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by CANDICE BOSELY | November 25, 2003
martinsburg@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Family members of a man who died in a head-on collision in March, 2002, and another man seriously injured in the wreck addressed the driver in court Monday, telling him he has not earned their forgiveness. Daniel Scott Pearrell, 28, of Berkeley Station Road in Martinsburg, agreed two months ago to plead no contest to one felony count of driving under the influence causing death. His sentencing hearing was delayed until Monday so probation workers could try to find family members of the victims, who at that time had not been located.
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by DON AINES | October 16, 2003
chambersburg@herald-mail.com SCOTLAND, Pa. - A little star power never hurts in helping to raise funds for a good cause, so Howard Bachman made use of his old school ties to draw a four-star name to kick off the $2.1 million capital campaign for Scotland School for Veterans' Children. Retired Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey, who led the 24th Infantry Division during the first Persian Gulf War and was drug czar during the Clinton administration, is the honorary co-chairman for the campaign and a former West Point classmate of Bachman, who is superintendent of the 108-year-old school for the children of veterans.
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by BONNIE HELLUM BRECHBILL | March 31, 2003
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Sherry Harbel of St. Thomas bowled with a very special teammate Saturday, her "little sister," Ashley, 10. Harbel, a secretary, has been a "big sister" since November, and meets with Ashley once a week to go bowling, shopping or out to eat. Ashley, a Chambersburg fourth-grader, said she likes to go to Harbel's house and go shopping. Harbel and Ashley were matched up through the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program of Franklin County. They bowled with two other teammates at Nellie Fox Bowl at the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake fund-raiser.
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by DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | June 30, 2002
dank@herald-mail.com The sounds of duckpins crashing and high-five slaps filled Turner's Long Meadow Bowl in Hagerstown on Saturday as about 140 bowlers competed in the National Duckpin Youth Championships. The tournament featured the winning bowling teams from regional and state competitions held in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Virginia and Maryland, including a team from Hagerstown's Southside Bowl on Virginia Avenue. "This is the first (local) team to qualify for nationals in several years.
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BY JoEllen Barnhart | March 18, 2002
Trevor grins. It's his turn. His friends and parents cheer "GO TREVOR!" He is here, at the Long Meadow bowling alley, every Saturday morning. Dedicated and determined to do his best. With two hands Trevor carefully selects the best of the brown speckled bowling balls from the return rack. The highly polished bowling alley makes the ten small duckpins look as if they are miles away. But, to this 17-year-old bowling athlete the thought of watching the white bottled shaped pins fall and crash from his toss keeps him focused and smiling.
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March 21, 2001
Bowling tourney to help Big Brothers Big Sisters By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg Big Brothers Big Sisters in Franklin County still needs a few more teams to round out its Bowl For Kids Sake roster later this month. There are about a dozen slots for four- or five-person teams available, said Carey Nunn, Big Brothers Big Sisters area coordinator. Bowl For Kids Sake is the primary fund-raiser for the group, which has been matching at-risk children aged 7 to 16 with adult role models since 1997 in Franklin County.
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March 21, 2001
Franklin Co. Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks bowlers By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg Big Brothers Big Sisters in Franklin County still needs a few more teams to round out its Bowl For Kids Sake roster later this month. There are about a dozen slots for four- or five-person teams available, said Carey Nunn, Big Brothers Big Sisters area coordinator. Bowl For Kids Sake is the primary fund-raiser for the group, which has been matching at-risk children aged 7 to 16 with adult role models since 1997 in Franklin County.
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April 6, 2000
"I am trying to get some cookies, calendars and other things from any Girl Scout leader who is selling the stuff for Girl Scouts. " "I think that the ice skating rink should be transformed into a bowling alley and put the latest video games in and build an additional building closer to the road with large signs. Get a working manager and I bet that the parking lot will not be able to hold the customers in about a year. " "I want to thank the person who found my billfold at Martin's Food Market on Dual Highway and turned it in to the customer service.
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By RICHARD F. BELISLE, Waynesboro | January 6, 2000
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - An early morning fire Thursday caused by faulty wiring destroyed four of the 24 bowling lanes at Sunshine Lanes and Lounge near Rouzerville, a fire department spokesman said. The building at 11924 Buchanan Trail East was empty at the time and there were no injuries. Damage was estimated at $200,000, said John Fleagle, deputy chief of the Blue Ridge Fire Department. He said the cause of the fire was deemed accidental from electrical wires that ran underneath the alleys.
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November 18, 1999
By DAVE McMILLION / Staff Writer, Charles Town photo: KEVIN G. GILBERT / staff photographer CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - A man wearing a ski mask robbed a One Valley Bank branch along U.S. 340 north of Charles Town Thursday morning, according to West Virginia State Police. At around the time of the robbery, a woman who had just left the Shenandoah Lanes bowling alley next door to the bank looked up and saw a man running across the field. The man fell in some weeds, got up and started running again, an employee of the bowling alley said.
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