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Dominion Post, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 2007, Morgantown, West Virginia Sports MHS girls advance to state title game Morgantown beats Parkersburg South in Page 1B I H K DOMINI O N Morgantown t West Virginia SATURDAY March TODAYS WEATHER Occasional High Low 58 37 Your complete forecast Page 12A TO FIND OUT if school is closed or delayed because of go to and click on Local Schools Teacher pay State refines Page 9A Chart on proposed pay scale for Page H House includes heftier raises in budget Page 3A Obituaries Mary Louise Mary William f Lucille Frances DeMark Gallagher John Thomas William Mars den Alice Sevilla Page 11A Patriot Act Justice FBI improperly used it to gain information on Page takes step toward safer mines Approves 5 emergency underground Page 3A Early spring ahead Dont forget to set clocks ahead hour at 2 Sunday INSIDE BRIDGE 9B10B RELIGION TV For Home Delivery 304 2926301 For News 304 2919425 Local Healthy kids hit the wall Go climbing to cap off WVU Wellness Page 9A Arson suspect changes his mind about guilty plea Costello Wont admit to something I didnt Page 11A Newsstand 50 cents Blast wrecks mobile home A gas sion severely damaged this trail er in Fel Pre ston on Propane gas triggered the Submitted photo Propane gas sparks Preston explosion 5 in family injured The Dominion Post FELLO gas explosion blew the roofs inches off a mobile home sending five people to area According to Assistant State Fire Mar shal Mackey family members said they were attempting to light the kitchen stoves propane gas The first call came into Preston 911 at The trailer was a total Ayersman The trailer roof lifted off the walls and debris and glass were blown 60 feet The Frank and Lawanda Wolfe family rented the home from James and Janet who live next They are really Ayersman Five family members were in the house All were taken to Preston Memorial or Ruby Memorial Janet Cham bers also was taken to a By Friday all the adults had been No information was available on the minor Ayersman recommends that if you smell an odor is put in gas to make it smell or hear a strange noise or have any reason to think there may be a gas turn off the gas and call your local fire department and a professional inspector before you do anything Police hunt Dairy Mart holdup man State trooper on way to store hurt in crash BY BRANDY BRUBAKER The Dominion Post Monongalia County Sheriffs Department deputies are looking for the man who robbed a Grafton Road Dairy Mart at gunpoint early As a sidenote to the a West Virginia State Police troop er on his way to the robbery crashed his cruiser into a tractor Rescue workers spent hours cutting him out of the wreck said Michael but the trooper needed just a few stitch A white wearing a blue mask and a camouflage pulled a handgun on the clerk at Dairy Mart around 2 and demanded Chief Deputy Al Kisner He made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and ran across Grafton Road to Boy Scout Camp Kisner The clerk was not Police have one clue to the rob bers Shortly before the the clerk saw a possibly a drive past the turn around and drive slow ly past again before pulling onto Boy Scout Camp Kisner After the robber walked into the mask already in Kisner said deputies found foot prints in the snow around where the car had been Anyone with information is asked to con tact the Mon County Sheriffs Department at Trooper on his way to the crime crashed his cruiser near the Interstate 68 inter change with Grafton He was in good condition at Ruby Memo rial Hospital on Friday police He needed some stitches but had no broken bones or other seri Ron Dominion Post photos a Trooper T W e ous Michael Kief Morris was not listed as a patient later a nursing sor at Ruby Kief said a driven by Kenneth of Con was turning from the interstate exit ramp onto Grafton toward Morris was coming through the intersection at the same time and collided with the Kief The force of the crash was so great it destroyed the police cruis er and knocked the axles from underneath the Kief Both vehicles had to be The crash remains under inves City air carrier grounded passengers left stranded Administration examines policies of FOR FLIGHT INFO Morgan town Municipal 291 3311 Continental Airlines BY GARY GRAY The Dominion Post The Federal Aviation Admin has grounded all aircraft owned by leaving pas sengers stranded at Morgantown Municipal Airport and two other West Virginia which flies out of Morgantown to Cleveland under the Continental Connection banner yanked its aircraft back to its head quarters in from Hart Field on Thursday Ron Dominion Post Bob director of Hart talks on his celi phone evening after the citys air carrier was grounded Stuart Continental Airlines Alliance operations senior said Friday afternoon in a release that sus pended service We received notification late last night and have been working this morning to put our dation plan into he Our Flight Recovery Center will begin contacting customers in order of Once customers will be offered protection on Con to and from or Pitts The customer will be respon sible for ground transportation to and from or If this is not accept able to the tal will offer a full The cessation is temporary and is due to the FAA requesting clar ification and a change in policy over how the airline trains its according to a press release late The policies were put in place and approved years accord ing to the The airline is SEE 2 A Father Jude dies at 75 Long identified with Good Counsel Friary BY MARK PATRICK GRANDSTAFF The Dominion Post Father Father Jude longtime resident of the Good Counsel died at 3 at Monon galia General a member of the Immaculate Conception Province of Franciscan came to Morgantown in 1968 from to live and serve in the Cheat Lake huilt during the Depression by mas ter stonemason Thoney In many peoples Mili and the friary were said Bob a member of the Light of Life Community who looked after Mili in the Golden Living Center nursing Mills life has touched many oth in the Morgantown communi ty and far Carubia A look in Mills address book revealed contacts in 45 states and nine coun Its just amazing the following he Carubia said of Wap pingers where Mili taught at a seminary and spent his earlier Carubia said he had been get ting incredible testimonials Friday from people in Wappingers Falls and from all He said he is writing a book about Mills SEE 2A compete for movie debut Associated Press the Oregon is on a list of towns competing for the debut of Bart and the rest of the TV Simpson fami ly this City officials accepted an invitation from 20th Century Fox to compete for the honor of hosting the premiere screen ing of The Simpsons Movie in Fox publicist Gwyne Ortiz said Fox has asked 16 Spring fields from Oregon to Massa to Fox will pick the winner after reviewing short film entries showcasing the com positive aspects and links to the who live in their own fictional The primetime animated series created by Matt Greening is now in its 18th
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