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By JANET HEIM | November 19, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Ask 8-year-old JC Lehman or his parents how long he's been interested in dinosaurs and they'll tell you it's been a while. "I like dinosaurs since I knew what they were, since I could talk," JC said. That interest has led to an extensive collection of reading material. "Books and books and books," JC said. JC's love of dinosaurs was the basis for the trip of a lifetime. He, his parents James and Donna Lehman, and his 5-year-old sister Paige went to Montana for a fossil dig in early July.
OPINION
July 3, 2012
Dinosaurs and man both need air To the editor: Hey, what about those dinosaurs? A young college girl named Emily wanted to know before her college years were over. The answer to her question is found, of all places, in the Bible in Psalms 24:1. This verse states that the earth is the Lord's and all that dwell therein. So many college students want to know about dinosaurs, realizing they didn't just appear out of thin air. They do resemble man in that, to exist, they both need from the earth their food, water and air. So the designer must be the same, to place man on the same planet where their requirement of food, water and air would be met. Now, the science of 2012 teaches dinosaurs must have come out of thin air. For how could they exist without food, water and air?
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By BOB GARVER / Special to The Herald-Mail | July 7, 2009
There are two, big, smelly, woolly mammoths in the room that might keep you from enjoying "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. " The first is that dinosaurs were extinct millions of years before Manny, Diego, Scrat and the other characters in the movie series would have been around. The second is that the first two "Ice Age" movies weren't very good. The room where those mammoths reside is the theater box office. They are there to discourage you from buying a ticket. I advise you to hold your nose, brush past them, buy a ticket and go into a different room - the one where the movie is actually shown.
NEWS
July 16, 2009
For Friday through Sunday Movie times listed are those provided as of noon Wednesday and may be revised by theaters at any time. MARYLAND HAGERSTOWN CINEMA 10 20135 Leitersburg Pike o 301-797-6454 Bruno (R) - Fri./Sat./Sun. - 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05, 9:05 p.m. The Hangover (R) - Fri./Sat./Sun. - 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25, 9:30 p.m. I Love You Beth Cooper (PG-13) - Fri./Sat./Sun. - 12:45, 3, 5:15, 7:20, 9:40 p.m. Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (PG)
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by SCOTT BUTKI | August 9, 2004
scottb@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - A Hagerstown Community College summer program for kids that mixes fun and education continues to grow in size and popularity, Program Coordinator Anne Myers said Sunday. The last day of the program was Friday, which also was the day of a performance of "Lord of the Rings" by students in a class that focused on the books and movies, she said. The program began about 15 years ago with just a few classes on topics including watercolor painting, theater and performance arts, she said.
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By HANNAH TUSSING | July 31, 2007
HEBRON, Ky. - Where would you go to find animatronic dinosaurs, indoor waterfalls and the Loch Ness monster? Try the Creation Museum in Hebron, about 20 minutes south of the Cincinnati area. I recently got a chance to visit this museum with my family. It was awesome! At the time of our visit, my family and I were some of about 50,000 people to tour the museum since it opened in late May, according to John Bartlett, book and gift store manager. There's a path that visitors follow through the museum.
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OPINION
July 3, 2012
Dinosaurs and man both need air To the editor: Hey, what about those dinosaurs? A young college girl named Emily wanted to know before her college years were over. The answer to her question is found, of all places, in the Bible in Psalms 24:1. This verse states that the earth is the Lord's and all that dwell therein. So many college students want to know about dinosaurs, realizing they didn't just appear out of thin air. They do resemble man in that, to exist, they both need from the earth their food, water and air. So the designer must be the same, to place man on the same planet where their requirement of food, water and air would be met. Now, the science of 2012 teaches dinosaurs must have come out of thin air. For how could they exist without food, water and air?
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By JANET HEIM | November 19, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Ask 8-year-old JC Lehman or his parents how long he's been interested in dinosaurs and they'll tell you it's been a while. "I like dinosaurs since I knew what they were, since I could talk," JC said. That interest has led to an extensive collection of reading material. "Books and books and books," JC said. JC's love of dinosaurs was the basis for the trip of a lifetime. He, his parents James and Donna Lehman, and his 5-year-old sister Paige went to Montana for a fossil dig in early July.
NEWS
July 30, 2009
For Friday through Sunday Movie times listed are those provided as of noon Wednesday and may be revised by theaters at any time. MARYLAND HAGERSTOWN CINEMA 10 20135 Leitersburg Pike301-797-6454 Aliens in the Attic (PG) -- Fri./Sat./Sun. - 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05, 9:05 p.m. Funny People (R) -- Fri./Sat./Sun. - 12:45, 3:35, 6:30, 9:20 p.m. G-Force (PG) -- Fri./Sat./Sun. - 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05, 9:05 p.m. The Hangover (R) -- Fri./Sat.
NEWS
By BOB GARVER / Special to The Herald-Mail | July 7, 2009
There are two, big, smelly, woolly mammoths in the room that might keep you from enjoying "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. " The first is that dinosaurs were extinct millions of years before Manny, Diego, Scrat and the other characters in the movie series would have been around. The second is that the first two "Ice Age" movies weren't very good. The room where those mammoths reside is the theater box office. They are there to discourage you from buying a ticket. I advise you to hold your nose, brush past them, buy a ticket and go into a different room - the one where the movie is actually shown.
NEWS
By JANET HEIM | October 15, 2007
BOONSBORO ? Mary Young only needs one landmark to tell people how to get to her Mapleville Road home near Boonsboro. She can tell people to look for the 800-pound, one-armed green dinosaur in her front yard. The dinosaur is a few pounds lighter since vandals broke one of its arms with a baseball bat in the spring of 2006. That prompted Robert Young to put a sign next to the dinosaur asking for information about the vandals. The Youngs said a young woman stopped by their house with the identities of the vandals, including information about their vehicle.
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