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A new type of food bank is open in Maryland — one that focuses on four-legged needs. The Maryland Hay Bank in Mount Airy began offering emergency feed for horses about two months ago, coordinator Jenny Kurtz said. She said its goal is to provide...
email@example.comGinny Gaylor went to the STAR Community Inc. office near Hagerstown on Wednesday to discover she had been named a Hometown Hero. The award was presented to the Halfway woman by the fraternal benefits society, Modern Woodmen of America, for her work as...
Special to The Herald-MailHard work and dedication have paid off for Colleen Hoover of Chambersburg, as she and her 11-year-old, Appaloosa mare, Daisy, were named national champions in Youth Showmanship and Youth Horsemanship last month. The competition took place on Saturday,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs we near February, the holidays seem but a faint memory. The Christmas tree and decorations have long ago been put away, but hopefully the cheer has lingered. In November 2011, the Lifestyle staff published a Nonprofit Wish List. We asked area...
email@example.comRhinos, horses and trees. Faces, photos and leaves. "Oh my," one person said Friday as she looked at the menagerie of visual art spread throughout the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown library. "It is all so good," another person added....
Legislation that would give state and county officials more oversight in the operation of equine rescues passed the state Senate on Tuesday. The licensing and inspection regulations proposed in Senate Bill 540 were prompted, at least in part, by the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA restitution hearing was postponed again Wednesday for a Berkeley County woman who pleaded guilty to animal cruelty in October 2010 for the mistreatment of more than 50 horses and two cows. Mary O'Brien, 37, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of...
email@example.comThis spring, Erin Mettille and Carolyn Snyder will discuss the fruits of their art history research at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. — a pretty big deal for a couple of high school students. And they'll be in good company....
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firstname.lastname@example.orgBaby, it’s cold outside. As I write this, the area is experiencing cold temperatures. I remember hearing earlier this year that December was one of our coldest. During times like these, it is hard to take these global warming prophets seriously. ...
Baby it’s cold outside. As I write this, the area is experiencing cold temperatures. I remember hearing earlier this year that December was one of our coldest. During times like these, it is hard to take these global-warming prophets seriously. ...
email@example.comThe 20 or so horses that roam Carousel Farm off Darke Lane are huge, gentle beasts that come in colors from black to gray to white. One of those horses, Excalibur, a big, black 7-year-old Percheron stallion, is a prime example of the draft horse breed...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgOver the past several weeks, I have been involved in several presentations and countless conversations on the importance of agriculture to Washington County. This is a question that bears discussing and one in which there is no easy answer. For many...
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