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On May 25 and 26, the Shippensburg Historical Society welcomed 200 eighth-graders from Shippensburg Area Middle School for a morning of programs and activities related to Shippensburg history and historical interpretation. The students cycled through four stations during their visits, includ…

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Scott Miller was sworn in Tuesday as the newest police chief of the Shippensburg Police Department, and looks forward to engaging with officers, residents and local leaders and officials to help reach positive goals for the community.

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Members and friends of Memorial Lutheran Church celebrated the church’s 250th Anniversary last weekend with a warm and inviting fellowship meal Saturday evening, where many current and former members – along with some former pastors – shared their memories of the beloved church in Shippensburg.  

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The charging documents in a case against Larry “Koo Koo Bird” Burns of Chambersburg in the February homicide of Frankie Dean Thomas, 37, of Fayetteville, and Eddie Lee Shaw, 54, of Chambersburg have been unsealed.

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Jeremy ‘JT’ Thomas and Gracie Johnson were crowned the 2022 Prom King and Queen Saturday during Shippensburg Area Senior High School’s prom at Beistle Co. JT is the son of Jeremy and Sharmeica Thomas, and Gracie is the daughter of Ryan and Christie Johnson. The theme was: ‘An Evening in the …

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The year 2021 marked the 250th anniversary of the Lutheran Church in Shippensburg. This year, after a year in the making, members of the church will finally have their time to shine. The 250th anniversary committee, comprised of small group of members, began brainstorming ideas for what they…

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Franklin County senator Doug Mastriano won Tuesday’s GOP nomination for governor of Pennsylvania during the primary election. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman easily secured the Democratic nod for U.S. Senate. However, in the Republican race, it is still unclear who the winner is. Candidates Dr. Mehm…

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Shippensburg Area Middle School students’ schedule took them back to the 1860s Thursday to visit the Civil War era for the school’s 19th Annual Living History, Civil War Day.