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Gilmer County Clerk: Notice to Creditors and Beneficiaries - 03.19.15

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

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

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

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

All persons having claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerk’s Office on or before June 17, 2015  otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate(s).  All beneficiaries of said estate(s) may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.

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

 

DECENDENT NAME PER.REP/NAME REPER.REP/ADDRESS
Mildred L. Burkhammer Gerald McHenry 217 Little Ellis Road
Linn, WV 26384
William L. Kerby Carol Boyle 3401 Waterloo Road
Mogadore, OH 44260
Billie Jean Summers William C. Summers 10607 US Hwy 33W
Normantown, WV 25267
James Oran Snyder Jr. Elsie L. Alltop 7681 WV Hwy47 W
Cox’s Mills, WV 26342
Kenneth Allen Ferguson Shannon A. Ferguson 2363 Chestnut Lick Road
Normantown, WV 25267


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

The date of the first publication of this Notice is : March 19, 2014

Cheerleader Remembers Normantown’s 1945 Run to Title

As high school state basketball tournament action heats up in Charleston, 87-year-old Morgantown resident and former Normantown High School cheerleader Betty Cross recalls her school’s memorable run to the state title 70 years ago.

In 1945, Normantown High School, a small high school in Gilmer County that only had a little more than 100 students at the time, had a Cinderella season en route to an improbable state title in hoops. Cross, whose maiden name was Betty Jean Whitesel, was one of only two cheerleaders at the school. She fondly recalls her neighbor and one of the players on the team predicting a state tournament victory before the season.

“One of the players who left next to me and I lived in Gilmer County close to the school, and he said to me, Betty Jean, we’re going to win this tournament,” she recalled this week when speaking with MetroNews.

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Much like Hickory High in the famous movie “Hoosiers”, Normantown beat several larger schools on their way to capturing a championship which at that time was played in Morgantown. Cross remembers how large the crowds were that showed up to watch the games, despite a premium on gasoline at the time.

“The gymnasium was filled to overflowing in Glenville when they played the sectional. The same thing in Clarksburg when they played WI in the regional,” Cross said. “And I think they had more people in the fieldhouse in Morgantown at that time for the tournament than there had ever been before.”

The Vikings won three games in Morgantown including two in the same day with the championship coming over Logan.

How was such a tiny school able to pull off a run to a state championship? Cross said that the Normantown Vikings team that year was known for their slow deliberate style of play and cool demeanor on the court.

“They were very stable in their play,” she recalled. “They never went wild or anything, they just contained. They played that slow, controlled type of basketball. And I can’t remember a time where they were flustered.”

Cross said she has fond memories of the championship season, which was her junior year at Normantown. She noted that, remarkably, herself, 9 of the 11 players on the team, the manager, and the other cheerleader, Jean Robert Pitts, were all members of the junior class.

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grin This tiny school has pulled off a lot of miracles.  Not the least the miracle of providing Normantown Elementary children a good education.  Thanks for the memory!

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Gilmer County Board of Education Special Meeting - Monday, March 16, 2015 - Today

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AGENDA
SPECIAL MEETING
Gilmer County Board of Education
Gilmer County High School
Monday, March 16, 2015 – 5:30 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER - Roll Call by President

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. APPROVE LEVY RATES

IV. RECESS UNTIL APRIL 21, 2015 8:00 AM.

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You have to watch the meeting and conclude for yourself:


AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING
Gilmer County Board of Education
Gilmer County High School
Monday, February 25, 2015 – 5:00 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER - Roll Call by President


II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


III. REPORTS/DISCUSSION/FOLLOW-UP ACTION

      A. CGCC-  Dr. Carl Armour - January 20, 2015

      B. RESA 7- Dr. William Simmons


IV. CONSENT AGENDA-NEW BUSINESS

      A. Minutes: January 20, 2015

      B. Budget Supplements & Transfers

      C.  Financial Statement/Treasure’s Report

      D.  Accounts Payable

      E.  Student Transfers

      F.  School Volunteers

      G.  Field Trips

A list of invoices is available for review in the Central Office.


V. SUPERINTENDENT’S INFORMATION/ACTION

      A.  Facilities

      B.  Change of April 2015 Board Meeting Date

      C.  Sale of School Buses

      D.  Personnel

      E.  Workshops

      F.  Make-Up Days


VI. DELEGATIONS


VII. ADJOURNMENT

 

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If there was any doubt that Williamson and Shriver gets preferential treatment for school building work in Gilmer County listen to the video.

W&S was paid a huge sum of money to provide professional guidance with developing the County’s facilities plan for our schools.

What happened next included the false start on the auction barn site, the failed Cedar Creek project, and what led to the State’s decision to construct the new school along the river.

S&W will receive more money for construction of that new school.

Mr. Devono said that there was a requirement in the facilities plan to hire S&W for all work in the County and that if the firm was not hired, State money for a new 750K heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system at the GCHS must be returned to the State.

Wasn’t S&W in a severe conflict of interest in getting named in the facilities plan it had worked on to be designated as the recipient of all the County’s future work related to schools?

Let us hope that our WV Legislatures are monitoring this one.

By Corruption?  on  03.12.2015

Gilmer County, misuse of funds has been the pattern in all intervened counties.

This is true for building schools, purchase of land for schools, hiring firms, and buying electronics equipment, and other goods and services

Remember that superintendents sent in to seize power after intervention carry out orders of Mrs. Manchin’s group and that is why they were chosen for their cushy jobs.

By Suprised?  on  03.12.2015

Thank you Dr. Armour for standing up for Gilmer’s children, citizens, and your own board of education. 
You have been silent far too long.  You show clearly you understand the situation. 
You know what the Manchin machine has, and is doing to the West Virginia school system, and Gilmer as well.

You well know and are aware how information is purposefully kept from view by the state appointed superintendents. 
You know that financial information is kept as secret as possible. 
You know that mr. Devano purposely tried to badger you.  mr. Devano wanted to take his ball and go home in this meeting. 

Very childish mr. Devano accusing you of playing to the camera.  mr. Devano of all people is over the top guilty of that? 

mr. Devano clearly displayed his frustration for all.  Is this frustration caused by his handlers direct or indirect actions or expectations?  When people are less than truthful, honest, and transparent, they know well they are on the wrong side of every issue.  Body language clearly shows.

By bravo!  on  03.12.2015

In my county our superintendent serves as the secretary for meetings, he does not force himself into proceedings, and he makes himself available to respond to questions.

When asked questions he does not skirt them and if he does not know answers he admits it, but he promises to get answers soon as possible.

Another observation. Our superintendent does not fear questions and he never makes personal attacks against any board member who asks them.

Is is a known fact that the heavy handed treatment in Gilmer County and other intervened counties played into the widespread anger against the WVDOE and its Common Core plans.

By Order Please  on  03.12.2015

Ever been to a county fair where they had a “greased pig catch”?
Well, Carl Armor caught the pig and made him squeal! lmbo From 3 tables away!
Way to go Carl.
We are waiting for the remaining 7 points of law to be brought out at the next school board meeting.
Best meeting to date.  Hope you board members continue to stand up for our community!

By reader  on  03.12.2015

If this state use of the firm W & S is true, why isn’t the Legislature or A.G. Morrisey looking in to it?  Sounds illegal.

By Clowser  on  03.12.2015

Has anyone wondered if intervention is a way the mob has used to infiltrate in WV to get its hands on easy money?

By Dig Deeper  on  03.12.2015

to dig deeper ~ One board member has stated to many people, many times, insinuating that the mafia is out to get him and other board members.

By ask Bill  on  03.12.2015

Mrs. Hurley had every right to ask the man in delegation a question for clarification purposes!Every Board member does. Each time she or Armour spoke the Superintendent interrupted and they were forced to speak over him to finish their point. It is not a Superintendent’s meeting it’s a Board meeting.

Every law on the books ignored over and over again spitting in the public eye so to speak.  Strange Mr Simmons is so upset about his travel but only gave one full year of statistics? What happened before 2014 with 2015 isn’t finished yet. Never read a comment accusing him of anything but being greedy. How can he sit there in good conscience saying those no bid contracts with architects are the way things are done? Is this what happened at GSC?
No wonder the State BOE doesn’t want to know what happens in intervention counties.

By Mtown  on  03.12.2015

This Board of Education didn’t get anything back! Notallowed to express an opinion or get any information without a struggle every time. No more excess levy as long as this county is under State intervention!

By Rosedale  on  03.12.2015

This guy named Hardman, requesting the Masonic cornerstone for the school.
He should be turned down flat.
Very rude, arrogant and inconsiderate how he stood in front of the camera.
Poor, very poor representative of the Masonic Order.

By reader3  on  03.13.2015

Total unprofessional display by both board president and superintendent.  Not much else to be said.

By GFP reader  on  03.13.2015

I bet money that the school board was insulted by the Masons because it is well known that it was stripped of all authority to have any say about the Hays City school or anything else of importance.

The Masons rubbed salt into the festering wound by requesting permission for the cornerstone!

If you want to do the right thing, Masons, you should apologize to the board and the rest of Gilmer County.

Isn’t it true that Masons are supposed to avoid things of controversy as fraternity policy?

By Disappointed In Behavior  on  03.13.2015

It amazed people that the Masons endorsed the Hays City project which is at a risky site for our children.

By D. Reed  on  03.13.2015

High Prince William of Gilmer BOE is stooping to new lows. He is apparently now spreading rumors to try and get members of the BOE fighting among themselves. This is so petty for someone that considers themselves above the rest of us. Bill has become a tragic figure here in the county. He is pretty much universally disliked here in Center District after he pretended to be on our side, and then double crossed us. In reality he just wanted to rub shoulders with the big shots. To be honest, my neighbors that aren’t cursing him are laughing at him. If he thinks the people in Charleston respect him, he is dreaming. He is nothing but a pawn for them, and I’m sure they are laughing at him too. He just keeps on spending thousands of our tax dollars for travel expenses to run back and forth to Charleston. He will be remembered here for years to come. Not for the good he did, but for the harm he did to the children of the county. Resign Bill. You’re looking like the petty, old fool.

By Burnt Weiney  on  03.13.2015

The videos are giving citizens a good lesson on how the State operates.

When your local board changes something to give Mr. Devono more authority he never protests, but when something comes up he does not like he bellows about policy.

Did he not say on the video that the policy is that a delegation speaker was restricted to three minutes?

The delegation from the Masons was allowed six minutes and Mr. Devono did not protest.

What we get from watching videos is that the State uses policy selectively to play by double standards.

That message is getting out loud and clear to West Virginians everywhere.

By Mit Benson  on  03.14.2015

So delegation finally moved to beginning of meeting.  Good.
What is with Devano approving a field trip after the January meeting before the February meeting?
It was settled at the January meeting he would only approve field trips on an emergency basis.  Watch the video. So prior to the February meeting, he approves a MAY field trip???
See how these Manchin Capitol Chums run over our board!!!
Nothing “emergency” about that.
Gilmer County you just sit and take it?

By Reed & B.Weiney got it right  on  03.16.2015

There is no Gilmer County Board of Education as long as the WV BOE keeps them under intervention.  The fact that this board President supports forced consolidation, state control of schools, suppression of information from fellow members as well as the public and shows no care for the plight of the children it all effects makes it more evident every day that Burnt W is right.

By Just Plain Folk  on  03.17.2015

Normantowners hear that the high school got 200 new computers and they were approved by the Board after Mr. Devono had already put bids out for them so it was his done deal for rubber stamping.

We are not against the high school’s teachers who wanted the computers, but what about teachers in the other schools? Our teachers were not asked to send in their wish lists and we assume that the same is true for the other schools.

When there is surplus money to be spent on children all teachers should be given a chance to give ideas so the best one to select to do the most overall good would rise to the top.

What happened with the computers is another example of how business is done in the County. The power is in the center of Glenville, and people outside there don’t count.

No one is automatically against new computers, but we need a 5th grade teacher at Normantown and the State won’t do anything about that.

The computer decision is one more example of—-if you are not from Glenville proper, you are voiceless. Just like the situation for the Cedar Creek school that fell through and the Hays City school taking its place.

It would be interesting to track the money flow for the new computers. We hear that Mr. Ramezan did not get to bid on them so a wired in business must be getting the money.

By Normantown Doesn't Count  on  03.18.2015

Teachers were given IPODS, some students got Kindles which you would think would go to elementaries.  Who knows who got what but did Blankenship buy more than a few laptops? We hear the High School doesn’t have enough for students to take tests and classes at the same time. They shouldn’t suffer because the state is keeping information from the tax payers.  The State Department of Education and WV Board of Education have a lot to answer for. When will the Legislature hold them accountable?

By No More Excess Levy  on  03.18.2015

Nobody knows for sure what equipment we have, where it is, how much of it works, and how many employees there are in classrooms who do not know how to use what we have.

With that in mind how can anyone rationalize that the highest spending priority is to purchase 200 or more computers for the high school?

What happened to Gilmer County’s common sense, people?

Looks like the State’s method is to shovel out money with little thought going into what is the highest priority for doing what is best for all our children.

Our school board has some serious explaining to do.

We can’t expect to hear anything from the State. We never do because it always does as it pleases with total disregard for local people.

By Gilmer School System Employee  on  03.18.2015

Devono’s new computer deal smells. Part of the evidence is that Mr. Ramezan was not permitted to bid.

How does that square with claims that local economic development is on the high burner in Gilmer County?

Was Devono concerned that Mr. Ramezan being a small operation might outbid the State’s buddies with their higher business overheads?

What happened to the West Virginia tradition to always try to take care of your own by at least giving them a fair chance?

The suspicion is that because the Gilmer Free Press is the only news outlet with guts to get facts out to the people about what is happening with intervention, the State punished Mr. Ramezan.

Another thing. Devono claims that when new schools are build they will be equipped with the very latest computers and everything else.

Has anyone thought what will be done with all that existing equipment in the vacated schools? Couldn’t it be transferred to the HS?

I will tell you what will happen. Furniture and everything else will be sold at pennies on the dollar to someone with lots of money who will sell it at a huge profit. That deal has probably been cut already.

By Fairness Left Gilmer County  on  03.19.2015

No we can’t expect to hear anything from the State and neither can our Board of Education.  To understand any needs at all they have to listen to what the Teachers are saying. It’s the best and only reliable source of information the Board has access to. When it comes to money it has to be spent on what it’s budgeted for.  Federal dollars go for specific purposes. Even the State can’t get around that. Blame who you will but the State’s in charge.  Ask Fayette County who is forcing them to spend the money for a special election to run a 66 million dollar bond supporting forced consolidation that will likely fail.Ask what that will do to their budget. Ask MIngo who forced them in the red.  Ask Calhoun how they got there with the state helping them not to get taken over. Ask Logan what state intervention has done for them.

By Reason  on  03.19.2015

Well said and exactly on point. The truth is finally starting to see the light of day. Why wouldn’t A local company have an opportunity to bid????

By Not fair  on  03.19.2015

The computer decision for Mrs. Butcher’s high school has people hopping mad.

Ask employees in the school system what they don’t like about Fridays.

They will say that they know that some kids dropped off on Fridays will be hungry until they get back to school on Mondays.

How will purchasing more computers for the high school help those hungry kids?

The State does not have to report to anyone so it can shovel out money with no regard being shown for spending on what should count the most.

By R. Mosley  on  03.19.2015

Mosley, they should have been hopping mad when Ronald Blankenship had the free lunch program taken out of the High School.Should have been to his office letting him know.

By Nobody Said a Word  on  03.19.2015

Economic development in Gilmer County is code talk for ensuring that the same wealthy people continue to get the bulk of the money.

In a normal place champions of economic development would lodge a protest against the State for a highly qualified local business being denied a chance to bid on the computers.

Fat chance of that happening here.

By Sandy  on  03.19.2015

One of the best developments for the County’s healing with all it has gone through with intervention would be to get a fresh set of administrators at the high school.

Without leveling any criticisms or saying anything negative the ones there could be promoted out or reassigned to other jobs.

There is a season for everything and there is one now for new faces at the high school.

By Time For Change  on  03.21.2015

Mr. Gabriel Devono takes his orders from Mr. Charles Heinlein in Charleston.

Gilmer County is entitled to a full report from Charleston to give us complete details on what the State has accomplished during intervention.

Are we any better off now with finances, and what are all the other before and after details?

When members on Gilmer’s board are asked those questions, we hear that all the information has been kept secret from them.

Another question. What is the State’s schedule for withdrawal? Mr. Devono says that all the County’s deficiencies have been fixed.

Mr. Heinlein, Sir, would you come to Gilmer County to brief the public? If you can’t what about a visit from Dr. Martirano, Mrs. Manchin or another authority.

This request for detailed information does not seem to be an unreasonable request to make to the State.

With intervention completing its 4th year the State has had ample time to assemble the requested information.

By Gilmer County Deserves Respect  on  03.21.2015

This is for Mr. Charles Heinlein, Dr. Martirano, and Mrs. Manchin.

How much reserve money did Gilmer County have at intervention time, how much was spent by the State, and what is the full accounting record for what it was spent on?

It was Gilmer County’s money to begin with so taxpayers have the right to know the facts. What happened was a form of taxation without representation.

How many West Virginians know that when intervention occurs the WVBOE seizes a county’s school system money, it spends it at will without any local oversight, and a complete accounting record is not provided to citizens.

By WVBOE Where Did The Money Go?  on  03.21.2015

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Gilmer County Board of Education Special Meeting - Monday, March 16, 2015

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AGENDA
SPECIAL MEETING
Gilmer County Board of Education
Gilmer County High School
Monday, March 16, 2015 – 5:30 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER - Roll Call by President

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. APPROVE LEVY RATES

IV. RECESS UNTIL APRIL 21, 2015 8:00 AM.

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AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING
Gilmer County Board of Education
Gilmer County High School
Monday, March 16, 2015 – 6:00 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER - Roll Call by President


II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


III. DELEGATIONS


IV. CONSENT AGENDA-NEW BUSINESS

      A. Minutes: February 25, 2015

      B. Budget Supplements & Transfers

      C.  Financial Statement/Treasurer’s Report

      D.  Accounts Payable

      E.  Student Transfers

      F.  School Volunteers

      G.  Field Trips

A list of invoices is available for review in the Central Office.


V. REVIEW & CONSIDER REVISIONS OF DELEGATION POLICY


VI. MASONIC CORNERSTONE - GILMER COUNTY ELEMENTARY


VII. SUPERINTENDENT’S INFORMATION/ACTION

      A. 2015 Spring Break & Calendar

      B.  Request for Purchase-Technology

      C.  LIREC Grant AND Policy 2512


VIII. REPORTS/DISCUSSION/FOLLOW-UP ACTION

      A.  C-GCC - Dr. Carl Armour – February 26, 2015

      B. RESA 7- Dr. William Simmons


IX. ADJOURNMENT

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Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, March 11, 2015
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Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Braxton County Schools    
Calhoun County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO  >> All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Lewis County Schools    
Ritchie County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
 
Barbour County Schools    
Clay County Schools    
Harrison County Schools    
Nicholas County Schools    
Pleasants County Schools    
Roane County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Tyler County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Webster County Schools    
Wetzel County Schools    
Wirt County Schools    
Wood County Schools    

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Phyllis Ruth Cottrell

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Phyllis Ruth Cottrell

Age 74, of Normantown, WV passed away Friday, March 06, 2015 at her home.

She was a daughter of the late James and Zella Murphy Rush.

She is preceded in death, in addition to her parents, by brother, Allen Rush and an infant brother.

She is survived by daughter, Mary Sue Cottrell of Normantown, WV; brothers, Scottie (Margaret) Rush and Shirley (Kathy) Rush both of Crummies Creek, WV; Charles Rush and Earnest Rush both of Mt. Zion, WV; and Paul Rush of Sand Ridge, WV; sisters, Gladys Roupe of Barberton, Ohio; Goldie (Tom) Green of Mogadore, Ohio; Helen (Roscoe) Rogers of Orma, WV; Mine Lou (Ordie) Rogers of Orma, WV; Vine Sue (Clearance) Rush of Arnoldsburg, WV; Opal Gay (Rick) Horsley of Spencer, WV; and Nelsie Juanita Rush of Orma, WV; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg.

Rev. Gene Satterfield will officiate.

Interment will be in the Metz Community Cemetery in Sand Ridge.

Friends and family may call at Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg from 6 to 8 PM on Monday, March 09 and one hour prior to the services.

Area Closings and Delays on Friday, March 06, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Friday, March 06, 2015
Glenville State College Closed. Essential Staff are to report if it is safe to do so.  
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
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 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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Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, March 05, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, March 05, 2015
Glenville State College Closed  
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
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 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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Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, March 04, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
Gilmer County Schools   Closing Early - 11:45 AM
Braxton County Schools   Closing Early - 2:00 PM
Calhoun County Schools All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO>>  All Closed  
Lewis County Schools   Closing Early - 12:30 PM
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO>>  All Closed  
Clay County Schools   Closing Early - 3 Hours
Harrison County Schools   Closing Early - 4 Hours
Nicholas County Schools   Closing Early - 2 Hours
Pleasants County Schools All Closed  
Roane County Schools    
Tyler County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO>>  All Closed  
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay Closing Early - 12:00 PM
Webster County Schools Closing Early - 3 Hours
Wetzel County Schools    
Wirt County Schools    
Wood County Schools    

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Gilmer County Schools: Child Find Letter - 03.02.15 - Deadline

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NES PTO: Amish-Made Baskets, Primitive Decor and Pampered Chef Bingo - 03.28.15

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Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, February 27, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Thursday, February 27, 2015
Local School Alerts    
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Braxton County Schools    
Calhoun County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Lewis County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Ritchie County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
 
Barbour County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO>>  All Closed  
Clay County Schools    
Harrison County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Nicholas County Schools    
Pleasants County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Roane County Schools    
Tyler County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Webster County Schools    
Wetzel County Schools    
Wirt County Schools    
Wood County Schools    

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Gilmer County Schools: Child Find Letter - 03.02.15

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Area Closings and Delays on Tuesday, February 24, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Local School Alerts    
Glenville State College    
Gilmer County Board of Education    
Gilmer County Courthouse    
Gilmer County Health Department    
Gilmer County Senior Center  
 
Gilmer County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO>> All Closed  
Braxton County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Calhoun County Schools 2 Hour Delay  >>TO>> All Closed  
Doddridge County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Lewis County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Ritchie County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
 
Barbour County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Clay County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Harrison County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Nicholas County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Pleasants County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Roane County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Tyler County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Webster County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wetzel County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wirt County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Wood County Schools 2 Hour Delay  

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Gilmer County Schools Newsletter - February 2015

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Area Closings and Delays on Monday, February 23, 2015

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Status of Area Closings and Delays on Monday, February 23, 2015
Local School Alerts    
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   >> TO  All Closed  
Lewis County Schools 2 Hour Delay   >> TO  All Closed  
Ritchie County Schools All Closed  
 
Barbour County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Clay County Schools All Closed  
Harrison County Schools 3 Hour Delay  
Nicholas County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Pleasants County Schools All Closed  
Roane County Schools All Closed  
Tyler County Schools All Closed  
Upshur County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Webster County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wetzel County Schools 2 Hour Delay  
Wirt County Schools All Closed  
Wood County Schools 2 Hour Delay  

 

 

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