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By TRISH RUDDER | May 27, 2010
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- The Berkeley Springs man who drowned in a swimming pool Wednesday afternoon was helping to clean it, West Virginia State Police said Thursday. Dwan "Punch" Waitman Farris, 76, fell into a friend's pool at 78 Fairfax Lane in Berkeley Springs about 5:30 p.m., Berkeley Springs Detachment Commander Sgt. Scott E. Davis said Thursday. Davis said Farris fell into the pool about 5:30 p.m. while he was cleaning it. Davis said the pool was filled with water and was 7 1/2 feet deep at one end. The cause of death was ruled accidental drowning by Morgan County Medical Examiner Christy Duckwall, according to a news release.
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NEWS
February 2, 2001
Berkeley Springs past Hancock boys By BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - His own gym had turned into a sea of madness, but Berkeley Springs guard Mark Rockwell remained calm Thursday night. The placid senior made two free throws with four seconds to play, giving the Indians a 68-66 victory over Hancock that certainly looked like a loss. "I wasn't going to worry about all the ones I have missed," said Rockwell, a shaky 54 percent free-throw shooter.
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By JACK HILL III | November 5, 2005
HANCOCK - The Berkeley Springs football team secured a berth in the West Virginia playoffs with a 39-14 win over the Hancock Panthers on Friday night. "Our kids knew that their backs were against the wall," Berkeley Springs coach Angelo Luvara said. "They knew that if they didn't win, then their season would be over. All of our players have done everything that we have asked since Aug. 1. That was the kids' number one goal at the start of the year: To make the playoffs. We have made the playoffs; now we'll see what we can do. " Cody Hess ran for 137 yards on 11 carries for an average of 12.5 yards per carry for Berkeley Springs (5-5)
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by BILL STERNER/Staff Correspondent | September 25, 2004
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - It was Berkeley Springs football coach Angelo Luvara at his most enigmatic. Defiant. Patient. Analytical. Most of all, combative throughout most of the first half as he cajoled, praised and finally smiled at his much beleaguered defensive unit that had been mostly offensive in their play the last three outings. But not tonight. Berkeley Springs (2-2) righted the ship, giving up only one big play to Petersburg while marquee quarterback Tony Belt threw for 157 first-half yards, allowing the Indians to race away from the Vikings 45-6 Friday evening.
NEWS
December 22, 2004
Jan. 14 and 15: Wild Women Weekend featuring holiday weekend activities at Coolfont Resort. Call 800-888-8768. Jan. 14: Art Walk, 5:30 p.m. at the Mountain Laurel; gallery opening reception for the "Fowl Weather Friends" exhibit, 7:30 p.m. at the Ice House. Jan. 21 to 23: Square Dance Weekend at Cacapon State Park. Call 800-225-5982. Jan. 22: Wine and Dine with the W.Va. Winemaster, Dr. Wilson Ward, at the Highlawn Inn. Call 304-258-5700. Jan. 25 to 27: Auditions for Ice House Theater project's production of "Romeo & Juliet," 6:30 p.m. at the Ice House.
NEWS
March 25, 1997
By MARK KELLER Staff Writer MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The rule in Dennis Etherington's dugout is that the equipment isn't packed until the final out is made. It's a good thing the Martinsburg coach enforces that rule, because the Bulldogs could have easily packed it in early Tuesday. Instead, No. 5 Martinsburg hung around and scored six runs in the fourth inning to tie the game, then scored the winning run on an error in the bottom of the sixth to beat Berkeley Springs, 8-7, at P.O. Faulkner Park.
LIFESTYLE
By CRYSTAL SCHELLE | crystal.schelle@herald-mail.com | August 5, 2012
Call Jeremy Unger a modern-day picker. Most days the 20-year-old Berkeley Springs, W.Va., man can be found scouring flea markets, yard sales or diving into a Dumpster to find one man's trash and turn into another man's treasure. But Unger doesn't shy away from using eBay as another source to make some money. "I'll buy something for $2 and sell it all-day for $20," he said. Because the bottom line is to make profit. "It doesn't even have to be antique, just anything I know I can make money on," he said.
NEWS
October 18, 2008
Mountain Ridge 42, Berkeley Springs 0 FROSTBURG, Md. -- Braxton Brodie and Matt Farris each rushed for two touchdowns for Mountain Ridge, which led Berkeley Springs 28-0 at halftime. Berkeley Springs (1-6) finished with minus-3 yards on the ground and committed four turnovers.
NEWS
May 2, 2008
A Courthouse Sampler quilt made by Berkeley Springs, W.Va., resident Susan Waugh is one of more than 30 quilts made by members of the Delectable Mountains Quilt Guild on display at the Ice House Gallery in Berkeley Springs. Waugh is a member of the quilt guild's new evening group, said Cheryl Rink, the quilt guild president. The show opens with a meet-the-quilters reception at 7:30 tonight and will hang through June 1.
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March 18, 2008
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - A program to help build strong and healthy families by working in art with mothers and their young children, offers classes at the Ice House on every Thursday and Saturday through May 29. Classes may be attended individually or as a series. For more information about Art from the Start or to register, contact the Morgan Arts Council at 304-258-2300.
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