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  • 'Green' designs highlight the work of local architect

    It's not easy being green. Well, yes it is. Especially if you are local architect Andre Fontaine whose design work in recent years has earned him environmental kudos along with an armload of design awards and recognition. Seems hard to believe that it...
  • Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter movie reviews

    Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter movie reviews
    This week's featured adaptation is "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and the movie reviews are decidedly mixed. The film fits into the classic-cum-monster genre popularized by Seth Grahame-Smith and others, and shows a new side of Honest Abe, wailing away...
  • Successful deer hunters plan ahead

    Those who are must successful at deer hunting locally do much planning ahead. First and most important is selecting the location and getting written permission, if it is on private land. Next is selecting a parking area which will not place your vehicle...
  • Proposed rise in fee has some hunters up in arms

    Proposed rise in fee has some hunters up in arms
    This is typically a quiet time of year for hunters throughout the state. The four-month whitetail season is over at the end of January. The six-week waterfowl season that begins around New Year's has ended, too. Except for some geese and small game,...
  • After hunting for medals and trophies, former track star has bigger game in her sights

    After hunting for medals and trophies, former track star has bigger game in her sights
    Kari Kephart grew up as a competitive runner, good enough to win state championships in the two-mile event and in cross country at North Hagerstown High as well as a conference title while on scholarship at Mount St. Mary's. The only things Kephart...
  • Upset about deer hunting

    Editor: I was reluctant to read the article on luring deer because I have an aversion to hunting and killing. However, curiosity made me read it to see how hunters lure innocent deer into their sight. So I learned about scenting, rattling antlers and...
  • DNR scaling back its fee increase for hunting licenses

    DNR scaling back its fee increase for hunting licenses
    An outcry of protests by some Maryland hunters upset about the substantial fee increase for yearly licenses has led to the Department of Natural Resources restructuring the proposal being considered by lawmakers. According to Paul Peditto, the DNR's...
  • Killing to hunt, not hunting to kill

    Editor: Responding to Hayward Putnam's article on luring deer, Aegis reader Barbara Izzo writes that while she is "prepared to be chided for [her] naivete," her suspicions were confirmed in Mr. Putnam's last sentence, in which he claims "Learning to call...
  • Catonsville girl kills 9-point buck during Junior Deer Hunt

     Catonsville girl kills 9-point buck during Junior Deer Hunt
    Ashley Bates nearly missed the first day of this year's Junior Deer Hunt. The 12-year-old from Catonsville, who took a safety class last spring in order to hunt, was supposed to be practicing with her club field hockey team Nov. 12. But when Ken Bates...
  • Button's appearance on apron means end of earache for Catonsville child in 1911

    An article in the Nov. 25, 1911 edition of The Argus reported on the happy outcome for a small child in an uncomfortable situation. Flora, the 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Pingree, while playing Sunday morning on the floor in the kitchen of...
  • Timonium: In the hunt for Easter fun at dual events on March 31

    Spring is here, and our community is anticipating the arrival of Easter. Two Easter egg hunt events on March 31. The annual Springlake Community Easter Egg Hunt, will be held at 11 a.m. at the playground at Pot Spring Elementary School, 2410 Springlake...
  • Whitney French Morrill, businessman

    Whitney French Morrill, businessman
    Whitney French Morrill, the co-owner of a building maintenance firm that cleaned Baltimore landmarks, died of complications from dementia Saturday at Manor Care Ruxton. The Monkton resident was 87. Born in New York City and raised in Stamford, Conn.,...