Congratulations to the journalists at the Carroll County Times for being recognized as winners of the annual Maryland Delaware and DC Press Association writing and journalism awards. March 22, 2019 According to information found in the MDDC “Friday Planner” newsletter, which announced the 2018 contest winners on the MDDC website here: http://www.mddcpress.com/news/2018-mddc-contest-winners: “These winners represent … Continue reading 2018 Md. Delaware and DC Press Assoc. journalism awards
Muslims celebrate holiday - Carroll County Times Jan. 21, 2005 Muslims celebrate holiday By Jaime Bloss, Times Staff Writer Friday, January 21, 2005 updated 15Mar2019 due to a link that no longer works… BRENDAN BUSH/STAFF PHOTO Muslims kneel in prayer as they meet for a community gathering to commemorate the holiday of Eid al-Adha at … Continue reading Muslims celebrate holiday – Carroll County Times Jan. 21, 2005
A tribute to the passing of 4 Carroll countians 10Mar2019 by Kevin Dayhoff https://www.facebook.com/kevindayhoff/posts/10215983059342901 Seems that my Sunday article in the Carroll County Times is not online. Makes me sad. The good news is that the paper printed the long version. The story may be accessed in the digital edition – find it here: http://tinyurl.com/4GR8CCians … Continue reading A tribute to the passing of 4 great Carroll countians who made a difference: Haddad McDonald Schaeffer Law
John H. Cunningham was a charter member of the Md. State Fireman’s Assoc. John H. Cunningham, from the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1, was a charter member of the Md. State Fireman’s Association and served on the Executive Board and Officers Committee from 1898 – 1899. Courtesy of the Westminster Fire Engine … Continue reading John H. Cunningham was a charter member of the Md. State Fireman’s Assoc.
This is hilarious
Folks, this evening our fine county council hearing was infiltrated by a bunch of Carroll Countians trying to tell us what to do! Carroll County!
M.C. tells the room at the beginning she isn’t taking any nonsense. Three minutes is all y’all get! And don’t think you can come in and put your name above other people on my list! We love it!
These people have come decked out all in red to give us some dire warnings! But mind you they aren’t anti-Frederick County!
This evening we were treated to the Carroll County “POV”. And, red is the color of the evening:
What is this?
Here’s some quotes from those in favor of the river plan:
“We had to take valuable time from our family, friends and jobs to protect our property rights!” Ah, no you didn’t.
“You vote against this plan, you will have no plan!”
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Apparently, it is one of those days in which it is not safe to read the news. First, there is the not so family-friendly story coming out of California about the sudden death of KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous. Details of the death of KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous released. Burrous, who is married to … Continue reading Details of the death of KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous released.
Feb. 24, 2019 The only actor nominated for an Oscar in Spike Lee's film "BlacKkKlansman," is white. In recent years, watching the Oscars has become tedious. For that matter, when I did media criticism years ago for another publication, I wrote about the Oscars becoming irrelevant mindless drivel. So many pathologically narcissistic Hollywood-types examining their … Continue reading The only actor nominated for an Oscar in Spike Lee’s film “BlacKkKlansman,” is white.
How many of us have thoughtlessly draped a lead rope across our shoulders when we get busy and aren't thinking... "Take just a minute to remind yourself to be careful when you're working with horses, even when you're not mounted. Casually looping a rope around your arm can lead to disaster before you even know … Continue reading Experienced U.K. Rider Dies When Lead Rope Wraps Around Her Neck
David McDonald - former pharmaceutical representative and owner of Westminster Rare Coins died Feb. 9, 2019 Obituary for David Blaess McDonald 68, of Westminster David Blaess McDonald, 68, of Westminster passed away peacefully on February 9th, 2019. Born March 3rd, 1950, in Detroit, Michigan, he was the son of the late Arthur and Maxine Blaess … Continue reading David McDonald – former pharmaceutical representative and owner of Westminster Rare Coins died Feb. 9, 2019
Sad. God Bless Senior Chief Petty Officer Shannon Kent for her service. According to 1430 WNAV, Senior Chief Kent was a 35-year-old cryptologic technician, stationed at Fort Meade. She was one of four Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack in Syria in January The remains of U.S. Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Shannon Kent … Continue reading Fallen Hero Escort for Senior Chief Kent KIA Syria 23Feb2019