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I think "Front-line work during pandemic falls on women, minorities" says it all as to why the response from Washington has seemed so disjointed but has leaned toward back to business. Let minorities and women clean up the mess white men create yet again.
Fantastic article, Mr. Elliott. Always enjoy your column but this one ramped up remote regions of my brain, now numb from negatism from those nattering nabobs of Safire's legacy, including Trump and writers of some of the comments you've received.
Mary Mannix has been incredibly helpful as a member of the Board of Directors of Frederick County Landmarks Foundation and I happily claim her as a personal friend.
According to previous publicity, this meeting is scheduled for TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 6 p.m. Can FNP check and change, if meeting date was incorrect in today's paper>
Well said, Boyce. I agree. Colin, I sent this column to my daughter, who volunteer to do online counseling and finds it one of the most satisfying things she does.
I commend the FNP for making this a weekly column. As a member of the Frederick County Landmarks Foundation, I am very interested in the city in which I was born. Bernie Callan, also a member of FCLF Boar, and I are currently working on the first publication of Frederick Landmarks Press, a s…
Agree completely. Didn't humans build the church and God make the tree? Yes, I am deist/humanist.
i agree completely with Ms. Greenway's letter. I hope other lovers of the local theatre will take advantage of an exciting evening by seeing "The View from the Bridge." Superb acting and production.
Greg and Thom are hosting a fundraiser for Frederick County Landmarks Foundation! An initial reading indicates that the money raised is for improvements to their house. FCLF badly needs the funds for repairs at Schifferstadt and to begin renovations on the Beatty-Cramer house, out rt. 26. Up…
Not sure how unruly or surprising I am (maybe more than I think), but I enjoy your friendship. Another excellent column, Nancy