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Easy recipe creates pickles fast

Everyone loves a good homemade pickle. But not everyone loves to break out the canning equipment for the occasion. But these pickles come together so quickly, they’ll be ready to enjoy by the time you’re done making dinner. They’re great slipped into your sandwich or burger or served alongside just about any barbecue. They also […]

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Identity Crisis pays off
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Manns’ 50th

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Manns’ 50th
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Safety first

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Safety first
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Good fellow

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Good fellow

Samantha Yates (left) of Shepherdstown wears a Walter Zeller Fellow medallion after being given it during a surprise presentation by Kiwanis International Foundation area representative Ellen Arnold (right). Yates was named a Walter Zeller Fellow of Kiwanis International in recognition of her leadership and enthusiasm during her tenure as president of the Jefferson High School […]

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FFA champs

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FFA champs
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Two area high school graduates were recently awarded the Paul M. Saab Memorial Kiwanis Scholarships for 2013 by the Kiwanis Club of Shepherdstown. Sydney Holliday, a recent graduate of Jefferson High School, and the daughter of Shelly and John Holliday of Shepherdstown, and Chelsea Hampton of Washington High School, and the daughter of Joyce and […]

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Nicole Himes of Harpers Ferry has been named a Glenville State College Distinguished Business Student. Himes, who majored in sport management, was presented with the award along with 24 other students at the annual GSC Business Recognition Event at the school’s Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom in April. All of the award recipients enjoyed a […]

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CHARLESTON (AP) – About half of reported incidents of student bullying in West Virginia occur in middle schools, according to a new state report. The report by the Department of Education says 26 percent of bullying cases occur in high schools and 18 percent occur in elementary schools. The report is based on data from […]

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