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Deborah Gibson grew up on a dairy farm near Allentown, Pa., and learned at a young age how to hunt for deer and other animals. Skeet and trap shooting — the art of shooting clay pigeons out of the air — were not among her family's outdoor...
Wooden boats Today and MondaySept. 22-24. The National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame third annual Classic Wooden Boat Rendezvous & Regatta, Annapolis. Information: nshof.org. Ephrata 3D Shoot Today, sunrise to 1 p.m. Thirty targets, 899 N. Maple St.,...
Powerboat racing Friday through SundaySept. 14-16. Third annual Solomons Offshore Grand Prix. Information: solomonsrace.com. Wooden boats Sept. 22-24. The National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame third annual Classic Wooden Boat Rendezvous & Regatta,...
While watching the survivors on AMC's "The Walking Dead" hole up in Hatlands — the local party headquarters — in recent episodes, I often thought to myself: "Man, I would love to get after it in that bar! It's just missing one thing..." Well,...
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email@example.comEdna Haines never stood more than 5 feet tall and seldom tipped the scale beyond 100 pounds, earning her the lifelong nickname of “Skeets,” an abbreviated form of the word for the tiny mosquito. Yet her enormous heart, ear-to-ear smile and...
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Edna May “Skeets” Haines, 86, formerly of Pecktonville, Md., and currently of Maugansville, Md., went to be with her Lord on Monday, March 5, 2012, from her home, surrounded by her loving family. She and her husband, Brady Franklin Haines,...
BOTTINEAU, N.D. (AP) - It wouldn't be surprising if Jonathan Bartlett bleeds red, white and blue. The Bottineau resident has a deepening appreciation for this nation's founding fathers and early citizens and citizen soldiers. A few years ago, Bartlett...
WDBJ7 BloggerTeams raced to the African country Tanzania. Before teams reached Tanzania, conflict erupted from almost every team. Art and JJ start drama by planting seeds in other teams’ head that Nary and Jamie are not kindergarten teachers but are law...
Ronald M. Tillier, a retired Ford Motor Co. executive and longtime Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge volunteer, died Sunday. He was 72. Mr. Tillier, who enjoyed competitive clay and skeet shooting, was attending a meet Sunday afternoon in Kennedyville...
In all, 30 U.S. service members were killed last weekend when their CH-47 Chinook helicopter crashed in eastern Afghanistan during a relief mission. The entire country mourned, but the burden of grief hit especially hard in Virginia Beach, which was home...
Tim Reed of Bath continued his winning ways with an outstanding shoot at the recent Amateur Trapshooting Association's Grand American World Trapshooting Championships in Sparta, Ill. For the second year in a row, Reed won $5,000 in the 10-shooter $100,...
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