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TM WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2022 $1.50 LANCASTERONLINE.COM 228th Year, No. 97 COPYRIGHT LNP MEDIA GROUP, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED LOCALLY OWNED SINCE 1794 WEATHER 84 67 FORECAST, PAGE A2 INDEX BUSINESS A6 CLASSIFIEDS COMICS B8, B9 DEATHS REPORTED A13 FOOD LOTTERY OBITUARIES OPINION PUZZLES B7 SPORTS A16-A18 TV www.theoriginalyorkantiquesshow.com Managed by: MELVIN L. ARION PO BOX 119 Laurel, DE 19956-0119 (302) 875-5326 SEPTEMBER 23RD 24TH, 2022 CDC GUIDELINES IN EFFECT York Fairgrounds Convention Expo Center MEMORIAL HALL EAST 334 Carlisle Ave. York PA 17404 Show Phones: (717) 718-1097 or (302) 542-3286 The Original 179TH Semi-Annual YORK, PA ANTIQUES SHOW SALE 75 Selected Exhibitors featuring 18th 19th Century American, English, Primitive and Period Furniture and Accessories AIR GOOD FOOD FREE NO SMOKING IN BUILDING Friday 10am to 6pm Saturday 10am to 5pm CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED General Admission: $10 each With this ad $9 each Fine Early China and Glassware 18th 19th Century Silver Chinese Export Porcelain Oriental Rugs Fine Antique Jewelry Antique Toys Pewter Early Kitchen Fireplace Accessories Historic American Militaria American English Samplers Navajo Rugs, Pueblo Pottery, Baskets and Native American Artifacts TOM LISI Low morale and low pay among some Lancaster County employees surfaced at a Tuesday commissioners meeting as officials began early discussions about next budget.
A deputy-level employee at the county office, which handles paper- work for civil cases, spoke to the board of commissioners about his struggles making ends meet on his salary and a need for better pay among other county workers generally. David Riger, deputy prothonotary and a 19-year county employee, said at the com- work session that he has had to ration medication and work other jobs out- side his full-time role at the county. He told the commissioners that he has not had more than a nominal raise in 15 years. And his sto- ry is not unique, he said. Wage data obtained from the county through a public records request show Riger made $31,342.92 in 2021.
Friends who do similar work for other employers are mak- ing a lot more, Riger said. look at my peers in the tri-state area, some of who are making triple my Riger said. expect that in Lancaster, our cost of living is different but I expect something, I expect to pay my rent and I ex- pect to pay my electric The commissioners told Riger they ap- preciated his feedback and pointed to a countywide compensation study the human resources department is undertaking to de- termine what salary levels would represent for different position levels. That study will be complete before the Low-pay charge surfaces Commissioners tell county worker studying matter LOCAL GOVERNMENT JADE CAMPOS Wyngate Manor is the hidden gem of School House Road in Lancaster Township. Standing on the sidewalk looking up a long, winding driveway shrouded by trees, hard to imagine the pa- latial 10-bedroom mansion at the other end.
All pass- ersby see from the street is a sign alerting them that Wyngate Manor is not meant for public recreation. Property. No Trespassing. No Turn Around. Beware of But 30 years ago, the plan for the English manor-style mansion and its 12 verdant acres was to make the prop- erty anything but private.
The late Dr. Charles R. Winter, who built the house at 80 School House Road in 1969, wanted to transform the Control of property in question Charles Winter left stewardship of Wyngate Manor to conservancy; family is selling CONSERVATION State police on Tuesday search the home from which Mary Ann Bagenstose, a 25-year-old aide and mother of a 2-year-old son, went miss- ing on June 5, 1984, in Willow Street. Below, police converse at the former home of Bagenstose. Investigation at house of Mary Ann Bagenstose, missing since 1984 POLICE AT COLD CASE SITE MISSING PERSON SUZETTE WENGER STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTOS DAN NEPHIN Nearly four decades ago, Mary Ann Bagenstose, a 25-year-old mother of a 2-year-old son, suppos- edly left her West Willow home to walk to a Tur- key Hill convenience store in Willow Street.
It was the last time anyone heard from her. On Tuesday, at least a half-dozen police vehi- cles were parked in the driveway and along the street in front of former home at 167 West Willow Road before 8 a.m. A Pennsyl- vania State Police SUV remained there through the midafternoon. Her husband, Jere Bagenstose, from whom she was estranged at the time of her disappear- ance, still lives at the home. A man with white The Mansion at Wyngate Manor, 80 School House Road in Lancaster Township, can be seen Tuesday through an open- ing in the trees from School House Road.
BLAINE SHAHAN STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Local apples are officially in season. Try one of eight pick-your-own fruit orchards in the area. Page B1 FOOD I expect something, I expect to pay my rent and I expect to pay my electric bill. David Riger, Lancaster County deputy prothonotary RELATED COVERAGE Mary Ann Bagenstose is one of six people officially listed as missing from Lancaster County. Page A4 COLD CASE, page A4 WYNGATE MANOR, page A5 COUNTY WORKERS, page A9 After a year off the air, a retooled Golden Globes Awards telecast is set to resume in January.
Page A2 NATION war on Ukraine takes center stage as world leaders convene at the United Nations. Page A7 WORLD Down one Barnstormers lose to Southern Maryland 2-1 in playoff opener of best-of-5 series Sports, Page A16.
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