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8 Wednesday, June I, 2016 THE JOURNAL www, Center:, MWH facility to open From page I den on patients and caregivers. I'm honored to have a part in extend- ing the quality cancer care of Mary Washington Healthcare's Regional Cancer Center to my hometown and all of the Northern Neck " Hart said. Mary Washington Healthcare will open the new cancer clinic in "We have never heard anything 'Dr. Walsh's donation to MWH ' Fredericksburg, slipped and fell Montross in mid-July at the Kings but good things about Dr. Walsh included the 6,000-square foot two years ago and suffered serious Highway location of the former and how highly he was regarded," building located at 15394 Kings injuries that curtailed his ability to Mid-Rivers Cancer center oper- said Yelverton. Highway in Montross and 5.8 acres practice. He dosed the cancer cen- ated byDr. Christopher Walsh. Dr. "We will continue in that tradi- of land. ter in 2014. Walsh closed his clinic last year af- tion" The donation also included all Mary WashingtOn Healthcare ter he was badly injured in a fall. Yelverton said the new clinic of the facility'smedical equipment, operates Mary Washington Has- According to Mary Washington will be hiring four staff members, including an expensive accelerator pital in Fredericksburg, one of the Healthcare officials, the reopen- including at least one of the former used to treat cancer patients, premier hospitals in the state. It ing of the cancer clinic was helped members of Dr. Walsh's clinic. The Walsh, the former director of the also operates a hospital in Stafford toward reality because Dr. Walsh doctors staffing the clinic will be Cancer Center ofVirginiainSpot- County. donated the facility and all of its provided by Radiation and Oncol- sylvania, opened the Mid-Rivers Mary Washington Hospital has property and modern medical ogy Specialists of Virginia, which Cancer Center in 2005 and it was been serving the medical needs of equipment to the Fredericksburg- is affiliated with Mary Washington a very productive facility. Unfor- the area for more than 100 years. based healthcare facility. Healthcare. tunately, Dr. Walsh, who lives in "This will be our first stand- alone cancer treatment facility," said Rene Shank of MWH. The new facility will be known as the Mary Washington Health- care Regional Cancer Center at Montross. The cancer center will have leading edge technology and clini- cal expertise. Initially, the cancer center will be open from Mon- day,through Friday from 8 a.m. until noon. However, Yelverton said the hours would expand as the patient load increases. Produce: Season looks good From page I throughout the Southeast. So the lectionofjams and preserves from school It's hard work, but very re- grains as well as produce, will pro- produce stand is already brimming peach butter to Damson plum pre- warding." vide more bounty than can be sold with out-of-the area spring onions, serves. Carolyn and Gary have three at the stand. So, Gary and Carolyn collard greens, asparagus, green "We opened the stand about children who over the years have also set up weekly operations at beans, tomatoes, squash, cucum- 30 years ago to help Sell our local helped with Lhe farm and the pro- farmer's markets in the Northern bers, cabbage and apples. Also on produce" said Carolyn. "Gary and duce stand. Neck and Northern Virginia. sale are honey, cider and a wide se- I have been doing this since high Green Level Farm, which grows The Sisson's Produce Stand is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. and will stay open until the end of November. Thanks to the hard work of Gary, Carolyn and their employees, Sis- son's has been voted the No. 1 pro- duce stand in the Northern Neck. Goodman: Killer sentenced From page I in this matter. Without their hard work these convictions would not have been possible;' Gusmann said. Gaines, the man who survived the shooting, told investigators Prior to Wednesday's court ap- that Clinton and Goodman tied up pearance, Goodman madeseveral Gaines and Johnson with duct tape attempts to delay his sentencing, in- and Clinton shot them multiple duding asking Judge Patricia Kelly times. Both men were also robbed to allow him to withdraw his guilty of their money and their ceUphones, pleas. According to authorities, Shanks But Judge Kelly said Goodman's stayed away from the actual shoot- pleas were voluntary and set last ings, but then drove the getaway car week as the time he would be finally for the other two suspects, be sentenced. woman charged with molestin RICHARD LEGGITT A Colonial Beach woman has been arrested and charged with 16 counts of sexual assault on a 12-year-old girl. Miachelle Denise Ruggs, 49, is being held without bond in the Northern Neck Regional Jail. Authorities arrested Ruggs last week after receiving a complaint from a relative of the victim. Ruggs was charged with four counts of sodomy and two counts of enticing or soliciting a child, among other alleged crimes. Colonial Beach police are continuing to investigate the allegations against Ruggs and have asked that anyone who might have information about the case to please call 804-224-7402. May 19 Tyrell Anthony Butler, 21, of King George was charged with assault and battery. William Keith Brooks, 53, of St. Leonard, Md. was charged with re- vocation of suspended sentence. Gary Wayne Anderson, 36, of King George was charged with fail- ure to report an accident and reck- less driving. May 20 John Earl Jones, 35, of King George was charged with driving while his license is suspended. Randy Cortez Pryor, 55, of King George was charged with strangling another or causing wounding or in- jury. John Richard Keliher, 47, of Dac- ula, Ga., was charged with driving under the influence and reckless driving. May 22 AntOff Ra-Sheem Kidd, 26, of Fredericksburg was charged with public swearing or intoxication and possession of marijuana. Randy Cortez Pryor, 55, of King George was charged with brandish- ing a firearm and reckless handling of a firearm. May 23 Earnest Archer Johnson, 42, of Ruther Glen was charged with fail- ure to comply with support obliga- tions. Jason Scott Maginniss, 39, of Co- lonial Beach was charged with rove- ' cation of a suspended sentence. May 24 Steven Neal Hall, 47, of King George was charged with revoca- tion of a suspended sentence. May 25 Prim Lamont Shepard, 35, of Washington, D.C., was charged with being a fugitive from justice. May 26 Ashley Nicole Pratt, 32, of King George was charged with driving while her license is suspended. Justin Darrel Webb, 24, of King George was charged with the manu- facture, sale and possession of a controlled substance. Richard Leggitt Are you new or fairly new to King George? If so, we'd love to get to know you! 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