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Researchers from the Appalachian Laboratory in Frostburg — part of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science — have 500 American chestnut trees to give away on May 3 as part of an ongoing study. From left are Cat Stylinski, Katia Engelhardt and Steve Keller.
Researchers studying Western Md. growth of American chestnut tree
If you ever wanted to own an American chestnut tree — purebred, no hybrids here — or had a hankering to be a citizen scientist, your opportunity will take place at the Appalachian Laboratory in Frostburg on May 3.
- FDA proposal to regulate e-cigarettes treads lightly
- Fruits of labor
- State divvies up $10 million for pothole repair
- Ku Klux Klan planning Saturday courthouse rally
- Firefighters making progress in Wills Mountain wildfire
- Researchers studying Western Md. growth of American chestnut tree
Allegany’s Brady Hillegas approaches third base during the Campers 10-1 victory over Bishop Walsh Thursday afternoon at Allegany High School. Hillegas had two base hits.
Allegany captures 6th-straight City title
Top-ranked and undefeated Allegany won its 27th consecutive Cumberland City League game by opening a 7-0 lead before Bishop Walsh scored a run as the Campers locked up the City championship by smoking the Spartans 10-1 on Thursday at Allegany.
- Frederick shuts out ACM, 8-0
- Chesapeake sweeps Allegany
- FSU advances to semifinal
- Dougherty, Logsdon combine for 7 RBIs to lead Allegany over Northern
- Frostburg’s Lovend honored by CAC
- Allegany captures 6th-straight City title
- Sports Poll
Not many pieces of legislation to come out of Annapolis can be described as a matter of life or death. But the CPR law signed by Gov. Martin O’Malley is just that.
Known as Brenna’s Law, the legislation requires that all Maryland high schoolers will be required to complete CPR training as part of the graduation requirement.
- Cat sanctuary could use help with veterinarian bill
- Street flowers
- President and Obamacare: Who needs Congress?
- Sweet Success Business Forum this evening in Frostburg
- First base
- Life-saving law
- What do you think?
Yates fires 804
Derek Yates led all scoring for the week ending March 28 with an 804 series featuring a 290 game at Rainbow Lanes.
Bobby Benton actually came in second and third for the week with a 748 on the House pattern at White Oaks and 742 on the USBC Open pattern in the Sport league. Steve Ravenscroft had a nice 740 at Rainbow and Darren Durbin and Teddy Inman rounded out the scoring with 737s apiece at White Oaks.
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- Yates fires 804