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Winchester Star (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Winchester, VirginiaSee us on the web wow. Winchester Star. Com 75� saturday March 2 1, 2 0 15 119th year no. 219 Winchester Virginia 22601 the Winchester Star weekend edition on Winchester Star. Com want to know where crimes Are being committed in Winchester or Frederick county visit the crime logs on our website. By Ahmed Al Haj associated press Dubai United Arab emirate s suicide bombers attacked a pair of mosques Friday in the yemeni capital unleashing monstrous blasts that ripped through worshippers and killed 137 people in the deadliest assault yet targeting shiite rebels who have taken Over Large parts of the rapidly fragmenting nation. At least 13 children were among the dead. A purported affiliate of the islamic state group claimed responsibility for the bombings which also wounded 357 people raising the alarming possibility the extremist group has expanded its presence to Yemen after already setting up a Branch in Libya. Earlier this week the group claimed responsibility for a bloody attack on Western tourists in Tunisia that authorities said was carried by Val Van meter the Winchester Star Winchester at his new winery on Middle Road in Frederick county James Charles Bogaty is passing on a heritage he got from his Grandfather Down to his children and grandchildren. The James Charles winery located about a mile South of a. 37 at 4063 Middle Road is now a Skeleton building with tre Lising for soon to be planted Chenin Blanc grapes and a driveway sign. But Bogaty can already envision the tasting room that will serve distinctive european style wines coming from fruit grown on the 17 acre parcel. This is the third wine business Bogaty and his wife Della have started since she persuaded him to forget about cattle during one of his periodic retirements. He wanted a farm and Della told him you like to drink wine. Why Don t you put some grapes in the ground and so Vera mar Vineyard in Clarke county was born. It s been 20 years since the first Norton grapes were planted at Vera mar s location on Quarry Road in Clarke county. Since then Bogaty has also opened the Bogati Bodega winery in Loudoun county. Along with son Justin the family s winemaker he has brought Home Many prizes for Vera mar s wide variety of wines. The Bogaty family s growth in the wine Industry parallels what s going on across the state in viticulture. Grape growing is the fastest growing segment of the Virginia agriculture Industry according to Katie Hellebush executive director of the Virginia wine Council. The state has More than 250 wineries she added and could have As Many As 300 by the end of the year. Grape growing and win making pumps $ 750 million into the by Val Van meter the Winchester Star Richmond Josephine Street was unanimously accepted thursday for the Virginia Register of historic places after scrutiny by the Virginia historic resources Board and the state review Board. Both boards sent the nomination on to the National Park service for inclusion on the National Register of historic places. Clermont foundation president Robert Stieg who attended the meeting in Richmond said he was impressed by the comments from Board members after the nomination was explained. No other nominations got such commendations he added. Stieg said one member of the historic resources Board hrs said it was the m of t striking application he had read As a Board member because of the Story behind it. The Story of Josephine City is unique according to Alison Teetor natural resources planner for Clarke county. After the civil War Ellen Mccormick who had inherited Clermont farm from her husband wanted to sell off 31 acres Stieg explained. After failing twice to Deal the by Maria Cheng and Raphael Satter associated press Geneva by Early june of last year the ebola epidemic in West Africa was the deadliest Ever recorded. There weren t enough Beds for patients and Many were refusing to seek treatment driving the outbreak underground. Senior staffers in Africa at the world health organization raised the Prospect of declaring an International emergency. The answer from who s Geneva Headquarters wait. According to internal emails and documents obtained by the associated press the u. N. Health Agency resisted sounding the International alarm until August a two month delay that some argue May have Cost lives. More than 10,000 Are believed to have been killed by the virus since who announced the outbreak a year ago. Who has acknowledged acting too slowly to control the ebola epidemic. In its defense the Agency says the virus spread was unprecedented and blames factors including Lack of resources and intelligence from the Field. Internal documents obtained by a however show who s top leaders were informed of How dire the situation was. But they held off on declaring an emergency in part because it could have angered the countries involved interfered with their mining interests or re Josephine Street accepted for state historic Register saturday in the Star Jeff Taylor / the Winchester Star Jim Bogaty owner of Vera mar Vineyard in Clarke county is building the James Charles winery on Middle Road near Orchard View elementary school. Grape grower expands with Frederick Vineyard More than 130 killed in Yemen mosque bombings see Josephine Page a6 see winery Page a6 Clarke county by Nick Anderson and t. Rees Shapiro � 2015 the Washington Post Charlottes Ville c h a n Ting Black lives matter and raising their fists More than 100 Afri Ca n Amer in an students walked out of a meeting with Law enforcement officials Here Friday As the University of Virginia Community expressed growing frustration in the quest for answers about this week s violent arrest of a Black student. The meeting in u. A. S Newcomb Hall aimed to give students a Chance to question local police chiefs and Virginia s Secretary of Public safety and Homeland Security two Days after cellphone videos and photographs showed student Martese Johnson with his face covered in blood As White officers held him to the ground. The officers with the state department of alcoholic beverage control took the 20 year old into custody Early wednesday on Misdemeanour charges of obstruction of Justice and Public intoxication after a bouncer refused to let him into Trinity Irish pub. Images of Johnson went viral through social Media and have rocked the prestigious 23,000 student Public University. In Cour t documents an Abc s p e c i a l a g e n t d described Johnson As very agitated and belligerent at the time of the arrest. But the students who packed Friday s meeting were irate. And Many suggested that the Case reflects a pattern of racial Bias at u. A. And elsewhere across the country. It came at a time of heightened awareness of racial profiling and amid widespread criticism of anger grows at u. A. After Black student s arrest emails Agency resisted declaring ebola emergency see ebola Page a2 Hani Mohammed / the associated press shiite rebels stand near a damaged car after see be m e Page a8 a bomb attack in Sanaa Yemen on Friday. See student Page a8 Martese Johnson More than 10,000 people Are believed to have been killed by the ebola virus since the world health organization announced an outbreak a year ago. Josephine Street historic area Josephine school and museum downtown Berryville buc Marsh Street main Street Berryville graphics Josephine Street Byrd Avenue station Road South Church Street Jack Enders Boulevard Kevin Olmstead / the Winchester Star Norfolk Southern r. R. 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