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October 30, 1998
An article about Republican National Committee television ads in Wednesday's editions of The Sun miscast remarks made by Mike Collins, the RNC's press secretary.Forty percent of the costs of such ads are paid for with money from donors "whose monies support state and local party-building activities," he said. He did not describe these donors as special interests.Pub Date: 10/30/98
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August 25, 2014
I've been an avid reader of The Sun, but if the paper wants to be a credible publication it has to be fair in its criticism of Baltimore County School Supt. Dallas Dance ( "Balto. Co. schools' song and dance," Aug. 19). I have two grandkids in the county schools, and they are excited to be there because of Mr. Dance, whom they know by name. Yet every time I pick up the paper, The Sun says he has critics, and they're always the same people: Jim Brochin, Mike Collins and Pat McDonough.
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By Scott Wilson and Scott Wilson,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1996
It should have been a morning mowing the lawn for Mike Collins, and a clear summer afternoon reigning as commissioner over the Finksburg Little League.Instead, the 37-year-old salesman spent the day wondering where the second floor of his brick colonial home landed after Friday afternoon's tornado. Part of it was on the roof of his Pathfinder. Part of it was in pieces covering his two lawn tractors. And a portion was probably in a neighbor's yard.The rest, including a bureau holding his clothes, he couldn't be certain.
NEWS
October 30, 1998
An article about Republican National Committee television ads in Wednesday's editions of The Sun miscast remarks made by Mike Collins, the RNC's press secretary.Forty percent of the costs of such ads are paid for with money from donors "whose monies support state and local party-building activities," he said. He did not describe these donors as special interests.Pub Date: 10/30/98
NEWS
August 25, 2014
I've been an avid reader of The Sun, but if the paper wants to be a credible publication it has to be fair in its criticism of Baltimore County School Supt. Dallas Dance ( "Balto. Co. schools' song and dance," Aug. 19). I have two grandkids in the county schools, and they are excited to be there because of Mr. Dance, whom they know by name. Yet every time I pick up the paper, The Sun says he has critics, and they're always the same people: Jim Brochin, Mike Collins and Pat McDonough.
SPORTS
By Brent Jones | July 31, 2002
Thumbs up: Ray Lewis continued his tradition of popping one of the backup running backs early in training camp, knocking Chester Taylor off his feet in the morning session. Lewis ran his mouth throughout the practice and the team seemed to respond. ... Jeff Blake also had a number of impressive throws, including a 45-yarder to Brandon Stokley. Thumbs down: Offensive lineman Mike Collins didn't put up much of a fight against defensive tackle Kelly Gregg during a mid-practice skirmish. Quotable: "Hopefully, around here it won't snow until December or January.
NEWS
December 14, 2003
State dairy group to meet Tuesday in Westminster The Maryland Dairy Industry Association will hold its 2003 meeting Tuesday at Carroll County Agriculture Center in Westminster. Topics will include economics and production of quality milk, herd health techniques and meeting new environmental requirements. Resource panels for workshops will include officials from Rutgers University, Maryland Department of Agriculture, Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic, McLanahan Corp., and area dairy producers.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley | August 28, 2002
The Ravens, who are carrying 66 players, need to trim their roster to 53 by Sunday. A look at how the roster is shaping up heading into the final preseason game (number in parentheses indicates how many players the team is expected to carry at that position): Offense Quarterback (2) In:Chris Redman, Jeff Blake. On the bubble:None. Long shot:Wes Pate. Tailback (3-4) In:Jamal Lewis, Chester Taylor, Tellis Redmon. On the bubble:Dameon Hunter. Long shot:None. Fullback (1-2) In:Alan Ricard.
SPORTS
August 30, 2004
Moves Baseball ANGELS: Activated 3B Troy Glaus from 60-day DL. Designated OF Barry Wesson for assignment. Placed OF Tim Salmon on 15-day DL, retroactive to Tuesday, with left shoulder inflammation. Assigned P Matt Hensley to Triple-A Salt Lake. Selected IF-OF Adam Riggs from Salt Lake. BLUE JAYS: Recalled P Bob File from Triple-A Syracuse. Designated P Dave Maurer for assignment. ROYALS: Recalled P Jimmy Gobble from Triple-A Omaha. Placed P Scott Sullivan on 15-day DL, retroactive to Thursday, with lower back strain.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 22, 2002
The combination of inside dominance and outside accuracy yesterday turned host Carroll Christian inside-out in the opening round of the Maryland Association of Christian Schools tournament. Calvary center Reggie Daum scored a game-high 30 points and the Knights hit 10 of 17 three-pointers, including the final six in a row, in handing the Westminster school a 79-76 loss. "We just couldn't stop them," Carroll Christian coach Roger Wood said. "We tried to double down on the big guy, then the other guys didn't miss.
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By Scott Wilson and Scott Wilson,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1996
It should have been a morning mowing the lawn for Mike Collins, and a clear summer afternoon reigning as commissioner over the Finksburg Little League.Instead, the 37-year-old salesman spent the day wondering where the second floor of his brick colonial home landed after Friday afternoon's tornado. Part of it was on the roof of his Pathfinder. Part of it was in pieces covering his two lawn tractors. And a portion was probably in a neighbor's yard.The rest, including a bureau holding his clothes, he couldn't be certain.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2001
The point Chesapeake wrestling coach Rex Miller was trying to get across seems to have found a home. Armed with a tenuous nine-point lead after eight bouts, the Cougars captured four of the final five weight classes to shock No. 14 Severna Park, 39-18, in a tri-meet in Edgewater last night. Pins from senior Mike Collins at 171 pounds and senior Anthony Stolar at 189 helped Chesapeake, which had earlier walloped host South River, 65-5, slam the door shut on any hopes of a Falcons comeback.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and JoAnna Daemmrich and William F. Zorzi Jr. and JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Jay Apperson contributed to this article | October 28, 1998
ClarificationAn article about Republican National Committee television ads in Wednesday's editions of The Sun miscast remarks made by Mike Collins, the RNC's press secretary.Forty percent of the costs of such ads are paid for with money from donors "whose monies support state and local party-building activities," he said. He did not describe these donors as special interests.Both Gov. Parris N. Glendening and Republican challenger Ellen R. Sauerbrey received boosts from their national parties yesterday, as the two began the final week of their race for governor.
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