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August 30, 1992
Head coach: Gene Blizzard (second season).Assistant coaches: Don Vail, Joe Alex.1991 record: 0-10.Returnees: Seniors Keir Thompson (OB-DB), Dan Durst (FB-LB), Brenton Clark (E-DE), Andy Glenn (OT-DT), Andy Clark (OT-DT), Don Krtanjek (QB-DB), Roy Sampson (OB-DB), Brandon Barrett (G-LB), Matt Dupree (OT-DT), Chris Abel (Line) and Doug Morin (Kicker).Newcomers: Juniors Terry Vail (OB) and Dick Barwick (OB).Coach's outlook: "We don't have a whole lot of experience on this team, so we're just trying to improve.
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August 30, 1992
Head coach: Gene Blizzard (second season).Assistant coaches: Don Vail, Joe Alex.1991 record: 0-10.Returnees: Seniors Keir Thompson (OB-DB), Dan Durst (FB-LB), Brenton Clark (E-DE), Andy Glenn (OT-DT), Andy Clark (OT-DT), Don Krtanjek (QB-DB), Roy Sampson (OB-DB), Brandon Barrett (G-LB), Matt Dupree (OT-DT), Chris Abel (Line) and Doug Morin (Kicker).Newcomers: Juniors Terry Vail (OB) and Dick Barwick (OB).Coach's outlook: "We don't have a whole lot of experience on this team, so we're just trying to improve.
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By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff writer | September 15, 1991
The flame-red building screams in yellow letters big enough that a motorist whizzing by on Route 40 can't miss them: "Do it.""Do what?" might have been the response from Clark's hardware customers in the 1840s. They were mostly farmers and tradesmen who tied their teams of horses in front of the original store on Main Street in Ellicott City.On Thursday, in a part of Ellicott City that didn't exist when Edward T. Clark moved his hardware business from Main Street to the Baltimore & Ohio rail yards in the 1920s, his grandson Andy Clark will open the doors of a new Clark's Do-It Center.
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By Kevin Thomas and Kevin Thomas,Staff writer | March 15, 1992
When Jacqueline Clark went to see the hit thriller "The Hand that Rocks the Cradle," she expected it to rattle more than her nerves.As founder and president of A Choice Nanny, the Columbia-based child-care screening service, Clark thought the movie about a nanny seeking vengeance against the family that hires her would also scare customers away from her business.It didn't. In fact, since the movie opened, A Choice Nanny has had two record-breaking months, and Clark believes the film may have helped.
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By Kevin Thomas and Kevin Thomas,Staff writer | March 15, 1992
When Jacqueline Clark went to see the hit thriller "The Hand that Rocks the Cradle," she expected it to rattle more than her nerves.As founder and president of A Choice Nanny, the Columbia-based child-care screening service, Clark thought the movie about a nanny seeking vengeance against the family that hires her would also scare customers away from her business.It didn't. In fact, since the movie opened, A Choice Nanny has had two record-breaking months, and Clark believes the film may have helped.
NEWS
July 10, 2008
On Wednesday, June 18, 2008 RICHARD EARL beloved husband of the late Hilda G. Barrett; loving father of JoAnne Sweet and Lynn M. Barrett; devoted grandfather of Sherry L. Clark, Heather L. Sweet, Holly C. Sweet, Jenna L. Ritter, George R. Sweet and Richard S. Barrett; dear great-grandfather of Mia Clark and Andy Clark. Friends may call at Eline Funeral Home, 934 S. Main Street, Hampstead on Friday, July 11 from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, July 12 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon with a memorial service immediately following.
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July 1, 2004
On Sunday, June 27, HAROLD J. STERNBERG; beloved husband of Florence Sternberg (nee Astrin); loving father of Rhoda Brown of Boca Raton, FL, Barry Sternberg of Myakka City, FL, Irwin Sternberg of Millburn, NJ and Alan Sternberg of Miami, FL; dear father-in-law Stanley Brown, Joanna Sternberg, Mena Sternberg and Patti Sternberg; beloved brother of Herbert Sachs; loving grandfather of Jill Brown, Todd and Nancy Brown, Kelly and Jim Schaff-Brown, Jennifer and...
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March 27, 2000
New Windsor Volunteer Fire Company installed new officers at its annual banquet. Administrative officers are: Drew Strine, president; Richard Hooper, vice president; Jack Coe, treasurer; Ed Palsgrove, assistant treasurer; Gail Hooper, corresponding secretary; Penny Strine, assistant corresponding secretary; Barbara Blacksten, financial secretary; Thomas Holland, assistant financial secretary; Neal Roop, chaplain; and Wayne Blacksten, historian. Line officers are: Rick Fritz, fire chief; Byron Welker, assistant fire chief; Jeff Lease, captain; Jeff Fritz, lieutenant; Mike Moser, 2nd lieutenant; Marcy Munshaur, ambulance captain; Thomas Coe, ambulance lieutenant; Jack Coe, second ambulance lieutenant; and Dan Fritz, sergeant.
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By John J. Snyder and John J. Snyder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 28, 1999
ON SUNDAY, the early birds flocked to Hechinger's to catch bargains. By 8: 30 a.m., when many folks are getting up on a Sunday, the big parking lot at the Snowden Square shopping center was half full of sedans, pickup trucks and minivans. Not unusual for the "world's most unusual lumberyard" -- as the company's logo once read. But now, all sales at the big-box hardware store are final, and the Hechinger Co. will be reduced to a notation in bankruptcy court records. Company executives expect to close the chain by mid-December.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | April 8, 1998
Even Noel Coward aficionados have to concede "Present Laughter" is not his best play. But a slick, sophisticated portrayal of the title character -- a stage idol modeled after Coward himself -- can make you feel you're in the presence of the master.On opening night, however, the production at the Vagabond Players reinforced the play's weaknesses. And though lead actor Mark E. Campion can certainly look debonair -- and on many occasions has shown he can act it as well -- his first-night performance lacked the self-assurance essential to the role.
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By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff writer | September 15, 1991
The flame-red building screams in yellow letters big enough that a motorist whizzing by on Route 40 can't miss them: "Do it.""Do what?" might have been the response from Clark's hardware customers in the 1840s. They were mostly farmers and tradesmen who tied their teams of horses in front of the original store on Main Street in Ellicott City.On Thursday, in a part of Ellicott City that didn't exist when Edward T. Clark moved his hardware business from Main Street to the Baltimore & Ohio rail yards in the 1920s, his grandson Andy Clark will open the doors of a new Clark's Do-It Center.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1999
Howard County government's Y2K message is clear -- sort of.Officials say no disasters are likely to strike when the clock hits midnight New Year's Eve -- but stock up on bottled water, canned food, cash and prescription medicines anyway.For those with questions, tonight is the second and perhaps final chance to speak to everyone from County Executive James N. Robey on down, plus utility company representatives. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Ten Oaks Ballroom, 5000 Signal Bell Lane.Unlike the first meeting, which drew more than 100 people to the County Council chamber July 26, the Clarksville gathering will not be shown live on cable television.
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