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firstname.lastname@example.orgAyako Shiga knows how difficult it can be to learn a foreign language. When she was growing up in Tokyo, she failed her first semester of English in middle school. During a break that semester, she went to visit her father in Australia and couldn’...
Tags: Travel, Teaching and Learning, Teachers, Human Interest, Schools
Associated PressTwo massive earthquakes triggered back-to-back tsunami warnings for Indonesia on Wednesday, sending panicked residents fleeing to high ground in cars and on the backs of motorcycles. There were no signs of deadly waves, however, or serious damage, and a...
email@example.comLess than a week ago, five Japanese language students from Boonsboro High School were on their way home from a spring break trip to Japan with their teacher, Ayako Shiga. On Saturday, the school’s 25 Japanese students, including Japanese exchange...
A series of earthquakes rattled Tokyo and northeast Japan late Wednesday evening, but caused no apparent damage or injury in the same region hit by last year’s devastating tsunami. The first tremor off Hokkaido island was 6.8 magnitude and prompted...
Tags: Tsunamis, Japan, Natural Disasters, Tokyo (Japan), Earthquakes
firstname.lastname@example.orgLast January, astrologer Jeanne Mozier told a Shepherdstown audience that events in 1848 in Europe was the basis for her prediction that 2011 would be a year of revolutions around the world. Hence the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street. “The...
email@example.comA lucky spin of the wheel last April 8 turned Allison Speaker of Shepherdstown into the queen of the 2011 National Cherry Blossom Festival — a title she gives up April 13 when a new spin picks her successor. Speaker, 23, daughter of Homer Speaker...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere was no single incident that caused Helen Simar to join the Army in 1943. Mostly, it was listening to stories told by her father. He served in World War I, Simar said, and often talked of his military experience and how much he loved it. His words...
Tags: Health, World War II (1939-1945), Human Interest, Nursing, Japan
email@example.comThe governor of Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan — Maryland’s “sister state” — visited Boonsboro High School Thursday to thank the students for their donations to earthquake relief and formalize a “sister school”...
Tags: Ceremonies, Travel, Schools, Human Interest, Education
Boonsboro High School raised the most money of any school in Maryland in the Maryland Kids Care: Collecting Pennies (and More) campaign to assist relief efforts in Japan. Boonsboro's student-led effort raised $6,233.68, and the school recently was...
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