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April 26, 2009
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By ROBERT GARY | April 19, 2008
The issue of wiretaps without warrants is one that requires a carefully and intelligently designed solution and here's a little discussion of the history and possibilities in this area. Some time back, Admiral John Poindexter proposed a system called Total Information Awareness (TIA), which basically swept up huge quantities of information on just about everybody, in almost every category, and then had big computers that could sort through it looking for patterns that might point toward terrorism.
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by LYN WIDMER | March 13, 2005
Thanks to our family cat, I am alive to tell the story of my first day as executor of my father's estate. My father died on Monday, Nov. 22. My brother Hank said it was important for us to meet with my father's lawyer as soon as possible to understand the probate process. Hank is an attorney in Houston and would be flying back home at the end of the week. I think he felt his role as big brother was to make sure I understood what would be expected of me as the executor. Hank made an appointment for Wednesday, Nov. 24. I reluctantly agreed, even though I was an emotional wreck, my dad's attorney was a 90-minute drive away and rainstorms were drenching the roads.
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by KAREN HANNA | September 20, 2006
HALFWAY - According to his mother, Jeremy Wayne Miner was in the habit of ending conversations with the words, "I love you. " On Monday night, as Miner left the house to visit a friend in the hospital, his mother, Barb Warrenfeltz, said he uttered the phrase one last time. According to a news release from the Washington County Sheriff's Department, Miner, 23, of 10908 Gaywood Drive in Halfway, was pronounced dead at the scene after the vehicle he was driving crashed on North Artizan Street in Williamsport early Tuesday.
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By KAREN HANNA | September 19, 2006
HALFWAY According to his mother, Jeremy Wayne Miner was in the habit of ending conversations with the words, "I love you. " On Monday night, as Miner left the house to visit a friend in the hospital, his mother, Barb Warrenfeltz, said he uttered the phrase one last time. According to a news release from the Washington County Sheriff's Department, Miner, 23, of 10908 Gaywood Drive in Halfway, was pronounced dead at the scene after the vehicle he was driving crashed on North Artizan Street in Williamsport early Tuesday.
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by BOB PARASILITI | September 9, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Program note: This is another chapter in the continuing saga of the De-evolution of Shawne Merriman. Over the years, Merriman has changed before University of Maryland fans' eyes. There aren't any bolts in Merriman's neck nor is his transformation part of a horror flick - that is, unless you're a Terrapins opponent - but it can be scary. The tell-tale sign that Merriman has changed is simple. He came to Maryland as a freshman walking on his two legs.
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BY KEVIN CLAPP | December 23, 2002
Funny story. So, I'm home the week after Thanksgiving for my uncle's funeral. (No, really. It gets better. And, unfortunately, worse. Much, much worse.) It's a rough time for the family - my mother's brother Jim had been in and out of the hospital for a month when he was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer the day before Thanksgiving. He was my grandparents' firstborn; Mom's big brother; Dad's best friend. Day after Thanksgiving we're in a hospital room in Westfield, Mass.
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Chad Smith | December 14, 2012
In my experience, procrastination is one of the biggest motivation-stealing behaviors in existence. It robs progress, momentum and success from too many people for no good reason.  To be perfectly transparent, I'm guilty of it myself with certain things in my life. I know when you come here every week and you read my column, and think "I should really do this," that you probably won't. I've heard many times "I love your column, I read it every week. I don't do what it says, but I read it ... ", and I would usually just laugh and keep it moving.
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by LAURA ERNDE | August 27, 2002
laurae@herald-mail.com First-grader Hannah Himes, her red hair woven into two long braids, smiled as she walked out of Boonsboro Elementary School and into the arms of her mother on Monday. "We missed you. My goodness you're a sight," Anne Himes told her daughter. Himes was glad to be there for her daughter Monday. She said she missed Hannah's first day of kindergarten last year because her son Andrew was having a bone-marrow transplant. Hannah hugged and kissed her 2-year-old brother.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | July 9, 2009
Lana Spence tried singing techniques promoted by voice teachers. They took away the power in her voice. She went to California for a few years to take a shot at the big time. After experiencing some success, but finding the dog-eat-dog mentality too much, she returned home to the Tri-State area. She's glad to be home and, no doubt, her fans are glad she returned. Spence is the lead vocalist for Thique, a popular rock cover band that will open the summer Wind Down Fridays series at The Maryland Theatre this Friday.
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