All posts tagged "featured"

  • While being guarded by Ephrata’s Dilyn Becker, Warwick’s Bryan Rottkamp protects the ball and looks to pass the ball to a teammate in the Warriors’ 47-45 win last Wednesday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Five straight: Warriors improve to 5-1

    The Warwick boys had two streaks on the line last Friday night. One they wanted. The other they didn’t. Extending through all of last year, the Warriors had dropped 11 straight Section One games. But it didn’t...

    • Posted December 21, 2016
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    Electric avenues: local Christmas lights shine bright

    Throughout the month, we’ve been asking readers to spotlight their favorite Christmas light displays in our coverage area. A nighttime drive around town shows there is no shortage of holiday spirit here. Here are a few that...

    • Posted December 21, 2016
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  • Members of the Manheim Central High School at the FFA National Convention. Shown (left to right) are Danielle Fittery, Holly Musser, and Kole Hollinger. (Photo provided by MCHS)
    MC ag students honored in Vegas

      The Manheim Young Farmer Adult Education Program in Manheim is one of only six programs nationwide that received the 2016 National Association of Agricultural Educators Outstanding Postsecondary/Adult Agricultural Education Program Award. The award was presented at...

    • Posted December 21, 2016
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  • Rolling Hills Daisey Troop 71446 sings carols at the General Sutter Inn.
    Sounds of the Season

     

    • Posted December 14, 2016
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  • Three years ago, Rick Motz decided to kick his display up a few notches by adding music to his light show. Before that it was just lots of colored lights glittering in the wintry night.
    It’s the Motz wonderful time of the year

    Wendy and Rich Motz were not expecting hundreds of visitors to their Laurel Avenue home on Dec. 3. They had cookies and hot chocolate all ready for the huge crowd that gathered outside their house for the...

    • Posted December 14, 2016
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    Walt Popejoy, owned Benner’s Pharmacy, dies

    Walter C. Popejoy, better known as “Walt,” the man who owned and operated Benner’s Pharmacy at 40 E. Main St. for nearly 30 years, died at home Monday in the company of his family. He was 72....

    • Posted December 14, 2016
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  • Madeline Erickson with the German stars and feather trees she crafts At The Christmas folk Art Show. (Photos by Rochelle Shenk)
    Holiday traditions continue, begin in Manheim

    Christmas in Manheim celebrations continued this past weekend with two events — the Manheim Historical Society’s Christmas Folk Art Show and the Lancaster Liederkranz’s Christkindlmarkt. The Christmas Folk Art Show has become a holiday tradition for both artisans...

    • Posted December 14, 2016
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  • Max Isernia buys old audio equipment, works his magic on it, and sells it to his appreciative buyers.
    The sound man of Manheim: Vintage and high-end audio shop opens downtown

    Adriano Isernia has always loved music. He grew up around it; his uncle is a singer and all his siblings can sing and play instruments. “I haven’t met an Italian that doesn’t sing or play,” said Isernia....

    • Posted December 9, 2016
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  • Warwick grad Liz Wenger (left), a Georgetown junior center back, outraces Virginia’s Veronica Latsko to the ball. Wenger played a key role in helping the Lady Hoyas’ defense record a single-season program record 17 shutouts this season. Photo courtesy of Georgetown Sports Information
    Season of firsts for Wenger, Lady Hoyas

    After winning Big East title, GU suffers heartbreaker in NCAAs Multiple times, the Georgetown University women had gotten close. But the Big East Tournament title had proven elusive for the Lady Hoyas’ soccer team in 2012 and...

    • Posted December 7, 2016
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    Community tree lighting

    In covering last Friday’s Christmas in the Park tree lighting, photographer Dennis Bicksler noted, “What a beautiful evening and a great crowd. It felt like a movie set with all the people singing carols. Bill Dussinger did...

    • Posted December 7, 2016
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