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Staff CorrespondentThe Saint James and St. Maria Goretti girls basketball teams threw everything they had against each other in Saturday’s Independent-Private School League matchup, but Goretti used endurance to come out with a 50-42 victory. “It was a...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Basketball
email@example.comIt's summertime and that means indulging in the fried, yummy goodness of carnival food. From the traditional candy apples and funnel cakes to the more unusual chocolate-covered frozen bananas, local food lovers can enjoy some guilty indulgences....
Tags: Vermont, Apples, Bananas, Ice Cream, Arts and Culture
By Melissa Tewes When making "old standbys" or family recipes, we often follow the recipe to a T to keep the consistent quality that we are used to. However, there are many simple recipe modifications that can turn potentially high-calorie, high-fat,...
Tags: Salt, Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Turkey (animal), Kidney Beans
The third in the lineup of mother sauces is tomato sauce, which is a generic term for any sauce that is based mainly on tomatoes. Tomato sauce can either be raw or cooked, from a few minutes to several hours. You can use olive oil or rendered bacon...
By Melissa Tewes Whether you are eating out or dining in, the side dishes you choose to accompany your main entree can make or break your otherwise healthful meal. If you are dining out, try choosing restaurants that offer a variety of choices. Don't...
Tags: Chives, Salt, Sour Cream, Gravy, Butter
"X-Men: First Class" is the fifth film (and second prequel) in the "X-Men" franchise. At this point I would expect the series to be shedding quality in order to be more efficient in pumping out by-the numbers installments. And yet "X-Men: First Class"...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Ryan Horst brought a piece of Korea to Martinsburg, W.Va., last summer, it was a big hit. Horst's Korean-inspired shrimp burger won the Grand Champion award at last year's Big Bad Burger Contest. "He won by a landslide," said event coordinator...
Tags: Peppers, Transportation, Apples, Butter, Justice System
email@example.comBoonsboro remembered the fallen Sunday during a solemn Memorial Day service. Then the southern Washington County town’s downtown was filled with sounds of celebration as onlookers cheered, applauded and waved as a parade of musicians, Cub Scouts,...
Meetings Leitersburg Senior Citizens Monday, Feb. 7, 11:30 a.m. Leitersburg Fire Hall, 21431 Leiter St., Leitersburg. Speaker will be Cathy Hanson, instructor for Laughter Yoga Club. All seniors are welcome. Call Dorothy Smith at 301-733-8107. Hagerstown...
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 GIRLS LACROSSE MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Kayla Peterson led Saint James with six goals and two assists, and Margaret Bacon added five goals and an assist in the Saints’ season-opening 20-9 win over Mercersburg Academy...
The Tuscarora District of the Mason-Dixon Council, Boy Scouts of America, held its annual banquet Jan. 29 at the Shady Grove Community Center. Nearly 80 Scouts and Scouters were in attendance for a home-cooked meal prepared by the Tuscarora kitchen...
Monday, January 31, 2011 GIRLS BASKETBALL Colleen Costello had 27 points, including the 1,000th of her high school career, as St. Maria Goretti beat Saint James 39-35 on Monday. Costello also had 10 rebounds and seven blocks and Beth Eich had nine...
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