• Cocalico’s Sam Marino makes a final sprint to the wall in the girls 100 backstroke at Districts last Saturday, placing fourth in 57.22 seconds. Photos by Preston Whitcraft
    Cocalico sends 3 to states

    Cocalico coach Matt Woods was careful not to jinx any of his swimmers last Saturday night. Only the top three place-finishers in each event at the District 3 Triple-A Championships at Cumberland Valley High School were granted...

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  • Pictured (left to right) are Chef Joseph Church, Chef Taylor Boettger, Chef Kelly Kapinos and chairman of the Iron Chef event, Chris Dunn. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Food fight

    Local chefs compete at Iron Chef Cocalico This year’s Iron Chef competitors gathered for a meeting on Feb. 20 at Cocalico High School to prepare for this Sunday’s competition. Two new chefs will take on last year’s...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Alex Tomazian (left), a morale captain, and Bryan at this year’s THON during the final 4 hours.
    $13 million and counting

    Cocalico gears up for Mini THON On the heels of Penn State’s most successful THON to date, raising over $13 million this past weekend, students at Cocalico Middle School and High School are gearing up for their...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • East Cocalico Township adopts weather disaster emergency declaration

    Snow storms coupled with extremely low temperatures have caused road salt supplies to quickly dwindle or be completely used in many municipalities. East Cocalico Township is no exception, and supervisors on the advice of their solicitor, Tom...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Cocalico kindergarten registration planned

    All children residing in the Cocalico School District who will be five years of age before Sept.1 are eligible to begin kindergarten in the fall. Registration is by appointment only and will be held in each of...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Denver Borough Council reviews policies, solicitor and summer road work

    If a Denver Borough council member has an illness, disability, emergency or is out of town for business or family travel, it will be possible for the member to participate and vote during a council meeting when...

    • Posted February 19, 2014
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  • E. Coc. benefits from stormwater management

    It will cost East Cocalico Township approximately $75,000 annually to implement the new stormwater regulations which aid federal clean-up efforts for the Chesapeake Bay. “East Cocalico is in good shape because we’ve looked ahead,” Mark Hiester, East...

    • Posted February 19, 2014
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  • Campus Chatter

    Koehler receives Master’s degree Matthew Koehler of Stevens, received a Master of Science in Education at Wilkes University Elizabethtown names Dean’s List The following students received recognition on the fall 2013 Dean’s List at Elizabethtown College: Emily...

    • Posted February 19, 2014
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  • Chef Kelly Kapinos from Reflections was last year’s winner and will take on Chef Taylor Boettger from Lily’s on Main in Ephrata and Chef Joseph Church from Jimmy Kramer’s Peanut Bar of Reading.
    Iron Chef Cocalico announces competitors

    Serves as kick off for the Education Foundation’s iPad initiative, An Apple A Day The Cocalico Education Foundation will host the eighth annual Iron Chef Cocalico Culinary event March 2 at the Cocalico High School from 1...

    • Posted February 12, 2014
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  • Pictured are Travis Arment, this year’s honorary chair for Norlanco Relay for Life and his girlfriend, Elina Raksin. Photos by Lucy Riccomini
    Race for a cause

    Relay for Life Norlanco kicks off and introduces its honorary chair Travis Arment last week put a face on World Cancer Day at Cocalico High School. The day, typically reserved each year to raise awareness for cancer,...

    • Posted February 12, 2014
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