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  • Penryn’s corn maze with a message, created by members of Jerusalem Church, will be open to the 
public Oct. 18 from 1 to 5 p.m. during their Disguise & Prize event. (Photo by Heather A Johnson Photography)
    Corn maze is highlight of safe Halloween event

    Jerusalem Church, 1620 Newport Road, Manheim, has opened a corn maze designed and created by a team of church members. The maze will be free and open to the public during the church’s upcoming “Disguise & Prize”...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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    Brooks, Steedle will marry in January

    Kristen Brooks, Lancaster, and Travis Steedle, Lititz, recently announced that they will wed. Kristen is the daughter of Richard and Terrie Brooks, of Lancaster. She is a graduate of Hempfield High School and Shippensburg University. She is...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Seagoing Cowboys will be honored Oct. 25

    In 1938 Dan West, a relief worker, peace advocate and Church of the Brethren leader, decided to help starving people by rounding up cowboys across the country to ship dairy cattle to war-devastated countries. Today, the nonprofit...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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    Penryn author celebrates Ironmasters

    Take a walk down memory lane with Dick Martin while reading his third book, “The Ironmasters of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,” and learn all about the wilderness area of the county and the plantation lifestyle of the Pennsylvania...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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    2014 Polo Season Ends

    Sunday was Patron Appreciation Day and Awards Ceremony at the Lancaster Polo Club at Forney Field, Rothsville. Audrey VanLuvanee won an award for most valuable player of the year and Genie won for the best polo pony. ...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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    MCHS Homecoming Court

    Manheim Central High School recently chose its Homecoming Court from among the senior girls. Those picked were: front row (left to right) McKena Dunn, Bethany Dorwart, Jenna West, Mariah Dorwart and Maranda Moyer; back row (l-r) Brianna...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • John Hosler (6) goes up to head the ball to Baron teammate Tanner
Brenize in the L-L quarter-finals against Hempfield.
    Bears outlast Barons in OT

    One had to figure when Manheim Central and Elizabethtown met Tuesday in the L-L League Semifinals at Warwick that it was going to be a tightly-played, nail-biter until the end. After all, the teams had played to...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Hempfield shuts out MC 1-0 in L-L semi-finals

    Manheim Central field hockey coach Lisa McCoy gave credit where credit was due. Facing pesky defensive pressure from Section One runner-up Hempfield, the MC girls mustered only four shots at Lady Knight keeper Hollyn Barr. Hempfield didn’t...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Warwick’s Samantha Shields (right) and Amanda Graber (left) lead a pack of runners through the turn at Ephrata in Tuesday’s L-L League Championships.
    Warriors, Barons land top-10 finishes at Leagues

    The Section Two champion Manheim Central boys cross country team finished sixth in the Lancaster-Lebanon League Meet at Ephrata Tuesday afternoon. The Barons, coming off a 16-5 finish in the regular season, were led by senior Nate...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Warwick junior forward Delaney Ryan (right) battles a Donegal player for the ball in last Saturday’s L-L quarter-final round game at Elizabethtown.
    Second-half goals lift PM over Warwick in L-L semi-finals

    For about 48 minutes on Tuesday, Warwick played even – or better – against Penn Manor. It was that other 12 minutes that the Lady Warriors would like to have back. PM’s Madison Warfel and Bri Kline...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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