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I’ve got to dedicate this weeks column to one of my hardest working clients, Joellen Allenberg. She is 60 years old but outworks many of my younger clients. She has become super strong since we started working together, and regularly cycles 30-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBacteria that sickened 79 Tri-State-area residents who consumed unpasteurized milk in early 2012 is the focus of a newly released report authored in part by researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Campylobacter jejuni...
email@example.comA shelter for domestic abuse and sexual assault victims in Washington County run by Citizens Assisting and Sheltering the Abused, or CASA, has temporarily closed as the result of a bedbug infestation. Five women and seven children were affected by the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgYou've been working hard to lose weight — following your diet to the letter, battling through food temptations and putting in extra time each day on the treadmill. But your husband, who is following the same routine, is shedding the pounds more...
Associated PressLetters sent to President Barack Obama and a Mississippi senator tested positive for poisonous ricin in preliminary checks Wednesday, and authorities chased reports of other suspicious mail at a U.S. Capitol already on edge. An FBI intelligence...
A sheriff known for cracking down on the drug trade in southern West Virginia’s coalfields was fatally shot Wednesday in the spot where he usually parked his car for lunch, a state official said, and a suspect was in custody. State Police told...
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email@example.comIt's difficult to make concussion statistics scarier than they are. But here are a few eye-openers: - Each year, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.7 million people in the United States suffer a traumatic brain injury. About...
Potatoes were brought to Europe from the Andes by Spanish Catholics, which meant Protestants were opposed to them for religious reasons. As late as the 1700s, what passed for campaign bumper stickers in England in those days read, “No Potatoes, No...
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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...
“Happens every time: First the government calls for a gun ban, then you see a lot of shootings where there were none. Can’t tell me that’s a coincidence.” — Cumberland, Md. “To the Greencastle caller on Feb. 1,...
Concealed-carry permits could lead to less gun crime To the editor: Thomas Sowell, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, correctly notes that the gun-control controversy is debated almost solely in terms of fixed preconceptions, with little or no...
“To the statement in the paper about the Bible and not judging people, from someone in Smithsburg: I know what the Bible says, but making a statement that’s actually the truth about someone, I guess hurts some people.” — Hagerstown...
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