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GSC Concert Choir Performing at Sand Fork Baptist Church

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Members of the Glenville State College Concert Choir are preparing for their holiday concert. The event will take place on Wednesday, December 07 at 7:00 p.m. at Sand Fork Baptist Church.

“This is a beautiful concert of Lessons and Carols that will be presented by the GSC Concert and Chamber Choirs,” said GSC Choir Director Teresa Dody. “It is in the tradition of the renowned Kings College Choir in Cambridge, England.  It will be a wonderful way to celebrate the traditional music of the season!”

Everyone is welcome to attend this free performance and donations are accepted.

For more information, call 304.462.6340.

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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  • Amber Woodford (30) of Glenville, WV divorced Travis Woodford (40) also of Glenville,WV

  • One modification was granted.

  • One modification was continued due to respondent not receiving paperwork.

  • One domestic violence was granted.

  • One petition to terminate a domestic violence petition was denied.

  • Two other matters were scheduled but no orders were received in them.

Energy and Land Management Program Available at GSC

Glenville State College is now offering a revised concentration through its Land Resources Department. The program, Energy and Land Management, is part of the Natural Resource Management major at GSC.

The program incorporates much of the content that was previously integrated into the Land Management concentration and expands on historic legal issues in the energy and land use development, management, and planning industries, analytical skills to perform a certified title search under the supervision of an attorney licensed in that state, assessment of zoning restrictions, preparing permits involving energy and land use development, communication skills needed to negotiate leases, deeds, unitization, and pooling agreements, right of way agreements, joint operating agreements and other documents that are regularly utilized in the course of business in the energy, and land use development, management, and planning industries.

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Brandon Robinson (L) and Mark Moran (R),
both sophomore Natural Resource Management majors,
conduct a title search, for the Energy and Land Management course
Land Titles and Abstracting, in the Gilmer County Courthouse.


“To further enhance and strengthen the quality of programs offered by the Glenville State College Department of Land Resources, we are proud to unveil our new Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management, with a concentration in Energy and Land Management. The Department feels this will aid in strengthening our college, community, and the state of West Virginia by aiding in the processes of natural resource development education. Students will receive a hands on approach to various aspects of energy and land management processes,” said Assistant Professor Adam Black, J.D.

Students in GSC’s Department of Land Resources are provided a learning experience that duplicates as closely as possible real world applications. The baccalaureate degree in Natural Resource Management is developed around the general education baccalaureate degree component, a Natural Resource Management core, seven major concentration areas, and a block elective component. The seven degree concentrations are Applied Science, Business Management, Criminal Justice, Environmental Science, Forest Technology, Energy and Land Management, and Land Surveying Technology.

The Energy and Land Management concentration is designed for those students interested working in land use development, management, and planning. Graduates of this program are able to find a large number of career opportunities with federal government agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Bureau of Land Management. At the state level, graduates qualify for opportunities with the Department of Environmental Protection and Division of Highways and others. Additionally, graduates will be prepared for private industry positions including, but not limited to, title abstractor, right-of-way agent, realty specialist, and oil and gas landman.

Examples of courses in the concentration area include: Principles of Energy and Land Management, Land Titles and Abstracting, Natural Resource Permitting, Geographical Information System (GIS), Energy Resource Law, and Business Law among others.

For more information on this or other programs of study in the Land Resources Department, contact 304.462.4135.

GSC Jazz Band to hold Third Annual Christmas Concert

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The Glenville State College Department of Fine Arts announces the third annual Jazz Band Christmas Concert on Friday, December 02 at 7:00 p.m. in the GSC Fine Arts Center Auditorium.

This year’s performance consists of two sets. The first set will include classic jazz band and swing music such as Count Basie, Glenn Miller, and even more contemporary groups like Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band. After a brief intermission, the concert will resume with a set of Christmas classics played in a jazz style. There will be swing, latin, rock - a little something for everybody. Several of GSC’s talented student soloists will be featured, including vocalist Chelsea Hicks. This concert is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit.

“The purpose of this concert is to expose our little part of West Virginia to a uniquely American musical idiom in the live performance of jazz music,” said GSC Assistant Professor of Music and Jazz Band Director Jason Barr. “At the same time, we want the community to come together to celebrate another great American tradition - enjoying the holiday season!”

The concert is open to the public. Admission is by donation and all proceeds from the concert will help support the jazz ensembles at GSC. Funds from last year’s Christmas concert allowed members of the band to perform and recruit at high schools in the Putnam and Cabell County areas. New band stand fronts, which helps increase the visibility of both GSC and the Jazz Band, were also able to be purchased.

For more information, contact the GSC Fine Arts Department at 304.462.6340.

Bonnett to Hold Senior Art Show at GSC

Glenville State College senior studio art and graphics and digital media major Ezekiel Bonnett from Cox’s Mills, West Virginia is presenting his senior art show. The show, titled ‘Because Humans,’ will be on display until Friday, December 09. A reception will be held on Thursday, December 01 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and refreshments will be provided.

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“Shark Toaster” by Zeke Bonnett


Bonnett describes the pieces in his exhibit as simplistic and abstract. He says the focus on the ideas, emotions, and expression in his artwork is more than art for art’s sake. Most of his mediums are traditional, the majority being metalwork and mixed media. Exploration of duality and the human condition, often featured in his works, mostly express concerns about psychology and philosophy.

The GSC gallery is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. and one hour before all Fine Arts Department musical performances.

For more information, call the Fine Arts Department at 304.462.6340.

GSC Theater to Perform ‘The Doctor in Wonderland’

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Students in Glenville State College’s Theater program invite the public to attend their latest production entitled The Doctor in Wonderland by Don Zolidis. Performances, which will be held in the Heflin Administration Building Presidents Auditorium, will begin at 7:00 p.m. and run from Thursday, December 01 through Saturday, December 03. GSC student Brittany Robinson is directing.

The performance, which is a mash-up of the classic BBC show Doctor Who and Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, features Doctor What and his companion, Cara, who crash their TARDIS into a planet that bears an odd resemblance to a certain 19th century book. While Alice in Wonderland explores the scene from the eyes of a child, this play contains a modern sci-fi adventure and the ensuing insanity.

Featuring favorite Wonderland characters, the play answers burning questions like ‘Does the Cheshire Cat have hairballs?’ and ‘What’s the difference between a White Rabbit and a March Hare?’ to ‘What’s the Catepillar got in that pipe?’ The play is rated PG-13 for a few adult innuendos and some other adult references.

The performance is open to the public and is free for GSC students, faculty, and staff. General admission tickets are $3.00.

For more information, call 304.462.6323.

Transportation Alternatives and Recreational Trails Grants

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Governor Earl Ray Tomblin today announced grant awards to fund 54 community and infrastructure projects across the state. The Transportation Alternatives and Recreational Trails Grant programs will provide more than $7 million for a variety of improvements.

“Improvements like those supported by the Transportation Alternatives and Recreational Trails programs are investments that build a better and brighter future of West Virginia,” said Governor Tomblin. “Today’s grant funding will allow us to build and repair infrastructure across the state—making our communities better places to live and work.”

Funding is provided by the Federal Highway Administration. The West Virginia Division of Highways administers the programs.

Recipients are:

14 Recreational Trails Grants - $1,158,538


Audra State Park (Barbour)
Alum Cave Trail Phase II
Federal Funds Awarded $96,000


Anthony Boat Launch (Greenbrier)
United States Forest Service
Federal Funds Awarded $28,000


Babcock State Park (Fayette)
Babcock State Park Trail Maintenance Equipment
Federal Funds Awarded $37,700


Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Authority (Logan and Mingo)
Hatfield McCoy Trail System – Bearwallow and Buffalo Mountain Maintenance
Federal Funds Awarded $80,000


Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Authority (McDowell and Mercer)
Hatfield McCoy Trail System – Indian Ridge and Pocahontas Trail Maintenance
Federal Funds Awarded $80,000


Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Authority (Logan, Mingo and Wyoming)
Hatfield McCoy Trail System – Rockhouse and Pinnacle Creek Trail Maintenance
Federal Funds Awarded $80,000


Barboursville, Village of (Cabell)
Barboursville Park Equestrian Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $56,000


Citizens Conservation Corps, Inc. (Raleigh)
Burning Rock Trails Project 2016
Federal Funds Awarded $120,000


North Bend Rails to Trails Foundation, Inc. (Doddridge and Harrison)
North Bend Rail Trail Restoration
Federal Funds Awarded $80,000


Friends of the Cheat (Preston)
Cheat River Rail Trail Design and Construction Phase I
Federal Funds Awarded $150,000


Parsons, City of (Tucker)
Corrick’s Ford Battlefield Park Development
Federal Funds Awarded $80,000


National Coal Heritage Area Authority (Lincoln, Logan and Mingo)
Guyandotte Water Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $125,000


Friends of Blackwater (Tucker)
North Fork of Blackwater Trail Development Project
Federal Funds Awarded $74,238


Preston County Parks and Recreation Commission (Preston)
WV Northern Rail Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $71,600


40 Transportation Alternatives Grants - $5,917,737


Bradshaw, Town of (McDowell)
Bradshaw Sidewalk Rehabilitation
Federal Funds Awarded $150,000


Iaeger, Town of (McDowell)
Town of Iaeger Sidewalk Rehabilitation
Federal Funds Awarded $150,000


Shinnston, City of (Harrison)
Shinnston Lincoln High School to WV Rt. 20 Sidewalk
Federal Funds Awarded $192,882


West Milford, Town of (Harrison)
West Milford School Street Sidewalks Improvements
Federal Funds Awarded $108,000


Rupert, Town of (Greenbrier)
Rupert Phase III Sidewalk Improvements
Federal Funds Awarded $99,084


Linwood Alive, Inc. (Pocahontas)
Linwood Alive, Inc. Linwood Project
Federal Funds Awarded $50,000


Morgan County Commission (Morgan)
Morgan County Commission/North Berkeley Rail Trail III
Federal Funds Awarded $160,000


Romney, City of (Hampshire)
City of Romney – Main Street Sidewalks (High Street to Grafton Street)
Federal Funds Awarded $200,000


Romney, City of (Hampshire)
City of Romney – Main Street Sidewalks (South Side)
Federal Funds Awarded $322,469


Bridgeport, City of (Harrison)
Bridgeport Rt. 58 Walking Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $560,000


Barboursville, Village of (Cabell)
Barboursville Pedestrian/Bicycle Path
Federal Funds Awarded $100,000


Parkersburg, City of (Wood)
Parkersburg Gihon Elementary School
Federal Funds Awarded $64,920


Wood County Commission (Wood)
Wood County Commission Route 14/Pike Street Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $8,000


Brooke County Commission (Brooke)
Brooke Pioneer Expansion North Connector
Federal Funds Awarded $50,000


Parkersburg, City of (Wood)
Parkersburg Rayon Drive (Phase One)
Federal Funds Awarded $240,000


Ranson, City of (Jefferson)
Ranson 5th Avenue Extended Complete Street Project
Federal Funds Awarded $200,000


Morgantown, City of (Monongalia)
Morgantown Pleasant Street Streetscape
Federal Funds Awarded $128,000


Regional Intergovernmental Council (Clay)
Regional Intergovernmental Council Town of Clay Streetscape
Federal Funds Awarded $250,000


Barrackville, Town of (Marion)
Barrackville Phase 7 PublicWalks
Federal Funds Awarded $96,000


Putnam County Parks and Recreation (Putnam)
Hometown Parks Improvements Construction Phase
Federal Funds Awarded $45,777


Grantsville, Town of (Calhoun)
Grantsville Main Street Streetscape
Federal Funds Awarded $350,000


Madison, City of (Boone)
Madison State Street Streetscape Phase I
Federal Funds Awarded $401, 005


Jane Lew, Town of (Lewis)
Jane Lew Main Street Streetscape
Federal Funds Awarded $200,000


Oak Hill, City of (Fayette)
Oak Hill Main Street and Central Avenue Connector Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $60,000


Oak Hill, City of (Fayette)
Oak Hill Lighting and Security
Federal Funds Awarded $192,000


Bruceton Mills, Town of (Preston)
Bruceton Mills Sidewalk Project
Federal Funds Awarded $135,200


Salem, City of (Harrison)
Salem Sidewalk Project Phase I
Federal Funds Awarded $50,000


Morgantown, City of (Monongalia)
Morgantown Multi-Use path Along WV 705
Federal Funds Awarded $400,000


Mullens, City of (Wyoming)
Mullens TAP and RTP
Federal Funds Awarded $250,000


Charleston, City of (Kanawha)
Charleston Quarrier St. West and Virginia St. West Bike Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $100,000


West Union, Town of (Doddridge)
West Union Downtown Sidewalk Project
Federal Funds Awarded $32,000


Glenville, City of (Gilmer)
Glenville Hays City Trail
Federal Funds Awarded $35,000


Princeton, City of (Mercer)
Princeton Thorn Street North Side
Federal Funds Awarded $50,000


Nitro, City of (Kanawha)
Nitro Second Avenue Streetscape
Federal Funds Awarded $50,000


Bath, Town of (Morgan)
Berkeley Springs State Park Improvements
Federal Funds Awarded $38,400


Babcock State Park (Fayette)
Babcock State Park Babcock to Sewell-Trail Restoration Project
Federal Funds Awarded $150,000


Gilbert, Town of (Mingo)
Gilbert Sidewalk Enhancements Phase II
Federal Funds Awarded $60,000


Corporation of Harpers Ferry
Harpers Ferry High Street Project
Federal Funds Awarded $64,000


Vienna, City of (Wood)
Vienna Grand Central Avenue Streetscape Phase II
Federal Funds Awarded $75,000


Sistersville, City of (Tyler)
Sistersville Downtown Streetscape Phase II
Federal Funds Awarded $50,000

Gilmer County Commission Regular Meeting - 12.02.16 - Friday

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GILMER COUNTY COMMISSION  
AGENDA for REGULAR MEETING
December 02, 2016 @ 9:00 AM
Gilmer County Courthouse
Commission Office
10 Howard Street, Glenville, WV

I. CALL TO ORDER


II.  PLEDGE of ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.S. FLAG


III. PUBLIC COMMENTS


IV. APPOINTMENTS


V. ROUTINE BUSINESS:

          Discussion and/or action on:

                    1) Exonerations and/or Consolidations

                    2) Approve Estate Qualifications and Estate Settlements

                    3)  Board Appointments and/or Resignations: 

                              a)  Board Seats open on the:

                                        i. Unsafe Buildings & Lands Enforcement Agency - DeKalb/Troy & Glenville Corporation

                                        ii. Gilmer County Recreation Center-DeKalb District

                    4)  Budget Revisions

                    5)  Budget Control Report-None

                    6)  Approve Invoices for Payment

                    7)  Approve County Commission Minutes-None

                    8)  Receipt of County Board Minutes:

                              a) Gilmer County Public Service District minutes-October 10, 2016


VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS


VII. NEW BUSINESS:

          Discussion and/or action on:

                    a) Review bids and choose a contractor for the wheelchair ramp project in court room


VIII. OTHER BUSINESS

                    a) Received audit report for fiscal year ended June 30, 2015


IX. EXECUTIVE SESSION AS NEEDED


X.    ADJOURNMENT


NEXT MEETING: December 16, 2016

Gilmer County Magistrate Court Report

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Magistrate Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia
Defendant Offense Disposition
Starcher, Jason Wayne Sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian to a child (6) Transferred to Circuit Court
Starcher, Jason Wayne Sexual abuse 3rd Transferred to Circuit Court
Starcher, Jason Wayne Contributing to delinquency or neglect of a child (1) Transferred to Circuit Court
Starcher, Jason Wayne Contributing to delinquency or neglect of a child (19) Dismissed
Starcher, Jason Wayne Contributing to delinquency or neglect of a child (4) Guilty Plea
Langford, Steven Ray Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Gates, Emily K. Battery on a government employee and/or medical personnel Dismissed - Deferred Sentence
Davis, Melody Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Shaffer, Geoffery Allen Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Hall, Solana L. Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Nichols, Brian Andrew Driving under the influence No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Lake, Timothy Allen Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Lake, Timothy Allen Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household No Contest per Plea Agreement
Hess, Amy Lynn Driving while license suspended or revoked Dismissed
Hess, Amy Lynn Driving under the influence w/ an alcohol concentration in blood < .15 Guilty Plea
Furr, Timothy Alan Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription Dismissed
Furr, Timothy Alan Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription Guilty Plea Agreement
Rose, William Shane Falsely reporting an emergency incident - initiate or circulate No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Mckeown, Autumn M. Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription Guilty Plea
Cottrill, Steven Joe Driving while license revoked - DUI Guilty - Plea Agreement
Cottrill, Steven Joe Operating without certificate of inspection or failure to produce certificate Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Peters, John M. Animals running at large Dismissed
Harrison, Kimberly Dawn Speeding Guilty Plea
Adkins, Michael Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Guilty - Plea Agreement
Adkins, Michael Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Juvenile 0 Underage Consumption Proceedings Deferred
Hively, Cody Drivers must be licensed; motorcycle licenses, state id Guilty Plea
Bond, Ted Kent Failure to Yield Right of Way No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Gordon, Levi M. Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Gordon, Levi M. Provide alcohol to minor Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Walsh, Mikayla Loran Cell phone Guilty Plea
Juvenile 1 Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Juvenile 1 Underage Consumption Dismissed
Juvenile 2 Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Juvenile 2 Underage Consumption Dismissed
Juvenile 3 Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Juvenile 3 Underage Consumption Dismissed
Juvenile 4 Underage Consumption Guilty Plea
Lambert, Danny Ray Driving while license suspended or revoked No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Lambert, Danny Ray Failure to change residency Dismissed - Plea Agreement
McCord, Terra Nichole Driving too fast for roadway conditions No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Hirschfield, Robert James Driving while license suspended or revoked Proceedings Deferred
Hirschfield, Robert James No insurance Dismissed
Emerson, Justin Lee Failure to maintain control Guilty Plea
Hitt, Amber Dawn Operating without certificate of inspection or failure to produce certificate Dismissed
Webb, Randi Contempt-Willful resistance by officer of the court/juror/witness/party/other to judicial Dismissed - With Prejudice
Webb, Justin Contempt-Willful resistance by officer of the court/juror/witness/party/other to judicial Dismissed - With Prejudice
Greenlief, Amanda Linn No proof of insurance Dismissed - Proof of Insurance
Beaubran Jr., Max Guy Operating without certificate of inspection or failure to produce certificate No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Beaubran Jr., Max Guy No insurance Dismissed
Wilson, Casey Sabrina Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Guilty Plea
Fraley, Thomas Elbert Expired Operators Guilty Plea
Huffman, Bryan James Failure to Use Due Care No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Phares, Alex Anderson Driving while license suspended or revoked No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Ward, Jeremy Scott Trespass in structure or conveyance Guilty Plea
Ward, Jeremy Scott Petit Larceny Guilty Plea
Miller-Colon, Steffen Driving while license revoked - DUI Guilty Plea

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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On Wednesday, November 16, 2016 Family Court Judge Larry Whited:


•  Denied 2 domestic violence petitions.


•  Continued one to allow respondent to hire an attorney.

Later respondent was arrested due to violating the protective order.

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Monday, November 28, 2016 Judge Richard A. Facemire presided over his motion day in Gilmer County.


•  Four juvenile matters were heard.


•  One juvenile matter was reset.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Robert Potter

He was before the Court asking for release from home confinement and community service.

Judge Facemire left him on 5 years probation but lowered his home confinement to 2 years and ordered him to clean the 2nd floor of the Court House 3 days a week from 9 AM to 3 PM to satisfy his community service requirement.

He was represented by Eric Wildman of Fairmont.


•  One expungement was heard and denied.



On Tuesday, November 15, 2015 both Judges held Court in the Court House Annex building due to lack of heat in the regular Court House.


First, Chief Judge Jack Alsop arraigned several individuals indicted the week before by Prosecuting Attorney Gerald B. Hough.


•  Dale Lee Carr was arraigned on both of his indictments (16-F-22 and 16-F-26).

Judge Alsop set a $50,000.00 bond to cover both cases.

Not guilty pleas were entered by him and a pretrial will be heard in the case involving drugs at 10:30 AM on February 03, 2017 and the pretrial in the case involving sexual charges will also be held on February 03, 2017 at 11:00 AM.

Both trials are set for February 22, 2017.

Carr is represented by David Karickhoff of Sutton.


•  Mr. Karickhoff also represents James Anthony Christman who also entered pleas of not guilty to the indictment previously returned against him.

His pretrial is February 03, 2017 at 11:00 AM and his trial is set for February 15, 2017.

He remains in jail in lieu of $25,000.00 bond.


•  One juvenile matter was heard.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Kevin Curry

He was before the Court for a motion to dismiss and said motion was granted and his case was dismissed without prejudice to the State of West Virginia.

Jeff Davis of Clay was his attorney and he was returned to prison to complete a prior sentence.


•  Due to the Central Regional Jail failing to transport one individual, Judge Alsop adjourned his Court and allowed Judge Facemire to conduct a juvenile matter he had scheduled also.

After a great deal of time had been spent taking testimony in the case before Judge Facemire he adjourned his case until 1:15 PM and allowed Judge Alsop to finish his docket.


•  Judge Alsop then arraigned Ralph McCourt Jr. with his attorney, Brian Bailey, participating by telephone due to being in Court in another county.

McCourt also entered not guilty pleas and his pretrial is February 03, 2017 at 10:30 and his trial is February 22, 2017.


•  After Central Regional Jail produced Joshua David Bohn for arraignment he also entered pleas of not guilty and his pretrial will be February 03, 2017 at 11:30 AM and his trial is February 09, 2017.

His attorney is Jeff Davis.


•  Lastly in the case of Ross Lee Miller he was before the Court for a status hearing and due to him being out of prison his habeas corpus was dismissed.

He was represented byTimothy Gentilozzi of Clarksburg.

Tree Lighting Ceremony at GSC is November 28

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Glenville State College President Dr. Peter Barr and his wife Betsy invite GSC faculty, staff, students, and local residents to kick off the holiday season with the eleventh annual GSC Tree Lighting Ceremony to take place on Monday, November 28 at 4:30 p.m. on Clark Hall Lawn. Festivities will continue at 5:00 p.m. on the third floor of the Mollohan Campus Community Center with Santa and Mrs. Claus who will pose for pictures with the kids. Light refreshments also will be served.

“My wife Betsy started this tradition when we came to Glenville in 2006. It has been exciting to see more and more kids each year at the tree lighting. We love to see the kids in the community grow up and lose their fear of telling Santa Claus their biggest wishes,” said Dr. Barr.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the GSC President’s Office at 304.462.6100.

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