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EAHS Graduation Speakers: Don’t Forget Where You Came From, Fight for Your Dreams

Student speakers at Elizabethtown Area High School’s 2018 graduation urged their classmates not to forget where they came from and to believe in their dreams. “Graduates, as we move on and up to our different futures, remember your roots in this town, in this school,” valedictorian Erin Kraskewicz said. “When you’re stuck in traffic on […]

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Categories CommunityFeaturedNews

Book Sale to Help Mount Joy Library

The Friends of Milanof-Schock Library in Mount Joy plans to hold its annual book sale at Donegal High School on Koser Road in Mount Joy. The event features loads of hardback and paperback books, as well as DVDs, and CDs. Those planning to attend are asked to bring their own shopping bags and boxes. Preview […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Change the Constitution to Get Big Money Out of Politics

During the 2016 election, nearly $6.5 billion was spent by political parties, candidates and political action committees. Polling shows that 80 percent of the American public believes corporations shouldn’t have the same rights as people. Already in the 2018 election season, we have a Paul Ryan-affiliated super PAC with an office in Lancaster. The Koch […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Advocate’s Coverage of Global Religion News Welcome

As a weekly reader of The Elizabethtown Advocate, I find your weekly news coverage to be both readable and thoroughly informative on many levels from your recent local coverage of the Elizabethtown Memorial Day Service and Parade held on Monday, May 28, to your current coverage of global news on the religious front. The AP […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Letter Misrepresents Medicaid Work Mandate Legislation

A bill we supported that is designed to benefit Pennsylvanians who are working toward financial independence was misrepresented in a letter to the editor by Dwight Eichelberger (“Bill Would Cut Cheap Coverage,” Advocate, May 31). To correct these inaccuracies, the facts are clear: Adding Medicaid work requirements for able-bodied individuals – those who aren’t disabled, […]

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Lancaster County’s Comprehensive Plan Available for Public Comment

The Lancaster County Planning Commission has announced the release of the Preliminary Public Draft of places2040, the new Lancaster County comprehensive plan. The plan is available for public review and comment at www.places2040.com. The comprehensive plan is a vision for the future of Lancaster County and serves as an advisory policy document for decision makers regarding […]

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