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Letter from our readers

I believe that I speak for my fellow members of the MHS class of 1965 when I say that we are saddened to learn of the October 3rd passing of Tom O'Boyle at age 83 as reported in the obituary section of the October 15 edition of the Luminary. Tom was our class advisor.Tom was more than a ...

Open Letter to Muncy and the World

I am a retired teacher of History, and in this capacity, I have become quite negative in my outlookof the future. I know the world revolves in circles and that sooner or later "what goes around comesaround." I recently was diagnosed with pneumonia, and with medication, was confined to home ...

Muncy Encyclopedia

Dear readers,As part of my 2600 page Muncy Encycloepdia, I am reproducing all the booklets ever published of which there are about 20. I lack one.In l983 there was a photo of Dave Wallis giving a copy of a Chamber of Commerce booklet on Muncy to Bob Burns. There is not copy of it in the ...

FICTIOUSLY NAMED SUSPECT FOUND INNOCENT AT MUNCY DOCTOR OFFICE

Sounds ridiculous? It isn't! It used to be that only with the IRS did you have to prove your innocence, but now paranoia has swept the country. You are assumed guilty for all kinds of things until you provide proof that you are not.It's a sad state of affairs when for hundreds of years there ...

From our readers

Sharing Muncy's Memorial DayMay 30, 2013To my daughters and family who live so very far away, I sent this e-mail:May 29, 2013 at 4:07 p.m.Dear Winona and Family,Blessed Memorial Day in remembering our ancestors and veterans...It was a clear, sunny cool day. The parade came down Penn Street to ...

From our readers

Dear editor,This note is written to thank you for the wonderful article about my Healthy Cooking presentation at the Life Center on February 23rd as part of the Day of Dance Event. The story was entertaining, informative and well written.I truly appreciate the coverage, as it has helped to get ...

Lights On!

I appreciate the decision to rethink turning the street light back on in my neighborhood. I, and my neighbors, feel much better that now we can see when driving or walking after dark.Sincerely,William G. RitterMuncy, PA

Save The Ritz

It was three years ago in mid November 2009 that Jay Richards refurbished with his own money (no grants) and reopened the closed Ritz Theater. A full page advertisement in the Luminary called it the "Miracle on Main Street." Our "Miracle," the theater, now faces a crisis due to the digital age ...

Follow-up to Our Town

The very well done WVIA "Our Town" program has gotten me to thinking. I would like to follow-up with it by listening to the twelve hours of interviews and presenting some of the comments in the Luminary that had to be deleted for lack of time. Then also maybe have others come forward with ...

From Our Readers

Fellow Rotarians,Wow! What an evening. I trust all of you had the time to watch the premiere showing of the two-hour feature proclaiming Muncy's heritage and the community pride in our little town. Muncy Rotary Club members President Justin Reis, President Elect Richard Langer and Second ...