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Montgomery Locals

In the course of a few days last week, Montgomery saw snow, heavy rains, and now we are heading back to sunny days. But that’s life in central Pennsylvania where you can have a huge variety of weather in the course of a few days. One cheery sign of spring that has been showing up around ...

Montgomery locals

After what seems like a relentless and punishing winter of enduring snowstorm after ice storm, we finally got some nice weather. Last Wednesday the sun was shining and the temperature in town hit a blessed fifty-three degrees! I was so happy to see some nice weather that I went for walk in a ...

Bigfoot Subs makes imprint

MUNCY - Food and friends are an unbeatable combination. The joy of cooking for friends eventually altered Brian Taggart’s career path leading him into the pub and sub business. “I graduated from Bloomsburg University with a degree in Environmental Studies, moved to Philadelphia and spent ...

Patz family part II

After selling the horses in Stetten Bay, belongings were packed on a train for Donnenberg and from there to Weste. Erika said, “The family was relocated to Weste Sunderberg in March of 1945 where four months later I was born in Bevensen, Germany, the only one of ten children born in a ...

“Take Christmas Outdoors” Contest Winners

GRAND PRIZE WINNER - Greg Girven of Muncy - $200 gift card to Cole’s Hardware donated by The Luminary. RELIGIOUS CATEGORY Baptist Church, Picture Rocks - $50 Weis Gift Card donated by Century 21 Colonial Real Estate James Fowler, Watsontown - $50 Gift Card from Haywoods Ben and Kim ...

Football roundup

PIAA State Class A First Roundup STEELTON-HIGHSPIRE 50, MUNCY 43 Muncy, ranked seventh in the state to Steel-High’s fourth, traveled to Dauphin County Saturday and was edged by the Rollers in the PIAA Class A first round 50-43. The Indians trailed 43-14 more than a minute into the second ...

Farmer’s bout with drought

MONTGOMERY - To everything there is a season and at the Sherman Cattle Farm on Brouse Road, the babes of summer come, grow and go on an annual basis. Calving begins in early spring doubling the size of the herd. “I hate delivering calves in cold weather, so through artificial insemination, ...