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By Doreen Cronin | May 31, 2000
Editor's note: Farmer Brown's farm animals mount a strike to demand better living conditions. Farmer Brown has a problem. His cows like to type. All day long he hears Click, clack, moo. Click, clack, moo. Clickety, clack, moo. At first he couldn't believe his ears. Cows that type? Impossible! Click, clack, moo. Click, clack, moo. Clickety, clack, moo. Then he couldn't believe his eyes. Dear Farmer Brown, The barn is very cold at night. We'd like some electric blankets. Sincerely, The Cows It was bad enough the cows had found the old typewriter in the barn, now they wanted electric blankets!
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From Sun staff reports | May 4, 2013
Ali Moos has thrown back-to-back shutouts for the No. 10 Glen Burnie softball team. On Thursday, she threw a four-hitter, and on Friday, she no-hit host North County in a 5-0 victory. The Gophers (11-5) beat Chesapeake-AA, 4-0, on Thursday. On Friday, Moos, who threw 119pitches, struck out 13 but walked two. She went 1-for-3 with two runs scored and a double, one of three extra-base hits by Glen Burnie. The Knights dropped to 4-10. No. 9 C. Milton Wright 9, Catonsville 0: Kyralee Comeaux struck out eight in her first varsity win, a one-hit shutout, as the host Mustangs (15-4)
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By Jessie Parker and Jessie Parker,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2004
Milky, Dairy, Spots and Blackie are bringing the sound of "Moo Wop" to the Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair this week, serenading the crowd with nostalgia while promoting the benefits of dairy. Four young men in jeans, jean jackets with a logo on the back, black gloves and cow masks make up the a cappella group the Moo Beams. About 50 people watched the performance yesterday, as the singers entertained the crowd of mostly children with attitudes reminiscent of diner-hopping young men of the 1950s.
ENTERTAINMENT
By NICHOLAS TESTA | March 6, 2008
Launched into fame with the Monkees, Davy Jones is known for his voice on such classics as "Daydream Believer." His recent releases include "Your Personal Penguin" and "Blue Moo," the accompanying songs to Sandra Boynton's books. He performs at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St., Annapolis. Tickets are $55. Call 410-268-4545 or go to ramsheadtavern.com.
NEWS
March 24, 2006
On Tuesday, March 21, MILDRED ALICE SIEGEL, age 90, and independent, beloved sister Dr. Rivalee J. Gitomer and the late Anne and Esther Siegel; devoted sister-in-law of the late Norman Gitomer; beloved daughter of the late Bessie and Louis Siegel; adored Aunt Moo of Helaine and Louis Gitomer, Dr. Berenice and Dr. William Gitomer, Charles Gitomer and Dr. Shirley Fox; great Aunt Moo to Melanie and Dr. Lorne Yasbin, Lori and Alexander Gitomer, Sara, Allison,...
ENTERTAINMENT
By NICHOLAS TESTA | March 6, 2008
Launched into fame with the Monkees, Davy Jones is known for his voice on such classics as "Daydream Believer." His recent releases include "Your Personal Penguin" and "Blue Moo," the accompanying songs to Sandra Boynton's books. He performs at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St., Annapolis. Tickets are $55. Call 410-268-4545 or go to ramsheadtavern.com.
SPORTS
By Ray Schaefer and Ray Schaefer,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 2000
CINCINNATI -- New game. Same old result. The BayRunners lost their 12th straight last night, 119-95, to the Cincinnati Stuff at Firstar Center. Cincinnati's magic number for clinching the International Basketball League's East title is now at five, and the Stuff claimed its seventh win over Baltimore in eight games. And the BayRunners? More misery -- winless in March, a 13-35 overall overall and a 2-20 mark on the road. Still, coach Terry Truax doesn't think his players have given up. "It looks like there's no incentive," he said.
NEWS
August 1, 2004
The Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair continues through Friday at the Carroll County Agriculture Center on Smith Avenue in Westminster. Here is the schedule of activities for each day, but fair-goers should be aware that programs can change without notice. Today: Talent Search and Parade Day Livestock, Poultry and Rabbits arrive at fairgrounds. 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.: Indoor Exhibit Building open. 9 a.m.: Dog Show. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.: WQSR live broadcast. 10 a.m.: Mule Pull in the Horse Ring; Alpaca Show in the Shipley Arena.
NEWS
By Gelareh Asayesh | December 17, 1990
The son gave his father a gun a few weeks ago, after someone broke into the family grocery store.The father, waking up Saturday to what he thought was a second break-in, fired it nine times.One shot caught the son in the chest and killed him. Moo Yul Sung was 27.Two police officers heard the shots. They were standing in front of Johnston's Grocery store at the corner of Greenmount Avenue and East Preston Street, waiting for Moo Yul Sung to go in and turn off the burglar alarm that had brought them there.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Staff Writer | April 18, 1993
MOVE OVER BUTTER Moo-offThe great Carnegie Hall Moo-OffJust imagine: The stage at New York's famed Carnegie Hall on Wednesday night. The house lights go down, and the five contestants take their places. One by one they demonstrate their consummate skills. It's bound to be a MOOOOOO-ving experience."People wait 10 and 20 years to make their Carnegie Hall debuts," says Ed Burman, of Fallston, champion of the Southeast region in Fleischmann's Move Over Butter Moo-Off. "I'm going to make mine at the Moo-Off.
BUSINESS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun reporter | February 16, 2007
Columbia's MaggieMoo's International, the ice cream chain with flavors ranging from eggnog to Red Bull sorbet, is being acquired by the New York company that emerged from the remains of former Maryland technology star Aether Systems. NexCen Brands Inc. is paying about $16.1 million in cash and stock for MaggieMoo's, and also announced a $21 million deal yesterday for the assets of MaggieMoo competitor Marble Slab Creamery of Houston. It is NexCen's first foray into food. The company recently acquired Athlete's Foot and clothing designer Bill Blass Holding Co. The MaggieMoo and Marble Slab acquisitions move the business into a power position within the gourmet ice cream world.
NEWS
By Tom Pelton and Tom Pelton,Sun reporter | November 14, 2006
BRIDPORT, Vt.-- --Holsteins on the Blue Spruce Farm step gingerly around a mechanical shovel that scoops their waste and shoots it into a "cow-powered" electric generator. Besides pumping out 8,000 gallons of milk a day, these 2,000 dairy cows also light up 400 homes. The fuel is methane gas that bubbles from manure treated with bovine bacteria in heated underground tanks. Environmentally conscious utility customers in the Green Mountain State can pay an extra $20 a month to get their electricity from such manure-fueled generators.
BUSINESS
By MEREDITH COHN and MEREDITH COHN,SUN REPORTER | June 23, 2006
Actually, some folks do like the cattle call. When Southwest Airlines' chief executive wrote this week on the company blog that it soon plans to test assigned seating on several flights from San Diego, it got a surprising rush of responses that were mostly in favor of keeping the signature first-come, first-served system. The nation's sixth-largest airline has long depended on the system to speed the boarding process that allows it to fly more planes and make more money. But executives also have maintained that a few people actually like it, which has drawn smirks from aviation experts and passengers who have likened it to a junior high school bus line or feeding time on the farm.
TRAVEL
By STEPHEN G. HENDERSON and STEPHEN G. HENDERSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 16, 2006
MOO! MOO! MOO -- OOO -- OOO!" The cow's plaintive cry kept getting louder and louder. I began to wonder whether there was a problem, but then my guide flipped open his phone and said, "Oui?"
NEWS
March 24, 2006
On Tuesday, March 21, MILDRED ALICE SIEGEL, age 90, and independent, beloved sister Dr. Rivalee J. Gitomer and the late Anne and Esther Siegel; devoted sister-in-law of the late Norman Gitomer; beloved daughter of the late Bessie and Louis Siegel; adored Aunt Moo of Helaine and Louis Gitomer, Dr. Berenice and Dr. William Gitomer, Charles Gitomer and Dr. Shirley Fox; great Aunt Moo to Melanie and Dr. Lorne Yasbin, Lori and Alexander Gitomer, Sara, Allison,...
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 31, 2005
Conor Perkins was having the time of his life. After two years of rejection, Conor, 12, had been chosen to judge the Suewee pig races at the 18th annual Harford County Farm Fair. He joined thousands of people who turned out for Thursday's opening festivities. Attendance was high, and lines were backing up shortly after the gates opened. Parking lots were filled, and shuttle buses were running constantly to designated locations. Vendors and craftsmen showed their wares. Livestock was being cleaned and groomed in barns and taken outside to dry in the warm sun. People filed through the tents and gathered to watch the shows and events.
TRAVEL
By STEPHEN G. HENDERSON and STEPHEN G. HENDERSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 16, 2006
MOO! MOO! MOO -- OOO -- OOO!" The cow's plaintive cry kept getting louder and louder. I began to wonder whether there was a problem, but then my guide flipped open his phone and said, "Oui?"
NEWS
By C. Fraser Smith and C. Fraser Smith,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1994
Annie Davis' friends miss her smile and her words of encouragement.Most of all, though, they miss her laugh and her independent spirit.If some grown-up order seemed foolish, Annie might say, "Moo." For some reason, she had a girlish thing about cows -- but the word "moo" was also a polite form of protest.Classmates giggled, and adults were indulgent. No one worked harder than Annie, had more promise or more respect.And then she was gone.Anne Kristen Davis, barely 12, died Oct. 30 of injuries suffered the day before in an automobile accident.
NEWS
By Jessie Parker and Jessie Parker,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2004
Milky, Dairy, Spots and Blackie are bringing the sound of "Moo Wop" to the Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair this week, serenading the crowd with nostalgia while promoting the benefits of dairy. Four young men in jeans, jean jackets with a logo on the back, black gloves and cow masks make up the a cappella group the Moo Beams. About 50 people watched the performance yesterday, as the singers entertained the crowd of mostly children with attitudes reminiscent of diner-hopping young men of the 1950s.
NEWS
August 1, 2004
The Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair continues through Friday at the Carroll County Agriculture Center on Smith Avenue in Westminster. Here is the schedule of activities for each day, but fair-goers should be aware that programs can change without notice. Today: Talent Search and Parade Day Livestock, Poultry and Rabbits arrive at fairgrounds. 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.: Indoor Exhibit Building open. 9 a.m.: Dog Show. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.: WQSR live broadcast. 10 a.m.: Mule Pull in the Horse Ring; Alpaca Show in the Shipley Arena.
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