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I would like to start this week with a sincere apology for my absence in last week’s Derry Diary column. The past few weeks have been really rough for me, as I spent nearly three weeks sick with the flu. To make matters worse, during that time, I found out that not only I, but our whole comm…

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The Derry Area Trojans will take the football field for the first time this season at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, for the team’s home opener against North Catholic. It will also mark the first game for new head coach Vince Skillings.

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One question that has been looming around the community lately is whether or not the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) will move forward with fall sports this season.

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Derry’s Great Garage Sale turned out to be a great success last weekend, as nearly a hundred sellers participated in the annual event. On top of that, you couldn’t have asked for better weather.

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Congratulations to the Cooperstown Vets on becoming the 2020 Latrobe-Derry Area Teener League Regular Season and Playoff Champions! The Vets finished the regular season with a 14-4 record and earned the top seed in the postseason tournament. After defeating Bardine’s in the best-of-three gam…

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Congratulations to Derry Borough Police Chief Randy Glick and K-9 Officer Smoke for receiving their North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA) certificate in the mail. As of June 18, Chief Glick and Smoke were officially certified in narcotics.

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This week I would like to start off with a huge congratulations to Derry Borough Police K-9 Officer Smoke and Chief Randy Glick for passing their certifications with flying colors. K-9 Smoke is now NAPWDA Certified and ready to take on his responsibilities as the new K-9 officer in Derry.

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Hello everyone and welcome to this week’s edition of the Derry Diary. This week’s column is rather long, so let’s get right to the main topics and what’s happening around our community.

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With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s not hard to imagine that a lot of things are happening around our community. So, without further ado, lets get started with upcoming events and news in this week’s edition of the Derry Diary.

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Writing this, my last Derry Diary, is a bittersweet endeavor. On one hand I am looking forward to having no constraints on my time, but on the other I will truly miss the contact with the people of the Derry Area. I have made many friends over the years because of this column, some I know in…

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Next week’s column will be the last time I write the Derry Diary. I have become very spoiled the past few years as I lived a life with no deadlines in it except this column. I’ve been considering giving it up for some time so John and I could make whatever plans we choose without the time co…

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Monday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day. My father and three uncles served in World War II, a cousin served in Korea, my husband and two cousins served in Vietnam, two nephews served in Iraq and three other family members served in peacetime. There has never been a time in my life when someone in m…

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I finally finished all my canning this week. After turning two bushels of Macintosh apples into applesauce, I am officially done until spring. I have filled more than 350 jars with an assortment of stuff. No, I am not preparing for the apocalypse. It’s worse than that. I’m addicted to cannin…

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As of Oct. 25, the Sirius Radio station I listen to most of the time switched to Christmas music. They are referring to it as bringing me “the sounds of the season.” I would like to know just exactly what season they think it is. In my world, the sounds of the season are children saying “tri…

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