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By now, it seems like there is a new diet plan for every person walking this Earth. Here's the problem though: Not everyone is giving you the whole truth. Some people are promoting a particular endorsed product, others are using questionable, obscure...
Schools to have school health services Washington County Public Schools will have school health services for the start of the school year, which is Wednesday, Assistant Superintendent Mike Markoe told the school board Tuesday night. The school system...
email@example.comWhen the school year begins in less than 10 days, some Washington County Public Schools employees are expected to have one more duty and it’s one that has some school system officials concerned. Due to a new state law that took effect this summer,...
Recent events in Texas have once again prompted me to take up educating folks about agriculture. In case you did not hear, 15 steers died on a small ranch east of Austin, Texas, from prussic acid poisoning after grazing in a field of hybrid Bermudagrass...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe trial of a Hagerstown man accused of fatally stabbing his roommate and leaving the body in a closet of their apartment for days began Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court with testimony by the woman who discovered the victim. Darrell Hicks,...
email@example.comA Hagerstown man faces a sentence of up to 30 years in prison after a Washington County Circuit Court jury convicted him of second-degree murder in the 2011 stabbing death of his roommate, whose decomposing body was found in their apartment. Darrell...
Commissioners’ decision demeans kids, nurses To the editor: I’m writing as the parent of two children in our county school system, concerning our County Commissioners recent decision to cut the school nurse budget entirely. One of my...
Tags: Nursing, Diabetes, Job Layoffs, Insulin, Politics
Father, grandfather gives his best to his family To the editor: “He put God first, family second, above all else. That’s the mark of a great father and a great Christian leader.” I witnessed this quote under my father. He always had...
Tags: Nursing, Annapolis, Diabetes, Executive Branch, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgTina Webster jokingly said the only reason her parents had children was so they would have someone to pull weeds out of their garden. So when the Fairplay woman started gardening, she wanted to make the experience fun and interesting for her daughter....
email@example.comA Washington County Circuit Court jury began deliberations shortly before noon Friday in the case of Darrell Hicks, charged last year with murder after the decomposing body of his roommate was found in the West Franklin Street apartment they share. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's not the life they imagined — living in a car, destitute and discouraged. They were once productive individuals, with the stability of a job and a roof over their heads. But then life took the nastiest of turns. The paycheck was gone, along...
Tags: Family, Human Interest, Career and Workplace, Employment, Salt
West Virginia University Hospitals-East and the WVU Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Eastern Division will sponsor a community mini-medical school program on seasonal allergies. The seminar, Environmental Allergies: Testing and Treatment, is...
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