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Glenn Scobey Warner, born on April 5, 1871 in Springville, New York, would become an important figure in Carlisle Indian Industrial School history. He was the football coach who worked with famous footballer and Olympian Jim Thorpe and went on to coach the team to a win against the Army football team in 1912. “Pop” Warner, as he was affectionately nicknamed by his players, grew up in New York and after a few years spent with his family in Texas, he attended Law School at Cornell University. It was there that Warner learned to play football. Read more: What's the Story with the "Pop" Warner House?
Celebrate the New Year at some of these events in the Cumberland Valley! Ahead this January are a number of performances, community events and the famed Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Read more: Celebrate the New Year
The magic of Christmas comes alive, and to stage, in the Cumberland Valley this December. Grab the kids, friends and family and head out for a night of seasonal fun and witness the talent the Valley offers around the holidays.Read more: The Magic of Christmas
‘What’s the story with…?’ is a phrase commonly heard at Carlisle Barracks. With more than 50 buildings in the National Historic Register, the post has a history unlike many others. Read more: What's the Story with the Jim Thorpe Fitness Center
Carlisle is a town rich in history and a town with delicious restaurants. When going out, most go for top favorites such as Café Bruges, Brick, Andalusia, however; if you look closer there are many restaurants in little nooks and crannies throughout Carlisle. Read more: Scalles Restaurant
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Happy New Year! It is time to make new resolutions for the upcoming year. Among those new resolutions might be getting back into an exercise routine after the holiday season....
Happy Holidays to your family from MWR Carlisle, Letterkenny, FortIndiantown Gap! When we sat down this year to enjoy our office Thanksgiving feast, our conversations took on a...