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The Gettysburg Times

The Gettysburg Times is an American newspaper in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania published by Gettysburg Times Publishing LLC. It was founded in 1800 and is published daily, except for Sundays, Christmas Day and New Years Day. The Gettysburg Times' focus is Adams County news. Its news staff covers area municipal meetings and events and its sports staff covers seven schools - Delone Catholic, Littlestown, Gettysburg, Bermudian Springs, New Oxford, Fairfield, Bermudian Springs and Biglerville. The newspaper is headed by Managing Editor Alex J. Hayes and Publisher Harry Hartman.

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