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Journey of Hope bicyclists Bryce Whitehill, left, of Denver, CO, and Kevin Bachar of Orange County, CA, take part in a dinner sponsored by the Rotary Club at Rocky Gap State Park during the team’s stop in Cumberland Wednesday evening. Organized by Push America, the cross-country cycling trek, which began in San Francisco on June 1 and will conclude August 2 in Washington, DC, raises funds and awareness on behalf of people with disabilities. The 35 members of the 2014 Journey of Hope team have committed to raising at least $5,500 each.
- Journey of Hope to raise over $500,000 for charity
- NIH scientists find new genetic risk factors for Parkinson’s
- Housing Authority employees charged with felony theft
- Possible agreement reached between firefighters and city
- Many migrant children relocating with family
- LaVale woman earns First Year Teacher Award
- Garrett County pre-K providers to receive $42,000 in grants
- Trapping instruction scheduled
- Learn to hunt small game
- Off-road vehicle trail plan moves forward
Miami's Pat Riley: "We are up to the challenge. We're going to be as competitive as anybody in the Eastern Conference."
Riley insists Heat will be competitive
MIAMI — One of the last things Miami Heat President Pat Riley told LeBron James before free agency began this summer was that he would be selling potential players on the notion of playing alongside a four-time NBA MVP.
- Speedy Steelers rookie making quick impression
- Orioles say they won’t dangle young arms for trade
- Stotler’s hit lifts Post 13 to 5-3 win
- Bosley returning to Southern sideline
- Casselman beats North Side, 9-1
- Riley insists Heat will be competitive
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If we don’t sell it to them, somebody else will
The front page article on coal exports by AP writer Dina Cappiello is one of the most asinine and biased “news” articles I’ve read (“Not in my backyard: U.S. sending dirty coal abroad,” July 29 Times-News, Page 1A).
- Research cost of watershed plan before implementing it
- ‘Prayers in the Park’ event slated Aug. 18 in Johnstown
- Not a villain
- Other groups get county funds, so should CHCO
- No public funding for extremist organization
- If we don’t sell it to them, somebody else will
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