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January 29, 2019 Print Edition

What’s in this week’s issue? This week’s Sentinel goes on sale Tuesday morning, Jan. 29 at all regular retail outlets. It remains on sale through Monday, Feb. 4. Among the highlights: • Deer death investigation updated. • Williams Valley football to exit TVL • Halifax approves lid on taxes. •...

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING  Trojans already wrap up league crown By Tony Matter CONTRIBUTING WRITER Sentinel-area wrestling teams went 3-2 in dual meets last week. Upper Dauphin Area was 2-0 and claimed the Tri-Valley League title with a tight victory over Newport Jan. 15. One night later, Trojan standout senior and three-time...

All Hands On Art

Years from now, anyone who’s currently a student at Upper Dauphin Area Elementary School can enter the lobby, point to a wall and say, ‘’I helped to create that.’’ Each and every student had some part in working on the 5 x 9-foot mosaic that greets students and visitors alike...

January 22, 2019 Print Edition

What’s in this week’s issue? This week’s Sentinel went on sale Tuesday morning at all regular retail outlets. It will remain on sale through Monday night, Jan. 27. Among the highlights: • State upholds principal’s dismissal • Students lend (many) hands to art project • Human services center marks milestone...

Confronting the Crisis

The Sentinel begins 2019 with‘‘Confronting the Crisis,’’ a series of articles focusing on how the opioid addiction issue is being addressed in northern Dauphin County. This week’s issue features an interview with Millersburg resident Scott Hill about his journey from decades of addiction to recovery, and his outreach to help...

THE ‘WE’ TEAM

UDA competitive spirit squad members are (from left): Front – Emilee Schell, Rebecka Wilson-Ramer and Kate Hoch; middle – Sierra Dauberman, Lindsey Deibert, Lilly Boyer and Samantha Stitt; back – Krystabella Kauslauskas, Taylor Heim and Autumn Werner.  (Sentinel Photo by Todd Gearhart) Story by Duane Good ‘‘Every battle is won or...

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

A pass by Greenwood’s Steven Watts is blocked by Halifax’s Nathan Blasick during a Jan. 7 game. Halifax teammates Dylan Wells and London Johnson assist in defending Watts. (Sentinel photo by Christina Hoy) HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL Cats best Greenwood in a defensive battle By Garrett Derr CONTRIBUTING WRITER        ...

January 15, 2019 Print Edition

What’s in this week’s issue? This week’s Sentinel is now on sale at regular retail outlets through Monday night, Jan. 21. Among the highlights: • Additional deer deaths reported. • UDA also agrees to limit taxes. • Municipalities receive honors. • Cheerleaders don’t let adversity stop them. • Township secretary’s...

Game Commisson seeks help in deaths of deer

HARRISBURG • The Pennsylvania Game Commission is asking Sentinel-area residents to contact the agency regarding the discovery of any ‘‘suspicious’’ deaths of deer found locally. The Commission’s Southeast Region Office can be reached at 610-926-3136; or 610-926-3137. ‘‘Four (dead) deer were reported to us Dec. 9, and we performed a necropsy...

A Hidden GEM

This week’s Sentinel features a unique piece of local history – the remains of Victoria Furnace, located in Clarks Valley between Tower City and Dauphin. Built in 1830 and standing about the height of a four-story building, the original furnace produced iron at the dawn of the nation’s Industrial Age....

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