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Kids With Food Allergies Get Alternative Option for Enjoying Halloween

Trick-or-treat will be observed in municipalities throughout the county from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 31. Instead of the traditional door-to-door search for treats, Northwest Emergency Medical Services is offering an alternative at its facilities in Elizabethtown and Manheim. The emergency services provider is participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project, offering a no-food alternative […]

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Categories CommunityE-Town CollegeFeaturedSchool

Elizabethtown College Adding Concentrations in Civil, Biomed Engineering

Elizabethtown College engineering students now have the opportunity to be part of industries that directly shape society and improve lives. In addition to electrical, environmental, mechanical, and industrial and systems engineering already at Elizabethtown, the college now offers accredited engineering degrees with a choice of civil or biomedical engineering concentrations for graduation in 2022. Civil […]

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New Book Documents History of Eastern Mennonite U.

When Eastern Mennonite University commissioned scholar Donald Kraybill to write a book about the school’s first 100 years, he said he wanted poetic license to look at the history through a sociological and theological lens. What emerged is a book that exposes the school’s warts as well as its highlights. “I would call it an […]

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Elizabethtown Catholics, Lutherans Commemorate Reformation of 1517

In a first-of-its-kind event, members of Elizabethtown’s St. Peter Catholic Church and Christ Lutheran Church made plans to gather together for a meal and vesper service to mark what is being called a commemoration — not a celebration —  of the Reformation sparked by Martin Luther. On Oct. 31, 1517, Luther nailed his “Disputation on […]

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EAHS Students Grudi, Hoover Honored by Rotary

Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Kayla Grudi and Logan Hoover were named the Elizabethtown Rotary Club’s students of the month for October. Grudi and Hoover were honored for their high academic achievement and extensive involvement in school, and community service activities. Grudi is the daughter of Walter and Kelly Grudi of Elizabethtown. She is a […]

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Categories BasketballEAHS BearsField HockeySportsWrestling

Three Inducted Into EAHS Athletic Hall of Fame

Janlle Garber (left), Michael Sernoffsky (middle) and Jenna Ahern (right) were recognized for their induction into the Elizabethtown Area High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 20, before Elizabethtown’s football game against Garden Spot. Garber scored 1,190 points in her Elizabethtown basketball career. She was a Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star and Co-MVP her senior […]

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Categories Boys SoccerEAHS BearsSports

League Triumph, Then District Disaster

Elizabethtown boys soccer won a second consecutive Lancaster-Lebanon League championship, and its third in four years, with a 2-0 victory over previously undefeated Lancaster Mennonite at Warwick’s Grosh Field on Thursday, Oct. 19. “It means a lot to the program. Obviously, me as an old coach, I relish the opportunity to see boys win on […]

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Categories EAHS BearsFootballSports

Shank Connects On Game-Winning Field Goal; Football Wins on Final Play for Second Consecutive Week

Elizabethtown trailed by two points on their own 4-yard line with 3:15 remaining before the offense was able to set up kicker David Shank for a game-winning field goal to defeat Garden Spot 16-14. This was the second consecutive week that Elizabethtown won on the final play of the game. The defense forced a game-ending […]

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Categories EAHS BearsSportsVolleyball

Volleyball Loses in Semis; Shifts Focus to Districts

Elizabethtown lost one match in its first 13 matches, but is now 1-2 in its last three matches, which spans the regular season and postseason. Elizabethtown, the Section Two girls volleyball champions, defeated Cocalico, the Section Three runner-up, 3-0 (25-23, 25-19, 25-13) in the first round of the Lancaster-Lebanon League playoffs on Saturday, Oct. 21. […]

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Categories FeaturedNewsPolice & Fire

Man Gets Felony Charges Over Drugs, Fleeing From Police

An Elizabethtown man is accused of running from police who showed up at his home to arrest him on outstanding warrants, then throwing away a digital scale and bag containing illegal drugs and packaging supplies. Raymond J. Moszcienski, 28, whose address was listed in court papers at an apartment on East Park Street between Market […]

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