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firstname.lastname@example.orgAs much as we dislike Big Brother, it’s good to know that other nations must also deal with the fussy bureaucratic matrons who are always overseeing the national diet, specifying what and what does not count as edible fare. Russia, for example,...
The "American Dream" is alive and well in Hagerstown — in the person of Tuyen Tran. Some of you might know her as "Melissa," the skilled and gentle nail technician at Nail Palace & Spa in Hagerstown's North End. This spring, Melissa's husband,...
West Virginia has some of the strictest limits on exempting children from vaccines required before they can attend school. Some parents are lobbying the Legislature to change that, while public health officials warn that the state already suffers low...
This summer, Hagerstown Community College’s College for Kids program will offer a variety of classes for students entering grades six through eight. Courses offered include “A Pair of Genes;” “Discovering Shakespeare;” and...
email@example.comDuring a discussion Tuesday on a proposed ordinance that would place strict liability on pit bull-type dog owners and their landlords in the event of an animal bite, the Hagerstown City Council agreed it may be barking up the wrong tree. The situation...
Last week, a friend of mine lost her long battle with cancer. Lynette Alicea was a unstoppable fighter, who was determined to beat the terrible disease, and almost did. Unfortunately, despite the valiant efforts she and her family put forth, cancer...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAgricultural literacy is a large concern of mine, and sort of a cause, if you will. My concern was heightened when I read about a survey conducted by a British charity called LEAF, which revealed that only 40 percent of young adults associated cows with...
Lindsay Rae Upperman of Chambersburg, Pa., recently received a $1,000 scholarship from the CHS Foundation, one of the nation’s leading cooperatives, owned by farmers, ranchers and co-ops. Upperman will study animal science and genetics at Butler...
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“What is the name of the first horse to win the Kentucky Derby?” That was one of the many questions asked at the Maryland State 4-H Horse Bowl competition on April 23 at the University of Maryland. This year’s Washington County...
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email@example.comNathan Minnich always figured he would do things in a big way. It’s his nature. He is big in stature and he uses it to his advantage in his way of life — as a power-hitting first baseman for Shepherd University. “Back in Little League,...
Rail trail in south end of Washington County a great idea To the editor: I heartily commend Tim Rowland and Marguerite Klein for their informed endorsement of the proposed Civil War Rail Trail. It seems to me especially significant that Ms. Klein is a...
Franklin County, Pa., resident Lindsay Upperman took grand champion market steer honors with her 1,315-pound light heavyweight crossbred steer, Stetson, on Sunday at the 2012 Pennsylvania Farm Show, according to a news release. Upperman, 19, of...
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