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firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher B. Shank said his strongest feeling about the debt-ceiling battle in Washington, D.C., is as an American citizen, not as a Maryland state senator. “I am deeply frustrated at both sides at their inability to get the job done,”...
email@example.comNo two ways about it, air service out of Hagerstown to BWI is a sweet ride. Parking is free. The walk to the terminal is a few hundred feet at most, and there are no serious lines at the counter, no lines at security, no lines — well, anywhere....
Defeat of Ryan budget a victory for seniors To the editor: The defeat of the Ryan budget in the U.S. Senate by a vote of 57-40 last week was a victory for America's seniors and a clear message that Americans will not tolerate dismantling of the...
This column is about retired CWO5 Fred L. Shinbur, the Maryland Joint Veterans Committee’s Veteran of the Year for 2011. Probably the most important word in that entire first sentence is “veteran,” and I believe Chief Shinbur is proudest...
firstname.lastname@example.orgClaiming the Obama Administration has not kept its promises on health care reform, U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster said Tuesday that the Republican majority in the House of Representatives will "chip away" at the money needed to keep the program viable. Shuster,...
email@example.comWord came Tuesday afternoon that the U.S. Senate is poised to adopt a resolution allowing the body of Frank W. Buckles, the last surviving doughboy, to lie in honor in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. Buckles, of Charles Town, died early Sunday. He was 110....
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor 20 years, whenever a push was made to protect the massive Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the land in Alaska was left as is because the state's U.S. senators wouldn't let the government touch it. "Nobody knew what to do," former President Jimmy...
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email@example.comAs a teenage page for the U.S. House of Representatives, Donald F. Munson was beneath the House chamber balcony when a group of Puerto Rican nationalists on the balcony opened fire on members of Congress in March 1954. When he was a state delegate,...
"I was glad to see on Dec. 30 in Mail Call, information about Christmas. It is true, Christmas traditions started about 400 A.D. It was never a commandment, but a tradition — but a good tradition." — Hagerstown "I see where...
Rockefeller, Capito introduced legislation to name courthouse for late district Judge W. Craig Broadwatermatthewu@herald-mail.comU.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller and Rep. Shelley Moore Capito introduced legislation Tuesday to name the federal courthouse building in Martinsburg in honor of the late district Judge W. Craig Broadwater. Broadwater, who died in 2006 at age 56, had served...
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