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The Place That Was Hardest to Leave

Your grandmother and I have moved around quite a bit, Vera, principally because work opportunities pulled us away. We were reared in rural central Pennsylvania, but we’ve spent our adult years mainly in Pittsburgh suburbs, the Mechanicsburg, Pa. 1,586 more words


Lee High alumni game, Hatcher book release scheduled

STAUNTON – Ryan Crawford saw the clock hit all zeros. He saw the other team run toward the court. It wasn’t his Lee High team celebrating. 953 more words


Treasure the Special People Whose Paths You Cross

I recently received a warm message from a fellow parishioner at the Bridgewater Church of the Brethren (which we attended when I was serving as president of Bridgewater College). 417 more words

Lessons Learned

We Live In an Irrational World

I like to think I’m rational. To a degree, I am; to a larger degree, I’m not. Neither is anyone else.

It took me a long time to realize this. 1,242 more words

Lessons Learned

Fulk ready to step up as Fort boys coach

FORT DEFIANCE – It’s a trait common to good scholastic programs.

A group of seniors who has carried a team to success graduates, and a new group of underclassmen step up for their turn to maintain that success. 388 more words


Angels Like To Play In Dirt

Today is a big day in our household, Vera. Someone qualifies for Social Security (although she’s not claiming her benefits yet). A lot has happened in those 62 years. 1,229 more words

Lessons Learned

Waynesboro’s DeWitt goes out with successful season

WAYNESBORO – Four decades ago, a newly graduated Bridgewater College football receiver began his coaching career.

Four decades later, Waynesboro High School’s C. Jay DeWitt is still coaching, having recently completed a successful basketball campaign with the Little Giants. 648 more words