Volume 15, Issue 4 ~ January 25 - January 31, 2007



Cathy Lanier’s Long Climb

From high school dropout and single mother, this Harwood woman has risen to chief of police in our nation’s capital. by Margaret Tearman

Stepping Out

Carmen’s Gallery of Solomons finds no easy time in the Big Easy. by Margaret Tearman

Invasion of the Emerald Ash Borer

Fighting the half-inch eco-terrorists costs millions. by Sandra Olivetti Martin

Way Downstream ~ Calvert County sheriff deputies replace Coast Guard securing arrival and departure of tankers at Cove Point liquefied natural gas terminal … A pair of pups rescued by Calvert Animal Welfare League shares television time with Superbowl … Maryland lags behind Pennsylvania and Virginia in restoring Chesapeake Bay’s streamside forest buffers … And last but not least, this week’s Creature Feature, From Chesapeake Country, eel-ways open a future for the fish that’s hard to love.


LettersEditorialBay Reflections

Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener ~ Bay Gardener nurtures a new crop of scientists.

Bill Burton ~ Welcome back John Griffin: DNR’s new leader has his own past record to live up to.

The Sporting Life ~ Fly tying adds another dimension of challenge and satisfaction to fishing. by Dennis Doyle

Earth Talk ~ Fishing out the oceans: Are fish farms a better source for satisfying growing appetites?

Tidelog®Sky Watch ~ By the light of the moon: Five planets and six sisters compete with Luna’s light. by J. Alex Knoll

8 Days a Week ~ Bay Weekly’s gguide to good times. by Carrie Madren

Flickerings ~ Jonathan Parker Letters from Iwo Jima: Attaching modern movie values — that war is hell and human beings pay the price — to another people in a just war is what is unique here and works so well.

Xwords© ~ by Ben Tausig

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