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In the last five years, essentially defined as the post Miikka Kiprusoff era in this city, the Calgary Flames goaltending depth chart has been a revolving door rather than an escalator.

Granted, a goaltender progression to the National Hockey League is never linear.

Heck the path to the NHL for most players can be unpredictable. And sometimes, the best laid plans even if just for a short term never work out exactly as a general manager envisions when plotting the plan of attack during the off season.

Exploring Calgary timeline of netminders since the 2013 lockout season proves that. Before 2017 18, 12 different goaltenders had played for the Flames since Kiprusoff arguably the best goaltender in franchise history sailed off into the sunset, never to be heard from again. Those names, to jog your memory, are: Joey MacDonald, Danny Taylor, Leland Irving, Reto Berra, Karri Ramo, Joni Ortio, Jonas Hiller, Niklas Backstrom, Brian Elliott, Chad Johnson, David Rittich and Jon Gillies. Keep in mind, these decisions were spread between three general managers: Jay Feaster, Brian Burke and Brad Treliving. 9, 2017.

Mike Smith is proving to be every bit the goaltender Treliving traded for, a nice surprise as the 35 year old former Arizona Coyotes star was sitting among the top 10 netminders who have won 20 games or more heading into the Flames five day CBA mandated bye week.

Smith has played 38 games, going 20 13 3, which is also among the most heavily utilized netminders in the NHL. Kings and Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers.

But the Flames brought in Eddie Lack during the off season as a potential back up, given that he played some NHL games and could, potentially, spell off Smith. It became clear early on that Lack wasn as dependable as they originally thought (and needed more live bullets), so the team put him on waivers Nov. 23. The Flames sent him to play with the American Hockey League Stockton Heat and eventually traded him to the New Jersey Devils on Dec. 30.

Backup goalie Eddie Lack was traded to New Jersey Devils on Dec. 30.

don know if it changed, said Treliving, when asked about his club goaltending landscape as of Jan. 14. brought Eddie in during the summer and wanted to be careful of rushing everyone We got into the season, and Eddie didn get to play. But it was over that two month period that the guys in Stockton were ready. They were ready for an opportunity.

felt we could move Eddie along, and it allows us to give David a chance and a lot of reps for Jon. of course, is Rittich, the 25 year old Czech netminder who was a wildcard in 2016 17 when the Flames signed him to a one year deal, his first season in North America. Originally brought in as competition for Jon Gillies, the heir apparent to the throne in Calgary, Rittich is now Smith back up.

Able to mentally handle the back up role in stride, Rittich has played six games this season and has a 4 1 0 record. One of those victories was a 41 save effort, a 4 2 win over the host Florida Panthers on the second half of a back to back which helped extend the Flames current win streak.

David Rittich makes a save on a shot by Florida Panthers’ Aleksander Barkov on Jan. 12.

played well, Treliving said of Rittich. thought he was a good goalie. You never know until you get here. But the other part to that position what people don understand is they have to have the right make up. When you play as a back up to Mike Smith, you going into tough situations. You not getting a rested team (in front of you). You playing in back to backs and, sometimes, on the road. You have to have the ability but also the mental makeup to handle it. David got it. We think highly of David. wait wasn Gillies was projected to be guy? The 75th overall back in the 2012 NHL draft, the 6 foot 6, 223 pounder who starred with the NCAA Providence Friars from 2012 15 before joining the AHL Heat in 2015 16?

He played seven games that year before undergoing hip surgery in what was supposed to be his first full season of professional hockey. Then, last year, he was challenged by Rittich in Stockton and finished with an 18 14 1 with a 2.93 goals against average and a .910 save percentage.

Heading into Wednesday game against the San Jose Barracuda, Gillies was 11 8 2 with a .921 save percentage and a 2.43 goals against average.

Flames management feels that Jon Gillies could use more time in the AHL.

Clearly the Flames management believe that Rittich is a little more suited for prime time (at the moment), while Gillies, who played one game for the Flames in November when Smith was injured and Lack had allowed five goals on 15 shots, could benefit from a few more regular appearances in the AHL.

Remember that linear pattern? Doesn always happen.

wants everyone to get to the NHL really quick, said Treliving, who also has Mason McDonald, the second round pick (34th overall) of the 2014 draft now toiling with the ECHL Kansas City Mavericks. not that easy, especially for goaltenders. We knew that, on our reserve list, we have some depth there, and we think those guys have a chance to be good goaltenders. You look at David, you look at Jon Gillies, and down the line It just a matter of when you think they ready.

But wait what about Tyler Parsons, the Flames 54th overall draft pick in 2016? Isn he supposed to be guy, too?

The 20 year old story is interesting, too, as he began this year with the ECHL Mavericks and, after the Flames traded Lack to the Devils, a spot opened for him with the Heat.

His first AHL game wasn entirely indicative of the final score, as Parsons kept the Heat afloat early in the game but wound up losing 7 2 as Parsons faced 40 shots.

Competition will no doubt exist between the two Heat goalies, but Treliving has no plans to rush either netminder up to the NHL.

just hold on let let them develop on their own time, Treliving said. don want to rush things. I like where we trending. We think it starting to set up. But we see. It takes time. You look at guys that have had a year or two or three down there and it doesn hurt them, especially at that position.
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At a modern pharmacy, everything from the credit card payments to the prescription verifications gets transmitted online. But none of that works without high speed internet access.

would run a claim and it would kick off three and four times because it was so slow, Woody said.

Some days the pharmacy ahd to shut its doors because it couldn fill prescriptions.

you walk into my pharmacy, you have a need typically an immediate need, Woody said.

Tax dollars for rural internet

The Federal Communications Commission says more than 33 million Americans lack access to high speed internet. government provides $9 billion in tax dollars over six years to 10 companies for rural internet.

Windstream is one of the biggest recipients of those grants. It gets $175 million of that money annually to provide internet access to rural communities in 17 states $25 million for Georgia alone.

For every dollar that we receive from the federal government, we put 10 of our own in the investment, said J. Berkshire, with Windstream. Rep. Doug Collins, R Ga, says he been receiving complaints about the speed of Windstream service for four years now.

He has concerns about how federal tax dollars are being spent.

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you think taxpayers are getting what they paid for with the funds going to Windstream? Gray asked. now, in north Georgia,
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no, they are not. And they can disagree with that all they want, Collins said.

The FCC defines broadband as 25 megabits per second. But to get the federal dollars, internet companies only have to provide speeds of 10 megabits per second.

think it depends of what your definition of high speed to rural communities is, Berkshire said.

The company own data shows more than half of its Georgia customers don even have access to 20 megabit speeds.

know my grandmother doesn need 10 meg, but my kids need 25 to 50 because of what they want to do with their devices and the streaming video, Berkshire said.

But in many rural communities, that speed, which Windstream Georgia operations president says his family needs, isn available.

FCC hears you and that is why in the last nine months, this has been our No. 1 issue, he said. forward, what we tried to do is reoreint that program,
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TOWNSEND To say that the North Middlesex Regional girls’ soccer team gets fired up to face the top programs in Central Mass. would be a huge understatement.

Once again, the Patriots elevated their play and proved they could hang right with the Algonquins and Shrewsburys of the world.

After blanking Algonquin 1 0 on Tuesday, North Middlesex made it two straight impressive performances, as sophomore striker Shalee Callahan potted the game tying goal in the 72nd minute to secure a 2 2 Midland League A draw with powerful Shrewsbury Thursday night at John E. Young Memorial Field.

“It’s definitely a big confidence boost for us,” said North Middlesex assistant coach Ally Watkins, who took over for head coach Charlie Valacer a teacher at Groton Dunstable who had to attend an Open House immediately after the match. “Algonquin and Shrewsbury are tough teams to play against, and to see that we’re starting to catch up, it’s really great to see.”

North Middlesex improved to 2 3 2 and 1 1 1 in the league. Shrewsbury is still unbeaten in the league at 2 0 1 and 3 2 2 overall.

“We’ve started coming together and we’re getting better every practice and every game,” Callahan said.

And Callahan’s game is already at an extremely high level.

“Knowing that we needed it, I always feel that little bit of motivation that we need to get that goal,” Callahan said.

Trailing 2 1, Callahan got the ball on her foot, made a nifty move to slip a defender and had dead on aim, firing a ball into the low corner of the net to knot the game at 2 2.

“I got it from somebody, turned and tried to do a little move and went for that bottom,” Callahan said.

“Like coach always says,
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it’s just another pass in the goal if you can get it off.”

Watkins gushed about Callahan’s passion to play the game.

“That’s a certain type of drive that you see in players,” said Watkins, a 2010 North Middlesex graduate. “It’s really great to see people having that motivation and that will to do anything and everything to get the right plays and those goals. It’s nice to see.”

Callahan said that the Patriots don’t take tying Shrewsbury for granted.

“We work as hard as we can,” the sophomore star said. “If we can tie, it’s just as good as a win in our eyes, especially knowing that this team is really good.”

With less than two minutes left, Callahan had a chance for the winner, but her 15 yard blast sailed just over the crossbar.

“I should have had that, I should have had it,” she said.

North Middlesex’s Emily Flavin was robbed by Shrewsbury keeper Stephanie Wilczynski via a diving stop with 4:22 left.

North Middlesex defender Samantha Donohoe made a solid defensive save, clearing the ball away from danger, and sensational keeper Julia Murray also delivered in the clutch with a huge stop to protect the tie.

Shrewsbury took a 2 1 advantage in the 59th minute, as Kristen Kotsopoulos flicked a close rang shot over Murray and into the net off a throw in.

North Middlesex’s Donohoe, Elena Beauregard, Sydney Morgan and Alannah Daly were solid on defense, limiting the Colonials’ quality shots on net. And when those shots got through,
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In its own emission of greenhouse gases, the remnant of Alaska’s once dominant daily newspaper bannered an editorial last week: “Seattle Has Gone Nuclear About Alaska: Declaring War.”

Voice of the Times accused the media down here in our Emerald City your scribe included of having “declared nuclear war” on Sen. , R Alaska, oil drilling in the and “just about everything about the 49th State.”

“Project Chariot” was stopped by an alliance of then impoverished Alaska native villages, and a few eloquent and fact equipped critics. Years later, I came to know two of them, and , the pilot naturalists who founded the wonderful Camp Denali outdoor center that looks out on the north face of Mount McKinley.

“The handful of Alaskans who rallied together and spoke out against Project Chariot achieved the first successful opposition to the American nuclear establishment,” of the wrote in a later paper.

Of course, toxic and radioactive waste was left around the site of the proposed blasts.

The Project Chariot battle shows that some mind sets never change.

Recall what Atwood wrote about the place that Teller wanted to nuke. Go forward, 45 years, to a Senate hearing and hear Interior Secretary describe the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge.

“Flat white nothingness,” she called it. An oil industry flack went Norton one better, describing the coast as “a flat crummy place.” The redoubtable Stevens displayed a blank piece of cardboard on the Senate floor, explaining to colleagues that this is what the Arctic Refuge is like.

Liars! As Seattle based shooter demonstrated with his wonderful photography, and I witnessed on a raft trip, the land marked for oil drilling is home to an incredible array of wildlife.

We watched as caribou appeared out of, and disappeared into, a fog bank. A fox tried to approach the ground nest of a golden plover, which squawked and tried to divert the predator. An Arctic tern registered its displeasure by relieving itself on the top of a tent. Two musk oxen trundled between the tents and the cooking area.

A surprising number of Alaskans do not share the drill it, mine it, cut it down mentality of their 1950s style rulers.

A Vietnam veteran named has made a livelihood taking parties down remote rivers of the Refuge. The raft trips assemble in Arctic Village, a Gwich’in settlement whose residents depend on the Porcupine Caribou Herd. They oppose oil drilling.

In Western Washington, the ranks of “self admitted conservationists” (a famous Anchorage Times phrase) have grown, particularly as more and more of us see wonders of The Great Land. People in Seattle are concerned about Alaska because so much of it remains unspoiled. Visits by such bloviating Alaska politicians as Rep. leave us appalled.

How will Alaska’s ruling politicians ever convince us they will do an environmentally sensitive job of development when they hold up places and their defenders to ridicule?

The pooh poohing of warnings of a major oil spill in Prince William Sound, by Stevens and the Anchorage Times, stands as Exhibit A.

The boomers have a new scheme: Alaska legislators are eager to hire a Portland public relations firm, , under a $3 million state grant to campaign for oil drilling in the Arctic Refuge.

“Why no bid? Why no public selection process? Why no Alaska outfit leading the way?” the Anchorage Daily News, a sensible editorial voice, asked last week.

Of course, Pac/West has had its successes, defeating an anti trapping initiative in Oregon and an Alaska ballot initiative that would have banned bear baiting.
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THE last single track section of the Cotswold Line rail route through West Oxfordshire should be redoubled as a matter of urgency, according to Prime Minister and Witney MP David Cameron.

He has written to Chancellor George Osborne and Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin calling for funding to be committed for reinstatement of the second track from Charlbury to Wolvercot junction, north of Oxford, before the end of the current Parliament next year.

His intervention follows pressure from MPs in Worcestershire, who said that even though 20 miles of the line saw double track reinstated in 2011, including the four miles from Charlbury to Ascott under Wychwood, services on the route between Oxford and Worcester were still not reliable enough and should be speeded up.

John Ellis, the chairman of the Cotswold Line Promotion Group, which represents passengers, said that reinstatement of more double track would bring a range of benefits.

He said: “We expect this will lead to more frequent, faster and more reliable services.

“The reason the PM is intervening is that services from Worcester are still very slow, there has been no significant improvement in frequency, nothing like the regular hourly services we are calling for.”

As well as the nine mile single track section of the line in West Oxfordshire, there is another of similar length at the western end of the line, between Evesham and the edge of Worcester.

West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin said: “This is an important intervention by the Prime Minister, who uses the service and is aware of the problems Cotswold Line passengers face.
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The Calgary Northstars did what they had to do to qualify for the playoff round at the Mac AAA Midget Hockey Tournament.

Although they settled for a 1 1 tie against Regina Pat Canadians on Saturday at Max Bell Centre Ken Bracko Arena, the Northstars finished in a three way tie for top spot in Pool 5 of the male division.

After all three finished with 2 0 2 record, the Pat Canadians took top spot due to the tournament tie breaking procedure, the Northstars finished second and earned one of three wild card spots, while the Hawks were left on the outside of the playoff picture looking in.

you put in that spot, it could go your way, it could go the other way, Mandolidis said. obviously proud of the boys. and the top team in Saskatchewan. quarterfinal action at Father David Bauer Arena on Sunday, the Northstars will face off against the St. Islanders (2 0 2).

Riker Franczak scored the lone goal of Saturday game for the Northstars when he pounced on a loose puck and fired a shot past Regina goalie Jared Thompson at 3:38 of the first period.

was a battle in front and it was a great effort by him, Mandolidis said.

Chase Nameth then pulled the Pat Canadians even at 11:27 of the final frame.

was unfortunate to give that one up, Mandolidis said. don think we got the puck out as hard as we wanted to and they were able to capitalize on that. giving up the tying goal, Northstars goalie Sam Smith finished with 27 saves to help earn his team a playoff spot and a chance to move on to vie for the Mac Cup on New Year Day at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

would be so cool, said Smith, whose uncle Troy Smith was a forward with the Calgary Flames when they won the tournament title in 1993. been dreaming about this my whole life. FLY PAST TROJANSEthan Bowen scored the game winning goal and had an assist as the Fraser Valley Thunderbirds downed the Tisdale Trojans at Ken Bracko Arena on Saturday morning.

needed this win to move on, said Bowen,
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whose team finished tied atop the Pool 1 standings with the St. Albert Raiders at 3 1. we would have lost, we would have been out, so it a pretty big win for us. Gonclaves scored twice for the Thunderbirds, who were excited to get an invitation to compete at the holiday tradition in Calgary.

is the first time in the history of our program that we at this tournament, explained coach Peter Hay, who praised his team for jumping out to leads of 2 0 and 5 1 over the Trojans. knew Tisdale had a tough battle ahead of them and they were probably mentally fragile. Sure enough, we took it to them right off the bat and they started taking penalties. We just got under their skin right way. Mainse and Andrew Sorensen also scored for the T Birds, while goalie Dawson Pelletier made 28 saves.

BUFFS FIT TO BE TIEDAll the Calgary Buffaloes needed was a tie in their final game to wrap up top spot in Pool 3.

That exactly what they accomplished on Saturday at Ken Bracko Arena.

Justin Ross, Chad Maclean, Michael Makarenko and Layne Sniher scored for the Buffaloes, who skated to a 4 4 draw against the Knights of Columbus Pats to finish the round robin with a 3 0 1 record.

understood the situation, said Buffaloes co coach Tyler Helfrich. not how we drew it up. It wasn our best game and we got to be better moving forward. We found a way to get a point and get through. Buffs jumped out to a 3 1 lead before the Pats scored the only goal of the second and another early in the third.

Sniher then put Calgary back up by a goal when snapped a shot through K of C goalie Braedan Stephen legs.

those close games, the adrenaline pumping, Sniher said. got to dig deep and just lay everything on the line. When I saw the puck go in, it was a sigh of relief to put the boys ahead. captain Mitchell Valliant then scored the tying goal with 11:15 left in the game.
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Bedlam nearly just flew under the radar.

Sandwiched between games against top 10 opponents and two days after the football team played in the Rose Bowl, Oklahoma fans could be forgiven for overlooking the first game between the two in state rivals tonight at Lloyd Noble Center.

OU’s earliest on site Bedlam game since 1965 is sold out. tip.

“Our crowds have grown from day one,” coach Lon Kruger said. “Anytime you’ve got a crowd like that, it picks the players up. They appreciate it so much that they get a little extra pumped.”

On paper, the No. 7 Sooners (11 1, 1 0 Big 12) are the clear favorite. While the Cowboys (10 3, 0 1) tout a win over No. 24 Florida State, they have struggled against top tier opponents, losing to No. 6 West Virginia, No. 9 Wichita State and No. 11 Texas A This should be a comfortable win for OU before traveling halfway across the country to West Virginia Saturday in what could be a decisive game in the conference title race.

However, there’s no forgetting what happened last year.

For the first time in 12 tries, OSU won in Norman, and then, a few weeks later, in Stillwater, completed its first series sweep since 2004. OSU hasn’t won two straight in Norman since 1964 65.

“They brought out a broom on us last year, which was mad disrespectful,” guard Kameron McGusty said. “We’re really looking forward to it. It’s going to be high energy, a great atmosphere to play in. I’m glad we get to go at it early, because it’s Bedlam. It’s a rivalry game, so we’re excited and ready for it.”

OSU coach Mike Boynton echoed those sentiments.

“Obviously, it’s a great traditional series one that’s been played for a long time and one I’m excited to be a part of,” Boynton said. “I had a little bit of experience in a different role being a part of it last year. Two really good games both came down to the wire and we were fortunate to come out with wins. I’m excited about doing it with this group, going down there in what I assume will be a really hostile environment and our guys will be ready for it.”

Apart from the rivalry, there are other storylines surrounding the game.

McGusty is trying to keep up his hot streak, coming off a season high 22 points against No. 10 TCU Saturday. Forward Kristian Doolittle, who missed the first nine games due to an academic suspension, returned to full speed Tuesday, following concussion protocol after hitting his head in practice last week.

OU freshmen Trae Young and Brady Manek, both from Oklahoma, are getting their first taste of Bedlam. Young, coming off 39 points and 14 assists in his conference debut, will face former Norman North teammate Lindy Waters III as an opponent for the first time. Waters, who has started every game for the Cowboys, has averaged 8.2 points and 4.0 rebounds in 25.8 minutes as a sophomore.

“I’ve known Lindy since I was a kid in second or third grade,” Young said. “He’s a talented player. There’s going to be a lot of things that I know about him and that he knows about me. It will be fun.”

“We’ve been pretty dialed in on watching film,” OSU coach Mike Boynton said of Young. “I have great familiarity with the kid, having recruited him a little bit last year and then obviously watching what he’s done this season, which has been pretty phenomenal. He’s having as good of a season as any college basketball player I’ve seen in a long time, so hats off to him.”

Boynton said several Cowboys will likely take turns guarding Young. He said starting point guard Kendall Smith will likely start on Young, but the Cowboys’ job is to attempt to slow him down.

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The following reports were compiled from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office and the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick barrack. Oct. 3, Cpl. Esnes and Trooper Foley were attempting to locate a suicidal person in Prince Frederick when they found two men outside of Safeway, one of whom matched the description of the suicidal subject. While speaking with the men, Andre T. Grice, 21, of Prince Frederick became nervous and a search allegedly revealed a 9 mm handgun and marijuana in his possession. Grice was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center, while the other individual was released.

Carolina man arrested for alleged drug violation

Deputy Paul Wood was dispatched to the Sunderland 7 Eleven Oct. 2 for the report of check welfare. Wood made contact with Bryan Quade, 35, of North Carolina who allegedly appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. Quade reportedly told Wood he took a narcotic and a subsequent search allegedly resulted in the discovery of paraphernalia. Quade was transported to the detention center and charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia and possession of heroin.

Ches. Beach man arrested for alleged disorderliness

After being made aware of a disorderly subject at Abner’s Crab House near the bar Oct. 8, Deputy Justin Livingston responded to the scene. He observed Tony Reynolds, 46, of Chesapeake Beach was reportedly intoxicated and had already been involved in an altercation with a customer inside the bar. Reynolds allegedly refused to leave after multiple requests to do so. He was subsequently arrested and taken to the detention center, where he was charged with disorderly conduct, intoxicated public disturbance, failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order from law enforcement and resisting/interfering with arrest.

Men arrested for concealed weapon, marijuana

Tfc. Warrick stopped a vehicle at Route 4 and Route 402 for traffic violations Oct. 4, at which time he smelled the odor of marijuana emitting from within the vehicle. A search was conducted and the passenger, Michael A. Grimm, 22, of Prince Frederick, was found to be in possession of marijuana. The driver, Eli S. Neal, 24, of Owings, was in possession of a friction lock expandable baton and arrested. Both men were incarcerated at the detention center.

U. Oct. 8, Tfc. Davis responded to the Dunkirk Walmart for a reported shoplifting complaint. John G. Lawson, 37, of Upper Marlboro was located and identified as the alleged shoplifter. He was subsequently arrested and incarcerated at the detention center.

Numerous properties reported damaged

On Oct. 6, Deputy Robert Shrawder and Deputy Jeffrey Hardesty responded to multiple damaged property calls in St. Leonard and Port Republic. Hardesty responded to Forest Lane in Port Republic where he saw multiple residences were spray painted with profanity. Shrawder responded to Nicole Drive in St. Leonard for multiple residences having similar damage to their mailboxes. After deputies canvassed the area, they found numerous additional mailboxes that were also damaged on Hance Road, Williams Wharf Road, Parkers Creek Road, Planters Wharf Road, Flag Harbor Boulevard, Valley Drive and Eucalyptus Drive. Oct. Oct. 6, someone smashed the windshield of a vehicle on Schooner Drive in Lusby with a brick. Deputy Robert Shrawder responded to the scene and is continuing the investigation.

After receiving the report of damaged property Oct. 6, Deputy Dean Naughton responded to Western Circle in Lusby. 3 for the report of a burglary. The victim said the suspects entered the residence through the master bedroom and stole a large amount of loose change, currency and prescription medicine. The estimated value of the stolen property is $110.

On Oct. 5, Deputy Jeffrey Denton responded to Stamper Court in Prince Frederick for the report of a burglary. The victim said they heard a window screen break before observing two men leaving the residence in an unidentified vehicle. It was determined the suspects used a tool to pry the screen off the window, but did not obtain any items from the residence prior to leaving the scene.

Dunkirk property reported stolen

After receiving the report of theft from a vehicle Oct. 3, Deputy Paul Wood responded to McIntosh Drive in Dunkirk. Oct. 3, someone entered their vehicle, stealing their wallet, passport and loose change from the center console. The value of the stolen items is $85. Oct. Oct. 7, someone stole a DynaHurst P31 930A heavy duty starting battery from a residence on Chaney Road in Dunkirk. Deputy Aaron Locke responded to the scene and is continuing the investigation.

Lusby vehicles entered, property stolen

Deputy Richard Weems responded to Gunsmoke Trail in Lusby on Oct. 3 for the report of a theft from a vehicle. Oct. the following morning, someone entered multiple unlocked vehicles and stole an iPod touch, a diaper bag containing debit cards and money.

Registration sticker stolen from vehicle

Tfc. Davis responded to the barrack Oct. 6 to handle the report of a stolen registration year tab from a vehicle. The victim reported the tab was on his vehicle that morning at his worksite, but upon returning in the afternoon he found the tab had been scraped off and stolen. The investigation is ongoing.
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The print that at one time was only a tool for military troops to go unnoticed has become a front and center look in fashion. It’s been adapted in luxe fur, sequin sweaters, athletic wear and casual kicks. It’s for girls and boys, women and men.

“The irony is that camo is anything but camouflaged right now,” said Zanna Roberts Rassi, Marie Claire’s senior fashion editor.

She points to recent examples where the runway has led to the trenches, including the oversized version on Michael Kors’ fur jackets, on Christopher Kane cocktail dresses and Valentino shoes. “It comes from the military, but it’s being made now for a night on the town,” she said.

Some versions have maintained more utilitarian roots, including vests and parkas at J. Crew and jeggings at Aeropostale. For spring, North Face has camo inspired workout gear.

“Camo is peaking,” according to Emilia Fabricant, Aeropostale’s executive vice president of design, merchandising and production. “It’s hitting everything, from sweaters to outerwear. It’s so graphic. It’s edgy but it’s also completely neutral.”

That’s the beauty of it: it dresses up, it dresses down. It is as urban or as country as you want to make it.

“Think of it as the non print print,” said Heather Archibald, director of merchandising at online retailer Piperlime. “It’s like the paisley of a million years ago. . It has found a way into our wardrobe as a staple.”

It’s evolved into something like the cheetah print that was, at one time, considered edgy and a little risque but is now offered in everything from sweet ballet flats to toddler clothes.

Camo retains its cool, though, especially when it’s worn with a wink, said Tom Mora, head women’s designer at J. Crew. It’s wearing the print in a feminine fabric a georgette blouse, perhaps or something like a parka over slim cargo pants and a lacy tank top or high heels, he said. “I like the sexy take on the classic hunter look.”

Mora said he also likes the irony when camo is worn in a slick urban way. He likes to see it mostly in neutrals maybe a version in makeup colors such as blush and beige with a pop of navy or yellow. Orange looks good, too, but is maybe a bit cliche.

Adding the flash of color, or the glitzy necklace, or the pencil skirt keeps camo from being too serious. Try a motorcycle boot or a “fierce” ankle strap shoe, suggests Archibald, and accessories in metallic or camel will elevate the look and make it seem more ladylike.

Her other tip is a polished beauty look. “Paint your nails, put on your lipstick. You want an amazing look, not be sloppy.”

For the guys, it’s about the camo sneaker with dark denim, or a jacket or hoodie over more tailored trousers.

Not many prints a plaid could be the exception move so seamlessly between men’s and women’s clothes. Either way, camouflage evokes a lived in look, so don’t be fussy or too polished, advises Fabricant.
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