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Yearly Archives: 2007
CHARLESTON – An Upshur County man has filed a suit against the Division of Natural Resources and some of its employees, claiming they broke into his garage and stole several animal heads and skins.
Dec. 4 Paul E. Stover v. Charles E. Humphrey, Central Parking System of Kentucky, Inc. and Charleston Area Medical Center, Inc. PA – William D. Stover; J – King * Paul Stover filed a suit against CAMC and Central Parking, … Read More
Dec. 14 Alford Enterprises Inc. vs. John Crompton and Donna Crompton PA-Shawn Romano and Michael Olivio; J-Spaulding * Alford claims the Comptons owe nearly $31,000 for the installation of a pool at their Hurricane residence. Alford also says the defendants … Read More
Dec. 17 Danny Fischer and Brittaney Fischer v. SWVA, Inc., SWVA, Inc. Employee Health Care Plan, The Ohio State University Medical Center Service Board, Medical Reimbursements of America, LLC, et al. * Danny Fischer, an employee of SWVA and resident … Read More
Nov. 19 BB&T Sales Finance Inc. v. Mark Everett Rougex PA-Andrew Frye III; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr. * On June 24, 2005, Rougex entered into a sales contract for a Dodge Jeep with BB&T for the purchase price of $44,192.50 plus … Read More
Nov. 30 Tracy Cook, individually and as next friend of Zachary Weisman vs. Market Center, Inc. PA- Ronald Kasserman; J- Mazzone * On Dec. 3, 2005, Weisman sustained personal injuries, when a brick wall planter went over a wall at … Read More
Sept. 4 PA- Richard Brown; J- Karl Richard Brown vs. Wyetta Fredricks; James Spencer; Cecilia Janiszewski; Lt. Midcap; James Rubenstein; Prime Care Medical of West Virginia, Inc.; Dr. Karl Mueller; Plastic Surgery, Inc.; Individually and in their Official capacities. * … Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher on Thursday ended speculation by announcing that he will not be seeking re-election to a second term on the State’s highest Court.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has appointed a three-judge panel to rule on a petition seeking the removal of four city officials in Nitro. On Dec. 12, Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis appointed judges Dan P. O’Hanlon from Huntington, … Read More
CHARLESTON — Mark Plants, an assistant prosecutor for Kanawha County and former WVU fullback, filed pre-candidacy papers Dec. 18 to seek the Republican nomination for the office of Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney.
CHARLESTON -– Attorney General Darrell McGraw has announced that his office has entered into cooperative agreements with the West Virginia VFW and the West Virginia chapter of the American Legion for the purchase and placement of 42 Internet and video … Read More
CHARLESTON — The business community is maddening. That’s how I felt after reading Hoppy Kercheval’s commentary at the end of last week about the Attorney General’s race next year.
BLUEFIELD – A Mercer County woman has filed a suit against a state college, claiming she was discriminated against and overlooked for several jobs because of her race. Rebecca Martin filed a suit in July against Bluefield State College, seeking … Read More
By ROBIN JEAN DAVIS CHARLESTON — The new millennium has brought significant changes to West Virginia family law, including a shift from court awards of “custody” and “visitation” to a presumption of shared decision-making authority for parents, and a departure … Read More