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M. Wayne Warrenfeltz, age 70, passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011 at his residence in Centerburg, Ohio, after a long illness. He was preceded in death by parents Milton O. and Mary E. (Poffenberger) Warrenfeltz. Wayne is survived by Patricia...
Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren, Pastor Rachel Black's sermon topic will be RSVP at the 10 a.m. service Sunday. April Boyle will be the worship leader. Sunday school is at 9 a.m. A volleyball tournament youth fundraiser will follow the service....
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Frances Hautz and Cody Lanehart were named students of the month for October at Washington County Technical High School. Frances is a senior enrolled in collision repair, advanced-placement U.S. history, advanced-placement literature and composition, and...
Halfway Little League is selling discount cards for several businesses in the area. The cards can be purchased for $10 and entitle the cardholder to discounts at some of the following locations: Freddies Subs, Papa Johns, El Ranchero, Meadows Ice Cream,...
email@example.comThe Potomac River serves as the southern border to all of Washington County, making it an obvious outlet on which anglers can try their luck. But there are a number of other places in the county where one can fish, ranging from small creeks to large...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Conococheague Creek holds a special place in Stephen L. Meyers' life, so he wrote a book about the waterway, titled "Walking In Water, A history of, and tales from The Conococheague Creek." "The book is a combination of my personal adventures on...
email@example.comTucked behind the Hagerstown Speedway along Conococheague Creek, the Washington County chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America reaches beyond the shooting ranges into the community with a mission that draws enthusiastic responses from chapter...
Jay Stephen “Steve” Russell, 66, retired colonel U.S. Army, of Colbert, Wash., marched/parachuted into heaven Friday morning with his wife, Sharon, in his arms. Son, Jay, and daughter-in-law, Mary, as well as numerous family members and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown man who has spent many hours fishing on the Conococheague Creek in Washington County and considers it his “second home” talked Sunday about what attracts him to the stream. Stephen Lynn Meyers signed copies of his new book,...
I hear many of you are knee deep in cucumbers these days! Really great, fresh tomatoes can’t be far behind! Boonsboro resident hooks a big fish Boonsboro resident Andrew Griffith made news in North Carolina last week when he reeled in a...
email@example.comEditor's note: This is the seventh in a series about neighborhood grocery stores. Family-owned grocery stores used to thrive in small towns across America. Now, many are ghosts in old business directories. But in Sharpsburg, where the past looms...
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