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Grantsville Trick-or-Treat – 10.26.13

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The Grantsville Trick-Or-Treat is set for Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.

The event includes a community Halloween party.

Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center Open House - Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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Chase Michael Enoch

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Infant Chase Michael Enoch

passed away October15, 2013, at Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital, PA.

He was born September 23, 2013, the son of Shaun Enoch and Connie Cunningham, both of Elizabeth, WV.

He is survived by his brothers and sisters, Rebecca Lockhart, Shane Boyce, Christian Boyce, Nicholas Cunningham and Lexie Enoch; grandparents, Dianna (Tom) Rader of Grantsville, WV, Terry Greene of Brooksville, FL, and Lloyd Enoch of Munday, WV; several aunts and uncles; and special friends, Marie Dior and Brenda Nichols, both of Grantsville, WV. Preceded in death by his grandfather, Dale Cunningham; and uncle, Eric Enoch.

Services will be Sunday at 2:00 PM at Matheny Whited Funeral Home of Elizabeth, WV.

Visitation will be from Noon until time of service.

Interment at K of P Cemetery.

High School Football Results - 10.18.13

West Virginia High School Football Results:

Class A:

Class A:        Magnolia (4-4)  #1 St. Marys (7-0)  9-11   |  #11 Notre Dame (5-1)  #2 Madonna (6-0)  16-75   |  #14 Parkersburg Catholic (6-2)  #3 Valley-Fayette (7-0)  15-38   |  #4 Man (6-1)  Sherman (2-6)  36-6   |  #5 Williamstown (6-1)  Wirt County (2-5)  20-7   |  #6 Moorefield (7-1)  #7 East Hardy (6-1)  16-6   |  Webster County - AA (1-7)  #8 Greenbrier West (7-1)  18-61   |  #9 Clay-Battelle (6-0)  Cameron (3-5)  40-20   |  #10 Wahama (7-1)  South Gallia, OH (4-4)  46-28   |  BYE WEEK for #13 Wheeling Central (5-2)  |  #15 Doddridge County (6-2)  Eastern, OH (2-6)  15-6   |  BYE WEEK for #16 Tucker County (4-3)  |  Paden City (3-5)  Bishop Donahue (4-3)  6-48   |  BYE WEEK for Buffalo (0-7)  |  BYE WEEK for Fayetteville (2-5)  |  Hannan (1-6)  Gilmer County (5-3)  8-64   |  Hundred (0-6)  Hancock, MD   0-52   |  Midland Trail (3-4)  Montcalm (1-7)  34-26   |  Covington, VA   Pendleton County (2-5)  31-12   |  BYE WEEK for Richwood (2-5)  |  Pocahontas County (3-5)  Tygarts Valley (0-7)  48-14   |  South Harrison (2-5)  Tyler Consolidated (3-4)  12-39   |  Frontier, OH   Valley-Wetzel (3-4)  27-12   |  Tug Valley (3-5)  Van (3-4)  44 (OT)-38       ………..     

 

Class AA:

Class AA:        #1 Wayne (7-0)  Herbert Hoover (2-5)  53-20   |  Washington - AAA (4-3)  #2 Frankfort (6-1)  26-6   |  Westside (3-5)  #3 Bluefield (6-1)  0-61   |  BYE WEEK for #4 Bridgeport (6-1)  |  Clay County (2-5)  #5 Sissonville (6-1)  19-31   |  #6 Wyoming East (7-1)  Shady Spring - AAA (1-6)  27-6   |  #12 Meadow Bridge - A (6-2)  #6 Summers County (7-1)  32-39   |  BYE WEEK for #8 Ritchie County (5-2)  |  Braxton County (1-7)  #9 Fairmont Senior (5-2)  6-52   |  #11 Nicholas County (6-2)  Lincoln County - AAA (0-7)  44-0   |  Buckhannon-Upshur -AAA (2-6)  #11 Philip Barbour (6-2)  29-39   |  BYE WEEK for #13 Lincoln (5-2)  |  #14 Mingo Central (5-2)  Chapmanville (4-4)  20-14   |  Calhoun County - A (0-8)  #15 Roane County (5-2)  12-56   |  Clear Spring, MD   Berkeley Springs (0-7)  28-26   |  Preston - AAA (3-4)  East Fairmont (1-6)  56-39   |  Liberty - Harrison (0-6-1)  Grafton (0-6-1)  14-14 (3OT)  |  Mount View (1-6) James Monroe (2-5)  22-52   |  Independence (2-6)  Liberty - Raleigh (3-4)  18-34   |  East Liverpool, OH   Oak Glen (0-8)  27-0   |  BYE WEEK for Petersburg (3-4)  |  BYE WEEK for Poca (1-6)  |  Pikeview (3-5)  River View (3-4)  32-20   |  North Marion (1-7)  Robert C. Byrd (5-3)  3-21   |  Tolsia (3-4)  Scott (3-5)  14-13   |  Weir (3-4)  Steubenville Catholic (7-0)  14-62       ………..     

 

Class AAA:

Class AAA:      #1 Huntington (7-0)  Parkersburg (2-5)  55-14   |  #2 George Washington (6-1)  #10 Cabell Midland (6-2)  40-49   |  #10 Ravenswood - AA (4-3)  #3 Point Pleasant (7-0)  21-31   |  #4 Martinsburg (7-1)  #16 Hedgesville (4-3)  76-0   |  Woodrow Wilson (3-4)  #5 Capital (6-1)  0-34   |  John Marshall (3-4)  #6 University (7-1)  9-38   |  Elkins (0-7)  #7 Wheeling Park (6-1)  13-41   |  #12 Lewis County (5-2)  #8 Oak Hill (6-1)  17-27   |  #14 Musselman (4-3)  #9 Morgantown (7-1)  20-44   |  Winfield (3-4)  #11 South Charleston (6-2)  8-34   |  #13 Spring Valley (6-2)  Nitro (1-6)  48-21   |  #15 Jefferson (4-3)  #16 Keyser - AA (5-3)  41-47   |  Spring Mills (0-7)  #16 Hampshire (5-2)  7-49   |  Parkersburg South (2-5)  Brooke (2-5)  28-41   |  St. Albans (1-6)  Hurricane (4-3)  16-69   |  Greenbrier East (4-4   Logan (5-2)  29-48   |  Riverside (1-6) Princeton (3-4)  10-49   |  BYE WEEK for Ripley (1-6)      ………..     

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CGCC Director Invitation to Parents and Students - 10.22.13

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Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center Open House - October 22, 2013

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High School Football Game Night - Friday, 10.18.13

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Arnoldsburg: Coalition for Reliable Power - 10.17.18 - Tonight

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The Coalition for Reliable Power meeting is set for Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

The meeting will be held at Arnoldsburg Community Building.

The issues on MonPower’s Electric Bill problem is the subject for the meeting.

Everyone is invited.

Loren Glen Stump II

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Loren Glen Stump II

Age 62, of Tanner WV, passed away October 11, 2013 at his home.

Born at Sand Ridge, Calhoun County, WV, June 24, 1951, he was a son of Loren Glen and Kathren Bertha Stump.

He was former oil field driller for I.L. Morris.

He is survived by his ex-wife and companion, Sandra Kay Stump; step son Douglas Allen Curry of Cox’s Mills; step daughter Joann Norman of Williamstown; three brothers Dewayne Stump of Spencer, Clifford Stump of Spencer and Steve Stump of Lancaster TN; two sisters Jewell Bastardo of NJ and Vickey Carpenter of Spencer, as well as five grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by two sisters, Sharon Norman and Joye Ann Miller.

A private family service will be held at a later date.

Stump Funeral Home of Grantsville is in charge of arrangements.

Sisters of St. Joseph Charitable Fund & Our Community’s Foundation Offer Grant Workshop in Calhoun

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The Sisters of St. Joseph Charitable Fund (SSJCF) and Our Community’s Foundation - The Parkersburg Area Community Foundation (PACF) and the Regional Affiliates – will offer a free grant workshop on Wednesday, October 30, 2013, from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM at Calhoun County Committee on Aging, 105 Market Street, Grantsville, WV.

Representatives from nonprofit organizations, government entities, and schools are invited to attend the workshop to learn more about both foundations’ grantmaking processes.

Light refreshments will be provided.

The workshop will be co-presented by Our Community’s Foundation Program Officer, Marian Clowes, and SSJCF Program Officer Sr. Molly Bauer, who will provide participants with information about applying for grants from their respective foundations.  The program will cover each foundation’s grantmaking priorities, tips on preparing an effective grant request, and advice on grantseeking and proposal writing.

Our Community’s Foundation makes grants twice each year, in the fall and spring, to nonprofit organizations, government entities, and schools in Wood, Mason, Jackson, Wirt, Calhoun, Ritchie, Roane, Doddridge, Pleasants, and Gilmer Counties in West Virginia and Washington County, Ohio.

The Sisters of Saint Joseph Charitable Fund makes grant twice a year, in the fall and spring, to support projects that promote healthy and sustainable communities in Calhoun, Jackson, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt, and Wood Counties in West Virginia and Athens, Meigs, and Washington Counties in Ohio.

SSJCF recently introduced a new Basic Needs/Direct Service Grant Program. General information about each foundation’s grantmaking program can be found at www.pacfwv.com and www.ssjcharitablefund.org.

To register to attend the workshop, send an e-mail to or call the SSJCF office at 304.424.6080.

Deadline to register is October 28, 2013.

Carl Otto Heinzman

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Carl Otto Heinzman

Age 89, of Big Springs, WV went to his heavenly home on Saturday October 12, 2013 at Crucible, Pennsylvania.

He was born August 28, 1924 in New Martinsville, WV to the late August S. Heinzman and Vesta Jones.

He was a United States Navy World War II Veteran. He served from March 24, 1944 to April 30, 1946, serving USS Griffin and Subron 12. After his military service, he became a Master Carpenter.

He retired at age 77.

Surviving are three sons: Ronald (Marty) Heinzman of Rootstown, Ohio; Robert (Diana) Heinzman of Ashley, Ohio; and Tim (Teresia) Abel of Big Springs, WV. Three daughters: Janet (Stephen) McPeek of Cambridge, Ohio; Kathy (Jamie) Hardman and Jeanette Richards of Macfarlan, WV. One sister, Betty Alley; and three brothers Kenneth, Archie and Phillip Heinzman, all of Ohio; several nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by one brother, Bobbie Heinzman, and his long-time companion, Betty Abel.

A memorial service will be held Saturday October 19, 2013, 12:00 Noon, at the Prosperity Baptist Church at Leading Creek with Rev. Ron Chesser officiating.

Burial of cremated remains will follow in the Goodnight Cemetery at Big Bend.

Friends may call at the church from 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon prior to the service.

High School Football Results - 10.11.12

West Virginia High School Football Results:

Class A:

Class A:        #1 St. Marys (6-0)  Calhoun County (0-7)  53-12   |  Bishop Donahue (3-3)  #2 Madonna (6-0)  20-48   |  #3 Valley (Fayette) (6-0)  Tug Valley (2-5)  30-14   |  #4 Moorefield (6-1)  Fayetteville (2-5)  48-12   |  #5 Williamstown (5-1)  Oak Glen - AA (0-7)  55-25   |  #14 Tucker County (4-3)  #6 East Hardy (6-0)  0-8   |  #11 Chapmanville - AA (4-3)  #6 Man (5-1)  22-26   |  Pocahontas County (2-5)  #8 Greenbrier West (6-1)  7-42   |  Shadyside, OH (7-0)  #8 Wheeling Central (5-2)  34-7   |  BYE Week for #10 Clay-Battelle (5-0)  |  Federal Hocking, OH (3-4)  #11 Wahama (6-1)  12-53   |  #12 Notre Dame (5-1)  Liberty (Harrison) AA (0-6)  12-7   |  Mount View - AA (1-5)  #13 Meadow Bridge (6-1)  12-58   |  South Harrison (2-3)  #15 Parkersburg Catholic (6-1)  14-37   |  #16 Doddridge County (5-2)  Gilmer County (4-3)  46-22   |  Paden City (3-4)  Conotton Valley, OH   27-0   |  Twin Valley, VA   Hannan (1-5)  40-0   |  Cameron (3-4)  Hundred (0-5)  57-16   |  Weir -AA (3-4)  Magnolia (4-3)  6-39   |  Clay County - AA (2-4)  Midland Trail (2-4)  26-0   |  BYE Week for Pendleton County (2-4)  |  Valley Wetzel (2-3)  St. Johns, OH   Saturday Game   |  Montcalm (1-6)  Tri-Cities Christian, TN12-30   |  Richwood (2-5)  Tygarts Valley (0-6)  48-19   |  BYE Week for Tyler Consolidated (2-4)  |  Sherman (2-5)  Van (3-3)  0-27   |  Buffalo (0-7)  Wirt County (2-4)  14-48       ………..     

 

Class AA:

Class AA:        Scott (3-4)  #1 Wayne (6-0)  10-55   |  #4 Fairmont Senior (4-2)  #2 Frankfort (6-0)  6-21   |  #10 Keyser (4-3)  #3 Bridgeport (6-1)  0-41   |  #4 Bluefield (5-1)  River View (3-3)  50-6   |  Herbert Hoover (2-4)  #6 Sissonville (5-1)  14-48   |  Independence (2-5)  #6 Summers Co. (6-1)  0-51   |  Pikeview (2-5)  #8 Wyoming East (6-1)  27-34   |  #9 Lincoln (5-2)  #11 Ritchie County (5-2)  31-44   |  #13 Nicholas County (5-2)  Webster County (1-6)  40-8   |  #14 Ravenswood (4-2)  Braxton County (1-6)  53-16   |  Elkins - AAA (0-6)  #15 Philip Barbour (5-2)  28-29   |  #16 Mingo Central (4-2)  Poca (1-6)  68-14   |  BYE Week for Berkeley Springs (0-6)  |  Robert C. Byrd (4-3)  East Fairmont (1-5)  42-12   |  BYE Week for Grafton (0-6)  |  BYE Week for Liberty - Raleigh (2-4)  |  So. Garrett, MDvPetersburg (2-4)  14-15   |  Tolsia (2-4)  Roane County (4-2)  26-38   |  James Monroe (1-5)  Westside (3-4)  6-22       ………..     

 

Class AAA:

Class AAA:      BYE Week for #1 Huntington (6-0)  |  Hurricane (3-3)  #2 George Washington (6-0)  54-60   |  #3 Wheeling Park (5-1)  #12 Morgantown (6-1)  38-41 (OT)  |  #5 Oak Hill (5-1)  #4 Point Pleasant (6-0)  15-49   |  Spring Mills (0-6)  #6 Martinsburg (6-1)  0-57   |  #7 Cabell Midland (5-2)  #8 Capital (5-1)  26-35   |  #13 Logan (4-2)  #9 University (6-1)  20-49   |  #16 Musselman (4-2)  #10 Hedgesville (4-2)  42-34   |  #11 Lewis County (5-1)  North Marion - AA (1-6)  34-7   |  #14 South Charleston (5-2)  Ripley (1-6)  42-20   |  Riverside (1-6)  #15 Spring Valley (5-2)  3-35   |  Millbrook, VA   #16 Jefferson (3-2)  Game postponed to Monday   |  BYE Week for Brooke (1-5)  |  Hampshire (4-2)  Buckhannon-Upshur (2-5)  13-12   |  Lincoln County (0-6)  Greenbrier East (4-3)  13-59   |  John Marshall (3-3)  Parkersburg South (2-4)  32-42   |  BYE Week for Preston (2-4)  |  BYE Week for Shady Spring (1-5)  |  Princeton (3-4)  St. Albans (1-5)  47-14   |  Skyline, VA   Washington (3-3)  0-63   |  Nitro (1-5)  Winfield (3-3)  16-47   |  Parkersburg (2-4)  Woodrow Wilson (3-3)  26-27       ………..     

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Arnoldsburg: Coalition for Reliable Power - 10.17.13

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The Coalition for Reliable Power meeting is set for Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

The meeting will be held at Arnoldsburg Community Building.

The issues on MonPower’s Electric Bill problem is the subject for the meeting.

Everyone is invited.

Pruning Workshop - 10.17.13

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Geneva “Mama” “Aunt Sissy” Hall

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Geneva “Mama” “Aunt Sissy” Hall

Age 66, of Parkersburg, WV, passed away October 12, 2013, after her lifelong battle with COPD.

She was born in Calhoun County, WV, on September 02, 1947. She was the daughter of the late Fred and Geraldine Sturm.

“Mama Hall” retired from Nashua Photo. She was the owner and operator of Aunt Sissy Day Care. She enjoyed sitting on her front porch, spending time with her family and cooking large meals.

She is survived by her husband, Franklin S. Hall Sr.; one son, Franklin S. Hall Jr. of Parkersburg; one daughter, Annette F. Wigal of Corydon, IN; two sisters, Eula Mae Murphy of Calhoun County and Jerry Kerby of Parkersburg; and three granddaughters, Sara, Kaylee and Jaci Hall, with another grandchild and great-grandchild on the way. She was also a mother to two nieces and one nephew, Tammy Francis of South Carolina, Heather Sherrod of Charleston, WV, and Holly “Bucky” Kerby of South Carolina.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by several aunts, uncles, brother and sisters-in-law.

The funeral service will be Wednesday beginning at 3 PM at Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg.

Visitation will be Tuesday from 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM at the funeral home.

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