FREDERICK (Fort Detrick), MD News (11/1/2021) – Once again, leaders from the Medical Research and Development (USMRDC) Command gathered at Fort Detrick’s Building 1520 for a career-altering experience, Oct. 6, 2022.
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Local Jeep Event to Raise Money to Fight Childhood Cancer
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (10/28/2022) – Members of the local Jeep community are organizing a “1st Memorial Jeeps for Georgie” event, dedicated to fighting childhood cancer through donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The event is scheduled to take place on December 10th at Mason Dixon Dragway.
Collaboration ensures focus on sustainment for new Army medical devices
FREDERICK (FORT DETRICK), MD News (10/28/2022) – Collaboration between U.S. Army medical materiel developers and sustainers means that new devices fielded to the warfighter not only provide the required capabilities, but also longevity and durability in the field, as well as value to the American taxpayer.
You will never hit the target if you do not take the shot
Frederick (Fort Detrick), MD News (10/24/2022) – USAMMDA Medical Logistician Capt. Brian Robinette credits family, fellow Soldiers, servant leadership as secret to success.
Opinion: The Damaging Repercussions of CDC’s Childhood COVID Vaccine Vote
On October 20, 2022, the CDC voted to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the childhood and adult immunization schedules. This vote will likely have extremely damaging repercussions across the nation, turning the public education system and pediatric healthcare system upside down.
Rainbow fentanyl – the newest Halloween scare
Joel Best with the University of Delaware can’t find any evidence that any child has ever been killed or seriously injured by a contaminated treat picked up in the course of trick-or-treating.
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Opinion: Biden’s Visit to Hagerstown a Sobering Reminder of the Pain he Continues to Cause
HAGERSTOWN, MD (10/7/2022) – Today President Biden will visit Hagerstown, MD, and give a speech at the Volvo plant about how he’s improving the economy, and undoubtedly how we’re all better off thanks to him and Congressman David Trone. While some might celebrate this visit by the President, for me, it’s a sobering reminder of the continuing pain I now deal with because of their policies mandating the COVID vaccine.
Exploring Crystals, Their Practical Applications, and Possible Healing Powers
HAGERSTOWN, MD – For over a year, local business KnS SnS Mystic Crystals & Stones has been providing unique creations touched by mother nature herself – crystals and minerals of amazing shapes, sizes, and quality. But what are crystals and minerals, and why are we so fascinated by them? In addition to their beauty, as well as their practical applications in electronics such as radios, computers, and watches, some believe crystals may even possess healing powers.
Neil Parrott Looks to Set Record Straight on HIV Tattoo Letter
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (9/19/2022) – In 2005, Neil Parrot, current Maryland Delegate and Congressional Candidate for CD-6, sent a letter to the Herald-Mail newspaper talking about how HIV victims need compassion, as well as tattoos to indicate a person is HIV positive to potential intimate partners. Parrott recanted this position in 2010, stating that he no longer believes that a mandatory tattoo is the best solution, and is trying to set the record straight in part due to attacks by his opponent in the 2022 Congressional race.
Cornhole Tournament to Benefit Local Girl with Ewing Sarcoma
WILLIAMSPORT, MD News (9/14/2022) – On Saturday, September 17th from 11:30 AM to 5 PM, the Williamsport Redman will host a cornhole tournament to benefit a local girl named Evangeline who is currently fighting Ewing Sarcoma, a rare cancer that occurs in the bones or in the soft tissue around the bones.