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Archived here are the bulk of each 1998 issue, excluding time-sensitive material, such as Sky Watch and Good Bay Times. Please use the sidebar at left to select an issue.

Chuck ShepherdVolume VI Number 1 January 8-14, 1998

Volume VI Number 2 January 15-21, 1998

  • On Our Cover: Writing definitions is never easy, but do the Feds really think that mouse genes and sludge belong in our organic vegetables?
  • New Bay Times Interview: Up Close with the Longest Serving Senate President
  • Dock of the Bay Pass That Glowing Organic Tomato with the Fast-Grow Mouse DNA In Anne Arundel County, Found: Big Thinkers For Small Planning Groups At Ballet Theatre of Annapolis, Harris' Act Closes; Morgan's Opens plus, Way Downstream ... In Florida, where giant armadillos once roamed, the Italian Stallion runs amok ... In Norway, score one for the fish ... In Washington, where was that Energizer Bunny when Rep. Christopher Shays needed him ... and this week's Featured Creatures, the imperiled tigers of India.
  • Editorial Diane Evans and the Republican Party
  • Letters to the Editor Did Burton Jog When He Should Have Jigged?; Friends Need to Keep Calvert Cliffs Open; Department of Corrections
  • Commentary Alternatives - We Know Our World from the Inside Out
  • Burton on the Bay Truth is Weirder Than Fiction - The Strange Case of Wicomico County's Babe
  • Chesapeake Outdoors Men and Dogs vs. Birds
  • Not Just for Kids - This week's children's page includes writing from a local kids' journalism class

  • Fighting Chance bookVolume VI Number 3 January 22-28, 1998

  • On Our Cover: Chesapeake Armchair Adventures -- New Books to Warm You in Winter
  • Dock of the Bay In Annapolis, Countering the Klan: Community Sets Strategy In Prince Frederick, Gambling for the Abused In Crownsville, A Plan Gets Its Players On the Bay: Chesapeake Debris from Susquehanna Surges plus, Way Downstream ... In Washington, D.C., promoting forests with famous trees In Israel, nutrient pollution darkens the Sea of Galilee From Florida, bad news of manatees' declining numbers and this week's Featured Creatures, Thai monkeys make rich uncles.
  • Editorial Klan Convenes the Powers of Hatred
  • Letters to the Editor The Right Not to Read
  • Commentary Flu, by Any Name, Is Serious Business
  • Burton on the Bay Changing Times on the Whitetail Trail
  • Earth Journal I Stop to Listen on a Wet Morning ...
  • Not Just for Kids - Egg-citing poems and a story of January rain highlight this week's kids page.

    Volume VI Number 4 January 29 - February 4, 1998


    Volume VI Number 5 February 5-11, 1998

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