Jeffery A. Davis, Attorney At
Family Law, Criminal Defense, Property,
Oil & Gas and Estate Law
PO Box 145, Wallback, WV 25285
Wallback Office 304-587-2209
Glenville Office 304-462-8600
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Oct 31 a With snow showers expected
tonight , happy last day of the month.
Oct 31 a Today, Middle Creek Church
in Bickmore is hosting a free clothing giveaway from 9 to 5pm
Oct 31 a Tonight the Panthers
play their last home game of the season. It's also Senior night.
Oct 31 a The Big Otter Fire Dept is
raffling off a Yamaha 12kw portable generator with electric start. Pulls
are $10 each with no more than 300 tickets being sold. The drawing
will be held tonight.
Oct 31 a Interested? See Connie
or George Workman for tickets.
Oct 31 a By noon yesterday, there had
been more early voters this season than during the entire early voting
time in the Primary election. How about you? Why not today before the snow
Oct 31 aThis early voting stuff really
messes with local politicos
Oct 31a Not so long ago, the little
backroom groups would gather and prepare their slate of candidates. That
would be done the week before the election and then passed around.
Oct 31 a Now adays when a full 1/3
of voting is done before election day, our local hacks are having a harder
time finding under the thumb voters to vote the slate.
Oct 31 a If you watch TV, the
talking heads are making the Nov 4th election sound like a done deal. Whenever
a poll shows candidates within 4% and the margin of error is a like amount,
the norm is to call that race "too close to call"
Oct 31 a Not so this year. Those close
races are now given to the Republicrat candidate.
Oct 31 a So much for having a liberal
media and in with corporate controlled TV
Oct 31 a
Oct. 30 a After years of pee poor Frontier
DSL service, in 2012, the ace cub reporter switched over to Exede satellite
service which worked pretty darn good about 95% of the time
Oct. 30 a With promises of new
and improved service and speed, AW switched back to Frontier four weeks
ago. Speed is much better on the new system in Maysel but yesterday and
early this morning, Frontier was off as much as it was on.
Oct. 30 a Now back on for the last
Oct. 30 a Trick or Treat is tonight
thru out Clayberry, 6 to 8pm. With all the little curtain climbers high
on corn syrup, hands down, it's the scariest night for drivers.
Oct. 30 a Be careful out there tonight
Oct 30 a Maybe it's the rumors of ice
cold weather and or snow coming our way, but early voting voters were backed
up yesterday in the County Clerk's office. Don't take a chance on being
sick or otherwise not being able to vote next Tuesday. Vote early, vote
Oct. 30 a Clay Middle School has had
another outstanding year on the football field. Saturday afternoon at 1pm,
the Mustangs take on Summersville in the Conference Championship.
Oct. 30 a WYAP and WTUB plan to sportscast
the high octane game. If you would like to help make that happen, email
the station (firstname.lastname@example.org) today.
Oct. 30 a The CHS Panthers will
play their last home game of the season Friday night. It's also Senior
Night for the Panthers
Oct. 30 a The deep freeze is
about to get underway. Weathercasters are predicting rain changing to snow
Friday night with crappy weather continuing thru Saturday
Oct. 30 a The Weather Channel is predicting
a major cold snap for the entire East coast.
Oct. 30 a Hope you've got your firewood
cut and stacked. The Brrrrrrr is coming
Oct. 29 a Need work? See JOBS page
Oct. 29 a The bestest yet Communicator
hit the news stands Tuesday afternoon.
Oct. 29 a The lead story provides
an in-depth look of a recent pepper spraying, chase, knee in the back,
choke hold, citizen's pointing weapons, and jailing. All that over a garbage
Oct. 29 a All that and a bunch
more in The Communicator. Still, just 80 cents and worth every penny
Oct. 29 a Last week an older feller
sitting at the Courthouse was telling the ace cub reporter, everything
in that paper is rubbish, none of it is true, and papers like that are
bad for the future of Clayberry
Oct. 29 a The guy was / is full of
the brown stuff and has never even attended a public meeting to find out
for himself how bad our local leadership really is.
Oct. 29 a Yesterday , temps reached
into the 80s with bright sunshine. This morning it's chilly and drizzling.
Friday night, snow is in the forecast.
Oct. 29 a For 20 years Jeff Boggs and
Mike King have served as even handed Magistrates in County Clay.
Oct. 29 a Since Spring, Mr King has
had medical issues forcing him to be on sick leave. A replacement Magistrate
has been on the job for 7 months
Oct. 29 a Quietly, a week ago,
Mike turned in his resignation. His last official day in office will
be this Friday.
Oct. 29 a It's up to Chief Circuit
Court Judge Jack Alsop to appoint a replacement. Since not even the resignation
is public, we don't have a clue when the new person will be appointed.
Whomever it is, they will serve out the balance of King's term, 2 years
Oct. 29 a Word on the resignation,
retirement seeped out yesterday.
Oct. 29 a We hate to see clear thinking
Judgemanship leaving office but time marches on
Oct. 29 a Best of retirement and get
well wishes extended to Mitchell "Mike" King
Oct. 29 a Magistrates hire their own
Asst Magistrates to handle secretarial and record keeping duties
Oct. 29 a Lisa Slack serves King.
Oct. 29 a Friday night at midnight,
with very short notice, Lisa will lose her job, benefits, and future
Oct. 29 a We understand plans are in
place to keep her around during the transition but it's a short term solution
for Lisa Slack
Oct. 29 a Behind the scenes, politicos
have been working the phones to secure a new Magistrate of their liking.
Oct. 29 a Coffee drinkers speculate
that the wittle round past Sheriff wants the slot
Oct. 29 a Others have advanced Jeff
Rider's name as one in the hat.
Oct. 29 a Judge Alsop does the deciding.
Oct. 29 a From this side of the
peanut gallery, we're hoping for a replacement free from the bias of years
of service as a police officer nor political insider.
Oct. 27 a This afternoon at 4pm over
at Clay High, all the little curtain climbers are invited over for a Halloween
block party for games, prizes and treats.
Oct. 27 a Talking heads are running
out of ways to blame OBama De Bama for the Ebola outbreak. Those seeking
a political leg up continue to raise the banner of fear. Millions die each
year from cancer and they're stuck on one death in this country and five
Oct. 27 a America's longest war is
done. The colors
came down last night (our time) in Afghanistan.
Oct. 27 a After spending billions
and taking many American lives, who won?
Oct. 27 a In the last seven days, stacks
of colorful corporate controlled candidate postcards piled up in mail boxes.
Millions are being spent to insure company owned politicians get into office.
Oct. 27 a Over 300 have already voted
at the Courthouse. If those folks can see thru the $$$ slime, that's the
best way to take back the country
Oct. 27 a Saturday morning, the once
active Buffalo Creek and Gauley railroad group held their first meeting
in 20 months+. With deaths and leadership changes, the group is all but
gone. From the lengthy meeting, records of everything from
meeting minutes to accounting of funds, is in complete disarray.
Oct. 27 a Consensus from the
handful that gathered, priority one, get the records in order right now!
Motions were made to: contact Fed and State govt agencies to make sure
licensing is in order and to contact a local bank to find all the different
accounts and balances
Oct. 27 a Saturday afternoon a ton
of people showed up for the Bill Greathouse benefit concert, dance, and
dinner at Big Otter Community Center. In County Clay, we still take the
time to honor and respect the good ones. Bill was too sick to be in attendance.
Oct. 27 a Also Saturday afternoon,
down at H E White Elem, the place was decorated from end to end for their
annual Halloween party. The importance of keeping community schools was
Oct. 27 a The season's first chilly
weather arrived last week. No hard frost yet but this morning at 6am, temp
was around 34 degrees. Our Fall colors are just about gone. We're ready
to hunker down for long cold winter.
Oct. 27 a While are collecting firewood,
putting plastic over windows, and finishing yard work, we're busy putting
together the next Communicator. front and center in Tuesday's edition will
be the real story on Derrick Glasser's most interesting arrest for a simple
trash citation and details on Mikey Lanham's latest arrest
Oct. 27 a