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PAGE B6 Wednesday, April 18, 2018 FARM/LEGALS SPIRIT of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S AI)VOCATE 4': FARMERS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE INC. Winchester, Va. Monday, April 16, 2018 HOGS: Sows: 7 - $28'33.50. Boars: 3 - $3.50-4. LAMBS: 5 Hi Choice & Prime: - $237.50-250. Choice: - $30. SLAUGHTER EWES: 15 - $80- 94. KID GOATS: 20 - 20-40 lhs. - $210. SLAUGHTER CATTLE: Cows: 89- Utility & Comm. - $52- 80; Canner & Cutter - $38-45; Cutter & Bng - $46-61. Bulls: - 1-2 - $81-91.50; I at $62.50. Stock Cows: 119 - $650-1475. FEEDER CATTLE: 702 Steers: Med & Lg #1 - 300-400 lbs. - $150-173; 400=500 lbs.- $150- 180; 500-600 lbs.- $150-163; 600- LIVESTOCK REPORT ,(. NOTICE OF ESTATE SETTLEMENT " I have before me for settle- ~.~ ~3ment the Second Accounting of /~ ,Gregory A. Corhss, Jr. and Mary ~'~ .:E zabeth Noble, Co-Executors ;~of the Estate of Gregory A. Cor- liss, deceased, for the period ended November 30, 2017. '~ :~ Any interested party may ob- ',i: tain a copy thereof from D. Frank 121~ :~Hill, III, 136 E. German Street, ,~ i, *~hepherdstown, West Virginia, and may make a written objec- ~Z' tion thereto, on or before April ~ ~ 130, 2018. ' ' rm ,~' ~ ~ Gtven unde y hand this 9th ; : lay of April, 2018. ,!~ - D. Frank Hill, III ,~ Fiduciary Commissioner i;: County of Jefferson ~'~ 4/11/2t :,ORDER OF PUBLICATION "- :; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF }.i~ JEFFERSON COUNTY, , ~ ~ !~! WEST VIRGINIA '*'" ~'* Case Number: 18-FIG-4 The object of this Petition is to establish guardianship of D.R. By sworn affidavit filed with the Jefferson County Circuit Clerk's Office, the whereabouts of Lisa Ross, mother of D.R. and Darryl Ross, father of D.R are unknown. To Lisa Ross and Darryl Ross, please take notice that a hearing will be held on April 16 ,2018 at 9:30 a.m at the Jefferson County Judicial Cen- ter, 119 N. George St Charles Town, WV, 25414, on the mat- ters contained in the Petition filed in Jefferson County Fam- ily Court Case #18-FIG-4. You have the right to appear and protect your interests in this matter. A copy of said Petition can be obtained from the undersigned clerk at her office. Entered by the clerk of said court 4/3118. Laura E. Storm, Circuit Clerk 119 N. George St. Charles Town, WV 25414 By; N. Nobrega, Deputy Clerk 4/11/2t INVITATION TO BID " The Jefferson County Board of Education will receive bids until 1:00 p.m. on April 18, 2018 for landscaping services at twenty- three (23) locations. Specifica- tions and bid documents may be obtained at the Maintenance Department located at 201 West North Street, Charles Town, WV 25414 (304-725-5711 ). Please submit bids along with proof of liability insurance in the amount of $1,000,000 to Keith Moran, Coordinator of Mainte- nance and Facilities Planning, Maintenance Department, at the location listed previously. The Jefferson County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive any informality in the bidding. Bondy Shay Gibson, Ed.D. Superintendent 4/11/2t INVITATION TO BID The Jefferson County Board of Education invites qualified com- mercial farmers to submit a bid (bid per acre) to lease a parcel of real estate for the purpose of farming. This parcel consists of more than 100 acres and is situ- ated on the west side of West Virginia State Route 115 in the City of Ranson, Ranson Corpo- ration Taxing District, Map 10, Parcel 6, Jefferson County, West Virginia. All bids must be submitted to Ralph Dinges, Assistant Super- intendent of Maintenance, Con- struction and Facilities, Jeffer- son County Board of Education, 110 Mordington Avenue, Charles 700 lbs. - $142-159.50; 700-800 lbs. - $133; 800-900 lbs.- $122-140. Meal & Lg #2 -400-500 lbs.- $130- 160; 500-600 lbs.- $127-145; 600- 700 lbs.- $126-130; 700-800 lbs. - $109-115; 800-900 lbs. - $113. Heifers: Med & Lg #I - 300-400 lbs.- $136-147; 400-500 lbs.- $131- 147; 500-600 lbs.- $125-146; 600- 700 lbs. - $110-117; 700-800 lbs. - $100-114; 800-900 lbs.-$100-116. Meal & Lg #2 - 300-400 lbs.- $127- 147; 400-500 lbs.- $129-140; 500- 600 lbs.- $118-134; 600-700 lbs. - $86-110. Bulls: Med & Lg #1 - 200-300 lbs. - $140-169; 300-400 lbs. - $[50- 169; 400-500 lbs.- $142-157; 500- 600 lbs. - $136-155; 600-700 lbs. - $110-137; 700-800 lbs.- $118-121. Med & Lg #2 - 300-400 lbs.- $143- 155; 400-500 lbs.- $132-141; 500- 600 lbs. - $118-139; 600-700 lbs.- $115-122; 700-800 lbs.- $115-118. Total: 990 Regular sale every Monday at 1 STOCK CATTLE: 307 Head p.m. State graded feeder sale 2nd Steers: M&L #1-300-500 lbs. - Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. $142.50-160; 500-700 lhs. - $125- Fat cattle sale 1st Monday of each 140; 700-900 lbs. - $119-130; M&L month at 3 p.m. #2 - 300-500 lbs. - $110; 500-700 lbs.- $127.50; 700-900 lbs.- $89- FOUR STATES LIVESTOCK 115. Hagerstown, Md. Heifers: M&L #1 - 200-300 lbs. - Wednesday, April 11, 2018 $130-132.50; 300-500 lbs.- $117.50- SLAUGHTER COWS: 74 Head 135; 500-700 lbs. - $120-136; 700- Breakers: H Dressing - $54.50; Avg 900 lbs. - $110; M&L #2 - 300- Dressing - $47-50.50. 500 lbs. - $92.50-121; 500-700 lbs. Boners: H Dressing - $52-59; Avg - $87-122.50; 700-900 lbs. - $90- Dressing - $45-51. 107-50. Lean: Avg Dressing - $51; L Dress- Bulls: M&L #1-'300-500 lbs: - ing - $40-47. $130-160; 500-700 lbs. - $120-150; BULLS: 4 Head 700-800 lbs. - $105; M&L #2 - 300- High Dressing: 2008 lbs.- $118. 500 lbs.- $95-130; 500-700 lbs.- Avg Dressing: 1586 lbs.- $76. $90-117.50-111; 700-900 lbs.- $81- Low Dressing: 1748 lbs. - $70. 94. FED Cattle: 13 Head Stock Bulls: 1 Head Steers: Hol Ch 2-3 - 1238-1342 lbs. Black - $1000. - $100-108. LAMBS: 20 Head GOATS: 34 Head Choice 2-3 - 20-40 lbs. - $290; 40- Kids Selection #1 - 20-70 lbs. - $50- 60 lbs. - $285-300; 60-80 lbs. - 185; Nannies Selection #1 - 80-200 $170-270; 100-120 lbs. - $215. lbs. - $185-205; Billies Selection #1 SHEEP: 2 Head - 100-250 lbs.- $180-345; Selection Ewes Good: 100-200 lbs.- $90. #2 - 100-150 lbs. - $155. PIGS & SHOATS: 124 Head CALVES: 76 Head Sold By the Head - 10-30 lbs. - #1 - 75-120 lbs. - $60-120; #2 - 75- $22; 30-50 lbs. - $36-51; 50-70 lbs. - 120 lbs. - $52.50-87.50; Utility - 65- $65-78; 70-90 lbs. - $75-100. 120 lbs. - $21. Stock Boar: 6 Head - 175-300 lbs. SLAUGHTER HOGS: 48 Head - $24-39. 48-58% Lean - 250-350 lbs. - $31-49. Stock cow sale, First Wednesday Roasters: 150-225 lbs. - $42-82. of month, starting at 8 pan.; Feed- Sows: 10 Head - 300-500 lbs. - $30- er cattle sales, second and fourth 37; 500-700 lbs.- $30-38. Wednesday of month; Dairy cat- Boars: 2 Head - 300-800 lbs. - de Sale, always third Wednesday of $5-5.50. month, starting at 7:45 pan. Town, WV 25414 before 12:00 p.m April 25, 2018. Mr. Dinges may be contacted at 304-728- 9265/304-582-9721 or rdinges@ kl The Jefferson County Board of Education reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids and to waive any informality in the bidding. Bondy Shay Gibson, Ed.D. Superintendent 4/11/2t NOTICE OF TOWED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES In 2001 the Legislature re- enacted Chapter 17, Section 8, Article 24, of the West Virginia Code, to allow due process for a West Virginia motor vehicle dealer, a motor vehicle repair facility or a person or entity hired by a West Virginia enforcement agency to obtain title and sell at private sale or public auction any motor vehicle towed and abandoned on their property, and having a retail Bluebook value of twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) or less. Creamer's Wrecker Service, Charles Town, West Virginia, is by law, required to publish as a Class 1 legal advertisement, the following vehicles in their possession. The notice shall be published within fifteen (15) Call days after possession of ve-038 hicle. The owner has ten (10) days to respond from date of publication. 2006 VW 3VWR- F81K16M800376 the Protective Order prohibiting left the State of West Virginia, the above-named Respondent you are hereby notified of the from having contact with certain Order referenced above, a copy individuals. This Order may af- of the Petition and Order may be fect property and other rights of obtained at the Jefferson County the Respondent. Violating this Circuit Clerk's office. This Pro- Order may subject the Respon- tective Order will remain in effect dent to criminal sanctions. The until 5/16/2018. Respondent is strongly encour- The Respondent may appeal aged to obtain a copy of this Pro- this Protective Order pursuant to tective Order and Petition from W.Va. Code Section 48-27-510, the Circuit Clerk of the county within 10 days of the date the listed above. Order was entered. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RE- Issued this 11th day of April, SPONDENT: 2018 at 10:18 a.m. It appearing by evidence duly Laura E. Storm, Cimuit Clerk taken in this action that you could By: E. Cooper, Deputy Clerk not be found in or that you have 4/18/lt WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Division of Highways NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will bereceived electronically by the West Virginia De- partment of Transportation, Division of Highways through the Bid Express Bidding Service ( and by sealed proposals (only when prequalification is waived) being received at its office in Building 5, Room 843J~00 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, West Virginia until May 15, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time). The bids will be downloaded and/or opened and read publicly thereafter for the construction of the following project(s): State Federal Contract Pro]ect Pro!ect 1702431 U399- HSIP- RPM-18 00 2018 (048) D Descri~lon PAVEMENT MARKINGS 2018 RPM D 1,5, 10 PAVEMENT MARKINGS COUNTY: STATEWIDE 4/18/1 t FIDUClATY NOTICE I have in my hands for Partial Settlement the accounts of: Lau- ra Ritzenthaler, Executrix of the Estate of: Lorraine Lively Rose. June K. Jovanelly Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, WV 4118/2t ORDER OF PUBLICATION FAMILY COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA TO: Rosa Saravla Pauley, 31 Hunting Horn Ln Kear- neysville, WV 25430, DOB 10/25/1969, Respondent; Magistrate Court Case No.: 18-D-56; Family Court Civil Action No.: 18-DV-53 ORDER OF PUBLICATION PROTECTIVE ORDER 1. The object of this suit is to obtain protection from the Re- spondent. 2. The object of this publica- tion by Class I legal advertise- ment is to notify Respondent of Proposals will be received from prequalified and West Virginia li- censed contractors only except that on Federal-Aid Projects a con- tractors' license is not required at time of bid, but will be required before work can begin. Registration is required with the Department of Administration, Division of Pumhasing, in accordance with Chap- ter 5A, Article 3, Section 12 of the West Virginia Code. All contrac- tors submitting bids on project(s) must include one of the following forms properly executed with each proposal: Proposal Guaranty Bond, Cashier's Check, or Certified Check for $500.00 or 5% of to- tal bid, whichever is greater. *These are projects on which any contractor with a Category "W" Prequaliflcation Rating maybe eligible to bid. The West Virginia Department of Transportation, Division of Highways reserves the right to defer, delay or postpone the date for receiving and publicly opening proposals for any project designated in this advertisement, without the necessity of renewing such ad- vertisement. All bidders holding valid bidding proposals will be noti- fied of such deferment, delay or postponement and the date that proposals will be received and publicly opened. The West Virginia Department of Transportation, Division of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will be not be discrimi- nated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex or national origin in consideration for an award. West Virginia Department of Transportation Division of Highways Robert Pennington, Deputy State Highway Engineer - Planning and Programming 4/18/2t INSPIRE THE WORLD PUBLISH YOUR TODAY WITH ) THE MOST RESI: ECTED FULL-SERVICE PLJBL1SHING FIRM Weekly SUDOKU Answer 734981 265 851 726943 692453817 1 29375486 367148529 485269371 918632754 'l.t.rr~ CHANNE~,$ 5PE( B~U'd !lql~'~ ~ {:'I.A '" UNLIHITED CALLING ,{,m .~'~ spedn.m m mM 54381 7692 276594138 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION OF WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC NOTICE .: WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PRQ~EC- TION'S, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE, 601 57TH STREET, CHARLESTON SE, WEST VIRGINIA 25304-2345 TELEPHONE: (304) 926-0440. i: APPLICATION FOR A WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM WATER POLLUTION CON- TROL PERMIT Public Notice No.: L-36-18 Public Notice Date: April 18, 2018 Paper: Spirit of Jefferson The following has applied for a WV NPDES Water Pollution Control Permit for this facility or activity: Appl. No.: WV0105856 Applicant: PNGI CHARLES TOWN GAMING, LLC C/O HOLLYWOOD CASINO AT CHARLES TOWN RACES PO BOX 551 CHARLES TOWN, WV 25414 Location: CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY Latitude: 39:18:37 Longitude: 77:50:28 Receiving Stream: Flowing Springs Run Activity: To operate and maintain an existing wastewater collection system and an existing 0.25 million gallons per day wastewater treatment plant. These facilities are to serve Phase IV - Area V Gaming Area (approximately 7,500 customers and 250 employees), horse wash- ing facilities, the Charles Town Inn with 150 rooms, Facility Hotel with 500 rooms and a 250-seat restaurant, a future 150-room hotel, and the Shenandoah Downs Property Allowance (400-room hotel and two150-seat restaurant) at the Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races facility, and discharge treated wastewater through Outlet No. 001 to Flowing Springs Run, approximately 5.4 miles from its mouth, of Shenandoah River of the Potomac River. An an- tidegradation review was performed. Tier 1 protection is provided for the uses specified in Title 47, Series 2, Section 6. Also, to in- corporate the requirements relative to Title 33, Series 2 of the West Virginia Legislative Rules, for the processing and disposal of sew- age sludge generated by the wastewater treatment plant. Sewage sludge generated and/or processed at the permittee's facility shall be transported offsite by a certified septage hauler. To acquire, construct, install, operate and maintain improvements to the exist- ing wastewater treatment plant to increase the capacity to 0.348 million gallons per day. These facilities are to serve the Phase IV - Area V Gaming Area (approximately 7,500 customers and 250 em- ployees), horse washing facilities, the Charles Town Inn with 150 morns, Facility Hotel with 500 rooms and a 250-seat restaurant, a future 150-room hotel, and the Shenandoah Downs Property Al- lowance (400-room hotel and two (2) 150-seat restaurant) at the Charles Town Races & Slots facility, Phase I - III Gaming Areas (ap- proximately 10,500 customers and 1,200 employees), a 350-seat food court, 200-seat restaurant, 400-seat buffet, and added horse washing facilities at the Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races facility, and discharge treated wastewater through Outlet No. 002 to Flowing Springs Run, approximately 5.4 miles from its mouth, of Shenandoah River of the Potomac River. Tier 2 protection is af- forded for all parameters of concern requiring that protection. The agency has madeadetermination that the proposed activity will not cause significant degradation to the receiving stream. To im- plement the requirements of the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load. Business conducted: Thoroughbred Racetrack and Gaming Facility Implementation: N/A On the basis of review of the application, the "Water Pollution Control Act (Chapter 22, Article 11-8(a))," and the '~Vest Virginia Leg- islative Rules," the State of West Virginia will act on the above appli- cation. Any interested pemon may submit written comments on the draft permit and may request a public hearing by addressing such to the Director of the Division of Water and Waste Management within 30 days of the date of the public notice. Such comments or requests should be addressed to: Director, Division of Water and Waste Management, DEP ATTN: Lori Devereux, Permitting Section 601 57th Street SE Charleston, WV 25304-2345 The public comment period begins ~ and ends M&V 18.2o18. Comments received within this period will be considered prior to acting on the permit application. Correspondence should include the name, address and the telephone number of the writer and a concise statement of the nature of the issues raised. The Director shall hold a public hearing whenever a finding is made, on the basis of requests, that then is a significant degree of public interest on issues relevant to the Draft Permit(s). Interested persons may contact the public in- formation office to obtain further information. The application, draft permit and any required fact sheet may be inspected, by appointment, at the Division of Water and Waste Man- agement Public Information Office, at 601 57th Street SE, Charles- ton, WV 25304-2345, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on business days. Copies of the documents may be obtained from the Division at a nominal cost. 4/18/1 t From Page B3 King Crossword Answers Solution time: 25 mins.