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1/21/2021 Dr. Rachel Levine nominated to serve under Biden Administration shipnc.com Dr. Rachel Levine nominated to serve under Biden Administration From STAFF REPORTS Dr. Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania’s Health Secretary, has been nominated to serve as Assistant Secretary of Health at the Department of Health and Human Services under the Biden Administration. On Tuesday, President-Elect Joe Biden nominated Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine to serve as Assistant Secretary of Health at the Department of Health and Human ...
1/14/2021 Greyhound wrestling begins dual meet season with win shipnc.com The Shippensburg High School wrestling team opened their dual meet season with a lopsided win over the West York Bulldogs Saturday afternoon at SASHS, 46-18. The Greyhounds received four forfeits and won five of the eight contested matches as they cruised to victory. kA 5:ClQ=ECQmpG:2? '2KBF6K[ s:6D6= [email protected][ $E6G6 [email protected]?6D[ p=6I [email protected]=56C32F 2?5 [email protected] :?:4 [email protected]?E:[email protected] [email protected]?E65 7 ...
1/14/2021 Lady Greyhounds make early season statement with win at Northern shipnc.com A year ago, the Shippensburg High School girls basketball team was forced to settle for a share of the Mid Penn Colonial Division title after they dropped a late season battle to the Northern Polar Bears on the road. The Lady Greyhounds made a clear, concise statement in their return to Dillsburg for what was their season opener Friday -- they are not interested in sharing the Colonial Division title this ...
1/14/2021 Injuries, rust too much to overcome for Greyhounds in season opener shipnc.com Already without a key starter in Jeremy Thomas, the Shippensburg High School boys basketball found out they will also be without leading scorer Collin Taylor after the senior big man suffered an injury last week during practice. With such an important piece missing from their lineup, and with just a handful of practices to prepare, the Greyhounds stumbled in a season-opening loss to Colonial Division co-favorites Northern Friday ...
1/14/2021 Downed wires, brush fire cause widespread power outage shipnc.com Downed wires, brush fire cause widespread power outage By DENNY CLOPPER / N-C Correspondent Jan 14, 2021 SMS 1 of 2 Penelec trucks are pictured waiting to repair a widespread power outage due to downed wires and a brush fire Monday in the 700 block of East King Street in Shippensburg. PHOTOS BY DENNY CLOPPERPower lines were knocked down in the 700 block of East King Street Monday, causing ...
1/13/2021 Lady Bulldogs shake off slow start to down Camp Hill, 57-25 | Vts Sports | shipnc.com shipnc.com Once the Big Spring High School girls basketball team got going there was no stopping them, as they recorded their second blowout victory in as many nights with a 57-25 triumph over the Camp Hill Lions Saturday at home. The Lady Bulldogs erased an early 13-6 by finishing the first half on a 17-0 run, then pulled away by outscoring the opposition 18-1 during the third quarter in what turned ...
1/13/2021 Safe learning: SCRC, Newburg UMC provide Community Classroom during pandemic | Vts News | shipnc.com shipnc.com The phrase “thinking outside the box” would be an appropriate way to sum up 2020. Seven days into the New Year that phrase still fits, particularly when it comes to educating our children during this pandemic. While students have been forced to learn in place via virtual school during this pandemic, community members and concerned parents worry that virtual learning isn’t quite cutting it for all students. To ...
1/13/2021 David Gutshall recognized for serving 16 years on school board | Vts News | shipnc.com shipnc.com Bulldog David Gutshall has dedicated the past 16 years to serving on the Big Spring School Board, and was recognized for his service by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association during the Dec. 7 school board meeting. Gutshall said he didn‚Äôt plan to run for the board nearly two decades ago, but it‚Äôs a decision he is happy with. kA 5:ClQ=ECQm‚Äú J [email protected] D6CG65 2 ...
1/13/2021 Defense, rebounding propels Big Spring boys to blowout win at West Perry | Vts Sports | shipnc.com shipnc.com The Big Spring High School boys basketball team overcame cold shooting with all-out effort, both defensively and on the glass, to dominate the West Perry Mustangs in their season opener Friday evening on the road, 58-26. The Bulldogs (1-0) held the Mustangs (0-1) to single digits in all four quarters, resulting in the fourth lowest amount of points allowed by the Bulldogs in the past eight years under head ...
1/10/2021 How might worship be different in 2021? | Religion Roundtable | annistonstar.com annistonstar.com Well-being remains a priority In a March 2020 letter to the episcopacy, Bishop Harry L Seawright, Ninth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) and President of the Council of Bishops worldwide, placed the health and well-being of church members as priority in light of the uncertainty around the COVID-19 virus. All churches were immediately closed and local, state, national and international meetings were canceled ...
1/10/2021 He and his wife survived addiction and a daughter's cancer, and now he's a pastor | Faith | annistonstar.com annistonstar.com Save Hope Montgomery beat cancer before she turned 2, only a short time after her parents beat the odds in a battle with drug addiction. Her dad, Adam Montgomery, said the now 10-year-old girl had been diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer that grows from the kidneys and adrenal glands in children , just six months after she was born. The cancer had spread to her bones and was diagnosed ...
1/9/2021 Editor James Bennett's column: Planet Fitness whips couch potatoes of all sizes into shape annistonstar.com Save My family physician wondered why I stopped going to the gym. Like the whole civilized world, I told him I was afraid of the coronavirus. With everyone in close proximity and sweating, I figured it was the safe thing to do. kA 5:ClQ=ECQm([email protected]?8[ J [email protected]@C 6IA=2:?65] k^Am kA 5:ClQ=ECQmpE 286 dh[ =: :E65 A9JD:42= 24E:G:EJ 92D ...
1/7/2021 Greyhound winter sports resume practice, boys basketball prepares for showdown against Northern | Local Sports | shipnc.com shipnc.com Greyhound winter sports resume practice, boys basketball prepares for showdown against Northern By ANDREW MILLER / Sports Writer Jan 7, 2021 SMS The high school winter sports season is scheduled to get underway this Friday when Jayden Statum, pictured, and the Shippensburg Greyhounds boys basketball team host the Northern Polar Bears in a crucial Mid Penn Colonial Division matchup beginning at 7:30 p.m. Save Shippensburg Area Senior High School’s winter ...
1/7/2021 CVAS: If you look for the good, you can find it ‚Ķ even in 2020 | Cvas | shipnc.com shipnc.com Save Oh, 2021, you‚Äôve got quite a responsibility on your shoulders, even this early in the game. I think if ever there was a year you wouldn‚Äôt want to follow, it would be 2020. kA 5:ClQ=ECQmx‚Äô5 D2J E96 @?=J H2J H6 42? [email protected] [email protected] 96C6 :D FA[ 3FE 2?[ E92E‚ÄôD 2 [email protected] @7 @3=:82E:@? H6‚ÄôG6 AFE @? a_a']k^Am kA 5 ...
1/7/2021 Cumberland County Commissioners celebrate life of Chief Clerk Sandy Moyle | Community News | shipnc.com shipnc.com The Cumberland County Commissioners recently remembered Chief Clerk Sandy Moyle, who passed away on Christmas Day after a long illness. During a public meeting, the commissioners ordered the county flag to be flown at half-staff until Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2021, in memory of Sandy, as a testament to her commitment and contribution to Cumberland County. “With a heavy heart, we announce the passing of our chief clerk, Sandy Moyle ...
1/7/2021 Chambersburg Elks to host free Hoop Shoot competition this weekend | Local Sports | shipnc.com shipnc.com Fun & Games Support Local Journalism Now, more than ever, the world needs trustworthy reporting—but good journalism isn’t free. Please support us by subscribing or making a contribution. Chambersburg Elks to host free Hoop Shoot competition this weekend Jan 7, 2021 The Chambersburg Elks Lodge 600 will hold its annual local Hoop Shoot this weekend at the Alumni Community Gym at 151 E. Cherry St. in McConnellsburg. This is ...
1/7/2021 Stromboli and toilet paper: Markets open at WellSpan hospitals to serve busy team members | Community News | shipnc.com shipnc.com For caregivers working around the clock to support the needs of very ill COVID-19 patients and other patients within the walls of WellSpan Hospitals, a trip to the grocery store to pick up milk and toilet paper can feel like an extra challenge. That’s why WellSpan has started to set up small markets for team members at many of its hospitals. The markets offer a selection of groceries ...
1/7/2021 VETERANS‚Äô VALOR: John Illo of Shippensburg | Community News | shipnc.com shipnc.com John Illo of Shippensburg proudly served with the U.S. Army during World War II. Illo answered the following questions recently regarding his service. Age: 94 kA 5:[email protected] [email protected]?i pE=2?E:4 w:89=2?5D[ )6H y6CD6Jk^Am kA 5:ClQ=ECQmrFCC6?E %@H?i $9:AA6?D3FC8 D:?46 'hf_k^Am kA 5:ClQ=ECQmqC2?49 $6CG65i pC J @7 E96 &?:E65 $E2E6Dk ...
1/7/2021 Kauffman takes oath of office, continues to lead House Judiciary Committee | Community News | shipnc.com shipnc.com Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) placed his hand on the Bible and once again pledged to serve the people of the 89th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives when he took the oath of office on Jan. 5. “It continues to be an honor to serve my friends and neighbors in this capacity,” said Kauffman. “Franklin County is my home and where I choose to raise my ...
1/7/2021 Youth leadership program accepting applications for Class of 2021-22 | Community News | shipnc.com shipnc.com The Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation is now accepting applications for its Leadership Franklin County (LFC) Youth Class of 2021-22. The LFC Youth program is a nine-month leadership training course where incoming sophomore high school students gain leadership skills, learn more about the community and find ways to serve others. The program’s curriculum is based on “The Five Practices of Exemplary Student Leadership,” and also focuses on diversity ...