- Days End shelters about 80 horses on average at any given time, but brings in about 150 throughout the year from adoptions going out to new horses coming in.
Sophomore Abby Kindle led the way for the Owls with 11 points and contributed to a strong team effort on the boards. Senior forward Emily Davis earned extra possessions down the stretch with eight rebounds and two steals.
Administrators are feeling emboldened to welcome students back to campus despite Maryland reporting new cases and testing positivity rate several times the levels when classes began last fall.
Three outbreaks were reported at separate Carroll County Public Schools on Thursday, but few people were impacted.
Whether they claimed the annuity option, paid over 30 years, or a lump sum in cash, the owner of the winning ticket would become a multimillionaire by chance in one of the smallest, most economically distressed pockets of Maryland.
Some have never heard a Voice, but the Voice has been alive and well. We hear about The Voice 18 times in the Bible. In Acts, Saul suddenly saw a light from the sky that shone around him. He fell to the ground, and heard a Voice saying to him, ‘Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?” This life-changing experience set him to prove that Jesus is the Messiah.
Salim-Hassan Muhammed Williams, 22, of the 3500 block of White Chapel Road, is facing charges of possessing a loaded handgun in a vehicle, carrying a loaded handgun, and possessing a controlled dangerous substance (not marijuana).
The 13th annual Chocolate Ball is being promoted as a non-event event that will not be happening on Saturday, February 6, 2021. In lieu of an in-person event, they will be offering something unique according to Andie Luchini, Director of Donor Relations, Events, and Marketing of CCYSB.
Much importance is given today to being politically correct however I feel its far more important to be biblically correct. That is to say trying to live a life that follows the commandments of the word of God.
Last year, of the approximately 25,000 students who were enrolled in Carroll County’s public school system, only 993 — not quite 4% — were Black or African American. It is in this world that these children come of age and grow to celebrate their cultural roots and heritage.