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firstname.lastname@example.orgJefferson County Sheriff Robert E. “Bobby” Shirley has tendered his resignation, Jefferson County Commissioner Patsy Noland said Friday. Noland said Shirley dropped off a one-sentence letter of resignation at her home between 5:30 and 6 p.m....
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“I see where some thought that the federal government should bail out citizens because of what are called natural disasters. I find this not a part of what the federal government’s for. This should be covered by states or other organizations....
To no one’s surprise, the right of privacy came into question by diehards of the right in the recent election cycle. Conservative politicians have promised to undo Roe v. Wade, which is grounded on this right. Ever since Roe v. Wade became law,...
email@example.comLocal Republicans said Wednesday that although the statewide vote on ballot questions didn’t go their way, they were glad that voters had been given a chance to weigh in on controversial legislation they said they believed had been “pushed...
Capital News ServiceDavid M. Johnson knows how to convince people. The 65-year-old spent the majority of his adult life as an advertising executive in New York City, with clients such as Pepsi and GE Corporate. He’s even credited with coming up with Dodge’s...
“Embracing Our Oneness” was the theme of Church Women United in Washington County’s annual meeting and human rights celebration Sept. 24 at Washington Square United Methodist Church in Hagerstown. The three individuals honored were...
Was God “booed” at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte earlier this month? A simple procedural process of getting a reference to God and a statement about Jerusalem and Israel in the Democratic platform turned into a public...
firstname.lastname@example.orgActing on legal advice, the Greencastle-Antrim School Board has halted its tradition of opening meetings with the Lord’s Prayer and replaced it with a moment of silence. At Thursday night’s meeting, however, audience members recited the Lord&...
The U.S. dispatched an elite group of Marines to Tripoli on Wednesday following a mob attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans. U.S. officials are investigating whether the violence — initially blamed on an anti-...
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The divide between minorities and GOP grows wider To the editor: I attended all-white schools as a kid. My college, the basketball powerhouse, University of Kentucky, squandered several championship opportunities before black players were welcomed to...
It is a safe bet that many Americans are unaware that two legal milestones are reaching their 50th birthday: Engel v. Vitale, which brought an end to government sponsored prayers (1962) and Griswold v. Connecticut (1965) which struck down the law that...
email@example.comAndrew Drum had never seen a picture of the Bible used in President Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration in 1861, but that changed Monday with a picture that is part of a display of Civil War-period images and information in the Kepler Center at...
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