Jared Ritchey, media production specialist at Allegany College of Maryland, shows Corbin Swanger how to use a studio production camera Friday. Standing in front of a video green screen, from the left, are Allegany County public school transition students Candy Cheek, Amanda Lafferty, Durius Hanlin and Cody Beal. A weather map was projected on the screen. The students and their teacher, Brent Simpson, visited ACM’s Instructional Technologies and Multimedia Services department to learn how television news is produced.
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As the Obama administration weans the U.S. off dirty fuels blamed for global warming, energy companies have been sending more of America’s unwanted energy leftovers to other parts of the world where they could create even more pollution.
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One person died of heroin-related intoxication in Allegany County and one in Garrett County from January to September 2013, according to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
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Members of Hampshire County Recycling Co-Op have gathered enough signatures on their petition to put recycling on the ballot in the November election.
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The Draft Deep Creek Watershed Management Plan, which was released Friday by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Garrett County commissioners, recommends that a watershed district authority be created. The authority would be staffed by an executive director, according to the plan.
Two sentenced in Garrett County Circuit Court
Michael Lynn Ware, Oakland, appeared in Garrett County Circuit Court for three cases. He first entered an Alford plea, which does not admit guilt but acknowledges that sufficient evidence exists that could result in a conviction, to theft under $1,000.
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