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March 13, 2003
On March 8, 2003, GRACE L., beloved wife of Thomas Pringle; devoted mother of Anita Major. Also survived by godson, Wayne Wright; son-in-law, Donald Major; nieces; other relatives; and friends. Friends may call at the CHATMAN-HARRIS FUNERAL HOME, 5240 Reisterstown Road, on Friday after 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends at Isiaih Baptist Church, 1931 Monkton Road, Monkton, MD, Saturday, 10 A.M. Funeral services will begin, 10:30 A.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
[Update: Megan Pringle's first day at WBAL was June 16.] Megan Pringle is leaving a job as director of news and multimedia at Maroon PR to become part of the WBAL-TV morning team, the station announced today. Pringle had been a morning anchor at WMAR-TV until being hired by Maroon in November. "This is an interesting time in morning news in Baltimore, and we wanted to add her to our team," WBAL President Dan Joerres said. "Megan brings a lot of experience to the job. She understands the importance of morning news.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Mike Pringle's strained groin muscle figures to make reserve running back Robert Drummond a very busy man tomorrow.Baltimore coach Don Matthews has downgraded Pringle's availability from questionable to doubtful for the Canadian Football League playoff game against the Toronto Argonauts at Memorial Stadium.Pringle, who started the last 17 games for the 12-6 CFLs -- breaking the league rushing record in the process -- pulled himself out of drills as a precautionary measure yesterday when he felt a twinge in his groin muscle.
NEWS
April 9, 2011
Pringles — the little crisps that could — were sold this week by Procter & Gamble to Diamond Foods for a whopping $2.35 billion. Talk about a success story. When Pringles arrived on the snacking scene some 50 years ago, they were scorned. Pringles aspired to be called potato chips, but they did not have the right stuff to garner that title. Instead, because of their makeup — 42 per cent potato content — they had to settle for the lesser label "potato crisps. " In their early years, these crisps, made of dehydrated potato flakes that have been rolled and fried, tasted like cardboard.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1995
REGINA, Saskatchewan -- Mike Pringle, who topped the Canadian Football League in rushing for the second straight year and led the Baltimore Stallions to the Southern Division title and a 15-3 regular-season record, was named the CFL's Most Outstanding Player last night.Pringle ended Calgary Stampeders quarterback Doug Flutie's four-year reign as the league's top player, and became the first player from an American-based team to win. Pringle defeated Calgary slotback Dave Sapunjis by a vote of 31-10.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | August 19, 1995
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Mike Pringle is no longer the Canadian Football League's superstar surprise. He is no longer the stranger who came to Baltimore a year ago as a last-minute trade addition and broke the league's rushing record while leading his team into the Grey Cup game in its inaugural season.All of which is fine with Pringle. Fully aware that the CFL defenses build their game plans around ways to stop him, Pringle relishes the thought of running over tacklers that much more."This game is a physical sport, and I don't see any other way to play this game, other than intense and at full speed," Pringle said.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
Shar Pourdanesh, the Baltimore CFLs' vociferous left tackle, leaves no doubt.Mike Pringle, he said, is going to lead the Canadian Football League in rushing this season."
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht | September 9, 1995
Stallions running back Mike Pringle, coming off a season-high 201 yards rushing and career-high four touchdowns last week, will miss tonight's game against Birmingham with a tender left hamstring that has bothered him all week.Robert Drummond will start in Pringle's place."After the first set of plays [at yesterday's practice], I decided it would be best if I took myself out," said Pringle, who practiced for the first time this week on Thursday. "I don't even like to miss practice, but I have to be smart about this.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | August 27, 1995
The first time Mike Pringle touched the ball yesterday, he returned the opening kickoff 67 yards to set up the Stallions' initial scoring drive.It was going to be that kind of day for Pringle -- and the Stallions.He rushed for a season-high 166 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries and finished with 281 all-purpose yards in the Stallions' 41-14 rout of the Toronto Argonauts.Not coincidentally, the Stallions -- who are 11-1 when Pringle rushes for 100 or more yards -- had their best offensive output since a 43-7 victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on July 22.The Stallions averaged 16.3 points in their previous four contests.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht | November 2, 1995
Mike Pringle, Mike Withycombe and Chris Wright, who played crucial roles in Baltimore's 15-3 regular season, each was named a Most Outstanding Award winner in the Canadian Football League's Southern Division yesterday.Pringle, the CFL's leading rusher for the second straight season, was voted the South's Most Outstanding Player after finishing with 1,791 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns.Withycombe, a 30-year-old CFL rookie left guard, was voted the division's best offensive lineman. Withycombe's versatility figured heavily in the voting.
NEWS
February 7, 2008
On February 5, 2008, THOMAS JURGENSON; beloved husband of Judith L. Jurgenson; dear step-father of Heidi, Jeffrey and Sean Pringle; loving brother of Renata Barron. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, at 2 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church. Donations in his memory may be made to the Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center.
NEWS
November 28, 2006
On November 24, 2006, JAMES E. PRINGLE; survived by devoted wife Sarah Pringle; three children; and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held Tuesday, Nov. 28, from 5-8 PM at the family owned and operated WILLIAM C. BROWN COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME P.A., 321 S. Philadelphia Blvd., in Aberdeen, MD. Family will receive friends Weds., Nov. 29 at 6:30 PM, with funeral services to follow at 7 PM at the Galilee Baptist Church, 2440 North Point Rd. Interment Thursday, 11 AM at Dulaney Valley Cemetery.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | November 1, 2006
Derek Session Jr. barely knew the man after whom he is named. "I lost my father when I was a year and a couple of months old. He was shot at a Harford Road carry-out that was being robbed," Session, 17, said. "The man asked for his money and he told the man, `No.' So the man shot him." Session has often heard the story from his grandmother, Tina Session, who "wanted me to know my father didn't just walk out of my life," said Session, a Dunbar senior. "She says he was a man of principle, and if he was around, he'd be proud of the man I've become."
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By GREGORY KANE | October 27, 2004
YOU COULD almost reach out and touch Bobby Pringle's pain. There he stood, in the middle of a room at the Maryland House of Correction in Jessup, as 15 pairs of eyes stared intently at him. Pringle, his voice quivering a little as it rose, told the 10 boys and five girls about the three days when things go from merely depressing to very depressing for him in prison. "One is Christmas," Pringle told the group. "The other is Aug. 29. That's the day I committed murder." Pringle had begun his story by telling the youngsters - who had come to the prison as part of its IMPACT (Inmates Making a Positive Attempt to Collectively educate Teens)
NEWS
By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | November 4, 2003
WASHINGTON - A routine traffic stop in Reisterstown four years ago that netted Baltimore County police a small amount of crack cocaine was argued before the Supreme Court yesterday in a constitutional case that could expand police powers. The justices' decision, expected later this term, has the potential to elevate a traffic stop into important precedent, giving broader definition to the constitutional requirement of probable cause before police can make an arrest. Baltimore County police Officer Jeffrey Snyder pulled over the car for speeding on Aug. 7, 1999.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Pakenham | January 5, 2003
I lament that I can't recall precisely when I lost faith in Santa Claus. I remember, however, my certainty that the Easter Bunny was alive, well and working hard: My sister and I spent long Easter mornings discovering eggs he had intricately decorated and hidden under shrubs, in crooks of trees, in other mysterious venues. I have respect and affection for living mythic experiences. I have an even greater affection for people with the energy and imagination and ludic genius to enrich the lives of others -- child and otherwise -- with joys of belief.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | September 3, 1995
HAMILTON, Ontario -- The Baltimore Stallions, behind running back Mike Pringle's first 200-yard rushing effort of the season, won their third straight game and put a decisive end to Hamilton's four-game winning streak with a 41-14 victory before a season-high 23,120 at Ivor Wynne Stadium last night.Baltimore's dominant defense helped set the tone once again. The Stallions only allowed Hamilton to cross midfield once in the first half, while permitting the Tiger-Cats only 10 rushing yards and six first downs, as Baltimore opened up a 31-7 halftime lead.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Gary Vikan and By Gary Vikan,Special to the Sun | June 3, 2001
"The Mummy Congress: Science, Obsession, and the Everlasting Dead," by Heather Pringle. Theia. 368 pages. $23.95. This gruesomely compelling book, written by a science journalist and frequent contributor to Discover magazine, is devoted to an eccentric group of about 200 scientists who convene every three years in some exotic spot naturally conducive to mummification -- most recently, in the little Chilean town of Aria, bordering the driest place on...
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