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Luminary brings on new leader

July 31, 2019 HUGHESVILLE - The leadership of the Muncy Luminary is changing with the retirement of Barbara Barrett as its editor. more »»

 
 
 
Annual quilt show reveals symbolic patriotism of colonial life

July 31, 2019 MUNCY - The Muncy Historical Society continues to capture a piece of history and share it within its community. A perfect example was the 15th annual quilt show held on July 19 and 20. more »»

Muncy resident shares strategies for Disney World

July 24, 2019 MUNCY - All budgets can work to organize a trip to Disney World according to Muncy resident, Kate Frey who has been taking her family to the theme park every year for the past ten years. more »»

Life not so good during Civil War

July 11, 2019 MUNCY - July 4th is a celebration of freedom. more »»

How far is far for fish?         

July 11, 2019 LAIRDSVILLE – This is not your usual fish story and as there were several witnesses, every word is true. We often hear of die-hard fishermen who own a boat, the latest tackle and even ‘fish finder. more »»

Moreland the Magician visits Muncy

July 11, 2019 MUNCY - The area libraries were able to blast off with a sizzling summer season. Commander David Moreland started with a universe of tricks in his high energy show that lasted close to an hour. more »»

Elvis escorts pastor into retirement

July 11, 2019 CLARKSTOWN - At the conclusion of the benediction, sanctuary doors at the Clarkstown United Methodist Church swung open to reveal that Elvis had entered the building. more »»

Age well with UPMC senior lifestyle programs

July 1, 2019 MUNCY - National Senior Health and Fitness Day was celebrated here in Muncy on Wednesday, May 27 at the Lycoming Mall. more »»

Montgomery student holds post as Dairy Maid

June 21, 2019 ALLENWOOD - Fifteen-year-old Katelyn Taylor of Allenwood has been named as this year’s Lycoming County Dairy Maid. She is the daughter of Brett and Laura Taylor. more »»

Micro-gardening made simple with small spaces

June 21, 2019 MUNCY - Master Gardener Mike Flanagan learned how to grow his own food with very little space and shared numerous ideas for doing so during a presentation last month at the Muncy Public Library. more »»

Off Fellows honor deceased members

June 7, 2019 CAROL SHETLER/The Luminary In observance of Memorial Day, IOO flags were placed on the graves of deceased members of Brady Lodge 116. more »»

Revelation brought gasps at Memorial Day service

June 5, 2019 HUGHESVILLE - As the nation's citizenry paused to honor its war dead, so too did area residents who gathered on Memorial Day, May 27 at Pleasant Hill Cemetery at Hughesville. more »»

Levi Houston established world-class factory in Montgomery

May 22, 2019 MONTGOMERY - Montgomery was officially founded in 1887, and one the town’s earliest successful businessmen was New England native, Levi Houston (pronounced “HOUSE-ton”). more »»

Mothers of the Civil War became ‘arsenal workers’, many serving soldiers

May 9, 2019 HUGHESVILLE - It proved to be a festive and very informative afternoon, when several turned out to take part in the East Lycoming Historical Society’s 11th annual Victorian Tea held at Friends Churc... more »»

Traditional Easter egg hunt fulfills lifetime memories

May 2, 2019 HUGHESVILLE - Easter has become a big celebration with a traditional Easter egg hunt held each year on McConnell Drive in Hughesville. more »»

Quilting is a collectible art

May 2, 2019 PENNSDALE - Those immersed in the world of quilting learned several things about themselves as they listened to a presentation given by local artist, designer and quiltmaker, Wendy Etze. more »»

At 106, Muncy native still comes home to visit

April 18, 2019 MUNCY - Family history and a scholarship dinner at Bucknell University brought Fannie Rachael Wood Brown back to Muncy for a weekend visi. more »»

Stained glass window from old church gets new life

April 10, 2019 MUNCY - Recently a true work of art has been restored and donated to the Muncy Historical Society. This gift was originally part of the Lutheran Church that once stood on 100 N. more »»

Compelling scenery and massive landscapes lure millions of visitors to national parks

April 3, 2019 MUNCY - A well documented history of the National Park Service and its mission was given by Matt Enderle at the Muncy Public Library on Tuesday evening, March 26. more »»

Remembering Miss Ruggles, a teacher never forgotten

March 27, 2019 MONTGOMERY - Evadne (pronounced ee-VOD-nee) Ruggles was a beloved English teacher and distinguished fisherwoman who made a long-lasting impression on her students. more »»

Cousins cite creativeness as part of their DNA

March 21, 2019 MUNCY - When pondering 'Women in History,' what names come to mind? On the international front one might cite Mother Theresa, a Catholic nun who worked with the poor; while Amelia Earhart exemplifie... more »»

 
 

Vineyard Activity Center January 11, 2019

Friday night Youth Activities, Rear 206 S. Market St., Muncy. Designed for teens only ages 12-20. Parents must retrieve children by 10:30 p.m. Call 546-0633. more »

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The Muncy Resiliency Project

January 26, 2017 Not only did the Women’s March make significant history for some of us over the weekend, but there are also some very significant movements going on right now in Muncy. more »

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