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} 12 A.M.

A lively crowd utilizes outdoor seating at Bushwaller’s in the 200 block of downtown Frederick, just after minutes after midnight. -Sam Yu

} 12:02 A.M.

Frederick News-Post press operator Matt Good checks the quality of the first copies of Friday’s paper as it comes off the press shortly after midnight. Once the press run is complete, the papers are bundled and distributed to carriers who work though the early hours delivering the them to homes and businesses around the county. -Bill Green

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} 12:04 A.M.

Frederick Police Officers Lindsey Copp, left, and Hannah Clinton work overtime helping to monitor the bar crowds on North Market Street in downtown Frederick. -Sam Yu


} 12:57 A.M.

Cousins Evan Lambert, left, and Matt Lambert work in the milking parlor at the 1,200-acre Lambert Brothers Farm, just north of Frederick. The multi-generational farming family shares the responsibility of duties, including milking nearly 300 cows, which begins at midnight and noon each day and takes approximately three hours to complete. -Bill Green

} 4 A.M.

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} 4 A.M.

Bill Trent stops for breakfast at Brown’s on East Patrick Street shortly after the wellknown business opened at 3 a.m. Trent rode his 2008 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail from his New Market home to work, where he drives a truck. -Bill Green

} 4:16 A.M.

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} 5:30 A.M.

The sun is just about to rise over downtown Frederick. Visible in the Frederick skyline are the cupula of Frederick City Hall, the steeple of All Saints' Episcopal Church, the cupula of Grace United Church of Christ, and the steeple of Trinity Chapel of Grace United Church of Christ. -Sam Yu Special Supplement to The Frederick News-Post | July 2021 | Hello, Frederick

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} 5:52 A.M.

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} 6:04 A.M.

Frederick County Sheriff’s Office holds its earlymorning roll call. -Bill Green

39

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} 6:19 A.M.

A birds-eye view of the suspension bridge over Carroll Creek on the Carroll Creek Linear Park at sunrise. Hundreds of colorful water plants fill the creek as part of the Color on the Creek project. At lower right is the amphitheater, a site for live concerts throughout the summer. -Michael DeMattia

} 6:30 A.M.

Jim Atwell, Terrell Parham and Tim Bainbridge collect recycling on North Market Street just after dawn. -Bill Adkins

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JUNE 18, 2021

7:59 A.M. }

Marco Antonio picks ripening black raspberries at Catoctin Mountain Orchards in Thurmont. Owned by the Black family, the orchard is the largest and oldest in the county, offering a wide variety of pickyour-own fruits, as well as pre-picked fruits and vegetables. -Tim Jacobsen

} 8:16 A.M.

Father Kevin Farmer celebrates daily morning Mass at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church on East Second Street. -Bill Adkins

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9:19 A.M. }

Jan Samet O'Leary and Jennie Russell, members of Friends of Mount Olivet Cemetery, works at cleaning a tombstone. The group started two years ago and work many morning at the historical cemetery. -Bill Adkins

10:04 A.M. }

Tena Campbell and Gail Whittich from Texas join Laurie Corson from Pennsylvania for brunch at Up On Market in downtown Frederick while Frances Skrobiszewski assists them with the menu. -Bill Adkins

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JUNE 18, 2021

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10:21 A.M. }

Beekeeper Autumn Bozzo inspects her colony of bees as David Muns observes at the Community Garden on The Frederick News-Post campus. -Graham Cullen

} 10:34 A.M.

Loy’s Station Bridge, located on Old Frederick Road near Thurmont, is one of three historic covered bridges in the county. The other two are Utica Bridge and Roddy Road Bridge. Each is on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places. -Tim Jacobsen

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} 10:35 A.M.

Three women leave an East Patrick Street parking garage and head out for some shopping. -Jamie Turner

} 11:01 A.M.

Dystiny and Hector Bermudes enjoy their first dance in Baker Park, having been married only an hour earlier at the court house. -Bill Adkins

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JUNE 18, 2021

11:03 A.M. }

Dr. Sharon Thomas examines Zoey, a 3-year-old Husky mix, as animal care technician Kira Borders holds her steady at the Frederick County Animal Control facility on Rosemont Avenue. -Graham Cullen

12:02 P.M. }

Harriosn Gardner, 16, and Deliah at the end of an out-and-back trip on the Monocacy River at the Riverside Park boat ramp with Jennifer and Cubby Gardner following close behind. -Bill Adkins

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12:42 P.M. }

Owen climbs on the jungle gym at Baker Park as he enjoys playing with his sister -Jamie Turner

1:21 P.M. }

Ruth Onley blows out a candle on a birthday cake during a lunch at Dutch's Daughter Restaurant to celebrate her 107th birthday. Looking on are her children, from left, Tracye Brewer, John Onley, Nancy Onley and Jane Brewer. -Bill Green Special Supplement to The Frederick News-Post | July 2021 | Hello, Frederick

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Archer, one of two male kangaroos at the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve, lets his curiosity get the best of him while being fed by Lauren Lopez, a member of the zoo’s animal care staff. Visitors can see more than 600 animal species on a sprawling 50 acres of trails and exhibits. -Tim Jacobsen

1:46 P.M. }

Three young entrepreneurs—Selena Vasquez, 6, Zooey Hill, 10, and Aryanna Brigett, 9—sell lemonade at a stand in front of their North Market Street home. -Bill Green

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1:44 P.M. }

Ronny Johnson takes a break to sit and chat on the phone as he sits under a mural on the corner of North Market and Lord Nickens streets in downtown Frederick. The mural is a memorial to Lord Nickens, a well-known civil rights activist. -Bill Green

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JUNE 18, 2021

1:59 P.M. }

Worshippers participate in Jummah Salaat, a Friday prayer service, at the Islamic Society of Frederick Masjid on Key Parkway. -Katina Zentz

2:16 P.M. }

Naomi Jones, left, and Jessica Reis shop for plants at Dutch Plant Farm on Baughmans Lane in Frederick. The duo was looking for knock-out roses, flowers known for their extended blooming season and consistent flowering. Jones and Reis searched for these special roses in order to have plants that were easy to maintain in their gardens. -Katina Zentz

6,088

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2:18 P.M. }

Stewart hangs out on a park bench with Helen in front of a barber shop on East Patrick Street. They came for the day from Baltimore. -Jamie Turner

2:20 P.M. }

A capacity crowd of swimmers enjoys the opening day of the Edward P. Thomas Pool in Baker Park on Fleming Avenue. The pool did not open last season because of needed repairs. -Bill Green

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Barber Garret Shipley gives a customer a trim at Tried & True Barbershop on East Patrick Street. -Jamie Turner

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Matt and Allie love spending time browsing through albums at The Record Exchange on North Market Street. -Jamie Turner

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A young family takes in the sights as they travel down North Market Street. -Jamie Turner

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Abigail Castillo, 7, searches for a video at the Walkersville Regional Library. County libraries circulate an average of 2.3 million items each year. -Graham Cullen

FIVE

Number of designated Maryland Main Streets in Frederick County

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Kassadey, 8, left, and Gabriel Boone, 13, both of Thurmont, pick strawberries at Glade Link Farms in Keymar. The duo left with a few buckets full of berries by the end of their visit to the fields. -Katina Zentz

4:28 P.M. }

A crowd gathers to listen to James Droneburg, a traditional harper, play along the Carroll Creek promenade. -Bill Adkins

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5:02 P.M. }

Soldiers at Fort Detrick fold the American flag as a bugle sounds across the post and a cannon is fired, which occurs each afternoon at 5 p.m. in front of the posts headquarters. -Bill Green

5:15 P.M. }

Davie, a miniature dachshund and major of the City of Frederick Dog Park, takes a break from barking orders at other canines on Bryan Burk’s lap. Burk is not Davie’s owner. -Tim Jacobsen

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Gunner, 11, left, and Sawyer Larson, 7, both of Fairfax, Va., play catch at the Brunswick Family Campground. The duo visited the campground for a few days with family and participated in various outdoor activities. -Katina Zentz

5:31 P.M. }

Young Avery Nail, 4, shares a bit of her ice cream cone with her grandfather Michael Nail at the Little Red Barn Ice Cream Cafe in Jefferson. The family had just returned from a two-day reunion and visit to Hershey Park, Pa., to celebrate Father’s Day. -Bill Green

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JUNE 18, 2021

5:53 P.M. }

Doug Mato, left, and Leo Phillips, 6, swim in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal along the Potomac River as family and friends watch in Brunswick. Leo, visiting from Colorado, enjoyed various activities in the water, such as skipping rocks, playing with the family dog, Harley, and practicing his swimming skills. -Katina Zentz

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Mike Brown, left, hits a return while his playing partner, Kathy Mathsen, looks on during a game of pickleball at the gym at Trinity School of Frederick on New Design Road. Pickleball saw a 21-percent growth in popularity in 2019, with open sessions and leagues for the popular game at various sites around the county. -Tim Jacobsen

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Groups enjoy outdoor dining on East Patrick Street outside of Cafe Nola. Various restaurants around downtown Frederick have designated an area on the street for a special outdoor dining experience. -Katina Zentz

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The Maryland Chamber Winds perform at Sky Stage as part of its Maryland Wind Festival. -Katina Zentz

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Violinist Zhenya Zianouka plays classical numbers for those out and about during a busy Friday evening on North Market Street. -Bill Green

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Fans watch from their cars as the band moe. performs at the Frederick Fairgrounds for a drive-in concert series. -Katina Zentz

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Attendees watch the performance of two baby grand pianos as part of the Dueling Pianos Under the Stars event at Carroll Creek Amphitheater. -Katina Zentz

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Patrons enjoy a mild evening with some ice cream at Bruster’s on Crestwood Boulevard in Frederick. -Tim Jacobsen

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Number of patients per primary care physician in Frederick County

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Frederick City Police Department Officer Sara Bosak talks with Firefighter/EMT Robert Riley as she works an accident scene on Monocacy Boulevard just before dark. -Bill Green

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JUNE 18, 2021

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Despite the hour, there is still lively pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the Square Corner at the center of downtown Frederick. -Sam Yu

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Just before midnight at the center of downtown Frederick, Nathan Stern plays guitar, accompanied by John Melvin on drum, as Leah Howard, left, and Mikaela Fry dance the night away. -Sam Yu

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