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Jason Michael WherleyDate of birth: Jan. 31, 1979Height: 6 feet, 1 inchWeight: 150 poundsHair: BlondeEyes: GreenWanted for: Contempt of Court

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  • Adams County's most wanted

    Adams County's most wanted

    Jason Michael WherleyDate of birth: Jan. 31, 1979Height: 6 feet, 1 inchWeight: 150 poundsHair: BlondeEyes: GreenWanted for: Contempt of Court

  • Adams County's most wanted

    Adams County's most wanted

    Jose Carmelo Meza-VillaDate of birth: July 16, 1962Height: 5 feet, 4 inchesWeight: 145 poundsHair: BlackEyes: BrownWanted for: DUI, Contempt of Court

  • Adams County's most wanted

    Adams County's most wanted

    Michel Andrew DuttererDate of birth: Aug. 22, 1970Height: 6 feet, 1 inchWeight: 180 poundsHair: BrownEyes: HazelWanted for: Simple Assault

  • Adams County's most wanted

    Adams County's most wanted

    Emil E. Michael Jr.Date of birth: Oct. 10, 1970Height: 6 feet, 3 inchesWeight: 210 poundsHair: BrownEyes: BlueWanted for: Contempt of court

  • A trip to nature's classroom

    A trip to nature's classroom

    Jim Hale/Gettysburg TimesBEYOND THE CLASSROOM - Gettysburg Area High School biology teacher Steve Glassmann, fourth from left, led his freshwater biology class on a canoe trip down Marsh Creek Friday. They pulled their canoes from the water at the Sachs Covered Bridge.

  • College Choir and Camerata to perform Sunday

    College Choir and Camerata to perform Sunday

    Submitted PhotographFREE CONCERT - Gettysburg College Choir and Camerata, fresh from its Central American tour, will perform at the Lutheran Theological Seminary on Sunday.

  • Five women honored at 2015 Callie Awards

    Five women honored at 2015 Callie Awards

    AMAZING WOMEN - Pictured at the Callie Awards for Exceptional Women are, from left: United Way of Adams County Executive Director Vickie Corbett, MJ Duffy, Mary Stevenson, Joan Stremmel, Lindsey Brehm, Stephanie Maitland, YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County Executive Director Deb Geesey. (Alex J. Hayes/Gettysburg Times)

  • 'A Whole New World'

    'A Whole New World'

    DRESS REHEARSAL - Members of the Gettysburg Area Middle School Mask & Wig will present "Aladdin Jr." in the Riegle Auditorium at the middle school on March 27 and March 28. Both shows begin at 7 p.m. and tickets are available at the door for $5. The production is under the direction of Jenny Mendoza. (Darryl Wheeler/Gettysburg Times)

  • Crash damages antique vehicle

    Crash damages antique vehicle

    CLASSIC CAR CRASH - A firefighter applies oil-dry compound Thursday after an antique vehicle rolled in front of the Gettysburg Times building on Fairfield Road (Pa. Route 116). (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • Nearly New Sale

    Nearly New Sale

    EARLY SPECIALS - Erin Shuey, of Mechanicsburg, shops at the Nearly New Sale on Thursday night. The sale will be held at the YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County on Fairfield Road in Cumberland Township on Friday from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m.-noon. The sale provides area families the opportunity to buy good-quality, gently used, seasonal children's clothing (infant - size 14), shoes, maternity clothes, baby equipment, furnishings and toys.

  • Local farmer supports Bermudian FFA program

    Local farmer supports Bermudian FFA program

    FRESH VEG - Bermudian's Wardle shows a greenhouse-grown tomato plant to Vizzard and the Inch family.

  • Buchanan Valley celebrates 30 years of service

    Buchanan Valley celebrates 30 years of service

    ONGOING TRAINING - A safety officer gets the names of all the Buchanan Valley firefighters who took part in a recent training exercise. (Darryl Wheeler/Gettysburg Times)

  • Securing the new tower

    Securing the new tower

    FENCE INSTALLATION - The Adams County Commissioners watch as workers dig a hole for a fence that will surround the new cellular tower at the Emergency Services Center on Wednesday. As of this month, most of the site preparation and equipment installation at 10 of the 11 cellular tower sites for the county's new 800 MHz public safety radio system project is finished. The Emergency Service Center will serve as the main hub of the new system while the courthouse, in addition to being a strategic transmission site, is also the 9-1-1 system "back-up" center. The radio project is scheduled to be completed and activated in the fall. (Darryl Wheeler/Gettysburg Times)

  • Fire destroys Butler Twp. mobile home

    Fire destroys Butler Twp. mobile home

    DESTROYED - Fire heavily damaged a mobile home at 460 Arendtsville Road early Tuesday morning. (Darryl Wheeler/Gettysburg Times)

  • 'Up Jumped Spring' jazz concert at Gburg College
  • Mobile museum shares vital artifacts at HACC

    Mobile museum shares vital artifacts at HACC

    HISTORIAN - Khalid el-Hakim, curator, facilitator and historian of the Mobile Black History 101 Museum, speaks with students at HACC on Tuesday afternoon. He is holding a sign used to indicate segregated drinking fountains. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • Driver flown from Route 30 wreck
  • Gettysburg STARS honored for second quarter

    Gettysburg STARS honored for second quarter

    Submitted PhotographUP THERE - Pictured are the Gettysburg High School North Stars for the second quarter.

  • Gettysburg STARS honored for second quarter

    Gettysburg STARS honored for second quarter

    Submitted PhotographGOING UP - Pictured are Gettysburg High School's Rising Stars for the second quarter.

  • Gettysburg STARS honored for second quarter

    Gettysburg STARS honored for second quarter

    Submitted PhotographBRIGHT - Pictured are the Gettysburg High School Shining Stars for the second quarter.

  • New Oxford girl raises funds through sneaker donations

    New Oxford girl raises funds through sneaker donations

    Erica Maxwell/Gettysburg TimesCOLLECTION - Kaleigh Brill of New Oxford collected 4,000 pounds of sneakers for Gifts from the Heart for Downs.

  • Jump Rope for Heart

    Jump Rope for Heart

    JUMP AROUND - Joe Vegso, a football player for the Getysburg College Bullets, swings the jump rope so these elementary students can participate in the Jump Rope for Heart at the Bream Gymnasium on Saturday. More than 250 students took part in the event that raised money for the American Heart Association.

  • Regional EMS board

    Regional EMS board

    EMS BOARD - The board members of the newly formed Adams Regional EMS are, from left: Barbara Underwood, Amy Lebo, Al Knerr, David Blocher, Bryan Wasylyk, Kevin Moul, Steve Rabine, Randy Phiel and Ron Hankey. Members of Gettysburg Fire Department and United Hook & Ladder Company authorized an EMS merger of the two departments in January and announced it late last week. Adams Regional EMS is set to begin operations on June 28.

  • Historian keeps Civil War alive at Symposium's start

    Historian keeps Civil War alive at Symposium's start

    Tom Fontana/Gettysburg TimesAUTHOR TALK - Seminary Ridge Museum opened its annual author symposium on Friday night, March 20, with Civil War author David Blight as the keynote speaker in Valenine Hall on the Lutheran Theological Seminary campus. Some of those who attended the lecture included, left to right, Brianna Kirk (Gettysburg College), Stephanie Kappazzo (Mt. St. Mary's University), historian David Blight, Seminary Ridge Museum director Barbara Franco, Alexandria Andrioli (Gettysburg College), and Alex Tottger (Gettysburg College).

  • Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Submitted PhotographNEW SPORT - Alyssa Redding rides a horse during the Special Olympics program on Thursday.

  • Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Submitted Photograph Steven Trump

  • Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Submitted Photograph Bryan Morales-Keefer

  • Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Submitted Photograph Shane Stallings

  • Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Special Olympics adds equestrian program

    Submitted Photograph Avery Sponseller

  • Regional EMS forms
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