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Nettle Creek board elects new president 

The Nettle Creek Schools board elected Shaun Lieberman as president, Dan Davis Jr., vice president, and Marcie Houghton, secretary, during its Jan. 10 meeting. Davis had been board president and Lieberman, vice president. The board reappointed Amber Rushton as corporation treasurer and Ron Cross, attorney. The board conducts a reorganization meeting annually, as required by […]

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Telling Teetor’s tale

After spending most of the past two years doing research, recruiting actors for his script and making video, Jack Teetor returned to Hagerstown on Dec. 15, entering the home stretch of his effort to give his uncle’s life story national exposure. Teetor’s uncle was the late Ralph R. Teetor, part of the family who led […]

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Council elects new leaders 

Its newest member will lead the Hagerstown Town Council, after the former president and president pro tem decided against staying in those positions. The council unanimously elected Allan Bullock president and Fred Dill as president pro tem on Jan. 2. They replace Becky Diercks as president and Brian Longbons, pro tem. Diercks said she had […]

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Bulldogs pull away late to defeat Tigers

The Centerville Bulldogs traveled to Hagerstown on Thursday, Dec. 14, for a Tri-Eastern Conference matchup with the Tigers. Both teams were coming off back-to-back losses that included blowouts to state-ranked teams and were looking to return to the winner’s circle. Playing in front of a large vocal crowd, the teams played even for three quarters. […]

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Staff member’s school greetings recognized

A library aide’s enthusiastic greeting of Hagerstown Elementary School students drew favorable attention from a visitor to the school; so much so that he sent an email about her to Nettle Creek School Superintendent Emily Schaeffer. Cortney Sizemore drew the attention from Craig Towns, business partnerships manager for Reid Health, who visited the school in […]

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Business students qualify for state competition

After years of success at state and national levels, it’s not surprising that dozens of local high school students again qualified for Business Professionals of America’s state competition. On Dec. 2, Lincoln, Hagerstown, Centerville, Richmond, Tri, Morristown, Shenandoah and Blue River Valley high schools tested their skills at BPA’s Regional Leadership Conference in Centerville, a […]