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Winchester Star (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Winchester, VirginiaSee us on the web wow. Winchester Star. Com 75� wednesday june 3, 2 0 15 119th year no. 281 Winchester Virginia 22601 the Winchester Star 6 08566 00037 5 miss your paper Call 665 4946 from 7 to 10 a. Office 8 a. To 5 p. M., 667 3200 today s forecast 63 Cloudy with a 70% Chance of showers. Northeast winds 5 10 mph. At night Chance of rain 60%. Northeast winds 5 mph. High full report a14 Low two sections 28 pages 55 bulletin Board. B2 business. B4 classified ads. B8 comics. B7 dear Abby. B6 editorials. A4 food. B5 local. B1 nation. A5 obituaries. A2 sports. A8 Virginia. A3 on Winchester Star. Com so what Are you thinking about let us know. Comment on stories or opinions you read in today s newspaper after each item on the web Page. By Onofrio Castiglia the Winchester Star Winchester a jury trial pitting a former Winchester Izaak Walton club wisc Board member against two High ranking officers in the group begins its third Day this mor Ning. The club established in the area in 1945 is an Independent subsidiary of the Izaak Walton league of America. It has 501 c nonprofit status making it exempt from All Federal income taxes. It owns a 157 acre recreational conservation area off Millwood Pike u. S. 50 in East jury to decide Case of expelled Izaak Walton Board member by Jack Gillum Eileen Sullivan and Eric Tucker associated press Washington scores of Low flying planes circling american cities Are part of a civilian air Force operated by the Fri and obscured behind fictitious companies the associated press has Learned. The a traced at least 50 aircraft Back to the Fri and identified More than 100 flights in 11 states Over a 30 Day period since late april orbiting both major cities and Rural areas. At least 115 planes including 90 Cessna aircraft were mentioned in a Federal budget document from 2009. For decades the planes have provided support to Fri surveillance operations on the ground. B u t n o w t h e a i r c r a f t a r e equipped with High tech cameras and in rare circumstances technology capable of tracking thousands of cellphones raising questions about How these surveillance flights affect americans privacy. It s important that Federal Law enforcement personnel have the tools they need to find and catch criminals said Charles Grassley chairman of the Senate judicial y committee. B it handwriting award by Amy Alonzo the Winchester Star Winc he Ster two local teens Are taking the reins for Virginia deca. Rising Clarke county High school senior Isaac Weintz will serve As president for Virginia deca and rising Sherando High school senior Alex Snapp will serve As executive vice president. Deca is a co curricular organization that prepares High school students for marketing and management careers. With More than 13,000 members Virginia deca is the largest state deca association in the country according to the organization s website. Isaac and Alex took office june 1 and will serve one year terms. It is exciting for us to have a president and vice president representing our District said Rachel Koser a chs teacher and one of two advisers for Clarke county deca. It s Cool to represent the whole state of Virginia in this one area. By Daniella Matar and Graham Dunbar associated press Zurich the end for Sepp Blatter came suddenly just Days after he had seemingly solidified his hold on fifa. The 79 year old Leader of the w o re d s most popular sport defied global animosity last week to win four More years in office. But his re election Only increased the pressure from colleagues sponsors athletes and fans for Blatter to step Down As fifa s president. At a hastily arranged news conference tuesday Blatter announced he would leave office within months and called for a fresh election to appoint a successor. By Alan Suderman associated press Richmond Cha Loleng ers looking to Knock off incumbent state lawmakers during next week s primary will have to do so at a Large spending disadvantage. Eight out of the nine office holders facing a primary Challenge enjoy significant Cash adv a n t a g e s Over their rivals ahead of the june 9 primary according to an analysis by the Virginia Public Access project a nonprofit Money in politics tracker. The Only incumbent who is at a Cash disadvantage in this year s by Amy Alonzo the Winchester Star Winchester handwriting is a dying Art for most students but for Danny Lyman Good penmanship is a natural skill. Everybody kept saying they thought my handwriting was really neat said the sacred heart Academy seventh grader. In May Danny was named a semifinalist and grand National Grade level Champion in the 2015 Zaner Bloser National handwriting contest. The right handed 13 year old was selected As one of the top 18 handwriting candidates from almost 300,000 students throughout the country. Each Winter at the Catholic school students Are asked to write a Short paragraph on Why hand sacred heart student s penmanship wins prize Danny who is right handed was selected As one of the top 18 handwriting candidates from almost 300,000 students throughout the country. Despite the emphasis on technology handwriting and cursive is still emphasized at sacred heart which serves about 200 students in preschool through eighth Grade at its location at 110 Keating drive. Ginger Perry / the Winchester Star sacred heart Academy seventh grader Daniel Danny Lyman 13, of Berryville writes the sentence he had to write for the Zaner Bloser National handwriting Competition. He was recently named a semifinalist and grand National Grade level Champion in the 2015 Zaner Bloser National handwriting contest. Local teens take leadership roles in Virginia deca Andrew Harnik / the associated press a Small plane flies near Manassas regional Airport in Manassas. The plane is among a Fleet of surveillance aircraft operated by the Fri which Are primarily used to target suspects under Federal investigation. Jeff Taylor / the Winchester Star the Winchester Izaak Walton club owns a 157 acre recreational conservation area off Millwood Pike u. S. 50 in Eastern Frederick county where the local group s 900 plus members can enjoy outdoor activities such As fishing and shooting. An sex Board member and gun Range officer is suing the club in Frederick county circuit court Over his expulsion. Report Fri uses surveillance Craft Alex Snapp Isaac Weintz see deca Page a14 see handwriting Page a14 a. Incumbents have Cash advantage ahead of primary Blatter announces he will resign As fifa president see fifa Page a2 see Fri Page a6 Sepp Blatter see Campaign Page a14 decision 2015 Man blames planned audit for ouster officials say unsafe shooting exercise was cause see Izaak Walton Page a7

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