Categories EAHS BearsFeaturedSportsVolleyball

Boys Volleyball Falls to Lancaster Mennonite, Finishes 2nd in Tournament

The Elizabethtown Area High School boys volleyball team stepped up in a big way, taking two of the best teams in the state to the limit, albeit in different circumstances. The team hosted the Elizabethtown Varsity Challenge Tournament in Daubert Gym on Saturday, April 28. With 10 teams in attendance, the field was split into […]

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Categories EAHS BearsFeaturedSportsTrack And Field

EAHS Girls Track & Field Still Undefeated; Locker Does Well at Penn Relays

The track and field season kept rolling for both teams at Elizabethtown Area High School with another meet, along with a couple of outside appearances at invitational events.The team traveled to Manheim Central on Monday, April 30, with the girls winning 93-58 to stay unbeaten on the year, and the boys losing 91-59. Elizabethtown’s girls got […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: November Election Will Offer Distinct Choices to Voters

If you don’t like minorities, immigrants, the poor, the sick, the disabled or the elderly, vote for Republicans in November. If you don’t like public schoolteachers, college professors, intelligent women, scientists, union members, FBI agents or any journalist who doesn’t work for Fox News, vote for Republicans in November. If you don’t like schoolchildren who protest […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: James Buchanan’s Ranking Among America’s Presidents

James Buchanan, our nation’s 15th president, has been a hot topic in the news lately. Donald Walters, Temple University professor emeritus and former tour guide at Wheatland, wrote an excellent column which appeared in the LNP on April 28. In this article Mr. Walters asked this question: “Was Buchanan our worst president?” As a student […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Editorial: Politicians Need to Hear From All Citizens, Not a Select Few

Democracy is messy. Dictators do not have to worry much about the opinions of those they govern; as long as things run smoothly enough, it will discourage open revolt. But elected officials should listen to their constituents – all of them, not just people selected in advance for their civility. Our longtime congressman, Joe Pitts, […]

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