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March 27, 2000
New Windsor Volunteer Fire Company installed new officers at its annual banquet. Administrative officers are: Drew Strine, president; Richard Hooper, vice president; Jack Coe, treasurer; Ed Palsgrove, assistant treasurer; Gail Hooper, corresponding secretary; Penny Strine, assistant corresponding secretary; Barbara Blacksten, financial secretary; Thomas Holland, assistant financial secretary; Neal Roop, chaplain; and Wayne Blacksten, historian. Line officers are: Rick Fritz, fire chief; Byron Welker, assistant fire chief; Jeff Lease, captain; Jeff Fritz, lieutenant; Mike Moser, 2nd lieutenant; Marcy Munshaur, ambulance captain; Thomas Coe, ambulance lieutenant; Jack Coe, second ambulance lieutenant; and Dan Fritz, sergeant.
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January 3, 2007
Gunshot victim is city's 275th homicide of '06 A 37-year-old man who was shot in April and died in November was classified late last month as the city's 275th homicide victim in 2006, police said yesterday. The man was shot about 1 a.m. in the 3900 block of W. Forest Park Ave. on April 26, and was hospitalized for several months before he died, police said. His name was not released because family members have not yet been notified, a police spokesman said. The city ended 2006 with six more homicides than the previous year, according to police statistics.
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May 9, 1997
Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company recently installed officers for 1997 at its banquet.Administrative officers are: Robert Rill, president; Steve Hardesty, first vice president; Kevin Hann, second vice president; Gary Wheeler, recording secretary, and Carrie Hale, assistant; Raymond Rill Jr., treasurer, and Todd Mitchell, assistant; Dennis Wroten, financial secretary, and David Brown, assistant; Bayard Bollinger, chaplain.Fire line officers are: Raymond Rill Jr., chief, and David Brown, assistant; Scott Therit, captain; Steve Hardesty, first lieutenant; Jeff Lowe, second lieutenant.
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By Arin Gencer and Arin Gencer,Sun Reporter | November 19, 2006
A few months after announcing a former financial secretary's embezzlement of more than $200,000 in funds, Carroll County school officials rolled out a set of proposed reforms that would increase checks on school-based account transactions. Gathered in a local hotel conference room, administrators and financial secretaries from all levels spent about two hours reviewing the proposed changes, which included more frequent deposits of money designated for school-based accounts and a new Web site that would allow club advisers and teachers to monitor their balances.
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February 19, 1999
The New Windsor Fire and Hose Company installed new officers at its recent annual banquet.Administrative officers are Drew Strine, president; Richard Hooper, vice president; Jack Coe, treasurer; Jay Gullo, assistant treasurer; Gail Hooper, corresponding secretary; Penny Strine, assistant corresponding secretary; Barbara Blacksten, financial secretary; Thomas Holland, assistant financial secretary; and Neal Roop, chaplain.Line officers are Ronnie Blacksten, fire chief; Rick Fritz, assistant fire chief; Byron Welker, captain; Jeff Blacksten, lieutenant; Jeff Lease, second lieutenant; Scott Lowman, ambulance captain; Thomas Coe, ambulance lieutenant; Felix Hill, second ambulance lieutenant.
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February 24, 1999
The Manchester Fire Engine and Hook & Ladder Company installed new officers recently at its annual banquet.Administrative officers for 1999 are: Gary L. Eppley, president; Robert Wheeler, 1st vice president; Steve Miller, 2nd vice president; Anna Rae Marshall, secretary, and Elwin Wagner, assistant; Ralph Dull, treasurer, and Harvey Nott, assistant; Richard Dell, financial secretary, and Malcolm Helwig, assistant financial secretary.The directors are: Chris Horrigan, Clyde Kreitzer, Mike Moxley, Brian Graf, Jamie Horrigan.
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January 3, 2007
Gunshot victim is city's 275th homicide of '06 A 37-year-old man who was shot in April and died in November was classified late last month as the city's 275th homicide victim in 2006, police said yesterday. The man was shot about 1 a.m. in the 3900 block of W. Forest Park Ave. on April 26, and was hospitalized for several months before he died, police said. His name was not released because family members have not yet been notified, a police spokesman said. The city ended 2006 with six more homicides than the previous year, according to police statistics.
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By GINA DAVIS and GINA DAVIS,SUN REPORTER | August 16, 2006
A former Carroll County school financial secretary is facing charges of embezzling more than $200,000 during the past seven years from South Carroll High in what school officials and prosecutors described yesterday as an elaborate scheme that involved doctoring deposit receipts. Wendy Sue Bowers, 39, of the 3800 block of Walnut Grove Road in Taneytown, has been charged in eight felony counts with scheming to steal $206,564 since the 1999-2000 school year. Each count carries a possible 15-year sentence and $25,000 fine.
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By Laura Cadiz and Laura Cadiz,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2000
A longtime member of the Maryland Line Volunteer Fire Company died yesterday after being struck by a car on Interstate 83 while trying to assist in the rescue of a woman in an overturned vehicle. Bob Humphrey, 62, of Parkton, heard the call about an overturned vehicle on southbound I-83 around 9:20 a.m. and responded to the scene to help out, even though he wasn't called, said state Trooper Lee Link of the Golden Ring barrack. Humphrey had parked his car on the right shoulder of northbound I-83 and was walking across the highway to the accident scene when he was struck by a car in northbound fast lane, Link said.
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April 17, 2000
The Hampstead Volunteer Fire Engine and Hose Company installed officers at its annual banquet Saturday. Administrative officers are: Robert R. Rill, president; Edgar M. Stagner, first vice president; James J. Reilly Jr., second vice president; Gary F. Wheeler, recording secretary; Amy L. Reilly, assistant recording secretary; Michael J. Quinn, treasurer; Carrie L. Hale, assistant treasurer; Dennis A. Rhoten, financial secretary; David J. Brown, assistant...
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March 27, 2000
New Windsor Volunteer Fire Company installed new officers at its annual banquet. Administrative officers are: Drew Strine, president; Richard Hooper, vice president; Jack Coe, treasurer; Ed Palsgrove, assistant treasurer; Gail Hooper, corresponding secretary; Penny Strine, assistant corresponding secretary; Barbara Blacksten, financial secretary; Thomas Holland, assistant financial secretary; Neal Roop, chaplain; and Wayne Blacksten, historian. Line officers are: Rick Fritz, fire chief; Byron Welker, assistant fire chief; Jeff Lease, captain; Jeff Fritz, lieutenant; Mike Moser, 2nd lieutenant; Marcy Munshaur, ambulance captain; Thomas Coe, ambulance lieutenant; Jack Coe, second ambulance lieutenant; and Dan Fritz, sergeant.
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December 27, 1999
The Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company installed new officers for 2000 at its annual banquet Dec. 20.Administrative officers are: Michael Clapsaddle, president; Donald Shoemaker, 1st vice president; Doug Bare, 2nd vice president; Randy Tracey, recording secretary; Charles Parrish, financial secretary; James Parker, treasurer and Robert Trankley, assistant; Craig Austin, Wayne Staley, Moe Parrish, members-at-large; Wayne Staley, James Haines, county delegates.Line...
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February 24, 1999
The Manchester Fire Engine and Hook & Ladder Company installed new officers recently at its annual banquet.Administrative officers for 1999 are: Gary L. Eppley, president; Robert Wheeler, 1st vice president; Steve Miller, 2nd vice president; Anna Rae Marshall, secretary, and Elwin Wagner, assistant; Ralph Dull, treasurer, and Harvey Nott, assistant; Richard Dell, financial secretary, and Malcolm Helwig, assistant financial secretary.The directors are: Chris Horrigan, Clyde Kreitzer, Mike Moxley, Brian Graf, Jamie Horrigan.
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