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March 4, 2005
Theoda Becker's grandson, Noah Emmons, 5, of Martinsburg, W.Va., puts the finishing touches on his craft during the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library evening story times Thursday night. More than 50 children participated in the evening's celebration of what would have been Dr. Suess' 101st birthday.
NEWS
June 17, 2008
Jeremy Benda of Williamsport waits for a fish to take his bait at the Pangborn Park pond in Hagerstown on Monday. Jeremy came with family members to fish at 7 a.m.
NEWS
By Richard T. Meagher | September 27, 2005
Arthur Cunningham, top right, and his nephew Arthur Hose, of Williamsport, didn't let rain showers interfere with their fishing Monday afternoon in Meadow Brook from a small bridge on U.S. 40 near Saint Paul Road.
NEWS
Scott Anderson | Culinary Passion | April 1, 2012
I love fresh fish, and I also love the creaminess of a freshly cut avocado. So to blend those two ingredients together I am going to present a fish burrito that can be served in either a flour tortilla or red lettuce leaf. I like to serve them with a side of fresh pico de gallo and my favorite hot sauce - either Cholula brand or Sriracha brand; both have a wonderful bite and flavor profile and bring out the texture of the avocado.  Scott C. Anderson is associate food service director and chef with Shepherd University dining services in Shepherdstown, W.Va., and Chef Ambassador to the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.
NEWS
July 8, 1997
By KAREN MASTERSON Staff Writer "Yee-ha, look at this," shouted Butch Ward as he manhandled a 5-pound largemouth bass. "Com'on over here and put him in the bucket. Now, run on back. Get him to that oxygen, fast," Ward told 13-year-old Josh Fiedler, who responded with precision. Scenes like this one Tuesday at Little Conococheague Creek were part of a two-day mission of mercy that saved more than 6,000 bass, catfish, carp and sunfish from the creek's dangerously stagnant waters.
NEWS
August 26, 2007
5 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano 1/4 teaspoon salt, or to taste 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 cup beer 1 pound tilapia fillets, cut into 1-by-2-inch strips 4 teaspoons canola oil, divided 8 soft corn tortillas, warmed In a medium bowl, combine flour, cumin, oregano, salt and cayenne. Whisk in the beer to create a batter. Place half of the tilapia pieces in the batter and turn to coat.
NEWS
August 1, 1997
By STEVEN T. DENNIS Staff Writer At least 500 fish, large and small, were found dead Friday morning in the Rush Run creek near the Washington County Sanitary Landfill on Resh Road west of Hagerstown. Investigators from the Maryland Department of the Environment said they suspect that manure from a farm on Broadfording Road could have washed into the creek about a mile upstream from the landfill. A leak of low-strength garbage runoff from one unlined landfill cell reported earlier this week was not involved in the fish kill, said Bill Limpert, an MDE district manager.
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by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | May 30, 2006
WASHINGTON COUNTY Jerry Materiale cast his first line about 30 minutes before catching a fish Monday afternoon in the Cushwa Basin in Williamsport. "I caught one," the 9-year-old said, as his mother went to their car for a measuring tape. The fish, possibly a smallmouth bass, was 6 inches long, Maureen Austing of Hagerstown told her son. Jerry threw the fish back in the basin and cast again. Jerry and his mother planned to fish for a few hours before going to a carnival in Boonsboro, they said.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | May 3, 2009
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- At times Sunday it was difficult to tell who was wetter -- the fish or the fishermen. Steady rain drummed on the check-in tent at the Chambersburg Noontime Lions Club's 12th annual Trout Derby. Soaked and sometimes shivering participants stepped inside periodically to see whether anyone had caught "the big one" or, really, any of the top 18 largest trout that promised cash payouts. The big fish board remained blank of names, a rare occurrence according to some of the two-day event's organizers.
NEWS
May 16, 1999
By BRUCE HAMILTON / Staff Writer There's nothing fishy about James Knable's success. The 9-year-old Lincolnshire Elementary School student earned recognition in a national contest when he drew a poster of a striped bass and wrote a paper about the fish. He was separately awarded a scholarship to attend a one-week program at Fairview Outdoor School through Maryland Summer Centers for Gifted and Talented Students. Knable was home-schooled until January, and his teacher at Lincolnshire said the fourth-grader is doing very well.
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By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | August 31, 2013
A free pet goldfish was the prize for every ball tossed into a jar at a vendor set up Saturday by the Maugansville Volunteer Goodwill Fire Co. at the 33rd annual Maugansville Pride Day. When Chase Myers, 6, of Hagerstown won three goldfish, one of them fell out of its bag after he dropped it. Kelly Aldridge of the Maugansville Volunteer Goodwill Fire Co. ran to pick up the flopping fish, opened another bag and dropped it in there. She shouted, “Fish survived!” and gave Chase another bag with a fish to take home.
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By DAVE McMILLION | davem@herald-mail.com | July 25, 2013
Authorities responding to a report of a deceased person in Conococheague Creek Thursday afternoon found the body of a 25-year-old Hagerstown man in the stream off Fairview Road in the Fairview area, the Washington County Sheriff's Office said. The body was identified as Corey Adam Clopein, who lived in the nearby area, according to Deputy 1st Class Carly Hose, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office.  Clopein's body was found near a bridge that carries Fairview Road across the creek at the intersection of Wishard Road northwest of Maugansville, about a half mile upstream from the span along Wishard Road on the east side of the creek, Hose said.
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By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | July 14, 2013
Thomas Wayland was having a great time Friday morning pulling in a stubborn rainbow trout that was tugging on his line. “Come on in, fish. It's supper time,” urged the World War II veteran as he leaned out of his wheelchair to reel the trout close to shore and the waiting net. Of the eight fish he landed Friday morning, that 14-inch rainbow wasn't the biggest, “but it's still a very good fish,” he said. The quarter-acre pond is owned and managed by the U.S. Geological Survey's Leetown Science Center.
LIFESTYLE
July 10, 2013
The annual MIHI Fishing Frenzy was held June 15 at Pangborn Park in Hagerstown. Trophies were awarded to the following: Marvin Shaffer, largest trout Derrick Paul, most weight for five trout Erica Paul, special award Nevaeh Blank, small fish Charlie Powell, largest fish Jeannette Webb, special award
NEWS
May 4, 2013
It was a school of fisherman - not fish - that huddled in one area of Conococheague Creek at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa., on Saturday. Those anglers, like all of the others standing in the water, were after one thing - the elusive tagged fish that come with prize money. Every year, thousands of fishermen from the Tri-State area come to Chambersburg for the annual Noontime Lions Trout Derby. This is the 16th year for the event, which offered nearly $50,000 in cash and prizes this year.
OBITUARIES
April 20, 2013
Betty Tressler Fish, 87, of Spotsylvania County, Va., peacefully passed away Thursday, April 18, 2013, at home. She was born in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. Mrs. Fish was a registered nurse with an ophthalmologist's practice. She was very active in her community at Chancellor's Village, loved to travel and was an avid bridge player. She was a member of Spotsylvania Presbyterian Church. She was the widow of the late Wilmer D. Fish. She is survived by her daughter, Susan F. Weber (James)
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By DAVE McMILLION | davem@herald-mail.com | April 10, 2013
Mayor Daniel Murphy gave an encouraging report Tuesday night about business growth in town but asked county officials for help in bringing back another business and pitched an idea for a new library. Evolve Composites, which manufactures heating and air-conditioning condenser pads, Handi-Block lightweight deck piers and other products, has moved into the former Fleetwood building. Murphy said the company has been doing well and is expected to increase its work shifts. Also, local businessman Jerry Spessard has invented a device that automatically will call balls and strikes at home plate in baseball games and he plans to start manufacturing the devices in a building next to Evolve Composites, Murphy told the Washington County Board of Commissioners during a meeting at town hall.
NEWS
March 2, 2013
Registration for Fort Ritchie Community Center's second annual Bass Fishing Tournament is now open. The tournament will consist of three heats this year: March 16, April 13 and May 11 with anglers competing for more than $15,000 in cash prizes. Winners of each of heat will be invited to compete in a Championship “Fish Off” on June 22, which will allow boat fishing on Fort Ritchie's Lake Royer for the first time in 15 years. The 20-acre lake is privately owned and restricts fishing during all other times of the year.
NEWS
December 25, 2012
Frank M. Panek will be the guest speaker at the Williamsport Lions Club meeting Thursday, Jan. 10, at Williamsport American Legion Post 202.   Panek's topic will be “Persistent and Emerging Diseases in Fish and Other Aquatic Resources in the mid-Atlantic Region.” Panek is the branch chief for fish health at the U.S. Geological Survey, Leetown (W.Va.) Science Center. He manages research programs in aquatic animal health to ensure that research conducted by scientists at Leetown meets the needs of resource and fishery managers, is scientifically and technically sound and properly focused on emerging and known disease problems,  infectious and noninfectious.
NEWS
December 19, 2012
Registration for the Fort Ritchie Community Center's second annual Bass Fishing Tournament is under way. The tournament will consist of three heats on March 16, April 13 and May 11, and anglers will compete for more than $15,000 in possible cash prizes. Winners of each of the three heats will be invited to compete in a championship fish-off on June 22, when boat fishing will be allowed on Lake Royer for the first time in 15 years. Fort Ritchie's Lake Royer is a 22-acre privately owned lake that restricts fishing during all other times of the year.
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