He Is Not Done
A Man, A Mission
“I never met him. I wasn’t born when he left, but I knew him,” Diane Olson said of her uncle, Ken Stuck, whose remains were interred in the family plot in Hummelstown Cemetery on Saturday, Jan. 30. Full Story
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Our Laila Barrada – a Milton Hershey School student now living in Spain as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student – wonders whether to come home … Full Story
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Q: Who writes all those goofy headlines in your paper? A: Uh, me. Q: Can you be fired? A: Can Jerry Jones be fired? Q: Who? A: Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, the guy who keeps making goofy personnel decisions. Full Story
Abbey Dewey Weds Craig Young
Friends and family gathered in Sonoma, California, on Oct. 24, 2015, to celebrate the marriage of Mary Abigail (Abbey) Dewey to Craig MacKay Young.
The late afternoon ceremony took place at the Youngs’ home in Healdsburg under a custom altar built by the groom and his brother, Chris, who served as Best Man. Full Story
Jude is the last of the epistles to appear in the New Testament. It is directed at Hebrew saints, assuming its readers were familiar with Old Testament history. Full Story
One of the most wildly popular phrases for this generation of American youth has been “keep it 100”.
Though a slang term, the phrase packs some serious meaning. Keeping it 100 translates to working hard at perfecting a skill or goal, to staying committed to what one does. Full Story
Spartans Fall in D3 Playoffs
Jim Taylor teaches his Milton Hershey wrestlers to never back down from a challenge, even when the odds are stacked against them.
In their District 3-AAA playoff match against Spring Grove on Feb. 2, the Spartans received a prime opportunity to put Taylor’s teaching to practice. Full Story
Waneta R. Bechtel
Waneta R. Hixon Bechtel, 75, of Hummelstown, passed away Friday, Jan. 29, 2016, at Frey Village Retirement Center.
Born in Warfordsburg, Fulton County, on Aug. 13, 1940, she was the daughter of the late John and Emma Barney Hixon. Full Story
James Lee Swartz
James Lee Swartz, 74, formerly of Hummelstown, passed away Jan. 30, 2016, in Manor Care of Elizabethtown. He was born on Dec. 20, 1941, in Hummelstown, the son of the late Ross and Bertha E. (Buffington) Swartz . Full Story
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