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by Allan Powell | November 30, 2006
Editor's note - With the 250th anniversary of the French and Indian War this year, The Daily Mail is running a monthly column on the war by local historian Allan R. Powell. The column usually appears on the last Thursday of the month. With the surrender of Canada in 1760, it seemed possible that European powers might bring about a cease-fire and begin a negotiated settlement. But this was not to be. Spain became increasingly uneasy about the probability that England would win the war. This would almost certainly result in a rearrangement of the old balance of power in Europe unacceptable to France and Spain.
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November 15, 1996
Three local cancer survivors will appear on ABC's "Good Morning America" this Sunday to voice their strong opposition to recent calls for same-day mastectomies. A number of managed health care organizations have advocated same-day procedures as a way to keep health costs down. Some doctors have said the procedure can now be done safely in a single day. But Hagerstown residents Sunny England, Quincy Kohler and Nancy Younker, all members of a cancer support group, say that is simply too little time.
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BY TIFFANY ARNOLD | tiffanya@herald-mail.com | December 26, 2010
Chalky, gritty, funny-shaped candies of old are Susan Benjamin's windows into history. And history never tasted so sweet. "Put this in your mouth and close your eyes," said Benjamin, an author, former journalist and, more recently, a candy researcher. "Now imagine you're very cold and you're fighting in the Civil War. You're in a ditch somewhere. This is what you may have been eating when you felt bad or needed some energy. That's the real flavor. " "How often do you get that?"
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by MARLO BARNHART | November 11, 2004
marlob@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - Ivan "Jack" Holland was a typical hometown boy in the early 1940s - married with one child and holding down a job driving a truck. Then he was drafted. Holland was sent to England where he served as a tail gunner on a B-17 plane. He flew 34 bombing missions over Nazi Germany. When he came home in 1945, he didn't talk much about his war experiences. He didn't want to. "There were some good times but there were things I didn't want to remember," Holland said.
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By RYAN BARRY / Pulse Correspondent | January 15, 2008
This coming weekend the Chargers visit New England for the AFC Championship game and the Giants are on the road in Green Bay for the NFC Championship game. The way the Chargers defeated the Colts on Sunday, I'm picking San Diego over New England. I take the Chargers over the Patriots partly because I want New England to lose, but also because San Diego has the No. 1 rusher in the league, LaDainian Tomlinson. The Patriots have a strong defense, but they are stronger against the pass than the rush.
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By PAT SCHOOLEY | March 12, 2006
Black Rock Road wanders east from Md. 66 into gently rolling farmland between Interstate 70 and U.S. 40. Garron's Loss stands on the north side of the road, a stately stone house of early vintage with a stone-end bank barn on one side and a plastered stone smokehouse on the other. Garron's Loss was surveyed for James Beresford on June 8, 1739, and 150 acres were patented under that name on Nov. 13 of that year. Beresford had received an assignment of the special warrant for this land from Henry Deall.
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By ROBERT KELLER / Pulse Correspondent | October 30, 2007
With almost half the season of football over, things begin to heat up. Teams begin to play harder to get into the playoffs. For others, it's just for pride. There are only nine weeks before the post-season and the unbeaten and winless are still out there. The best game this week was Jacksonville at Tampa Bay. The Jaguars came in 4-2 while the Buccaneers came in 4-3. Tampa Bay quarterback Jeff Garcia had not thrown an interception this season until halfway through the second quarter.
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by RICHARD F. BELISLE | September 5, 2005
waynesboro@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The story of a Bible that ended up in a Waynesboro church is like a walk through English history. Late last year, an anonymous donor gave a Geneva Bible that was printed in 1584 to Trinity United Church of Christ. The Bible went on display at the altar for the first time last week, said Christine S. Boardman, interim church pastor. "This is a very, very special Bible for any church," Boardman said. "An anonymous donor came forward from the church community and gave it to us. It was a special gift to the church for Christmas.
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March 10, 2009
JULY 27, 1914-MARCH 6, 2009 DUNDALK, Md. - Joseph Resh Hoffman Sr., 94, of Dundalk, and formerly of Great Cacapon, W.Va., died Friday, March 6, 2009, at the Veterans Affairs Rehab & Extended Care Center in Baltimore. Born July 27, 1914, in Parkton, Md., he was the son of the late William L. and Annie F. Pergoy Hoffman. His wife, Mildred Grace Light Hoffman, died July 22, 1991. He was a graduate of Sparks (Md.) High School. He retired after 42 years of service as a machine shop manager with Black & Decker in Baltimore and Hampstead, Md. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was a Methodist.
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October 14, 2009
The local Pegasus Radio Control Airplane Club in Hagerstown will host the End of Season Contest for the Eastern Soaring League. The event will begin Saturday at 9 a.m. and end at mid-afternoon Sunday at Pegasus Field off Old Forge Road in Hagerstown. Approximately 30 pilots from as far as New England and the Carolinas have signed up for the competition. The sailplanes they will be flying are handmade, high performance gliders. The planes are constructed using a composite of carbon fiber, Kevlar and fiberglass.
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