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  • DISTRICT 3 TOURNAMENT First Round

    DISTRICT 3 TOURNAMENT BOYS AAAA Wednesday Feb. 18th First Round Dallastown 55 York 86 Reading 64 Conestoga Valley 53 McCaskey 58 Penn Manor 64 Gettysburg 46 Harrisburg 62 Red Land 54 Hempfield 35 Cedar Cliff 49 Wilson 46 Mechanicsburg 39 C....
  • District 3 Basketball Quarterfinals

    Friday, February 20th Boys Triple "AAA" Susquehanna Twp.  72  vs.  Lancaster Catholic  57     Eastern York  62   vs.  Steel-High  50        Boiling Springs   57   vs.  Wyomissing  61 York Suburban   57  vs.  New Oxford    30   Boys Single...
  • State Police Investigate Burglary at Faith Mennonite High School

    State Police Investigate Burglary at Faith Mennonite High School
    State Police are investigating a burglary that occurred at the Faith Mennonite High School on the 5000 block of Woodland Drive in Salisbury Township. The schools security system was activated around 1:30 this morning, alerting police to the burglary....
  • Lancaster MCC Volunteer Among Those Killed In Afghanistan

    Lancaster MCC Volunteer Among Those Killed In Afghanistan
    The Mennonite Central Committee ( MCC) has confirmed one of their own was among those gunned down in a recent Taliban attack. 40-year old Glen D. Lapp, a Mennonite Central Committee worker was on a mission in Afghanistan. The United States Embassy...
  • The simpler life

    The Amish country of central Illinois is about as far away from Chicago as you can get without resorting to time travel. The area around the towns of Arcola, Arthur and Sullivan has much more than Amish farms, though. You'll find a museum dedicated to...
  • The loneliness of the pacifist

    Many of us depend on some kind of psychic gyroscope to keep our lives on track. A deeply personal symbol or totem of what we feel matters, it steers us through the rough times. It might be love of country, or the more restricted patriotism of allegiance...
  • Religious groups joined forces to help Hurricane Andrew's victims

    Shortly after the winds stopped screaming and the patio chairs stopped flying, Pastor Joseph Coats and his family hurried to Glendale Baptist Church. Hurricane Andrew, they found, had ruined the sanctuary. The roof had been staved in by a wind-driven...