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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Harrisonburg, Virginia 87-year-old woman about a hardworking As they come weekend / Elbasty of was Bror saturday july la 2015 i Harrisonburg a. I i 75cents aviation group inks Deal dynamic working with Massachusetts company by my Bradman daily Newt record Harrisonburg dynamic aviation is entering an emerging segment of the corporate executive travel business. The company headquartered in Bridgewater announced thursday afternoon that it is partnering with Beacon a subscription based corporate air travel service for frequent fliers to serve the Boston based startups customers in the North the service will begin with regularly scheduled flights Between Boston and new York but seasonal flights to High end tourism hotshots Nantucket mass., and the Hampton in new Yolk Are planned. The idea emerged in 2012,�?� dynamic aviation president and ceo Michael Stoltzfus said thursday evening of the subscription based Model of providing air transportation. A a we be been tracking it since then and had an interest. We were Able to connect with the founders of Beacon and now we re Able to respond to their beacons inaugural flight in expected to take off on sept. 15, he Austin Bachand / on a see Deal Page a3 Hiram Leon left end Luke Farreny of Harrisonburg work on a plane at dynamic aviation Friday. Stephen Ray Benting 64, Harrisonburg Joseph Ray Buster Hammer sr., 73, Bridgewater Karen Louise Urquhart Landis 70, Basye Mildred Lee Brown Raines 90, Circleville . Anthony a. Sut Hedy 44, Harrisonburg Janet Mea Whetzel 75, Petersburg . Daily h 540 Contact the news record 574-6200 s sections i 32 pages vol. 118 no. 243 and like us on 3 ruling s in Al appeals court has he convictions of for Ginia gov. Bob my he was convicted in or 2014 of 11 correlated counts. Index business Chi classified,., comics is Cross word. Is forum .,a4 nation b4 religion.b5 state.b3 Valley a. By weather.a6 world.b4 visit us online at , follow us in news on in Good hands snap use rising at Farmers markets also on the Rise nationwide by Elaina Sauber Mikuly news record Harrisonburg a since he began As operations manager for the Harrisonburg Farmers Market More than a year ago Reber Cribb says he a noticed an increase in customers paying with supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits. The rest of the . Is following a likewise trend. Formerly known As food Stamps snap redemption at Farmers markets Roadside stands and directly from local Farmers totalled nearly $18.8 million in fiscal 2014, a nearly sixfold increase since 2008, according to a press release from the . Department of agriculture. The increase can be attributed mainly to the increasing number of snap authorized producers and markets which has grown nationwide from 753 to More than 6,400 during the same time Frame the release says. As of May there were five snap authorized Farmers markets in the area Harrisonburg Broadway mount Jackson Staunton Augusta and North Augusta according to Claudia Jackson snap see snap Page a3 Jeb Bush supporters raising big Des Moines Iowa apr flush with almost $100 million a group supporting Republican Jeb Bush a presidential ambitions is blowing ahead on a parallel Campaign promising to use its immense resources in a Way that is untested but could revolutionize presidential politics. Bush a Campaign reported thursday that it raised $11.4 million in just six Days while an Allied super Pac right to Rise America raised $103 million during the first six months of the year and had $98 million on hand. A picture began to emerge Friday about How the groups would work in concert yet without formal coordination to spend their extraordinary haul in the face of Federal Laws that limit their communication. Interviews with Bush Campaign aides right to Rise staff and donors to both groups revealed plans for Bush a Campaign to set the tone on policy and political messaging backed by the super Pac see Bush Page a right Tara Balli Cantor serves cd Lynn with an licensed fat tily Day Homo on Mason Street in Han Sonburg. Sha supports Virginia Snow Day can regulations. Below try and Camaron Laflin of Shenandoah loft til a ii i Foit Umi int Avn daughter Camden in 2012 we Sha was under the wit in of m a Newt Day cart provider. They now advocate for stricter requirements for such providers. A we made Progress see quits Page a3 implicated in the infants death but a search of the Home uncovered methamphetamine for which the provider was charged. No other adults were watching the children at the time. A unfortunately in Camden Scase because All of the children were under 2 years old nobody could talk. Nobody could say what happened that Day Quot Elly Laflin 27, said. Then a fingerprint based background Check a which the Lafkin believe should be required of All providers a revealed the providers several aliases and a history of criminal drug and fraud charges. See Progress Page a2 personnel chief quits Hack affects 21.5 million family s tragedy helps Spur new Day care legislation Washington apr the embattled head of the governments personnel office abruptly stepped Down Friday bowing to mounting pressure following the unprecedented breach of private information her Agency was entrusted to protect. Katherine Archuleta had served As director of the Federal office of personnel management since november 2013. The former National political director for president Barack Obama a 2012 reelection Campaign Archuleta came under scathing criticism amid revelations this year that hackers a widely believed to be Chi Archuleta nays government a had infiltrated her Agency a databases As Well As background Check records for millions who applied for . Security clearances. By Amoia must partly Newt record Shenadoah a parents around the Commonwealth forced to realize their worst fears of losing a child have found some Solace in changes the general Assembly made to Day care Laws the first in Over two decades. Two of those parents Are Euy and Cameron Laflin of Shenandoah. Ever since their 3-month-old daughter Camden died in the care of an unlicensed unregistered Day care provider in Massanutten the Lafkin have pushed for stricter regulations. The woman came with Good recommendations and a name based background Check a the Only kind Daniel in i in a required by the state a did not turn up any red flags. Camden died on May 17, 2012, from sudden infant death syndrome police determined. The provider was not

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