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firstname.lastname@example.orgSpring has sprung and many in the community are hard at spring chores. This is the time of year that many a pound of fertilizer is applied to hill and dale. Before you open the fertilizer or dust off your spreader, ask yourself this question, “...
Tags: Fertilizer, Chemical Industry
Esquire magazine recently published an issue titled “For Our Divided Times,” which featured 79 things “We All Can Agree On.” OK, I’m buying. The cover choice, however, was a little odd: Bill Clinton, who was one of the...
Earth Day will be celebrated at Discovery Station on Sunday at 3 p.m. The science program with student activities is based on the book “A River Ran Wild” by Lynn Cherry. The book encourages children to be aware of and how to care for their...
As we celebrated Earth Day on Sunday, I was reminded of this Native American proverb: “We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” Salem students celebrate Earth Day Students at Salem Avenue...
Editor's note: This column has been corrected to show that in 2009, the effort kept an average of 18 tons of recyclables out of the county landfill each month. The recycling tonnage at the two bins increased to a monthly average of nearly 26 tons in 2010....
Don't look for Vice President Joe Biden or President Obama to make a big "green job" announcement anytime soon. With all the solar energy companies declaring bankruptcy the last few weeks, it is hard to keep score of the failures. As National Review...
email@example.comThe clatter of empty Pepsi-Cola cans falling on concrete outside a convenience store in Martinsburg on Monday signaled the formal debut of PepsiCo’s national “Dream Machine” recycling initiative in the Tri-State. More than 100 cans...
F&M Trust CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Tricia A. Baney has joined F&M Trust as a credit recovery officer. Baney brings nearly 14 years of experience in the financial-services industry to F&M Trust. She began her career with American General Financial...
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America Recycles Day, recognized annually on Nov. 15, celebrates the successes of recycling while providing an educational platform that helps raise awareness about the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling every day, all throughout the year....
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A simple solution for Boonsboro's recycling woes To the editor: The Third Annual Boonsboro Green Fest drew approximately 2,200 visitors, most from Washington County, with some guests from as far as California, Colorado and Massachusetts. As chairperson...
The Washington County Solid Waste Advisory Committee announced the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Award, which is designed to honor individuals, businesses or groups that do the best job of recycling each year. The awards will be made annually, in April, to...
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