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February 29, 2008
Luis Nieto, 10, of Chambersburg, Pa., shoots hoops Thursday night at Donald "Mike" Waters Memorial Park in Chambersburg.
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by LAURA BELL | September 19, 2006
Review In "New Moon" by Stephenie Meyer, Bella Swan has a normal life in the small town where she lives with her father. Except for one thing: She's dating a vampire. Edward Cullen is the love of Bella's life, and possibly her afterlife as well. They've had their problems in the past - evil vampires trying to kill Bella, Edward acting like she was an alien the first time they met - but they worked through these things. Now there is an even bigger threat: the possible end of their relationship.
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By Ric Dugan | September 30, 2005
Jessica Biser of Cearfoss swings into the sunset Thursday at the Maugansville Elementary School playground.
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by SARAH BROWN | April 11, 2006
"Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer Is quite possibly one of the best books I have ever read. The author's use of detail and suspense make for a shocking, action-packed novel that I could not put down. In the book, Bella, the main character and narrator, has recently moved to dreary Forks, Wash., from sunny, pleasant Phoenix, Ariz. When she meets dark, alluring Edward Cullen, she cannot stop thinking about him, and eventually finds out he feels the same way about her. After finding out Edward's horrific secret, Bella must choose between what she longs for and what is best for her - love or life.
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By Shelbi Ives/Pulse Correspondent | September 16, 2008
Marrying a vampire, trying to straighten out a best friend's jealousy and dealing with a life-threatening visit from the ancient coven of vampires called the Volturi all in one book? Yeah, I'm talking about "Breaking Dawn," the latest and final addition to one of the most talked about series called "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer. Have you ever asked yourself: "Do Edward and Bella stay together forever?" If so, then I'm happy to inform you that yes, this question is going to be answered.
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December 4, 2007
E. L. Syverson, 17, is a senior at North Hagerstown High School. She enjoys reading other people's poetry as much as she likes writing her own. Bethany Ferguson, 15, is a junior at Boonsboro High School. She loves writing, playing the piano, kickboxing and running, and she aspires to be a journalist. Darcy Shull, 15, is a sophomore at North Hagerstown High School. She loves drawing people and reading books. Sara Martens, 16, is a junior studying criminal justice at Washington County Technical High School.
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September 4, 2007
By ROD MARTIN, Planetarium Resource Teacher and ANDY SMETZER, Tristate Astronomers Visible Evening Planets JUPITER is in the southwest at sunset. Visible Morning Planets MARS rises during the late evening and is best in the morning. VENUS climbs higher in the eastern morning sky. SATURN is low during morning twilight in the east. Jupiter remains the best evening planet this month. It is the brightest object (except the moon) in the evening sky. Take some time to enjoy its four largest satellites through a good pair of binoculars or small telescope.
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June 27, 2013
There will be a Twilight Goat Tour on Thursday, Aug., 1, from 5:30 p.m. to dark, at the Western Maryland Research and Education Center in Keedysville. In addition to wagon tours of the facility and research program, there will be an opportunity to taste recipes prepared with goat meat. The recipes will be prepared by a local chef. To make sure there is enough meat, registration is required in advance. A small donation is requested to help cover the cost of the meat. Register by calling Pam Thomas at 301-432-2767, ext. 315, or send an email to pthomas@umd.edu . The registration deadline is July 26. The center is the location of the Western Maryland Pasture-Based Meat Goat Performance Test.
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By BOB GARVER | Special to The Herald-Mail | November 19, 2012
Previously, in the "Twilight" series ... Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), a human, married Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), the vampire love of her life. The marriage went through despite objections from Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner), Bella's spurned werewolf admirer. After a very scary pregnancy, Bella had a half-vampire baby. Edward and Jacob both showed dedication to Bella and the baby, eventually deciding to call a truce in the centuries-long feud between vampires and werewolves.
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By COURTNEY BRADFORD / Pulse correspondent | July 6, 2010
I must say that Stephenie Meyer's "Eclipse" from the Twilight Saga is my personal favorite. Many people will tell you that it's their least favorite because it is predictable; which in reality it is in some parts of the book. In the beginning of "Eclipse," Bella - who is now 18 - is still "grounded for life" after running off to Italy to save Edward. That isn't the only thing on Bella's list of things to worry about, though. In the city of Seattle, there have been numerous murders that are too much of a mystery to solve.
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By EBONI JAGGERS | June 30, 2010
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Like many girls her age, Elizabeth Bitner dreams of meeting the man of her dreams, marrying him and living happily ever after. Her idea of Prince Charming happens to be a century her senior, with pasty white skin and whose thirst can only be satisfied by a cup of blood. Elizabeth is madly in love with Edward Cullen of "The Twilight Saga," and she wears the T-shirt to prove it. From floor to ceiling, her bedroom is covered with "Twilight" memorabilia, said Elizabeth, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.
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By BRIGITTE GREWE and KACEY KEITH / Pulse correspondents | November 17, 2009
It's the impossible love story between a human and a vampire that created a wave of fans everywhere. The Twilight series has captured the attention of millions across the country, and made vampires, werewolves, Forks and Volturi part of our everyday language. The movies have drawn as much of a fan base and excitement as the books did. "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," will be released in theaters Friday, Nov. 20. In "New Moon," Bella Swan's (Kristen Stewart) 18th-birthday party becomes a frantic scene as the entire Cullen family runs rampant.
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By AMANDA KREHBEIL / Pulse correspondent | June 30, 2009
Anyone who is a member of Team Edward, Team Jacob or Team Jasper is probably eagerly awaiting the release of "New Moon" (especially you, Team Jacob fans), the latest theatrical installment in the "Twilight" series by Stephenie Meyer. While you are waiting, instead of rereading the series for the -nth time, why not explore some other vampire books, both the classics and more modern tales involving the famous fanged creatures. My favorite vampire books are "House of Night" by P.C. and Kristin Cast.
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By ROD MARTIN and ANDY SMETZE, Tristate Astronomers | November 19, 2008
Visible evening planets Jupiter is the bright evening planet low in the southwest. Venus is bright in the west during evening twilight. Mercury is visible in the west after sunset late in the month. Visible morning planets Saturn rises around midnight and is high at sunrise. For more information about the visible evening planets and nighttime sky, download the planetarium's podcast "Skylights" from antpod.com . Solar System The word "Planet" means "wandering star.
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By BRIGITTE GREWE / Pulse Correspondent | November 18, 2008
Here's a quick test to see if you or your friends love "Twilight" the most. You're a true "Twilight" fan if you ... 1. Own all four books, "Twilight," "New Moon," "Eclipse" and "Breaking Dawn. " 5 points 2. Most of those books are in hardcover. 3 points 3. All of those books are in hardcover. 5 points 4. You went to a midnight party for "Breaking Dawn" 5 points 5. You have read each book in the series at least three times each. Give yourself 5 points for every book you've read three times.
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By SHELBI IVES / Pulse Correspondent | November 18, 2008
This year, it seems teens can't get enough of a story about a vampire, a teenage girl and their impossible, yet unfailing, love. Stephenie Meyer's novel series started with the release of "Twilight" in 2006. Readers faithfully followed the story of Bella and her vampire soul mate Edward with the rest of the series, "New Blood," "Eclipse" and this year's "Breaking Dawn. " On Friday, Bella and Edward's story jumps from book to screen as the first film made from the series, "Twilight," is released in theaters.
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By Shelbi Ives/Pulse Correspondent | September 16, 2008
Marrying a vampire, trying to straighten out a best friend's jealousy and dealing with a life-threatening visit from the ancient coven of vampires called the Volturi all in one book? Yeah, I'm talking about "Breaking Dawn," the latest and final addition to one of the most talked about series called "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer. Have you ever asked yourself: "Do Edward and Bella stay together forever?" If so, then I'm happy to inform you that yes, this question is going to be answered.
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