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Special to The Herald-MailAfter completing two tours of duty in Afghanistan, Cpl. Kevin Ecke has watched eight of his friends return home wounded. It is for them that the Marine will run Friday, Aug. 10, in a Hagerstown charity race, Krumpe's Do-Nuts Alley Rally. The 5K run...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPfc. Kevin R. Jaye, a U.S. Army infantryman serving in Afghanistan, will be returning to the United States Friday after suffering numerous serious injuries from a improvised explosive device, his father said Wednesday. Ken Jaye of Smithsburg said his 25-...
Tags: Health, Bombings, Armed Conflicts, Broken Arm, U.S. Army
email@example.comFor the past 25 years or so, Ron and Doll Koons of Greencastle have claimed their spot under a shady tree at Cedar Hill Cemetery to ensure a bird’s-eye view of Greencastle’s annual Memorial Day parade and service. The first thing they did...
Dylan Eyler, the son of David and Shanda (Harty) Eyler of Cascade, was awarded his Eagle Scout Medal and Badge during an Eagle Scout Court of Honor held at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Sabillasville, Md. Eagle Scout John Hasty, the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Boonsboro engineering firm is pioneering research that uses radio waves to disable improvised explosive devices, or IEDs. Joe Foley, an electrical engineer and president of Emerging Science & Technologies Group Inc., said the basic concept involves...
A year after the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden, al-Qaida is hobbled and hunted, too busy surviving for the moment to carry out another Sept. 11-style attack on U.S. soil. But the terrorist network dreams still of payback, and U.S....
email@example.comJames Frush got right to the point when asked Monday about the United States’ involvement in Afghanistan. “Get out,” he said. “We didn’t belong over there in the first place.” Frush, 61, was among Hagerstown residents...
Tags: Osama bin Laden, Iraq, Don Davis, Al-Qaeda
Associated PressArmy Staff Sgt. Robert Bales is expected to be told Friday he faces 17 counts of murder and six counts of attempted murder, along with other charges, in connection with a shooting rampage in two southern Afghanistan villages that shocked Americans back...
Tags: Health, Head Injuries, Murder, U.S. Army, Robert Bales
firstname.lastname@example.orgU.S. Sen. Joe Manchin told community leaders in the Eastern Panhandle Friday to pick their top priority to spur economic development as a region and avoid only looking out for their own small territories. “You can’t go down (to Washington, D....
Stadium is not only issue in city election To the editor: I would like to make a few observations related to the recent opposition letter by J. Wallace McClure (March 20). First, I question why McClure continues to vehemently oppose the proposal for...
Tags: Health, Mental Health, Politics, Home Heating, Armed Forces
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