— Western Correctional Institution inmate Hazard Wilson sews a pillowcase that will be donated to children’s cancer hospitals as Assistant Warden Harry Murphy and Cindy Kerr overlook his work in Cresaptown on Friday. Kerr of the ConKerr Cancer Foundation was visiting WCI to collect 2,000 inmate-made pillowcases. The project was an outgrowth of Murphy’s own cancer battle and his effort to do something for the children who were an inspiration to him.
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- Agreement on Pinto, Highland Estates water rates
- Mineral County resident voices concerns about annexation
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- W.Va. wants to sell surplus property to students
- Hagerstown man struck, killed while walking
- Corbett, coal interests rally before EPA hearings
- Journey of Hope to raise over $500,000 for charity
- NIH scientists find new genetic risk factors for Parkinson’s
- Housing Authority employees charged with felony theft
Ridgeley, Lakeview advance to finals
POTOMAC PARK — Blake Rhodes doubled and singled twice while Wyatt Yates and Caleb Hare singled three times to power Ridgeley to a 14-4 victory over the Cumberland Kiwanis for a sweep of the Hot Stove League’s National League Championship Series Wednesday at Hamilton Field.
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- Riley insists Heat will be competitive
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- Ridgeley, Lakeview advance to finals
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If we don’t sell it to them, somebody else will
The front page article on coal exports by AP writer Dina Cappiello is one of the most asinine and biased “news” articles I’ve read (“Not in my backyard: U.S. sending dirty coal abroad,” July 29 Times-News, Page 1A).
- Research cost of watershed plan before implementing it
- ‘Prayers in the Park’ event slated Aug. 18 in Johnstown
- Not a villain
- Other groups get county funds, so should CHCO
- No public funding for extremist organization
- If we don’t sell it to them, somebody else will
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For Maryland, a better place to be
Maryland is a Big Ten school. Has a strange feel to it, doesn’t it? A strange feel, perhaps, but a fresh feel and a good feel.
- City threatened by hostile army during Civil War
- Sleep under the stars! Be a game warden!
- He was here long before Duck Dynasty
- Very first memories of a very long life
- FSU Planetarium has new outreach program
- For Maryland, a better place to be
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