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Area Closings and Delays on Friday, February 12, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Friday, February 12, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse  
Gilmer County Health Department  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office Clinic
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Braxton County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Calhoun County Schools    
Doddridge County Schools    
Lewis County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Ritchie County Schools    
 
Barbour County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Clay County Schools    
Harrison County Schools    
Nicholas County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Pleasants County Schools    
Roane County Schools    
Tyler County Schools    
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Webster County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wetzel County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wirt County Schools    
Wood County Schools    

 

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Leading Creek Elementary Is Studying the Civil War in Social Studies

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The 5th Grade Class at Leading Creek Elementary is studying the Civil War in Social Studies Class.

The class received a traveling trunk from Gettysburg National Park.

In the trunk was a full Civil War Soldier uniform.

One of the students, Zackery Harper, was dressed as a Union Soldier.

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Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, February 11, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, February 11, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse  
Gilmer County Health Department  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office Clinic
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Braxton County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Calhoun County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Lewis County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Clay County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Harrison County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Nicholas County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Pleasants County Schools All Closed  
Roane County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Tyler County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Upshur County Schools All Closed  
Webster County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Wetzel County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wirt County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Wood County Schools All Closed  

 

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G-OpEd™: To Editor of The Weston Democrat and Our Fellow Voters and Citizens of West Virginia

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It appears that our elected delegates and senators in our WV legislature, in their support of our Second Amendment rights, are poised to pass the “Constitutional Carry Act”, giving all law abiding adult citizens the right to carry concealed weapons without need for any kind of permit. Nor, for that matter, will we citizens be required to undergo any sort of training or to demonstrate any level of competence or proficiency with our deadly weapons. Nor, perhaps more importantly, will we be required to demonstrate that we have any understanding of the important responsibilities attached to the ability to wield lethal force or of the legal, moral, and ethical considerations and constraints on the use of lethal force. The bill seems certain to pass again this session. It seems equally certain that our legislators will override any possible gubernatorial veto.

Leaving aside for now the question of what our founding fathers had in mind when they spoke of a “well-regulated Militia”, one has to wonder about how this legislation contributes to the maintaining of said “well-regulated Militia” or how it will make us safer from National Government Tyranny, terrorism, or foreign aggression. One must also wonder how it will make us all safer from criminals. Indeed, one has to wonder if this legislation makes any common sense or fills any real need at all – other than the need for politicians to demonstrate their conservative credentials and pay off a debt to the NRA.

Supposedly somebody can make a good argument for the need to be able to hide loaded handguns in our pockets and purses as we head out for an evening of drinking at the local bar, head out to pick up the kids from day care, head out to buy groceries, or head off to work, unrestrained by any training, testing, and permitting. Perhaps an argument can be made that it is really not necessary for a citizen armed with a deadly weapon to demonstrate some mature understanding of the responsibilities, the value choices, and ethical judgement that should go along with being able to end the life of another human being with the squeeze of a trigger.  If such arguments exist, we would like to hear them.

Be that as it may, we expect that the vast majority of those reading this, if being honest, can think of at least one or two individuals in our community, who have never been convicted of a felony, never been charged with or convicted of domestic violence, nor adjudicated mentally incompetent, yet whom we would rather not see walking around with loaded weapons in their pockets and purses, let alone standing behind us at in the checkout line at the local department store, sitting beside us at the local tavern, or meeting us in a fender bender at a busy four way stop.

Please contact our legislators and ask them to exercise some common sense and mature judgement when considering this legislation.

~~  Tom and Becky Berlin - Weston, WV ~~

Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, February 10, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse  
Gilmer County Health Department  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office Clinic
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Braxton County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Calhoun County Schools 3 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Lewis County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools ALL CLOSED  
Clay County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Harrison County Schools ALL CLOSED  
Nicholas County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Pleasants County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Roane County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Tyler County Schools All Closed  
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Webster County Schools 3 Hour Delay  -to-   ALL CLOSED  
Wetzel County Schools All Closed  
Wirt County Schools All Closed  
Wood County Schools All Closed  

 

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Area Closings and Delays on Tuesday, February 09, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse  
Gilmer County Health Department  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office Clinic
Gilmer County Schools All Closed  
Braxton County Schools All Closed  
Calhoun County Schools All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools All Closed  
Lewis County Schools All Closed  
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools All Closed  
Clay County Schools Closing 2 Hours Early  
Harrison County Schools All Closed  
Nicholas County Schools All Closed  
Pleasants County Schools All Closed  
Roane County Schools All Closed  
Tyler County Schools All Closed  
Upshur County Schools All Closed  
Webster County Schools All Closed  
Wetzel County Schools All Closed  
Wirt County Schools All Closed  
Wood County Schools All Closed  

 

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Area Candidate Filings for 2016 Primary - Final

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2016 Gilmer County Candidates
Name Party Residence
County Clerk(1)
JEAN BUTCHER
Republican Cox’s Mills, WV
County Commission(1)
JOHN D. BENNETT
Democrat Glenville, WV
Prosecuting Attorney(1)
GERRY HOUGH
Democrat Glenville, WV
Sheriff(1)
LARRY D. GERWIG
Democrat Cedarville, WV
MICKEY E. METZ
Democrat Glenville, WV
Assessor(1)
GARY L.  WOLFE
Democrat Glenville, WV
Magistrate (2 - 1 Each Division)
PAMELA C. “PAM” CUTLIP
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Glenville, WV
CLARISSA G. FERRELL
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Glenville, WV
ALTON L. SKINNER II
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Sand Fork, WV
CAROL REED WOLFE
Non Partisan
(Division 1)
Glenville, WV
Circuit Clerk(1)
KAREN ELKIN
Democrat Stouts Mills, WV
Board Of Education(2)
R W MINIGH
Non Partisan Glenville, WV
WILLIAM K. SIMMONS
Non Partisan Cox’s Mills, WV
Conservation District Supervisor(1)
JANE COLLINS
Non Partisan Tanner, WV
2016 Braxton County Candidates
Name Party Residence
County Clerk
SUE (SINGLETON) RUTHERFORD
Democrat Sutton, WV
TERESA “TERRY” FRAME
Democrat Sutton, WV
JR ROACH
Democrat Heaters, WV
County Commission
GARY T. ELLYSON II
Democrat Gassaway, WV
LISA MACE GODWIM
Democrat Burnsville, WV
MATTHEW AUSTIN PERRINE
Democrat Napier, WV
J D WHITESEL
Democrat Gassaway, WV
Prosecuting Attorney
KELLY HAMON MCLAUGHLIN
Democrat Gassaway, WV
Sheriff
RUSSELL J BELKNAP
Democrat Exchange, WV
JOHN E. STUMP
Democrat Burnsville, WV
FRED G. THOMPSON
Democrat Frametown, WV
EDDIE WAYNE WILLIAMS
Republican Ireland, WV
Assessor
ESTA BOGGS
Democrat Gassaway, WV
LEAH HERNDON
Democrat Flatwoods, WV
TYLER MORLAN
RepublicanGassaway, WV
EDITH “EDIE” TICHNER
Democrat Sutton, WV
Magistrate (1 Each Division)
BETH (PRINCE) SMITH
Non Partisan
(Division 1)
Sutton, WV
DAVID R. SINGLETON
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Gassaway, WV
DAVID R. SINGLETON
Non Partisan
(Division   2)
Gassaway, WV
Surveyor
S. PAT ROBERTS
Democrat Sutton, WV
Circuit Clerk
SUSAN (FRAME) LEMON
Democrat Gassaway, WV
Board Of Education
SHANE BROWN
Non Partisan Sutton, WV
JILL COOPER
Non Partisan Burnsville, WV
ALLYSON PETERS LEWIS
Non Partisan Burnsville, WV
CHARLES (BILLY) MCDONALD
Non Partisan Heaters, WV
KATHY PARKER
Non Partisan Heaters, WV
BRADLEY SHINGLER
Non Partisan Little Birch, WV
MICKEY SKEENS
Non Partisan Gassaway, WV
Conservation District Supervisor
DONALD BURROUGHS
Non Partisan Heaters, WV
BRADLEY MEADOWS
Non Partisan Gassaway, WV
2016 Calhoun County Candidates
Name Party Residence
County Clerk
JEAN SIMERS
Democrat Grantsville, WV
County Commission
MELISSA FALLS
Democrat Arnoldsburg, WV
MICHAEL HICKS
Democrat Millstone, WV
BOB WEAVER
Democrat Mount Zion, WV
ANITA G WEST
Republican Mount Zion, WV
Prosecuting Attorney
SHANNON JOHNSON
Democrat Mount Zion, WV
Sheriff
BOB GROVES
Democrat Big Bend, WV
BRANDI RICHARDS
Democrat Creston, WV
JEFF STARCHER
Democrat Orma, WV
EUGENE O. STEVENS
Republican Big Bend, WV
ANDY WALKER
Democrat Big Springs, WV
Assessor
JASON NETTLES
Democrat Chloe, WV
Magistrate (1 Each Division)
LORA DAVIS
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Grantsville, WV
JIM HUGHESNon Partisan
(Division 2)
Grantsville, WV
RICHARD POSTALWAIT
Non Partisan
(Division 1)
Big Springs, WV
RYAN G. UNDERWOOD
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Grantsville, WV
Circuit Clerk
SHEILA GARRETSON
Democrat Grantsville, WV
SAMANDA “MANDEE” RICHARDS
Democrat Big Springs, WV
Board Of Education
PATRICK BELL
Non Partisan Big Springs, WV
KEVIN CUNNINGHAM
Non Partisan Grantsville, WV
JAMES “JIMMY” GREGORY
Non Partisan Arnoldsburg, WV
HORST MOTZ
Non Partisan Big Springs, WV
2016 Lewis County Candidates
Name Party Residence
County Clerk
CINDY STOUT ROWAN
Republican Weston, WV
County Commission
THOMAS V. FEALY
Democrat Weston, WV
JOHN M. SHAFFER
Democrat Weston, WV
ROD WYMAN
Republican Weston, WV
Prosecuting Attorney
CHRISTY TALBERT FLANIGAN
Republican Weston, WV
Sheriff
ADAM M. GISSY
Democrat Weston, WV
Assessor
JOHN BREEN
Republican Jane Lew, WV
T. CHAD KELLEY
Democrat Jane Lew, WV
Magistrate (1 Each Division)
ED BROWNING
Non Partisan
(Division 1)
Weston, WV
ROGER D. “ROB” CLEM, JR.
Non Partisan
(Division 1)
Weston, WV
MICHAEL (MIKE) GISSY
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Weston, WV
Circuit Clerk
BETH BURKHART
Republican Walkersville, WV
STEPHEN R.  MORAN
Democrat Horner, WV
DAVID PARKS
Democrat Weston, WV
DOUG STALNAKER
Democrat Weston, WV
BOB TAYLORRepublican Weston, WV
Board Of Education
FREDRIC “MIKE” ALLMAN
Non Partisan Weston, WV
DEBBIE CLEM
Non Partisan Jane Lew, WV
PRISCILLA TETER GOULD
Non Partisan Weston, WV
VICKI KERRIGAN
Non Partisan Weston, WV
ROBERT L. MITCHELL
Non Partisan Roanoke, WV
MICHAEL MONACHELLO
Non Partisan Roanoke, WV
CONNIE CLEM RIFFLE
Non Partisan Weston, WV
RICHARD WOOFTER
Non Partisan Weston, WV
TORI (WILLIAMS) ZIELINSKI
Non Partisan Jane Lew, WV
Conservation District Supervisor
WILLIAM E. MCCLAIN
Non Partisan Roanoke, WV
2016 Ritchie County Candidates
Name Party Residence
County Clerk
TRACIE D.  MCDONALD
Republican Smithville, WV
County Commission
SAMUEL C. ROGERS
Democrat Pennsboro, WV
Prosecuting Attorney
KATRINA M. CHRIST
Republican Davisville, WV
MICHAEL D. FARNSWORTH JR.
Republican Walker, WV
ROCCO E. MAZZEI
Republican Stonewood, WV
SAMUEL C. ROGERS II
Democrat Parkersburg, WV
Sheriff
RON BARNIAK
Republican Cairo, WV
TERRY SNODGRASS
Republican Harrisville, WV
Assessor
ARLENE MOSSOR
Republican Harrisville, WV
Magistrate (1 Each Division)
TERESA C. HARPER
Non Partisan
(Division 2)
Ellenboro, WV
DAVID W. HAUGH
Non Partisan
(Division 1)
Harrisville, WV
Surveyor
BILL MOSSOR
Republican Harrisville, WV
Circuit Clerk
ROSE ELLEN COX
Republican Pennsboro, WV
Board Of Education
JOHN A. DITLOWNon Partisan Harrisville, WV
TORIE JACKSONNon Partisan Pennsboro, WV
MELANIE VOGT-MCCLOY
Non Partisan Pennsboro, WV
BETSY WELLSNon Partisan Pennsboro, WV
Conservation District Supervisor
IVAN BANKS
Non Partisan Petroleum, WV
FLOYD M. HODGE SR.
Non Partisan Harrisville, WV

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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•  On Wednesday, January 21, 2016 Family Court Judge Larry Whited divorced Rachel Clark (36) of Weston, WV from John Clark (36) of Parkersburg, WV.


•  On Wednesday, December 30, 2015 Family Court Judge Larry Whited held Family Court in Gilmer County and heard 3 domestic violence matters.

Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, January 27, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse  
Gilmer County Health Department  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office Clinic
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Braxton County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Calhoun County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Doddridge County Schools    
Lewis County Schools All Closed  
Ritchie County Schools    
 
Barbour County Schools All Closed  
Clay County Schools All Closed  
Harrison County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Nicholas County Schools    
Pleasants County Schools    
Roane County Schools    
Tyler County Schools    
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Webster County Schools    
Wetzel County Schools    
Wirt County Schools    
Wood County Schools    

 

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Area Closings and Delays on Tuesday, January 26, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse  
Gilmer County Health Department  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office Clinic
Gilmer County Schools All Closed  
Braxton County Schools All Closed  
Calhoun County Schools All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Lewis County Schools All Closed  
Ritchie County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
 
Barbour County Schools All Closed  
Clay County Schools All Closed  
Harrison County Schools All Closed  
Nicholas County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Pleasants County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Roane County Schools All Closed  
Tyler County Schools    
Upshur County Schools All Closed  
Webster County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wetzel County Schools All Closed  
Wirt County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wood County Schools 2 Hour Delay  

 

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Area Closings and Delays on Friday, January 22, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Friday, January 22, 2016
Glenville State College Closed - Shuttle and food service will be limited  
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse Closing at 10:00 AM  
Gilmer County Health Department Closing at 10:00 AM  
Gilmer County Senior Center  
Minnie Hamilton Health System, Glenville Office ClinicClosing at 12:00 Noon
 
Gilmer County Schools All Closed  
Braxton County Schools All Closed  
Calhoun County Schools All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools Closing 3:00 Hours Early  
Lewis County Schools All Closed  
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools All Closed  
Clay County Schools All Closed  
Harrison County Schools All Closed  
Nicholas County Schools All Closed  
Pleasants County Schools All Closed  
Roane County Schools All Closed  
Tyler County Schools All Closed  
Upshur County Schools All Closed  
Webster County Schools All Closed  
Wetzel County Schools All Closed  
Wirt County Schools All Closed  
Wood County Schools All Closed  

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G-OpEd™: A War on Labor

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To West Virginia Voters and Workers:

In an action that should be of no surprise to anybody, our WV State Senate started off the 2016 session with another attack on workers with the introduction of Senate Bill 1, the so called, “WV Workplace Freedom Act”, also known as Right to Work.

This is another thinly disguised attack on labor and labor unions, based on the insane idea that labor is the problem and that labor is somehow parasitic on capital and is taking too much of the wealth from the owners of capital. It is part and parcel of the four decade long war on labor that has been waged by the wealthy and powerful against those who actually work for a living. This is a war that has not seen a trickle down of wealth to the working classes, or a flow of wealth from the top down, but a flow of wealth from labor to capital, resulting in an immoral and unsustainable inequity in the distribution of wealth in the United States and in WV, and a relative diminution of the rewards of working for a living.

Here are two truths to keep in mind:

  1. Capital produces nothing and capitalists, owners of capital, produce nothing. Trees do not saw themselves into lumber and lumber does not build itself into homes, steel does not organize itself into automobiles, and consumer goods do not stock themselves on shelves or sell themselves to customers. One might own a huge manufacturing facility, but without labor that facility produces nothing of value.

  2. Wealth is only produced by labor when capital is utilized to produce marketable and valuable goods and services. Workers utilize capital to produce things that have value and thus multiply the value of capital and create wealth. In the bargain, we expect the producers of wealth to be given a fair portion of the wealth they have created. Capital is totally dependent on labor for growth of wealth. Wealth flows from labor to capital, not the other way around.

A big problem is that our economic system and our government value and favor capital (stuff) and disvalue and disfavor labor, (the producers, Human Beings).  When labor is not valued, human lives are disvalued and cheapened.

If we do not take care of our creators of wealth and see that the producer class is strong and healthy, we risk having the whole system fall apart. The greed of the wealthy owners of capital, who are dependent upon and parasitic upon the producer class, cannot be fed forever without damaging the base of the system (producers or labor).

Let your WV Delegates and Senators know that you are fed up with this ongoing attack on the working people of this state. Insist that they vote against the “WV Workplace Freedom Act” and all other legislation that further erodes the standing of the actual producers of wealth in our economy, labor.

~~  Tom and Becky Berlin - Weston, WV ~~

Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, January 21, 2016

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, January 21, 2016
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education  
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
Gilmer County Schools All Closed  
Braxton County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Calhoun County Schools All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Lewis County Schools All Closed  
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools All Closed  
Clay County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Harrison County Schools All Closed  
Nicholas County Schools All Closed  
Pleasants County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Roane County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Tyler County Schools All Closed  
Upshur County Schools All Closed  
Webster County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Wetzel County Schools All Closed  
Wirt County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wood County Schools 2 Hour Delay  

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Glenville State College President’s Honor List for Fall 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV – Glenville State College has announced the names of GSC students who attained the President’s Honor List for the Fall 2015 semester. To be named to the President’s Honor List, a student must have a 4.0 grade point average on a minimum of 12 semester hours.

The students making the President’s Honor List are listed as follows according to their county of residence:

Berkeley County:  Lawrence C. Wolf

Braxton County:  Gabriela Y. Bonazzo, Bridget D. Carr, Tyler K. Cunningham, Jordan T. Cutlip, Ashlee N. James, Erica D. Perdue, Teddy J. Richardson, Erica L Whitney

Calhoun County:  Samantha B. Fulks, Danielle N. Kendall, Emily L. Snyder

Clay County:  Dalton M. Holcomb, Caitlyn M. Rogers, Lauren K. Stover

Doddridge County:  Joshua L. Smith

Fayette County:  Breanna N. Bennett, Kennedy M. Cochran

Gilmer County:  Samantha J. Brookover, Jonathan E. Clark, Elisabeth A. Coombs, Jazmin C. Gordon, Jaylin K. Johnson, Hannah M. McCune, Emily E. Ramezan, Wesley A. Self, Kimberly A. Smith, Hilari E. Sprouse, Gregory T. Steele, Timothy G. Wine, Carrissa M. Wood, Trevor D. Wright

Harrison County:  Hannah J. Barron, Abraham J. Hummel, Kelsey B. Palmer, Megan E. Ruppert

Jackson County:  Evan D. Merical

Kanawha County:  Courtney L. Cutlip, Jerrica D. Hilbert

Lewis County:  Brenna A. Gibbons, J’Aime L. Shearer

Marion County:  Paige M. Tuttle

Marshall County:  Toni L. Doman

Mason County:  Kaylee M. Howard

Morgan County:   Michael I. Pracht

Nicholas County:  Carrie G. Huffman, Melissa J. Jones, Nathan M. Kincaid, Kaitlyn Murphy, Benjamin J. Neal, Eric W. Peyatt, Kathryn G. Waddell

Pocahontas County:  Steven L. Casto

Raleigh County:  Luke D. Carpenter

Randolph County:  Loyle T. Fortney, Derrick A. Woods

Roane County:  Georgia B. Bing, Bonita J. Schreckengost

Tucker County:  Dawn M. Gravelle

Upshur County:  Kristen E. Cosner, Skylar A. Fulton, Sarah A. Gillespie, Belinda L. Lewis, Benjamin T. Stingo, Melvin A. Tyler

Webster County:  Dancey E. Howes, Jordan M. Sandifer

Wood County:  Micah Z. Boles

Wyoming County:  Hunter S. Simmons

Out of State:  Devin E. Cain, Carly B. Cairns, , Cassidy L. Clark, James T. Cooper, Raven P. Fatool, Samuel A. Hanke, Ivee M. Kaye, Allison A. Parski, Victoria L. Peterson, Marlon D. Reese, Madison L. Shoff, Emily A. Walker, Samantha M. Weaver, Brian S. Williams

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Glenville State College Vice President’s Honor List for Fall 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV – Glenville State College has announced the names of GSC students who attained the Vice President’s Honor List for the Fall 2015 semester. To be named to the Vice President’s Honor List, students must have a 3.5 grade point average while enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.

The students making the Vice President’s Honor List are listed as follows according to their county of residence:

Barbour County:  Edward L. Parsons, II, Olivia V. Snyder

Berkeley County:  Brianna D. Caison, Tia M. LeMaster, Desiree R. Payne, Sarah K. Swearingen

Boone County:  Ally K. Brown, Tiffany D. Muller

Braxton County:  Jordan D. Batton, Robert C. Cline, Bryan K. Foster, Jr., Elizabeth A. Jackson, Caleb D. Long, Clifton W. Long, Tonya L. Lyons, Erica N. Toler, Kelsie R. Tonkin, Michael F. Wasylyk, Elania N. White, Shanna S. Wine

Calhoun County:  Tiffany A. Brannon, Moriah J. Creelfox, Sr., Stewart L. Fitzwater, Levi M. Gordon, Kevin W. Hardbarger, Chelsea R. Hicks, Kelsey E. Jett, Erica N. Jones

Clay County:  Casey A. Burdette, Jacob L. Hopkins, Nathan W. Mullins, Kaitlyn J. Samples, Carlee R. Scott, Adam M. Taylor, Allison P. Taylor

Doddridge County:  Ryan M. Mizia, Lindsey G. Travis

Gilmer County:  Katelyn S. Benson, Ezekiel G. Bonnett, Andrew B. Butcher, Tara S. Evans, Larisa D. Gordon, Landon P. Gumm, Michaela L. Gumm, Autumn J. Harkins, Christina L. Jenkins, Jeremy D. Jenkins, Amanda R. Lamb, Wenjie Liu, Corri C. Phillips, Hannah L. Roberts, Valeri M. Sprouse, Mistie R. Starcher, Curtis R. Sutphin, Kyle M. Troutman

Hancock County:  Danielle L. Shepherd

Jackson County:  Lindsey R. Acree, Chelsey Hager, Clayton Swisher

Kanawha County:  Jesse A. Broussard, Aaron N. Calvert, McKenzie M. Edmonds, Kayli N. Hudson, Maura R. James, Charles E. Lynch, Jonathan Z. Massey, Bailey M. Rabel, Bethany N. Spelock, Amanda S. Thurm

Lewis County:  Haley R. Biller, James Z. Browning, Anissa R. Cox, Mariah L. Daniels, Chelsea L. Hines, Abigail E. Jerden, Kelsey M. Luke, Amber M. MacLoughlin, Daniel M. Pascasio, Courtney P. Putnam, Kayla B. Rose, Devon B. Southall, Kelly L. Weaver

Logan County:  Kaitlyn A. Bircheat, Derrick O. Lowe, Justin R. Oney

Marshall County:  Logen M. Lemasters

Mason County:  Anthony J. Howard

Monongalia County:  Brian L. Hayhurst

Monroe County:  Joseph S. Elmore

Nicholas County:  Jeffrey S. Anderson,  Sarah J. Cody, Ashley N. Hamilton, Ashley N. Mangold, Elizabeth M. Messer, Daniel M. Proctor, Rebecca S. Segal

Pendleton County:  Virginia L. Bruce, Dorothy A. Daughtry, Albert L. Martin, II,

Pocahontas County:  Lyndsee L. Gay, Kelly D. Hendrick, Isaac C. Hise, Brooke A. Riffe

Preston County:  Madison H. Null, Josiah D. Nuse

Putnam County:  Cody A. Carnefix, Jessica A. Layne

Raleigh County:  Christian S. Bryant, William T. Harper, Michael A. Layne, Briannah C. Todd

Randolph County:  Kathlyne L. Simmons, Christopher D. Varner, Scott C. Wentz

Ritchie County:  Devon C. Cunningham, Trinity R. Muschweck, Brianna N. Ratliff

Roane County:  William D. Alderman, Kathy J. Childers, Savannah C. Harper, James D. Williams

Taylor County:  Hunter A. Given

Tucker County:  Catherine Chambers, Heather M. Chambers, Wiley T. Raines

Tyler County:  Miranda M. Taylor

Upshur County:  Julie A. Anderson

Wayne County:  James M. Egnor

Webster County:  Samuel A. Canfield, Amber N. King, Brendan M. Rumney

Wirt County:  Jacob T. Braniff, James L. Lynch

Wood County:  Ryan A. Fieler, Jack H. Varndell

Wyoming County:  Kaitlyn Day, Darren R. Gibson, Travis D. Gibson, Andrew W. Mattox

Out of State:  Randal E. Baugher, Marvon M. Brooks, Chandler R. Carrera, Erica T. Damone, Jacqueline T. Deary, Jonathan C. Dupree, Kenneth W. Finzel, Alex E. Gilmore, Noah R. Green, Maya B. Horne, Justin T. Lewis, Momi P. Lievan, Anthony W. McPoyle, Stephen G. Mickle, Joseph I. Neal, Zoe A. Nicastro, Mackenzie J. Plehn, Katrina M. Salinas, Isaiah R. Sattelmaier, Rashaun T. Searles, Samuel A. Thomas, Hayley M. Wadsworth, Esharra A. Walton, Nicole Ward

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