Ryan R. and Stephanie W. Jarvis to Joshua M. and Rachel N. McGill. Lot, Elk District, $140,000.
Barbara S. Miller to C. Nicholas Veazey. Lot, Malden District, $64,900.
Victoria Jane Kitts, Rebecca Lynn Ashley and Patricia Ann Harger to Tommie E. and Rebecca K. Taylor. Lot, Big Sandy District, $70,000.
James F. and Susan J. Harrison to Joanna M. Bartlett. Lot, Union District, $123,000.
Larry Allen Dennison to Joseph L. and Eileen W. Barker. Lot, Charleston South Annex District, $305,000.
Alexander R. Loar to Kenneth W. Hudnall. Lots, Union District, $81,000.
Lynn Nehoda to Summer D. Caldwell. Lot, Union District, $129,900.
Randel L. Keith Jr. and Kelly Bowen to Joel B. and Katie B. Harvey. Lot, Jefferson District, $169,500.
Christopher A. Kidd to David Michael and Kelsey Jo Johnson. Lot, Elk District, $148,000.
Ralph N. Landis and Joyce A. White to Kenneth I. Terry and Jessica R. Brooks. Lot, Nitro, $105,000.
Ferrell S. Mundy to Kevin W. and Heather D. Westfall. Lot, Union District, $286,000.
Patty L. Cox to Charles Weidensall. Lot, Elk District, $139,000.
Kimberly Ann White to Alan N. Nease. Lot, Nitro District, $74,500.
Lindsay E. Gardner to Christopher A. and Janet R. Kidd. Lot, Charleston, $185,000.
Billy R. Milam to Ruth A. Craigo. Lot, Cedar Grove, $130,000.
Kenneth Leonard Casto to Kermit and Janet Kay Cobb. Lot, Union District, $50,000.
The following property transfers of $50,000 or more were recorded in Putnam County between Oct. 10 and 24:
Carolyn Krepps to Steven Hiles. Lot, Winfield District, $132,000.
Tina Browne to Charles and Ashlee Martin. Lot, Eleanor District, $175,000.
Pamela Davenport to Tim and Jodi Allen. Lot, Hurricane District, $269,000.
Teresa Conley to Robert and Doris Hunter. Lot, Scott District, $150,000.
Ivan and Carolyn Jones to Rufus Stollings and Kimberly Durkin. Lot and parcels, Scott District, $285,000.
Barbara Hanna to Gary Stanley. Lot, Hurricane District, $82,000.
Matthew Dunn to Pergunnar and Savela Isaksson. Lot, Teays Valley District, $187,000.
Thomas Tucker to Joseph and Briana Knapp. Lot, Winfield District, $215,000.
Drake Properties LLC to J and G Properties of Scott Depot LLC. Lot, Scott District, $155,000.
Thomas and Christine Mehmet to Nobie and Midge Justice. Lot, Teays Valley District, $278,000.
JP Morgan Chase Bank to Teays Construction LLC. Lot, Hurricane District, $85,000.
Howard and Brenda Barnett to Chad Reed. Acres, Union District, $64,000.
Earl Toney, Beverly Divita, Rebecca Tenney and Shelly Clark Palmer to Roger Doneff. Lot, Curry District, $125,000.
Rebecca Williams and David Osborne to Andrew and Eva Smolder. Lot, Scott District, $200,000.
Virginia Meadows LLC to Traci Conley. Lot, Curry District, $221,700.
Mary Brenner to Lila Menear. Lot, Scott District, $151,000.
Larrie and Rebecca Harper and Brandy Gilliam to Bradley and Brandy Gilliam. Lot, Curry District, $135,000.
Bank of New York Mellon to Gabriel Collins. Acres, Curry District, $95,000.
Steven and Michelle Richards to Judith Renzelli. Lot, Eleanor District, $247,900.
Raynes & Sons Excavation LLC to Hobba Enterprises LLC. Lot, Buffalo District, $67,000.
Dennis and Sandra Davis to Erik and Amy Bower. Lot, Scott District, $367,000.
William Young to Adam Mullins. Lot, Scott District, $90,000.
Jason and Amber Casto to James Grim. Lot, Poca District, $144,100.
Ellesa Jeffries to Christopher Skaggs. Lot, Scott District, $295,000.
Dencil McGrew to Teays Valley Townhomes LLC. Parcels, Scott District, $4,513,465.
James and Michelle Washington to Beth Lloyd and Marlin Boggess. Lot, Poca District, $247,000.
Philip Hereford and Peter and Dianna Johnson to TBS Properties LLC. Lots, Eleanor District, $66,000.
Jacqueline Thomas, Lee Riddle, Janet Brightwell and Jetta Pingley to Herman M Warner and Amanda K Warner LLC. Acres, Scott District, $550,000.
William and Kim Sovine to Design Development Inc. Acres, Scott District, $92,000.
Richard and David Pill, Amanda Steiner and Lonnie Higginbotham to JP Morgan Chase Bank. Lots, Union District, $72,250.
The bankruptcies listed below are limited to those filed by residents or companies in the Gazette's circulation area. Chapter 7 designates the liquidation of nonexempt property; Chapter 11 calls for business reorganization; Chapter 13 establishes a schedule of payments to creditors. The bankruptcies listed below are limited to those filed by residents or companies in the Gazette's circulation area. The following bankruptcies were filed between Oct. 25 and Nov. 1:
Jeffery Walter Hackenberg, Mount Hope, Chapter 7. Assets: $24,390, Liabilities: $31,400.
Gregory Franklin and Lisa Gayle Rich, Marlinton, Chapter 7. Assets: $42163, Liabilities: $120721.
Robert Aaron and Marlene Kay Cline, Julian, Chapter 7. Assets: $139,108, Liabilities: $148,479.
Mark Allen Vance, Ethel, Chapter 7. Assets: $185,950, Liabilities: $68,586.
Tonya Lynn McGahan, Dunbar, Chapter 7. Assets: $108,863, Liabilities: $101,922.
Michael Lee and Donna Marie Allen, Dunbar, Chapter 7. Assets: $102,321, Liabilities: $312,960.
Charles Lee III and Linnea Hope Lester, Baisden, Chapter 7. Assets: $70,855, Liabilities: $47,483.
Macel Loretta and Harry Edward Hanshaw, Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $23,175, Liabilities: $40,002.
Christopher Alan and Clarissa Anne Tatum, Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $116,315, Liabilities: $94,535.
Bruce Allen and Beth Ann Meadows, Foster, Chapter 7. Assets: $22,891, Liabilities: $80,487.
Autumn Dawn Caldwell, Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $2,615, Liabilities: $43,950.
Emma Leigh Nazzaro, Reedy, Chapter 7. Assets: $32,070, Liabilities: $57,367.
Donna Marie Taylor, Dunbar, Chapter 7. Assets: $13,512, Liabilities: $45,680.
Nancy Lou Stoepker, Newton, Chapter 7. Assets: $8,860, Liabilities: $14,664.
William Conway and Michelle Ann Smith, Fayetteville, Chapter 7. Assets: $3,120, Liabilities: $19,646.
Louisa Mae Lesher, Mount Nebo, Chapter 7. Assets: $54,940, Liabilities: $67,312.
Ronnie Edward II and Lisa Marie Britton, Madison, Chapter 7. Assets: $228,317, Liabilities: $332,297.
Valeria Clark, Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: Unknown, Liabilities: Unknown.
Timothy James and Heather Athena Midkiff, Crawley, Chapter 7. Assets: $27,262, Liabilities: $36,911.
Linda Carol Meadows, Nimitz, Chapter 7. Assets: $18,738, Liabilities: $111,767.
James Phillip Saunders, Prosperity, Chapter 7. Assets: $167,858, Liabilities: $271,675.
Elbert Paul Cline, Hanover, Chapter 7. Assets: $71,673, Liabilities: $74,235.
David Lee and Kathye Dianae Evans, Glen Rogers, Assets: $33,475, Liabilities: $109,113.
Thomas Jackson Blair III, Charleston, Chapter 11. Assets: Unknown, Liabilities: Unknown.
Pamela Ann Layne, Williamson, Chapter 13. Assets: $47,911, Liabilities: $73,331.
Jason Michael and Jennifer Lee Garner, Shrewsbury, Chapter 13. Assets: $158,856, Liabilities: $50,211.
Michael Edward and Wendy Shantel England, Kenna, Chapter 13. Assets: $172,675, Liabilities: $199,504.
Todd Edward Lucas, Alkol, Chapter 13. Assets: $58,200, Liabilities: $89,640.
David Wright and Judy Ann Elkins, Logan, Chapter 13. Assets: Unknown, Liabilities: Unknown.
The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department issues non-critical and critical violations. Critical violations are given to incidences that relate directly to the protection of the public from food-borne illness. The incidences are not negotiable and must be corrected immediately. Repetitions of critical violations may lead to enforcement actions or permit suspension. The following restaurants were rated, and the number of critical violations issued are included:
China Gourmet, 34 RHL Boulevard, South Charleston: 14 critical violations. Inspector's comments: The person in charge is unable to demonstrate knowledge; employee observed not washing hands after touching dirty dishes at dishwasher and before touching clean dishes; drinking cup without cover was observed in food preparation area; raw meat in walk in stored above ready to eat food; food in salad cooler 50-degrees F, thrown away; chicken 61-degrees F, thrown away; fish 59-degrees F, thrown away; many foods in walk in are improperly date marked; operator has no plan for using time as public health control. Food on salad bar are not time marked and are 59-degrees F, thrown away; can opener is visibly soiled; slicer is visibly soiled; chip bin is visibly soiled; ice machine is visibly soiled; pesticide used in food establishment is not being used in accordance with federal regulations. Raid bug spray not allowed in restaurant.
Husson's Pizza, 2415 Kanawha Terrace, St. Albans: 7 critical violations. Cup without handle used to scoop ice; meat in the line cooler being cold held at 45-50-degrees F; chicken in bags in the line cooler is improperly date marked; plastic meat bins in bad repair; metal four bin in bad repair; soda nozzles dirty; no indirect drain with air gap on food prep sink.
Sbarro's, Charleston Town Center: 6
Mel's Cafe, 600 Winfield Road, St. Albans: 3
Par Mar Store/Sub Express, 459 MacCorkle Ave., St. Albans: 3
Tudor's Biscuit World, 113 W. Main St., St. Albans: 3
Club El Dorado, 2417 Grant Ave., St. Albans: 2
Hudson Street Group Home, 222 Hudson St., St. Albans: 2
Wendy's, Goff Mountain Road, Cross Lanes: 2
Umami, 1401 Washington St. E.: 2
Pizza Hut, 200 Goff Mountain Road, Cross Lanes: 2
Purple Onion Fruit and Veggie Co., 800 Smith St.: 2
Save-A-Lot, W.Va. 4, Clendenin: 2
Sweet Frog, 250 Nitro Market Place: 2
Dunbar Senior Center, 2601 Fairlawn Ave., Dunbar: 2
Genesis Healthcare/Dunbar Center, 501 Caldwell Lane, Dunbar: 1
7-Eleven, 252 Spencer Road, Clendenin: 1
Roni's, 109 Credes Landing, Elkview: 1
Bob Evans Farms, Crossings Mall, Elkview: 1
Speedway, 5296 Big Tyler Road, Cross Lanes: 1
Mimi's, Nitro Marketplace, Cross Lanes: 1
Taco Bell, 322 Goff Mountain Road, Cross Lanes: 1
Auntie Anne's Pretzel, Charleston Town Center: 1
Speedway, 400 MacCorkle Avenue, South Charleston: 1
Burger King, Riverwalk Mall, South Charleston: 1
YWCA Sojourner's Shelter, 1418 Washington St.: 1
Cedar Grove Community School, U.S. 60, Cedar Grove: 1
It's Raw II, 5160 Sissonville Drive, Sissonville: 1Christ's Kitchen, 405 B Street, St Albans: 4