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Monday, Nov. 20

Bicyclists convene in the Lancaster County Food Hub during the “Cranksgiving” food drive on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2023. (Source: Lancaster County Food Hub)

• ‘Cranksgiving’ benefits Food Hub: Sponsored by the Common Wheel, bicycle riders bought food along their routes, collecting 398 pounds in all. (Source: LNP)

• Gettysburg commemorates 160th anniversary of Lincoln’s address: The annual celebration was moved to the Majestic Theater rather than the battlefield due to last week’s potential government shutdown. (Source: CBS 21)

• Enrollment declining at School District of Lancaster: That will eventually lead to reduced state funding, Assistant Superintendent Matt Przywara said. (Source: LNP)

• Lehigh Valley school district settles suit with Satanic Temple: Saucon Valley School District agreed to pay the Satanic Temple’s $200,000 in legal fees and give the After School Satan Club equal access to school facilities as religious clubs. (Source: Fox 43)

• Feds charge suspended DuBois city manager: Herm Suplizio allegedly funneled thousands of dollars in public money into secret personal accounts. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Nation/world: Rosalynn Carter dead at 96. (Source: UPI) Right-wing populist Javier Milei elected president of Argentina. (Source: NPR) Microsoft hires former Open AI CEO Sam Altman. (Source: CNN) Appeals court to hear arguments on Trump gag order. (Source: ABC News) Biden to deploy immigration officers to Panama. (Source: CBS News) Babies evacuated from Gaza taken to Egypt. (Source: NBC News) Mental health experts call for enhancement of 988 service. (Source: USA Today) Biden turns 81. (Source: CNN)