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News & Sports

SPORTS BULLETIN Rothermel is district swim qualifer

SPORTS BULLETIN Rothermel is district swim qualifer Halifax’s Tatum Rothermel has qualified in two events for the District 3, Class 2A Swimming Tournament, Saturday, March 6 at Central York High School. She will represent the school in the 100-yard Individual Medley and 100-yard Breaststroke. This year’s qualifying field in district...


NEWS BULLETIN Police: Man, 74, is fire victim State police at Lykens said March 2 that a weekend fire in the Elizabethville area has claimed the life of a 74-year-old man. In a news release, police said firefighters were dispatched for a report of a structure fire on Railroad Drive...

Spring sports to start on time

The Fall 2020 high school sports season didn’t begin until after Labor Day; the Winter 2021 season, not until after Christmas. As of press time for this week’s issue, baseball, softball and track and field are scheduled to start no later, or earlier, than they do traditionally. Formal practice sessions...

School boards to vote on merging districts

The proposed merger of the Millersburg and Upper Dauphin Area school districts will be the topic of two meetings in March as follows: • The district’s boards will hold a joint meeting Thursday, March 4 to receive public comment on the proposal and to hold a discussion without taking a...

Alcohol remains most abused substance

For most of the past year, COVID-19 has dominated the news to such a degree that it’s tempting to believe that other issues affecting Sentinel-area residents are no longer cause for concern. The newspaper has repeatedly covered the matter of opioid abuse and other addiction issues in its pages. And...