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I’m not in any way entertained by reality TV. One episode each of “Survivor,” “Big Brother” and Dancing With The Idols was evidence enough that there was nothing in the genre for me. OK, I got hooked on Orange County...
“To the Sharpsburg caller complaining about HM national sports coverage: For what I see, the HM has plenty of national sports coverage. The HM is the most popular paper in the Tri-State. Go to any store in Waynesboro, Greencastle, or Hagerstown; the...
Tags: Barack Obama, Assault, U.S. Congress, Politics, Japan
email@example.comIf you found yourself scratching your head Wednesday afternoon wondering why dozens of people were flailing about in Public Square, don’t feel so bad. Hagerstown resident Brandon Shirley, who was responsible for the act, said he had only found out...
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I’ll compromise if entertainment folks do likewise To the editor: One hears a lot recently about gun control. It is natural. No one can be unmoved about the killings in Connecticut. I am not ashamed to say I cried when I saw the pictures of those...
Sunday, December 9, 2012 BOYS BASKETBALL HYATTSVILLE, Md. — Marcus Derrickson scored 18 points and Franklin Howard added 11 as Paul VI pulled away from St. Maria Goretti in the second half for a 57-43 victory on Sunday at the National High...
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No one is surprised that Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder hates the New York Giants, or that Mike Shanahan hates the debilitating salary cap penalty imposed on his team by the NFL. And, by now, no one should be surprised that the Redskins are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWendy Crossland said she's always made it clear to her three kids that energy drinks were off-limits, and most importantly, never allowed in the house. "All I knew was that it had a lot of caffeine, which isn't good for anybody," she said, sitting in her...
email@example.comFebruary might be the month of love. But to millions of people around the world, the pursuit of romance happens 365 days a year. It happens with smoldering gazes, forbidden embraces and chance encounters with dangerous, mysterious men. It's a love...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was like a cluster of sequoias hovering overa batch of dogwoods. With six players standing 6-foot-6 and up, Montrose Christian brought its nationally-ranked boys basketball team from Rockville, Md., to face St. Maria Goretti at the Gael Center on...
Tags: Sports, Basketball
As I found myself reading the USA Today newspaper the other morning, one article caught my attention and I wondered if its story represented the future. In Rhode Island, the town of Central Falls is filing for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. Although the article...
Sharia law is nothing to be scared of To the editor: Are you concerned about sharia law? If you are, you should read the article in the June 13 USA Today, written by Amy Sullivan. She starts with the following statement: "If you are not vitally...
Tags: Human Interest, Elections, Republican Party, Politics, Islam
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...
Tags: Human Interest, NPR, Entertainment, People (magazine), Radio
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