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August 6, 2010
Name: Miracle Color: Black ID: A11108108 Miracle is a 1-year-old spayed and declawed beautiful young lady looking for a happy home. She came to The Humane Society of Washington County about two weeks ago, but we did not know about her until five days later. She was left in a plastic carrier on one of the hottest days this year and so far back in our property that she was unnoticed. When we found her it was hard to believe she was alive, just a little hungry and thirsty.
NEWS
September 2, 2006
Christ Lutheran Church in Hagerstown is planning a bus trip to see "The Miracle of Christmas" Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Sight and Sound Theater in Strasburg, Pa. The show begins at 1 p.m. followed by dinner on the way home at Shady Maple Smorgasbord. For information, call Sandy Busey at 301-739-7925.
NEWS
BY DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | March 25, 2002
After being hit by a car in front of South Hagerstown High School, Emerson - a 6-year-old Weimaraner - needed a miracle to live. He got one. Emerson's miracle was Oxyglobin, an intravenously-delivered fluid for dogs that is made from the hemoglobin in cows' blood and carries life-saving oxygen to organs and cells. Oxyglobin manufacturer Biopure describes Oxyglobin as an oxygen therapeutic. It also has been described as artificial blood. Emerson typically spent a few minutes in the late afternoons running around the fields at South High while waiting for the end of lacrosse practice.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | February 8, 2004
andrews@herald-mail.com Their hockey sticks clacking, making black scuffs on the floor, members of the Hagerstown Bulldogs' midget hockey team took turns flipping a wadded ball of tape at a goal Saturday. The place was the tiled lobby of R/C Theatres at Valley Mall, a surface lacking the glide necessary for real action. But it was a day for thinking and seeing championship hockey rather than playing it. The occasion was the opening weekend of "Miracle," the Disney movie account of a fairy-tale triumph that wrote itself: the U.S. hockey team's fantastic, improbable gold medal in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
OPINION
Bill Kohler | April 1, 2012
In case you were wondering, the miracle of birth is still a God-blessed miracle. A little more than two weeks ago, my wife Karin and I welcomed our second child, a son, following a Caesarean section birth at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Now before you cringe and think that I'm about to bore and gore you to death about goo-goo eyes and childbirth-related details, relax. This is a serious column (Kohler? Serious? Seriously?) about the miracle that happens thousands of times every day across the country.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | September 6, 2006
BOONSBORO - When Adam Dellinger finished his Eagle Scout project, he felt a great sense of accomplishment and pride. His parents, Brenda and Robert Dellinger, on the other hand, were experiencing what might be described as a miracle coming to pass as their son reached the milestone. Seriously injured in an automobile accident a week before Christmas 2004, their only child was unconscious for nine days and hospitalized for seven weeks at Washington County Hospital. "The doctors said he was a walking miracle," Brenda Dellinger said.
NEWS
By CHAD SMITH | September 29, 2008
There probably isn't a week that goes by that you don't hear about a new "miracle" weight-loss pill. You know: The one that promises to produce the new slim you in 30 days. Or you take a look at the latest issue of your favorite muscle magazine, and you see one of the ads for the supplement that guarantees to work better than steroids. The supplement companies make a lot of promises, but, in my opinion, they can't deliver. One of the most outrageous claims I've seen from the supplement industry is from one popular diet pill.
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by BOB MAGINNIS | November 30, 2005
They say this is the season for miracles and on Friday, one happened right here at The Herald-Mail. It wasn't accompanied by a flash of light or a thunderclap, but it was an amazing occurrence nonetheless. After reading my Thanksgiving Day column about the anonymous small-business man who handed me $2,000 to give away to letter-writers, a gentleman came to our offices. They called me up to the front desk and the man, whom I've never met, gave me a $100 bill and asked me to add it to the total.
NEWS
August 29, 2003
Completed in 1913, expanded in 1920, the Apollo stage has hosted the likes of Will Rogers and Tex Ritter, classical music and productions staged by community theater groups, the first of which was Martinsburg Little Theatre, started in 1936. The community theater heart of the brick building annually stages five performances per season, and rehearsals for this year's first, "Children of Eden," are well under way. The play, a musical adaptation of the first nine chapters of the Bible, is directed by Charles Johnson.
NEWS
July 2, 2009
City: Owner cited for sidewalk hole 157 properties with overdue taxes auctioned Crash survival story 'a true miracle' Washington Co. property tax bills in the mail Jason Anthony Bell, 26
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By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | June 3, 2012
Commencement is a bittersweet time of year for everyone at Saint James School because the older students act like mentors for their younger counterparts, the school's headmaster said. “This is not a school in which the graduating class graduates like a month before exams so we can get rid of you,” said the Rev. D. Stuart Dunnan, headmaster of Saint James. “We actually need you. We need you to be here. We need you to be on campus and really to help us take care of the younger students.” But for 39 students in the Class of 2012, it was their time to say goodbye.
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OPINION
Bill Kohler | April 1, 2012
In case you were wondering, the miracle of birth is still a God-blessed miracle. A little more than two weeks ago, my wife Karin and I welcomed our second child, a son, following a Caesarean section birth at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Now before you cringe and think that I'm about to bore and gore you to death about goo-goo eyes and childbirth-related details, relax. This is a serious column (Kohler? Serious? Seriously?) about the miracle that happens thousands of times every day across the country.
NEWS
Cathy Grantham | Around Maugansville | March 30, 2012
John and Jill Munson would like to share how proud they are of their son, Matthew, for being selected and recognized for demonstrating respect at Maugansville Elementary School.  In February, he was invited to the “Golden Table” during his lunchtime, which is an activity used to promote the six pillars of character in the Character Counts! program at the school.  Matthew will turn 7 on April 1, and his parents would also like to wish him a happy seventh birthday. Senior Friendship Club to meet Tuesday Maugansville Senior Friendship Club will meet Tuesday, April 3, at the Hibachi Buffet (formerly TOPS)
NEWS
By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | December 25, 2011
Although she's Jewish and does not celebrate Christmas, Lynne Newman has helped thousands of Chambersburg area residents have a better holiday for the past two decades. Under Newman's direction for the 20th consecutive year, about 200 volunteers gave up part of their Christmas Day to put on a free turkey dinner and give out presents at the Franklin County Salvation Army lunchroom in Chambersburg. “I don't care if I celebrate Christmas or not. That's not what's important,” Newman said.
NEWS
By DON AINES and CALEB CALHOUN | dona@herald-mail.com and caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | June 8, 2011
About 40 people pressed their faces and cameras against the chain link fence on the Appalachian Trail footbridge over Interstate 70 late Tuesday morning to see a piece of aviation history pass beneath their feet. Traveling considerably slower than its old cruising speed of about 500 mph, the Airbus A320 that was US Airways Flight 1549 chugged up the mountain sans wings and tail, a 120-foot aluminum cylinder that two years ago captured the attention of the world when it made an emergency landing in theHudson River.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | kate.alexander@herald-mail.com | February 28, 2011
No one knows for sure what happened Jan. 17. Jeremy Barkdoll of Boonsboro said he remembers telling his 13-year-old son, Jakob, to go get the mail. He looked away for a few seconds and when he turned around, the boy was lying on the ground, his four-wheeler beside him. “I turned around for maybe five seconds when I heard a friend scream,” Jeremy Barkdoll said. Jakob was seizing from the impact of flipping his four-wheeler, and Jeremy Barkdoll said he later learned it was a result of his son sustaining severe head trauma.
NEWS
January 13, 2011
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is opening both eyes, moving both legs and arms and is responding to friends and family. Her doctors call it a "major milestone" in her recovery. "We're hoping that she crosses through many more," said her neurosurgeon, Dr. Michael Lemole. Her remarkable recovery five days after being shot through the head has provided a much-needed dose of jubilation after a tragic week that left the nation in mourning. Giffords and 18 others were shot Saturday when a gunman opened fire at a meet-and-greet she was hosting outside a supermarket in her own hometown.
NEWS
August 6, 2010
Name: Miracle Color: Black ID: A11108108 Miracle is a 1-year-old spayed and declawed beautiful young lady looking for a happy home. She came to The Humane Society of Washington County about two weeks ago, but we did not know about her until five days later. She was left in a plastic carrier on one of the hottest days this year and so far back in our property that she was unnoticed. When we found her it was hard to believe she was alive, just a little hungry and thirsty.
NEWS
December 12, 2009
'That Holiday Feeling' Washington County Playhouse presents "That Holiday Feeling. " The show continues through Sunday, Dec. 20. Shows are every Friday and Saturday; plus 1 p.m. Sundays, Dec. 6, 13 and 20; 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, "play with your pasta" special; 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31, New Year's Eve Party with cabaret show. Washington County Playhouse, Hagerstown. For reservations and details, call 301-739-7469. 'Miracle on 34th Street,' the musical MIDDLETOWN, Va. -- The Christmas classic "Miracle on 34th Street" set to music.
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