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February 1, 2005
Third marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade 6 - Alexandra D. Bates, Joel D. Bates, Matthew F. Blair, Maria C. Jarvis, Megan L. Micco, Brooke L. Miles, Jeffery M. Moats, Ross M. Reid, Kristen L. Resh, Theresa N. Ritchick, Cody A. Sulser. Grade 7 - Heaven L. Burkhammer, Amanda L. Crowl, Brianna L. Davis, Dylan L. Eavey, Amanda J. Fawley, Zachariah J. Graybill, Aaron D. Hetzer, Hannah E. House, Hannah M. Leizear, Damara J. McDonough, Amber N. Mills, Samantha L. Owens, Dylan S. Reed, Samantha L. Reesor, Taylor L. Reid, Casie L. Robertson, Christopher Ryce, Lakyn R. Sanders, Amanda L. Snyder, Zachary M. Valko, Samantha T. Webster.
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February 11, 2007
Smithsburg High School Third marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade 9 - Kari A. Ausherman, Anna M. Baldasarre, Timothy S. Barr, Courtney M. Boyer, Corey S. Collins, Evan P. Dennis, Robert J. Gery, Daniel M. Gillen, Rabee A. Haq, Emily A. Hargreaves, Rebekah P. Minnick, Lara M. Seidman, Jacob H. Shriver, Brittany M. Winders. Grade 10 - Danielle S. Berk, Emily R. Bolton, Sonja E. Brigham, Shannon J. Delaney, Taylor Donley, Christopher M. Ecker, Benjamin D. Forrest, Bethany M. Garnand, Cory A. Green, Dana L. Grimm, Katelyn E. Grossman, Melody E. Kaufman, Mollie A. Kieffer, Julia M. Lowe, Marissa L. Luipersbeck, James E. McClanathan, Julie N. McDonald, Meghan B. McSherry, Kameron D. Pyron, Alan W. Reed, Kayla L. Reed, Hans W. Vomend, Daniel A. Whitt, Adrienne S. Wolford, Mohammad U. Zia. Grade 11 - Michael A. Baer, Laura E. Baldasarre, Kevin A. Bricker, Kirsten E. Cacciola, Chelsea M. Connelly, Gretchen E. Downey, Katie R. Frey, Samantha N. Gift, Kyla E. Greenhorn, Elet Hall, Caitlin E. Hartman, Catherine M. Johnson, Megan E. Kerns, David J. Kurz, Annalee L. Law, Michael P. Lawrence, Taylor W. Leach, Hilary M. Leas, Kayla C. Long, Natalie A. Mancini, John T. Martin, Carrie M. Messner, Misbah A. Shafi, Phillip K. Shriver, Addison E. Slick, Tiffany R. Stutz, Steven A. Whitt.
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November 27, 2008
Incidents reported to Washington County Sheriff's Department The Washington County Sheriff's Department responded to the following incidents, according to a press release from Sgt. Roy Harsh. Thursday o At 6:50 a.m., a purse was found in the roadway in the area of Dual Highway and Eastern Boulevard. It was returned to its owner. Wednesday o At 1:50 a.m., shoplifting was reported at 7-Eleven at 19340 Leitersburg Pike. Food items were stolen. o At 5:31 a.m., a green Jaguar with Maryland tag No. 7ENF44 was reported stolen from the 15600 block of Deer Lodge Circle in Hagerstown.
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By CECELIA TRYBUS / Pulse Correspondent | March 18, 2008
It happens to everyone once in a while - that long car trip that takes hours. I take one about every year to get to my grandmother's house in North Carolina. It's about an eight-hour drive. In that period of time, my brother and I invent all kinds of games and find things to occupy our time. Here is a list of things we do: Of course, Nintendo DS, Gameboy, Sony PlayStation Portable and portable DVD players are all great options. They take up lots of time and are entertaining.
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By LINDA DUFFIELD | December 29, 2007
There is a funny video clip on YouTube entitled "Medieval Helpdesk with English Subtitles. " The bit, which was aired by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation in 2001, revolves around a monk who has to get help figuring out how to use that new-fangled invention, the book. As the monk points out to the helper who demonstrates how to turn the book's pages to go forward and backward, he is used to working with scrolls of parchment. Books are, well, confusing and hard to use. Funny stuff, especially for those of us who have done our share of sorely trying the patience of helpdesk personnel over the years.
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by ARV VOSS / Motor Matters | April 20, 2007
There are those in our two-wheeled society who live by the philosophy that you are what you ride, and consequently no self-respecting sport-bike rider or heavy V-Twin cruiser type would dare to be caught dead on a scooter. It's too bad if you're in that category, because scooters are gaining in popularity at a much more rapid pace than the general motorcycle audience, and rightly so. Scooters today are more technologically advanced, faster, more comfortable, more efficient in terms of fuel economy, and rank considerably higher in their "coolness quotient.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | April 15, 2007
In an era when CDs are losing their foothold in the music industry, there are music fans who don't care, and it's not because these fans are downloading music. They are sticking to vinyl. "A CD player? What am I going to do with that?" asked Judy Kell, 55, of Chambersburg, Pa., who collects vinyl records. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that CD music sales have sharply declined. Despite the decline in the more up-to-date way to listen to music, old-school vinyl records are still hanging on to a small fan base: collectors and older music enthusiasts who don't see the point in switching music platforms.
NEWS
February 25, 2007
Hancock Middle-Senior High School Third marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade 7 - Vincent Foreman, Casey Johnson, Charles Smith, Garrett Wiles, Tiffany Younker. Grade 8 - Jenna Hull, Jocelyn Sornson. Grade 9 - Jenna Burkett, Hannah Creek, Nicklas Harvey, Michael Powell, Dylan Rinker. Grade 10 - Elizabeth Burcham, Phillip Corbett, Olivia Funk, Jill Helmstetter, Catherine Hess, Karly Logsdon, Georgia Manning, Janel Morris, Kelsea Pittman, James Sornson, Kelsey White.
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