All posts tagged "featured"

  • Manheim Central’s Jared Siegrist (left) fights off a shot from Penn Manor’s Jack Zimmerman in the L-L 170-pound finals last Saturday. Siegrist eventually won 19-9 to earn his third straight League gold. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Siegrist’s third L-L gold helps MC place second

      Prior to the season getting underway, Jared Siegrist made a list of goals he wanted to accomplish. Last Saturday, the Manheim Central senior wrestler crossed one off. Thanks to his dominant 19-9 conquest of Penn Manor’s...

    • Posted February 4, 2016
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  • Warwick’s Devin Schnupp (top) cradles Northern Lebanon’s Dustin Breidegan for a fall in 4:38 to win the L-L League’s 113-pound gold medal last Saturday night. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Schnupp makes it three L-L golds and eight Warriors place

      Warwick senior 113-pound wrestler Devin Schnupp still doesn’t feel like he’s peaking yet. Last Friday and Saturday at the L-L League Tournament, however, Schnupp sure seemed like he was at the top of his game. After...

    • Posted February 4, 2016
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    Warwick coach will be chili judge

    Warwick basketball coach Chris Christensen was recently added to the slate of judges for the Fire & Ice Chili Cook-off. He was a four-year member of the men’s basketball program at Shenandoah University from 2007-2011. After college,...

    • Posted February 3, 2016
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    Speedwell’s rebirth is a media darling, and a case study in legislative deal-making

    It wasn’t exactly a media circus, but it was definitely a bit of a party Tuesday morning when the slow rebirth of Speedwell Forge Lake began. At about 11 a.m., a work crew from the Pennsylvania Fish...

    • Posted February 3, 2016
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    Lititz loses a legend

    He helped design some of Lititz’s most cherished landmarks as we see them today. He was a business and civic leader, actively involved in the Ambucs, Warwick Ambulance, Lititz Historical Foundation, Linden Hall, the Lititz Moravian Church,...

    • Posted February 3, 2016
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    Lights out at Wilbur’s North Broad Street plant; building up for sale

    Wilbur Buds and the retail operation that sells them in downtown Lititz will continue, but workers employed at one of two Wilbur Chocolate plants in Lititz will be out of work when Cargill shuts down operations there...

    • Posted January 28, 2016
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    A bittersweet goodbye to our beloved chocolate factory

    History of an icon The story of Wilbur Chocolate originally began in Philadelphia in 1865, when Henry Oscar Wilbur entered into a candy making partnership with Samuel Croft. As Croft, Wilbur & Company, they primarily produced hard...

    • Posted January 28, 2016
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  • Lititz’s Ken Keener (fourth from left) and the 1968-69 Donegal boys basketball team that he coached to the District Three Triple-A Class B championship were inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Jan. 15. Shown here with Keener are (left to right) Steve Sload, John Shrum, Alan Rick Duarte, Tom Houseal, manager Bill Burris, Herb Hess, and Stan Tucker. Missing from photo are Bruce Sutter, Jeff Shenk, and captain Bob McCowin. (Photo by Louis C. McKinney Sr.)
    Keener, ‘69 District champs honored with HOF induction

      When the Warwick boys defeated Donegal 64-54 in the opening round of their Christmas Basketball Tournament in 1968, little did they know at the time what they had just accomplished. With Craig Wagaman on his way...

    • Posted January 28, 2016
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    Chief Seace to retire in June

    It was an agenda item that no one was looking forward to announcing. At the Jan. 26 meeting of Lititz Borough Council, council regretfully accepted the retirement of long-time Lititz Borough Police Chief William Seace. “This is...

    • Posted January 28, 2016
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    Was the Blizzard of 2016 a Lititz (R)ecord?

    Road crews in Lititz and neighboring townships have worked around the clock since last weekend’s storm dumped 20-plus inches of snow which winds whipped into drifts as high as five feet in isolated spots. Snow from Winter...

    • Posted January 28, 2016
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