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In a Sherlock Holmes short story called, “Silver Blaze,” the clue which solves the crime for the famous detective was the curious incident of the dog that did not bark in the nighttime. The VTS story about Deputy Reddington’s appointment as the second school resource officer for the Big Spri…

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Now that the dust has settled, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who exercised their right to vote on May 21. But, more importantly, I would like to express my gratitude for those who voted for me or who wrote my name in for Sheriff.

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I would like to express my sincere thanks to the community for your resounding support of my candidacy for Common Pleas Judge. This campaign has been an incredible chapter and I’m very thankful for my family, friends, colleagues and supporters who rallied behind my message and worked with tr…

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On behalf of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners, the Department of Veterans Affairs sincerely thanks all of the individuals and organizations who decorated the graves of more than 18,500 Veterans in the county’s 120 cemeteries. The individuals and organizations responsible for this…

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Americans, one of the most important and valuable privileges we have is the ability to vote in elections to choose people to represent us in local, state, and federal government positions. For those of you who vote each Election Day, I say thank you, and please continue to use that privilege…

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I am Sam Worley, former Franklin County Commissioner.  Having been in the courthouse over the years and observing the judges, I can tell you that I strongly support Mary Beth Shank for our next Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. Mary Beth’s integrity, impeccable character and knowledge of t…

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I have known the Shank family for many years and I feel honored to endorse and support Mary Beth Shank as a candidate for the 39th Judicial District, which encompasses Franklin and Fulton counties.

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My name is Michelle Sibert and I am a Chief Deputy District Attorney in Cumberland County. As a chief, I am responsible for our Victim Services Office. Victim Services is dedicated to helping crime victims navigate the often confusing and messy criminal justice system.

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I have lived in Franklin County my whole life, and I know how important it is that we elect the right people to fill positions in our community. I met Ian Brink last year through a common friend and he has spent countless hours over the past months getting to know me and my family. He has a …

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My view of the judge’s race comes from my having served as a county commissioner, from teaching state and local government at Shippensburg University and from helping to elect the majority of our currently sitting judges.

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Ian Brink is clearly the right choice to be our next Common Pleas Judge. I have lived in Franklin County my whole life and I love this community. It is critical that we choose our new judge based on their experience and ability to do the job. Ian Brink has spent his 18-year career as a trial…

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My name is Ed Asbury. I’m a recently retired Pennsylvania State Police Corporal. It has been my honor to have protected and serve the residents of Franklin County for the past 26 years. Our community went through many changes during that time. I had the privilege of working with many great p…

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Our family has known Buzz and Peggy Shank for decades.  They have always been active in local Republican politics and supporters of this community.  It is clear they passed their strong values and community commitment onto their daughter, Mary Beth, who served as a borough councilwoman and h…