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November 21, 2009
The Herald-Mail provides to readers this economic pulse, a snapshot of Washington County's economy.
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NEWS
September 29, 2009
Conflict Resolution Day event set for Oct. 15 at Northern Middle The third annual celebration of International Conflict Resolution Day will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, at Northern Middle School, 701 Northern Ave. Presented by the Washington County Community Mediation Center, the event is free and open to the public. Keynote speaker is Colman McCarthy, former long-time Washington Post columnist, author and activist and founder of the Center for Teaching Peace.
NEWS
September 29, 2009
Teens who live in the Tri-State area, we could sure use your help. Your opinion We're looking for teens who would be willing to engage in group discussions about news topics affecting youths today. You'll help us shape our news in Pulse to make sure topics are relevant to teens today. Help us identify the hot topics for teens. Your video skills We are also looking for teens who are interested in being video journalists. Teens would be required to put together a segment for HMTV, which is viewed at the Valley Mall.
NEWS
September 28, 2009
The Herald-Mail provides to readers this economic pulse, a snapshot of Washington County's economy -- with some comparative Maryland and national figures -- using the latest sales, construction and employment data. The chart will run about this time every month as the newest data is released. If there are other local statistics you'd like us to try to obtain, e-mail Arnold Platou at arnoldp@herald-mail.com or call 301-733-5131, ext. 2338.
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By BRIGITTE GREWE / Pulse correspondent | September 8, 2009
"Guten tag, wie gehts dir?" or "Hello, how are you?" was what first came into my mind (with the little German I did know) on what to say to my cousin from the village of Glessen near KÃ ln, Germany. My family and I had just returned from a month-long trip to Thailand and were being picked up by my sister and cousin at Dulles Washington Airport. I first met my cousin, Kristin Grewe, shyly standing by the car and waiting for us to load our luggage into the car. I didn't know how much English she actually knew or what kind of person she was. I was relieved to find out she did know a lot of English, because I didn't have to tackle the language barrier.
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By KACEY KEITH / Pulse corresponedent | September 8, 2009
Editor's note: Rachael Johnson is a Pulse correspondent. Watch for future Pulse editions to get to know the rest of the staff. Do you know of a local teen who should be profiled? Contact Assistant Lifestyle Editor Crystal Schelle at 301-791-7136, or crystal.schelle@herald-mail.com . Name: Rachael Johnson Age: 15 School: Martinsburg High School, Martinsburg, W.Va. Grade: ninth Music genre: metal and indie Hobbies: paintball and art Color: tie-dye Why did you join Pulse?
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By HARLEY HARRISON / Pulse correspondent | September 1, 2009
Editor's note: Brittany Ray is a Pulse correspondent. Watch for future Pulse editions to get to know the rest of the staff. Do you know of a local teen who should be profiled? Contact Assistant Lifestyle Editor Crystal Schelle at 301-791-7136, or
NEWS
August 25, 2009
Pulse correspondent Amelia McCarty interviews participants in the teen volleyball program at the Fort Ritchie Community Center.
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