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EAHS Girls Basketball Loses to Cedar Crest, Tops Manheim Township

The Elizabethtown Area High School girls basketball team didn’t quite get out as good of a start to the season as planned. In spite of a three-game losing streak, however, the Lady Bears pulled off a huge upset victory to hopefully get back on track. The team hosted Cedar Crest in Daubert Gym on Friday, […]

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EAHS Boys Basketball Falls to Cedar Crest, Beats Manheim Township in Overtime

Perhaps no other sports team at Elizabethtown Area High School had a tougher start to the season than the boys basketball team. Of the four teams that the Bears have faced in their first five games, three made the District 3 playoffs last year. For them to come out of the fire with a 2-3 […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Don’t Thrust Holiday on Those Who Don’t Celebrate It

It’s the holiday season. The season for glad tidings, good cheer, spending time with loved ones, goodwill toward men — and religious discrimination in schools. Religious discrimination and judgment come as an accessory to the holidays for anyone who does not follow Christianity, the predominant religion in America. Come December, the radios on our public […]

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Letter to the Editor: Civility Will Improve President’s Public Image Dramatically

Dear Mr. President: I am a strong supporter of yours and the Republican Party. I appreciate your strong stands on immigration, taxes, the Paris climate accord, the Iran deal, North Korea and especially on prolife issues. Please note that the news media and our nation were thrilled with the life, character and speech of our […]

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Letters to the Editor: Letter Used Name-Calling Rather Than Solid Arguments

A letter in the Advocate (“Democrats Believed Kavanaugh Accusers, Not Bill Clinton’s,” Dec. 13) says that “Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee tried every vile trick in the books to destroy [Brett] Kavanaugh and his family … these monsters used dirty tricks more suited to the mob than the halls of government.” This attack […]

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Editorial: Elizabethtown Should Try an Experiment With Parking

Once again, the burlap bags are covering up the parking meters in downtown Elizabethtown. The idea is that by offering free parking, downtown retailers can encourage people to do their Christmas shopping downtown instead of at strip malls or online. The rest of the year, though, the meters are enforced. And one of the biggest […]

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