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Thyme is an herb now likely found in many spice racks, but in the Middle Ages, warriors going into battle ingested it to fortify their courage.

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Beth and Wesley Thomason are getting ready for the Sweet Potato Festival to be held at Thomason Herb Farm near East Berlin on Saturday and Sunday.

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The state’s mask mandate for students and daycares came under fire during Fairfield Area School District’s board meeting Monday.

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The sun shined and American flags waved as more than 150 participants gathered at United Hook & Ladder Fire Company #33 in New Oxford the morning of Saturday, Sept. 11, for the annual Adams/Mason Dixon Heart Walk.

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Landon Thomas, right, turns the crank on a cider press at McDannell’s Fruit Market on Sunday during Cider Fest. The cider press is owned by Ted Scarpino, left, who brought it to the market to allow children to learn how apples are made into cider. Also pictured is Terry VanMetre, who helped …

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Bugler Chip Dillon plays taps during the closing ceremony of the Lincoln Fellowship’s “One Hundred Nights of Taps” program and a remembrance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The event drew a large crowd to the Soldiers National Monument at the Gettysburg National Cemetery Saturday.

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SPEAKER — Hurshel Shank, center, was the guest speaker during the 9/11 Remembrance ceremony that was held at Amblebrook on Saturday. Also pictured are: Lorraine Ebbin, a resident at Amblebrook; and Ken Kime, captain of the Gettysburg Fire Department.

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Residents and first responders enjoyed dinner during the remembrance ceremony at Amblebrook on Saturday.

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