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By DAN KAUFFMAN | April 3, 2010
In Katy Barnhart's final two seasons as a player on Smithsburg's girls basketball team, the Leopards reached the state tournament in 2002 and 2003. It took Barnhart two seasons as head coach to return Smithsburg back to the state tournament for the first time since her senior year. "It was an amazing experience," said Barnhart, the 2010 Herald-Mail Washington County Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. The Leopards went 21-4 overall and 11-1 in the MVAL Antietam to win the conference title before advancing all the way to the Maryland Class 1A state final for the first time since 2002.
NEWS
September 26, 1997
By DAVE McMILLION Staff Writer HANCOCK - A woman was rushed to Washington County Hospital Thursday night after being shot, and police scoured the highways looking for her assailants, Maryland State Police said. Initial reports indicated the woman, whose identity was not released, may have been shot in the head, said Maryland State Police Cpl. G.L. Barnhart. The woman was "conscious and talking" when she arrived at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, said Barnhart.
NEWS
by GREGORY T. SIMMONS | April 7, 2005
University System of Maryland at Hagerstown officials on Wednesday announced that their first fund-raiser for the new downtown campus, which will be held on April 22. Campus Associate Director JoEllen Barnhart said the fund-raiser, which is being billed as the grand opening celebration, is the first effort to start a scholarship fund for the campus. Barnhart said officials hope to net $40,000 from the $125-per-ticket event. The money will help push officials toward their $250,000 fund-raising goal for the year, but campus officials hope to broaden their fund-raising efforts later, Barnhart said.
NEWS
November 25, 2000
South Africa trip opens park ranger's eyes By ANDREA BROWN-HURLEY / Staff Writer THURMONT, Md. - U.S. Park Ranger Michael Barnhart wasn't too worried about the spitting cobras, but the rhino made him nervous. Wild animals were part of the agenda in September at the International Ranger Federation's Third World Congress in South Africa. A $2,000 Albright-Wirth grant enabled Barnhart to spend eight days at Kruger National Park with 325 other rangers from 52 countries to discuss the role of the ranger beyond 2000.
NEWS
April 10, 2012
Cats Adult DSH, male, orange, found at Sharpsburg Pike and Md. 68 in Fairplay Adult DSH, male, black and white, found at Barnhart and St. Paul roads in Clear Spring Young DSH, male, gray and black, found at Barnhart and St. Paul roads in Clear Spring Young DSH, male, brown and black, found  at Barnhart and St. Paul roads in Clear Spring Adult DSH, female, brown and black, found in the Ringgold area near Smithsburg ...
NEWS
by ERIN JULIUS | June 8, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - A Hagerstown man charged with killing his girlfriend's baby in January appeared Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court for a motions hearing to suppress a statement he made about the death. Floyd Edward Bingaman III, 21, of 17308 Amber Drive, faces a charge of first-degree murder, among other charges, in the Jan. 6 death of 4-month-old Justice Calvin Stotler. Bingaman is being represented by former Frederick County State's Attorney Scott L. Rolle. The Washington County Sheriff's Department alleges in charging documents that Bingaman, who was Ashley Stotler's boyfriend at the time, shook the baby and banged his head while his mother took a shower earlier that evening.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | March 30, 2009
ROCKVILLE, Md. -- A hearing to suppress statements made by Douglas Wayne Pryor before his upcoming death penalty trial continued Monday in Montgomery County Circuit Court. Monday's proceedings centered on a police investigator's interview with Pryor in Washington County Hospital on Dec. 20, 2007. Pryor is charged with first-degree murder in the Dec. 19, 2007, stabbing death of his former girlfriend, Alison Munson, and in the shooting death later that day of Smithsburg Police Officer Christopher Nicholson.
NEWS
June 5, 1997
By MARLO BARNHART Staff Writer A defense effort to reduce first-degree murder charges against Roland Louis Garde Jr. failed Wednesday during a preliminary hearing for the man, who is accused of shooting his wife on May 5 at their Garis Shop Road home. Washington County Circuit Judge Ralph France found probable cause to hold him on all charges in the death of Suzanne Garde. Roland Garde, 38, was ordered jailed without bond pending trial in Washington County Circuit Court.
NEWS
By JOSHUA BOWMAN | January 17, 2008
WASHINGTON COUNTY - Security was tight Wednesday for a preliminary hearing in Washington County District Court for a man charged in the Dec. 19, 2007, stabbing death of his former girlfriend and the fatal shooting of a Smithsburg Police officer. Washington County District Judge Ralph H. France II found at the end of the hearing that there was sufficient evidence to send Douglas Wayne Pryor's case to Circuit Court. Pryor, 29, of Smithsburg is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Smithsburg Police Officer Christopher Shane Nicholson and second-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of Alison Munson.
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NEWS
August 23, 2013
The Berkeley County Council this week informally endorsed an effort to extend the Eastern Panhandle Recreational Trail west through parkland that the county owns. Councilman Jim Barnhart was appointed Thursday by council President Anthony J. “Tony” Petrucci to explore the viability of creating a pathway through Charlotte Prather Park. The park, next to P.O. Faulkner Park in Martinsburg, is home to the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Girl's Softball League. The homefield for American Legion and Martinsburg High School baseball teams are also part of the athletic complex.
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OBITUARIES
August 10, 2013
Bonnie S. Ewing, 58, of Hagerstown died Friday, Aug. 9, 2013, at home, with her husband by her side. She was born Tuesday, May 10, 1955, in West Chester, Pa., the daughter of the late Harvey and Mary (Eaton) Blyman. Bonnie graduated from Aberdeen High School and attended college for two years. She was employed by Washington County Hospital Hospitality for about 10 years and by Washington County Human Development as a medical technician for 14 years. Bonnie started a grief support group for survivors of murder victims.
OBITUARIES
August 7, 2013
Raymond E. "Ray" Barnhart, 51, of Hagerstown, Md., passed into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior at his home on Aug. 1, 2013. Born Jan. 15, 1962, in Hagerstown, he was the son of Eva Bihlear of Hagerstown. Ray was a 1981 graduate of North Hagerstown High School. He was previously employed by People's Drug Store. Ray served in the U.S. Marine Corps, and was a volunteer for Community Rescue Service and local fire companies for several years. He was an avid coin collector and a member of Phi Theta Kappa Society.
LIFESTYLE
April 19, 2013
William and Kay Barnhart of Hagerstown celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their sons and family at Old South Mountain Inn in Boonsboro.  After enjoying a wonderful dinner, they were surprised with a beautiful anniversary cake baked and decorated by Mrs. Barnhart's sister, Karen Cronise. The Barnharts were married Nov. 3, 1962, by Pastor Harold Lehman, Mr. Barnhart's uncle, at Northside Mennonite Church in Hagerstown. Mrs. Barnhart is the former Kay Lorraine Andrews, and the daughter of the late Charles and Ruth Andrews.
OBITUARIES
April 16, 2013
Esther Geneva Barnhart, 86, of Hancock, died Wednesday, April 10, 2013, at her home. Born March 20, 1927, in Hancock, she was the daughter of the late Simon and Cora Mae Bivens Younker, and widow of Harry "Ike" Barnhart, who died April 24, 2000. She was a member of Orchard Ridge First Church of God, and a member of Webster B. Harrison American Legion Post 26 Ladies Auxiliary. She is survived by one daughter, Janice Fink Hancock; two sons, Leroy Barnhart and Edward Barnhart, both of Hancock, one sister, Ida Hart of Hagerstown, Md.; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | February 17, 2013
This is one of the very few times you will see the name Adam Barnhart in the sports section. Unfortunately, you won't get the chance to read how Adam ran for the winning touchdown, touched them all after hitting a home run or even used a feathery touch to drain a winning basket. Adam is confined to a wheelchair and never has had the chance to make those kinds of sports memories. You will never see Adam quoted in story, because he doesn't speak. And yet, Adam has a touch that most everyone wishes they possessed.
OBITUARIES
February 6, 2013
James R. "Tink" Barnhart Sr., 75, of Warfordsburg, Pa., died Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, at his home. A memorial service will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Hancock Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Don Preston and the Rev. Robert D. Smith Sr. will officiate. A military service will be conducted by the Tri-State Honor Guard.
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