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Today's Opinions

  • Guest Column: Lancaster Girl Scouts travel, learn, help their community

    Girl Scouts of Lancaster have been on the go over the past year and having a great time as they learn, travel and help other people.
    The girls have had the opportunity to participate in many community service projects.
    Lancaster District AME Zion Group 970 helped with the Sickle Cell Foundation Festival. The girls passed out water, helped with games and led the parade. They really enjoyed this and are so excited to participate again.
    Girls from First United Methodist Church assisted with the lantern tour and other projects at Andrew Jackson State Park.

  • Guest Column: Lancaster Girl Scouts travel, learn, help their community

    Girl Scouts of Lancaster have been on the go over the past year and having a great time as they learn, travel and help other people.
    The girls have had the opportunity to participate in many community service projects.
    Lancaster District AME Zion Group 970 helped with the Sickle Cell Foundation Festival. The girls passed out water, helped with games and led the parade. They really enjoyed this and are so excited to participate again.
    Girls from First United Methodist Church assisted with the lantern tour and other projects at Andrew Jackson State Park.

  • Guest Column: Lancaster Girl Scouts travel, learn, help their community

    Girl Scouts of Lancaster have been on the go over the past year and having a great time as they learn, travel and help other people.
    The girls have had the opportunity to participate in many community service projects.
    Lancaster District AME Zion Group 970 helped with the Sickle Cell Foundation Festival. The girls passed out water, helped with games and led the parade. They really enjoyed this and are so excited to participate again.
    Girls from First United Methodist Church assisted with the lantern tour and other projects at Andrew Jackson State Park.

  • Guest Column: Lancaster Girl Scouts travel, learn, help their community

    Girl Scouts of Lancaster have been on the go over the past year and having a great time as they learn, travel and help other people.
    The girls have had the opportunity to participate in many community service projects.
    Lancaster District AME Zion Group 970 helped with the Sickle Cell Foundation Festival. The girls passed out water, helped with games and led the parade. They really enjoyed this and are so excited to participate again.
    Girls from First United Methodist Church assisted with the lantern tour and other projects at Andrew Jackson State Park.

  • Guest Column: USCL: 60 years, going strong

    I bring you greetings on behalf of USC Lancaster’s Sixtieth Anniversary Committee members who are planning and preparing for activities and events to celebrate 60 years of educating our community.

  • Guest Column: USCL: 60 years, going strong

    I bring you greetings on behalf of USC Lancaster’s Sixtieth Anniversary Committee members who are planning and preparing for activities and events to celebrate 60 years of educating our community.

  • Guest Column: USCL: 60 years, going strong

    I bring you greetings on behalf of USC Lancaster’s Sixtieth Anniversary Committee members who are planning and preparing for activities and events to celebrate 60 years of educating our community.

  • Staff Column: I will never forget Lilly Schroeder

    I sat for six days in the Lancaster County Courthouse, focused on the short life of Lilly Schroeder and the terrible way it ended.

    Last Monday, the person accused of beating the 3-year-old to death was convicted and sentenced to life in prison.

    Most of the time, I can compartmentalize the horrific things I hear and see behind courtroom doors – not dwelling on them until it’s time to write the story. But this case followed me home every night.