Frederick News Post in Frederick, Maryland 13 Dec 2012
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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Frederick, Maryland
She air re Irr irk c 2012 Randall family Lac 2�ocu10 inst december 13,2012 a i a a dec newspaper of the year 2010,2009,2008,2006 i vol. 130 i no. 60 i 3 sections i 75 Field hockey All area Talent f Lindsay Lawrence left and Kate Russo Page b-4 Bombadil at cafe Noia 72 hours inside tracing a family a civil War history to bring it Home a a Page r-7thousands in Sandy Aid on the line Federal Aid could be on the Way for damage to the county by superstore Sandy which is estimated at $740,000 and growing. Staff file photo by Travis s. Pratt Walkersville fresh ban issued on synthetic marijuana town is latest to enact ordinance against drug by Cara r. Anthony news Post staff Anthony a Walkersville a the squeeze on synthetic marijuana sales in Frederick county continued wednesday night As Walkersville became the county a third municipality to ban the drug. After a Public hearing the town m Jug Burgess and commissioners unanimously voted to ban the Sale of synthetic marijuana. Those caught with the drug in the town will face a maximum punishment of a $1,000 Fine or 30 Days in jail. The towns ordinance outlaws the Sale and Possession of the drug. The ordinance will take effect in 20 Days according to commissioner Chad Weddle who said the towns charter put limitations on penalties that could be enforced. A the difference Between our ordinance and Frederick City a is the punishment a Weddle told town residents. In Frederick a violation of its anti spice ordinance is a criminal Misdemeanour. The maximum punishment is a Fine of $1,000 and 90 Days in jail for each offence. The Frederick police department has already made arrests in connection with synthetic marijuana but some Walkersville residents would its really a Public health and safety Issue that needs to be precluded from our society. George Rudy of Walkersville see ban a-2 first estimates put storms Cost at $740k officials meet about tapping Federal funds John Bare has been elected president of the Frederick county fair Board. Staff photo by Adam Fried by Bethany Rodgers news Post staff Early estimates show superstore Sandy set Back Frederick county and its municipalities by at least $740,000, and the Bill is growing. Fortunately Federal disaster funds could be on the Way for repairs to damaged roofs and dented budgets. On wednesday local officials met with the Maryland emergency management Agency representatives to learn about tapping into the storm Aid. For the City of Frederick Sandy brought a wide Range of costs such As buying Chain saws repairing sidewalks and removing debris. The most recent estimate indicates Sandy Cost Frederick about $185,000, said Gerry Kolbfleisch the City a director of finance. See Sandy a-2 not your average Date staff photo by Travis s. Pratt from left Penny bulk Yewtang and Carlton Haas Exchange rings wednesday morning during their wedding ceremony conducted by Frederick county circuit court Deputy clerk Sabrina Hoy at the Frederick county courthouse. Weddings at the courthouse spiked wednesday on the last consecutive Date sequence in this Century 12/12/12. Courthouse sees Spike in marriages on 12/12/12 by Nicholas c. Stern news Post staff Stern Carlton Haas wife Penny bulk Yewtang gave him a couple of dates to choose from for their wedding after More than four years As a couple. They considered june but then she noticed an unusual alignment on the Calendar 12/12/12. The decision was made he said moments before the couple married at the Frederick county courthouse wednesday. A Carlton Haas and Penny bulk Yewtang first considered marrying in june but decided on wednesdays Peculiar Date. A plus its easier to remember our anniversary a Haas said. Quot even numbers Are More Lucky a he said explaining that in his wife s culture a she is from Thailand a dates Are sometimes associated with auspicious undertakings like a wedding. A plus its easier to remember our anniversary a Haas said. The couple said they plan to marry again in Thailand next year perhaps on 6/13/2013. Wednesday marked the last time this Century couples could marry on a consecutive Date sequence such As 7/7/7,8/8/8 or 11/11/11. See 12/12/12 a-2 fair Board elects new chief John Bare a viable event vital to protect a heritage by Ike Wilson news Post staff i Wilson John Bare will have to give up some of his work on several committees to serve As the new president of the great Frederick fair and the Frederick county agricultural society inc., but the longtime Frederick businessman is not about to give up his Beer Garden duties. Bare does no to drink Beer. He was the Mastermind behind introducing the Beer Garden to the fair As an added Revenue Stream and enjoys interacting with the people who frequent the venue. A i can to give that up a Bare said. A a we be had so much fun with Bare 69, was elected to the Post during a recent reorganization meeting of fair managers and directors. He succeeds James s. Grimes who led the organizations for the past three years. A this is a Milestone and its something in be looked Forward to a said Bare who has see fair a-2 Good morning what we Call a a Progress is the Exchange of one nuisance for another nuisance. Havelock Ellis arrest Loga-13 Birthdaysb-10 business .b-5-6 Classifiedsb-13-15 comics .b-12 fire amp police blotter a-6 lotteries .a-6 Community .a-10-12 b-16 history .b-10 obituaries.a-15 dearabby.b-10 Home amp family b-7-8 sports.b-l-4 editorial letters a-14 local a-5-7 to listings.b-10 48722� weather i b-16 ,b0 4 8 7 i 9 "3 6 1 a 5
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