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Some Maryland Army National Guard troops are back home in time for the holidays. A cheering crowd gathered to welcome members of the 729th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company Tuesday. The soldiers had been conducitng operatons in Europe since last December.
They say everyone had to step up when COVID-19 hit during their developement. “The type of risk mitigation that we had to start organizing around missions and making sure we were still getting our job done, but taking safety measures, it was a big challenge,” said Capt. Ryan Lundregen/U.S. Army Reserve.
“The type of risk mitigation that we had to start organizing around missions and making sure we were still getting our job done, but taking safety measures, it was a big challenge,” Capt. Ryan Lundregen/U.S. Army Reserve
Because of the ‘pandemic, the returning guard members reunited with their loved ones in the parking lot of M&T Bank Stadium.
Local businessman, Danny Farrar, joined the Morning News Express, to discuss a non-partisan called “Bear the Burden” which raises awareness about the dangers of business closures in the wake of COVID-19. Listen now, ON-DEMAND!
Born in DC, was brought home to live on 550 in Woodsboro, and then my parents decided to move to the west side of town on Gravel Hill Road, and I haven’t left. Well OK, I did move out of my folks’ house. At their request, I guess 35 was long enough time to be sponging off of Mom & Dad! I still live in Woodsboro to this day!
Ryan serves as the Co-Host on the Morning News Express at WFMD. He started in radio when he was just 17 years old, doing sports and news for his high school radio station. Ryan spent several years at WFMD in Frederick, Maryland before moving to New York, where he worked at WBEN in Buffalo. In 2016, while working at WIBW-AM in Topeka Kansas, Hedrick earned the Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) award for Major Market enterprise reporting. Hedrick grew up in Southern California where he attended Cal State University of Northridge.