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Deeds filed Oct. 30, 2019

CLINTON TOWNSHIPCatherine M. Wheeler to Ron Dasher Jr., $196,000, 203 Heilman CircleRuth E. Noble to Jillian M. Ritter, $195,000, 492 Cemetery Hill RoadMONTGOMERYKevin M. and Sabrina A. Burkhart to Jason T. Ottmann, $144,900, 7 Heilman StreetMUNCY BOROUGHGregory S. Schneider to Muncy Borough, ...

Muncy Locals Oct 30

Congratulations are in order to Franchesca Guisewhite, who was crowned Princess and Nevaeh Wertman who was voted as Queen during Muncy Homecoming festivities ion Oct. 18.This week's feature article on the "financial reality fair" at Muncy High School was written by junior Rory Oden, daughter of ...

Montgomery Locals 10/30/2019

Halloween is coming, and I have noticed that with every passing year more and older teenagers are trick-or-treating. I'm one of the younger members of Generation X, when most of us stopped trick-or-treating around the end of elementary school or junior high because back then Halloween was ...

Hughesville Local column for October 30, 2019

Halloween is here! Along with the celebrations of that holiday, the beginning of November means the clocks will be set back, (on Sunday, November 3) and we will see fewer hours of sunlight in the afternoon and evening. I'm hopeful that the first few days after the time change will be clear and ...

Muncy Locals Oct 23, 2019

A person near and dear to my heart attended last Friday's annual Homecoming game, and as always, brought a smile to my face. Gary Brelsford, who was and remains my favorite school bus driver in the whole world, visited Stanley T. Schuyler Memorial Stadium along with wife Ann, to witness their ...

Montgomery Locals 10/23/2019

Montgomery Area High School celebrated Homecoming this past Friday at the football field.Molly Slattery was voted Homecoming Queen, and was crowned by last year's queen, Katie Forrestal. Other members of the Senior court included: Nita Imen, Megan Moser, Breanna Seagraves, and Saige Whipple. ...

Hughesville Locals Oct. 23, 2019

There's no doubt about the season as I look out the window: Leaves of a wide range of yellow, red, and orange coloring dance down the street, and my mums have taken on the rusty tinge of frostbitten petals. While it isn't cold enough for a parka or wool coat, my light windbreakers aren't warm ...

Montgomery Locals 10/16/2019

Do you have any idea how many bizarre "holidays" exist? It's amazing what unusual annual observances pop up on Google if you go looking for them. One of the stranger ones falls on October 17 and is called "Wear Something Gaudy Day." Yes, you read that correctly. To "celebrate," people are ...

Hughesvill Locals Oct. 16, 2019

It's hard to pay attention to national and international news without becoming seriously depressed and concerned these days. I try to keep up with what's happening locally as well as around the country and the world, but it's difficult to do more than read the headlines and choose a select few ...

Muncy LocalsOct. 16, 2019

People, for some reason, enjoy being scared. Books, movies, television shows, and other media sources use the macabre` to turn a profit. Locally, media night was held last week at the Pennsdale Haunted Barn and a number of outlets attended, including our "big sister" publication, the ...