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Alderson, WV 24910
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Jun 10, 2016

Real Estate Transactions for Sunday, May 22, 2016

Charleston National to Michael O’Hara Diaz for $345,000. Marilyn Birkhimer-Robinson sold 1172 Island View Drive, Harborgate Shores to Ryan P. Balderson for $347,000. Daniel R. and Adriana R. Matheys sold 1199 Ambling Way, Snee Farm to Melanie and Timothy D. Blanc for $405,000. Alexander M. and Brian L. Warren sold 1206 Waterfront Drive, Hidden Lakes to Alexander M. Warren Jr. for $300,000. Inspire Solutions Group LLC sold 1207 Mathis Ferry Road, Parish Place to Oanh H. Dang for $275,000. Karen A. and Vincent M. Trapani sold 1211 Island View Drive, Harborgate Shores to Randall Adam Wilson for $384,000. Pulte Home Corp. sold 1221 Sharpestowne Court, Porchers Preserve at Oakland to Marianna Paredes for $490,000. Christopher P. Anderson sold 1226 Beck Drive, Lieben Park to Ethan R. and Lindsay C. Evans for $331,000. Pulte Home Cor... (Charleston Post Courier )

May 18, 2016


Julie Belumeur who is off to a smashing start in 2016. SHOWING TRUE, owned by Craig Giuliani, was making her 2nd start of the season under Jeff Alderson and she loved moving back out to 1 1/16 miles it seems as she won for the first time since 2013 – yep, 3 years ago. The Belhumeur exactor paid $640.00. No great luck in racing comes without some bad luck, however, Belhumer along with trainer Fuank Huarte recently had horses suspended for 90 days due to positive tests (Acepromazine and ‘Rogaine’ the latter). race 4- QUEENIE’S BOSS was a first time starter from the rail in a big field, a $5,500 yearling purchase and debuting for $12,500 for Julia Carey. Bred in Quebec by Ferme Image Inc., the daughter of Group 1 Japanese horse Utopia had some nice workout times but it was hard to imagine how she took off out of the gate and won big. Gerry Olguin was along for this ride on a 5 to 1 shot. The dam, Queen Razayana, had 3 previous foals, no winners. race 5- Well liked beginner GOOD LOOKING LEO, trained by Mark Frostad, worked hard to win his debut by inches over the tough luck Gibbons Gambler in this $25,000 maiden claiming race. By Leonnatus Anteas, this is a 4yo beginner who was ridden by Sheena Ryan. Bred by Colebrook Farms, the colt is owned by a company of numbers (1200181) race 6 – Refund on DIBS who was held at the start of this $20,00 claiming race and the winner was the big fave TIMBERLINE, a white faced filly well ridden by Sheena Ryan. By Old Forester, the Rachel Halden trainee is a homebred for Chris Harris. race 7 – GREAT START, well named for trainer Nick Nosowenko as he is indeed off to a great strat. This gal was dropping fom 40,000 to 20,00 claiming for her 2nd start since last summer and she won big under a hot Alan Garcia. Michelle Newell owns the 4yo filly by Jump Start. race 8 FRENCH QUARTER was the 2nd winner for Gerry Olguin as that rider took over from a litany of different riders who have been on this Norsemen.John Mattine gelding. The Florida bred tracked the rapid pace of Bear No Joke, took over turning for home and held off Cumming Road in 1:10.62 – a 94 Beyer Figure. race 9 – LORD OF GREATNESS, well named and a 10-year-old entire horse, was claimed away from his long time trainer Robert Tiller and the Entourage Stakes in May 2015 for $20,00. He won for the 3rd time since changing barns when he took a $6,000 claiming race on Friday for his 18th career win. Jesse Campbell rode the old timer for Peter and Willie Armata. It was a tough race for the old guy but he looks great and he is closing in on $600,000 in career earnings. The best news came after the race when it was announced that Robert Tiller had claimed the horse for $6,000. FIRST FRANKEL IS FABULOUS…but what about this photo? Wow! Cunco (city in Chile), the first offspring of the mighty Frankel’s to race, got his sire off to the perfect start when coming from behind to win a six furlong maiden at Newbury this afternoon. Trained by John Gosden, Cunco was settled behind runners by Robert Havlin before quickening well inside the final furlong to get up near the line. The Chesham St... ( (blog))

Feb 2, 2016

Alderson, Edna Pirtle

Edna Pirtle Alderson peacefully died on January 31, 2016, in a local hospital.   The daughter of the late William and Malinda Pirtle, Edna was born in Monteagle, Tn. on Sept. 2, 1920. She moved to Chattanooga, where she worked at, and retired from Davenport Hosiery.  She was married to the late Charles Milton Alderson for over 50 years.  She also lived in Jackson, Tn., for many years where her husband worked for Sinclair Oil. After retirement, Edna served in a volunteer capacity at hospitals in Jackson, Tn. and Chattanooga. Edna was also preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters.   She is survived by two brothers, Raymond Pirtle, Chattanooga, and Gene Pirtle, Fairhope, Al., and several nieces and nephews and their families. Visitation will be from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at the funeral home. Funeral services will follow at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Chattanooga National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made... (The Chattanoogan)

Jan 8, 2016

Residents and Lakeway staff face off over deer management policies

Davis joined other local homeowners at Lakeway City Hall on Nov. 18 to hear a seminar on white-tailed deer management by Jessica Alderson, an urban biologist with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, followed by a period of  public comment. The city’s deer management process is licensed by the TPWD. In the 1900s, Texas deer were overharvested, or euthanized, resulting in low deer counts, Alderson said. Because the species is highly reproductive—giving birth to twins and triplets—and lacks predators, such as coyotes and bobcats, in city environments, the white-tailed deerpopulation in 2015 has proliferated to the point where they are living in urban areas.  Deer naturally graze on forbs, or flowers, and grasses, Alderson said. When residents feed the deer, their nutrition suffers because they no longer hunt the natural foods they need. “The Parks and Wildlife [Department] looks to Lakeway as the poster child for urban wildlife management,” Alderson said. The city had an issue with an overpopulation of deer in the 1990s, she said. However, after implementing a deer management program, Lakeway’s deer issue is under control. “We are never going to remove every single deer in the city,” Alderson said. She said the city’s deer program—professionally trapping deer on-site, removing and euthanizing them, and donating the meat to local charities—is ongoi... (Community Impact Newspaper)

Dec 30, 2015

Neil “Buck” Brown

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his daughter, Margo Susan Barker (2007), brother, Captain Dale Brown and sister, Marilyn Balderson. Buck grew up in Ocean City, Md. and established Neil B. Brown, Tile Contractor in the mid 1950’s. He took great pride in his craft and would often point out the homes, motels and restaurants where his tile work still stands today. In the 1970’s, he opened “Buck’s Place,” a store and restaurant located on the way to Assateague Island, which enabled him to combine his love for the island with his passion for business. He is also greatly remembered for sitting in front of Buck’s with his German Shepherd, Freemont, his best friend and true companion, while enjoying an ice cream cone together. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict and was a member of the American Legion Post 166 in Ocean City. He was a founding member of the Assateague Beach Buggy Association, known today as AMSA, where he was a life member. He was a life member of the Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company, where he held several offices and was instrumental in establishing the Ambulance Squad and Cadet Program in the early 1960’s. Buck’s wishes were for his body to be donated to The Anatomy Board of Maryland for medical education and research. A Memorial Service will be held at the Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company, Station 5 (West Ocean City) on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016 at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be sent to the Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company in his memory at 1501 Philadelphia Ave., Ocean City, Md. (Ocean City Today)