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January 21, 2013
Friends of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the Potomac Highlands Roundtable of Hagerstown, will conduct interviews of World War II veterans Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Morris Frock American Legion Post 42, 405 Northern Ave., Hagerstown. The purpose of the interviews is to document the contributions of each veteran who served in combat and noncombat roles. The interviews will be conducted by college students associated with the friends of the World War II Memorial.
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November 30, 1999
Herald-Mail reporter Tamela Baker sat down with Maryland Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich for an interview earlier this week. The governor shared his views about prison security, affordable housing, taxes and fees, and other issues. Read the full stories in Sunday's Herald-Mail.
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by BRIAN SHAPPELL | May 13, 2004
Candidates for a Washington County District Court judgeship will be interviewed during the second week of June.M. Kenneth Long, Gregory C. Bannon and Daniel P. Dwyer, who are being considered to replace retired Judge R. Noel Spence, each confirmed Wednesday that his final interview with Gov. Robert Ehrlich will take place on June 8. Ehrlich is responsible for making the judicial appointment. A spokeswoman in the governor's press office declined to comment on interview dates or when a decision on the winner can be expected.
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August 17, 2000
How to interview family members Linda Shopes teaches oral history at Penn State University. She warns that its frequently difficult to interview family members. Some distance and nonjudgment is required, she believes. Although there are thousands of guidelines, Shopes' advice for the interviewer is not to have a structure or outline. Talk informally, go with the conversation, she recommends. People tend to date their lives by personal and national events, said Kim Lacy Rogers, professor of history and American studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa. They remember the day Pearl Harbor was bombed, the day Kennedy was shot.
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June 21, 2007
The Herald-Mail's Julie Greene interviewed Taylor Hicks about his current tour, future plans and upcoming concert at The Maryland Theatre on Friday, July 6. This podcast can also be found at Antpod.com in the Loop archives .
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | March 30, 2009
ROCKVILLE, Md. -- A hearing to suppress statements made by Douglas Wayne Pryor before his upcoming death penalty trial continued Monday in Montgomery County Circuit Court. Monday's proceedings centered on a police investigator's interview with Pryor in Washington County Hospital on Dec. 20, 2007. Pryor is charged with first-degree murder in the Dec. 19, 2007, stabbing death of his former girlfriend, Alison Munson, and in the shooting death later that day of Smithsburg Police Officer Christopher Nicholson.
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September 28, 1998
By LARRY YANOS / Staff Writer photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer Earlier this summer, Matt Tyler of Hagerstown had an experience most girls and boys his age would cherish - a chat and interview with Baltimore Orioles All-Star third baseman Cal Ripken Jr. at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore. The 12-year-old, a seventh-grader at Northern Middle School in Hagerstown, earned the opportunity for the Ripken interview by winning a contest sponsored by Kids' Vue - a publication based in Frederick, Md. Matt is a junior reporter there.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | April 27, 2011
There was no admission of guilt in a murder suspect's interview by Hagerstown police detectives last year, but the videotape of the exchange provided more details of the crime scene and events surrounding the murder of Carol Marie Brown three years ago. Darrol Sands, 43, formerly of Hagerstown, who was indicted in the April 19, 2008, killing, was in Washington County Circuit Court Wednesday seeking to have the video suppressed at his May trial....
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By KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 23, 2008
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - With 16 residents interested in the open seat on the Tuscarora School Board, the board filled its vacancy Monday by appointing Kenneth Nolen to the remainder of Larry Buchanan's term without interviewing any of the candidates. Buchanan resigned from the board in August for what the board said was "personal reasons. " Residents questioned the apparent haste in appointing to the board without interviewing those interested in filling the seat. "I am concerned that you had 17 (initial)
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By DAVE McMILLION | davem@herald-mail.com | May 23, 2013
A Berkeley Springs man serving a 321-year prison sentence following a 1993 crime rampage that included the rapes of two West Virginia women has confessed to strangling a Berkeley Springs woman in 1982 and putting her body in the Potomac River near Berkeley Springs, officials with the Morgan County Sheriff's Office said Thursday. Randy McBee confessed to the strangulation of Ginger Holly Gregg, who was 20 years old at the time, during an interview Tuesday with Lt. Tim Stapleton of the sheriff's office at the Mount Olive Correctional Complex, according to a sheriff's office news release.
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By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | February 27, 2013
Peter Dougherty, president of the Jefferson County Board of Education; Steven V. Groh, an assistant county prosecutor, and retired Charles Town Police Chief Louis Brunswick will be interviewed next week by the Jefferson County Commission in the county's quest to replace ousted Sheriff Bobby Shirley. Each will be interviewed Tuesday morning in the commissioners' meeting room below the Charles Town Library. The interviews will be open, but public comment won't be accepted, Commission President Dale Manuel said.
LIFESTYLE
January 21, 2013
Friends of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the Potomac Highlands Roundtable of Hagerstown, will conduct interviews of World War II veterans Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Morris Frock American Legion Post 42, 405 Northern Ave., Hagerstown. The purpose of the interviews is to document the contributions of each veteran who served in combat and noncombat roles. The interviews will be conducted by college students associated with the friends of the World War II Memorial.
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Linda Duffield | June 30, 2012
Around here, we get a lot of emails. Sometimes, they pop up in such rapid-fire fashion that you begin to despair of ever getting through them all. I don't know if we get a lot more of the electronic messages than people working in other businesses, but I suspect we don't. I've heard it suggested that emails are so prolific that managing them can be an art form. Business emails can be an asset, opening an avenue for improved communication and giving people a way to connect that when properly used can be more efficient than the telephone.
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March 8, 2012
Keren Kinglow of Chambersburg was named Ms. Northeast America 2012 by the Ms. America Pageant during a ceremony in February. The pageant will take place April 15. Contestants from across the United States will compete in interview, fashion wear, sports wear, evening gown and on-stage interview. The mission of the pageant is to celebrate the accomplishments of women and encourage them to be involved in community service. For more information, go to www.msamericapageant.com or call Susan Jeske at 949-679-8888.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | February 25, 2012
The Waynesboro Area School Board will start interviewing candidates this week for the district superintendent position. In mid-December 2011, the school board decided not to renew the contracts of its superintendent and assistant superintendent as of June 30. It has been advertising for a new superintendent; the deadline to apply is Tuesday. “I think the plan is to have the new superintendent have a lot of say into who the assistant superintendent will be,” board President Ed Wilson said.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | November 30, 2011
During hours of questioning by Hagerstown police detectives in June, Darrell Hicks repeatedly denied stabbing his roommate and leaving his body in their apartment for several days. Eventually, Hicks told investigators he stabbed Darin Bernard Pressman. But it will be up to Washington County Circuit Court Judge Daniel P. Dwyer to determine whether the statement was made voluntarily. On Wednesday, a hearing on a defense motion to exclude Hicks' police interview from a trial began before 9 a.m. and extended past the 4:30 p.m. closing of the courthouse.
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By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | November 10, 2011
Hagerstown residents had mixed reactions Thursday afternoon about whether and where a senior citizen center should be built in Washington County. James Jones said he supported the idea of building a senior center because it would be a way to make sure seniors are helped. "A senior center is a perfect vehicle for people 65 and older," Jones said. "Seniors could go out to meet seniors, and the center could make sure the seniors have everything they need from medication to Social Security checks.
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By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | September 6, 2011
Under a new Washington County policy, media interviews with government staff members must be coordinated by the county's new public relations director. Sarah J. Lankford, who was hired July 1 to direct the county's new Department of Public Relations and Community Affairs, will serve as the spokeswoman or designate an appropriate person for all interactions with the media, under the new policy announced last week. In response to media inquiries, Lankford will either consult staff and relay an answer, or, "if it's something that (Washington County Administrator)
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September 2, 2011
As part of a collaboration between The Mental Health Center and Washington County Department of Social Services, a daylong workshop, "Working with Ambivalent or Resistant Clients: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing," will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21. Registration begins at 8 a.m. at The Mental Health Center, 1180 Professional Court, Hagerstown. Cost is $65. Payments should be sent to Lynn Metzger, The Mental Health Center, 1180 Professional Court Hagerstown, MD, 21740.
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