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Frederick County Report, August 10 - 23, 2012

Frederick County Report, August 10 - 23, 2012

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Frederick County Report is the local newspaper for all of Frederick County and Winchester City, Virginia.
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Serving all ofFrederick Countyand Winchester City
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August 10 - 23
, 2012 Volume IV, Issue 16
Slice o style
A trip tothe Badlands
Local man inventsthe Man-PACK
Te battle begins
 
Page 2 • Frederick County Report • August 10 - 23, 2012Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
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Politics
By Jonathan LucciFrederick County ReportSummers in a presidential election year are usually thought o as a quietperiod in between the civil wars o primaries and the time ater LaborDay when most voters truly ocusin on the choices or the all. Tissummer, in our world o 24 hournews coverage and non-stop poll-ing, neither Governor Romney norPresident Obama have taken mucho a break. Still, with the partys’nominating conventions still severalweeks o and with plenty o time toanalyze the inevitable showdown atthe national level, it is a good time totake a look at the races that will ap-pear a little arther down the ballothere in northwestern Virginia.Te Senate race between ormergovernor im Kaine and ormer USsenator George Allen continues to bealmost impossible to predict, as thenumbers now look almost identicalto the numbers as they existed sixmonths ago. A brand new CBS/New York imes/Quinnipiac survey putsDemocrat Kaine ahead by 2 pointsover Allen with a 48 to 46 mar-gin. Te same poll ound PresidentObama leading Governor Romney 49to 45. Ater barrages by presidentialcampaigns, both Senate campaigns,both national parties and a myriad o outside groups the race is still dead-locked. Tis reality, at both the sen-ate and presidential level seems toindicate that despite the controversy over the shocking amount o money being spent on these elections, therace remains a toss-up. Whileneither side is likely to decrease theirspending here in Virginia, it is clearthat money alone is simply not mov-ing the numbers much at all.While both campaigns will con-tinue to target undecided voters withmessaging it seems evident that therace will be so close on Election Day that it will be largely a turnout battleand both senate campaigns have lim-its to how much they can get away rom the men at the top o the ballot.With a small sliver o undecided vot-ers let, it is likely that the unavor-able opinion o Governor Romney being seen among independent vot-ers in most polls can only hurt Al-len. In the same way though, Kainelikely has a certain ceiling keepinghis numbers down because o his tiesto a President seen as weak on thenumber one issue acing voters, theeconomy.While the senate race is still as di-cult to predict as the presidentialelection, the campaign or the 10thCongressional district will requirea bigger surprise to upend expecta-tions. While Northern Virginia hasamously become dramatically moreertile ground or Democrats in re-cent years (i.e Obama 2008), thoseeects are not necessarily enoughto unseat long-time CongressmanFrank Wol. Democratic candidateand ormer ederal prosecutor Kris-tin Cabral does have a ormidable re-sume but lags behind the Congress-man in undraising and is acing theunenviable task o unseating a popu-lar incumbent. In a political climatethat is toxic or political insiders andlong-time incumbents like Congress-man Wol, running or his 17th term,Cabral does have an opportunity topaint hersel as independent reorm-er. Tat message has been ront andcenter so ar or the challenger. Yetwhile the demographics o this regionare certainly undergoing quite a bit o change—and the Democratic base islikely to be stoked by the President’sname at the top o the ballot—it willtake quite a bit to topple Wol whohas served in congress since 1981.Both the local senate and con-gressional campaigns are likely toheat up even urther as the all ap-proaches and both will certainly hitthe airwaves and launch turnout op-erations. Yet none o the races downthe ballot here in northern Virginiacan escape the magnetic pull o thetop o the ballot. For better or worse,the battle between Governor Rom-ney and President Obama will haveas much to say about the results o these other races as the participantsthemselves.
State and local candidates are battling in their own races while dealing withthe unpredictable impact of the presidential campaign. From left are (U.S. Sen-ate candidates) former Gov. Tim Kaine (D), former Sen. George Allen (R), 10thDistrict Rep. Frank Wolf (R) and former federal prosecutor Kristin Cabral (candi-dates for the House.)
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 August 10 - 23, 2012 Frederick County Report Page 3Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
Community 
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Stuart L. Simpson
Stuart Lester Simpson, age 55, o Gore, Virginia, diedSaturday, August 4, 2012, at his home. Memorialcontributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice,333 West Cork St., Suite 405, Winchester, VA 22601or the Frederick County Esther Boyd Animal Shelter,161 Ft. Collier Road, Winchester, VA 22603.
Anna Marie Haines
Anna Marie Haines, 85, o Winchester, Virginia, died Wednesday, August 1, 2012, in Winchester Medi-cal Center. Memorial contributions may be made toRound Hill United Methodist Church, 2993 North- western Pike, Winchester, Virginia 22603 or RoundHill Fire and Rescue Company, 769 Round Hill Road, Winchester, Virginia 22625.
Peter E. Crosby 
Peter Elwood Crosby, 66, o Winchester, Virginia,died Monday, July 30, 2012, in his home. Memorialcontributions may be made to Melanoma ResearchFoundation, P.O. Box 759329, Baltimore, Maryland,21275-9329 or Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West CorkStreet, Suite 405, Winchester, Virginia 22601.
Harry S. Fauver, Jr.
Harry Jackson Strite Fauver, Jr, age 73, o Stephen-son, Virginia, died Monday, July 30, 2012, at his sonshome in Bunker Hill, West Virginia. Contributions inmemory may be made to Hospice o the Panhandle,122 Waverly Court, Martinsburg, WV 25403.
Dr. George H. Kessler, Jr.
George Herman Kessler, Jr., 77, o Winchester, Vir-ginia, died Monday, July 30, 2012, in WinchesterMedical Center. In lieu o fowers memorial contri-butions may be made to C-CAP, P.O. Box 2112, Win-chester, Virginia, 22604 or Winchester Free MedicalClinic, 301 North Cameron Street, Suite 100, Win-chester, Virginia, 22601.
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Frederick Count Crime o the Week - July 30, 2012
This week’s Crime o the Week is a burglary at 1544 Chestnut GroveRoad that occurred between June 20th and 21st, 2012. The victimreported that he had been out o town and returned to discover thata door to his residence was open and damaged. Many items in theresidence had been gone through and nothing appeared to be miss-ing except some miscellaneous jewelry items.I you have any inormation regarding a suspect or suspect vehiclein this incident, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540) 665TIPS (8477). Inormation leading to the arrest o a suspect may resultin a reward o up to $1,000.
Case #12003494 Investigator C. T. Streit
Winchester Crime o the Week - August 6, 2012
Location: Midwesco (416 Battaile Dr)Date o Crime: July 16-17, 2012Type o Crime: LarcenyThe business reported that 24 copper strike plates (total$14,000 value) were missing rom Midwesco located at 416Battaile Drive . This occurred sometime overnight rom July16-July 17, 2012.I you should have any inormation in reerence to this or anyother crimes, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540)665 – TIPS. Case # 12030675, Ocer Allday
 
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