In fishing, patience is a virtue. Good things come to those who bait.
Children learned that for themselves at the Sportsmen Limited’s annual Trout Derby on April 25 at the Middletown Reservoir.
More than 180 kids participated in the derby, which introduces the joy of fishing to youngsters ages 2 to 12.
Logan Stickle took first place among kids ages 7 to 12, with Dylan Mader finishing second, Jordon Popp third and Brock Belmont fourth, according to Sportsman officials.
Jackson Wise took first place among kids ages 2 to 6, with Donovan Homrighausen finishing second, Eli Webb third and Matt Fisher fourth.
Among the derby’s sponsors are Middletown Anglers & Hunters, American Legion Post 594, Middletown Volunteer Fire Company, Londonderry Fire Company, Rescue Fireman Home Association, MIddletown Moose and Friendship Fire Company of Bressler, along with a donation made by David Ball.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 May 2015 17:01
From The Wednesday, May 20, 1992 Edition Of The Press And Journal
Turnpike Advisory Meeting
Elizabethtown Borough Council issued an invitation last Thursday to officials from all local organizations to attend a forthcoming meeting of the special committee now studying a proposal for building a Pa. Turnpike interchange onto Route 743.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 00:40
Ever wish you had the chance to talk to those running for political office over a cup of coffee just to pick their brain?
A number of candidates for local offices in the May 19 primary election gathered to meet voters over coffee, soda and snacks at the Press And Journal’s Meet & Greet the Candidates on Sunday, May 17 at the newspaper’s office on South Union Street.
Incumbents and challengers for Middletown Borough Council, Middletown Area School Board, Lower Swatara Twp. Board of Commissioners, Dauphin County Board of Commissioners and row offices attended the casual gathering, giving voters who attended a chance to meet the people behind the names on the ballot.
See who was there.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 15:57
May 13, 1992
Edition Of The Press And Journal
US Air Moving Commuter Air Operations Here
US Air has announced that it will move a substantial amount of its commuter airline operations to an office building in Lower Swatara Township in the near future. A contract in the matter is expected to be signed this week, according to local officials.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 May 2015 16:57