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This is the perfect time to legislate personhood To the editor: In rebuttal to a recent letter to the editor, this is, rather, the perfect time to politicize and legislate personhood. In fact, it will always be the perfect time until the simple...
A former Hagerstown man extradited from the Czech Republic earlier this year on decade-old rape charges pleaded guilty to first-degree assault Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Klaus Werner Vonmahr, 51, a German national, was arrested in...
Tags: Washington (U.S. state), Lawyers, Sex Crimes, Rape, Punishment
In 1935, prolific novelist Sinclair Lewis wrote an imaginative account of a fascist takeover in the United States during the depth of the Great Depression. The stage was set by Lewis in an argument between some friends about the possibility of a fascist...
Retired U.S. Army Maj. Dieter Protsch accepted a $2,097.54 donation from John Flannery of Flannery’s Tavern on the Square in Mercersburg. Protsch will use the money to purchase phone cards for U.S. troops at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany....
firstname.lastname@example.orgCharles Town native Martha Manuel was with four friends Friday night as they made their way in the dark from the third level to the lifeboats to escape the stricken Italian cruise liner Costa Concordia off Tuscany, her father said Monday. On Tuesday,...
Tags: U.S. Army
email@example.comFor more than 30 years, J. Michael "Mike" Boyd's vehicle was identifiable by his personalized license plates — WEEDS. The plates, which summed up his passion for his career in agronomy, drew attention wherever he traveled, his family said. "He did...
Tags: NATO, U.S. Army, Retirement, Travel, Colleges and Universities
firstname.lastname@example.orgA U.S. Marine from Waynesboro injured in Afghanistan was expected to arrive at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., Tuesday evening for continued treatment of fractured vertebrae. Lance Cpl. Matthew Shank, 21, was wounded when an MRAP all-...
Hilltop Christian Fellowship, 12624 Trinity Church Drive, Clear Spring, will hold its annual chicken barbecue Saturday, June 4, at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to the free event. Bring a lawn chair and join church members for an evening of fun and food....
Tags: Ice Cream, Shriners, Foods and Beverages, Steaks, Salads
Law enforcement officers deserve our thanks To the editor: Well, May 15, 2011, has come and gone, and many in the four-state area have forgotten a very important day. May 15 each year is National Peace Officers Memorial Day. For those of you not...
Tags: Crimes, Washington, DC, John F. Kennedy, Memorial Day, Holidays
MARCH 30, 1929-FEB. 28, 2011 BOONSBORO, Md. — Arnold G. Perrey, 81, of 7540 Sharpsburg Pike, Boonsboro, passed away Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center, Hagerstown, Md. Born March 30, 1929, in Gumbinnen, Germany, to the late Fritz and...
A head-on train crash in eastern Germany killed 10 people and injured at least 33 others, eight of them severely, local firefighters said Sunday, and police feared the death toll could rise. A passenger and a cargo train crashed head-on near Hordorf...
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