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email@example.comIn the beginning, it was only rain — and rain happens all the time. But, 75 years ago, Mother Nature turned water into a malicious mad dog. In Williamsport, it ripped away buildings, destroyed bridges and sent people scrambling to the second...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs rain continues to fall over the Tri-State area Thursday morning, a flood warning for areas of Washington, Jefferson and Berkeley counties through Friday night remains in effect. As of 8:40 a.m. Thursday, 0.60 inches of rain had fallen in Hagerstown...
Spring is just around the corner, and with a few warm days, we will all be itching to get outside and do something. We all know spring is a time of birth and rebirth, planting and sowing, as well as the flowering of trees and bulbs that have been...
email@example.comThe Franklin County Shelter for the Homeless will reopen Tuesday after an infestation of bedbugs forced its shutdown for almost the entire month of January. After a recent inspection confirmed that the bedbugs were gone, shelter Coordinator Trudy...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor 20 years, whenever a push was made to protect the massive Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the land in Alaska was left as is because the state's U.S. senators wouldn't let the government touch it. "Nobody knew what to do," former President Jimmy...
Tags: Mike Gravel, Government, Elections, Fairbanks, Wildlife
email@example.comThe road from crisis to confidence isn't an easy one — not when you've dealt with years of broken bones, black eyes and a constant litany of verbal threats. It's a road that often takes a lot of twists and turns. But, often, the path leads to CASA...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher Lynn Johnson, the Fairfield, Pa., man accused of killing Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation Officer David L. Grove, winked at someone Friday morning as he left the Adams County courtroom where he had just been officially notified that the...
email@example.comIn 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s interior secretary signed the order creating an 8.9 million-acre Arctic National Wildlife Range, saving what today has grown into 19 million acres of protected wilderness in Alaska’s northeast corner....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Franklin County (Pa.) Shelter for the Homeless will close temporarily starting Saturday to address an infestation of bedbugs. The shelter is owned and operated by South Central Community Action Programs Inc. The Franklin County Commissioners have...
What do gardeners do in winter? Plenty. Freezing temperatures are not about to keep us from thinking green and nurturing plants. Here are a few tips to keep your plants healthy and your thumb green throughout the winter months: • Stay...
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