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  • Two wings need to fly strong

    Several years ago my parents took a cruise through Alaska's Inland Passage. One of their stops was Sitka, the home of the Alaska Raptor Rehabilitation Center, which cares for and returns wounded eagles, owls, ospreys and other birds of prey to nature. One of the center's permanent residents is a Bald Eagle, one of whose wings had been amputated, rendering it incapable of flight. The bird was found with metal in its wing, shot by a poacher, or perhaps a hunter.
  • Harrison serves as peer mentor

    Harrison serves as peer mentor
    Megan M. Harrison, of Hampstead, was selected to serve as a peer mentor at Washington College, in Chestertown, during the 2014-2015 academic year. The college's Peer Mentor Program begins during orientation and continues throughout the first semester,...

    Students inducted into honor society

    Carroll County residents attending Salisbury University were recently inducted into Phi Eta Sigma national honor society. Kristin Miller, daughter of David and Tracey Miller, of Eldersburg, is a sophomore majoring in elementary education and a dean's...

    No correct coaching philosophy

    My college is having our homecoming celebration next weekend, which will mark the 35th anniversary of the first soccer team in school history. Many of the players returning to the festivities were teammates of mine, and they will be making the journey...

    Commissioners insert partisan opinions, philosophies into newest master plan draft

    While the 2014 Carroll County Master Plan will have the signatures of the Carroll County Planning and Zoning Commission members on it when it's adopted, much of the language, guidelines and recommendations will be from the Carroll County Board of...