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NEWS
August 10, 2008
Lake Insurance McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Sherie D. Lake , president of Lake Insurance, has published a book titled "A Business Success Journal. " The book explores the keys to running a successful business, including topics such as time management, focus, team motivation, implementation and the power of masterminds. The book combines insight from nine other authors. Autographed copies can be reserved by calling 717-485-9033 or sending an e-mail to sherielake@lake-insurance.
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LIFESTYLE
BY LAURA BELL | Pulse correspondent | January 17, 2011
Like many college freshmen, my first semester is over and I am getting ready to start my second semester. One of the things I learned during those first months is that there might be a few things that you just don't think about when you start out after high school graduation. After you've decided where you want to attend college, they will give you dozens of pamphlets about the many organizations, opportunities, places and rules associated with the university. The things they don't always tell you might seem obvious,  but they are things you might just want to remember as you prepare for your first semester in college.
NEWS
By LAURA ERNDE | December 24, 1998
If you get the urge to flip the channel on the Washington County Board of Education's televised meetings, board members said Tuesday they don't blame you. "The perception has gotten into the community that we're not dealing well with our time," said board President Edwin Hayes, who led a discussion on the board's time management. Newly elected board member J. Herbert Hardin said he used to find himself tuning out while watching the meetings on Antietam Cable. "It just got to be a competition between who could make the best presentation," Hardin said.
NEWS
September 28, 2000
Some tips on teaching time management to your kids Teaching your Child | By Lisa Tedrick Prejean Lynn Smith of Hagerstown called recently, requesting tips on teaching time management to her sons, Clayton, 9, and Keifer, 5. Specifically, it's a problem in the morning when they're rushing to catch the bus to Paramount Elementary School. Smith seems organized. She helps her boys pick out clothes at night, and has a weekly chart of responsibilities where they check off completed items such as chores, personal care and manners.
NEWS
October 14, 2008
The Herald-Mail Company has an immediate, full-time opening for a State Zone Manager in its Circulation Department. We're looking for a self-starter, with excellent time management skills, to help recruit and train an independent contractor delivery force, deal with home delivery issues, and promote sales of our paper. Weekend and early morning work is required. Prior distribution experience, along with excellent communication skills and a true commitment to customer service, are all essential.
NEWS
November 7, 2008
The Herald-Mail Company has an immediate, full-time opening for a District Sales Manager in its Circulation Department. We're looking for a self-starter, with excellent time management skills, to help recruit and train an independent contractor delivery force, deal with home delivery issues, and promote sales of our paper. Weekend and early morning work (typically beginning at 2:00AM) is required. Prior distribution experience, along with excellent communication skills and a true commitment to customer service, are all essential.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | April 22, 2007
TOWSON, Md. - A North Hagerstown High School team finished fourth in its division on Saturday at the state Destination Imagination tournament at Towson University. North High competed in the "Round About Courage" category. Students had to tell a story of a heroic adventure in the style of theater-in-the-round, Dan Henderson, the Western Maryland regional director of Destination Imagination, said during a telephone interview. North High was fourth among high schools in that category, he said.
NEWS
by LYNN F. LITTLE | June 2, 2006
There just never seems to be enough hours in the day! If everyone's day has 24 hours, why does it seem like other people have more time? This is a common problem, especially in single-parent families and families in which both parents are employed. The reality is that everyone has the same amount. Developing time-management skills can help you meet the demand of both work and family, freeing up some time for activities and interests. Learning to budget time is similar to learning to budget money.
NEWS
By Dr. YVONNE FOURNIER / Scripps Howard News Service | January 9, 2009
DEAR DR. FOURNIER: We were summoned to our daughter's school, told she is ADHD and instructed to get her on the meds. My neighbor says ADHD is something that was developed so pharmaceuticals can sell more unnecessary drugs and absolve parents from having to actually parent and teachers from taking responsibility for what our daughter isn't learning. Please tell us the truth. ASSESSMENT: I have been answering questions about ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hyperactivity)
NEWS
August 25, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Wilson College will host "The Ultimate Road Trip: Campus2Career," a free presentation for first-year and returning college students on Thursday at 1 p.m. in Alumnae Chapel in Thomson Hall. The program, which is open to the public, will also be helpful for high school seniors and their parents, as well as parents of college students, the college said in a prepared release. The program emphasizes the importance of academics, time management, setting goals and maximizing opportunities both in college and in future careers.
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