We Go Way Back
Chuck Brower, Cathy Brower, Carolyn Stoner and Michael Stadelmeier took The Sun to Greece, the cradle of democracy, and visited the Parthenon. To see more of your neighbors on vacation, see “Fun in The Sun” on Page 3. Full Story
Tragedy On 322
LD Student Dies
A Lower Dauphin Middle School student was killed Monday night, Oct. 5, on Route 322 near the Waltonville/ Quarry Road overpass.
Crisis counselors were at the school Tuesday morning to aid other students, and students at the school planned to honor the girl, 13-year-old Maggie Ross, by wearing “Under Armour and messy buns” at school. Full Story
The Western Gateway
Have you read Derry Township’s draft comprehensive plan?
Didn’t think so. Neither have I.
But our Charles Huth has, and he’s found, buried inside 183 pages of land use jargon, glimpses of the future, a future that will affect where you live, where you work and how you get from home to work, even if you don’t live in Derry Township. Full Story
Mindy English Weds Nick Smalley
Mindy English and Nick Smalley were married Aug. 8, 2015, at Seven Sorrows BVM Parish, Middletown, by Father Ted Keating.
The bride is the daughter of Dean and Susie English of Middletown. She is a 2006 graduate of Lower Dauphin High School and a graduate of Harrisburg Area Community College and Kaplan University. She is a Registered Nurse at Harrisburg Hospital. Full Story
Music, Food and Bier
The First Choctoberfest
The Downtown Hershey Association invites the community to its new fall celebration, Choctoberfest, on Saturday, Oct. 17, noon-6 p.m. in Chocolatetown Square. The event follows the final Farmers Market on Chocolate for the season which runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.. Full Story
While talking to an aged pastor recently he and I were looking back over the years we have pastored. We had to admit we ran into some wonderful soldiers of the Cross. One of them was an able scholar who taught in a college for years. He was not only brilliant but had a great sense of humor, despite the fact he was totally blind. Both of his eyes would move while he read his sermon text. Full Story
Palmyra used its defense to help put points on the board Friday, Oct. 2, for a 17-6 road win at Steel-High to remain in a three-way tie at 2-0 with Camp Hill and Middletown.
A first-quarter blocked punt by Mason Cooper in Steel- High territory set up a 26-yard field goal by Ethan Harro, his fifth of the year, that accounted for the only scoring in the first half. Full Story
Trojans Tromped By Bishop Mc’D
The Bishop McDevitt Crusaders cruised to a 42-7 victory over Hershey in front of a sparse crowd at Hersheypark Stadium on a windy, bone-chilling rainy Friday night Oct. 2 to remain undefeated midway through the season. Full Story
Donald E. Albright
Donald E. Albright, 77, of Palmyra and formerly of Elizabethtown passed away Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015.
Born on Oct. 5, 1937, in Hershey, he was a son of the late George W. and Kathryn D. (Keller) Albright and was also preceded in death by brothers Robert Albright and Kenneth Dale Albright.
He retired from AMP, Inc. and was a 1956 graduate of Hershey High School. Full Story
Ruth H. Cagnoli
Ruth H. Cagnoli, 86, of Hershey, passed away Sept. 28, 2015, in the Masonic Village, Elizabethtown, after a long battle with cancer.
She was born on Aug. 19, 1929, in Palmyra, daughter of the late Herbert and Edna (Reigle) Heisey. Full Story
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