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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Holmes sentenced to life jury fails to agree on death penalty for Colorado theater shooter Page two Bettis a cd Mon. Get me in a Steeles running Back among diverse group entering pro football Hall of Fame sports 1b it a m Cumberland a times news a vol. 76-no. 217 serving Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia Cumberland Maryland i saturday August 8,2015 daily single copy $1 of i sunday $2.00 Frostburg Community Center struck by trailer building damaged but determined to be Safe for use Midland Homecoming Cotona Koerner aes news Vintage automobiles Are followed by local fire Crews As they make their Way Down Paradise Street during the annual Midland Homecoming firemen a Parade Friday. It Anne Baker. 7, of Midland walks her 4-year-old Boston terrier Stella before the dogs on Parade event in Midland Friday evening. Local dog owners were encouraged to dress up their dogs for the contest which is part of the annual Midland Homecoming event. The Celebration continues saturday with a Bike Parade and games for children As Well As the old timers game beginning at 12 30 . Musician Ricky Howsare is set to perform later in the evening. For More information Contact Nellie r. Tighe at 301 -463-2264 City employees charged after allegedly filling Pool with stolen water Cumberland a two City of Cumberland employees were charged Friday in connection with the theft of City w Ater to fill a swimming Pool. Gregory Scott Shadwell. 43. And James Paul Friend 51, were both charged with theft and conspiracy to commit theft. City officials were first alerted to the incident july 14 when they received information that Shadwell had filled his own per Sonal swimming Pool with City water that had not been paid for. City police were notified and c3i was a police log contacted to appears on conduct an Page 4a investigation investigators conducted numerous interviews and a review of water department records which indicated that the water meter at Shadwell s residence had see City a 3a youths get feet wet catch critters on Stream safari program engages kids in Creek biology7 Michael a. Sawyers Cumberland a do aquatic insects cringe if they do. There was a lot of that going on wednesday evening beneath the surface of an Evitts Creek Riffle on the Campus of Allegany College of Maryland. Forty legs that were ankle deep in the babbling Stream meant 20 kids the youngest being 3, were searching for and learning about Hel granites crayfish. Mayflies caddis flies Crane flies and sundry other life forms that spend an Early portion of their lives in a submerged condition. A this is the third summer for the Evitts Creek Stream safari and this is our Best turnout said Carolyn Mathews of Home ground. Home ground w7as established in 2011 to Twenty youngsters took part in the Evitts Creek Stream satan wednesday on the Campus of Allegany College of Maryland the annual event is provided by Home ground a local conservation organization. Natural assets of Allegany county and to inspire citizens to conserve land and water resources according to a Mission statement. The cringing bugs had nothing to worry about they would be netted oozed and ached Over by youngsters and then held and her husband. Tom. Explained things such As the life Cycle of a Dobson Fly that s what a Hel Granite becomes. Perhaps Zyler Bock 9, of Cumberland spoke for All of the budding entomologists. A i like catching the Crit see youths a 3a former Piedmont mayor lobbies for fines to be dropped Garland makes request to . Ethics commission regarding Hoggs Russell support for or. Shingler and. From staff refor1n Piedmont Eva. For Mer Piedmont mayor Leon Garland and several former and current Council members sent a letter to the West Virginia ethics commission ask ing that the fines against councilwoman Paula Boggs and former councilwoman Grace Russell in deleted the letter was sent to the commission prior to a july 23 hearing. During the hearing the probable review Board determined probable cause that Boggs and Russell Violat cd the ethics act in regard to the taking of Federal emergency management Agency trailers for personal use by former town Foreman John Shingler Boggs and Russell used their elected positions for the gain of Shingler the probable cause order states. Following a special Council meeting on dec. 30, 2011, to discuss the Pema trailer investigation Boggs and Russell voted to have the City pay an attorney $10,000 to represent Shingler in matters outside the scope of his employment. A the mayor and Council have always maintained their at no time has attempted to recover that states the letter. At a june 24 Council meeting a motion was made that the ethics commission cancel the Pursuit of the $10,000 the motion passed with three members voting in favor and Boggs and Russell abstaining according to the letter. A at this time As a municipal governing body we request that the fines assessed by the ethics commission against see former �?3a deaths of Hagerstown formerly of mount Lonaconing Powell a Bettie. H Savage lower Kathleen m 62 of Cumberland Bobo Myrtle h 88 of us Fetzer la Rem e g i Ary Bayard Eva Riley Mansville Eva 80, of Cumberland Osborne Jessie i j of Ashby Eva Crump Virginia l Quot Ginny 87 Lashbaugh Harold i met unfair Park obituaries on Page 4a a a t v�?�7in is Hgt a Page finder classified ads 6-7b crossword so daily break 4b deaths .4a h 84 63 editorial. A sports .1-3b for Home delivery Call circulation at 301 -722-4608 areas of morning fog weather Page 8a Mil Villi huh Sov Ink the Cumberland Rimes hews s printed on newsprint that has recycled Content the newspapers it recyclable Jeffrey Alderton la Alderton Ltd n Nils new s Tim Frostburg the Frostburg Community Center on South water Street was damaged Fri Day morning when a trailer being pulled by a pickup truck became Dis connected and struck the building according to City administrator John Kirby the Driver of the Lehi Cie reportedly drove Home to obtain insurance information and then returned he was being interviewed by Frostburg police upon returning to the Accident location Steve Bittner times news caution tape and barricades surround the Entrance to the Frostburg Community Center on South water Street in Frostburg Friday after a column was damaged after being struck by a trailer that became disconnected from the truck that was towing it. No one was injured in the incident. Kirby said the building s front column Entrance area was damaged and a rear door was available for Access after the building was determined to be Safe for use. No operations were affected by the incident. Including fridays scheduled senior citizens activities. Carl Belt inc. Was called to assess and repair the damage. Kirby said repairs would begin immediately a representative of the Frostburg Volunteer fire department also responded to the scene according to the Allegany county 911 emergency Center. Buou. Jeffrey Alderton on Muntter

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