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NEWS
January 6, 2013
Cats Adult domestic medium hair, male, gray and black, found on Exeter Court in Hagerstown Adult domestic shorthair, female, gray and black, found on Gapland Road in Rohrersville Young DSH, male, white and black, found on Resh Road in Hagerstown Young DSH, female, gray and black, found on Resh Road Adult DSH, female, gray and black, found on Church Hill Court in Hagerstown Adult DMH, female, brown and black, found on West...
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SPORTS
July 22, 2012
It's hard to admit, but boy, am I getting old. I need glasses to read. Fiber isn't just the threads that make my clothes anymore. My idea of partying is now hitting a buffet line or waiting with the masses at Sonic. My greatest fear has also come true. You know this one. You say something and then stop in your tracks. You realize you sounded just like your parents. And then you cringe. One of the topics my elders would always discuss was the future of our country.
NEWS
by BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | August 24, 2005
bonnieb@herald-mail.com McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - The 2005 Fulton County Fair Queen has short hair not because it's in style, but because 13 inches of it went to make wigs for children who are bald due to medical treatments or disease. As part of her senior-year service project, Kayla Wright, 17, donated her long hair to Locks of Love. Sunday evening, Kayla was crowned queen of the weeklong fair in this small community. Kayla's interest in children with cancer or other medical problems stems from several family members having had the disease, she said.
NEWS
February 26, 1999
Rita Downs will be missed To the editor: With profound interest and sadness, we read the recent article in the Herald-Mail concerning the retirement of Rita Downs after 20 years of faithful service to Reps. Byron and Barlett and citizens in Maryland's 6th Congressional District. Permit us to append some personal observations to complete the narrative. After many years of social and business intercourse, we found Rita to be extraordinarily intelligent, well-versed in local and national affairs, an attentive listener and effective problem-solver.
NEWS
February 19, 1997
Retired teacher sees a need for children's books that promote the values her ancestors lived by By KATE COLEMAN Staff Writer Timing is everything. Gen. George B. McClellan didn't immediately pursue the retreating Confederate forces after the battle of Antietam. His delay cost him his command. Author Myrtle Long Haldeman's timing is good. Her children's book, "Cassie: The Girl With the Hero's Heart," just has been released. It tells the story of an 11-year-old girl and her family in the months surrounding the battle of Antietam.
NEWS
December 8, 2009
Maine coon cat missing Lost - Tortoiseshell Maine coon cat with long hair. Where - The cat was lost on Abbey Lane in Hagerstown. When - The cat was lost Sunday. Description - The female cat named Kaluha is 19 years old and weighs 12 pounds. She has been spayed. Phone number - If you find this cat, call 240-291-7507.
NEWS
February 25, 2007
On Dec. 13, Shannon Nichols, 9, had 10 inches of her red hair cut off to donate to Locks of Love, a nonprofit organization that uses donated hair to make hairpieces for children who have lost their own hair. "I like my long hair but other kids need hair more than I do," said Shannon, a fourth-grader at Lincolnshire Elementary School. Wendy Payne cut Shannon's hair at the J.C. Penney hair salon.
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