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Gas proven as grave as enemy’s bullets

January 19, 2018 MUNCY – In the crisp, clean air on the Lycoming County side of North Mountain, Leland Edward Green took his first breath on August 2, 1896. more »»

Ice skating was a favorite past time for Montgomery residents

January 10, 2018 MONTGOMERY - Ice skating was once a very popular activity in Montgomery.  Although Montgomery never had an indoor rink, the town had lots of outdoor spots that were used for the sport. more »»

Growing squash can be rewarding for winter culinary delight

January 10, 2018 MUNCY - The Full Circle Future Harvest club continues to meet every month at the Muncy Public Library with the intent of sharing local resources and learning how to grow and harvest food in our own... more »»

Church sanctuary created as an 'ol fashion Christmas scene

December 18, 2017 PENNSDALE - Step back in time when you enter the First United Methodist Church in Pennsdale during this holiday season. more »»

Making spirits bright with Montgomery’s Keep ‘Em Flying Club”

December 18, 2017 MONTGOMERY - For many Americans, Christmas spirit was tainted with shock and mourning in 1941 as the nation was coming to terms with being unexpectedly plunged into the largest global conflict in... more »»

Traveler finds gateway to Christmas

December 18, 2017 MONTGOMERY - T’was the ninth day before Christmas and a decree from the Montgomery Area Historical Society (MAHS) had gone out that all were invited to a candlelight service at the Stone Church. more »»

Great War puts vocation on hold

December 6, 2017 MUNCY - Like many a small town young man, Earnest Emerson Arthur went off to the big city to learn an occupation. more »»

Postcards generated communication among early residents

December 6, 2017 WILLIAMSPORT - During the early twentieth century, postcards were used like today’s mobile phones as a means of quick communication. more »»

Student forges ahead in metal work

November 29, 2017 PENNSDALE - It has been four years since Josh Sweeney began muddling in metal. The self- taught Muncy High School senior educated himself by watching U-tube. more »»

Medical provider practices acupuncture for optimum health

November 22, 2017 MUNCY - Since the 1990s alternative medicine has begun to integrate into modern medicine. One of the more ancient practices is acupuncture, going back more than 5,000 years ag. more »»

New director completes first year with chorale group

November 22, 2017 TURBOTVILLE - Fortunate are communities having among them, persons talented in music and song. One of many in this valley with a long-standing tradition is the West Branch Chorale. more »»

Tour in France shortened by war's end 

November 8, 2017 MONTGOMERY - Born near Hillsgrove, Sullivan County, Grover L. Secules was age 22 when entering the military. more »»

Local author publishes three novels of historic romance

November 1, 2017 MUNCY - From start to finish, author Chantal Gadoury develops her fictional characters to appeal to a young audience that enjoys romance, fantasy and adventure all in one story. more »»

Tips provided by locals help others learn to grow garlic

October 25, 2017 Editor’s Note: The following information was compiled from resources collected at a meeting with the Full Circle Future Harvest Group on October 9th, 2017 at the Muncy Public Library plus notes from... more »»

Local history, teachers and ancestors inspired Picture Rocks native to write a book

October 25, 2017 WILLIAMSPORT - A history program on Picture Rocks was held Sunday, Oct. 15 by Sherry Gardner Kuiper at the Lycoming County Taber Museum. more »»

The life of Beatrix Potter as portrayed by Meg Geffken

October 17, 2017 TIVOLI - A most enlightening program was held on Weds. October 4th at the Tivoli United Methodist Church that revealed the life and works of Beatrix Potter. more »»

Signaleers notch wins at Fort Monmouth with Hughesville native and "Whitey" Ford

October 13, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - George Montgomery of Hughesville has spent 87 illustrious years so far, but not quite as noteworthy as the years he played baseball at Fort Monmouth, New Jerse. more »»

School alumni fill football stadium

October 4, 2017 HUGHESVILLE - The fall air, the band music, the camaraderie - mix that with a little competition for football goers, and you have a night to remembe. more »»

Methodists meet for annual conclave

September 27, 2017 PENNSDALE – The East Lycoming network of Methodist Churches met Monday evening, September 18 at Pennsdale for their annual gathering. more »»

The flight of the monarch builds bridges of communication

September 22, 2017 TURBOTVILLE - Chasing butterflies can be fun, but the monarch butterfly is one of nature's wonders and one to watch closely according to Deb Steransky of Muncy. more »»



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