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  • Ex-Saint Rickey Jackson in Cattle Fest

    Ex-Saint Rickey Jackson in Cattle Fest
    The first New Orleans Saint in the Pro Football Hall of Fame will be in the Louisiana Cattle Festival's parade Oct. 9. The Abbeville Meridional reports that Jackson is to speak to the Vermilion Football league that morning and will ride in the 1 p.m....
  • Dead Horse's Owner May Sue City

    Dead Horse's Owner May Sue City
    A local man lost his favorite horse in a freak accident over the weekend after crews spent hours trying to rescue the animal from an uncovered manhole. Now, he is furious and threatening legal action. Riding tall in the saddle is Donte McCreary's way...
  • Post-Oil Spill Poll on Seafood Attitudes

    Post-Oil Spill Poll on Seafood Attitudes
    A marketing survey commissioned by Louisiana's seafood promotion board shows more than 70 percent of consumers polled nationally express some level of concern about seafood safety following the BP oil spill, and 23 percent have actually reduced their...
  • Gilbert Tucker

    Gilbert Tucker
    Cattle culture and the beef industry have an enduring legacy in Central Florida, thanks in part to cowmen like Gilbert A. Tucker. The 93-year-old retired seventh-generation rancher knows that history well. Tucker's family came to Florida from Georgia in...
  • Emails show O'Malley's close ties to Perdue lawyer

    A series of emails between Gov. Martin O'Malley and Perdue's corporate lawyer shows what an environmental group calls a "cozy relationship" between the two law school classmates as Maryland's chief executive weighs farm pollution regulations of concern to...
  • Emails show close ties between O'Malley, Perdue lawyer

    A series of emails between Gov. Martin O'Malley and Perdue's corporate lawyer shows what an environmental group calls a "cozy relationship" between the two law school classmates as Maryland's chief executive weighs farm pollution regulations of concern to...
  • Wicomico executive: So what if O'Malley emails with Perdue lawyer?

    The Daily Times and The Baltimore Sun published an article in their May 9th editions reporting criticism by a Washington-based environmental extremist group of a so-called "cozy relationship" between Governor O'Malley and an attorney for our own Perdue,...
  • Poultry industry is costing us dearly

    According to Wicomico County Executive Richard M. Pollitt Jr. ("So what if O'Malley emails with Perdue lawyer," May 13), "[n]ot only is our entire region and state helped by the economics of the chicken industry, but so is our environment." How could he...
  • Preakness notes: Record-breaker Rapid Redux will retire

    Preakness notes: Record-breaker Rapid Redux will retire
    After six months off to recover from the wear and tear of a North American record 22 straight victories, Rapid Redux will be retired next week to Kentucky Horse Park, his owner Robert Cole and trainer David Wells said. "He's perfect right now and we want...
  • Maryland ban on arsenic in chicken feed to spread?

    Maryland ban on arsenic in chicken feed to spread?
    Maryland is set to become the first state in the nation to outlaw chicken feed additives containing arsenic - but it won't be the last, if environmental activists have their way. Gov.Martin O'Malleyis scheduled to sign into law today legislation that...
  • Law puts social studies back in the limelight

    Law puts social studies back in the limelight
    Social studies, a subject that had been demoted in Maryland schools in recent years, will regain some of its past educational stature under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov. Martin O'Malley. Under the legislation — one of hundreds of bills O'Malley...