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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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Winter Is Coming

Little Heiskell Ski Club is nearing a half-century of fostering fun on and off the slopes, and supporting the community.

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Building a Dream Come True

Local residents are able to live the 'American Dream' thanks to efforts by Habitat for Humanity of Washington County

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‘Twas The Night Before Delicious

Visions of sugarplums have nothing on the tasty holiday treats offered up by local bakeries.

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Second Acts Redefine ri-ˈtī(-ə)r-mənt

Some area residents see retirement age as a time to rekindle interests and take a creative leap into the future.

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