Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Without Even Trying, I’ve Been Elected to Work at Polling Place

Some of you may not realize the people who work at your polling place on Election Day are themselves elected by you, the voter. They volunteer in the sense that they make themselves available as candidates and technically can “run” for office (although the chance of seeing their names on yard signs is slim). They […]

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Categories CommunityNews

Barn Raising, Crime, Creek Cleanup Made July News

July began with the Independence Day weekend barn raising at Ironstone Ranch. The historic Star Barn had been dismantled at it original location near Middletown and was re-assembled at the ranch in West Donegal Township just outside Elizabethtown Borough. The 19th century structure had been vacant and decaying since the 1990s along busy Route 283. […]

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Categories CommunityNews

Graduation, Tornado Warning, River Event Mishap Marked News of June

June began with an unusually brief meeting of the Elizabethtown Borough Council; the public meeting on June 1 adjourned after three minutes. In that period, two borough residents thanked the borough government for acting on requests to close Spruce Street during the Memorial Day parade and to post a new 25 mph speed limit on […]

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