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Cool Pines Farm in Hagerstown has entered four beef heifers in the Angus division of the 39th annual North American International Livestock Exposition, scheduled for Nov. 3 to 16 in Louisville, Ky. The event takes place at the Kentucky Exposition...
email@example.comA horse show in Inwood, W.Va., next week is one of two major annual fundraisers needed to keep the word of God spreading among the 1,000 or so “backstretch” workers at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. The money augments the $100,000...
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Audrey K. Hallowell, age 83, of Chambersburg, Pa., passed away at Manor Care Health Services on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012. Born in Hagerstown, Md., on Jan. 1, 1929, she was the daughter of the late Walter R. and Irene L. Bowers Snyder. An avid...
Handling a tractor proved to be more involved than it would at first appear for the participants in a driving contest Wednesday at the Washington County Ag Expo and Fair. Matthew Welling of Hagerstown knew first-hand what it took to participate in 4-H...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAgricultural literacy is a large concern of mine, and sort of a cause, if you will. My concern was heightened when I read about a survey conducted by a British charity called LEAF, which revealed that only 40 percent of young adults associated cows with...
email@example.comWhen Bruce Massey moved to the area 31 years ago, he found himself with time on his hands. By day, he settled into his full-time job with the State of Maryland’s unemployment office. By night, Old South Mountain Inn in Boonsboro became his second...
Parkhead Church will hold its monthly Senior Saints Potpie Luncheon Tuesday, June 19, at noon at the fellowship hall behind the church. The community is invited to attend. Donations will be accepted. For more information, call Edna at 301-842-2649....
The Herald-Mail interviewed four Washington County families that raise chickens for food and hobby. - David Gray Sr. and his son, David Gray Jr., keep three chickens on their quarter-acre lot in Boonsboro. - Deb IntVeldt keeps nine chickens on...
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More than $23,000 in free groceries will be given away in the Mid-Atlantic Farmers Feed U.S. sweepstakes, which is open online through April 3. Grand-prize winners will be selected from Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia to...
I can remember many years ago, in the heyday of downtown Hagerstown, my mom and grandmother would take me to the big city in search of some school clothes. Regular stops at J.J. Newberry’s, Rosen’s and McCrory’s were always a part...
Nothing makes me happier than a catfight between TV doctors. Actually, I didn’t know that nothing made me happier than a public catfight between TV doctors until I saw one last week, and realized I hadn’t been so amused since I saw the tea...
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