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October 31, 2009
SEPT. 14, 1928-OCT. 30, 2009 Ann S. Ausherman, 81, of Hagerstown, passed away Friday, Oct. 30, 2009, at Washington County Hospital. Born Sept. 14, 1928, in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late George W. and Gertrude A. (Blankline) Schoolden. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, David William Ausherman Jr. Ann is survived by three daughters, Sundra L. Ware of Bedford, Pa., Patricia A. Stivell of Virginia Beach, Va., and Cathy L. Vitti of Whiting, N.J.; one son, David R. Ausherman of West Virginia; two sisters, Edna Abel of Kentucky and Audrey Salvato of Brooklyn, N.Y.; seven grandchildren, Candace C. Bennett, Melissa A. Ware, Katharine Sahene, Benjamin Bean, Sarah Shumaker, Tyler Ausherman and Ashley Riffe; and seven great-grandchildren.
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By SCOTT ANDERSON | October 17, 2009
This is my spinoff of a Hot Brown, an open-faced turkey-and-bacon sandwich covered in Mornay sauce. The sandwich originated in 1926 at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Ky. I went with pot roast for a more hearty style and substituted sliced, smoked cheddar instead of Mornay sauce, a classic French cheese sauce. A panino is a pressed, heated Italian sandwich; the plural of panino is panini. The specialized appliance used to make a panino is called a panini press. Scott's Panini Brown (Ingredients in bold are seasonally available this week at many area farmers markets.
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By NATALIE BRANDON / Special to The Herald-Mail | September 28, 2009
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- The community of Shepherdstown is anxiously awaiting the arrival of a very special guest. Renown poet and novelist Silas House will receive the Appalachian Heritage Writer's Award and serve as 2009 writer-in-residence at Shepherd University this Thursday. A native of Kentucky, House still lives and writes in his boyhood town of Lily. The 38-year-old's pride in his Appalachian heritage runs through his veins. "I'm very proud to be an Appalachian," he says, "That's a huge part of who I am, and it drives everything I do. " House will participate in a series of programs on Appalachian storytelling and environmental issues that will take place at the university from Monday, Sept.
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March 29, 2009
COLLEGE BASEBALL RICHMOND, Ky. -- A.J. Jamison, The Herald-Mail Hitter of the Year in 2008, starred for Eastern Kentucky in the Colonels' 25-6 win over Morehead State on Sunday. Jamison went 3-for-6 with six RBIs and scored three runs. He had a three-run homer, a solo shot, a run-scoring single and a sacrifice fly. He is batting .294 with three homers and 12 RBIs for the season. GIRLS LACROSSE St. James 11, St. Andrew's 9 POTOMAC, Md. -- Caroline Salisbury and Jina Hontz each scored three goals to lead St. James to the victory Saturday.
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October 13, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- A Kentucky man was killed Sunday night when his car struck a tanker trailer on Interstate 70 west of Md. 65, Maryland State Police said. Robert Lewis Bolen, 44, of Upton, Ky., was driving west at about 7:20 p.m. when his 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo crossed the median and struck an empty milk truck in the eastbound lanes, police said. Bolen was pronounced dead at the scene. The car initially struck the truck's tire, then hit its fuel tank area, police said. The truck entered the median and jackknifed, police said.
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June 20, 2008
Heritage Academy valedictorian Benjamin Allen Martin is the son of Duane and Sharon Martin and has the distinction of being the first graduate having attended Heritage since kindergarten who has a parent who also attended the school from Kindergarten through twelfth grade.  While at Heritage Ben participated in basketball and also helped with the school production of I Remember Mama.  Ben is currently employed at Martin Siding and will be attending Hagerstown Community College in the fall majoring in engineering.
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By LARRY YANOS | May 5, 2008
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Williamsport High School graduate Michael Kaetzel has more than a rooting interest in today's Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. Kaetzel, 28, is an assistant to Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott, who will saddle Court Vision in the Run for the Roses. One of Kaetzel's responsibilities was working with a string of Mott's horses in Florida earlier this year, including the talented 3-year-old Derby entrant. Kaetzel said Court Vision has a good shot in the Triple Crown Series opener.
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By LARRY YANOS | April 27, 2008
Maryland-based trainer Graham Motion has enjoyed tremendous success with thoroughbreds no matter where he works, in the Free State or around the country. On Saturday, one of his newest stars will be in action at Churchill Downs. The improving three-year-old Adriano will compete in the 134th running of the Kentucky Derby with newly elected Hall of Fame jockey Edgar Prado aboard. Adriano earned a trip to the Kentucky Derby with a dazzling performance in the Grade II $500,000 Lane's End Stakes at Turfway Park on April 22. It was the first stakes win for the Kentucky-bred horse, boosting his career earnings to $394,100 with a 7-3-1-0 lifetime record.
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May 13, 2006
The Rev. Craig Jones comes to the Downsville Christian Church after serving two churches in Ohio. A native of the Washington, D.C. suburbs, Jones, 55, spent some of his youth in and around the White House, where his father worked in the mailroom. Before seminary, he was a locksmith and held many lay jobs at University Christian Church in Hyattsville, Md. Following his undergraduate studies in history at the University College of the University of Maryland, Jones earned his Master of Divinity degree from Lexington Theological Seminary in Kentucky and completed a semester of ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. He was ordained in 1995.
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by DAVE McMILLION | August 18, 2005
charlestown@herald-mail.com SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - A 39-year-old Kentucky work-release escapee who was apprehended Monday in Shepherdstown remained at Eastern Regional Jail on $5,000 bond Wednesday afternoon, a jail spokeswoman said. Timothy Scott Carlisle initially was seen at a public boat ramp at the end of Princess Street, said Patrolman K.E. White of the Shepherdstown Police Department. Carlisle went to a house near the boat ramp and police responded to the house, according to White and court records.
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