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firstname.lastname@example.orgLuke Badley was 6 years old riding along with his family when he noticed the long fenced bridge spanning across I-70 and asked his dad what it was. It was the Appalachian Trail overpass that hikers use to cross the busy highway. Badley’s father...
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Taken cumulatively, it might be the most historic stretch of mountaintop in the Mid-Atlantic. From the Interstate 70 footbridge south along the spine of South Mountain, the ridgeline has seen an extraordinary amount of American life (and death) go by. In...
Howard Kenneth Daniels, 97, went to be with the Lord on Friday, May 10, 2013. Born May 4, 1916, in Shenandoah Junction, W.Va., he was the son of the late John Hendricks Daniels and Lula Mae McKee Daniels. Ken was a graduate of Shepherdstown High School,...
Former Republican South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford revived a scandal-scarred political career by winning back his old congressional seat Tuesday in a district that hasn’t elected a Democrat in three decades. The comeback was complete when he...
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email@example.comGenevieve “Genny” Wagner had many passions — her family, the church, music and swimming. Her days were filled with volunteering at St. Ann Catholic Church, water aerobics at the Hagerstown YMCA and attending practices with the many...
Mark Twain noticed that a cat that sits on a hot stove once will never sit on it again. But, he said, it won’t sit on a cold stove, either. Politics is different, because in politics we discover the opposite extreme is true. Having sat on a hot...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgLocal law enforcement officials stressed Tuesday the public’s role in reporting suspicious activity and talked about what was being done locally in the wake of Monday’s bombings near the Boston Marathon finish line. The bombs, which were...
South Mountain Recreation Area rangers and Potomac Appalachian Trail Club members invite trail lovers to join them in taking care of Maryland’s section of the Appalachian Trail on Saturday, June 1, in celebration of National Trails Day. Volunteers...
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy, in partnership with Warrior Hike, Operation Military Embrace, the Military Family Lifestyle Charitable Foundation, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association, launched an initiative...
Howard and Miriam Buhrman celebrated 70 years of marriage with their family at the Parlor House in Waynesboro, Pa. The Buhrmans were married on Valentine’s Day, 1943, at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Wolfsville, Md. Howard Buhrman served in...
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy will host a cake baking contest in honor of its 88th birthday from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday March 2, at the ATC Visitor Center in Harpers Ferry. This event is free and open to the public. The contest will be judged in...
Open house to provide information on bridge replacement McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will hold an open house with a display of plans to inform the public of the proposed bridge replacement of Pa. 928 (Big Cove...
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