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POLICE Watch

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JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE   Sept. 16 10:22 a.m. County Route 230, accident, report taken 11:08 a.m. Wright Brothers Way, destruction of property, report taken 1:54 p.m. Wide Horizon Boulevard, counterfeiting, report taken 9:02 p.m. Martins, shoplifting, arrest   Sept. 17 No calls   Sept. 18 10:46 a.m. Oak Ridge Drive, breaking and entering/grand larceny, […]

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EDITORIAL

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Internet on the outs You must give Verizon some credit for laying its cards flat on the table for the three judges of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to see ahead of their decision about whether to uphold the company’s appeal of the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order, which we know of as […]

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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Obamacare and Morrisey In a recent Op-Ed in Forbes entitled “How Obamacare Makes Theft Of Your Identity More Likely,” West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey stated, “the Obama administration doled out tens of millions of dollars to community groups across the country… It’s the President’s gift to some of his grassroots allies. And it could […]

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Worth Noting

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“Bureaucracy is not in principle a social institution; nor are all institutions that reduce information by excluding some kinds or sources necessarily bureaucracies. Schools may exclude dianetics and astrology; courts exclude hearsay evidence. They do so for substantive reasons having to do with the theories on which these institutions are based. But bureaucracy has no […]

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WILLIAMSON (AP) — A judge who had his own table at a now-shuttered coffee shop faces federal conspiracy charges that could send him to prison. A prosecutor is accused of “egregious misconduct” and could lose his law license. And recent allegations have tainted the legacy of a charming yet hard-charging sheriff slain three months into […]

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In a JAM

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In a JAM
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Safety first

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Safety first
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CHARLES TOWN – The inaugural Walk Against Domestic Violence will take place Oct. 5 in Charles Town at 10 a.m. in the parking lot of the Charles Town Police Department. Pat Greenley, the event’s lead organizer, is currently seeking walkers, vendors, sponsors and volunteers to help raise awareness of the problem of domestic violence, along […]

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BRYAN CLARK Spirit Staff CHARLES TOWN – Dozens of firefighters from Jefferson, Berkeley and Loudoun counties responded to a house fire in a residential section of Charles Town at around 1:00 this afternoon. There were no injuries in the fire, though two cats died. One firefighter was examined by paramedics for heat exhaustion at the scene […]

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