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email@example.comWashington County Board of education member Karen Harshman has questioned the practice of naming schools after individuals or families. One of her concerns, she said, was that over time, people no longer would remember who the person was, or why a...
If you are older than 55 and had the good fortune to have coffee at Crawford’s Confectionery yesterday, it was probably courtesy of Reeders Memorial Home. As a community outreach, Reeders is providing complimentary coffee the second Monday of each...
We lost a dear, deer friend in Bucky To the editor: On Saturday, March 16, we got the phone call that we were dreading. Bucky, the lovable, tame, Sharpsburg-area “pet” deer was dead, with a rope around his neck and caught in a fence. In...
It turns out this year’s flu shot is doing a startlingly dismal job of protecting senior citizens, the most vulnerable age group. The vaccine is proving only 9 percent effective in people 65 and older against the harsh strain of the flu that is...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere’s something to be said for not wasting a second chance. Christian Lopez of Martinsburg, W.Va., knows that all too well as he basked in the glory of making it to the next phase of “American Idol” during the infamous Hollywood Week,...
email@example.comAs wine was poured, hors d’oeuvres were tasted and music was performed, several people milled about tables, deciding whether to place bids on items ranging from gift cards and gift baskets to personal concerts and a Bustin Ratmobile, a downhill...
Being a guy, I have taken a number of guy-endorsed precautions to guard against the flu. For example, until further notice, the five-second rule governing the edibility of food that has hit the floor had been modified into a three-second rule. There are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHistory has a way of repeating itself in the annual North Hagerstown-South Hagerstown dual meet. The two wrestling teams met again Wednesday night at North, and the Hubs won — again. And it wasn’t close — again. North prevailed in 12...
email@example.comNurses in Washington County Public Schools have been seeing about 20,000 students a month since Meritus Medical Center took over the nursing program this school year, officials said at a Washington County Board of Education meeting Tuesday afternoon....
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Saturday, January 19, 2013 PREP SWIMMING SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — The St. Maria Goretti boys and girls teams swept their tri-meets at Shepherd University on Saturday. The Goretti boys defeated Martinsburg 60-25, Washington 53-40 and Hedgesville...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe odds are against receiving a “golden ticket” to Hollywood for most who audition for “American Idol.” Christian Lopez, 17, of Martinsburg, W.Va., has not only heard those words “You’re going to Hollywood” once...
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