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firstname.lastname@example.orgSmall whistles can make big noises. They sound the alarm on conduct of illegality, fraud, waste or abuse. They can challenge power. And they can prevent future debacles. Many government workers feel they are doing their patriotic duty by bringing...
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email@example.comKaplan University’s local campus plans to market itself to Hagerstown Community College graduates, but HCC wants no part of it. Kaplan is offering tuition discounts to HCC graduates, according to an email that W. Christopher Motz, the president...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was Tracy Leskey's "bug zoo" when she was a kid that turned the nationally recognized expert on brown marmorated stink bugs to a lifelong study of insects. Today, Leskey, 42, is a research entomologist who works at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's...
Our school systems are failing our children To the editor: Oh, it’s that time again. Back to school we go. This is really going to date me. School starting was really hard for me. Directions being understood and sounding a word out to spell a...
Bryce Harper’s impressive stats earned the teenager a Fourth of July promotion Monday, moving on to Double-A as part of the Washington Nationals’ measured approach with last year’s No. 1 overall draft pick. Harper made his Double-A...
Put blame for deficit where it belongs To the editor: If you are watching the kabuki dance going on in the Senate and House about the debt ceiling, you might think this is the first time Congress has been asked to raise the debt ceiling, Congress...
The Rev. James Ellis III, 32, was recently appointed associate pastor at Asbury United Methodist Church in Shepherdstown. He began his new position on July 1. Ellis most recently served as associate campus minister at Morehouse College in Atlanta. He...
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"Attorneys for state Sen. Ulysses S. Currie, on trial for extortion and related charges, began his defense Monday by calling a witness who portrayed the Prince George's County legislator as endlessly pleasant, but not very bright." — The Baltimore...
Jonathan Kay, managing editor of Canada’s National Post, has made a major contribution to the understanding of the conspiratorial mindset in his recent publication, “Among The Truthers.” By reaching back into the history of well-...
People must take responsibility for their pets To the editor: I read with great interest the Sunday (July 31) articles beginning on page A1, "Who's In Control?" I also read the column regarding lost animals on a daily basis and follow the stories...
email@example.comBryce Harper kissed a ball goodbye Monday night, just as he had 13 other times this season as a member of the Hagerstown Suns. It was the kiss he delivered as he approached home plate after the home run that’s drawn national attention. The...
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