All posts tagged "featured"

  • Olivia West and Scott Johnson (Photo by Alan Johnson)
    MCHS Prom night

         

    • Posted May 11, 2016
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  • The Warwick High School Show Choir
    Warwick choral concert pays tribute to Hollywood

    Show covers classics from ‘Happy Trails’ to ‘Jaws’ to ‘Footloose’ The community is invited to attend the Warwick High School spring choral concert, “Cinemagic…A Salute to Hollywood,” this Saturday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, May...

    • Posted May 11, 2016
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  • Players and coaches on the Warwick boys lacrosse team celebrate with the Ream Cup following their 9-4 win over Ephrata last Friday. It marked the first time they have won the Cup in consecutive years. Photo by Stan Hall
    Warriors repeat as Ream Cup winner

    It was a game of inches for the Warwick boys lacrosse team last Friday night. At least, in the first quarter anyway. Facing back-yard rival Ephrata, the Warriors hit the post a couple times early and were...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Manheim Central shortstop Tayler Lauver scoops up a throw from catcher LaChrishia Diffenderfer as Donegal’s Grace Miller slides into second with a stolen base during Monday’s game.
    Donegal pulls even with MC for second place

    As Manheim Central left fielder Jillian Wolgemuth could attest, there was a temptation to over-think against Donegal pitcher Makyla Yoder. The Lady Indians’ ace brought good velocity. And she had wicked movement on her pitches. “It’s hard...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Warrior first baseman Tim Griest looks a pickoff throw from pitcher Zach Peters into his glove in Warwick’s game against Penn Manor last Friday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Three-way stalemate in Section One race

    In his 21 years of coaching baseball, Penn Manor skipper Jim Zander was hard-pressed to recall many games like last Friday’s first-place showdown against Warwick. “There’s very few games that I’ve been associated with that have been...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Fine artist Carolyn Kilgore gave a lively presentation on pens and inks through the ages to a rapt audience at the April 28 meeting of the Lititz Art Association. Kilgore will be exhibiting her work for the 37th straight year at the association's 50th fine art outdoor show on July 30.
    ‘Gather ye goose feathers while ye may’

    Carolyn Kilgour entertained and informed members of the Lititz Art Association at their monthly meeting April 29 at the Lititz Public Library. She talked about pens. She talked about inks. And she talked about non-pen things that...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • Warwick softball players (front row, left to right) Alyssa Christi, Mackenzie Russell, Marissa Treibley, and Jenny Woolley. (Second row, l-r) Kate Seibert, Megan MacNair, Nicole Shirk, Jolyssa High, Amanda Herr, Catie Brubaker, and Lexi Leonard.
    Softball team cleans home base

    Members of the Warwick girls softball team were up bright and early Saturday morning, following a night of fundraising for cancer patients and their families at MiniTHON, to take part in this year’s downtown spring cleaning. They...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • EMS stabilize the neck of “injured” passenger Kayla Heiserman prior to transporting her to the ambulance
on a stretcher. (Photos by Alan Johnson)
    Mock accident cautions MCHS prom-goers

      Manheim Central High School staged a mock vehicle accident scene to educate junior and senior high students on the dangers associated with distracted driving and driving under the influence. Contributors to the event included student actors,...

    • Posted May 4, 2016
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  • LR20160428_RailTrail-crop
    Rail trail still on target for 2018

    Newport-to-Picnic Woods phase should be done by this fall The newest link in Warwick Township’s rails-to-trails path is well underway, eventually crossing Newport Road and traveling more than a mile to Picnic Woods Road. Right now, the...

    • Posted April 27, 2016
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  • The inaugural Historic Lititz Walking Tour was a collection of history enthusiasts with varied backgrounds. (Front, left to right) chocolatier Kathy Blankenbiller, tour guide Cory Van Brookhoven, Chris Bradley of New Zealand, retired teacher Betty Narkiewicz, (back row, l-r) Lititz couple Tris and Paul Griffin, retired school principal Joe Narkiewicz, and New Zealander Grant Bradley.
    Walk down memory lane: Van Brookhoven debuts new history tour

    On a bright spring morning, Cory Van Brookhoven took eight time travelers back to mid-18th century Lititz, where they stopped by the home of the town “bleeder” and learned about the rivalry over the tallest building in...

    • Posted April 27, 2016
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