Day: May 10, 2019

Cherry Blossom fun

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ROB WHEARY/Staff Photo Clayton Keefer, 2, is fascinated by the bubbles in the air while his grandmother, Trudy Keefer, of Millersburg, holds onto him at the Millersburg Cherry Blossom Festival held Saturday, May 4. To see more highlights from the event, pick up a copy of The Citizen-Standard at your local news stand or call 570-682-9081 to subscribe today!

 

 

 

 

Act 537 hurdles continue

By Rebecca Zemencik, Managing Editor • rebecca-z@citizenstandard.com

VALLEY VIEW – The joint Act 537 sewer plan seems to always stir a raucous and tempers to ignite when it’s being discussed. Last Wednesday’s meeting of the Hegins Township Supervisors proved the Act 537 plan continues to do so.

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Tri-Valley League race heating up in baseball

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ROB WHEARY/Staff Photo Upper Dauphin pitcher Colton Zerby delivers a pitch to the plate in the Trojans game against East Juniata on Thursday, May 2. Zerby came in relief of starting pitcher Patrick Bateman as the two combined their efforts to defeat the Indians 6-2 in Tri-Valley League action.

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN — The Hurricanes jumped to a 4-0 lead after two innings and never looked back, clinching the Schuylkill League Division II championship.

Tri-Valley battled back with a two-run home run in the third by Chase Herb, who scored a run in the seventh before the game ended.

Schuylkill Haven — 130  000  0 — 4  9  0

Tri-Valley — 002  000  1 — 3  11  2

W — Ulsh. L — Smith.

Hits: Schuylkill Haven — Evans 4, Miller 2, Luckenbill, R. Clouser, Hughes. Tri-Valley — Herb, Lucas 3, Leedy 3, N. Parobek 2, O. Bordner, Ney.

HR — Luckenbill, Herb.

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