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What’s in this week’s issue? This week’s Sentinel is now on sale at all regular retail outlets through Monday night May 6.   • Millersburg’s Cherry Blossom Festival will mark its 30th year Saturday, May 4 (story starts A1). New this year will be a cherry dessert contest (page A9)....

Blooming for 30 years

  By Deb Etzweiler Rowe CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Cherry Blossom Festival in Millersburg has been in full bloom for 30 years. The festival is always held the first Saturday in May, and began when approximately 28 local retailers formed the Millersburg Area Merchants Association, now known as Millersburg Area Working Together....

Upper Dauphin & Millersburg MERGER Updates

By David Sassaman CONTRIBUTING WRITER MILLERSBURG • The Millersburg Area and Upper Dauphin Area school boards met in a joint special meeting April 15 prior to Millersburg’s regular monthly public meeting. Each board took the first steps toward a possible future merger of the districts by approving two sets of identical...

April 23, 2019 Print Edition

What's in this week's issue? Among the highlights: • Update on the possible merger of Millersburg and Upper Dauphin Area school districts. • Scholarship to honor memory of Halifax's Michael L. Bower • Inspirational story about "Courageous Cole: The Life of a Special Needs Dog" • Williams Valley hires security...

April 16, 2019 Print Edition

What’s in this week’s issue? This week’s Sentinel is now on sale at all regular retail outlets through Monday night April 22. Among the highlights: • Symbol Through the Storm • Halifax board considers budget options • Professional Keystone Press Awards • Cherry Blossom Festival will include dessert contest (See...

Symbol Through The STORM

MILLERSBURG • A strong storm blew significant portions of the roofs off a borough church and business in the early morning hours of April 15. Some of the roof of Hebron United Methodist Church, 347 Market St., could be seen on the street and sidewalk below. Some windows were blown out...

Governor Tom Wolf Visits Millersburg

MILLERSBURG • Gov. Tom Wolf toured blighted properties in the borough April 3 to draw attention to his “Restore Pennsylvania” initiative. Wolf was joined on the tour by other state, county and local officials, including state Sen. John DiSanto, state Rep. Sue Helm and County Commissioner Mike Pries. “Restore Pennsylvania”...

April 9, 2019 Print Edition

What’s in this week’s issue? Among the highlights: • Gov. Tom Wolf visits Millersburg • Northumberland County candidates for the spring primary election are listed • Woman charged with felony for forging check • Northern Dauphin Community and Career Fair held • Halifax students stage “Mary Poppiins” • Split decision...

Lady Vikings roll over Trojans 15-0

Lady Vikings roll over Trojans 15-0 By Janet Smeltz CONTRIBUTING WRITER Despite a cold windy day, the bats were smoking for the Lady Vikings, who finishing a March 26 contest against Upper Dauphin Area in just four innings. Winning pitcher Stevie Unger slammed a two-run homer and had her first shutout...

April 2, 2019 Print Edition

What’s in this week’s issue? Among the highlights: • Candidates running in primary election. • Lenkerville Elementary students’ technology skills displayed • Lady Vikings roll over Trojans 15-0 • Pitching duel ends in Cat win • All-Sentinel boys ‘ basketball team is  announced

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