Categories CommunityFeaturedNews

Winters Heritage House Exhibit Features Quilt From 1939 World’s Fair

The 28th annual May Quilt Show runs throughout the month of May at the Winters Heritage House Museum in Elizabethtown. The show includes approximately 30 quilts, as well as one especially unique and wonderful quilt that was made for and exhibited at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York. Created by Hummelstown resident Emma Hoerner, […]

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Categories E-Town CollegeFeaturedNewsSchool

E-Town College Prof Recognized for Her Mentoring

The 2018-2019 Polanowski Prize for Excellence in Faculty-Student Advising and Mentorship recipient is Anya Goldina, assistant professor of biology at Elizabethtown College. “I am honored and humbled to receive this award,” Goldina said. “Since the beginning of my career at Elizabethtown College I have heard about the incredible impact that Dr. (Frank) Polanowski had on […]

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Categories Elizabethtown Area School DistrictFeaturedNewsSchoolSchool Events

Students Help Stock Streams With Trout

Elizabethtown Area High School’s Aquatics Resources class recently helped the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission stock local streams to help ensure a successful trout season for local fishermen. Working alongside Officer Jeffrey Schmidt, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s waterways conservation officer for Lancaster County, the students released rainbow and brown trout into local streams including […]

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Categories Elizabethtown Area School DistrictFeaturedSchool Events

‘Do the Right Thing’ Awards Presented to EASD Students for Their Good Deeds

Two Elizabethtown Area School District students were recently recognized as “Do the Right Thing” recipients. Recipients are Sara Yowell, a seventh-grade student at Elizabethtown Area Middle School, recognized for being the only student to help a cafeteria worker clean up a spill, and Devlin Dowhower, a Mill Road Elementary kindergarten student recognized for turning in […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Editorial: Train Station Should Be Fixed; Amtrak Is Out of Excuses Now

How long can it possibly take to replace a fire alarm system? The elevators at Elizabethtown’s train station have been closed since March 21 along with the station building because the fire alarm system sustained water damage and cannot be repaired. Without a working fire alarm, the elevators and station building do not meet building […]

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