The Dispatch Marks 35 Years In Circulation

The Dispatch Marks 35 Years In Circulation

This month marks 35 years in circulation for this newspaper. Whenever we encounter these sorts of milestones, we can’t help but think about our founding publisher, Dick Lohmeyer, who was also our current leader’s stepfather.To mark the occasion of the newspaper’s 20th year in business, we featured an interview in a special publication with Lohmeyer,… Read more »

Voices From The Readers – March 22, 2019

Voices From The Readers – March 22, 2019

Opposed To Cancellation Of Library PresentationEditor:“Law-abiding Trump supporters who did absolutely nothing wrong were made to appear to be the equivalent of a pitchfork- and torch-carrying mob” is the valid opinion that I heard from a real great American patriot with regard to the March 6 cancelled library presentation.The presentation was about the Constitution and… Read more »

We Need More Leaders Like Late Harry Hughes

We Need More Leaders Like Late Harry Hughes

During his two terms as Maryland’s 57th governor, from 1979 to 1987, Harry Hughes enhanced civility, integrity and prudence in state government leadership. Elevating Maryland’s political culture and public discourse at a difficult period in our state’s history, Governor Hughes reinforced the value and credibility of public service.He was a much-understated politician and became successful,… Read more »