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Well, here we are in 2012, and if we are honest, it will take us another month before we stop writing 2011. As I heard folks lamenting about 2011 and how many were glad to see it go, I was bemused. For some reason, when things get a little uncomfortable...
email@example.comPennsylvania State Police say a Chambersburg, Pa., man is a victim of fraud in which a woman sold his racehorse for slaughter. Police allege Kelsey Elva Lefever, 24, of Honey Brook, Pa., sold horses to slaughter under the pretense she would care for,...
It takes a highly motivated writer with a dedication to detail to chronicle the drama and historical significance of what has come to be called the Roosevelt “Court packing” plan. Jeff Shesol has done a masterful job of re-creating the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe field of candidates who have filed for statewide office in West Virginia’s May 8 primary includes an increasing number of Eastern Panhandle residents. Former Del. Larry V. Faircloth, a Republican from Berkeley County, filed for state auditor on...
email@example.comMaryland health officials say laboratory tests have confirmed the presence of the illness-causing bacteria, Campylobacter jejuni, in two unopened samples purchased from the Family Cow farm in Chambersburg The number of people in Pennsylvania, Maryland,...
The following Berkeley and Jefferson county residents have filed candidacy papers for county, state and federal offices in the May 8 primary election. The deadline to file for the upcoming election was Saturday at midnight. Berkeley County Republicans...
Mark Twain Noe, 73, of Harrisonville, Pa., passed away Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, at his residence. Mark was born in Yellville, Ark., Jan. 4, 1939, the son of the late Mark Twain Noe Sr. and Lena (James) Noe. Mark Twain Noe learned early in his childhood...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe state on Monday cleared a Chambersburg-area farm for milk production, while the number of people sickened in the past several weeks by raw milk produced at the farm continued to rise. The number of confirmed cases reached 43 as of 4 p.m. Monday,...
email@example.comOfficials at the Mason-Dixon Council of the Boy Scouts of America said this week that a forest-management plan is being developed for Camp Sinoquipe, but deny that trees are being cleared from a large portion of the 500-acre facility in Fulton County....
Maryland's agricultural industry leaders will dine with state and national legislators Thursday, Feb. 2, to celebrate the importance of Maryland's No. 1 industry, agriculture. More than 700 people are expected to attend the annual "Taste of Maryland...
Tags: Agriculture, Politics, Executive Branch, Government, Glen Burnie
Washington County, plus most of Western Maryland and Southcentral Pennsylvania, has a rich agricultural and rural heritage. In this age of computers and technology, that heritage is often forgotten in spite of the fact that more than 40 percent of the...
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