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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2004
North Carroll's Tim Wunderlich loves a little variety. One of his favorite places to eat on a Sunday morning is a restaurant in Westminster that offers a breakfast buffet. When he's feeling a little musical, he can play the trumpet, the guitar or the piano. So perhaps it's no coincidence that Wunderlich has fallen for a sport that practically screams diversity: the decathlon. "I really like doing a lot of stuff," the 16-year-old junior said. "The variety of stuff is good. ... It's a challenge."
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By Edward Lee | June 10, 2005
Performer of the Year Tim Wunderlich, North Carroll After claiming a state crown in the pole vault last year, the senior doubled his gold medal collection this spring. Wunderlich, the county's Performer of the Year in indoor and outdoor track the past two years, registered first-place outings in the discus with a throw of 145 feet and the pole vault with a height of 13 feet at the Class 3A state championships. He scored victories in the long jump (21-8), shot put (49-5) and discus (133-4)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 6, 2005
Tim Wunderlich doesn't take any track and field lightly. Then again, running from the long jump to the shot put to the discus to the pole vault and back doesn't give the North Carroll senior any opportunity to dawdle. "It's hard for me to go through the motions because I'm running around," Wunderlich said at last night's Monocacy Valley Athletic League's Chesapeake Division championships at North Carroll High School in Hampstead. "It's meets like this that I learn what I can do." Wunderlich can do plenty as he captured the shot put (51 feet, 7 1/2 inches)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 6, 2005
Tim Wunderlich doesn't take any track and field lightly. Then again, running from the long jump to the shot put to the discus to the pole vault and back doesn't give the North Carroll senior any opportunity to dawdle. "It's hard for me to go through the motions because I'm running around," Wunderlich said at last night's Monocacy Valley Athletic League's Chesapeake Division championships at North Carroll High School in Hampstead. "It's meets like this that I learn what I can do." Wunderlich can do plenty as he captured the shot put (51 feet, 7 1/2 inches)
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,SUN STAFF | January 27, 1997
When Susanna's true love sang, "I come from Alabama with a banjo on my knee," in Stephen Foster's 1847 ballad, he was probably strumming a five-stringer made in Baltimore.Between 1845 and 1870, William Boucher Jr., an immigrant German drum maker, became the country's first commercial banjo maker, in a shop on Baltimore Street near High Street. Only a handful of his originals survive and are much sought after by museums and private collectors.Now, George Wunderlich, a 33-year-old former insurance executive, is building handcrafted replicas of Boucher's distinctive instruments in a renovated shed behind a white Victorian house in western Frederick County.
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By Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr and Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 27, 2005
Tim Wunderlich has done a little bit of everything for the North Carroll indoor and outdoor track and field teams during his varsity career. That was the case again in Monday's Class 3A-2A indoor state meet, where Wunderlich scored all 24 of the Panthers' team points, good for a tie with La Plata for fifth place. Wunderlich showed his athleticism by taking second in the high jump, third in both the shot put and pole vault, and fourth in the 55-meter hurdles. His versatility has been well-known throughout his North Carroll days.
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December 17, 1996
Robert P. Koenig, 79, certified public accountantRobert Pennington Koenig, a certified public accountant who worked for the Army at Edgewood Arsenal, died of complications from a stroke Friday at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 79 and had lived for many years in Lutherville.The Baltimore native joined the firm of Haskins and Sells during the 1950s then went to work for the Army at Edgewood. He traveled extensively in Europe and Asia during the 1960s auditing stockpiles of chemical weapons.
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March 20, 2003
On March 17, 2003, DENNIS L. YEAGLE; beloved husband of Karen B. Yeagle (nee Berger); devoted father of Lance Yeagle, Jarrod Wunderlich and Meredith Wunderlich; beloved son of Richard L. and Charlotte L. Yeagle; dear brother of Richard L. Yeagle, Jr. Also survived by two nephews. The family will receive friends at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway exit 26A), on Thursday, from 6 to 9 P.M., and Friday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lutherville, on Saturday, at 10 A.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By Edward Lee | March 21, 2005
Performer of the Year Tim Wunderlich, North Carroll After winning three county titles last winter, Wunderlich added two more this season by taking the shot put in 48 feet, 0.5 inches and the pole vault in 12-6. With victories in the shot put and pole vault, a second-place outing in the 55 hurdles and a third in the high jump in the Chesapeake Division of the Monocacy Valley Athletic League championships, the senior accounted for 34 of the Panthers' 74 points, which was enough to give North Carroll its first league crown.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,Staff Writer | September 23, 1992
A group of Baltimore doctors say the century-old belief that 98.6 degrees constitutes a person's normal body temperature should be discarded because, well, it is wrong.Researchers from the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center looked at oral temperatures taken from 148 healthy people and found their average reading to be 98.2 degrees -- two notches below the little red arrow that signals "normal" on a glass thermometer.More importantly, a reading between 96 and 99.9 degrees would fall into the normal range for most people.
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By Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr and Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 27, 2005
Tim Wunderlich has done a little bit of everything for the North Carroll indoor and outdoor track and field teams during his varsity career. That was the case again in Monday's Class 3A-2A indoor state meet, where Wunderlich scored all 24 of the Panthers' team points, good for a tie with La Plata for fifth place. Wunderlich showed his athleticism by taking second in the high jump, third in both the shot put and pole vault, and fourth in the 55-meter hurdles. His versatility has been well-known throughout his North Carroll days.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2004
North Carroll's Tim Wunderlich loves a little variety. One of his favorite places to eat on a Sunday morning is a restaurant in Westminster that offers a breakfast buffet. When he's feeling a little musical, he can play the trumpet, the guitar or the piano. So perhaps it's no coincidence that Wunderlich has fallen for a sport that practically screams diversity: the decathlon. "I really like doing a lot of stuff," the 16-year-old junior said. "The variety of stuff is good. ... It's a challenge."
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By Martha Thomas and Martha Thomas,Special to the Sun | March 14, 2004
Boyd Rutherford gets a lot of reading done as he climbs the stairs. Most days after returning from lunch, he hikes up 15 flights to his office in the State Office Building on Preston Street with a memorandum or article to absorb during the 10-minute trip. His staff teases him about his insistence on taking the stairs, but the 46-year-old Department of General Services secretary says, "It's my modest attempt to be somewhat active." Rutherford is serious about the State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's initiative called Smart Step Forward, which challenges employees to take the stairs and not the elevator.
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By EDWARD LEE | March 9, 2004
BOYS PERFORMER OF THE YEAR Tim Wunderlich North Carroll, junior The repeat All-County choice parlayed a silver-medal performance at the National AAU Junior Olympics Decathlon last summer into multiple gold-medal efforts this winter. At the county championships, Wunderlich was first in the high jump (6 feet), the shot put (46 feet, 10.25 inches) and the pole vault (11 feet). He was also second in the 55 hurdles. In the Chesapeake Division at the Monocacy Valley Athletic League championships, Wunderlich took the 55 hurdles (8.3 seconds)
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March 20, 2003
On March 17, 2003, DENNIS L. YEAGLE; beloved husband of Karen B. Yeagle (nee Berger); devoted father of Lance Yeagle, Jarrod Wunderlich and Meredith Wunderlich; beloved son of Richard L. and Charlotte L. Yeagle; dear brother of Richard L. Yeagle, Jr. Also survived by two nephews. The family will receive friends at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway exit 26A), on Thursday, from 6 to 9 P.M., and Friday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lutherville, on Saturday, at 10 A.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 16, 2002
OUR TOWN, a three-act play that finds a great message in the pleasure of small-town living, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at North Carroll High School. The play will be presented in the original script by Thornton Wilder that won the Pulitzer Prize when first published in 1938. It is set in Grover's Corner, N.H., in about 1900. Each act is a snapshot. There's young Emily Webb, then her marriage to George Gibbs, who is a childhood friend who aspires to be a farmer, and finally the wistful recollection of life after her premature death.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | January 13, 1995
Lauren Henry hums "Row, row, row your boat."Sherry Esposito watches the game closely and hopes she won't make the same mistakes as the starter when she's called into action.Alyson Young fixes her eyes on shooting guards Cassandra Conklin and Lauren Kadlubowski and prepares herself to replace them.Courtney Wunderlich just tries to be ready to play when coach Bernie Koontz calls her name.A variety of thoughts stream through the minds of the four members of the bench of the Westminster girls basketball team (10-0)
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 3, 2000
LOVE AND COURAGE triumph in the musical"The Sound of Music," which will be performed at 7: 30 p.m. Friday and at 2 p.m. and 7: 30 p.m. Saturday at North Carroll High School. "The Sound of Music," by Rodgers and Hammerstein, portrays the von Trapp family. In the familiar story, Maria, a young nun, becomes governess to the seven children of a widowed naval captain. She teaches the children to sing, falls in love with and marries the captain, and then the family flees when the Nazis invade Austria.
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