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By Joe Gergen and Joe Gergen,Los Angeles Times News Service | October 7, 1992
ATLANTA -- Among the categories in which the Atlanta Braves held a decided edge over the Pittsburgh Pirates at the outset of the National League Championship Series was the speed ratings. But much of that advantage was predicated on Atlanta's --ing pair of center fielders, Otis Nixon and Deion Sanders. Sid Bream's legs weren't a major concern to Pittsburgh scouts.With good reason, it should be noted. The man underwent a fourth operation on his right knee during the 1991 season. Nor has the left knee remained unscathed during his professional career, although it has been cut only once.
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August 2, 2010
If you have a sensitive conscience and palate, eating fish can be tricky. The stocks of large, wild, ocean fish are diminishing. Problems in the environment affect the catch. The recent BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico occurred in the spawning grounds of giant bluefin tuna. Farm-raised fish have had their issues, both with the questionable tactic of feeding them wild fish and with the waste created when a great number of fish are raised in a contained space. Finally, there is the question of what happens when fish hits the dinner plate.
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SPORTS
By Charles Chandler and Charles Chandler,Knight-Ridder News Service | September 16, 1991
ATLANTA -- So far gone were the Los Angeles Dodgers' chances of beating the Atlanta Braves 90 minutes into yesterday's game that Darryl Strawberry and Brett Butler spent the final three innings in the dugout, resting for the remainder of the pennant race.Their manager, Tom Lasorda, had conceded.A banner above left field read, "L.A. has fallen and it can't get up."The last of a three-game series between the teams chasing the National League West championship had effectively ended when Sid Bream hit a grand slam over Strawberry's head in the top of the first, giving Atlanta a 5-0 lead.
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April 11, 2005
On April 9, 2005, GEORGE W. WHITE JR., of Westminster, beloved husband of the late Hilda Jean Stonesifer White, devoted father of Sherri-Le White Bream and George W. "Gus" White, III, father-in-law of Robert A. Bream and Lois S. White, grandfather of Lindsay Jean Bream and Stephanie Lynn White, brother of Kathleen Schleicher, Norma Madden and the late Donald White, step-brother of Joan Bixler and husband Ted, brother-in-law of Tom Madden and Audrey White....
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2000
The students and staff of Westminster High School consider their principal banner-worthy. Every time one of the school's sports teams wins a state championship, a bedsheet painted with congratulations finds its way to the front windows of the high school. This week, a banner hangs for Sherri-Le W. Bream, who has been named Maryland's Year 2000 Principal of the Year, a distinction her school apparently considers the administrative state championship. "People have just gone crazy around here," said Bream, whose office is filled with so many flower arrangements, fruit baskets, cards and cookie trays that it looks more like a gift shop than a school administrator's office.
NEWS
May 5, 2004
On May 4, 2004, LEROY WILLIAM FEE; beloved husband of the late Eunice Fee; devoted father of Evelyn Decker, James M. Gregory, Judy L. Haddix, Carolyn M. Black and Barbara Bream; adored grandfather of Scott A. Fee, Justin R. Haddix, Amanda L. Bream, Joshua W. Long, Larry Decker, Jr., Danielle Decker, Stephanie Decker, Alan R. Haddix, Anthony M. Bream and Michael J. Gregory and great-grandfather of one. Predeceased by two sisters. Friends may call at the Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore on Thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where Funeral Services will be held on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
SPORTS
December 9, 1996
Navy at GettysburgSite: Bream Gymnasium, Gettysburg, Pa.Time: 7: 30 p.m.Radio: WITH (1230 AM)Outlook: Navy's four-game win streak ended Saturday, when the Mids were upset by Wofford, 89-65, to fall to 5-2. Gettysburg edged Muhlenberg, 55-49, on Saturday.Pub Date: 12/09/96
FEATURES
By Lou Cedrone | December 11, 1991
For a while, ''Pastime'' moves like a TV movie in search of commercials, then almost surprisingly takes a turn for the better, thanks to some excellent performances and a script that does novel things with a familiar plot.William Russ plays Roy Dean Bream, a 41-year-old baseball player. He has served some time as a pitcher with the majors, but now he's a reliever with a D team whose younger members treat him as a has-been.Bream doesn't seem to notice. A truly gentle soul, he is also rather naive, a rube, really, but we should all know rubes like this.
NEWS
By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2000
Sherri-Le W. Bream sweeps through a crowd of 1,200 rowdy teen-agers in Westminster High School's auditorium, zeroing in on those students sporting ball caps, reminding them to respectfully remove them. "It's just poor etiquette," Bream says, seemingly incredulous that the reason is not obvious. "I wouldn't have them wear them at all in the building except that it's been done for so long. I tell them that this is my classroom and they'll take their hats off in my classroom." Students and colleagues say that's classic Bream, the dedicated and tireless Westminster High graduate-turned-principal who recently was named Maryland's Principal of the Year.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Jackie Powder and Mike Farabaugh and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | February 18, 1999
About 200 Westminster High School students briefly refused to go to class yesterday, protesting a decision in which about 40 students were deemed ineligible to participate in extracurricular activities for 45 school days, officials said.The protesters, who balked at going to class after leaving their home rooms about 8 a.m., were peaceful and went to class within about five minutes, said Principal Sherri-Le Bream.The disciplinary action stemmed from a party held on Feb. 6 at a student's home in Westminster, according to authorities, who said alcohol was consumed at the party.
NEWS
May 5, 2004
On May 4, 2004, LEROY WILLIAM FEE; beloved husband of the late Eunice Fee; devoted father of Evelyn Decker, James M. Gregory, Judy L. Haddix, Carolyn M. Black and Barbara Bream; adored grandfather of Scott A. Fee, Justin R. Haddix, Amanda L. Bream, Joshua W. Long, Larry Decker, Jr., Danielle Decker, Stephanie Decker, Alan R. Haddix, Anthony M. Bream and Michael J. Gregory and great-grandfather of one. Predeceased by two sisters. Friends may call at the Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore on Thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where Funeral Services will be held on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
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By ROB KASPER | June 3, 2001
When word reached me that a new fish was in town, I hustled down to the harbor to meet it and eat it. I said "nice to meet you" and "bon appetit" to five different servings of gilthead sea bream, a fish with a Mediterranean heritage that grew up in an East Baltimore warehouse. A lunch honoring the fish was held last week at the Columbus Center in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. There, researchers at the Center of Marine Biotechnology were trumpeting the fact that they had successfully induced the sea bream, normally an ocean dweller, to reproduce in captivity.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2001
Carroll County Board of Education members, concerned about the implications of paying students to do what they called "the right thing" in tipping off administrators to illegal activity in school, asked the superintendent last week to assess a 7-week-old program at Westminster High School and recommend next month what should be done with it. Board members also agreed to an appeal by Westminster High Principal Sherri-Le W. Bream, who asked them to allow...
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2000
Sherri-Le W. Bream sweeps through a crowd of 1,200 rowdy teen-agers in Westminster High School's auditorium, zeroing in on those students sporting ball caps, reminding them to respectfully remove them. "It's just poor etiquette," Bream says, seemingly incredulous that the reason is not obvious. "I wouldn't have them wear them at all in the building except that it's been done for so long. I tell them that this is my classroom and they'll take their hats off in my classroom." Students and colleagues say that's classic Bream, the dedicated and tireless Westminster High graduate-turned-principal who recently was named Maryland's Principal of the Year.
NEWS
May 21, 2000
`Pathway to Heroin' is focus of forum at community college The Carroll County commissioners and Junction Inc. will hold Drug Summit 2000, "The Pathway to Heroin," from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Carroll Community College. Isabel Burk, chairwoman of the American School Health Association's council on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, will be the keynote speaker. Her topic will be "Inhalants, the Household High," focusing on the dangers of inhalant use with research on its link to heroin use. Burk's presentation is also expected to include a discussion of the abuse of over-the-counter drugs.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2000
The students and staff of Westminster High School consider their principal banner-worthy. Every time one of the school's sports teams wins a state championship, a bedsheet painted with congratulations finds its way to the front windows of the high school. This week, a banner hangs for Sherri-Le W. Bream, who has been named Maryland's Year 2000 Principal of the Year, a distinction her school apparently considers the administrative state championship. "People have just gone crazy around here," said Bream, whose office is filled with so many flower arrangements, fruit baskets, cards and cookie trays that it looks more like a gift shop than a school administrator's office.
NEWS
April 11, 2005
On April 9, 2005, GEORGE W. WHITE JR., of Westminster, beloved husband of the late Hilda Jean Stonesifer White, devoted father of Sherri-Le White Bream and George W. "Gus" White, III, father-in-law of Robert A. Bream and Lois S. White, grandfather of Lindsay Jean Bream and Stephanie Lynn White, brother of Kathleen Schleicher, Norma Madden and the late Donald White, step-brother of Joan Bixler and husband Ted, brother-in-law of Tom Madden and Audrey White....
SPORTS
By Bill Plaschke and Bill Plaschke,Los Angeles Times | October 15, 1992
ATLANTA -- A baseball game left the National League's two strongest teams in tears last night after a moment of both dreams and nightmares.The Atlanta Braves ended the night hugging and weeping and running around Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium like awestruck children.The Pittsburgh Pirates ended it sobbing into their lockers while wondering if they will ever be able to forget."They haven't invented a word to describe this," said Andy Van Slyke of the Pirates.The Braves would choose "miracle."
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Jackie Powder and Mike Farabaugh and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | February 18, 1999
About 200 Westminster High School students briefly refused to go to class yesterday, protesting a decision in which about 40 students were deemed ineligible to participate in extracurricular activities for 45 school days, officials said.The protesters, who balked at going to class after leaving their home rooms about 8 a.m., were peaceful and went to class within about five minutes, said Principal Sherri-Le Bream.The disciplinary action stemmed from a party held on Feb. 6 at a student's home in Westminster, according to authorities, who said alcohol was consumed at the party.
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