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When judging the canned goods, Anita Fairley, right, and Katrina Dolly check that liquid rests at the neck of the bottle, that there isn’t food touching the lid, that the lid and the jar are new, and that the jar is clean. Dirty jars and spoiled food are immediately disqualified.
Gardeners overcome chaotic weather to put on colorful fair flower exhibit
In keeping with the spirit of Oliver Wendell Holmes, the exhibit hall at the Mineral County Fairgrounds was filled with colorful flowers, including African violets, lilies and marigolds despite the chaotic weather.
- Three area schools remain without fiber connection
- Hyndman youth hopes to net tennis court funds
- Mystery woman
- Wild Wonderful Wednesdays to be held
- Marching band prepares for tournament
- Renovations planned for South Cumberland Library
- Bedford teen killed in crash
- 3 sites make shortlist for new FBI headquarters
- Man charged for urinating on Art Modell's grave
- Gardeners overcome chaotic weather to put on colorful fair flower exhibit
Fort Cumberland Post 13’s Brady Hillegas (6) slides in safely before Severna Park catcher Ilnam Dickson can apply the tag during the seventh inning of Post 13’s 5-3 victory Tuesday night at Memorial Field.
Stotler’s hit lifts Post 13 to 5-3 win
Brandon Stotler singled home Brady Hillegas to snap a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning and all nine starters hit safely as Fort Cumberland beat Severna Park 5-3 on a chilly opening night at the Maryland American Legion Baseball State Tournament Tuesday at Memorial Field.
- Bosley returning to Southern sideline
- Casselman beats North Side, 9-1
- Lynn Lewis scores ace at Maplehurst
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- Stotler’s hit lifts Post 13 to 5-3 win
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Not a villain
Time was that we looked for heroes. Heroes of the make-believe variety have sold a lot of comic books. We also had real-life heroes like Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, whose deaths the whole nation mourned.
These days, we seem to be more interested in looking for villains. “Vote for me because I’m the good guy” has taken a back seat to “Don’t vote for him, because he’s the bad guy.”
- Other groups get county funds, so should CHCO
- No public funding for extremist organization
- About time
- Why are fair officials targeting firefighters?
- Here’s a time when W.Va. law took precedence over Md. law
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