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Some people are content to work all their lives and never enjoy the many wonders of the world. I’m not one of those folks. I enjoy fishing. Late fall had arrived and it was time for the dogs (my fishing buddies) to head down to Smith Island. The...
A fisherman was rescued by a passer-by after he waded into the Potomac River Sunday morning and got swept away, said Assistant Fire Chief Roger Otzelberger of Potomac Valley Volunteer Fire Co. A woman passing by the area, near Lock 33 and near where the...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you want to be one of the 1,100 fishermen whose lines will hit the water Saturday morning for the start of the largest trout derby in the region, it’s not too late to register. The Chambersburg Noontime Lions Club two-day fishing contest...
email@example.comThe 15th annual Chambersburg Noontime Lions Club Trout Derby hooked fishermen from as far away as South Carolina, Virginia and New Jersey, but it was a Franklin County, Pa., man who took biggest fish honors. Kenneth Wink of Waynesboro, Pa., caught a...
Boonsboro renames four alleys BOONSBORO — The Boonsboro Town Council on Monday approved names for four previously unnamed alleys in town. Alley 1, which intersects with North Main Street and the Boonsboro Historical Park, is now Blecker View. Alley...
Planning is under way by the One Mountain Foundation for the seventh annual Mountaintop Heritage Days scheduled for Saturday, June 30, and Sunday, July 1, in the Cascade and Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., areas. Events are open to the public and will include...
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Jonathan Robert Miller graduated cum laude from Shippensburg University on May 5 with a Bachelor of Science in business administration in accounting. While at Shippensburg, Jonathan founded the Shippensburg University Fishing...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen the sun goes down, anxiety sets in. Howard Burch is haunted by sounds, smells, horror and grief. After the 1983 suicide bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, Burch was among the U.S. Marines on body detail. “We had to go in and...
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.orgPeople jammed into parks and swimming pools and — despite scorching heat — others fired up grills, jumped on bicycles and turned out at favorite fishing spots during the unofficial start of summer on Memorial Day. Several orange cones blocked...
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email@example.comEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of profiles of local restaurant chefs. Chris Grossnickle opened Brickyard Grill in downtown Hagerstown in November of 2010, providing sandwiches and soups for downtown workers. The restaurant faces...
The Russell Francis Tonoloway Fishing Rodeo takes place Saturday at Tonoloway Lake on Woodmont Road just west of Hancock. Those ages 13 and younger can fish from 8 to 11 a.m. There will be prizes, food available. Organized by Tonoloway Rod and Gun...
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Soap Box Derby All-American Soap Box Derby local race will feature youth from the Tri-State area competing for a trip to Akron, Ohio, for the international race. 9 a.m. today. Hancock. For information, call Scott Fox at 301-678-6613. Fishing rodeo...
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