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Howard Eugene Ruskie, died Oct. 18, 2012, in Hagerstown after a life filled with the joy of learning, imagining, and working with all. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held Saturday, Nov. 17, at 2 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church...
We are all aware of the human capacity to make verbal or written blunders. Some are merely humorous, while others have serious consequences. There have only been snickers at Calvin Coolidge’s statement that, “The unemployed are out of work.&...
West Virginia lawmakers launched a comprehensive survey Monday to learn more about the state’s legions of military veterans and their needs before the next legislative session. Aided by psychologists and counselors, the project plans to ask...
Edward O. Wilson is one of the most creative, productive and interesting scientists. He has authored over 20 books and has traveled the world to study insects. His controversial publications and lectures generate heated reactions which, on one occasion...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County’s slow recovery from the recession is making employers cautious about whether to hire more workers, according to local job training and employment specialists. As a result, many of the businesses that are seeing some spurts in...
In remembrance of a fine historian To the editor: I am very sad to learn that Don C. Wood has passed on. When I was researching my novel about the first year of Belle Boyd’s career, “The Shenandoah Spy” and doing the final walking-...
Several writers have told their story by the use of contrast in two cities to get their message across. St. Augustine set the City of God against the City of Satan to illustrate the eternal conflict between good and evil. Charles Dickens compared London...
America has just been given a wonderful gift — the opportunity to move forward with a progressive agenda that meets the needs and ideals of this nation. President Obama may now continue a vision that was stalled by inherited problems and a...
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The 2012 general election campaign officially begins this week with the opening of the Republican National Convention, followed next week by the Democratic Convention. The parties’ presidential nominees, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, have been...
One of the delightful features of writing is receiving an interesting article with an unusual point of view or some vital facts. Such was the case when a very able and well-known historian, Doug Bast, sent a virtually unknown letter penned in 1867 by a...
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Honesty requires the admission of neglect for the deserved recognition of many progressive women who have contributed so much to our nation. I was inspired to read the life of Frances Perkins as a result of getting so many thrilling bits and pieces from...
email@example.comAubrey Sparks isn’t your typical teenager. She was 14 when she started as a student at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va., and has just finished her third year there, majoring in philosophy and political science and minoring in peacemaking. She&...
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