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A Carnegie funded organ may be in your community

PICTURE ROCKS-January 1905 and 1906 were banner months for the Picture Rocks Methodist Church and its secretary Charles Sypher. In January 1905, the congregation received a reply after petitioning steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie, that he would indeed aid in the funding toward the purchase of a new pipe organ. This was especially welcoming news to church secretary Sypher who would benefit from the organ's music when marrying Una E. Hodge the following January. As secretary when the request was first filed in April, 2003, the young 25-year old bachelor was charged with all correspondence ...

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Obituaries

Obituaries

VERRICO-Gregory T. “Beef” Verrico, 50, of Muncy, died Friday, Jan. 8, 2021 at UPMC Susquehanna, Williamsport. Born March 6, 1970 in Pittsburgh, he was a son of Linda M. (Murray) Bonney and the late Fredrick R. Verrico. STEPP-Lena Mae Stepp, 86, formerly of Muncy, has peacefully passed ...

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Crime, Fire and Accidents

Charged 7.29

When Hughesville Police Chief Rodney Smith arrived at a crash scene where a pickup truck driven by Francisco Pagan slammed into the corner of a structure at 48 N. Main St. in the borough, the officer found himself dealing with an intoxicated driver and a language barrier.A native of Puerto ...

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Ray of Lights awards

The CTL's Ray of Lights awards was held Saturday afternoon, June 20, and was live-streamed from the building. Only those nominated were permitted to attend in person.The following nominees represented Muncy:Student Design Awards category: Amber Fry, Sacha Alvarez, Faith Mihalick -Choreography, ...

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