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The Potomac Valley Audubon Society has teamed with other organizations to put together a special series of local events in May to mark the 21st anniversary of International Migratory Bird Day. All but one of the local events will be free, and anyone...
Tags: Mother's Day, World Wildlife Fund, Wildlife
Frank M. Panek will be the guest speaker at the Williamsport Lions Club meeting Thursday, Jan. 10, at Williamsport American Legion Post 202. Panek’s topic will be “Persistent and Emerging Diseases in Fish and Other Aquatic Resources in the...
I was going to write a nice Christmas wish list from many of my friends (and a couple of enemies); however, the events in Newtown, Conn., last week cannot pass without some comment. I will promise a positive upbeat column for next Sunday. Before the...
As you read this column, schools are in session and college campuses are filled with students attending classes in order to fill their time between football games. As I reflect on this and other things about education and America, I find we are no...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile much of the action at the Washington County Ag Expo & Fair centers around the livestock and agricultural events, kids also got a chance to experiment with hands-on science activities at a 4-H STEM table Saturday. Jamie Kenton, the University of...
Tags: LEGO Group, Science, Science and Technology
Bank of Charles Town CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Bank of Charles Town announces the addition of Steve Michael as vice president and market executive in the Commercial Loan Division, covering the Washington/Frederick County, Md., region. Michael is a...
Tags: Health Treatments, Science, Loans, Animal Science, Realty
email@example.comWhen Maryland Fur Trappers Inc. meets every year for its two-day annual convention, it is like a big family reunion. There's good food — including steamed Maryland crabs and sweet corn — good information and good conversation among those...
Tags: Science, Maryland, Elections, Politics, Science and Technology
Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom nearly fell at the start. Preakness winner Shackleford faded in the stretch. The Belmont Stakes was up for grabs. And it was 24-1 long shot Ruler on Ice who delivered a huge upset Saturday in the final leg of the...
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...
email@example.comIn 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s interior secretary signed the order creating an 8.9 million-acre Arctic National Wildlife Range, saving what today has grown into 19 million acres of protected wilderness in Alaska’s northeast corner....
Tags: Science, Land Resources, Politics, Jimmy Carter, Nature
Shackleford was sweating profusely, bucking and kicking until six crewmen finally shoved him into the No. 5 gate at the Preakness. One ton of horseflesh all but screamed, “Get me out of here.” Less than two minutes after the gate sprang...
Tags: Louisville, Science, Belmont Stakes, Maryland, Triple Crown
SAN DIEGO — In the ocean off Coronado, a Navy team has discovered a relic worthy of display in a military museum: a torpedo of the kind deployed in the late 19th century, considered a technological marvel in its day. But don't look for the primary...
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