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Train Display, an Annual Community Tradition, Set to Open Shortly in Library

What is billed as the largest non-permanent, seasonal train display in the United States is slated to open for the holidays on Saturday, Dec. 1, in the lower level of the Elizabethtown Public Library, 10 S. Market St. A tradition stretching back to the 1990s, the Library has served as the location for the annual […]

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Fair Leader Nolt Lauded at Meeting of Festivals

At the International Association of Fairs and Expositions 128th Annual Convention, Sally Nolt of the Elizabethtown Fair was one of five volunteers presented with the Heritage Award, sponsored by Haas & Wilkerson Insurance. The four-day convention started Sunday, Nov. 25, in San Antonio, Texas. Carol Porter of Haas & Wilkerson Insurance announced and presented the […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Congress Should Pass a New Farm Bill Before 2018 Ends

By ANNA JOHNSON Congress has only a few days left in 2018 to pass legislation. Adopting a strong, new farm bill should be at the top of their list. Lawmakers should approve a farm bill that includes closing loopholes in commodity payments, renewing major conservation programs, and continuing programs that offer support to rural communities […]

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Letter to the Editor: We Need a President With Human Dignity, Empathy

Political debates and differences remain high, but whether you’re a nonsupporter of President Donald Trump or a supporter, it’s glaringly evident to me that we have a president who has problems with common human dignity and empathy. That’s exhibited by the countless words and actions, or nonactions, we repeatedly witness — ranging from worldwide offenses […]

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