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Shady Nook Park evolved from a cow pasture and bread wagon

September 8, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - Traveling north on Rt. 220, shortly after turning at the intersection of Rts. 220 and 405, a short distance to the left is a place called the Angus Inn. more »»

Locals participated in national tractor show

August 31, 2016 CANANDAIGUA, NY - The 100th year of the Oliver-Cletrac crawler tractors was celebrated during the annual 'Pageant of Steam' at Canandaigua, NY. more »»

Girl Scout project benefits felines at LAPS shelter

August 31, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - A cat's trait for climbing trees are well known, but felines kept indoors need alternatives. more »»

Conveyances and picnic garb change drastically since 1914

August 23, 2016 MORELAND - Appearing a bit different than today was the transportation and clothing attire for attending picnics one hundred years ago. more »»

Muncy Township Fire Company hosts annual event

August 23, 2016 PENNSDALE - Muncy Township was rewarded with a car show on Saturday to help raise funds for the Muncy Township Volunteer Fire Company in Pennsdale. more »»

Messiah Lutheran Church celebrates 150 years

August 18, 2016 CLARKSTOWN -  The Messiah Lutheran Church at Clarkstown hosted a celebration marking its 150th anniversary. more »»

Ranger tales of Pennsylvania mark nature's wonders

August 10, 2016 TIVOLI - Working as a forest ranger for thirty one years brought lots of worthwhile experiences to Brian Valencik as he spoke of them fondly with captured photo images of some of the most amazing... more »»

Unique accessible sensory garden ready for festival

August 10, 2016 WILLIAMSPORT - Earlier this summer season, a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house took place at Lycoming County's newly formed Sensory Garden. more »»

Sisters prepare exhibits for fair

July 21, 2016 HUGHESVILLE – The hustle and bustle centered around fair time is not confined to the fairgrounds. more »»

MVH grows from ‘Noble’ beginnings to nursing school

July 21, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the second part to the history of the Muncy Valley Hospital. In the last article that began with the founding fathers, Dr. Wilbur E. Turner and Dr. Joseph W. more »»

Montgomery Mills lasted nearly 40 years in borough

July 21, 2016 MONTGOMERY - For nearly forty years, one of Montgomery’s most prosperous industries was Montgomery Mills, Inc. more »»

Razor or bullet, both became a close shave

July 21, 2016 WHITE DEER - The number 28 has special significance to the Wertman family. Three generations have served with the 28th Division out of Williamsport. more »»

Visit the local library for summer time fun

July 7, 2016 Things are in full swing for summer fun and the local libraries have planned plenty of family activities to keep busy during these laid back months. more »»

Muncy's American Legion bears name of WWI aviator

June 29, 2016 MUNCY - The fate of Muncy native Roland Ritter would be that his name would forever be affixed to the town's American Legion Post 268. In 1894, the future WWI aviator was born in Muncy to William A. more »»

First '4th Friday' event to feature bike giveaway

June 22, 2016 MUNCY - Since January of this year, members of the Muncy Professional Business Association (MPBA) have been meeting and planning three exciting months of activities for their annual Muncy 4th Fridays. more »»

Muncy Valley Hospital's origins began with the 'Noble Mansion'

June 22, 2016 Editors note: The history of the Muncy Valley Hospital and the Auxiliary is a compilation of research from Linda Poulton at the Muncy Historical Society and from published reports from "Connections"... more »»

16 classes were represented at 2016 alumni banquet

June 15, 2016 MONTGOMERY - The Montgomery Area High School alumni banquet, held at the Clinton Township Fire Hall June 11, 2016, was attended by 247 members and guests. more »»

Gravestone might be that of Muncy's John Sanders

June 9, 2016 Local experts are researching a stone etched with a deep inscription that could be authentic evidence of a more dangerous time. During the morning of Ja. more »»

WWI private wounded in France

June 1, 2016 HUNTERSVILLE - “I’ll go,” volunteered Harold W. Lauchle when the Private learned his Lieutenant was about to leave their position. more »»

Freedoms noted on Remembrance Day    

June 1, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - “When I arrived at boot camp, some mad guy jumped on the bus and began screaming. more »»

 
 

 

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