Mock Or Not?
Hershey senior Mallory Royer (above) is in distress over the apparent death of fellow senior Danny Reeves in a mock prom night crash. With the help of first responders, gruesome accidents were staged at both Hershey and Palmyra (right) high schools to show how one wreck can affect the lives of many. Photos: Nathan Merkel. Full Story
More Tax Hikes
Homeowners in Derry Township School District are likelytoseea1percentincreaseintheirpropertytaxbills next year.
That increase – which would amount to $18 on a property valued at $100,000 – was part of the 2015-2016 budget package presented at the district’s “Budget Forum” held April 22. Full Story
Help Schools, Mandate Reform
Sure signs of spring in the Commonwealth include blooming forsythia, road crews patching potholes and the Pennsylvania General Assembly squabbling with the governor over the state budget. This year the state budget gridlock could be worse than ever with sweeping proposals for reconfiguring property and income taxes. Full Story
Jessica Robbins Weds Cole Conway
Jessica M. Robbins of Elizabethtown and Cole C. Conway of Hummelstown were united in marriage Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hummelstown.
The bride is the daughter of Deb Rozanski of Elizabethtown. The groom is the son of Ron and Theresa Conway of Hummelstown. Full Story
Sun Country Savories
TruckTrek, a food truck festival hosted by Palmyra Area Business Association, promises an array of food on wheels and an arts festival Saturday, May 9, from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
It’s located between 100 and 400 West Cherry Street, in front of Palmyra Area Middle School between Railroad and Mark streets. Full Story
Psalm 34 is a heart warming cure for those who are going through hard trials. The Psalm is the testimony of David, who was discovered by the mighty spiritual leader of Israel, Samuel. David went from a shepherd boy to later become the most capable king in Israel’s history. The Lord Himself rated David as number one, 1 Kings 15:5. Full Story
Falcons Wrangle Wildcats to Take 1st
The Falcons (12-1) climbed into the top spot of the Keystone Division on Monday, April 27, with a 2-1 victory over Mechanicsburg that became the Wildcats’ first division loss.
Two costly errors by the Cats resulted in firstand third-inning runs for LD that was just enough when the visitors scored only once in the top of the seventh. Full Story
LD, Palmyra Meet For Div.
Track and Field Wrap
Rival Mid-Penn Keystone Division girls’ track teams Lower Dauphin and Palmyra meet Thursday, April 30, at LD with the division title at stake.
Thanks to a seasonopening 75-75 tie with Hershey, the Falcons need to win to gain a half-game advantage over the Cougars. Chances are, it won’t be easy. Full Story
Newton N. Myers
Newton Nelson Myers, age 60, of Hershey, and formerly of Shirleysburg, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, April 25, 2015, as a result of a farming accident near his brother’s farm near Shirleysburg.
Born on April 12, 1955, he was the son of the late Elmer and Joan (Shope) Myers. Full Story
Adeline M. (Bonawitz) Yanoscak
Adeline M. Yanoscak, 96, passed away Friday, April 24, 2015, in the Middletown Home.
Born on Jan. 30, 1919, in South Hanover Township, she was a daughter of the late Daniel P. and Elizabeth J. (Ebersole) Bonawitz. Full Story
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