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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Frankfort Falcons % inside today football preview m h Cumberland a times news a serving Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia vol 76-no. 231 Cumberland Maryland i saturday August 22,2015 daily single copy $1 of i sunday $2.00 Riding to remember Victoria poem it of rim a no decked out in red White and Blue Mildred Lee of Frederick Street prepares her american Flag to Greet the 911 memorial ride in Cumberland Friday morning. M it s very very important that people done to forget. America is still great. I Bob Keefer 9/11 memorial ride participant Navy and Gulf War Veteran hundreds taking part in annual 911 memorial ride pass through City Jeffrey Alderton a news it it it Cumberland to Honor to remember to never forget that a the common theme that was expressed by some of the hundreds of motorcycle riders that passed through Cumberland and stopped briefly at Rocky Gap state Park during Friday s annual America s 911 memorial ride the reception in the Queen City to no Surprise was warm As spectators lined the City route from Mechanic to Frederick streets and East to Rocky Gap what i saw today it just blew Onaway a said Angela Brooks a native of Seattle who resides in Mechanicsburg. A i didst expect to see we hat i saw today pee a participant in americans 911 memorial ride gives a thumbs up to onlookers As the procession of motorcycles makes its Way Down Frederick Street in Cumberland Friday morning the riders started their journey in Shanksville pa., and will continue on to Washington . To Stop at the Pentagon before making their Way to ground Zero in new York City pie saluting people crying As we Rode by a i do this for the people that have lost their lives and the people serving and she said Navy and Gulf War Veteran Bob Keefer was taking part in the ride for the first time. A a it a very very important that people done to forget. America is still great. Said Keefer who also resides in Mechanicsburg. Ruth Schmiedle left her Sayreville n a. Home thursday at 7 30 a m. For the trip to Somerset county pa., the launch Point of the annual memorial motorcycle ride that began at Shanksville and continues to the Pentagon and on to ground Zero in new York City. See Riding a 3a superintendent named for . Schools for deaf Blind Marla Pisciotta Charleston. Martin Keller or was unum Mously selected by the West Virginia Board of education during a special meeting Fri Day As the new superintendent for the West Virginia schools for the deaf and the Blind Keller will take Over for Mark Gandolfi the schools chief financial officer who has unanimous selection served As principal at Indiana institution been serving As interim superintendent since june 30 Fol lowing the retirement of former superintendent Lynn Boyer. Hell begin work sept la with an annual salary of $110,000. Martin Keller or Quot the West Virginia schools for the deaf and the Blind extends its warmest Welcome to or. Keller. Gandolfi said Quot we look Forward to his Leader ship for Academie instruction Camp Swide coordination and statewide collaboration Gan Dolfi said a Cdr. Keller is ill enjoy the High Quality employees Here we Are All Keller serves As principal at the Indiana school for the deaf he holds a doctorate in deaf education deaf studies from Lamar University and three advanced degrees including an educational Spe Eichst degree in change leadership from Gallaudet i Niver sity. A masters degree in deaf education from Mcdaniel College and a masters degree in educational administration from Xavier University. Nineteen people applied for the position and five received in person interviews. The committee that selected Keller included state school Board member Gayle Manchin Bill White Deputy schools superintendent Cindy Daniel and Hampshire county Del Ruth Row an As w Ell As teachers and alumni of the schools. Keller 45. Grew up in Wisconsin. He comes from a family of to his parents and siblings Are All deaf. His wife of 18 tee superintendent a 3a costs of meals health care for inmates rising contracts for next fiscal year negotiated for Allegany county detention Center Matthew Bieniek Mph of Kef times it w s to it a Cumberland keep my criminals sitting in a jail cell to for their crimes costs Money. And those costs ultimately coming from taxpayer wallets and purses continue to use. Extensions of existing contracts for inmate meals and health care at the Aile Gany county detention Center were approved by Allegany county commis stoners thursday. The two contracts together will Cost the county More than $1,316368. That s for an average daily prisoner population at the Center of 145 inmates during fiscal year 2015 the Bill could have been higher though but Apt. R Lee Cutter sheriff Craig Robertson and the county negotiating team managed to negotiate Cost reductions from the original proposals by the two con tractors. Quot we negotiated a request cd increase of Over 3 percent Down to a i percent increase a a Cutter the Assis Tant administrator at the Center told commissioners in explaining the one year $940,347.05 medical services contract Extension with con med providing medical services for inmates is required for the detention Center to remain in compliance with state correctional stun Dards and other Laws Cut Ter said con med began its contracts with the Colin to in 2003 conned of Hanover specializes in pro Viding health care services to correctional facilities and is now a subsidiary of Cor is costs �?3a . Stocks Tumble on global slowdown fears Dow Jones drops More than 530 Points Matthew Craft Bernard Condon new York growing Eon Cerris about a slowdown in China Shook markets around the world on Friday driving the . Stock Market to its biggest drop in nearly four years the rout started in Asia and quickly spread to Europe battering major markets in gel Many and France in the . The Selling started Early and never let up. Investors ditched beaten Down Oil companies As Well Netflix. Apple and other technology Darlings. Oil plumbed below s40 for the first time since the financial crisis and government Bonds rallied As investors raced into hiding spots. Quot investors Are wondering if growth in t coming from the . Or China where is it going to come from a said Tim Courtney Cio of Exen Cial wealth advisors Quot this is about a screen the trading the new Stock sex shows the numbers the Dow Industrial i plunged than 530 pc growth by the time it was Over the Standard and poor a 500 Index had lost 5.8 percent for the week its worst weekly slump since 2011 that leaves the main see . A 3a deaths Dent. Lupton a Eunice a 85. Of Rio w a raze a Shirley a., 72, of harpers Sampsell a tonne j., 47, of ferry w a formerly of Frostburg Petersburg. W a i00ver Angelina a 67. 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