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Theodore Roosevelt was such a magnetic personality that his life story has been the subject for many authors. Edmund Morris has such a profound and enduring admiration for the former president that he has published his third volume, “Colonel...
Phillip Largent sank a free throw with 5 seconds left to lift Hedgesville to a 33-32 win over defending champion George Washington on Saturday in the lowest-scoring boys championship game under the current three-class format. Seventh-seeded Hedgesville...
Katherine B. (Auxt) Stonesifer, 91, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012, at her home in Verona, Va. Born March 6, 1920, in Chambersburg, Pa., she was the daughter of George and Harriet (Pugh) Auxt. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by sister,...
Saturday, December 10, 2011 MEN’S BASKETBALL CUMBERLAND, Md. — Malcolm Clark had 16 points for Hagerstown Community College in an 81-70 loss to University of South Carolina-Salkehatchi at the Allegany Pepsi Christmas Classic on Saturday....
Several years ago I had the good fortune to hear a neurologist give a professional paper about his post-mortem study of three historic figures with the goal of finding what relationship (if any) might exist between leadership and a nagging physical...
Editor’s note: This is the second installment in a six-part series looking back at some of the biggest local, regional and national stories of 2011. March 1 — In girls basketball, Smithsburg defeats Williamsport 40-28 in 1A playoffs. …...
A Hagerstown man has pleaded guilty in federal court to making false statements to the Federal Highway Administration regarding precast concrete used in the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and other highway projects, prosecutors said. Santos Eliazar Rivas, 32,...
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It was a great pleasure to discover "Woodrow Wilson And The Progressive Era" authored by Arthur S. Link. I wanted to get a more complete understanding of what "progressive" meant in the context of its historical setting. The formal definition, however,...
Margaret R. Garrett, 91, of Gaithersburg, Md., formerly of Friendship Heights, Washington, D.C., went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. She was the wife of the late Roscoe F. Garrett, who passed away May 16, 1981. Born March 8, 1920,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMary Rang Halligan Berkenbaugh has been through a lot in her 100 years of life. She lived through World War I, was around for Woodrow Wilson's presidency, the stock market crash, the beginning of radio and telephone, and World War II. Mary's brother,...
In 2009, I wrote a column titled “Should we be afraid of the dark?” It was a story about a doctor’s dilemma in keeping patients alive, after the quality of life is gone, only for them to suffer more. A few days after I wrote this...
email@example.comForget about the mammoth job facing the Williamsport Wildcats on Friday night. Sunday night, Williamsport coach Randy Longnecker and his staff assembled to start pouring over videotape, something that normally doesn’t happen at this time of year...
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