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by NELL BARBER and FEDORA COPLEY | January 17, 2006
"Tristan & Isolde" tells the legendary tale of two lovers from enemy sides. Tristan (James Franco), an English warrior, gets injured in battle and is thought dead. When his boat washes up on Ireland's coast, he is found by Isolde (Sophia Myles), the daughter of England's enemy - King Donnchadh (David O'Hara), the king of Ireland. Isolde hides Tristan and heals him secretly. Their romance is torn apart by duty, honor and betrayal. Rated PG-13 for intense battle sequences and some sexuality.
NEWS
by ERICA COLLIFLOWER/Pulse Correspondent | August 14, 2007
Once upon a time, in a world in which stars are people, a star fell from the sky into the magical land of Stormhold. Many people saw the star fall that night. And many people set out that night to find the star - Yvaine (played by Claire Danes) - and use her for their own purposes. "Stardust" follows the tales of Tristan (Charlie Cox) who seeks the star for his beloved; an evil witch (Michelle Pfeiffer) who wishes to eat Yvaine's heart; and two brothers (Jason Flemyng and Rupert Everett)
OBITUARIES
October 9, 2012
Terry Francis Cool Jr., 29, of 417 N. Church St. in Waynesboro, Pa., passed away Friday, Oct. 5, 2012, at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Born Thursday, Feb. 10, 1983, in State Line, Pa., he was the son of Lois D. (Dieterich) Herchenrother and stepson of Brian Herchenrother, both of Hagerstown, Md., and son of the late Terry F. Cool. He graduated in 2001 from Greencastle-Antrim High School in Greencastle, Pa., and later earned an Associate of Arts from the Pennsylvania Culinary Institute.
NEWS
January 10, 2006
Movies Opening this week "Glory Road" (PG) - This is the true story of the underdog Texas Western basketball team, with history's first all-African American starting lineup of players. The team took the country by storm, surprisingly winning the 1966 NCAA tournament title. Starring Josh Lucas, Derek Luke, Austin Nichols, Evan Jones and Emily Deschanel. "Hoodwinked" (PG) - An updated retelling of the classic fairy tale "Little Red Riding Hood. " The satire begins where the story left off, as there is always more to every tale than meets the eye. Furry and feathered cops from the animal world, Chief Grizzly and Detective Bill Stork, investigate a domestic disturbance at Granny's cottage, involving a girl, a wolf and an axe. Anne Hathaway, Glenn Close, James Belushi, Anthony Anderson and Patrick Warburton star.
NEWS
May 11, 2000
We had just finished frosting the bottom layer of my mom's birthday cake when I noticed how quiet the house had suddenly become. I glanced into the next room where my 10-month-old daughter had been playing with some blocks. The blocks were there, but she was gone. cont. from lifestyle "Where's Chloe?" I asked her older brother, Tristan. "I don't know," he said, looking at me like I had a few screws loose. He had been standing right beside me, helping with our lopsided chocolate masterpiece.
NEWS
August 4, 2008
Austin Longnecker, a student at St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown, attended the 2008 Global Leadership Summit, sponsored by LeadAmerica, at American University in Washington, D.C., and Fordham University New York City. The Global Leadership Summit is a college-accredited invitational leadership program for academically talented and promising young leaders from across the United States and international community. Exceptional high school students with records of academic achievement and extracurricular or community involvement, are invited to participate in this summer program.
OBITUARIES
December 21, 2011
Anna Lee Trader, 85, of Salisbury, died Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, at Atria Assisted Living.   She is survived by her daughter, Sherri Hynes of Salisbury; her companion of 25 years, Alfred Huffer Jr., and his children, Lisa (Greg) Harbaugh and their son, Zachary, and Andreas (Becky) Huffer; brother-in-law, John “Jack” Trader, and his daughter, Trish (James) Sams and their children, Tristan and Brandon; niece, Judy Ames and her children, Kit Dennis and Kevin (Sheila) Dennis, and their children, Graham and Kristen; and several cousins.
NEWS
By LISA TEDRICK PREJEAN | October 15, 1997
When our son, Tristan, was about 18 months old, we made a rite of passage. We bought a potty chair. My husband thought it was humorous to buy the chair only five months after our toddler learned to walk. But I thought it would be good to have one so our son would get used to seeing it. And with a child's natural curiosity, he'll want to check it out, I reasoned. Why not? He certainly has explored every other apparatus in our house. Who needs Little Tikes when you can have measuring cups, empty boxes, hats and flyswatters?
OBITUARIES
February 4, 2013
Aaron John Hoopengardner, 37, of Hancock, died Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, at University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Md. Born April 10, 1975, in Cumberland, Md., he was the son of Alton B. Hoopengardner of Warfordsburg, Pa., and the late Alleene M. Frost Hoopengardner. He was a 1993 graduate of Southern Fulton High School, Warfordsburg, Pa., and Frostburg State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1998. He was a self-employed computer consultant and operator of Hilltop Farms.
NEWS
August 31, 2000
From college to kindergarten Editor's note : Like many of you, we sent our kids to school last week. Kate Coleman's youngest child, Will, is a freshman in college. Lisa Prejean's oldest, Tristan, started kindergarten. Here are their reflections. Lisa: Bring a backpack and a smile. The letter from my son's teacher said that's all he would need for the first day of kindergarten. We had the backpack. The smile was another story. Kate: Say cheese.
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EDUCATION
September 1, 2013
Tristan Prejean, a recent graduate of Heritage Academy, was named the Washington County winner in the 11th annual Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars competition. The statewide scholarship program is aimed at supporting promising high school seniors who intend to pursue a career in an engineering-related field. Tristan received a merit-based scholarship of $10,000 during an awards reception and dinner hosted by Northrop Grumman on June 24.   Tristan intends to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Maryland in College Park.
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OBITUARIES
February 4, 2013
Aaron John Hoopengardner, 37, of Hancock, died Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, at University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Md. Born April 10, 1975, in Cumberland, Md., he was the son of Alton B. Hoopengardner of Warfordsburg, Pa., and the late Alleene M. Frost Hoopengardner. He was a 1993 graduate of Southern Fulton High School, Warfordsburg, Pa., and Frostburg State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1998. He was a self-employed computer consultant and operator of Hilltop Farms.
OBITUARIES
October 9, 2012
Terry Francis Cool Jr., 29, of 417 N. Church St. in Waynesboro, Pa., passed away Friday, Oct. 5, 2012, at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Born Thursday, Feb. 10, 1983, in State Line, Pa., he was the son of Lois D. (Dieterich) Herchenrother and stepson of Brian Herchenrother, both of Hagerstown, Md., and son of the late Terry F. Cool. He graduated in 2001 from Greencastle-Antrim High School in Greencastle, Pa., and later earned an Associate of Arts from the Pennsylvania Culinary Institute.
OBITUARIES
December 21, 2011
Anna Lee Trader, 85, of Salisbury, died Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, at Atria Assisted Living.   She is survived by her daughter, Sherri Hynes of Salisbury; her companion of 25 years, Alfred Huffer Jr., and his children, Lisa (Greg) Harbaugh and their son, Zachary, and Andreas (Becky) Huffer; brother-in-law, John “Jack” Trader, and his daughter, Trish (James) Sams and their children, Tristan and Brandon; niece, Judy Ames and her children, Kit Dennis and Kevin (Sheila) Dennis, and their children, Graham and Kristen; and several cousins.
OBITUARIES
January 5, 2011
Tristan Hugh Evarts, 16, died Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, at Inova Fairfax Hospital after suffering multiple injuries from an automobile accident on Dec. 27, 2010. A celebration of Tristan’s life will be held at Hedgesville High School on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. and a memorial service will be held at Hedgesville United Methodist Church on Saturday at 1 p.m. Burial will be in Tomahawk Cemetery will be private. Arrangements by Brown Funeral Home.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthewu@herald-mail.com | January 3, 2011
A Hedgesville High School junior who police said died early Monday from injuries related to a Dec. 27 car crash was being remembered for his work ethic in the classroom and on the soccer field. Tristan H. Evarts, 16, of Martinsburg, died at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Va., where he was transferred for treatment after initially being taken to City Hospital in Martinsburg, West Virginia State Police said in a news release. Tristan was driving a Honda Civic on Welltown School Road when the car went off the east side of the road and struck a tree about one-tenth of a mile north of Lancelot Drive, State Police Sgt. E.D. Anderson said in the release.
NEWS
August 4, 2008
Austin Longnecker, a student at St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown, attended the 2008 Global Leadership Summit, sponsored by LeadAmerica, at American University in Washington, D.C., and Fordham University New York City. The Global Leadership Summit is a college-accredited invitational leadership program for academically talented and promising young leaders from across the United States and international community. Exceptional high school students with records of academic achievement and extracurricular or community involvement, are invited to participate in this summer program.
NEWS
by ERICA COLLIFLOWER/Pulse Correspondent | August 14, 2007
Once upon a time, in a world in which stars are people, a star fell from the sky into the magical land of Stormhold. Many people saw the star fall that night. And many people set out that night to find the star - Yvaine (played by Claire Danes) - and use her for their own purposes. "Stardust" follows the tales of Tristan (Charlie Cox) who seeks the star for his beloved; an evil witch (Michelle Pfeiffer) who wishes to eat Yvaine's heart; and two brothers (Jason Flemyng and Rupert Everett)
NEWS
by NELL BARBER and FEDORA COPLEY | January 17, 2006
"Tristan & Isolde" tells the legendary tale of two lovers from enemy sides. Tristan (James Franco), an English warrior, gets injured in battle and is thought dead. When his boat washes up on Ireland's coast, he is found by Isolde (Sophia Myles), the daughter of England's enemy - King Donnchadh (David O'Hara), the king of Ireland. Isolde hides Tristan and heals him secretly. Their romance is torn apart by duty, honor and betrayal. Rated PG-13 for intense battle sequences and some sexuality.
NEWS
January 10, 2006
Movies Opening this week "Glory Road" (PG) - This is the true story of the underdog Texas Western basketball team, with history's first all-African American starting lineup of players. The team took the country by storm, surprisingly winning the 1966 NCAA tournament title. Starring Josh Lucas, Derek Luke, Austin Nichols, Evan Jones and Emily Deschanel. "Hoodwinked" (PG) - An updated retelling of the classic fairy tale "Little Red Riding Hood. " The satire begins where the story left off, as there is always more to every tale than meets the eye. Furry and feathered cops from the animal world, Chief Grizzly and Detective Bill Stork, investigate a domestic disturbance at Granny's cottage, involving a girl, a wolf and an axe. Anne Hathaway, Glenn Close, James Belushi, Anthony Anderson and Patrick Warburton star.
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