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Kimberly Smith of Harrisville, WV completed her student teaching in Music Education (PreK-adult) at Lewis County High School, Leading Creek Elementary School, and Roanoke Elementary School with Whitney Ballard and Allen Heath.

Dr. David Lewis and Dr. John Taylor were her GSC supervisors.

She is the daughter of Amy Floyd of Coxs Mills, West Virginia.


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Tiffany (Young) Somerville of Linn, WV completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Education (PreK-K) at Leading Creek Elementary School with Debbie Adams and Debbie Moss.

Dr. Shelly Ratliff was her GSC Supervisor.

She is the daughter of Larry and Robin Young of Sand Fork, West Virginia.

She currently resides in Linn with her husband Taylor.


Senior teacher education students take part in an internship during their final semester at GSC. At the conclusion of their internship students must complete a presentation illustrating their mastery of the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) standards as well as the standards of their particular area of study.

For more information about the Teacher Education Program at Glenville State College, contact 304.462.4119.

West Fork Conservation District Farm Field Day Event!

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The West Fork Conservation District encourages producers and students to attend the 2017 “Grazing Management Strategies” Field Day on Friday July 21st, and Saturday July 22nd, 2017. This field day will be for producers interested in learning about improving grazing practices and soil health, to make their operations more productive and profitable!

What are we talking about? The WFCD, along with WVU Extension, and The Natural Resource Conservation Service, will welcome renowned key note speakers, Mr. Greg Judy, and Dr. Matt Poore, who will come together to educate West Virginia’s local beef producers about extending forage production, successful cattle handling, and many other key features to successful farming.

Rancher and public speaker, Greg Judy, has given numerous talks and seminars all over the US, New Zealand & Canada, teaching the benefits of holistic high density planned grazing, leasing land, multi-species grazing, custom grazing, agroforestry and wildlife management. Mr. Judy will talk about “securing and developing economical grazing leases and mob grazing.”

Dr. Matt Poore, a Professor at North Carolina State University and Extension Beef Specialist, will teach about “making adaptive grazing work for you while maintaining soil health”.

There is something for everyone in this field day, and you do not want to miss these once in a lifetime keynote speakers! (Please note that you will need to pre-register with the District office to attend these events).

The field day will be a two-day event, with a dinner meeting featuring both Mr. Judy and Dr. Poore, taking place Friday, July 21st, at 6:00 p.m. at the Doddridge Co. Park on Snow Bird Road in Doddridge County, WV.

Saturday, July 22nd, will be a day filled with a morning seminar and an afternoon pasture walk, featuring Mr. Judy, Dr. Poore and West Fork’s NRCS District Conservationist, Jeff Griffith. Saturday’s event will start at 9:00 a.m. at the Maxwell farm, owned by John & Sue Ann Spiker, in Doddridge County, WV.

RSVP’s, including payment to attend, will need to be made by July 14th, 2017, and should include the number attending and the events that you wish to attend. We hope to see all of you out there for a chance to take away some great information and make great connections! To register, or for more information on this event, please contact WFCD at
304.627.2160 x 4.

Estate Planning Expert to Provide Seminar

One of the nation’s leading estate planning and taxation attorneys, Charles “Skip” Fox IV, is coming to Parkersburg on May 24th. 

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As a partner in McGuireWoods of Charlottesville, VA,
Skip Fox chairs the firm’s private wealth services team.


Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation (PACF), Mid-Ohio Valley Estate Planning Council (MOVEPC), and the Marietta Community Foundation, financial planners, bankers, attorneys, accountants and insurance agents can participate in a national-caliber educational seminar right here at home.  Ohio and West Virginia continuing education credits are available in the fields of law, banking, accounting, insurance and financial planning.

Thanks to generous event sponsors, Astorg & Jones, CPAs, Peoples Bank, WesBanco Bank, and United Bank, the all-inclusive fee is $250 ($200 for MOVEPC members). 

The seminar is on May 24th from 8:30am - 4:30pm at the Parkersburg Country Club. 

To register or learn more, contact the PACF at 304.428.4428 or or visit www.pacfwv.com/MOVEPC/Register.

Bone Receives GSC Faculty Award of Excellence

Glenville State College’s newest Faculty Award of Excellence recipient is Associate Professor of Music Dr. Lloyd Bone. He received the award at the 143rd Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 06, 2017.

“Receiving this award is truly an honor. The GSC faculty ranks are full of so many talented people who have been recognized nationally and internationally in their fields. There are so many deserving faculty and I am honored to represent all of them. However, it must be stated that awards like this do not happen in a vacuum. I would never have gotten to this point without the help of so many people. I first must thank my incredible wife of 22 years Susan and my children Casey, Tobias, and Phineas. They have sacrificed hundreds of hours of me being away. They are the ultimate blessing. Also, my previous teachers R. Winston Morris and Timothy Northcut and the fantastic mentorship from colleagues and friends. Also, our students and alumni. I would have never received this award without all of their hard work, care, passion, and love. Lastly, my mother and father who sacrificed so much for me to be in music; I will never be able to thank them enough,” Bone stated.

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GSC President Dr. Peter Barr with Dr. Lloyd Bone (right)


A nomination from a current student called Bone, “the most influential and passionate instructor I have ever had” and noted that he, “loves and supports his students 100%, every day.” Another student said, “you will rarely find someone as open, accepting, warm, or inviting as Dr. Bone – he always has something encouraging to say to everyone.”

Bone has been a faculty member at GSC since 2004. In addition to his teaching duties, he also directs the Pioneer ‘Wall of Sound’ Marching Band, the Brass Ensemble, and the Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble. He has published the world’s first guide book for the euphonium, led several groups of GSC students around the world to meetings of the International Tuba and Euphonium Conference, and was nominated for a Music Educator Award by the Grammy Foundation®. He completed his Doctor of Musical Arts in Euphonium Performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in 2015. Shortly after arriving at GSC, Bone began the GSC Honor Band and Honor Choir Festival which will enter its tenth year this coming spring. The event has become very popular and attracts students from all over West Virginia.

Bone has led the Glenville State College Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble to five straight invitations and performances to the International Tuba and Euphonium Conference. Something that, in the history of the conference, only a small number of schools around the world have accomplished. He also was personally invited as a guest artist to these conferences in 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013. The Ensemble also performed at the 2007 United States Army Band Tuba and Euphonium Conference in Washington, D.C., the 2013 Midwest Tuba and Euphonium Conference at Illinois State University, as well as several West Virginia state music conferences.

Due largely to his efforts, the GSC Brass Ensemble is invited annually to perform on the busiest shopping day of the year (the Saturday before Christmas) at the Town Center Mall in Charleston. The yearly repeat performances have garnered a popular following from shoppers all over the Charleston region who come out to hear the band perform.

During his years at GSC, Bone has been involved in numerous campus committees and social organizations such as the Music Educators National Conference (now the National Association for Music Education), Baptist Campus Ministry, and as and a Cheerleading advisor. Along with members of the marching band, Bone has been to all home football games and GSC Homecoming Parades over the past 13 years, including when two of his children were born during the week of Homecoming. He directed GSC’s Pep Band for seven years, attending numerous men’s and women’s basketball games. However, according to Bone, his favorite part of being involved is through recruiting for the whole of GSC. “When I go out to speak to a high school band I am talking to potential students for all departments and often much more so than music as most bands usually only have a few students looking to major in music. I love representing the campus in this regard as my fellow faculty are so very easy to brag about with potential students!” he added.

“My favorite thing about teaching at GSC is hands down the students. We have the best students. They are some of the hardest working, determined, and caring individuals I have ever known. What many of them overcome to attain their education is just awe-inspiring. In short, our students are just blessings!” he said.

Each spring, the campus community is invited to nominate an outstanding faculty member for this award. Faculty Award of Excellence recipients must be full-time and have taught at GSC for at least two years to be eligible. Names of the honorees are displayed on a permanent plaque in the Heflin Administration Building.

Stargazers To Gather In Calhoun County This Weekend

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Amateur astronomers will gather near Grantsville this weekend for the fourth annual Calhoun Stargaze.

The two-day, three-night stargazing party is part of an effort to spur economic development in distressed Appalachian communities. It is supported by the Appalachian Regional Commission and the West Virginia Development Office. Other project partners include the University of Tennessee, Calhoun County, the city of Grantsville, Fairmont State University and West Virginia University Extension.

The event will give local residents an opportunity to interact with astronomers and see planets and stars through world-class telescopes.

The event runs May 19-21. Calhoun County Park, located just south of Grantsville, is one of the darkest spots in the Eastern U.S. It sits on a ridge with an elevation of around 1,100 feet. The park has several ridge top locations to set up on and a large flat open field to potentially handle several hundred observers.

The Milky Way can easily be followed from one horizon to the next. There are just a couple of small light domes. One is to the northeast and one is to the west. The sky from the southwest through the south to the eastern horizon is pitch dark. At 38 degrees latitude, the constellations are higher than experienced at more northern locations.

Broadside Writing Contest

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HeartWood Literary Magazine & West Virginia Wesleyan College’s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Program seek to honor the writing practice with an annual broadside series and contest. The winning entry will be printed on a limited-edition letterpress broadside designed by West Virginia letterpress company Base Camp Printing.  The contest began April 1 and will run through midnight on June 01, 2017.

Those interested must anonymously submit one poem of any form or flash prose piece in fiction or nonfiction of 200 or fewer words to www.heartwoodlitmag.com/submit, along with a $15 entry fee.  Mail or email submissions will not be accepted.  Previously published entries cannot be submitted for this contest, however simultaneously submitted work is accepted as long as the MFA program is notified if the work is accepted elsewhere before the close of the contest.  There is no limit on the number of entries.

The first round of judging will be performed by HeartWood editors, and approximately twenty poems and/or flash prose pieces will be chosen as finalists and forwarded to author Maggie Anderson, contest judge, for the final round of judging.

A $500 cash prize and 25 copies of the limited-edition letterpress broadside will be awarded to the winner, and all entrants will receive a copy of the winning print.  The winner and honorable mentions will be publicly announced in the October 2017 issue of HeartWood. All entries will also be considered for publication in HeartWood.  The winner’s broadside will be printed and mailed in October, as well.

Maggie Anderson is the author of five books of poems, most recently Dear All, (Four Way Books, 2017) and five edited or co-edited volumes of poetry. She was the founding director of the Wick Poetry Center and founder and editor of the Wick Poetry Series of the Kent State University Press. Anderson was also the Director of the Northeast Ohio MFA in creative writing from 2006-2009 and is the recipient of two grants from the National Endowment for the Arts as well as grants from the Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania Councils on the Arts. She is Professor Emerita in English of Kent State University and currently lives in Asheville, NC.

Additional questions may be directed at Jessie van Eerden, MFA director, at .

Gilmer County Clerk: Notice to Creditors and Beneficiaries

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CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES

The administration of the estates(s) of the following deceased is pending before the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, 10 Howard Street, Glenville WV 26351.

The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below.

Notice is hereby given that the estate(s) of the following has been opened for probate.  Any interested person objecting to the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within ninety days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of service of notice, whichever is later.  If an objection is not timely filed, the objection is forever barred.

All persons having claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerk’s Office on or before July 16, 2017  otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate(s).  All beneficiaries of said estate(s) may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.

Claims against the estate must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14a.

 

DECENDENT NAME PER.REP/NAME REPER.REP/ADDRESS
Ida Belle Davisson Judith Leggett 302 Walnut Street
Glenville, WV 26351
Darren W. Pritt Richard Pritt 7259 Rosedale Road
Shock, WV 26638
Shirley P. Wilson Don Arna Wilson 173 Robin Lane
Mt. Clare, WV 26408
H. Darrell Woofter aka Harvey
Darrell Woofter
Timothy B. Butcher PO Box 100
Glenville, WV 26351
Leamon Otto Turner Sheila K. Davis 122 Laurel Run Road
Camden, WV 26338
Donald Robert Kelble Eileen Kelble 420 Kelble Hollow Road
Glenville, WV 26351
Howard L. Raines Elsie D. Raines 2543 Gassaway Road
Normantown, WV 25267
Douglas Allen Broome Edward A. Broome PO Box 131
Glenville, WV 26351
Charlotte G. Thompson Anita T. Simpson 805 Hale Street
Glenville, WV 26351


Clerk of Gilmer County Commission
Jean Butcher
10 Howard Street
Glenville, WV 26351

The date of the first publication of this Notice is : May 18, 2017

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Monday May 08, 2017 Judge Jack Alsop held Court in Glenville


•  Eight juvenile matters were heard, 5 were rest for June 12, 2017 in the afternoon with the afternoon’s docket on this date were cancelled.


•  The case of State of West Virginia vs. Michael Puffenbarger

It was reset for an evidentiary hearing because he disputed the amount of restitution.

His hearing is now set for June 12, 2017 at 10:50 AM.

His attorney is Christopher Pritt.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Eric Williams

He was sentenced to 1-10 years in the penitentiary with restitution being set at $26,380 for all victims in the matter.

He was represented by Thomas Kupec.



On Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire heard 4 cases in Gilmer County.


•  Two fugitives from justice were before the Court, both being represented by Paul Knisely.

Edward Jackson waived to return to Ohio and authorities there have until 4 PM May 25, 2017 to pick him up or Central Regional Jail will release him.

Gregory Bolden was before the court wanted by the state of Michigan and he refused to waive extradition so Judge Facemire directed the prosecuting attorney to seek at governor’s warrant and the state has 60 days to obtain that and then another hearing will be set.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Charles Collins

He entered a Kennedy no contest plea to sexual assault in the 3rd degree with the remaining 29 counts being dismissed by the prosecutor.

He will be sentenced in Braxton County at 2:30 PM on July 05, 2017.

His attorney is Joseph Spano.


•  State of West Virginia vs. David Curry

He pled to 1 count of failure to meet an obligation to provide support to a minor.

His sentencing is set for July 24, 2017 at 9:00 AM following Mike Haley, probation officer, doing presentence investigations on both defendants.

Curry was represented by Paul Knisely also.

West Virginia Hunters Harvest 11,539 Spring Turkeys In 2017

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Spring turkey hunters harvested 11,539 gobblers this year, an increase of more than 11 percent from 2016, according to preliminary numbers provided by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.

The harvest is the largest since 2006 when 11,735 birds were harvested, and is more than 18 percent above the 10-year average.

“Weather conditions were variable across the state during this year’s spring gobbler season, so it’s nice to see hunters were able to get out and enjoy some successful hunting, which is reflected in the harvest numbers,” said Mike Peters, DNR game bird biologist.

Five of the six DNR districts reported increased harvests over last year.

District 4 was the only district in which fewer birds were harvested than in 2016.

District 1 again recorded the most birds harvested this year (2,578), followed by District 6 (2,250), District 5 (2,090), District 4 (1,858), District 3 (1,733) and District 2 (1,030).

The top five counties with the largest harvests were Preston (475), which was up more than 100 birds from last year, Mason (448), Jackson (408), Wood (380), and Harrison (327).

Youth hunters harvested 458 turkeys during the one-day youth season on April 15.

Those numbers are included on the accompanying table.

West Virginia Spring Gobbler Season Results

County

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Barbour

162

178

127

165

204

Brooke

104

84

67

78

100

Hancock

110

110

89

98

106

Harrison

355

264

247

286

327

Marion

218

149

170

192

256

Marshall

300

220

174

207

255

Monongalia

262

174

199

197

266

Ohio

131

91

109

111

113

Preston

403

344

333

371

475

Taylor

103

87

72

101

135

Tucker

57

88

82

90

97

Wetzel

256

203

168

196

244

District 1 Subtotal

2,461

1,992

1,837

2,092

2,578

Berkeley

98

112

124

115

147

Grant

129

129

131

161

145

Hampshire

124

138

156

170

184

Hardy

129

135

116

132

132

Jefferson

60

57

82

79

114

Mineral

87

96

118

134

132

Morgan

54

62

64

54

64

Pendleton

117

95

94

88

112

District 2 Subtotal

798

824

885

933

1,030

Braxton

238

175

194

197

209

Clay

147

68

83

101

120

Lewis

221

180

194

211

249

Nicholas

221

164

213

330

311

Pocahontas

160

130

145

144

143

Randolph

217

186

225

250

248

Upshur

262

229

231

228

303

Webster

118

113

114

156

150

District 3 Subtotal

1,584

1,245

1,399

1,617

1,733

Fayette

287

244

239

292

278

Greenbrier

299

245

242

308

269

McDowell

308

215

218

200

177

Mercer

177

170

161

176

192

Monroe

206

212

181

184

192

Raleigh

277

214

231

283

279

Summers

258

209

199

219

209

Wyoming

291

255

257

320

262

District 4 Subtotal

2,103

1,764

1,728

1,982

1,858

Boone

230

159

138

157

157

Cabell

138

80

110

114

176

Kanawha

332

231

227

285

319

Lincoln

213

178

169

215

228

Logan

246

181

172

181

165

Mason

370

293

314

378

448

Mingo

141

93

91

131

143

Putnam

225

150

181

210

268

Wayne

144

103

108

139

186

District 5 Subtotal

2,039

1,468

1,510

1,810

2,090

Calhoun

179

135

128

145

164

Doddridge

138

126

118

137

160

Gilmer

191

147

124

132

143

Jackson

326

293

264

302

408

Pleasants

83

73

71

80

89

Ritchie

326

245

218

216

263

Roane

236

232

210

231

256

Tyler

211

136

144

182

181

Wirt

193

177

153

174

206

Wood

294

271

248

328

380

District 6 Subtotal

2,177

1,835

1,678

1,927

2,250

State Total

11,162

9,128

9,037

10,361

11,539

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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•  May 10, 2017 -  Joshua Jackson of FCI Gilmer divorced Sylvia Jackson of Columbus, Ohio


•  May 15, 2017 -  Emily Stuart (26) of Shock, WV divorced Jerama Stuart (23) of Glenville, WV


•  May 15, 2017 -  Rocky Jamison (60) of Sand Fork, WV divorced Wendy Jamison (34) of Weston, WV


•  May 15, 2017 -  Felicia Hall (27) of Glenville, WV divorced Daniel Ray Hall (29) of Cox’s Mills, WV


•  May 15, 2017 -  Kimberly Hess (27) of Sand Fork, WV divorced Jeremy Hess (30) of Glenville, WV


•  May 15, 2017 -  Kristan Ramey (29) of Glenville, WV divorced Eric Ramey (38) of Glenville, WV

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