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April 24, 2005
On April 15, 2005, ROSA-SEDDON DAVIS, formerly of Baltimore, wife of the late Alanson Davis. Daughter of the late James Holmes and the late Rosalie Rutherfoord Holmes. She is survived by her daughter, Martha Davis Kelly, of Hartford, CT, and her son Bruce Barnum Davis, both of Vienna, VA; and two grandchildren. Also two brothers, James Holmes, of Wilmington, DE, and A. Rutherfoord Holmes, of Sykesville, MD. Services will be held in Summit, NJ on Saturday, April 23, 2005. Interment in Nantucket, MA at a later dater.
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By Jonah Goldberg | July 30, 2012
In the aftermath of the Aurora, Colo., slaughter, the question went forth on all of the political chatter shows: "Will this reopen the debate over gun control?" That's the script. When heinous monsters kill people with guns, we tend to talk about the problem of guns. Or rather, people in Washington, New York and other big cities tend to talk about the problem of guns because they think guns are the problem. There's an irony there, of course, given that such cities tend to have the worst gun-related murder rates -- Chicago these days has the equivalent of an Aurora every month -- and they are the places where guns are hardest to come by, legally.
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2012
WASHINGTON — Two service members were among the dozen moviegoers killed Friday in Aurora, Colo., military officials said. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jesse Childress, 29, of Thornton, Colo., and Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class John Larimer, 27, of Crystal Lake, Ill., died in the attack at the Century 16 movie theater. Both were stationed at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora. Another sailor and another airman were wounded in the shootings at the premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises. " Both were treated and released.
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By Dawinder S. Sidhu | July 24, 2012
In the search for answers in the wake of the shootings in Aurora, Colo., authorities have made one curious conclusion about the suspect, James Holmes. The FBI has made clear that Mr. Holmes has no ties to terrorism. This is flat wrong - he is a terrorist. And this label matters. According to the police, Mr. Holmes - armed with an assault rifle and other guns, and ensconced in battle armor - indiscriminately and emotionlessly shot at moviegoers, some of whom were children, and some of whom were trying to escape.
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2012
The suspect in the Colorado movie theater shootings is not and has never been a member of the armed forces, the Pentagon said Friday. Authorities say shooting suspect James Holmes carried an assault rifle, a shotgun and a handgun and wore full body armor during the attack that left 12 dead and dozens injured at the theater in Aurora, Colo. Police say his apartment was rigged with explosives. The Pentagon said two airmen and one sailor were injured in the attack. Another sailor who was known to have been at the theater was unaccounted for. Aurora is home to Buckley Air Force Base, and an hour's drive from the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs.
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing writer | February 18, 1993
The Warriors closed their most successful Maryland Junior Wrestling League regular season by winning two of three matches at a Boys' Latin School quad meet last weekend.The Warriors topped Back River, 64-12, and Boys' Latin, 63-20, and fell to McKim, 46-36.The two wins clinched first place in the Junior League's Navy Division, the first time the Warriors have won a Junior League regular-season title.Against Back River, the Warriors got pins from Kellen Weber (55 pounds), Matt Richard (65)
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing sports writer | January 2, 1991
For the first time in 12 years, the Manchester Wrestling Club is master of its own house.The local youth wrestling group won its Manchester Holiday Tournament last weekend at North Carroll High School for the first time since winning the inaugural affair in 1978.In breaking its 12-year drought, Manchester racked up 315 team points. Dundalk and Randallstown, Baltimore County teams which had maintained a 10-year hammerlock on the tournament championship, were second and third in this year's 12-team field, with 288 and 280 points, respectively.
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | February 23, 1993
Nine-year-old Kody Jenkins of Taneytown won an Elks' Hoop Shoot Maryland-Delaware-Washington free-throw championship Saturday in Frederick.The youngster took the boys' age 8-9 title, when he went 5-for-5 in an overtime shoot-off.Jenkins moves on to the Eastern Regional, scheduled for Charleston, W.Va., on March 19-20.WrestlingThis year, for the first time, two Carroll County teams competed in the championship round of the Maryland Junior Wrestling League.Sunday afternoon, the Warriors and Manchester, who had finished first and second, respectively, in the league's Navy Division, had their chance for glory against the other four top finishers in the Junior League's two divisions at Owings Mills High School.
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | December 10, 1992
Ten Carroll County residents competed in last weekend' Maryland State Special Olympics bowling tournament.Bryan Peeling was fourth and Bruce Mertz fifth in their brackets at the tenpin bowling segment at Kings Point Lanes in Randallstown.Eight others competed in duckpins at Pikesville Fair Lanes.James Norton was third, Jennifer Deboy fifth, Greg Allen second, Stephanie Carpegna fifth, Adam Dunn fourth, Amy Dietrich fourth, Tori Eshelman first, and C. R. Staub sixth in their respective brackets, which are determined by the age and skill level of the participants.
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By Dawinder S. Sidhu | July 24, 2012
In the search for answers in the wake of the shootings in Aurora, Colo., authorities have made one curious conclusion about the suspect, James Holmes. The FBI has made clear that Mr. Holmes has no ties to terrorism. This is flat wrong - he is a terrorist. And this label matters. According to the police, Mr. Holmes - armed with an assault rifle and other guns, and ensconced in battle armor - indiscriminately and emotionlessly shot at moviegoers, some of whom were children, and some of whom were trying to escape.
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2012
WASHINGTON — Two service members were among the dozen moviegoers killed Friday in Aurora, Colo., military officials said. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jesse Childress, 29, of Thornton, Colo., and Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class John Larimer, 27, of Crystal Lake, Ill., died in the attack at the Century 16 movie theater. Both were stationed at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora. Another sailor and another airman were wounded in the shootings at the premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises. " Both were treated and released.
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2012
The suspect in the Colorado movie theater shootings is not and has never been a member of the armed forces, the Pentagon said Friday. Authorities say shooting suspect James Holmes carried an assault rifle, a shotgun and a handgun and wore full body armor during the attack that left 12 dead and dozens injured at the theater in Aurora, Colo. Police say his apartment was rigged with explosives. The Pentagon said two airmen and one sailor were injured in the attack. Another sailor who was known to have been at the theater was unaccounted for. Aurora is home to Buckley Air Force Base, and an hour's drive from the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs.
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April 24, 2005
On April 15, 2005, ROSA-SEDDON DAVIS, formerly of Baltimore, wife of the late Alanson Davis. Daughter of the late James Holmes and the late Rosalie Rutherfoord Holmes. She is survived by her daughter, Martha Davis Kelly, of Hartford, CT, and her son Bruce Barnum Davis, both of Vienna, VA; and two grandchildren. Also two brothers, James Holmes, of Wilmington, DE, and A. Rutherfoord Holmes, of Sykesville, MD. Services will be held in Summit, NJ on Saturday, April 23, 2005. Interment in Nantucket, MA at a later dater.
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup | January 13, 1994
WrestlingThe Manchester Wrestling Club won its Manchester wrestling tournament last weekend, outdistancing 12 other youth wrestling teams from the Baltimore-Washington metro area.Manchester coasted to the team title with 349 points, which are earned when a team's wrestler wins or ties a bout.Owings Mills (formerly Randallstown) finished second with 231. The Warriors were third with 148 1/2 , Francis Scott Key seventh with 104 and Westminster 10th with 77.Carroll County wrestlers placed in one of the first six finishing positions in 17 of the tournament's 18 weight categories.
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | February 23, 1993
Nine-year-old Kody Jenkins of Taneytown won an Elks' Hoop Shoot Maryland-Delaware-Washington free-throw championship Saturday in Frederick.The youngster took the boys' age 8-9 title, when he went 5-for-5 in an overtime shoot-off.Jenkins moves on to the Eastern Regional, scheduled for Charleston, W.Va., on March 19-20.WrestlingThis year, for the first time, two Carroll County teams competed in the championship round of the Maryland Junior Wrestling League.Sunday afternoon, the Warriors and Manchester, who had finished first and second, respectively, in the league's Navy Division, had their chance for glory against the other four top finishers in the Junior League's two divisions at Owings Mills High School.
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing writer | February 18, 1993
The Warriors closed their most successful Maryland Junior Wrestling League regular season by winning two of three matches at a Boys' Latin School quad meet last weekend.The Warriors topped Back River, 64-12, and Boys' Latin, 63-20, and fell to McKim, 46-36.The two wins clinched first place in the Junior League's Navy Division, the first time the Warriors have won a Junior League regular-season title.Against Back River, the Warriors got pins from Kellen Weber (55 pounds), Matt Richard (65)
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | January 5, 1993
The Warriors Wrestling Club finished third and Manchester fourth in this weekend's Manchester Holiday Tournament at North Carroll High.Dundalk and Baltimore-based McKim were first and second, respectively, and Francis Scott Key, the other Carroll entrant, was 10th in the annual youth wrestling tourney's 11-team field from the Baltimore-Washington metro area.Manchester's Tyler Alexander (60), Fran Jackson (65), James Holmes (70), Randy Holmes (90), and Eddy Davis (107) won individual titles as did the Warriors' Justyn Weber (130)
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup | January 13, 1994
WrestlingThe Manchester Wrestling Club won its Manchester wrestling tournament last weekend, outdistancing 12 other youth wrestling teams from the Baltimore-Washington metro area.Manchester coasted to the team title with 349 points, which are earned when a team's wrestler wins or ties a bout.Owings Mills (formerly Randallstown) finished second with 231. The Warriors were third with 148 1/2 , Francis Scott Key seventh with 104 and Westminster 10th with 77.Carroll County wrestlers placed in one of the first six finishing positions in 17 of the tournament's 18 weight categories.
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | January 5, 1993
The Warriors Wrestling Club finished third and Manchester fourth in this weekend's Manchester Holiday Tournament at North Carroll High.Dundalk and Baltimore-based McKim were first and second, respectively, and Francis Scott Key, the other Carroll entrant, was 10th in the annual youth wrestling tourney's 11-team field from the Baltimore-Washington metro area.Manchester's Tyler Alexander (60), Fran Jackson (65), James Holmes (70), Randy Holmes (90), and Eddy Davis (107) won individual titles as did the Warriors' Justyn Weber (130)
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | December 10, 1992
Ten Carroll County residents competed in last weekend' Maryland State Special Olympics bowling tournament.Bryan Peeling was fourth and Bruce Mertz fifth in their brackets at the tenpin bowling segment at Kings Point Lanes in Randallstown.Eight others competed in duckpins at Pikesville Fair Lanes.James Norton was third, Jennifer Deboy fifth, Greg Allen second, Stephanie Carpegna fifth, Adam Dunn fourth, Amy Dietrich fourth, Tori Eshelman first, and C. R. Staub sixth in their respective brackets, which are determined by the age and skill level of the participants.
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