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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 2, 1999
CHESTERTOWN -- The Salisbury State fans and players mobbed Josh Tidwell yesterday in the middle of Kibler Field, and who could blame them?The senior midfielder from Arundel High did the unthinkable in sudden-death overtime to third-ranked and defending NCAA Division III champion Washington College right in front of 2,000 people on the Shoremen's home turf.Tidwell virtually walked right in on freshman goalkeeper Ray Pagano and slammed the ball into the net to give the fourth-ranked Sea Gulls a 16-15 victory in another one of those classic Division III lacrosse duels on the Eastern Shore.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
For the past two seasons, senior Cody Tidwell has been one of St. Mary's top short-stick defensive midfielders. Now the South River graduate is adding faceoffs to his list of responsibilities. Tidwell won 13-of-23 draws and scooped up a game-high nine ground balls in the No. 14 Seahawks' 21-5 pasting of Drew on Saturday. He also posted a goal and an assist and will start when the team tangles with No. 8 Washington College (2-0) on Wednesday. “Cody Tidwell is a kid who was never the best, pure, technically proficient faceoff kid that we've had,” coach Chris Hasbrouck said Monday.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | November 11, 2005
Tyler Tidwell has always been into adventure, action and aggression. "We lived out in a rural area," said the native of Edmond, Okla. "I was always outside and stuff, riding horses and dirt bikes. I got my fair share of scrapes, stitches and trips to the emergency room. I drove my mother crazy." Nothing has changed about his attitude, nor is there any reason to believe it will. The Navy junior has a "motor that is running all the time" according to Keith Jones, who coaches Tidwell's position, outside linebacker.
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By GREGORY KANE | May 28, 2008
Air Force Staff Sgt. Wallace Tidwell was wise beyond his 40-plus years when I met him early on the morning of March 29, 1974. I had just arrived at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, with a group of other equally green recruits from around the country. Tidwell was our military training instructor, responsible for turning us from scraggly, clueless civilians into well-drilled, sharp military personnel. Tidwell made two things clear to us immediately: He told us we could make no excuses if we messed up, and then told us what excuses are. This being a family newspaper and what all, I can't print those remarks.
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By Kristina M. Schurr and Kristina M. Schurr,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 20, 1997
A man wearing a ski mask and brandishing a long-barreled gun robbed the Signet Bank branch in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway in Severna Park yesterday of an undisclosed amount of money, an FBI spokesman said.The man entered the bank about 11: 20 a.m., pulled out the gun and demanded money from the tellers, said Stephen Tidwell, the FBI spokesman. Tellers did not know whether the weapon was a sawed-off shotgun or rifle, he said.The man put the money in a backpack and waited several minutes at the front door of the bank before running away, Tidwell said.
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By From Staff Reports | March 17, 1995
Two East Baltimore women have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the shooting of a cabdriver during a robbery attempt Wednesday night in Northeast Baltimore.David W. Tidwell, 47, a driver for Overlea Cab Co., was shot at least once in the head with a .32-caliber handgun while in the 1100 block of Woodbourne Ave., police said. He was declared dead at the scene.Arrested shortly after the shooting were Crystal Brown, 24, of the 2200 block of Mura St., and Lena Andrews, 24, of the 4100 block of Echodale Ave.In addition to being charged with murder, both women were charged with attempted armed robbery and using a handgun in the commission of a felony.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,Contributing Writer | March 10, 1993
Faith Baptist Church has been blessed with the old movie theater on Main Street in Hampstead.The congregation is converting it into a house of worship.Faith Baptist owns land on Cape Horn Road where members are planning to build a church. They were relying on money raised from a day-care program for developmentally disabled adults to help pay for the building."After [the former pastor] passed away, and the economy was on a downswing, we were advised not to count on this," said the Rev. Rudy Tidwell, the current pastor.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Sun Staff Writer | March 16, 1995
Two women have been charged in the fatal shooting of a cab driver during a robbery attempt last night in the 1100 block of Woodbourne Ave.Pronounced dead at the scene from at least one .32-caliber bullet wound to the head was David W. Tidwell, 47, of the first block of Left Wing Drive in the Aero Acres section of southeastern Baltimore County.The victim had driven for the Overlea Cab Co. for about four months.Homicide detective Walter Akers said that he had recovered more than $200 from the driver's pockets and that it had appeared the man was killed before he could be robbed.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1997
A man with a note implying he was armed robbed a Millersville bank branch yesterday after being scared away from a nearby bank, county and FBI officials said. He is believed to be the same man who robbed an Annapolis bank last week, an FBI spokesman said.Agent J. Stephen Tidwell, FBI spokesman, said a man wearing a suit, sunglasses and a knit cap with a Nike swoosh on the front walked into Carrollton Bank in the 8200 block of Veterans Highway in Millersville about 9 a.m.Tellers at the bank dropped to the floor because they thought the man looked suspicious, Tidwell said.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | August 19, 2006
Navy senior outside linebacker Tyler Tidwell marvels at the way teammates Rob Caldwell and David Mahoney function on the football field. Caldwell is wired for high energy, fiery in the huddle, consumed with the idea of crushing any ball carrier he gets his hands on, seemingly playing on the edge of losing control. Mahoney is the opposite, a calm, calculating type who is a natural at settling down a rattled teammate and laughs as he makes a play. Tidwell considers himself somewhere in between those two. "Rob would be the mean one on the field, the mad dog kind of guy. Dave is definitely the anchor.
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By Gadi Dechter and Gadi Dechter,sun reporter | January 21, 2007
Near-freezing temperatures and 20-mph gusts provided an unlikely backdrop for a protest against "unprecedented warm weather," but about 70 people nevertheless plunged into the frigid Chesapeake Bay yesterday to raise money for climate change awareness. Organizers said the 2nd annual "keep winter cold" swimming party at an Annapolis beach raised $40,000 for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, a nonprofit that promotes its global warming message in Maryland, Virginia and Washington. "Yeah, a week ago would have been much more symbolic," said the nonprofit group's director, Mike Tidwell, referring to unusual spring-like conditions that confused flowers into bloom across the region.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN REPORTER | October 26, 2006
Navy knows it must move and protect the ball well to have a chance at ending its 42-game losing streak to 11th-ranked Notre Dame on Saturday. Besides the obvious need to score points, the Midshipmen want to take pressure off a defense that must contend with the most dynamic weapon on the field in Fighting Irish quarterback Brady Quinn. "We definitely can't let [Quinn] sit back there like last year. We didn't get any pressure on him, and he picked us apart," said Navy senior inside linebacker David Mahoney, recalling Quinn's four-touchdown day and a 42-21 loss to the Irish.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | August 19, 2006
Navy senior outside linebacker Tyler Tidwell marvels at the way teammates Rob Caldwell and David Mahoney function on the football field. Caldwell is wired for high energy, fiery in the huddle, consumed with the idea of crushing any ball carrier he gets his hands on, seemingly playing on the edge of losing control. Mahoney is the opposite, a calm, calculating type who is a natural at settling down a rattled teammate and laughs as he makes a play. Tidwell considers himself somewhere in between those two. "Rob would be the mean one on the field, the mad dog kind of guy. Dave is definitely the anchor.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | November 11, 2005
Tyler Tidwell has always been into adventure, action and aggression. "We lived out in a rural area," said the native of Edmond, Okla. "I was always outside and stuff, riding horses and dirt bikes. I got my fair share of scrapes, stitches and trips to the emergency room. I drove my mother crazy." Nothing has changed about his attitude, nor is there any reason to believe it will. The Navy junior has a "motor that is running all the time" according to Keith Jones, who coaches Tidwell's position, outside linebacker.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 2, 1999
CHESTERTOWN -- The Salisbury State fans and players mobbed Josh Tidwell yesterday in the middle of Kibler Field, and who could blame them?The senior midfielder from Arundel High did the unthinkable in sudden-death overtime to third-ranked and defending NCAA Division III champion Washington College right in front of 2,000 people on the Shoremen's home turf.Tidwell virtually walked right in on freshman goalkeeper Ray Pagano and slammed the ball into the net to give the fourth-ranked Sea Gulls a 16-15 victory in another one of those classic Division III lacrosse duels on the Eastern Shore.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1997
Holdup men who use sophisticated equipment and lots of planning are being turned off by the high-tech security at banks inside the Capital Beltway, and they're taking their business to the suburbs, according to the FBI."Areas that never saw takeover robberies are starting to see them," said Steve Tidwell, special agent at the Annapolis FBI bureau.He rattled off robberies in Waldorf, Hanover, Laurel and Salisbury that have occurred since Dec. 31.In takeover robberies groups of two or three people armed with shoulder or large caliber guns order employees and customers around to gain access to the teller line or the vault.
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September 15, 1991
From: Rudy TidwellAssociate pastorGary W. BauerChairman, DeaconsJoe CoverCharles FogleSkip RiglerDeaconsFaith Baptist ChurchHampsteadOn behalf of the Benz family and the family of Christ at Faith Baptist Church, we wish to thank you for the Christian manner in which you covered the illness and subsequent death of our pastor and friend Bert Benz.In this time of sensationalizing news events, it was comforting to know that this situation was being reported with concern and compassion for those involved.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
Arundel coach Clint Gosnell waited two years to get back into the playoffs. He didn't want the experience to be a short one.Instead, the third-seeded Wildcats made short work of No. 2 seed Severna Park, as junior Keith Sharp scored five times in a 9-5 victory in the 3A-4A South Region semifinals."
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By Kristina M. Schurr and Kristina M. Schurr,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 20, 1997
A man wearing a ski mask and brandishing a long-barreled gun robbed the Signet Bank branch in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway in Severna Park yesterday of an undisclosed amount of money, an FBI spokesman said.The man entered the bank about 11: 20 a.m., pulled out the gun and demanded money from the tellers, said Stephen Tidwell, the FBI spokesman. Tellers did not know whether the weapon was a sawed-off shotgun or rifle, he said.The man put the money in a backpack and waited several minutes at the front door of the bank before running away, Tidwell said.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1997
A man with a note implying he was armed robbed a Millersville bank branch yesterday after being scared away from a nearby bank, county and FBI officials said. He is believed to be the same man who robbed an Annapolis bank last week, an FBI spokesman said.Agent J. Stephen Tidwell, FBI spokesman, said a man wearing a suit, sunglasses and a knit cap with a Nike swoosh on the front walked into Carrollton Bank in the 8200 block of Veterans Highway in Millersville about 9 a.m.Tellers at the bank dropped to the floor because they thought the man looked suspicious, Tidwell said.
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