Cecil L. “Jack” Dawson
Cecil L. “Jack” Dawson
Age 83, of Grantsville, WV, passed away December 06, 2013 at his home surrounded by his loving family and friend Opal Swisher.
Jack was born January 28, 1930 at Big Bend, WV, son of the late Cecil and Della Morehead Dawson.
He attended the Brooksville United Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Madeline; a daughter Patti Wilmoth of Mt. Zion; son Richard (Roberta) Dawson of Grantsville. Grandsons, Steve (Andrea) Wilmoth of Mineral Wells, James (Jessie) Wilmoth of Grantsville, Ryan (April) Dawson of Burning Springs, Jacob France of Elizabeth. Granddaughter, Sierra (Brandon) Dawson. Great grandsons Braylen Dawson, Ray and Dart Atkinson.
Great granddaughters, Trinity Wilmoth and Breigyn Dawson. Brothers Don (Sam) Dawson of Cleveland, OH, Larry and Lanny Dawson of Grantsville.
Sisters Georgia Smith of Florida and Delores “Boots” Richards of Big Springs as well as several nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death in addition to his parents, by son-in-law Steve Wilmoth; sister Janice “Sally” Whipkey and brother Gene Dawson.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday December 10, 2013, 2:00 PM at the Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville with Rev. John Lowther and Rev. Mary Zimmer officiating.
Burial will follow in the Goodnight Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 12:00-2:00 PM prior to the services.
Closings & Delays Due to Weather - Monday 12.09.13
|Status of Area Closings and Delays on Monday, December 09, 2013|
|Glenville State College||Open|
|Gilmer County Courthouse||Open|
|Gilmer County Senior Center||Open|
|Gilmer County Schools||Open|
|Braxton County Schools||Open|
|Calhoun County Schools||Open|
|Doddridge County Schools||Open|
|Lewis County Schools||Open|
|Ritchie County Schools||2-Hour Delay|
| Barbour County Schools||Open|
|Clay County Schools||2-Hour Delay|
|Harrison County Schools||Open|
| Nicholas County Schools||Open|
|Roane County Schools||2-Hour Delay|
|Upshur County Schools||Open|
|Webster County Schools||Open|
|Wetzel County Schools||Open|
| Wirt County Schools||2-Hour Delay|
| Wood County Schools||Open|
Please Send Us Your Closings and Delays
2014 REAP Recycling Assistance Grants Awarded
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Cabinet Secretary Randy Huffman awarded grants worth $2 million to 40 recipients Thursday through the REAP (Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan) Recycling Assistance Grants program.
Secretary Huffman presented the 2014 grants during a ceremony at the DEP’s Charleston headquarters. Grants were awarded to state solid waste authorities, county commissions, municipalities, private industries and nonprofit organizations.
Funding for the grant program is generated through the $1 assessment fee per ton of solid waste disposed at in-state landfills and is provided by West Virginia Code 22-15A-19(h) (1).
Following are the grant recipients:
Barbour County Solid Waste Authority $51,920
To purchase recycling trailers, safety equipment and to assist with personnel and building improvements for the ongoing county-wide program.
Boone County Solid Waste Authority $52,080
To purchase fuel for recycling trucks, baling wire, promotional items, recycling bags, office supplies and to assist with personnel, utilities and conference attendance for the ongoing county-wide program.
Brooke County Solid Waste Authority $84,619.36
To assist with personnel, transportation costs, utilities, truck maintenance, conference attendance and to purchase fuel, recycling supplies and roll-offs for the ongoing county-wide program.
Marshall University Sustainability Department $34,200.99
To purchase an industrial paper shredder, installation and training for shredder and to assist with student collection wages for the university’s recycling program.
Calhoun County Solid Waste Authority $37,865
To assist with personnel, equipment maintenance, household battery recycling, crane inspection, utilities and to purchase fuel and rearview camera system on the box truck for the ongoing county-wide program.
Region VIII Solid Waste Authority $140,000
To assist with the construction of two metal buildings for recycling at both transfer stations.
Hancock County Solid Waste Authority $25,000
To assist with personnel at the recycling center for the county’s program.
Belle, Town of $3,000
To purchase folding recycle bag stands, recycle bags and recycle bins for the town’s program.
Charleston East End Main Street $27,470
To purchase solar powered recycling compactors for a new recycling initiative.
Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha and Putnam Counties $44,551
To purchase a fork truck, fuel and to assist with personnel and supplies for the latex paint recycling program.
University of Charleston $20,793.99
To purchase a utility vehicle with trailer and a dump trailer for current truck, including fuel and maintenance for the campus-wide recycling program.
Marion County Solid Waste Authority $148,865.75
To purchase a horizontal baler with conveyor, vertical baler, platform scales, skidsteer and hooklift recycling containers for a new recycling center.
Northern Mountain State Metals $75,000
To purchase a horizontal baler for the ongoing recycling operation.
Mason County Solid Waste Authority $54,248.52
To assist with personnel and to purchase a recycling truck and fuel for the ongoing county-wide program.
Potomac State College of WVU $7,829.87
To purchase recycling containers, promotional items, weight scale, fuel, advertising and bags for the campus-wide program.
Mountain State Tire Recycling $71,020
To purchase a refurbished hydraulic power unit with freight, hook cutters and hydraulic fluid for a tire shredder for the ongoing operation.
Monongalia County Solid Waste Authority $99,500
To purchase 20-yard recycling containers and legal advertising for the ongoing county-wide program.
Monroe County Solid Waste Authority $88,350
To purchase a recycling truck with an aluminum bed, two portable recycling trailers and to assist with personnel for the ongoing county-wide program.
Morgan County Solid Waste Authority $24,880
To assist with personnel, cardboard hauling and to purchase operating supplies, safety clothing and education materials for the county-wide program.
Ohio County Solid Waste Authority $12,650
To assist with advertising for the ongoing recycling program.
West Liberty University $24,760
To purchase recycling storage buildings, recycling containers, a utility vehicle, bags and scales for the campus-wide recycling program.
Wheeling Area Training Center for the Handicapped $54,250
To purchase a vertical baler, recycling containers, gloves, recycling cube trucks, tilt trucks with lids and to assist with personnel and advertising for the recycling operation.
Pleasants County Commission $6,185
To purchase recycling containers and legal advertising for a new recycling initiative.
Pleasants County Solid Waste Authority $114,300
To purchase recycling trailers, vehicle maintenance and fuel, legal advertising and to assist with personnel, operating expenses and equipment maintenance for the ongoing county-wide program.
Pocahontas County Solid Waste Authority $29,711.36
To assist with the county recycling contract and transportation costs, recycling advertising, pamphlets, promotional items and conference attendance for the ongoing county-wide program.
Kingwood, City of $25,695.92
To purchase recycling bins and tires for the truck and skidsteer for the city-wide program.
Putnam County Solid Waste Authority $16,000
To assist with recycling transportation, mobile home recycling and advertising for the ongoing county-wide program.
Beckley Garbage Disposal $42,000
To purchase a truck with special bed and hoist for the pallet/white goods recycling operation.
Elkins, City of $20,950
To assist with recycling service collection, conference attendance and to purchase indoor/outdoor recycling containers, bags, educational and advertising materials for a new recycling initiative.
Summers County Solid Waste Authority $21,046.70
To assist with personnel, conference attendance, vehicle fuel and maintenance, advertising and to purchase scales, recycling bags and tires for the recycling trailers for the ongoing county-wide program.
Refuse Control Systems $63,731.25
To purchase a baler with transportation and installation costs for the ongoing operation.
To purchase a recycling truck for the ongoing operation.
Sunrise Sanitation $53,955.50
To purchase drop-off containers and pre-bale holding bins with shipping and freight for the ongoing operation.
Tucker County Solid Waste Authority $100,000
To purchase a tub grinder for a new recycling initiative.
Upshur County Solid Waste Authority $6,270
To assist with the paper shred event, conference attendance, school “bounty” program, telephone costs and promotional items for the ongoing county-wide program.
Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority $25,000
To purchase fuel, insurance and maintenance for the recycling truck, recycling containers, advertising, tires for truck and trailers and to assist with driver wages for the ongoing county-wide program.
Wirt County Solid Waste Authority $33,063
To assist with personnel, contracted transportation, equipment maintenance, conference attendance and to purchase gaylord boxes and tires for the forklift and trailer for the ongoing county-wide program.
Latrobe Street Mission $75,000
To assist with personnel, travel for training, telephone cost, utilities, advertising, equipment maintenance and to purchase a downstroke baler with freight, baling supplies, a box truck, a forklift and fuel for a new recycling initiative.
Quality Sanitation $36,531
To purchase a side dump recycling trailer for the ongoing operation.
Wood County Solid Waste Authority $20,089
To purchase multi-stream recycling containers and mixed recycling containers for the ongoing county-wide program.
Rachel Anna Nutter Haught
Rachel Anna Nutter Haught
Age 73, of Little Hocking, Ohio was born January 06, 1940, in Rockdale, WV, in Calhoun County to the late Anderson Ray and Ruhamah Ruth Everson Nutter.
She was a 1959 graduate of Vincent High School and retired from E.I. DuPont Washington Works in 1997 after 20 years of service. She enjoyed watching NASCAR, watching Ohio State basketball and football, her Dachshunds dogs and traveling, but most of all, she loved spending time with her family.
Rachel is survived by her loving husband of 31 years, Denzil L. Haught; four daughters, Kathy Benedict of Belpre, Kimberly Warren (Ross) of Bellbrook, Ohio, Kelly Diane Jester (Wesley) of Vincent, Ohio, and Tara Haught Cavanagh of Sonoma, WV; one son, Malcolm “Huck” Haught of Fleming, Ohio; seven grandchildren, Amber Schaad of Marietta, Colin Starkey of Vincent, McKinzi and Harrison Warren of Bellbrook, Ohio, Christopher Cavanagh of Parkersburg, Kristin Miller (Seth) of Belpre and Jon Haught of Fleming; and four great-grandchildren, Bailey, Olivia, Sophia and Claira Miller, all of Belpre. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one infant daughter, Karen Sue Benedict; and three brothers.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association and/or Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.
A gathering of friends and family will be held on Saturday, December 07, from 3-5 PM, at Leavitt Funeral Home, Belpre.
PACF Awards 2013 Annual Fall Grants
Our Community’s Foundation celebrated the announcement of its annual fall grant awards Tuesday with a luncheon.
Our Community’s Foundation is the collective name for the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and its Regional Affiliate organizations in Doddridge, Jackson, Little Kanawha Area, Mason and Ritchie counties.
In this cycle, the PACF awarded grants totaling $134,800 to 30 different organizations. In conjunction, Jackson County Community Foundation awarded $5,000; Mason County Community Foundation awarded $55,133; Ritchie County Community Foundation awarded $3,580; Little Kanawha Area Community Foundation awarded $1,250; and Doddridge County Community Foundation awarded $1,150.
Grants awarded through the Community Action Grant program are provided through various unrestricted, field of interest and donor advised funds at the foundation.
The 2013 calendar year marks the 50th anniversary of the PACF as a tax-exempt nonprofit public charity foundation, which was created in 1963 by local citizens to make grants to nonprofits, schools, churches and municipalities in 11 counties and scholarships to students. While the foundation offers many different types of charitable funds, the focus is to build permanent endowments to annually distribute some earnings forever.
Through the Fall Community Action Grants program, a total of $200,913 was awarded to organizations within the foundation’s 11-county service region of Wood, Wirt, Ritchie, Doddridge, Mason, Calhoun, Gilmer, Roane, Pleasants and Jackson counties in West Virginia and Washington County, Ohio.
During Tuesday’s event at the PACF offices on Park Avenue, representatives of organizations who received funds through the latest grant cycle discussed their grant-funded projects and to provide input to the foundation on its grantmaking process and on the needs of the communities that the grantee organizations serve. Recipient organizations in Jackson and Mason counties received their awards during separate programs earlier in the fall.
Our Community’s Foundation began in 1963 and manages more than 400 charitable funds by supporting a variety of charitable causes in our region. In 2012, the foundation awarded $1.65 million to the region in grants and scholarships.
The organizations who received funds through the Fall Community Action Grants program were:
• Artsbridge Inc.: $1,500 for operating support to assist with relocation to a new facility.
• Community Resources: $2,600 for equipment to assist the agency in becoming paperless to improve organizational efficiency.
• Criss School Parent Teacher Association: $3,000 for the purchase of bleachers.
• Downtown PKB: $7,000 for support of the 2014 Summer Concert Series at Point Park.
• EVE Inc.: $2,000 for the Survivor’s Assistance Loan Fund.
• Jackson County Public Library Association: $7,000 to expand the family literacy program.
• Literacy Volunteers of the Mid-Ohio Valley: $1,000 to provide software and printed materials to support the needs of adult learners.
• Main Street Ripley: $2,200 for signage for Mill Creek Valley Water Trail.
• Mason County CERT: $4,000 to provide equipment for CERT volunteers.
• Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home: $7,500 for operating support.
• Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department: $5,500 to purchase meningitis vaccine.
• Nazareth Farm: $2,850 to encourage homeowners who receive home repairs through the organization to engage in community service as a means of relieving a portion of the repair costs.
• Old Man Rivers: $5,100 for painting of the facility and replacement of awnings.
• Parchment Valley Baptist Church: $5,000 for the Snak Pak project, which provides supplemental food to Jackson County school children for the weekends.
• Parkersburg and Wood County Public Library: $5,000 to digitize genealogy/local history materials.
• Parkersburg Area Coalition for the Homeless: $5,000 for operating support for House to Home.
• Parkersburg Art Center: $7,000 for operating support.
• Parkersburg High School Physical Education Department: $7,500 to purchase a heart rate monitor system for use in physical education.
• Regeneration Inc.: $5,000 to purchase supplemental food to provide Ritchie County school children with food for the weekends.
• Ritchie County Middle/High School Peer Mediators: $3,000 to support training for the school’s peer mediators.
• SW Resources Inc.:- $7,600 to purchase carpet cleaning equipment to employ clients.
• The BoMar Club: $3,250 to replace windows in the club facility.
• Vienna Public Library: $5,300 to update the library’s computer lab with new computers and software.
• West Central Beekeeping Association: $2,000 to purchase equipment in order to provide training for beekeepers and to introduce the art of beekeeping to students.
• West Virginia Symphony Orchestra-Parkersburg: $500 to purchase a laptop computer.
• West Virginia University Foundation, Bonnie Wells Wilson Mobile Mammography Program: $5,500 to support screening mammograms for women in Doddridge, Gilmer, Pleasants, Ritchie and Wirt counties.
• West Virginia University Foundation, Children’s Vision Rehabilitation Project: $4,700 to support comprehensive low vision clinics in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
• Williamstown Elementary School: $5,200 for the purchase of iPads to improve student learning in the second and third grades.
• Wood County Christian School: $2,000 to assist with the installation of a security system.
• Wood County Habitat for Humanity: $5,000 for incentives for homeowners to participate in a post-purchase homeowner education program.
• Wood County Permanent 4-H Camp Association: $5,000 to replace the walk-in refrigeration system and large capacity mixer at the 4-H camp.
Doddridge County Community Foundation Grants
• Nazareth Farm: $1,150 to encourage homeowners who receive home repairs through the organization to engage in community service as a means of relieving a portion of the repair costs.
Jackson County Community Foundation Grants
• Cottageville Elementary School: $500 for the purchase of a digital piano and iPads to improve music instruction.
• Fannin Chapel Family Center: $1,900 to construct an emergency shelter for the people of northern Jackson and southern Wood County.
• Main Street Ripley: $1,800 for a summer arts camp for youth at the Alpine Theatre.
• West Virginia University Foundation, Children’s Vision Rehabilitation Project: $800 to support comprehensive low vision clinics for children in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Little Kanawha Area Community Foundation Grants
• Gilmer County Family Resource Network: $250 for program support
• West Virginia University Foundation, Bonnie Wells Wilson Mobile Mammography Program: $1,000 to support screening mammograms for women in the Little Kanawha area.
Mason County Community Foundation Grants
• Ashton Elementary School: $994 to develop a listening library for first grade classrooms.
• Beale Elementary School: $1,000 to support performances by Sadecky’s Puppets, teaching kindness and respect to students.
• Main Street Baptist Church: $3,765 to support “Backpack Blessings” which provides supplemental food for weekends to participating K-2 children from Point Pleasant Primary School.
• Make a Wish of Greater Pennsylvania and Southern West Virginia: $3,900 to support wish expenses for a Mason County child.
• Mason County Alternative Education: $920 to purchase graphing calculators.
• Mason County CERT: $3,100 to provide equipment for CERT volunteers.
• Mason County Public Library: $2,600 for a display case and folding chairs.
• Mason County Schools: $4,500 to provide ACT test preparation classes for high school students.
• Mason County Sherriff’s Department: $400 to support the DARE program.
• New Haven and Community Volunteer Fire Department: $3,200 to purchase a hose reel and personal protective equipment for firefighters.
• Point Pleasant High School Baseball Boosters: $5,000 for improvements to the baseball facilities.
• Point Pleasant Junior Senior High School: $14,129 to purchase iPads and a charging cart to improve the Gordon and Mildred Jackson library’s research capabilities and to implement “flipped classroom” instruction and $900 to purchase “Geo Safari” devices for geography instruction.
• Point Pleasant Primary School: $5,500 to purchase stringed instruments to enhance music programs.
• Roosevelt Elementary School: $800 for a school garden project for fifth and sixth graders and $1,000 to purchase pedometer kits for students and teachers to improve physical fitness.
• Wahama Junior Senior High School: $925 to purchase paperback novels to be used in project-based learning in the classroom.
• West Virginia University Foundation, Children’s Vision Rehabilitation Project: $2,500 to support comprehensive low vision clinics for children in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Ritchie County Community Foundation Grants
• Creed Collins Elementary School: $500 for iPads to assist with systematic educational reforms.
• Ritchie County Commission: $1,000 to repair the clock tower at the courthouse.
• Ritchie County Middle/High School Peer Mediators: $1,040 to support training for the school’s peer mediators.
• West Virginia University Foundation, Bonnie Wells Wilson Mobile Mammography Program: $1,040 to support screening mammograms for women in Ritchie County.
Flood Watch Issued for Much of West Virginia
Heavy rains are bringing a flood threat to much of West Virginia.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for at least 26 counties from Thursday evening through Saturday morning.
The weather service says the storm could bring up to 3 inches of rain, leading to flooding on small streams and creeks.
Among the cities in the watch area are Clarksburg, Charleston, Huntington, Logan and Parkersburg.
FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING…
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN CHARLESTON HAS ISSUED A
* FLOOD WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST KENTUCKY… SOUTHEAST OHIO AND WEST VIRGINIA… INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING AREAS… IN NORTHEAST KENTUCKY… BOYD… CARTER… GREENUP AND LAWRENCE KY. IN SOUTHEAST OHIO… ATHENS… GALLIA… JACKSON OH… LAWRENCE OH… MORGAN… MEIGS… PERRY… VINTON AND WASHINGTON. IN WEST VIRGINIA… BARBOUR… BOONE… BRAXTON... CABELL… CALHOUN... CLAY... DODDRIDGE... GILMER... HARRISON... JACKSON WV… KANAWHA… LEWIS... LINCOLN… LOGAN… MASON… MINGO… PLEASANTS… PUTNAM… RITCHIE... ROANE... TAYLOR… TYLER… UPSHUR... WAYNE… WIRT AND WOOD.
* FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING
* A FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL MOVE OVER THE REGION DURING THE DAY ON THURSDAY AND STALL. WARM MOIST AIR AHEAD OF THIS SYSTEM, COUPLED WITH SEVERAL WAVES OF LOW PRESSURE RIDING UP AND ALONG THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL CAUSE PROLONG PERIODS OF RAIN, SOME OF WHICH COULD BE HEAVY. RAIN SHOULD DIMINISH SATURDAY MORNING. RAIN AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE BETWEEN 2 AND 3 INCHES OVER MUCH OF THE WATCH AREA.
* WITH THESE RAIN AMOUNTS, SMALL STREAMS AND CREEKS COULD HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO FLOOD WHICH IN TURN COULD CAUSE SIGNIFICANT RISES ON RIVERS. THIS WATCH INCLUDES SUCH BASINS, BUT LIMITED TO, THE BIG AND LITTLE SANDY, AND TYGART CREEK IN NORTHEAST KENTUCKY, THE HOCKING, THE SYMMES AND RACCOON IN SOUTHEAST OHIO, AND MOST RIVERS AND STREAMS IN THE LOWLANDS OF WEST VIRGINIA.
A FLOOD WATCH MEANS THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING BASED ON CURRENT FORECASTS.
YOU SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE ALERT FOR POSSIBLE FLOOD WARNINGS. THOSE LIVING ALONG FLOOD PRONE CREEKS AND RIVERS SHOULD BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION SHOULD FLOODING DEVELOP.
CURRENT VERSION OF GED TEST TO EXPIRE AT END OF 2013
GED testing centers in West Virginia encourage adults
to finish and pass before test deadlines
West Virginia announced that the current version of the GED test will expire at the end of 2013. The current version, known as the 2002 Series GED test, will be replaced with the new 2014 GED test on January 02, 2014.
Those who have taken the 2002 Series GED test, but not passed all five parts, have until the end of 2013 to pass or they will need to start over again in 2014 with a new high school equivalency assessment in order to receive their high school credential.
“The GED test opens doors to college, better jobs, the respect adults deserve, and the satisfaction of earning a high school credential,” said Debra Kimbler, West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE), Office of Adult Education and Workforce Development. “So we want to be sure that everyone is aware of this deadline. GED test-takers must act now to finish and pass before the current test expires.”
“Support is available, right here in West Virginia,” said Dr. Debrah Varner, Executive Director of Adult Education and Workforce Development. “We can help adult learners get prepared to take the parts of the GED test they still need to pass. We want you to succeed!”
Test takers may take the GED test for free in West Virginia. Prior to taking the GED test, test takers must take and pass the Official GED Practice Test (OPT) at an Adult Basic Education site. These class sites may be found at the WVDE website, wvde.state.wv.us/abe/ or by calling 1.800.642.2670. Once passing scores are achieved, the ABE instructor will assists the students with registering for the GED test.
A few important tips you should know about testing in Calhoun and Gilmer County before the end of 2013:
- OPT practice tests will be given at both GED class sites on a walk-in basis.
- GED test dates are currently scheduled at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center on the following date:
December 11 and 12, 2013
- Call 304.354.6151 for more Information
- “To anyone who has already started the GED test, your future is calling. By passing the GED test, you can answer that call,” said Randy Trask, president and CEO of GED Testing Service. “You owe it to yourself. Don’t miss the chance to turn one small step into your next big opportunity in life.”
- The GED test has opened doors to better jobs and college programs for more than 18 million graduates since 1942. Last year nearly 800,000 adults sat for the GED test, which is accepted by virtually all U.S. colleges and employers.
Fire and Ice Pageant - 01.18.14
Fire and Ice Pageant - 01.18.14
A Fire and Ice Pageant, presented by Calhoun High School Class of 2015 will be held January 18, 2014 at 1:00 PM at the Calhoun Middle-High School auditorium.
Entry fee is $35. Side Awards $5 each or $20 for all (must have all side awards to qualify for supreme titles).
Side Awards include Best Smile, Best Dressed, Photogenic (5X7), Prettiest Eyes, Best Hair.
Early Bird - Pay in full by December 11th you will receive $5.00 off, otherwise application due date is December 18th, 2013.
All proceeds go to the Class of 2015 for Prom 2014 and Senior Class Trip.
0-11 months – Baby Miss
1-2 – Tot Miss
3-4 - Tiny Miss
5-6 - Little Miss
7-9 - Young Miss
10-12 - Jr. Miss
13-18 - Miss
0-2 - Teeny Mister
3-5 - Little Mister
6-10 - Jr. Mister
For an application Personal Message Ms. Natalie J. White or email
Michelle Lynn Bishop Justice
Michelle Lynn Bishop Justice
Age 40, of Chloe, WV, passed away on Monday, December 02, 2013 at home after a long illness.
She was born August 20, 1973 in Parkersburg, WV, a daughter of Jackie Lee and Loretta Cottrell Bishop.
She was a home health care aide.
In addition to her parents, she is survived by her husband, Jarrett Justice; two sons, Alan and Coy Bailey; and three grandchildren, Brantlee, Peyton Michelle, and Sophia Lynn Bailey.
She was preceded in death by her grandfathers, Ed Bishop and Noah Cottrell; and her grandmother, Frona Cottrell.
There will be no visitation or service. Per the family’s wishes, Michelle was cremated.
Taylor-Vandale Funeral Home in Spencer, West Virginia is in charge of the arrangements.
Wetzel D. Putnam
Wetzel D. Putnam
Age 77, of Arnoldsburg, WV, finished his journey on this earth November 27, 2013 at home.
Wetzel was born February 25, 1936. The proud parents were the late Fletcher Putnam and Vena Cottrill Putnam.
He married Beatrice McCumbers May 15, 1954 who survives.
To this marriage was born four children, David Putnam of Spencer, WV; Pamela (Richard) Wines of Arnoldsburg, Barbara (Gary) Thayer of McDonough, GA and Marshall Putnam; four grandchildren, David (Sunshine) Vaughn, SC, Trinity (Rodney) Keesee of NC, Shane (Tressa) Wines of PA and Christopher Putnam of Spencer, WV; 8 great grandchildren, Matthew, Mara-Grace, Marshall Vaughn, Kennedy Keesee, Savanah, Arebella, Kensley and Elin Wines. Step great grandchildren Zach, Brison and Parker. Surviving brothers, Van (Nancy) Putnam, Mike (Darlene) Putnam; sisters Delores Wright and Charlotte (Richard) Frame; several nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles; and garage buddies, Zeek, Quick and Bruce Schoolcraft.
In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by one son, Marshall and one sister Rachel Johnson.
Funeral services will be held Saturday November 30, 2013, 10:00 AM at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg with Pastor John Putnam officiating.
Burial will follow in the Rosedale United Methodist Church Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 6:00-8:00 PM Friday.
The family greatly appreciated the Burnsville Hospice Care Unite for their help during the loss of their loved one.
Special Thank You from Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center
Just wanted to give a special thank you to the Brooksville Baptist Church
and their constant recognition and appreciation for our educators.
The Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center staff really appreciates all that you do to recognize us.
G-otcha™: Two Men Arrested on Meth Charges in Calhoun County
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon
||Morford, James Scott
||Central Regional Jail
Offender Court Order Information
|Court Info Number
||Issuing Agency Location
||LEWIS COUNTY - Bail Amount: $50,000.00
|Charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine meth lab.|
Arrested on charges from Lewis County.
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon
||Park, Adam August
||Central Regional Jail
Offender Court Order Information
|Court Info Number
||Issuing Agency Location
||CALHOUN COUNTY - Bail Amount: $5,000.00
|Charged with possession of precursors to manufacture meth.|
Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center: Skills USA and Current AM/PM Officers
born July 01, 1947, passed away on November 17, 2013 at Laurel Nursing Home after battling with cancer.
She was a homemaker and a Christian lady.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Russell and Geraldine Louise Tanner King.
She left behind three sisters, Cora Wagoner, Chloe, WV; Marie King of Grantsville, WV and Betty Boggs of Grantsville, WV as well as several nieces and nephews. She also leaves behind two very special friends and roommates, Remonia Morton of Ivydale and Carroll Arnold of Chloe, WV.
She will be sadly missed by family and friends.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 1:00 PM, at the Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville with Bobby Bailey officiating.
Burial will follow in the Mt. Zion cemetery.
Friends may call from 12:00 PM until the time of the services.
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