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Laura Bell (Bright) Carroll

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Laura Bell (Bright) Carroll

Age 80, of 200 Dyers Hill Road, Sutton, WV passed away on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at her residence following a brief illness.

She was born on November 17, 1933 a daughter of the late George Bright and Lovie (Crites) Bright.

She was married to William Ernest Carroll who passed away in October of 1993.

In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by two brothers Charles and Ray Bright and one sister Lexie February.

Mrs. Carroll is survived by two sons William Carroll and Craig Carroll both of Sutton and one daughter Sarah Rader and husband James of Charleston, WV. Also surviving are two grandchildren Derek Carroll and Peyton Rader, and two great-grandchildren Derrio Carroll and Mia Carroll. In addition to her children and grandchildren Mrs. Carroll is survived by two brothers William Bright of Buckhannon, and Eddie Bright of Sutton, and Pearl Levitt and husband Clyde.

Mrs. Carroll was a Christian by faith.

She was a devoted home maker for her husband and three children. Laura enjoyed working outside in the summer and tending to her flowers and garden.

When she was younger she enjoyed taking the family on picnics and swimming. She was a great cook and enjoyed decorating her home. She also enjoyed music and encouraged her children to learn how to play their instruments.

At the request of the family Mrs. Carroll will be cremated.

Stockert-Gibson-Paletti Funeral Home of Flatwoods will be handling the arrangements for Mrs. Laura Bell (Bright) Carroll.

Severe Weather Alert: Flash Flood Watch until 5:00 AM EDT, Saturday, August 10, 2013

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Elizabeth Ann Morgan

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Elizabeth Ann Morgan

Age 56, of 8336 Gem Road, Heaters, WV, passed on July 29, 2013 at her residence following a brief illness.

She was born on October 11, 1956 in Terre Haute, Indiana a daughter of the late Harry Hulett and Thelma (Ruff) Hulett.

She is married to Danny Lee Morgan who survives.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by one son Christopher Anthony Morgan.

Mrs. Morgan is survived by two sons Danny Lee Morgan of Ohio and Robert Benjamin Morgan of Sutton. Also surviving is one granddaughter Ashley Morgan and one half-sister Norma Prince of Florida.

Mrs. Morgan was Methodist by faith.

She enjoyed spending time with her children and tending to the house hold. Mrs. Morgan enjoyed spending time with her husband. They were never apart. She also enjoyed cooking for her family and enjoyed country music.

Friends called at the Stockert-Sizemore Funeral Home 225 Main Street, Flatwoods, WV on Friday, August 02, from 11:30-1:00 PM.

Funeral service followed calling hours at 1:00PM from the Stockert-Sizemore Funeral Chapel.

Interment followed the services in the Shaver Cemetery in Exchange.

Stockert-Sizemore Funeral is in charge of the arrangements for Elizabeth Ann Morgan.

Braxton and Clay Residents Earn Entrepreneurship Certificate from GSC

Glenville State College recently awarded Entrepreneurship Essentials certificates to four students from Braxton and Clay Counties.

Julie Cantrell-Greenlee of Duck, Ashley Gauldin of Sutton, and Dawn and Jeremy Cottrell who currently reside in Maysel all completed five classes in business, economics, and management and earned the certificate.

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(L-R) Dawn Cottrell, her husband Jeremy Cottrell, and Julie Cantrell-Greenlee with
their Entrepreneurship Essentials certificates from GSC. Not pictured: Ashley Gauldin.

The students have been attending evening classes at Braxton County High School in the Braxton County Center classrooms.

“My husband and I have eight children. We both work during the day and are taking these GSC courses in the evenings to make a better future for them. We completed the classes for this certificate in two semesters and are getting closer to a college degree with every one we take,“ said Dawn Cottrell.

“It is truly rewarding to coordinate these classes for residents of Braxton County and the surrounding areas. This is a great program that combines GSC scholarships and local courses for the people that they were meant to serve!“ said Assistant Coordinator of Off-Campus Programming Kathy Gilbert.

If you are interested in enrolling in any of GSC’s off-campus courses, contact or call 304.462.6124.

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Homer V. Cobb

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Homer V. Cobb

Age 86, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, formerly of Weston, West Virginia, passed away August 04, 2013.

He was born at Falls Mill, West Virginia.

He was the son of the late C. A. “Coach” Cobb and Janet Hamilton Cobb.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Patricia Casey Cobb and brothers, Jim and Marvin Cobb.

He is survived by son, John Cobb of Tulsa, OK, daughter, Mary Dilldine and husband Will Dilldine, and granddaughter, Alexis Lewis, Claremore, OK.

Mr. Cobb was retired from Dowell Schlumbarger Engineering Department with 25 years of service and continued as a consultant for several years after his retirement. He was a veteran of WWII serving with the Army Air Corps in Tunis and Casablanca near North Africa.

Family and friends will be received at the Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home 730 N. Main Avenue Weston on Thursday, August 08, 2013 from 6-8 PM.

Funeral services will be held on Friday at 11:00 AM from the Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home chapel with Reverend Jonathan Nettles officiating.

Interment will be in the Falls Mill Cemetery in Falls Mill, West Virginia.

Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is honored to serve the family of Homer V. Cobb.

James Emory Wine/Singleton Reunion - 08.17.13

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James Emory Wine/Singleton Reunion

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Burnsville Community Building

Come Early – Stay Late – Lunch 12:00 Noon

Let’s share good company and good food

If you wish, bring something for the auction

Legislative Update – by – Delegate Brent Boggs - House Majority Leader - 08.05.13


I hope everyone had a great weekend.  My thanks to Justin for some surprise assistance last week.  He was in Braxton County on business overnight and stopped by one evening while I was working late on the railroad.  Thanks to his finishing the mowing I had set aside for last Saturday, we were instead able to spend the day with Justin, Jen and the grand kids on Elk River and Sutton Lake; fishing, picnicking and swimming.  We enjoyed a wonderful day with family that I very much appreciate.

I know there is quite of bit of concern over the newly implemented traffic plan at the Rt. 5 and Rt. 33 intersection at Hayes City in Glenville.  Several months ago, I had contacted the DOH Commissioner’s office regarding concerns for the area after the yield signs were installed that seemed to create a hazardous situation.  Likewise, the 3-way stop they implemented August 01 seems cumbersome, confusing and certainly not one that keeps the traffic flow on the move.  I believe there is a better solution; one that is a more productive and efficient configuration for this busy intersection.

I will continue to urge DOH traffic engineers to work with the community for a better approach.  Likewise, I encourage everyone with concerns on this to contact the WV Department of Transportation – Traffic Engineering Division at 304.558.3063 to provide your input and suggestions.

Speaking of roads - over the past year or so, I’ve noticed stickers on the fuel pump at several gas stations, providing a breakdown of the amount of tax on each gallon of fuel.  The fuel tax truly is a big bite out of the purchase price of each gallon of fuel.  In a recent conversation with my friend, Jan Vineyard, Executive Director OMEGA, I explained that it would be helpful and informative to add an additional informational sticker that elaborated on our state road system and how the fuel tax is spent.  While the information would not fit on a small sticker, there is quite a bit of additional information that would be supplement the pump data:

•  Every state surrounding West Virginia has a lower percentage of state maintained roads than West Virginia.  Most states have local, county or township roads that are supported by local taxes in those states.

•  The WV DOH has statutory authority for the construction, improvement, and maintenance of nearly all public highway miles - approximately 36,000 miles or 93% of the roads in the state - which is among one of the highest percentages in the nation.

•  The WV DOH is responsible for the sixth-largest state maintained highway network in the nation.

I hate taxes as much as anyone else.  And, I drive thousands of miles to work annually, paid for out of our family budget.  However, everyone wants and needs good roads and bridges. It is a fact is that inflation is consuming available funds for material costs.  Oil based materials have more gone through the roof.  Also, more fuel efficient cars and trucks equate to fewer gallons purchased, which in turn, means less motor fuel tax dollars available for road construction, maintenance, repaving, bridge replacement and repairs.  Additionally, bad roads are dangerous and costly in terms of vehicle maintenance.

The Governor’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Highways continues to explore the issue.  Meanwhile, it would be worth the time to go to the website for West Virginians for Better Transportation at:  The website has a wealth of information regarding our roads, bridges and where our fuel tax dollars are spent.

Finally, I want to thank those citizens that attended the second of our local meetings regarding healthy activities, family fitness and recreational facility needs for Braxton County.  We experienced another great turnout of concerned citizen and community leaders with great ideas, innovative programs and looking for a brighter, healthier future for everyone.

I wish to thank Mary Chapman, Director of the Braxton County Senior Citizens Center for hosting the meeting.  Our next meeting will be held in late August at the Flatwoods Community Building.  Since this is a county-wide initiative, it’s important to move the meetings around the county.  I will provide additional information in the next few weeks regarding the August meeting and additional information on how you can become involved.

Please send your inquiries to the Capitol Office at:  Building 1, Room 224-M, Charleston, WV 25305.  Or, call the Capitol office at 304.340.3220; Assistant to the Majority Leader, Jennifer McPherson at 304.340.3942 or fax to 304.340.3213.  If you have an interest in any particular bill or issue, please let me know.  For those with Internet access, my e-mail address is: “” .

You may also obtain additional legislative information, including the copies of bills, conference reports, daily summaries, interim highlights, and leave me a message on the Legislature’s web site at  When leaving a message, please remember to include your phone number with your inquiry and any details you can provide. Additional information, including agency links and the state government phone directory, may be found at Also, you may follow me on Facebook at “Brent Boggs”, Twitter at “@DelBrentBoggs” , as well as the WV Legislature’s Facebook page at “West Virginia Legislature” or on Twitter at

Continue to remember our troops - at home and abroad - and keep them and their families in your thoughts and prayers.  Until next week – take care.

Mabel Geneva McMorrow Kuhl

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Mabel Geneva McMorrow Kuhl

Age 94, passed away on the afternoon of November 19, 2012 in Parkwood Assisted Living Center in Idaho Falls, ID.

Old age claimed Mabel at the end of a life that began at the end of World War I and spanned the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, World War II, the Civil Rights Movement and the Internet.

Mabel was born on November 16, 1918 at Mill Creek in Braxton County, near Frametown, West Virginia: the oldest of twelve children born to Roy and Bessie (Stout) McMorrow.

Siblings who survive Mabel are: Audbert McMorrow, Gail McMorrow, Fred McMorrow, Carolyn Gray and Rita Urbin. She was preceded in death by her sisters: Ann Koyro, Flossie Bosley, and Jean Raines and brothers: Ray McMorrow, Vance McMorrow and Paul McMorrow.

Mabel graduated from Gassaway High School in West Virginia and married Frank Dorsey Kuhl on January 20, 1940, who preceded her in death on March 22, 1982.

Frank and Mabel lived in Baltimore, Maryland during World War II where Frank worked in the shipyards as a carpenter building Liberty ships.

They moved to Lewis County in 1945 and Mabel lived in Westfield and later in Jane Lew until 1990 when she moved to live near her son Earl in the Seattle, WA area. Frank and Mabel raised three children who all survive Mabel: Margaret (Kuhl) Craig of Morgantown, WV, Earl Kuhl of Ocean Shores, WA and Roger Kuhl of Idaho Falls, ID. Also surviving are six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Throughout much of Mabel’s life she was an outstanding housewife, gardener, and cook and took tremendous pride in meal preparation and canning and preserving all kinds of fruits and vegetables harvested locally in central West Virginia.

She very much enjoyed autumn drives with Frank in West Virginia to experience the many vivid colors of the hillsides. Her gardening skills included both flowers and vegetables, and her giant dahlias at our home in Westfield were gorgeous every year.

She was active in the McCann’s Run United Methodist and Mt Hebron United Methodist Churches.

She worked many years for the Lewis County Board of Education in Weston, WV where she was an Audio-Visual Librarian for the District.

Mabel will definitely be missed: however all things considered 94 Years is a good long run. Her quality of life had diminished significantly and those of us who were close to her firmly believe that she is in a better place.

Graveside services were held on Friday, July 12, 2013 at 1:30 PM from the Broad Run Church Cemetery in Jane Lew, WV with Reverend Clifford West officiating.

Interment followed services in the family lot of the cemetery.

Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is in honored to serve the family of Mabel Geneva Kuhl.

Braxton County Hopes to Have Buses Ready for Start of School

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Braxton County Schools is hopeful to have its full fleet of buses back on the roads for the start of the school year.

More than 30 school buses were vandalized in June.

The repairs have cost about $100,000.

Two juveniles were arrested for the damage, which included busted windshields and side windows.

They are facing felony charges.

Orval B. Butcher

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Orval B. Butcher

Age 90, of Sutton, WV passed away on August 02, 2013 at his daughter’s residence in Chandler, AZ.

He was born on July 08, 1923 to the late Hazel G. and Bessie Givens Butcher.

Orval was retired from Ford Motor Company with 33 years of service.

He was a protestant.

He served his Country during WW II in the Navy. He was a proud member of the V.F. W.

He was preceded in death by his parents, loving wife Betty L. Hall Butcher,  3 brother’s, a sister and his son-in-law Jack Fabris.

He is survived by his son, Alan B. Butcher and wife Lorie of Valley City, OH; daughter; Belinda Fabris of Chandler, AZ; Brother; Nolan Butcher of Sandusky,OH. grandchildren, Rachel Shively and husband Matt, David Fabris, Shannon Butcher, Blane Butcher, and his great-grandchildren Chloe Shively, and Kaydee Shively.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 PM Saturday August 10, 2013 at Greene-Robertson Funeral Home with Rev. Jimmy Adkins officiating.

Burial will follow at Walnut Grove Cemetery, Strange Creek, WV.

Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.

Greene-Robertson Funeral Home is humbly serving the Butcher family.

Glenville State College Provost’s Honor List for Spring 2013

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Glenville State College has announced the names of GSC students who attained the Provost’s Honor List for the Spring 2013 semester.

To be named to the Provost’s Honor List, a student must have a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average on a minimum of 12 semester hours.

The students making the Provost’s Honor List are listed as follows for our area counties:

Braxton County:

•  Tyler J. Carr

•  Robert C. Cline

•  Jared W.Conley

•  Tyler K. Cottrill

•  Jordan T. Cutlip

•  Maranda D. Frame

•  Ashley B. Gauldin

•  Cheyenna D. Kandal

•  Kathryn M. McCallister

•  Christopher L. Rhodes

•  Connie L. Roberts

•  Ryan C. Singleton

•  Ashley R. Smallwood

•  Casey D. Toler

•  Emmitt R. Wayne

•  Mischell L. Workman

Calhoun County:

•  Chelsey L. Ball

•  Kaitlin Carpenter

•  Samantha B. Fulks

•  Justin G. Morris

•  Randy R. Smith

•  Judith J. Urbanic

•  Loretta N. Whytsell

•  Amara A. Yoak

Clay County:

•  Katrina Adkins

•  Ryan M. Bennett

•  Casey A. Burdette

•  Dawn M. Cottrell

•  Anthony J. Holcomb

•  Kathy A. Holcomb

•  Erica D. Perdue

•  Logan Ramsey

•  Marissa R.Truman

•  Julie A. Walker

•  Timothy L. Whitney

Doddridge County:

•  Landry Marrs

•  Stephanie D. Myer

Gilmer County:

Elisabeth A. Coombs

•  Olivia F. Ferrell

•  David A. Finley

•  Ashley R. Gish

•  Michael A. Haley

•  Shantelle S. Harkleroad

•  Molly P. Hicks

•  Camden L. Kinder

•  Duncan E. Mapes

•  Jacqueline K. Moore

•  Athena V. Morris

•  Jodie L. Parsons

•  William M. Radcliff

•  Joshua A. Ramsey

•  Anthony M. Rock

•  Cody R. Sheldon

•  Elora D. Shock

•  Mistie R. Starcher

•  Seth Stemple

•  Rachael M. Tomblin

•  Tiffany A. Tomey

Harrison County:

•  Tucker A. Abruzzino

•  Samuel A. Booker

•  Brittany D. Edge

Jackson County:

•  Loyle T. Fortney

•  Jonathan D. Rhodes

•  Kaci S. Sullivan

•  Kaitlin L. Thompson

•  Scott A. Ullom

Lewis County:

•  Terry B. Bosley

•  Leslie C. Cutright

•  Aaron J. Hillan, III

•  Sara D. Linger

•  Jillian N. Malone

•  J’Aime L. Shearer

•  Charlotte C. Squires

•  Clara D. Wymer

Nicholas County:

•  Seth L. Aldridge

•  Betsy A. Coulter

•  Chelsea D. Dorsey

•  Ashley M. Dyer

•  Amanda N. Hanks

•  Brandon Hines

•  Julia A. Keener

•  Stacey E. McClung

•  Amanda L.Perry

•  Heather Roop

•  Jason Spinks

•  Julia L. Stull

•  Regina D. Thomas

•  Moriah D. Woods

•  Laura M. Young

•  Kathryn A. Younts

Ritchie County:

•  Jesse M. Alborano

•  Allan J. Crum

•  Shana M. Gribble

•  Joshua T. James

Roane County:

•  Alisha A. Abbott

•  Courtney L. Cutlip

•  Aaron S. Parsons

•  Kayla D. Simons

•  Katherine J. Williams

Upshur County:

•  John E. Allen

•  Sarah J. Lewis

Webster County:

•  Scottie Elliott

•  Katelyn M. Lake

•  Ryan S. Sink

Wirt County:

•  Jeffrey T. Conley

•  Tate M. Linder

•  Samantha N. Moore

Wood County:

•  Erin E. Bush

•  Anthony M. Jones

•  Katelyn R. Porter

•  Melissa D. Pursley

•  Kayla D. Roberts

•  Meghan D. Ruddlesden

•  Shelby M. Scott

•  Jade E. Spencer

•  Kaitlyn L. Yerby, Ryan Zide

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Glenville State College President’s Honor List for Spring 2013

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Glenville State College has announced the names of GSC students who attained the President’s Honor List for the Spring 2013 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 for our area counties:

Barbour County:

•  John D. Cockerham, Jr.

Braxton County:

•  Candace M. Butler

•  Kathy J. Childers

•  Janis R. Collins

•  Cami D. Roberts

•  Megan L. Rollins

•  Annetta L. Snyder

•  Gregory T. Steele

•  Kyle J. Warner

•  Erica L. Whitney

Calhoun County:

•  Maria M. Clothier

•  Sarah B. Lane

Clay County:

•  Courtney E. Cole

•  Jeremy B. Cottrell

•  Courtney S. Holcomb-Bennett

Gilmer County:

•  Ezekiel G. Bonnett

•  Mary C. Butcher

•  Heather Coleman

•  Aaron Frymier

•  Debra K. Huffman

•  Tiffany M. Hulse

•  Andrea B. Minigh

•  Corri C. Phillips

•  Casey D. Pritt

•  Garrett J. Rinehart

•  Valeri Sprouse

•  Timothy A. Swiger

•  Ashley D. Woodford

•  Robert L. Woods

Jackson County:

•  Andrew L. Bourgeois

•  Carly Caldon

•  Robert B. DeWees

•  Ronald Mullins

Lewis County:

•  John S. Edsall

•  Donald E. Grant

•  Hunter E. McWhorter

•  Joseph T. Perry,

•  Cierra Pinkston

•  Kayla B. Rose

•  Rebekah M. Taylor

•  Adam D. Wilson

Nicholas County:

•  Christopher M. Baber

•  Lindsay B. Browning

•  Miranda L. Hughart

•  Betul Kudurogianis

•  Benjamin J. Neal

Ritchie County:

•  Amanda Abramovich

•  Carol J. Bearce

•  Samantha J. Brookover

•  William N. Sarine, II

•  Kimberly D. Wilson

Roane County:

•  Matthew R. Brohard

Tyler County:

•  McKenzie M. Rose

Upshur County:

•  Michael P. Livesay, II

•  Benjamin T. Stingo

Webster County:

•  Christy L. Brooks

Wood County:

•  Jason K. Cantwell

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Fiscal Year 2014 REAP Litter Control Grants Awarded

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Randy Huffman, cabinet secretary of the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, announced the recipients of the REAP (Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan) Litter Control Matching Grants. There were 26 individual applicants approved for amounts totaling $63,195.

The grants were awarded to state solid waste authorities, county commissions and municipalities.

Funding for the litter control program is generated through Legislative Rule §22-15A-4; “For unlawful disposal of litter, the circuit clerk shall deposit 50% of all civil penalties into the Litter Control Fund.”

•  Berkeley County Solid Waste Authority $1,000
The funding will be used for webpage advertising for the ongoing anti-litter campaign.

•  Town of Burnsville, $3,000.
The funding will be used for dumpsters and landfill fees for a town cleanup.

•  Clay County Commission, $3,000
The funding will be used for litter receptacles for the town of Clay.

•  City of Elkins, $3,000
The funding will be used for dumping fees for a town cleanup.

•  Town of Fayetteville, $1,150
The funding will be used for litter receptacles for the city park.

•  Gilmer County Commission, $3,000
The funding will be used for Litter Control Supervisor wages.

•  City of Grafton, $3,000
The funding will be used for landfill fees and labor for the city’s cleanup program.

•  Town of Grant Town, $3,000
The funding will be used for dumpsters and disposal fees for a town cleanup.

•  Greenbrier County Solid Waste Authority, $1,000
The funding will be used for an anti-litter campaign advertising.

•  City of Hurricane, $3,000
The funding will be used for structure razing within the city.

•  Kanawha County Commission, $3,000
The funding will be used for overtime for off-duty deputies to issue litter citations and work cleanup events.

•  City of Kenova, $3,000
The funding will be used for structure razing within the city, educational materials, trash bags and trash receptacles.

•  City of Martinsburg, $2,500
The funding will be used for a spring cleanup campaign.

•  McDowell County Solid Waste Authority, $3,000
The funding will be used for a vehicle for the Litter Control Officer.

•  City of McMechen, $3,000
The funding will be used for structure razing within the city and litter receptacles.

•  Monongalia County Solid Waste Authority, $3,000
The funding will be used for a roadside litter cleanup and program labor wages.

•  Monroe County Solid Waste Authority, $1,712
The funding will be used for fuel for the county-wide cleanup.

•  City of New Cumberland, $1,500
The funding will be used for litter receptacles for the city.

•  City of Nitro, $2,000
The funding will be used for litter receptacles for the city.

•  Putnam County Solid Waste Authority, $3,000
The funding will be used for structure razing within the county.

•  Raleigh County Solid Waste Authority, $2,666
The funding will be used for Litter Control Officer wages, a self-recovery winch and truck tool box for the ongoing litter cleanup program.

Town of Sutton, $2,000
The funding will be used for a town cleanup.

•  Wayne County Commission, $3,000
The funding will be used for Litter Control Officer wages.

•  Webster County Commission, $3,000
The funding will be used for Litter Control Officer wages.

•  Weston Planning Commission, $2,000
The funding will be used for litter receptacles for the city.

•  Wood County Solid Waste Authority, $666
The funding will be used for work gloves, safety vests, dust respirators and a solar battery charger for the ongoing county-wide cleanup program.

County-By-County Unemployment Rates Tell the Story – June 2013


West Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined one-tenth of a percentage point to 6.1% in June 2013.

Unemployment rates climbed in 54 of the 55 counties.

Only Pocahontas County reported a declining unemployment rate.

Counties with unemployment rates above 10% included Mingo (10.5%), Mason (10.5%), and Webster (11.2%).

Counties reporting an unemployment rate below 5% included Monroe (4.9%), Pendleton (4.7%), Jefferson (4.2%), and Monongalia (4.2%).

West Virginia’s not seasonally adjusted unemployment rate climbed four-tenths of a percentage point to 6.3% in June.

County Total Unemployed   Unemployment Rate
JUN-13 MAY-13 JUN-12 JUN-13 MAY-13 JUN-12
Braxton 450 420 510 7.9% 7.4% 8.8%
Calhoun 230 220 280 8.2% 7.9% 9.9%
Doddridge 190 160 220 5.9% 5.0% 6.9%
Gilmer 180 170 250 5.6% 5.1% 7.3%
Lewis 430 390 530 5.1% 4.7% 6.2%
Ritchie 250 230 340 5.7% 5.2% 7.3%
WV 51,200 47,100 62,700 6.3% 5.9% 7.6%


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County Total Non-farm on Payroll   Goods Producing Employees   Service Providing Employees
JUN-13 MAY-13 JUN-12 JUN-13 MAY-13 JUN-12 JUN-13 MAY-13 JUN-12
Braxton 4,240 4,210 4,310 550 540 530 3,690 3,670 3,780
Calhoun 1,620 1,620 1,610 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Doddridge 1,510 1,520 1,420 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Gilmer 2,520 2,600 2,560 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Lewis 7,730 7,580 7,760 2,050 2,020 2,020 5,680 5,560 5,750
Ritchie 3,530 3,590 3,620 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

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