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Bus America: Revelation of a Redneck

Quay HannaWhat do you think of when you hear the word “redneck"? Monster trucks? Tractor pulls? NASCAR? Trailer parks? Confederate flags? Quay Hanna may spark you to reexamine your thought process in this engaging, provocative, and frank … more

Dryer fire closes South Union

Firefighters battle a blaze caused when a dryer caught fire at 134 South Union Street in Middletown on Wednesday, March 13.No injuries were reported in a fire on Wednesday, March 13 at 134 South Union Street in Middletown that caused apartments to … more

Ms. Suzan Harjo

Suzan HarjoMs. Suzan Shown Harjo (Cheyenne & Muscogee) is one of the leading Native American activists in the United States. She has raised public awareness about issues of concern to Native Americans by working on legislation to protect their … more

Faculty Seminar Series - Thang Bui

WhereRoom: Gallery LoungeJavascript is required to view this map.WhenWed, 03/20/2013 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm... more

Boyd’s one-hitter lifts Lions to 14-0 win over Hazleton

Submitted photo Penn State Harrisburg’s Kara Boyd went 4-for-4 at the plate and pitched a one-hit shutout in the Lions’ 14-0 win over Penn State Hazleton on Wednesday, March 6. After a rough outing against King’s in which the Lions … more

'TURN IT UP A NOTCH': Sure, coach: Early surge sparks Steelton-Highspire to 91-51 win over Panthers

It was a slow start for Steelton-Highspire in the first round of the PIAA Class A girls’ basketball playoffs – the Rollers only led Northeast Bradford by 9 points at the end of the first quarter, so Coach Jeffrey Chisholm told his team, “Turn … more

REAL MEN READ BOOKS: At Steel-High Elementary School, 35 men inspire students by reading to them

It was by accident that Charles Smith Jr. found his path as a children’s author. The New Yorker became a photographer, and it wasn’t until years later that he decided to put his words and photos together.Today he has written or illustrated 29 … more

No ‘screamo’ music here – these LD students jam to bluegrass

With a violin in hand, Sarah Rothermel is home. The Lower Dauphin High School junior is a classically trained violinist by nature, used to playing pieces from Beethoven to Mozart. But stroll into teacher Tom Hanninen’s classroom on a Friday … more

Police, budget dominate council’s ward meeting

Nearly two dozen residents attended the first of a series of three ward meetings with Middletown Borough Council’s consultants and advisors on Thursday, March 7 at Rescue Fire Company on South Union Street.The questions they asked ranged from the … more

Killian takes third place in PIAA championships

Photo by Ken Ulerick Middletown’s Bryce Killian (yellow) won four consecutive bouts in the consolation bracket of the 132-pound class of the PIAA Class AAA championships to finish third in his weight class.Middletown’s Bryce Killian won third … more
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