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American Studies Lecture: Dr. Wolfgang Mieder

Wolfgang MiederThe American Studies Program presents as its distinguished lecturer for spring 2013, Dr. Wolfgang Mieder, speaking on "'Let Us Have Faith that Right Makes Might': Proverbial Rhetoric in Decisive Moments of American Politics."Professor … more

Speaker Theresa Flores

Theresa FloresTheresa Flores LSW, MSeD, human trafficking survivor, author, victim’s advocate, and founder of S.O.A.P. (Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution), has been a licensed social worker for over twenty years.She received her master’s in … more

For local firefighters, risks are simply a part of the job

It’s dangerous, it’s hard work, and you don’t get paid.   At first glance, it doesn’t sound like an appealing job description – and in addition to the element of danger, volunteer firefighters are always busy with things like … more

At Steel-High, students are shown the harshness of violence

Love shouldn’t hurt.It’s a message that was spread to Steelton-Highspire High School students during a seminar on teen violence and teen dating on Thursday, March 14.The event was organized by SYIA (Steelton Youth in Action) and the Hamilton … more

Raiders beat EP, 3-2, win second in a row

Middletown roared back from a 2-0 deficit with two decisive wins in doubles to beat East Pennsboro, 3-2, in boys’ tennis on Thursday, March 21 in Middletown, the Blue Raiders’ second consecutive victory over division rivals last week.The Raiders … more

Readers' Views: God made creatures on 2 days

Editor,   For those who might remember, I wrote a letter years ago challenging another letter writer, Herbert C. Moore, to give me an example of one species evolving into a higher species. I waited, and was interested to see his … more

Lions swept by Stevenson, Albright

Penn State Harrisburg watched Stevenson’s offense get going early and often, and the Mustangs swept a doubleheader from the Lions, 8-2 and 7-1 on Sunday, March 24 in Owings Mills, Md.Game number one saw Penn State Harrisburg (3-11) load the bases … more

Lions split with rival Altoona; beat Wesley in statement game

The Penn State Harrisburg baseball team split for a second time this week against the visiting Penn State Altoona Lions.  Both teams went home with a 4-3 win on Sunday, March 24, with Altoona taking the first and Penn State Harrisburg getting … more

Trinity tops LD, 8-3

The Lower Dauphin boys’ lacrosse team kept it close early against Trinity under the lights on Friday, March 22 in Hummelstown. Unfortunately for the Falcons, a 3-0 shut-out in the fourth quarter helped Trinity to an 8-3 win. Seniors Alex … more

Publisher's Voice: Are we helpless prisoner of a political bamboozle

Isn’t this worth fighting for? more
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