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Into Africa

Many people dream of an African safari, seeing incredible animals, and witnessing different cultures. Although adventure is always high, the cost has never been lower to visit, photograph, or hunt in Africa. My first trip to Zimbabwe and South Africa was in 1994 — and since then, my wife and I try to share this experience with as many friends as possible.

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Above The Radar

Hagerstown Regional Airport is providing a concourse for transporting travelers and transforming the local economy.

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Finding a Fresher Fish Come Winter

No matter your experience level, ice fishing offers a winter adventure with a delicious twist.

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Putting Down Greener Roots

Grass Roots Hair Salon brings an eco-conscious approach to hair and beauty care.

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Banking On Safety And Training

Banker-turned-firearms-trainer Alan Mullendore may have changed his professional scenery, but his passions remain constant.

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Giving Their Best On Your Worst Day

Fairplay restores emergency services in the form of the Community Volunteer Fire Company of District 12.

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In It For The Long Haul

Seventh-generation farmers Brooks and Katie Long’s Long DeLite Farm earns the 2017 Washington County Farm of the Year award.

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The Tradition Continues

Nick’s Airport Inn continues a 40-year commitment to treating their family of customers fresh, time-tested recipes in a welcoming environment.

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Another Breath To Breathe

Michael Little’s string of near-fatal health issues prompted a re-evaluation of work and diet, and the chance to help others.

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A Home Away From Home

When crowds for the Stanleys’ homegrown jam sessions grew too large, the Old Cider Press was renovated into a music venue where all are welcome.

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