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By Paul HeiseCongressman Paul Ryan has been drafted by the Romney campaign and his “Path to Prosperity’’ comes along for the ride. Because of this little attachment, Romney has to face the electorate with a proposal that ends Medicare as we … more
Sound Off – love it or hate it. If items lean your way, then it’s a great read. If parts go against your grain, then the weekly jumble of comments is an abomination. There’s hardly ever any gray area with this part of your community newspaper. … more
Just when it seems as though we’re stumbling through the darkness of the grimness of human existence, the good deeds of which humans are capable shines light upon us. Isn’t that how you felt when you read in last week’s Press And Journal about … more
By Bob Stone For The Press And Journal It was opening weekend in the expanded CFA Football League, and the Seven Sorrows Eagles were on the road to open the season against the Mechanicsburg Wildcats on Sunday, Aug. 26. Smurfs The Eagles moved the … more
By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff There weren’t enough runners to field a cross country team at Middletown last season – you need at least five boys and five girls – but this year, a surprising number of boys showed up for the first … more
By Jim LewisPress and Journal StaffThere are football camps, basketball camps and baseball camps during the summer where high school kids can hone their skills in their favorite sport. Wouldyou believe there is a cross country camp, too? Yes, there … more
By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff  Buoyed by three golfers who qualified for the District 3 championships last season, Lower Dauphin could surprise top teams Hershey and Central Dauphin in the Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division, predicts … more
By Tom Klemick For The Press And Journal It was the fall of 2010 when Lower Dauphin Coach Peggy Long said that her girls’ tennis team was one year away from being a championship-contending squad. Oh, how right she was. Last season was one of the … more
By Jim Lewis Press and Journal Staff Experience and a new division – and new, easier courses to play on the road – could make this season a more successful one for the Middletown golf team. The Blue Raiders return six players with varsity … more
By Greg Pickel Press And Journal Staff Lynn Miller figured it was time to put her tennis shoes back on. After coaching three seasons of boys’ and girls’ tennis at Manheim, Miller retired from the coaching role upon arriving in Middletown. But … more
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