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  • A Community Park
    I wasn’t born or raised in Gettysburg, but moved here five years ago. I say I was lucky to have moved much of my childhood because I experienced so many different communities. After living in …
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  • Spring: A Chlorophyllic Revolution
    I think that to characterize spring as an incorrigible flirt is really not a stretch. At every turn, this jezebel is capable of all manners of seduction, and her wildness constantly diverts my …
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  • Sen. Doug Mastriano Endangers Local Businesses
    I write books that sell to tourists. Like everyone else, last year was a “survive until next year”year. I plan to sell several thousand copies this year – if it’s recovery year. But to do that, …
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  • Community Policing Can Make Gettysburg a Better Place to Live
    Community policing is a set of carefully thought out strategies that can foster positive relationships among various segments of the community and the police force. At the same time it can reduce …
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  • The Black Influence – Series 2: 1847 to 1864
    Editor’s Note Gettysburg Connection is pleased to publish the second in a series of articles called The Black Influence. The series focuses on the African American experience in and around …
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  • Redistricting
    Our State Legislature, one of the largest and best-compensated in the country, has once again failed to deal even ineffectively with gerrymandering reform. There has been a lot of activity over the …
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  • The Black Influence – Series 1: 1780 to 1850
    Editor’s Note Gettysburg Connection is pleased to publish today the first in a series of articles called The Black Influence. The series focuses on the African American experience in and around …
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  • Oil and Gas and Taxes in Pennsylvania
    Pennsylvania is the only natural gas producing state in the U.S. without a severance tax. This severely limits the state’s ability to cover the necessary costs of infrastructure development that must …
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  • Will Pennsylvania Ban Mail-in Voting?
    When former president Trump demanded that state legislators in Michigan and Pennsylvania – and undoubtedly other states — step in and steal the election in their state, they frequently replied, …
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  • Turning Two Years Old, Green Gettysburg’s Book Club Seeks Readers
    The Green Gettysburg Book Club had its first meeting on Valentine’s Day 2019, and two years later continues to grow with about 20 active participants and 100 email recipients. Now gathering on Zoom …
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