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Daily News Record (Newspaper) - October 18, 2007, Harrisonburg, Virginia What Do Tots Think About The Autumn VALLEY VIRGINIA B1 JMU Hoops Squad Picked To Finish Seventh In The CAA October 2007 I I I 35 cents Closing The Gap Fulk Has Momentum In Clerks Election Fundraising Report By JEFF MELLOTT Daily NewsRecord HARRISONBURG At the end of Democrat Di anne Fulk narrowed the once commanding fundraising lead of Republican Charles Chaz EvansHaywood in the race for Rockingham County clerk of the circuit Thats according to the latest election expense filed that show the com bined spending for the field of 11 At months the candidates had raised more than for the 6 The reports for spending in September show EvansHay wood leading the field with compared to Fulks Meeting Goals The narrowing of the gap in fundraising was not an indicator of how the race for clerk is shap ing said We have been successful in See Page A3 Pete Marovich DNR Rachel Goods Brenda holds a memorial card for her daughter during Wednesdays press She remembers how the officers hands shook as he came to investigate her daughters disappearance the officer himself later turned out to be a suspect in the We Are Coming For Him For Pursuit Still Active In Rachel Good Disappearance Case By DAVID REYNOLDS Daily NewsRecord HARRISONBURG When Brenda Brown reported her daughters dis appearance to the Elkton Police De partment in she says the officer who took her statement couldnt stop I have never seen anyone shake like Brown He could barely hold his ink pen in his and he only wrote a couple of After the Brown re the young Elkton Adam offered to hehp however he and told Brown that if she need ed she should call He would take care of When she looks back four years Brown says that she felt right away that something was See Page A3 Garst Elkton Weighs Options Paying For Community Center Wont Be Easy By JENNY JONES Daily NewsRecord The cost of operating the Elkton Area Community Stonewall has proven to be more than the town can according to Elkton Town Councilman Mike Now council must consider whether to raise taxes and utility rates to cover ELKTON the centers ex per suade the county to take over the or close its council members chairman of the towns fi nance recently present ed council with a financial analysis See Page AS The community center has been dependent on the countys support to If we dont have the countys things are pretty MIKE ONEILL ELKTON TOWN COUNCIL Arts Council Be A Patron By KELLY JASPER Daily NewsRecord HARRISONBURG The Arts Council of the Valley knows it takes a thriving fundraising campaign to back a thriving arts In the that meant supplementing funds from local governments and sponsors with private given primarily at the nonprofits annual Its quite an event to pull says Kai executive director of the He says the council this year is ready to try a new Instead of a gala this the Arts Council has launched a fundraising campaign See Page A3 Prince William OKs Crackdown On Illegals Associated Press MANASSAS One of the nations toughest local crackdowns on illegal immigration was unanimously ap proved by Prince William County law makers in a hearing that stretched into the earlymorning hours The measures would deny certain county services to illegal including business drug coun housing assistance and some services for the The board also gave police some funding to help them implement a new policy to check the im migration status of anyone accused of breaking the law if an officer suspects the person is an illegal Hundreds of residents and immi grants spoke for and against the mea sures in a 12hour session of emotional Many immigrants said they See Page AS So e o o o o o 10 v m IN Census and Weldon Cooper Center for Public SNAPSHOT 1980 2000 2006 ham County Emmett Lives Another Day Supreme Court stepped in on Wednesday and halted Virginias planned execution of convicted killer Christopher Scott just hours before he was scheduled to die by lethal Page B8 Emmett INSIDE 4 Sections 28 Pages 16 Index Business D1 Classified D2 Comics B5 B5 Forum A4 Nation D2 Skyline B4 Sports C1 State B8 81 Weather A6 World C5 75 55 For the latest weather visit Edith Harrisonburg Ronald Virginia Beach Georgia Dayton Robert Gregory Staunton Lena Elkton Hector Harrisonburg Leonard Maxim Williamsburg MJ Nutty Grottoes Stanley Harrisonburg Althea The Texas Helen Shank Mount Solon Vernon Contact the Daily NewsRecord 540 5746200 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY COMMIS SIONER OF THE REVENUE OFFICE will be closed October in honor of Richard who passed away W5VA 5SO Alii IVEWS WEATHER SPORTS ONE MILLION DOLLAR HI LO CONTEST
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