September 12, 2002
There are some situations I am eminently prepared to deal with. A room full of 12-year-old girls isn't one of them. Yet with my rather newly acquired and much-loved daughter Alexa, it is a paradigm that I have needed to address, which is not to say I have addressed it with anything approaching adroitness. For more than 20 adult years, young girls had played exactly zero roles in my life. Oh, in a theoretical sense I knew they existed, much as scientists know of the existence of black holes, even though they have never seen one. But I had no working knowledge of these creatures and was blind to their habits, interests and lifestyles.
June 10, 2006
"Congratulations to the graduating class of 2006 at Boonsboro High School. We had a rough year, and lost several close friends/classmates, but they will be with us as we wear our black ribbons on our gowns to remember them, in our celebration. Have a safe summer, and never give up! Go seniors! "I'd like to know what banning gay marriage has to do with freedom. I thought the U.S. was all about freedom. " - Hagerstown "I'm calling about yesterday's comment about the bear that was killed.
April 12, 2011
ALL-TIME LEADERBOARDS Tri-State Boys Records 100 — James Jett (Jefferson, 1989) 10.34 200 — James Jett (Jefferson, 1989) 21.39 400 — Domonique Richmond (South Hagerstown, 2002) 47.44 800 — Doug Walter (Chambersburg, 1986) 1:52.14 1,600 — Doug Walter (Chambersburg, 1986) 4:13.74 3,200 — Chris Fox (Martinsburg, 1977) 8:54.64 110 hurdles — Marquis Woods (Hedgesville, 2010) 14.43 300 hurdles — Dakota Grove (Chambersburg, 2010) 37.90 4x100 relay — Chambersburg (Keith, Hinton, Grove, Smith, 2009)
May 22, 2013
Douglas Eugene Rubeck Sr., 58, of Hagerstown, Md., died Monday, May 20, 2013, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md., and entered into his eternal home in Heaven. Born July 20, 1954, in Washington County, Md., he was the son of Anna Mae Bartles Rubeck of Hagerstown and the late Robert Edward Rubeck. He was employed for 40 years by Certain-Teed Products Corp. He was a member of Salem Reformed Church. He loved to coach baseball and Scouting. He also loved spending time with his children.
September 19, 2005
Following are key dates for the next hunting season in Maryland: Whitetailed deer bow season Sept. 15-Oct. 19, Oct. 24-Nov. 25, Dec. 12-16 and Jan. 2-31, 2006. Deer muzzleloader season Oct. 20-22, Dec. 17-30 (antlered only), Dec. 31. Deer regular firearms season Nov. 12 (youth only), Nov. 26-Dec. 9 (antlered only), Dec. 10. Wild turkey Fall season: Oct. 29-Nov. 5. Spring season: April 15, 2006 (youth only)
April 5, 2010
Sheba, a tiger at Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo in Thurmont, Md., finds a giant egg filled with meat as part of the "Easter Egg Hunt for the Animals" held over the weekend. Colorful hard boiled eggs and papier mch eggs filled with healthy treats were hidden in the enclosures of monkeys, bears and tigers as part of their enrichment program.
March 30, 2005
email@example.com WASHINGTON COUNTY - Though several of those employed at deer checking stations say they don't believe the state's new automated game registration will put their businesses in the red, many fear the loss of tradition and the erosion of hunting values. Representatives from five of the seven checking stations in Washington County said they had been awaiting the state's Monday announcement that, starting in September, deer and turkey hunters must call a toll-free number or use the Department of Natural Resources Web site to record their kills.
September 24, 2006
Following are key dates for the next hunting season in Maryland: Whitetailed deer bow season Sept. 15-Oct. 18, Oct. 23-Nov. 24, Dec. 11-15, Jan. 1-4, 2007, and Jan. 8-31, 2007 Deer muzzleloader season Oct. 19-21, Oct. 23-28 and Dec. 17-30 (antlered only) Deer regular firearms season Nov. 11 (youth only), Nov. 25-Dec. 9 (antlered only) and Jan. 5-6, 2007 Wild turkey · Fall season: Oct. 28-Nov. 4 · Spring season: April 14, 2007 (youth only)
November 26, 2006
· Firearms season for deer started Saturday, and runs through Dec. 9, and will be held again Jan. 5 and 6. · Today is the only Sunday during the season on which hunting is permitted, and it's allowed only on private land. · Hunters are limited to two antlered deer and 10 antlerless deer. · Last year, Washington County led the state in the number of deer killed during firearms season, with 5,440 deer taken. Frederick County ranked No. 2, with 4,022 deer killed.