Ho, Ho, Haul It!
The coming of winter weather couldn’t stop the holiday celebrations across Sun Country, including Palmyra’s big “Mush in the Slush,” which included the CrossFit Hershey Love B Full Story
DTSD Rehires Donna
On Nov. 18, in a 5-3 vote, the Derry Township School Board rejected Donna Cronin as a volunteer assistant lacrosse coach for the upcoming spring season. Full Story
There are things you cannot say.
For example, no matter what your wife tells you, you cannot say “you looked better in the blue dress” on the way to a party.
A politician cannot say “you’re going to pay more and get less” if they ever want to get elected. Full Story
Piper Treece Weds Justin Angert
Piper Treece of Hershey and Justin Angert of Chciora were married Aug. 17, 2013, at Bakerstown United Methodist Church, Gibsonia. The marriage was blessed on Sept. 28, 2013, at Christ the Saviour Orthodox Church, Harrisburg. Full Story
Aimee Achorn Weds Scott Fasnacht
Aimee Victoria Achorn, daughter of George and Mary Ann Achorn, and Scott Michael Fasnacht, son of Clair and Dorothy Fasnacht, were married at Sell Chapel, Elizabethown, on Nov. 10, 2012, with Reverends Kurt Strause and David Birch presiding.
Music was performed by Jane Kauffman Brye, Lew Bryson, and Elise Fasnacht, niece of the groom. Full Story
A good sign of a healthy nation is its citizens’ zealous patriotism. Could you define or describe the word “patriot”? The Greek word “patrios” is “father.” A patriot is warmly attached to the spirit of his forefathers. A patriot is strongly loyal to this wisdom, goodness, and outstanding character of the founders of his nation. Full Story
Lower Dauphin Runs into Catholic ‘Buzz Saw’
PIAA Football Playoffs
The state’s No. 1 ranked Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings proved that honor was well deserved in Saturday’s, Dec. 7, 45-0 victory over Lower Dauphin in the PIAA Class AAAA semifinal game at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona. Full Story
Dave Wuestner’s comment put Saturday’s PIAA Class AAAA football semifinal into perspective for me.
After Lower Dauphin was flattened 45-0 by Pittsburgh Central Catholic in Altoona’s chilly Mansion Park, Wuestner said, “It was like playing a Pittsburgh all-star team.” Full Story
Charles R. Hawthorne
Charles R. Hawthorne, 71, of Harrisburg passed away Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, at home.
Born on Sept. 26, 1942, in Hummelstown, he was a son of the late Russell W. and Myrtle C. (Oatman) Hawthorne and was also preceded in death by siblings Ann, Russell, William and Frank.
A retired meat cutter from Giant Foods, he was a hunter and avid golfer. Full Story
Elizabeth A. Miller
Elizabeth A. (Brickhill) Miller, 88, formerly of Palmyra passed away Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.
Born on Jan. 17, 1925, in Fall River, Massachusetts, she was a daughter of the late James and Catherine (Powers) Brickhill. Full Story