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An eggs-cellent tradition kept alive

March 24, 2016 MONTGOMERY - Since 1958 local children have enjoyed the annual ‘Easter Egg Hunt’ sponsored by the Montgomery Lions Clu. more »»

Woman went world-wide with journalism

March 24, 2016 (EDITOR'S NOTE: To honor Women's History Month, this is the fourth of a series of stories about local women who made historical strides in our community. more »»

The working women of World War I

March 16, 2016 A card dated June 1918 and postmarked at Baltimore, Maryland, was addressed to Miss Grace Sones of Benton, Columbia County, Pa. more »»

First Female Post Mistress serves in Opp in late 1890s

March 9, 2016 EDITOR'S NOTE: To honor Women's History Month, this is the second of a series of stories about local women who made some historical strides in our community. more »»

Historic park remembered for its tourism during 19th century

March 3, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - On Thursday, February 11 the Muncy Creek Watershed Association met at the Hughesville Library to listen to an interesting program on the history of Fern Dale Park. more »»

Emergency nurse is always ready for worst

March 3, 2016 MUNCY—“I’m part of something scary and I can make it better,” said Janai Abergast of Clarkstown, the supervising nurse in the emergency room at Muncy Valley Hospita. more »»

Contractor's honesty sounder than a silver dollar

March 3, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - 'Lock, Stock and Barrel' is a term used for those purchasing properties. Another is 'Buyer Beware', or in this case, the buyer was unaware of all items on a Hughesville property. more »»

A new look, a new service for Weis

February 24, 2016 MUNCY - Once again Weis market in Muncy has done some remodeling and some expansion, this time adding a drive thru pharmacy and seating for customers. more »»

Writer to share historical Borough

February 17, 2016 MONTGOMERY - This week the Luminary staff introduces Jade Heasley, a Montgomery native who has accepted to be a correspondent for the Montgomery locals and nearby areas. more »»

Quilt decor, painted especially for you

February 12, 2016 CLINTON TOWNSHIP - Locally and throughout the county, in both rural and urban communities, outdoor décor featuring quilt blocks are being affixed to buildings. more »»

WWI 100-year anniversary fast approaching

February 3, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - The 100th anniversary of WWI is fast approaching, and local historian and writer, Carol Shetler, along with a working committee are seeking names of soldiers from the East Lycoming are... more »»

Join healthy connections with new classes at the ELYMCA

January 22, 2016 MUNCY - Don’t let the winter blues take over your spirit for fun and recreation this season. There is an immediate solution to beat the cold weather with the nearby East Lycoming YMCA. more »»

Local artist paints mural for Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

January 15, 2016 MUNCY – Susquehanna Health Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, located at Muncy Valley Hospital, recently looked to local artist Michael Pilato to provide his artistic touch to a mural in the... more »»

Muncy church dedicates new addition

January 15, 2016 MUNCY - With the theme, "Growing deeper, Reaching wider," the congregation of the Muncy United Methodist Church dedicated their second and latest addition to the building they've inhabited since 1972. more »»

Small town country doctor eases into full retirement

December 29, 2015 PICTURE ROCKS - Setting sights on retirement was not an easy task for Dr. Michael Gross, a local physician who has made strides in this small community in so many ways. more »»

Christmas party highlights 'Ugly Sweater' contest

December 17, 2015 Many parties occur during the Christmas holidays including gatherings for employees, clubs, families, friends and organizations. more »»

Rishel fire deemed news tip of the week

December 3, 2015 HUGHESVILLE - Just after midnight fifty years ago on November 4, 1965, residents near the Rishel Furniture Factory phoned relatives after a blaze broke out at the factory in Hughesville. more »»

Church benefit concert draws Texan to return to hear his ballad

November 27, 2015 TIVOLI—Five years ago, 43-year old Texan, Jimmy Roberts followed the natural gas industry to Pennsylvania and found the state where he wanted to spend the rest of his life. more »»

War news came 71 years later

November 25, 2015 MONTGOMERY - "They came to me with stories of seeing the B-17 bomber crash," said Marion McCormick, referring to a few elderly inhabitants of Zegveld, during her October 2015 visit to the Netherlands. more »»

Long time resident given a day of proclamation

November 19, 2015 MONTGOMERY - Helen Kreppenneck was quite surprised when the Mayor of Montgomery showed up at her house on Tuesday, November 3rd to offer her the day dedicated just for her. more »»



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