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[ 6 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
Shippensburg Aquatic Club Swim  Nate Abbott MS_0711_ 8x12 team#1(1)

The 2012-2013 Shippensburg Aquatic Club team picture (click on photo to enlarge)
Row 1: Anna Connor, Della Hawkins, Karley Skultety, Brandon Estep, Kari Powell, Alyssa Brown, Emily Smith, Lucy Burg, Paige Nealy, Alyssa Gobat, Shannon O’Donnell, Jed Ritchie, Valeria Lobo-Gonzalez, Gabriella Stevens, Noah Saylor, Jocelyn Enders, Millie Lear, Cassandra Lobo-Gonzalez,
Row 2: Irene Hawkins (Coach), Madison Goodhart, Colin Krause, Lauren Kierzkowski, Gracie Johnson, Sadie Lear, Mia Estep, Lauren Miller, Rachel Connor, Brynn Weber, Olivia Bailey, Nate Abbott, Bramley Hawkins, Riley Hollar, Jillian Strine, Colby Estep, Alison Bender, Rachel Place (Coach)
Row 3: Jeff …

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[ 6 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
The stitching of Zach Galifianakis’s face by Fun With Needles is perfect for any fan of “The Hangover” or his other films.

By PARIS HELMAN
PR Director/The Slate
SHIPPENSBURG — Unique bands and artists have found a home at The Thought Lot, and now vendors of uncommon and out-of-the-ordinary trinkets and gadgets have also made their mark with the establishment of The Thought Shop.
The shop, containing items that range from homemade soaps to Gothic stuffed dolls, started in a room that could not even hold four people. The Thought Shop is housed within The Thought Lot in a space equal to the size of a large utility closet.
According to board member …

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[ 6 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
Olivia Newton-John (Courtesy)

SHIPPENSBURG — The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center at Shippensburg University will present, “An Evening with Olivia Newton-John,” at 8 p.m. Feb. 23.
Reserved tickets are $59, $55, $49 & $39 and are now on sale. A group discount is available for groups of 20 or more. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Luhrs Center Box Office at 477-7469 or online at www.luhrscenter.com.
Born in Cambridge, England in 1948, Newton-John moved to Melbourne, Australia with her family when she was 5. By the age of …

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[ 6 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
quiet

By AMBER SOUTH
@ShipNewsGirl
SHIPPENSBURG — Shippensburg Borough Council voted 5-1 Tuesday to advertise an amendment that would firm up language in the noise ordinance and improve evidence of violations.
The change followed a recommendation made by Police Chief Fred Scott at the Jan. 15 meeting, a few months after he first brought the issue to council. He said the ordinance’s loose language made it difficult both for police to enforce it and for Magisterial District Justice H. Anthony Adams to hand down guilty verdicts.
If approved, the amendment will add the phrase …

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[ 5 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
welcometoshippensburg

SHIPPENSBURG — Keck Computer Management has announced the relocation and rebranding of its Shippensburg location.
Faced with the need to relocate in order to provide additional services, KCM will reopen in its new location six doors away at 9 W King St.
“It was important to find a location that allowed us to continue to provide stellar computer services with the amenities to move forward with having in house classes and events, in the downtown area,” said John Keck, owner.
As part of its commitment to the historic downtown district, KCM has …

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[ 2 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
Shippensburg University officials and project developers cut the ribbon on the completed student housing units at Shippensburg University on Friday, February 1, 2013. (Public Opinion/Ryan Blackwell)

By AMBER SOUTH
@ShipNewsGirl
SHIPPENSBURG — Shippensburg University officials and friends stood between landscapes of the past and future as they broke ground Friday for phase two of a $200 million project to build new residence halls.
SU President Bill Ruud; Darrell Miller, president of SU Student Services Inc.; Ethan Goldbach, Student Senate president; Warren Burke, vice president of development for Campus Apartments; B. Michael Schaul, chair of the Council of Trustees; and Roger Serr, vice president of Student Affairs looked ahead to Presidents Hall, one of three buildings in phase one, …

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[ 1 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]
Honoring the movement and the man: The annual Martin Luther King Jr. March for Humanity at Shippensburg University drew over 100 students. (Public Opinion/Markell DeLoatch)

By AMBER SOUTH
@ShipNewsGirl
SHIPPENSBURG — A hundred or more students pushed through blustery weather as they walked up Cumberland Avenue in Shippensburg University’s March for Humanity Thursday.
Some marchers hoisted signs in the air that marked the various student organizations represented in the group and chanted as they left the Anthony F. Ceddia Union Building after a presentation honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and his achievements for civil rights.
The two-part, 25th annual event was part of the university’s 17th annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration sponsored by the Office for Multicultural Student …

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[ 30 Jan 2013 | No Comment ]
A view of Presidents Hall at Shippensburg University. A ribbon cutting to mark the end of phase one and a ground breaking ceremony to mark the start of phase two are scheduled Friday on the building's grounds.

By AMBER SOUTH
@ShipNewsGirl
Friday will mark the transition into the second phase of a $200 million project to replace Shippensburg University’s eight dormitories with modern, suite-style residence halls.
SU Student Services Inc. and Campus Apartments will host a ribbon cutting for phase one of the project at 4 p.m. under the archway of the new Presidents Hall off York Drive.
It will be immediately followed by a groundbreaking for phase two on the lawn area adjacent to Presidents Hall.
After the ceremonies, several officials with the university and agencies involved in the …

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[ 30 Jan 2013 | No Comment ]
Silk dress from the late 1840s restored after alterations in the 1940s. (Courtesy)

By AMBER SOUTH
@ShipNewsGirl
Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education is working with Shippensburg University Fashion Archives to bring a collection of historic garments out of a basement and into downtown Shippensburg.
SHAPE Gallery, 20 W. King St., will act as a fashion time capsule when it hosts the exhibit, “Our New Old Clothes,” Feb. 1 through Feb. 22. Inside will be about 25 mannequins donning clothing that originated between the 1820s and 1970s, said Karin Bohleke, director of SU Fashion Archives.
The exhibit will feature pieces donated to the collection since Bohleke …

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[ 29 Jan 2013 | No Comment ]
The Wheel House Cafe in Shippensburg on Saturday, January 26, 2013. (Public Opinion/Ryan Blackwell)

By AMBER SOUTH
@ShipNewsGirl
SHIPPENSBURG TOWNSHIP — The owners of the new Wheel House Café have come full circle.
Husband and wife Stephanie and Justin Forrester and their friend Josiah Becker all worked at The Hop in the past, and now they own a restaurant together in the same North Earl Street building the former Shippensburg staple once inhabited.
Their new venture, Wheel House Café, began after the Forresters and Becker bought Biscotti Coffee Bar, which took over in spring 2011 after The Hop closed its doors.
According to Stephanie Forrester, the three heard …