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Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Spacemind - Memory Hole



Tonight's writing music.  http://kevindayhoffart.blogspot.com/2015/12/spacemind-memory-hole.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uL0mvPZuklM #amwriting #partylikeajournalist,

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Science halls at McDaniel closed after chemical spill
Science halls at McDaniel closed after chemical spill
Carroll County Times staff
Two science halls at McDaniel College in Westminster will remained closed as a precaution until Monday, following a minor chemical spill Thursday morning. No one was injured and the spill posed no danger to the public, according to college and Westminster fire company officials. The chemical, No....
There could be more than smoke in Carroll's Cuban connection [Eagle Archives]
Kevin Dayhoff
The Dec. 30, 1899 issue of the Westminster American Sentinel newspaper carried a community report from the Manchester correspondent about the Christmas season. According to research for the Historical Society of Carroll County by Jay Graybeal, the paper reported, "Our cigar factories, the chief...
Historical society's meeting offers visitors a step back in time
Historical society's meeting offers visitors a step back in time
Kevin E. Dayhoff
The history of Westminster and Carroll County is much more than buildings, signs and spaces and empty, memorized, meaningless dates without a human context. Carroll County has been fortunate to have many native sons and daughters who made a great difference and contribution to our community. This...
Learn from past when deciding fate of old school buildings
Learn from past when deciding fate of old school buildings
Kevin E. Dayhoff and kevindayhoff@gmail.com
If you think that our present day public discourse regarding the various education issues in Carroll County is interesting, researching the contentious history of education in Carroll County is even more so. On May 4, 1923, the Democratic Advocate ran an article about a political war of words that...

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