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8 - Hinton News Tues. Nov. 28, 2017 LEGAL NOTICE List of tax liens sold in the County of SUMMERS on the or certified to the Auditor of the State of West Virginia Ticket; Taxpayer(s); Legal Description; Sold to; Amount 16th day of November, 2017 for the nonpayment of taxes for the year 2016, and purchased by individuals 01.Forset Hill 473 Harper Gloria 40 Poles Spruce Run Near Marie, State of West Virginia $167.44 507 Hicks Linch V 0.16 Acres Indian Creek State of West Virginia $93.94 694 McDonie Kerhie 5.00 Acres Cedar Branch Tract 6 Gary Acord $171.23 855 Richmond Harry V & Carolyn 110 A. Bredshaw Run Peggy Cisce $3,400.00 938 Smith James & Brenda Sec. G, Let 15, Cherokee Strip State of West Virginia $619.28 1182 Walker Daniel L St. .41 Acres M/L State of West Virginia $131.56 02- Greenbrier 1966 Maddy Jesse Lestr & Ada Ann Pt. Let 13 & 5 Ft. of 12 Glenn Lowe $131.73 2027 McNeely Josh 36 Poles New River Hills (Sold to State 1938) Peggy Cisce $99.53 2554 Wood Douglas McClure 3 Islands Near Mouth of Wolf Creek Peggy Cisco $334.95 03- Green Sulphur 2669 Bailey Terry L. & Deborah S W/S Lot 13 Fox Div. , Glenn Lowe $278.20 3221 Delandro Randy & Sharon W/S 27.687 Acres New River Hills Jack Harvey $900.00 3381 Garten Nicholas C 0.786 Acres State of West Virginia $260.82 3553 Harlees Kevin & Etals 66.92 Acre By Survey Lick Creek Jack Harvey $3,100.00 3932 Meadows Billy Joe .16 ACS Meadow Bridge State of West Virginia $104.66 4428 Shores Norma Lee 2/3 77.64 AC Survey A/143B & 145 Gill Solena 1/3 "Life" New River Hills "Surf' K A K Properties LLC $2,800.00 4440 Silvertop LLC & Alan Johnson 400 Acres M/L Stuart Oxley $32,000.00 4554 Thompson Annette W/S 24.12 Acres "Resurvef' Laurel Creek Richard Beasley $3,400.00 04. Hinton Corp 5008 Adkins Harold J & Betty J Corner of Main St. & Rseervoir part of Lot 18 State of West Virginia . $435.11 5333 Campsite LLC 1 Lot #1 Bellepolnto State of West Virginia $470.33 5433 Clagg Brent D P/O Let 9 Park Ave. State of West Virginia $533.33 5492 Corry Timothy & Tina Magee-corry W/S Part Lot 124 or 1740 Sq. Ft on Hill State of West Virginia $238.35 5570 Dergo Dennis C Lot 35x100 9th Ave & Ballengse State of West Virginia $151.63 Revseable Living Trust 5837 Green Marcia F 1 Lot Cross Street State of West Virginia $393.21 8274 McGnire Carmen Jr. & Jeseica W/ BLK 7 P/O Lot 5 (1016 Temple) State of West Virginia $409.56 6408 Monti Andrew Block 7 Lot 11 Ballsngee Street State of West Virginia $579.40 7018 Ward Goldie F ' Lot 47 Quesenberry Addition 40x110 State of West Virginia $584.07 7019 Ward Goldie F Lot 48 Quesenberry Farm Stuart Oxley $248.40 7020 Ward Goldie F Lot 49 Quess Farm Stuart Oxley $757.80 7023 Ward Jonathan M & Goldie W/S PT Lot 32 Middle Hinton State of West Virginia $500.58 05-Jumping Branch 7837 Cox Josiah Fred Clinton 1 Lot 110x37 Bear Wallow Mountain State of West Virginia $84.50 8131 Frazier Robert & Lilly Aroma 3 Acres Madams Creek Gregory Lilly $141.94 9307 Radford Thelma L (I/2 Int) & Buford Willey Meador (1/2 Int) 59 Acres Mountain Creel: Joseph M Carter Ill. $3,100 9308 Radford Thelma L (1/2 Int) & Buford Willey Meader (I/2 Int) A Mountain Creel: Blink Properties LLC $800 9328 Real Estate Biz LLC 1 Lot 12x20, Beech Run State of West Virginia $96.31 10048 Young Barbara Etols 2 Acres Beech Run "Surf' Gary Acord $179.25 10067 Young Robert 302 Acres and 145 Poles Glade Creek K A K Properties LLC $5,200 04.Pipsetem 10295 Chaffins Darrell W & Joyce K 3.05 Acres Tallery Mountain Glenn Lowe $900 10399 Duncan James Alva & Marcia G BLK 5 Lot 100 1739 Sq. Ft. Glenn Lowe $284.22 10509 Garcia Brenda Lot 0 Lilly S/D H.T. Pipsetem WatersState of West Virginia $236.71 10512 Garcia Joseph Rudolph & Brenda L "Surf' W/S Lot 8 N. L. Lilly S/D Peggy Cisco $838.35 11193 Richmond Clifford "EST" 100 Acres Bluestone Hills Reba or Dana Crawford $2,200 11194 Richmond Clifford "EST~ 100 Acres Bluestone Hills Reba or Dana Crawford $5,800 11383 Trzicak Bcendon B & Linda ,J W/S 80 Poles Pipes~em Waters State of West Virgims $696.10 11561 Wiley Charles M & Caolyn B W/S 1 Acre Pipsetem Waters Daughters House Peggy Cisce $3.000 11594 Wood Minerva 43 Acres New River Hills Golden Egg Corp. $3.600 11595 Wood Minerva 61.75 AC(Resurvey) Hungarts CK Combined Map 8/38 Golden Egg LLC $2.300 07.Talcott 12129 Bruno Henry & Allen W/S '/~ Acre Howards Branch K A K Proproperties $3.300 12428 Craft Opal Lot 1 6.67~- Acres Eagle Branch State of West Virgima $92.81 126~38 Earhart Benjamin & Rebecca W/S 2 Acres Hungarts Creek Richard Beasley $2.200 13506 Leftridge Shirley 2 Acres Hungarts Creek Loretta Stowers $300 13625 Londeree Martha L & Etals 0.689 AC M/L Parcel B Eagle Branch State of West Virgima $333.36 13724 Martin Don & Martha Lot (s) 131 BBB S/D Jerry Brehm $L000 14250 Ramsey Sally & Honaker Jerry Lot 168 Sec 11 West Aldersen Glenn Lowe $400 14251 Ramsey Sally & Honaker Jerry Lot 164-165 Sec 11 West Alderson Glenn Lowe $600 14252 Ramsey Sally & Honaker Jerry Lot 162-163 Sec 11 West Alderson Glenn Lowe $1,100 14253 Ramsey Sally & Honaker Jerry Lot 160-161 Sec 11 West Alderson Glenn Lewe $1,200 14254 Ramsey Sally & Honaker Jerry Lot 157-158 Sec 11 West Aldersen Glenn Lowe $1,700 15005 Veisey Clifford & Diane 1 Lot Greenbrier River Roba or Dana Crawford $1,500 15104 Wheatley Roxana Lot 29 or 10310 Sq. Ft. Karen Dingus $5,500 15168 Wilcox Beni S .60 Acres "Resurvef" Howards Branch State of West Virginia $303.46 15245 Wisemnn James T 0.149 Acree Greenhrier River Blink Properties $2,300 15350 Richmond Christy D 2.025 Acres Clayton "Surf' State of West Virgima $817.34 The owner of any real estate listed above, or any other person entitled to pay Given under my hand this 16th day bf November 2017 Garry S. Wheeler HN Nov. 28, Dec. 5 the taxes thereon, may. however. redeem such real estate as provided by law. Don't be too timid and squeamish *** about your actions. All life is an exper- If instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought iment. The more experiments you into the heart 6f a friend, that would be giving as the angels give. make the better. --2'George MacDonald --Ralph Waldo Emerson Alcohol Impaired Driving Is On The Rise, Here is What We Can Do About Twenty-nine years ago, Larry of changing without outside We need evidence-based Mahoney drove his pickup truckintervention. According to thesupervision and technology. Many down the wrong side of Kentucky's Foundation for Advancing Alcohol states have adopted ignition Interstate 71 hitting a church bus Responsibility, repeat offenders interlock programs for repeat head on and killing 24 children commonlysufferfrommentalhealthoffenders, so they can't drive a car and three adults. The incident disorders, in addition to substance if they've been drinking. Ignition which became known as the use issues. Left untreated, repeat interlock has been found to Carrollton Bus Crash remains the DUI offenders are statistically reduce repeat impaired driving by deadliest drunk driving incident the most dangerous drivers on about two thirds. Unfortunately, in American history. The crash the road and over represented in despite the passage of legislation received national media attention fatal crashes. Research also shows supporting the use of these and resulted in a crackdown on that the earlier the screening and devices, this technology often drunk driving. Between 1982 and assessment occurs, the greater the remains underutilized by local 2014, the number of annual drunk likelihood for success, communities. driving fatalities decreased by 51%. Better screening and assessment Continuous alcohol monitoring Then they started to rise. can identify drivers likely to become (CAM) technology can be a critical A new report from Tile repeat offenders and ensure they tool for ensuring compliance and National Highway Traffic Safety receive more supervision, moresupervision. CAM monitors alcohol Administration shows that in 2016 accountability and evidence-based consumption and can relay data alcohol-impaired driving fatalities treatment, back to law enforcement. Research increased for the second year in a. We need to expand and improve has found the use of CAM to row and are at the highest level DUI Courts. For over two decades, improve enforcement of abstinence since 2009. drug courts have proven that aorders and is more effective than The opioid epidemic has rightly combination of accountability and random testing. received significant attention, but treatment can lead people into Used in conjunction with impaired driving remains one of recovery, reduce crime, and save assessment and appropriate the single most serious threats to resources, treatment interventions that target public safety - one that is entirely Building on the success of ourindividual needs, supervision and preventable. Progress has been nation's drug court movement, technology can play a vital role in made, but the rising number of DUI courts serve repeat and/orgetting DUI offenders the support fatalities shows more must be high blood alcohol content (BAC) they need. done. DUI offenders with substance use We need to take action. Larry Thisyear, theNationalCenterfor disorders. DUI court participants Mahoney was not a first time DWI Courts and the Foundation for are under strict supervision, offender on the fateful night he took Advancing Alcohol Responsibility They have mandated home visits, 27 lives. Several years before the embarked on a nationwide Reform continuous alcohol monitoring,crash he was arrested and charged & Responsibility Tour to explore and frequent appearances in court, with a DUI. solutions to immediately reduce They undergo rigorous individual If we knew then, what we know impaired driving deaths. Here is treatment and participate in group now, would tragedy have been what we have found: therapy. They must pass frequent avoided? We'll never know the We need to screen and assess all and random drug tests. In addition answer to that question. However, Driving Under the Influence (DUI) to all of this, they're required life is too valuable to risk another offenders. More robust screening to hold down a job, perform tragedy like this. and assessment for DUI offenders community service,or advance There is an urgent need now to allows them to be matched to the their education, robustly implement and strengthen appropriate level of supervision Research on this combinationsolutions that will protect public and treatment, of accountability and treatment safety and save resources while Many DUI offenders only need shows that DUI courts are the most putting impaired drivers in one arrest to never re-offend, successful way to reduce impaired treatment and holding them They are capable of changing their driving, decreasing recidivism by accountable. behavior and do so out of fear of as much as 60%, all while saving We've made tremendous being arrested again. For many, taxpayers money: an incredibleprogress on this issue since the a DUI arrest is a huge wake up $3.19 is saved by society, for every 1980s. Now is the time to cohtinue call. But others are not capable $1 invested in a DUI court, our momentum and do more. ili i What You Should Know About Vaccines (NAPS)--Sometimes, what you don't know can hurt you. Consider this: Small- pox vaccines were used as far back as the Revolutionary War. This serious disease, which has killed more people than all the wars combined, has been wiped from the Earth by vaccines. It's a shame that recently the safety of vaccines has been questioned. It's time people focused on the facts. Vaccines have long been one of the safest medical treatments. No credible study has proven otherwise. Just like other medicines, vaccines are approved by the FDA. By and large, the rewards They are Important! For your health's sake, give vaccina- tion a shot. of prevention are worth the small risk of any vaccine's side effects. Another lhct is that vaccines for ma- ture Americans can save lives. When seniors get pneumonia shots, they could lengthen their life expectancy by FOUR years. Flu shots will also protect seniors from a debilitating illness with life-threat- ening collsequences. Vaccinations are generally affordable and they are SAVE. What To Do If you have questions about a vac- cine, talk to your doctors. They can ex- plain the safety of vaccines and their im- portance to your health. "lhere are three easy steps you can take to get protected: 1. Find out which vaccines you need. You can go to the RetireSafe web- site, www.retiresafe.org, and click on the vaccine icon on the left side of the home page. It will take you to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site that will ask you questions about you and your life. It will then give you a list of vaccines you may need. 2. Discuss the vaccines on the list with your doctor or health care professional. 3. Get the recommended vaccinations. "lhat's it...that's all you have to do to be healthier and possibly add years to your life. Council on flging This is a weekly publication of the Summers County Council on Aging Inc., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. Funded in part by the WV Bureau of Senior Services, AppalachianArea Agency on Aging, other grant and local resources and donations. Any older persons is encouraged to participate in the program regardless of race, creed, handicap or national origin. The Summers County Council on Aging is an equal opportunity employer. Friday, Dec. 1: Roast Beef. Orange Glazed Sweet Potatoes. Spinach, Fruit Cocktail, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activity: Birthday Party. Special singing by: Jumping Branch Trio, Dalene Coffman, Maxine Bragg and Debbie Bowiling at 11:00 a.m. Monday, Dec. 4: Chicken Corn Casserole, Creamier Mashed Potatos, Chicken Gravy, Green Beans, Mandrin Oranges Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activity: Bible Study With Rev. Don Hannah at 11:00 a.m. Bingo at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5: Tasty Meatloaf, Tomato Sauce, Scalloped Potatoes/ Parsley, Green Beans, Apple, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activity: Michael Anderson with Summers ARH Senior Care Program Will Speak at 11:00 a.m. Bingo at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, Dee. 6: Seasoned Oven Baked Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Seasoned Vegetable Medley, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activities: Summers County Senior Center Quilters Will Quilt Today at 10:00 a.m. Bingo at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, Bean Soup w/ Ham, Egg Salad Sandwich on Whole Wheat Bread, Fruit Salad w/ Strawberries, Milk. Activities: Blood Pressure Clinic at 10:45 a.m. Seniors Will Draw Names for Christmas Giit Exchange, Bingo at 10:00 a.m. Friday, Dec. 8, Steak and Peppers, Augratin Potatoes, Green Peas, Mixed Fruit, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activities: Gospel Singing at 11:00 a.m., Bingo at 10:15 a.m., Shopping in Beckley. Monday, Dec. 11, Creole Baked Pork Chops, Creamier Mashed Potatoes, Golden Perk Gravy, Mustard Greens, Banana, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activities: Bible Study with Rev. Don Hannah at 11:00 a.m., Bingo at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, Chili w/Meat & Beans, Festive Waldorf Fruit Salad, Peach Yogurt, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activities: Donna Brown Brewster Topic: The! Meaning of Christmas as Told with Trimming of the Christmas Tree at: 11:00 a.m., Board Meeting at 10:00 a.m., Bingo at 10:00 a.m. Menu changes may occur due to availability of food or due to circumstances beyond our control. m nnou nc anc e un ir ona U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Senate Appropriations Committee, Capito (R-W.Va.) and Joe Manchin I have worked to secure funding to (D-W.Va.) today announced a total make sure the hatchery could of $212,963 from the ,U.S. reopen, and I am thrilled it is being Department of Transportation for repaired so West Virginians and the White Sulphur Springs National fishermen everywhere can enjoy all Fish Hatchery. Funding will be used it has to offer." by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service "As a member of the to repair damage done to trails and Appropriations Committee, I have other infrastructure as a result of worked to make sure that West the June 2016 floods. Virginia receives the funding we "The White Sulphur Springs need to properly repair and rebuild National Fish Hatchery has been a after the historic floods last year - part of West Virginia for more than that includes the National Fish 100 years, supplying our nation's Hatchery in White Sulphur rivers with trout," Senator Capito Springs," Senator Manchin said. said. "The National Fish Hatchery kept "Sadly, it experienced significant rivers in West Virginia and our damage as a result of the horrible nation stocked with fish for over 100 floods that impacted our state last years, and I am glad it is receiving summer. Through my role on the the funding they need to continue." California Sweet Potatoes Are Great For More Than Thanksgiving--Enjoy Them Every Day (NAPS)--While for many, it's not the holidays without sweet potatoes, Cali- fornia sweet potatoes can (and should) be enjoyed throughout the year. Thanks to great growing conditions--rich sandy soil, abundant sunshine and warm, dry climate--California sweet potatoes are widely available and ready to add both flavor and superfood nutrition to all your favorite recipes. One medium/4-oz, cooked" Califor- nia sweet potato has only 105 calories and 0g fat or cholesterol, yet this tasty tuber contains more than 80 nutrients including: 2 grams of protein vitamin C (a good source) vitamin A (more than an entire day's \ Treat your family and friends to sa- vory, tasty Sweet Potato Toast Bites. requirement) calcium. ~:.~thoy'~re topped with figs, blue cheese, '-: Perhap~everrbetter Catiforni~s~veet"'f!nl~ed salt~ ~md~'h'mey--making them potatoes are delicious in sweet AND sa- excellent for i~ ~i~la~:k, appetizer or ele'- vory dishes. Toss them into your favor- gant dessert. ire soups, stews and casseroles or feature them on a pizza or in a pasta. You can California Sweet Potato Toast Bites even include mashed sweet potatoes in with Figs, Blue Cheese, Flaked Salt cupcake, waffle or pancake batter, add- and Honey ing flavor, nutrition and a tender texture. Makes 12 Here are some more great ways to en)oy California sweet potatoes in your 12.crosswise slices California sweet year-round repertoire: potato (about -inch thick) For a simple sheet pan supper, toss 2 ounces good-quality blue cheese diced sweet potatoes, halved Brussels (about cup packed) sprouts, and diced red onion with olive 3 dried figs, stemmed and oil, chopped fresh rosemary, salt and quartered pepper and arrange on a sheet pan. Top 12 small rosemary sprigs with seasoned chicken thighs and roast About 1 teaspoon flaked sea salt until cooked through. Serve with a sim- About teaspoon pepper pie salad. About 1 tablespoon honey TD" a sweet potato pizza or tart. Top store-bought pizza dough or puff pastry Cook,the sweet potato slices in your with fontina, roasted California sweet po- toaster oven as you would small slices of tatoes, caramelized onions and a sprinkle bread, using the most well-done setting, of salt. Bake until golden brown and bub- until tender (you might have to do this bly, then top with a handful of arugula, in batches, and each batch might have How about pasta? While cook- to cook two times). Set aside to cool to ing store-bought tortellini according to room temperature. Top each sweet pota- package directions, sautd cubed Califor- to slice with 1 teaspoon of blue cheese, nia sweet potatoes with butter, olive oil 1 fig quarter and a rosemary sprig, and fresh sage leaves. Drain tortellini, arranging them on plates or a platter. reserving some of the cooking water. Sprinkle with the salt and pepper, then Add tortellini to the sweet potatoes and drizzle with the honey and serve. gently toss, add pasta water to loosen and finish with a knob of butter. Serve Note: If you don't have a toaster with fresh grated Parmesan. oven, use three or four lengthwise slices .. For an after-school snack, cut Cali- of sweet potato and cook them in your fornia sweet potatoes into 'A-inch slices, toaster using the most well-done setting pop them in the toaster or microwave (you might have to do this two times). until tender, then brush with melted Then cut each toasted slice into three or butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and four pieces to make 12 smaller toasts. sugar. Or top with avocado and choppedLearn More fresh tomatoes. For other recipe ideas and further For a truly tempting treat, try Cali- information about California sweet po- fornia Sweet Potato Toast Bites. Here, tatoes, visit www.casweetpotatoes.com. e e in e In: