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Thursday, April 11, 2019 by PAIGE MATHIEU in Columns

Get Involved, Value Everyone, Salisbury High School’s newest club, focuses on giving back to the community. Club members are running an Easter basket drive this spring for New Bethany Ministries.

To accomplish their goal of filling 50 or more Easter baskets, they are asking for donations from the Salisbury community.

Organizers are asking for baskets, fake grass, candy, gift cards to Target or Walmart and small toys for ages 18 months to 17 years old. All donations are greatly...


Thursday, April 11, 2019 by The Press in Police Log

At the request of Port Barre Police Chief Deon Boudreaux, the Federal Bureau of Investigation New Orleans Field Office is assisting in locating Domeanna Spell, 15, from Port Barre, La., who went missing March 28.

The FBI is requesting the assistance of the public and has placed electronic digital billboards across several states, including Pennsylvania.

According to a media release from the FBI, police believe Domeanna Spell may be traveling with Cory “Shane” Disotell, 47, of...


Wednesday, April 3, 2019 by DOUGLAS GRAVES in School

Students, faculty and family gathered March 28 at Salisbury High School to celebrate the induction of 33 new members of National Honor Society. For the most part, the students are sophomores, but two are juniors.

The honorees gathered in the school library dressed in academic robes and waited to be called to the auditorium for the ceremony. Parents and other relatives took their seats in the front of the stage.

On signal the candidates for induction into one of the most...

Branch collection begins April 29

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 by The Press in News Briefs


The spring curbside branch collection program is scheduled to take place April 29 through May 3. Residents should place the branches at the curb after 6 p.m. April 28. Branches may be no longer than 5 feet long and 5 inches in diameter. Branches should be bundled and tied with twine. Open containers (no lids) can be used for small branches.


Wednesday, April 3, 2019 by MICHAEL FLECK in Columns

The Allentown Central Catholic High School Science Olympiad Team placed fourth out of 30 teams in the Science Olympiad Regional Competition at Kutztown University March 14, qualifying for the state competition at Juniata College April 27. The team won 10 medals for their strong performance.

Third place winners included Dynamic Planet (Ryan Schanta and Alex Strohl), Protein Modeling (Alan Garger, Gwen Minogue and Elizabeth Ulicny), Sounds of Music (Michael Fleck and Ryan Schanta) and...