Volume VII Number 11
March 18-24, 1999
- On Our Cover: Oysterman Bootie Collins,
of Deale, operates patent tongs on a cold winters day in the mid-1990s.
The next year, low catches put him out of the business.
- Dock of the Bay
Appreciation: Topsides Jane Wallace, 1964-1999 * Soft
Hearts in Black & Blue Balls Tough Crowd * Calvert Citizens Debate
Their Fate * Loving Louie: Goldstein Recalled as Larger Than Life * plus,
Way Downstream, Virginias Bay makes EPAs dirty water
In Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Ridge says fellow Republicans
are dropping the ball on environmental issues
In Maine, easing up
on eels may mean harder times for Chesapeake eels
Chevron CEO Kenneth Derr gets the Biotic Baking Brigades freshest
and last but not least, this weeks Creature Feature: Will
four horses and a mule join a Vermont farmer and his 1966 Cadillac in the
- Chesapeake Oysters At Centurys End, Last Harvest,
New Hopes -- by Sandra Martin -- As the last harvest
of the 20th century ends, the 21st centurys first harvests are not
being left to chance
First Person: My Year with the Oysters
-- by Carol Glover -- My husband and I have done a bit for the future
- Bay Bites The food front in Chesapeake Country:
Mad About March.
- Editorial Dont Let the KKK Adopt Anything Of Ours
- Letters to the Editor Tough Enough for the Job; Small Area
Planning: Small Minds and Helter-Skelter Lines?
- Bay Reflection Hail Mary: The Mount Is Marylands
Other Basketball Power
- Burton on the Bay Stung
- Chesapeake Outdoors Bay Life Brings in Spring
- Not Just For Kids Travel to "The Forest" with
6-year-old Emily Kehne's poem -- or submit your own. Enter our splashy
dolphin drawing contest for a chance to win National Aquarium tickets.
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