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by TARA REILLY | December 28, 2006
TRI-STATE - Tri-State-area lawmakers on Wednesday praised former President Gerald R. Ford and said they were saddened by his death. American and state flags flew at half-staff at state and federal facilities and at many private companies in memory of the 38th president. U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett asked residents of Maryland's 6th District to salute Ford, saying he preserved and strengthened the country. Ford also lived his life with dignity and dedication to duty, said Bartlett, R-Md.
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NEWS
By TERRY TALBERT | May 8, 1998
Three local runners who also help to organize races say they get a natural high out of their sport, and that high is heightened by a sense of giving when they race for a cause. They encourage people to participate in runs for charity, but have a few words of caution for novices. "I really believe in what the different fund-raising events have to offer me personally and the community as a whole," said Greg Larsen, who has been running for 15 years. "You get a sense of personal fulfillment and take care of your health while assisting in a nonprofit fund-raiser.
NEWS
January 24, 2002
Plan to expel dangerous kids may up adult prison numbers How much legislation will it take to make West Virginia schools completely safe? We're not sure, but lawmakers in Charleston seem determined to do all they can toward that end. Whether all they've proposed is wise is another matter. The state senate began the effort this week with legislation that would ban any student from carrying a knife. Knives had previously been allowed, if blades were no longer than three-and-half-inches.
OPINION
April 29, 2012
“My child plays Little League baseball at one of the parks in Hagerstown. I'm calling in hopes some of the adult spectators will read this. Even though smoking is allowed at the park, which I don't think it should be, I ask that you at least use common sense and refrain from smoking during games. It's setting a bad example for the kids, and also bothering the nonsmoking spectators.” - Hagerstown “I just wonder what happened to the lilac blossoms this spring. Some bushes don't have any, others have one or two; very scattered.
OPINION
December 17, 2012
Michael's messages on tax reform seem mixed To the editor: In his column in The Herald-Mail, George Michael used more than 700 words in analyzing the Republicans' loss of the 2012  presidential election, while Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal summarized it in one short sentence, saying that Republicans need to quit being the stupid party. More moderate Republicans are beginning to grasp the meaning of Jindal's statement, but Michael seems to be missing the point.
NEWS
March 30, 1997
By JENNYLYNN BROWN Staff Writer BOONSBORO - It's dark. It's cold. You have no food or water. Nobody knows where you are. You don't know where you are. You have just stepped into the cave explorer's nightmare. Art Hanson, a member of the Tristate Grotto - a branch of the National Speleological Society - said that cave explorers can prevent that situation from arising by taking basic precautions. "Before you go into a cave, let someone know where you are going and when you will return," said Hanson, who lives in Boonsboro.
NEWS
By Dee Mayberry | October 29, 2005
This writer has never taken a course in marine biology and plumbing to her is a mystery best left to experts. She does know that she likes seafood and she likes it clean, abundant and affordable. She knows that some of the best come - or should be coming - from the Chesapeake Bay. Today's bay crabs are priced like solid gold. Moreover, it's sad to see so many oystermen on the Eastern Shore dropping into poverty because their harvest levels have been poor. Seafood people with long history of livelihood (and taxpaying)
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