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The Pennsylvania departments of Conservation and Natural Resources and Health announced Tuesday that fishing and boating again are permitted at the lake at Cowans Gap State Park in Fulton County. The lake remains closed to swimming, according to a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJefferson County planning officials first started thinking about the future of the seven-mile stretch of U.S. 340 from the Virginia line to the Charles Town city line in 2004 when it adopted its then new Comprehensive Plan. The plan called for a study of...
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources-Forest Service, needs your help in gathering walnuts. Every year, about 6 million tree seedlings are grown at the John S. Ayton State Tree Nursery near Preston, Md., in Caroline County. About 47 different...
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email@example.comA confirmed case of epizootic hemorrhagic disease was discovered in a white-tailed deer in the Williamsport area in late summer, and other cases have been reported in the Clear Spring area, according to a Maryland Department of Natural Resources official....
Martin S. Kaetzel of Hagerstown is part of the latest graduating class of the Maryland Natural Resources Police, the agency said Friday. Kaetzel will be assigned to Baltimore County. Eight officers are in the class that graduated Thursday at the...
Maryland Natural Resources Police are offering safety tips to hunters following a tree-stand accident last week east of Hancock that sent a man and woman to the hospital. Robert D. Funk, 53, and Holly E. Funk, 22, both of Hancock, were taken to Meritus...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe taste and odor of water piped to thousands of Berkeley County residents from the Potomac River should improve if a project to blend it with water pumped from three new wells north of Spring Mills is approved, officials said Thursday. The Potomac...
This is my final column. As a volunteer with other work obligations, I intend to turn my attention to developing a forestry outreach program that is less deadline-driven. I have enjoyed having this forum to share forestry facts and some ideas on how...
email@example.comOne day last winter, Deb Eckel was taking a walk around her Keedysville neighborhood when a neighbor's Doberman-mix dog broke through its electric fence and bit her on the leg. Concerned the dog might harm others, Eckel said, she called the health...
By the time you read this column, the sun will have set on the 2011 Washington County Ag Expo & Fair. As I have mentioned previously, as a boy I enjoyed attending and competing at the Great Hagerstown Fair. But as we know, it had a sad ending in the...
Ronald Gelain Antill, 80, of 1036 The Terrace, Hagerstown, Md., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Born Sunday, March 22, 1931, in Cameron, W.Va., he was the son of the late Perry Antill and the late Bernice...
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