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email@example.comJim Tolbert is a modestly quiet man, who, if it wasn’t for others who recognized his accomplishments, probably would not have been chosen for such a prestigious honor. Tolbert, 78, of Charles Town, was presented with West Virginia University’...
Tags: Japan, NAACP, Politics, Minority Groups, Crime, Law and Justice
We should all just be known as Americans To the editor: As I reflected about Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I thought about how things are in today's world. One thing that stuck in my mind throughout the day is why we have to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgExcerpts from an interview under Anna Robert Roberson’s photo, one of 18 in an upcoming historic exhibit on blacks in the Eastern Panhandle, tell of her aunt who was a house slave in Shepherdstown, W.Va. Roberson’s story is part of a...
Tags: Washington, DC, Photography, Politics, Social Issues, Slavery
email@example.comA federal appellate court has ruled that an African-American woman’s civil rights lawsuit against the city of Hagerstown may proceed on the grounds of gender harassment, but not racial harassment. Tiffany Mosby-Grant alleged in her complaint that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn a region ripe with historic ties, families can honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by taking a Washington County stay-cation. It's easy to seek traces of black history across the river to Harpers Ferry, W.Va., where John Brown led his...
Tags: NAACP, Social Issues, Politics, Slavery, Minority Groups
Tim Rowland spends 51 weeks of the year telling us all how ineffective our county delegation is in Annapolis. Last Sunday, he tried to make the case that the “small men” representing us blocked gay marriage in Maryland. If true, what an...
Powell missed the mark in ‘Countervailing Power’ column To the editor: Allan Powell’s March 20 column states, “... there is ample evidence from history to warrant a studied control of government,” yet tells us we need an...
$11.4 billion spending plan includes $2.8 million for 415 fairs, festivals and other cultural email@example.comA $11.4 billion spending plan for fiscal 2011-12 adopted by the West Virginia Legislature Friday includes $2.8 million for 415 fairs, festivals and other cultural causes. The fesitvals and fairs include the following in the Eastern Panhandle: -...
Editor’s note: This column is part of a seriesof columns from the Interfaith Coalition of Washington County to mark A Season for Peace and Nonviolence, Jan. 30 through April 4. In 1965, I began graduate studies at Columbia University in New York,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Diana Reyes was attending North Hagerstown and Williamsport high schools during the late 1990s, there were not many other Hispanic students to be found. In the late 2000s, when her twin brothers attended Williamsport High and then entered Hagerstown...
Basketball league has improved RCI To the editor: Three years ago at the Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown, Sgt. Mills and myself, a Life for Lifers Group member, co-founded the Tier-Ball Basketball League with the support of Athletic...
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