All posts tagged "featured"

  • In a recent family photo, Kristin (Harris) Peifer is shown with her husband, Jamie, and daughter, Stella.
    Whatever happened to …Kristin Harris

    In the fall of 2000, senior Kristin (Harris) Peifer and her teammates on the Warwick field hockey team entered the season with high expectations. They reached them in extraordinary fashion. In a magical run, the Lady Warriors...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • Chip Herr has earned three wins and a third-place finish in his first four races this year.
    Chip-ping away at a championship

    Chip Herr still recalls a conversation that he had with his grandfather when he was 10 years old. Chances are, the 2001 Warwick grad always will. “He said, ‘Find something you love to do and figure out...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • Gary Schreckengost
    From Fallujah to Harrisburg

    Schreck, local Democrats gear up for November Local Democratic candidates running in the November election converged last week at the Eicher Arts Center in Ephrata. The event was officially a fundraiser for Bryan Sanguinito who is running...

    • Posted August 12, 2014
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    Cruise of a lifetime

    A trip to the Caribbean transforms Lititz doctor into steel drum authority To most people, the hypnotic rhythm of steel drums conjures images of the Caribbean with swaying palms and ocean breezes. For Larry Murr, Ph.D., it...

    • Posted August 12, 2014
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  • LR20140807_CYardSale6
    Finding my sea legs

    A yard sailing adventure Yard and garage sales may be the last bastion of old-fashioned commerce, bazaar-style haggling of wares void of the sticky hands of government taxation and regulation. Let’s hope our elected officials don’t get...

    • Posted August 12, 2014
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  • ‘Smash’-ing success

    Nearly 650 teams compete in annual volleyball tournament   You’ve all seen the time-lapse photography of a sunset/sunrise, people filing into a stadium and the construction of a building or structure. Well, picture this. The first court...

    • Posted August 6, 2014
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  • The endless journey

    Every day is a great day for grilling Grilled and grilling, but not grill; that’s what we use to enjoy the former. They are words we hear often. Grilled meats and fish, grilled veggies, even wood-fired breads...

    • Posted July 30, 2014
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    Trapped by a trunk

    House loses to tree, but homeowner escapes with only minor injuries The little frame ranch-style house along the 200 block of West 28th Division Highway was no match for the 100-foot-tall tree in last week’s powerful storm. As...

    • Posted July 30, 2014
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  • “Linkage,” by Patrick Seufert, received the Best of Show award Saturday afternoon.
    Paint by numbers

    125 fine artists exhibit in Lititz Springs Park Mitzi Hall waited on Saturday afternoon for the customer who would walk into her stand and be stopped dead in their tracks. “Art makes people feel,” she said, gesturing...

    • Posted July 30, 2014
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  • Sometimes, when you want something done right you do it yourself. That's the approach Mary Read (center) is taking with her diagnosis of Young Onset Alzheimer's. She is pictured here with her sister Diane Shee and mother Mary Jane Howard. (photo by Merriell Moyer)
    Who cares?

    Young Alzheimer’s victim takes matters into her own hands “It was four years ago when I lost my job as a nurse in a doctor’s office. Every time I went into work I got yelled at, laughed...

    • Posted July 30, 2014
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