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Jim Macdonell: Building community through service

February 6, 2009 “If you’re going to talk the talk, you’ve got to walk the walk.” You hear that all the time. One can’t help but notice that so many people who live and work here “walk the walk. more »»

Ethan Fischer: from Pittsburgh to Harpers Ferry

January 30, 2009 A wise man once said “Find out what you love to do and find out what you’re good at. And if God is smiling on you, they’re the same thing. more »»

Suellen Myers: From the bookstore to the farm tractor

January 23, 2009 Shepherdstown is a like pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. more »»

Paula Tremba: Mother, educator, traveler, cook

January 16, 2009 Everybody loves a love story, a story where boy meets girl, they fall in love, get married and despite some bumps in the road, live happily everafter. It’s nice to know they’re still told. more »»

Neal Martineau: from Madison Avenue to New Street

January 9, 2009 Time Magazine has called David Ogilvy “The Father of Advertising” and “The most sought-after wizard in today’s advertising industry. more »»

Jung Lee: Living the American Dream in Shepherdstown

January 2, 2009 In 1931 James Truslow Adams first coined the phrase “American Dream” in his book Epic of America. According to M. more »»

2009 — A time for new hope, fresh promises

December 26, 2008 The following is a reprint of a column I wrote 25 years ago for The New Canaan Advertiser in Connecticut. more »»

Phyllis Le Tart: Can she do it? Yes, she can!

December 19, 2008 Phyllis Le Tart has given me the opportunity to put into writing something I’ve been saying for years when a deprecating remark is made about Cleveland, and let’s face it, they are, “That person has... more »»

California girl brings her talents to West Virginia

December 12, 2008 The child of the sixties was a special bree. more »»

Richard Brown: ‘History is the most important factor’

December 12, 2008 What is it about Shepherdstown? It’s just a little town in West Virginia. But the mention of the name seems to elicit the same reaction from all points. “Oh, I’ve heard of Shepherdstown. more »»

 
 

 

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