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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Cole swats nats sports for 14th Victory paoe1b he Cumberland a times news 15-year-old accused of City armed robbery Page 8a a serving Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia vol.76-no 205 Cumberland Maryland i monday july 27,2015 daily single copy is of i sunday s2.00 proposed gaming merger clears last hurdle Only lawsuits could Stop Deal involving Rocky Gap Casino resort s Parent company i kit it a s Tah ski tuts Hack a by Gap a the Nevada Jam ing commission approved the merger of the Parent company of the Rocky Gap Casino resort and a Nevada gaming company on thurs Day according to commission Docu merits. Approval by the commission was the last step needed for the merger to take effect barring judicial intervention because of lawsuits filed Over the proposed Deal. I Akes entertainment of Minnesota owns the Rocky Gap property and will merge with Golden gaming. Golden gaming Cro Blake Sartini will be ceo and chairman of the new company which will be based in Las vegas. Maryland regulators and share holders in i Akes entertainment which owns the Rocky Gap opera Tion previously approved the merger. On july 7, the Nevada gaming control Board recommended approval of a number of moves associated with the planned merger. At least one class action lawsuit contesting the terms of the proposed merger has been filed in a Minnesota state court. The lawsuit alleges the Board of lakes entertainment breached its fiduciary duties to stockholders by failing to adequately shop the company before agreeing to the merger. Under the terms of the proposed merger shareholders in flakes will receive Stock in the new company valued at $9.57 for each share of i Akes Stock they own lakes enter see proposed �?5a Hampshire county reviving program that puts books in hands of youngsters Dolly Parton s imagination Library gets funding help from school system sunday in the Park Marla Pisciotta Unis it Man o Inkom Ani int Romney Eva. Hundreds of Hampshire county families Are expected to Benefit from a once cancelled Library Reading program recently rejuvenated Dolly Bartons imagination Library is coming Back to Hump Shire county thanks to the Campaign for Grade i a pc i Reading fund ing through Hampshire county schools at a Cost of $20,000 a year. A a this program provides free High Quality age appropriate books each month to children from birth until their fifth birthday a said Robin Taylor. Taylor is director of imagination Library West Virginia sesquicentennial commission administration West Virginia department of education and the arts. A this is very exciting and we cannot wait to get it started Hack imagination Library was originally launched in the summer of 2010 and removed when funds were exhausted in january 2013. This program provides free High Quality age appropriate books each month to children from birth until their fifth birthday. Robin Taylor Hampshire county had 079 children registered when the funding was exhausted. A the same database will be turned Back to Active this month and about half of that number will still be in there because of families moving children turning five and graduating from the program a Taylor said. Taylor said her Boss department of education and the arts Secretary see Hampshire a 5a Victoria to mar it Tim of is ally Norris a 13-year-old Singer songwriter from Cresaptown performs during the sunday in the Park concert series at the Constitution Park Amphitheater sunday evening. Norris opened the show for Sampt Tyty a local band formed in the 1970s that reunited in 2012. The concert series is sponsored by the Cumberland department of Parks and recreation and free to attend. Airport authority planning for conference group will Host event next summer Elaine Blaisdell mum mummies new s it it it a Wiley Ford Eva the Potomac Highlands Airport authority is plan Ning to Host an annual Maryland regional Avia Tion conference in sum Mer 2016 at Rocky Gap Casino resort Airport manager Ryan Shaffer said during a meeting of the authority last week. A there might be some functions held Here air port a said Shaffer who noted he was looking for suggestions on speakers. They typically have a Good list of speakers that they Deal Shaffer attended the 2015 state aviation Confer ence held last month in Ocean City. Current Airport issues changing Poh Des. Engineering Best practices on Airport Busi Ness opportunities and upcoming legislation were discussed according to the Mary land regional see Airport a 5a 25 years on disabilities act has changed lives of millions associated press Fred Maahs a co cast executive takes part in a meeting at the company s Headquarters in Philadelphia. In 1980, on the last Day of summer vacation off the Delaware coast the 18-year-old took a dive from his family s boat into an unseen Sandbar sustaining injuries that paralysed him a a from the Chest Down. David Crary a Nath Ina. Wroth new York a five Days before he was to Start College Fred Maahs world turned upside Down. Off the Delaware coast in 1980, on the last Day of summer vacation the 18-year-old took a dive from his family a boat into an unseen Sandbar barely a foot below the surface sustaining injuries that paralysed him from the Chest Down after months of medical care he had to find a new College to attend a the one at which he enrolled said its Campus was not accessible to wheelchairs. One of his first jobs was on the second floor of a building with no elevator two friends carried him up and Down the stairs. A for those first couple of years i was really dependent on family or friends Quot said Maahs. A Aback then people with disabilities were primarily kept at were that diving Accident to happen now the Campus and workplace w Ould be accessible a with ramps curb cuts elevators. Designated parking spots. A Blind or deaf person or anyone with a Host of other disabilities also would find accommodations enhancing their Independence and engagement a All of this the legacy of the sweeping americans with disabilities act which was signed into Law on july 26,1990. A let the shameful Wall of exclusion finally come tumbling do it la declared president George h. W. Bush As he prepared to sign the legislation. Some 2,000 people with Dis Abili see 25 years �?5a a deaths Eisentrout a Robert i., 96, of Hagerstown Frost a Barbara a77, of Cumberland Michael e. Dale sr., 84, of Scherr obituaries on Page 5a inside today insurance markets struggle state run health insurance markets that offer coverage under president Barack Obama a health Law Are struggling with High costs and disappointing enrolment these challenges could Lead More of them to turn Over operations to the Federal government. See Page two. Vacation season is in full swing to swing into Fulmar time during the month of lid. 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