Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Donegal High School’s Musical Was of Professional Caliber

Donegal High School’s performing arts presentation of “Beauty and the Beast” was by far one of the best musical presentations I have ever seen! I am a Fulton Theatre season ticket-holder, and I dare say the students’ performance was equal to if not better than the paid professionals. It is very rewarding to see our young […]

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Letter to the Editor: How Low Can Liberals Go With Corrupt Moral Compass?

I am sure the last couple of years have been agonizing for liberals. While focusing on nonexistent Russian collusion to get rid of President Donald Trump, they lost their self-proclaimed moral high ground. Their mainstream media collaborators, Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose as well as others, were fired for sexual harassment. Their many big donors […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Candidate Describes Why She’s Running for Pa. Legislature

It’s time to drain the swamp on the Susquehanna. In Harrisburg, legislators are beholden to few rules when it comes to transparency. There is no limit to the gifts they can accept or to their campaign contributions. They can spend discretionary money without itemized receipts, and select their own voters to keep their seats safe […]

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Categories E-Town CollegeFeaturedNews

Renowned Religious Scholar Karen Armstrong to Give Ware Lecture at Elizabethtown College

Elizabethtown College features as its 2018 Ware Lecturer on Peacemaking, Karen Armstrong, a religious historian whose books have been translated into 45 languages. The lecture focuses on “Leading a Compassionate Life” and takes place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, in the College’s Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. The lecture is free and open to […]

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Categories CommunityElizabethtown Area School DistrictNewsSchoolSchool Events

EAHS Students Perform at All-County Orchestra Festival

Nine students from Elizabethtown Area High School performed at the 2018 Lancaster- Lebanon Music Educators Association All-County Orchestra Festival. Senior Carissa Warren (horn), juniors Sean Brown (violin), Lexis Ferree (violin), Ryan Minnich (violin) and Mayelin Ebersole (viola), sophomores Claire Fritz (violin), Vicky Chan (violin), Sam Becker (string bass) and Ethan Lown (string bass) joined more […]

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Categories CommunityElizabethtown Area School DistrictFeaturedNewsSchoolSchool Events

EAHS Student Wins Award in NASA Art Contest

Elizabethtown Area High School sophomore Veronica Mautner received an honorable mention at the 10th grade level for her art submission into the 2018 NASA Langley Student Art Contest. Mautner was the only student from Pennsylvania to receive an award in the prestigious national competition. A panel of five highly qualified judges from the art community […]

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Categories E-Town CollegeFeaturedNews

New Dean Named at College’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies

After 18 years at Elizabethtown College, Barbara Randazzo, will resign her position as dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, a position she has held for the past three years. Rachel Finley-Bowman, associate professor and chair in the Department of Education, begins her duties as dean of the School of Continuing and Professional […]

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Categories E-Town CollegeFeaturedNews

Construction Starting on College Fitness Center

High Construction announced that it received a $21 million contract for Elizabethtown College’s new Bowers Center for Sports, Fitness and Well-Being. The new facility will be located on the college’s campus, off East Cedar Street in Elizabethtown. “After several months of collaboration with the college, CannonDesign, and other project team members during the preconstruction phase, […]

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