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December 24, 2000
The Westminster Municipal Band elected officers for next year at a recent meeting and rehearsal. Awards for this season were presented at the band's Christmas party. New officers are: Greg Wantz, president; Scott Flohr, vice president; Mike Buffington, secretary; George West, assistant secretary; Delbert Myerly, treasurer; William Myers, assistant treasurer; Sandy Miller, director; Ted Dix, assistant director; Steve Wantz, drum major; Dave Miller, assistant drum major; Bob Valette, librarian; and Bette Shepherd, assistant librarian.
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July 25, 2013
The 2013 9U Hickory Hornets were recently crowned Maryland State Champions in the Babe Ruth League's Cal Ripken Division. The Hornets won the title in Frederick and will represent Maryland in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament in New Jersey. Play begins Aug. 2. Pictured, bottom row from left, are Ryan Miller, Luke Frezza, Jacob Stolte, Carter Goscinski and Keegan Bowling; and second row from left, Parker McIlhenney, Nick Kopczynski, Patrick Shrodes,...
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July 25, 2013
The 2013 9U Hickory Hornets were recently crowned Maryland State Champions in the Babe Ruth League's Cal Ripken Division. The Hornets won the title in Frederick and will represent Maryland in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament in New Jersey. Play begins Aug. 2. Pictured, bottom row from left, are Ryan Miller, Luke Frezza, Jacob Stolte, Carter Goscinski and Keegan Bowling; and second row from left, Parker McIlhenney, Nick Kopczynski, Patrick Shrodes,...
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By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 25, 2003
OCEAN CITY - Dave Miller is the kind of guy who could decide whether President Bush wins re-election next year. A moderate Republican from the swing state of Pennsylvania who voted for Bush in 2000, Miller says his confidence in Bush's leadership has begun to slip. Reclining on a bench along the Ocean City Boardwalk, Miller, a 35-year-old employee of a flooring company, says he wonders why the president had spoken so urgently about Saddam Hussein's dangerous weapons - when no such weapons have been found in Iraq.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,Contributing Writer | March 11, 1994
Imagine having to pretend you don't speak English, while around you people are plotting and believing you are none the wiser.This is the premise of the Carroll Players dinner theater production of "The Foreigner," a play by Larry Shue, at Frock's Sunnybrook Farm. The troupe has chosen a play that mixes humor with an important social message.In the show, two British soldiers, "Froggy" LeSuer, played by Dave Miller, and Charlie Baker, played by Tom Templeton, take a trip to Betty Meek's Fishing Lodge Resort in Tilgman County, Ga. Froggy is there to teach American soldiers about explosives.
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By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2001
Many days, the fish aren't biting, but the weather sure is. Temperatures dip below freezing. Each breath forms a frosty cloud. Even the poor minnows -- destined to be bait -- slosh in buckets of icy water. None of this deters the fishermen, who show up on even the coldest mornings at the Dulaney Valley Road bridge over Loch Raven Reservoir in Timonium to go against the crafty crappie, a type of sunfish. They share techniques, fish stories and camaraderie. "We've become friends," says James Cooper, 57, of Edgewood.
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By James H. Jackson | March 17, 1991
Vincennes College from Indiana won the men's title and Erie Community College from Buffalo, N.Y., won the women's crown in the National Junior College Athletic Association bowling championships held last weekend at Brunswick Crown Lanes in Middle River.Vincennes finished with 14,267 pins, and Erie had 13,362."It was a great tournament," said Carl Cuneo, coach of Essex Community College, which was host for the championships. "The overall scoring was down somewhat, despite a 300 game by Rob Causer of Erie's men's team.
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By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 25, 2003
OCEAN CITY - Dave Miller is the kind of guy who could decide whether President Bush wins re-election next year. A moderate Republican from the swing state of Pennsylvania who voted for Bush in 2000, Miller says his confidence in Bush's leadership has begun to slip. Reclining on a bench along the Ocean City Boardwalk, Miller, a 35-year-old employee of a flooring company, says he wonders why the president had spoken so urgently about Saddam Hussein's dangerous weapons - when no such weapons have been found in Iraq.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 10, 1993
The general feeling in Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference wrestling this season, as in most, is that there's 18-time champion Mount St. Joseph -- then there's the rest.The top-ranked Gaels, who opened the season two weeks ago by crushing the 17-team field in the Maryland Catholic Invitational at Curley, take aim at tomorrow's Annapolis Tournament.Coach Paul Triplett, ending a recent discussion of his team with, "relatively speaking, we're pretty young," is doing his best to maintain a low profile -- if that's still possible.
NEWS
February 12, 2001
Morrissey is promoted at Howard County General Joseph Morrissey, director of pharmaceutical services at Howard County General Hospital, has been appointed director of materials management. He will continue to oversee daily operations of the pharmacy as director of pharmaceutical services. The materials management department, which is responsible for purchasing, receiving, general stores linen supplies and mail service, has 17 full-time employees. Miller a vice president at Harkins Builders Dave Miller has been promoted to vice president of construction at Harkins Builders of Marriottsville.
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By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2001
Many days, the fish aren't biting, but the weather sure is. Temperatures dip below freezing. Each breath forms a frosty cloud. Even the poor minnows -- destined to be bait -- slosh in buckets of icy water. None of this deters the fishermen, who show up on even the coldest mornings at the Dulaney Valley Road bridge over Loch Raven Reservoir in Timonium to go against the crafty crappie, a type of sunfish. They share techniques, fish stories and camaraderie. "We've become friends," says James Cooper, 57, of Edgewood.
NEWS
December 24, 2000
The Westminster Municipal Band elected officers for next year at a recent meeting and rehearsal. Awards for this season were presented at the band's Christmas party. New officers are: Greg Wantz, president; Scott Flohr, vice president; Mike Buffington, secretary; George West, assistant secretary; Delbert Myerly, treasurer; William Myers, assistant treasurer; Sandy Miller, director; Ted Dix, assistant director; Steve Wantz, drum major; Dave Miller, assistant drum major; Bob Valette, librarian; and Bette Shepherd, assistant librarian.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,Contributing Writer | March 11, 1994
Imagine having to pretend you don't speak English, while around you people are plotting and believing you are none the wiser.This is the premise of the Carroll Players dinner theater production of "The Foreigner," a play by Larry Shue, at Frock's Sunnybrook Farm. The troupe has chosen a play that mixes humor with an important social message.In the show, two British soldiers, "Froggy" LeSuer, played by Dave Miller, and Charlie Baker, played by Tom Templeton, take a trip to Betty Meek's Fishing Lodge Resort in Tilgman County, Ga. Froggy is there to teach American soldiers about explosives.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 10, 1993
The general feeling in Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference wrestling this season, as in most, is that there's 18-time champion Mount St. Joseph -- then there's the rest.The top-ranked Gaels, who opened the season two weeks ago by crushing the 17-team field in the Maryland Catholic Invitational at Curley, take aim at tomorrow's Annapolis Tournament.Coach Paul Triplett, ending a recent discussion of his team with, "relatively speaking, we're pretty young," is doing his best to maintain a low profile -- if that's still possible.
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By James H. Jackson | March 17, 1991
Vincennes College from Indiana won the men's title and Erie Community College from Buffalo, N.Y., won the women's crown in the National Junior College Athletic Association bowling championships held last weekend at Brunswick Crown Lanes in Middle River.Vincennes finished with 14,267 pins, and Erie had 13,362."It was a great tournament," said Carl Cuneo, coach of Essex Community College, which was host for the championships. "The overall scoring was down somewhat, despite a 300 game by Rob Causer of Erie's men's team.
NEWS
March 3, 2006
On Wednesday, March 1, 2006, LESLIE C. MILLER, beloved husband of Shirley L. Miller (nee Laskey), beloved father of Dave Miller of Reisterstown, MD., Susan and Chuck Garbett of Towson, MD., Bob and Jan Pollock of Laurel, MD., beloved brother of Shirley Polakoff, Irvin Miller, Gordon Miller all of Baltimore, MD. and the late Irene Soble. Adored grandfather of Craig Friedman, Scott Friedman, Chad Miller, Drew Miller, Ryan and Annie Pollock and Jennifer Pollock. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews.
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Baltimore Sun staff | November 18, 2011
Former Maryland coach Gary Williams will serve as a men's college basketball analyst this season for the Big Ten Network. Williams, who will work primarily as a studio analyst, was Ohio State's coach from 1986-89. He left Columbus for College Park and embarked on a 22-year career as his alma mater's coach. In addition to Williams, Big Ten Network also announced the hires of former Illinois star Eddie Johnson, former Providence coach Keno Davis, veteran broadcaster Dan Bonner and long-time college basketball coach Dave Miller to its roster.
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