A Surprise Visit From a Friend

Jerry Marks, a son of Waldo and grandson of Otha Marks, gave me this picture. He said the men were Otha’s brothers. I hope someone has another copy of this picture and can name them. Margaret’s sons were: Perry William 1878-1949; Elias ‘Smith’ 1880-1965; Otha Lester 1882-1963; John Hiers 1884-1960; Henry ‘Richard’ 1892-1967; and Clay […]

Gilmer Commission making the leap to digitize courthouse records

By Cassandra Huff, News Editor The Tues., July 5, meeting of the Gilmer County Commission produced progress toward digitizing courthouse records, making changes for Gilmer’s Dog Warden, and tackling a few other matters. 911 Addressing: New Road Name and a Missing Road Sign Mr. Dave Matthews, with Lewis-Gilmer 911 Addressing, appeared before the Commission with […]

That’s inefficiency

Postal Service needs revamping from the top executives on down The United States Postal Service (USPS), which was once perhaps the only dependable benefit of the federal government’s creation, is now fastly becoming the worst bureau of this current age. In fact, from what we editors have seen in the last six months, this large […]

Ron Blankenship becomes schools superintendent on July 1

By David H. Corcoran, Sr., Publisher-Sr. Editor On last Fri., July 1, Ron Blankenship was already hard at work at his desk in the School Board’s Central Office in the Courthouse Annex. “I had meetings all day with the staff, because we’re looking at the vacancies and want to make sure that we find qualified […]

This Week’s Prayer

Heavenly Father, Make safe the trips of our Gilmer County people who are going on vacations this summer; Give “good luck” to new Schools Superintendent Ron Blankenship at the Gilmer BOE; Bless our struggling middle class, especially our seniors, shut-ins and others in need of help; Provide good medical care and speedy recoveries to all […]

Church Activities to Look Forward To

Happy anniversary to our good friends, Charlene & Tom Blake, on Feb. 4. They are the proud parents of five Amy, Melissa, Travis, Mary Beth and Kristen and the proud grandparents of two Hayden & Piper. May you both be blessed with many more happy and healthy years together. Belated anniversary wishes to Kenny & […]

By the Honorable Brent Boggs, State Delegate (34th District)

As of Fri., Jan. 27th, 2012, a total of 1,475 bills have been introduced in the West Virginia Legislature; 1,029 in the House of Delegates and 446 in the State Senate. The House has passed 13 bills and the Senate, seven. However, there is one bill which has completed legislative action and has already been […]

YOU, vote!

Sec. of State brings her message to Gilmer Thanks to West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, who came to Glenville on Tues., Jan. 24, for stressing “voter awareness” to our young people and citizens. She visited both Gilmer County High School and Glenville State College in order to encourage this area’s students and other […]

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