o Clues and answers from the 13th annual Herald-Mail Landmarks contest
SHARPSBURG -- Nine-year-old Ben Mongan enjoyed looking for the clues at Antietam National Battlefield so much, he asked his mother Kristie Mongan to take him back.
"We got the CD and did the driving tour again the next day," said his mother, Kristie.
In our eyes, all 117 entrants were winners of this year's Landmarks contest, but that would cost the paper $35,100.
So there can only be one.
This year's winner is Sharpsburg resident Janet Williams, who won the first prize, $300.
Of the 117 entries, 73 got all the answers right. The Herald-Mail picked a winner by drawing a contestant's name at random.
Williams was the lucky winner.
For the 116 other contestants who entered but didn't win this year's Landmark's contest the history lesson will have to be enough of a reward.