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April 8, 2007
On April 6, 2007, JOEL N.; beloved husband of Ruby Badger; devoted father of Kimberlyn Pratesi, Michele Haas Bull and Joel Badger Jr.; grandfather of Zachary Arnold, Nathan Pratesi, Tommy Bull and Kasie Pratesi; loving son of Velma Badger and the late Vance Badger; brother of Ronald Badger and Carol Sue Conrad. Friends may call at Gonce Funeral Service P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Tuesday from 3-5 and 7-9PM, where services will be held on Wednesday at 10AM. Interment Glen Haven Memorial Park.
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By Beth Aaltonen | February 21, 2013
Back from Tribal Council, Brandon is terribly upset about the fact that Francesca went home. He calls himself a Honey Badger, but loses points with me because he doesn't then say "Brandon don't care, Brandon don't give a... " Dawn, because she's too nice and doesn't realize that it was the Crazy talking, and not Brandon, is very upset and hurt by what he said to her. I like Dawn, but I think she will end up leaving about mid-point in the game because...
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NEWS
July 14, 2006
On July 13, 2006, DAWN M. (nee Boyle); BADGER, beloved wife of Doug; devoted mother of Stephanie, Jessica, and Christina Badger; dear sister of Patrice Jastrzembski and her husband John; devoted aunt of Adam, Jacob and Janae. The family will receive friends at Chapelgate Presbyterian Church, 2600 Marriottsville Road, Marriottsville, MD 21104 on Saturday, July 15 from 3 to 5:30 PM. The funeral service will begin at 6 P.M. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions will be made to Capernaum, a ministry to high school students with disabilities, Young Life Capernaum, Dawn Badger Memorial, C/O Pam Harmon, 2334 Belleview Avenue, Cheverly, MD 20785.
SPORTS
Compiled from Inside Lacrosse | December 22, 2012
Junior attackman Mikey Wynne , who who transferred to St. Paul's from Glenelg over the summer after helping the Gladiators win a state championship in 2011, has orally committed to Cornell, according to Inside Lacrosse. Wynne also has played for Breakers Lacrosse and is a member of the Rock Elite 2014 teams. He also played on the Maryland team at the Brine National Classic. Wynne scored 84 points as a freshman and earned All-Howard County honors. Playing last spring alongside older brother Nick (a first-team All-Metro selection)
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark | August 10, 1991
William A. Badger, one of the five regulators who helps set telephone and electricity rates in Maryland, will step down Aug. 30 to take a job heading a trade association of Pennsylvania electric companies.After 14 years as a member of the Public Service Commission, Mr. Badger had become known both in and out of Maryland for his outspoken opinions, including support for proposals to limit regulators' ability to second-guess electric companies' decisions to build power plants.Last year, he cast the sole dissenting vote in a decision enabling callers to hide their identity from machines that can display their phone numbers.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | July 27, 1999
Anne Arundel County Executive Janet S. Owens named yesterday the senior vice president of the county's economic development corporation to temporarily replace president Richard J. Morgan, who abruptly resigned two weeks ago to take a private-sector job.William A. Badger Jr., 44, joined the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC) -- a private corporation that receives public funds and is overseen by a county-controlled board -- as Morgan's right-hand man in 1994.Morgan handed his letter of resignation to Owens at the groundbreaking for Arundel Mills mall on July 15, a week after state officials criticized AAEDC's operations in a private meeting with the county executive and her chief advisers.
NEWS
By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,Sun reporter | March 14, 2007
Business leaders across Anne Arundel County have rushed to the defense of a former economic development chief who was criticized in a confidential county report for alleged mismanagement, misappropriation of funds and political favors. Several have said that the attacks against William A. Badger Jr., who served as chief executive of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. for nearly seven years until February last year, were unfounded. The entrepreneurs also questioned the inclusion of the allegations in the report, which was prepared by 14 community and business leaders to advise County Executive John R. Leopold on economic development and military expansion at Fort Meade.
NEWS
By Mona Charen | August 6, 1996
WASHINGTON -- Jack Kevorkian's 33rd victim, Rebecca Badger, was just 39 years old.She was, she said, so crippled by the effects of multiple sclerosis that she relied on a wheelchair and had to be dragged by her daughter to the bathroom. She had difficulty with bladder and bowel control and was in constant, unbearable pain. Ms. Badger turned to Jack Kevorkian as an ''angel of mercy'' to free her.On July 9, in a hotel room in Pontiac, Mich., Dr. Kevorkian administered an injection of potassium chloride, and Ms. Badger died, holding her daughter's hand.
FEATURES
September 16, 1992
Sylvia Badger's column, which has been appearing in this space on Wednesdays, is moving to Fridays. It will continue to run as well in the People section of The Sunday Sun.
BUSINESS
By JAMIE SMITH HOPKINS and JAMIE SMITH HOPKINS,SUN REPORTER | January 25, 2006
Anne Arundel County's head of economic development will take a job with M&T Bank Corp. after 11 years promoting growth in one of the state's key employment centers, the bank announced yesterday. Bill Badger's last day as president and chief executive of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. will be Feb. 20. He leaves at a time of impending change for the county, which expects 20,000 to 25,000 jobs to be created in the Fort Meade area over several years as a result of the Pentagon's consolidation of military bases.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2012
By the end of last week, Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb was hearing teammate Ed Reed's voice in his sleep. If it wasn't Reed critiquing Webb's technique or positioning, it was him giving pointers about dealing with Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson , Reed's college teammate at the University of Miami. "He was on me all week," Webb said. "Sometimes I'm mad and I want to curse him out, want to tell him, 'Get off my back.' But it all pays off during the week.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jordan Bartel, b | September 9, 2011
So this hilarious video trailer came out back in May, but since it's finally "time to face paint Joel Edgerton!" for real, we're featuring it again. Here's the trailer for "Warrior," out Friday, featuring narration by Randall of "Honey badger don't care" fame. Enjoy!
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | August 10, 2011
If you weren't watching MSNBC Tuesday night, you missed not only a great night of American politics, but also a glimpse of some of the forces that will shape the big war of 2012 that's heating up. First of all, thanks and much praise to MSNBC for putting so many resources into covering the effort by Wisconsin Democrats to take back the state senate through a recall vote of six Republican senators. The effort was a long shot given that one of the districts in which the recall took place had been GOP for over a 100 years.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2011
Fallston couldn't find any kind of offensive rhythm in the third quarter Tuesday. The Cougars had problems moving the ball, didn't take good shots and watched Glenelg erase a four-goal first-half deficit. But No. 8 Fallston fared much better in the fourth quarter. Brian White got the eventual tie-breaking goal, and Marc Badger followed with two key insurance scores as the Cougars posted five in that final period en route to an 11-8 victory over No. 10 Glenelg at the Fallston Recreation Complex.
SPORTS
By Chris Dufresne, Tribune newspapers | November 29, 2010
There's a new No.1 in this week's Bowl Championship Series standings, but that means far less than Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 9. Auburn slipped past Oregon in Sunday's next-to-last standings release, a meaningless flip-flop involving two teams destined to meet in the Jan. 10 BCS title game if they win out. Auburn is first in the standings this week with a BCS average of .9779, followed by Oregon at .9777. Translation: Big deal. With one week left, the order of 1-2 doesn't matter as the top two teams in next week's final standings will move on to the championship.
SPORTS
By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | October 17, 2010
Ohio State is one and done as No. 1. John Clay ran for 104 yards and two touchdowns and James White darted in for the clinching score in the fourth quarter as No. 18 Wisconsin took down top-ranked Ohio State 31-18 Saturday night. For the second week in a row, there will be a new No. 1 in college football, with the Buckeyes (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten) falling the way Alabama was beaten last week — on the road and in conference. Wisconsin hadn't beaten a No. 1 since 1981, when the Badgers knocked off Michigan 21-14.
FEATURES
June 9, 1995
Sylvia Badger is on vacation. Her column returns next week.The lazy days of summer are just around the corner. But for some party planners, summer means picnics and crab feasts. If your organization is planning a fund-raising picnic, an awards dinner or some other benefit during July, August and September, we'd like to know.Please send an announcement with a contact name and phone number to Sylvia Badger, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278 or fax her at (410) 783-2519. Deadline is June 20.
NEWS
By Anne Liersch | April 12, 2000
* Editor's note: A bossy badger learns that compromise and cooperation are important tools when it comes to building lasting friendships. It was a beautiful autumn day. Fox warmed herself in the last rays of the sun. The hares scampered here and there. Wild Boar munched on acorns and chestnuts, and Deer nibbled on the last juicy grass in the glen. Only Hedgehog snuffled restlessly through the leaves. "It will be winter soon," she said. "How do you propose we keep ourselves warm when the snow flies?"
SPORTS
By Tribune Newspapers | October 3, 2010
Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram ran for two touchdowns, leading No. 1 Alabama to a 31-7 home win over No. 7 Florida on Saturday. Greg McElroy completed 11 of 17 passes for 84 yards and wide receiver Marquis Maze threw a touchdown pass for the Crimson Tide (5-0, 2-0 Southeastern Conference), who have reeled off 29 consecutive regular-season victories. Florida had won 24 consecutive regular-season games, with its last such loss coming against Ole Miss on Sept. 27, 2008. No. 2 Ohio State 24, Illinois 13: Terrelle Pryor threw two touchdown passes and rushed for 104 yards, helping the visiting Buckeyes (5-0, 1-0 Big Ten Conference)
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly | February 21, 2010
Sylvia Badger, a former Baltimore Sun columnist who followed the party and people circuit for two decades, died of cancer Monday at the Avow Hospice in Naples, Fla. She was 72 and had homes in Centreville and Florida. "She knew everybody," said Baltimore advertising executive Bob Leffler. "She also knew how to handle information and was never mean-spirited." Born Sylvia Hayes in Spartanburg, S.C., she attended local schools. She married a Baltimorean, A. Gordon Boone Jr., an attorney who became a Baltimore County judge, but was then serving in the Air Force at Fort Fisher.
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