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The American painter Jackson Pollock was known for using unorthodox items like sticks, hardened brushes and even basting syringes to create his abstract expressionist works of art. The students in … more
Lower Dauphin Alumni Association honored five for contributions to the district and community during the Homecoming football game Friday, Oct. 27, followed with a reception the next day at Cassel … more
Jacob Spear and Shelby Luther are the November Students of the Month for Middletown Area High School. Jacob is the son of Mitch and Debbie Spear. School activities include serving as class … more
Middletown Area School Board will have one new face as a result of the Nov. 7 general election. Julie L. Gomboc-Turyan, of the 900 block of Adelia Street in Middletown, was elected to a two-year … more
Twin brothers Miles and Mitchell Miscevich surpassed their wildest dreams by raising $400 to help those affected by hurricanes this year. The brothers, fourth-graders at Reid Elementary School in … more
Derek Brooks had the opportunity to hold a sheep brain, watch others try to walk with an ankle bracelet attached to their leg, and see the effects heroin has on users at “Drugs 101: What Parents … more
For nearly 20 years, Tracy Brown has answered the call when he’s been asked to do so. It’s a trait needed by a soldier. On Friday, Nov. 10, Brown once again responded in a time of … more
The Lower Dauphin Board of School Directors appointed high school junior Cassandra McIntire to serve as associate student school board representative Oct. 16. She will serve beside high school … more
In addition to their performances at football games, community parades and school functions, the Middletown Area High School Blue Wave Marching Band competed in the Tournament of Bands sponsored by … more
Lower Dauphin Superintendent Sherri Smith recently received the 2017 PASA Award for Leadership in Public Education. The award is co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Association of School … more
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