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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Harrisonburg, Virginia 85 64 weather Page a Man runs 50 laps for 50 reasons Valley Virginia by by opens with rare Friday night game sports i a Bally Tuia it curb monday August 31, 2015 i Harrisonburg a. I i 75 cent Walker Canadian Border an Issue too 44 the Canadian Border is a legitimate Issue for us to look at. A Scott Walker governor of Wisconsin says voters have very legitimate concerns the Washington Post Wisconsin gov. Scott Walker says the United states needs to secure All its Borders a and that includes reviewing Security on the far less controversial Northern Border it shares with Canada the longest Border in the world at 5,525 Miles. Walker who is seeking the Republican nomination for president has Long said that securing . Borders especially the Southern Border with Mexico is not Only a deterrent to illegal immigration but also a Way to ensure that terrorists and International criminals do not enter the country. During an interview on Abc news a meet the press that aired sunday morning Walker pointed out that the United states spends millions of dollars on Security at airports and ports and that it a Only makes sense to also pay that level of attention to the Borders including the one with Canada. Moderator Chuck Todd asked Walker whether he would support building a Wall along the Long Northern Border. A some people have asked us about that in new Hampshire a Walker responded. A they raised some very legitimate concerns including some Law enforcement folks that brought that up to me at one of our town Hall meetings about a week and a half ago. So that a a legitimate Issue for us to look Walker added that securing the Borders Means not just building a Wall but also ensuring that the a intelligence Community has the ability for counter terrorism and the ability to go after the infrastructure they need to protect see Walker Page a2 motive for cops murder still unclear Houston apr the Man charged with capital murder in the fatal shooting of a uniformed suburban Houston sheriffs Deputy had a lengthy criminal record going Back a decade but never spent More than Short stints in jail. Shannon j. Miles whose criminal record includes convictions for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct with a firearm was to be arraigned today in the shooting of Darren Goforth a 10-year Veteran of the Harris county sheriffs office. Miles arrest saturday came less than 24 hours after authorities said he ambushed Goforth at a suburban Houston Chevron station. See motive Page a2 county baby expo delivers by Ryan Cornell doily news record Harrisonburg a they re All about that baby talk. The fifth annual Ohba by expo returned to the Rockingham county Fairgrounds on sunday with roughly 500 new and expecting moms and dads and 58 vendors offering services ranging from paediatric health care and kids clothing to Newborn photography and music therapy. Caitlin Landes owner of wandering soles moccasins created the event in 2011 to connect families with Valley businesses organizations and resources that help through pregnancy and Early childhood. See baby Page a2 dog Days of summer going out with a bark Digger brings a Tennis tall Back to his owners Chris and Tara Meadows of Harrisonburg during Harrisonburg Parks and recreation s dog Days dog swim event at Westover Pool on sunday. The annual event has been held very sunday after the Pool closes for the season since 2009. More than too dogs participated this time. Austin Badland i in a Westover Pool hosts dog swim event to end summer season by Ryan Cornell daily news record Harrisonburg a More than too pooches showed off their Best Doggy paddle at the Westover Pool on sunday. Dogs leapt into the water to fetch thrown Tennis balls and Frisbee. They ran along the Side of the Pool in packs jumping on lounge chairs and Barking to one another. And they Shook and Shook their wet bodies drenching everything in sight. The annual dog Days dog swim hosted by the Harrisonburg Parks and recreation department returned to the City Park where its been held since 2009. The event which occurs on the sunday after the Pool closes for the season gives dog owners both near and far a Chance to bring their furry friends for a leisurely dip before the Pool and filters Are cleaned. For the Rooney family the dog swim has become a tradition. A we Mark it on our Calendar when the Date is announced so we make sure we done to do anything that Day a said Kelly Rooney 34, of Harrisonburg. On sunday afternoon she watched from outside the Pool As her husband and two sons 7 and 9, played Monkey in the Middle with their two dogs tails a 2vi-year-old Black Labra Doodle and Duke a see bark Page a5 Audrey Smith of Harrisonburg gives a bag of food to Bucky Berry during the Brent Berry food drive at red front in March 2014. Smith died tuesday morning at the age of 92. A memorial service will be held today. Nikki Fox / in a file a she was a lot of things woman known for philanthropy efforts by Ryan Cornell daily news record Harrisonburg friends and family of Audrey Leake Smith remember her for her Community involvement spirited Energy and sense of humor. A she laughed All the time a recalled her oldest son Victor Smith ii. A a she a sit Down and talk forever to anybody about Audrey Smith died tuesday morning at the age of 92. She was the wife to the late Victor j. Smith. A Mother to sons Victor and David a sister to four younger Brothers and a lasting influence to countless others. She was born in a Home built in 1867 a Harrisonburg s fourth oldest a that see things Page air Vigil on tap a Vigil at Emu is planned for Alison Parker the a Obj reporter who was killed on air last week. Page a5 Index business. Is nation. Is classified. B6 sports by comics. A9 sudoku. A Community. A7 Valley a. A3 crossword. Weather. A10 forum. A6 world. Bio Gary m. Bailey 68, Luray Wanda l Brill 74, Petersburg . Leon f. Campbell sr., 67, Grottoes Ann s. Davis 91, Bridgewater Phyllis l Douglas 91, Harrisonburg Edna w. Golladay 98, Quicksburg Martha j. Good 80, Luray Susan e. A Booty Quot Hager 68, Columbus a. Betty e. Harper 77, Moorefield . Ruth l. Hensley 84, Shenandoah Joyce d. Infinger 86, Goose Creek . John e. Leigh 85, Bumpass Timothy a. Shafer 48, Harrisonburg Quinten m. Stevens infant Harrisonburg Roland l. Turner 71, Cabins . Dennis b. Wingfield 82, Harrisonburg visit us online at , follow us in news on and like a on Contact the daily news record 540 574-6200 2 sections vol. 118 i 20 pages no. 286 56731 00013

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