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Johnstown Tribune Democrat (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Johnstown, Pennsylvania I by Jeffrey Alderton the Cumberland my times news Cumberland my. To Honor to remember to never forget. That a the common theme that was expressed by some of the hundreds of motorcycle riders who passed through Cumberland and stopped briefly at Rocky Gap state Park during fridays annual americans 9/11 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. A after what i saw today it just blew me away a said Angela Brooks a native of Seattle who resides in Mechanicsburg a. A i did no to expect to see what i saw today people saluting people crying As we Rode by. A i do this for the people that have lost their lives and the people serving and protecting a 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 a said please see ride a2 $.m0vbhvoia a to if to Tuthil Tejkl Lulf oks Milfs sub teats Ron Davidson Chevrolet a Buick a Csc jus mini Tan Hwy. Bokn i swi hmm <14-472-7580 by Itig my Tom inside Abby. .a8 editorial. A6 births. C6 Horoscope. A Bridge. A9 lottery. C6 business. Classified. .a7 cd movies. Roach. A3 a comics. .a9 sports. I deaths. .c5 television. A for convenient Home delivery Call 5325000 or 866 307-0905. Good morning Viola Mazur thank you for subscribing to the Tribune Democrat. Looking for work 43 jobs advertised in today s Tribune Democrat lottery Friday s Mega millions 13-15-21-41-72 me Gaball of Mega plier 05 More lottery numbers c6 Demeis inf Debi coming sunday and monday a two Day series examines the Burden of College debt on students graduates and parents and the Steps colleges Are taking to address the Issue. Hocke Yville Usa serving greater Johnstown since 1853august 22, 2015 saturday $1.00 newsstand big drop . Stocks Tumble on global slowdown fears. A7. A big Deal first women graduate from army Ranger school. C5. Sports Johnstown native Jack Ham named to 75th anniversary All America team. By today s weather mostly sunny and Nice. High 75, Low 57. Five Day forecast/c6 Back to school health system welcomes med chief by Randy Griffith although she oversees health care at three Conemaugh health system medical centers the new chief medical officer is More interested in keeping people out of the Hospital. A with better coordination Between the Hospital the specialist and the primary care provider we can put resources Here to get that care to the patient a co or. Susan l. Williams said this week during dedication ceremonies for Conemaugh Meyersdale medical centers new outpatient facility. The $4 million Rural health clinic centralizes the primary care practices of five Conemaugh physician croup doctors in the Meyersdale area. Outpatient services represent the future of health care and primary care doctors Are at the forefront said Williams who comes to Johnstown from her position As co at Noble health Alliance in fort Washington outside Philadelphia. A it involved a lot of activities that goes with the affordable care act a Williams said. A we Are looking at new models of health care delivery and merging three thriving practices into one improves support for All the doctors she noted. Williams is a Cornell University graduate and completed Williams please see chief a2 please see Mcclelland a2 Mcclelland s campaigning never stopped by Dave Sutor the congressional Campaign Trail Erin Mcclelland embarked upon in 2013 has never really ended. In november after More than a year of running for the states 12th District seat the demo so Mcclelland lost by 18 percentage Points to incumbent . Rep. Keith rothfus a Sewickley. She then seamlessly started her 2016 bid. A when i talked to some of the papers in Pittsburgh the classes set to begin at local universities a participant in America s 9/11 memorial ride gives a thumbs up to onlookers As the procession of motorcycles makes its Way Down Frederick Street in Cumberland md., on Friday morning. Victoria Koerner Cumberland. My times news photos by Thomas Susser the Tribune Democrat Sarah Hetrick of roaring Spring a freshman at mount Aloysius College in Cresson gets some help carrying a mini refrigerator from her father Jim during move in Day this week. Below Chloe Miller of Pittsburgh a freshman at St. Francis University in Loretto walks to her dorm. Courts also were added College communications director John Coyle said. University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown which also completed several Campus renovations will Welcome students Back to school with far improved to gigabyte per second Bandwidth speeds. St. Francis University please see classes a2 9/11 memorial ride Rolls from Shanksville into Maryland by David Hurst dhurst9tribdem.com it is a familiar sight this weekend wide eyed freshmen at the regions colleges in Cresson Loretto and Richland As thousands of students arrive for school. This summer mount Aloysius completed w Ork on a 2-mile nature Trail that winds its w a through one Comer of the Campus where new outdoor Tennis

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