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Sprouting made easy

November 15, 2018 MUNCY - Although cold weather is upon us, there is still a way to produce fresh greens inside the home. more »»

 
 
 
Veteran physician had staff privileges at Muncy Hospital

November 7, 2018 TURBOTVILLE - Dr. George "Walter" Muffly was one of two general practitioners from about 1920 into the 1960's with offices and residences in Turbotville. more »»

Church marks 236 years in rural Moreland Township

November 1, 2018 MUNCY – “We think of ourselves as the church by the side of the road, a dirt road that is,” said Corey Shaner, Master of Ceremonies as he welcomed attendees to the History-Memory Day held October 21... more »»

White Deer Valley inspired famous writer

October 24, 2018 MONTGOMERY – For a young man spending but four years near Montgomery, novelist Conrad Richter gleaned experiences which would appear in his works, with memories lasting his lifetime. more »»

Plant a winter garden, indoors and out

October 17, 2018 HUGHESVILLE - Learn to garden all year long. A presentation was given at the end of September at the Hughesville Area Public Library by Master Gardener Helen Grosso of Hughesville. more »»

Enter at your own risk, explore haunted barn

October 17, 2018 PENNSDALE - Thrill seekers will love this one! The element of surprise just doesn’t let up when traveling through the Pennsdale Haunted Barn. more »»

Local doctor served as eye specialist during WWI

October 10, 2018 MONTGOMERY - Philip "Harold" Decker, M.D., son of Alex and Rose (Hartranft) Decker was born in Clinton Township near Montgomery in 1894. more »»

Muncy Rotary helps people locally and abroad

October 3, 2018 MUNCY - Since 1934, the Muncy Rotary Club has helped people locally and in other parts of the world, like Ecuador. more »»

Contract service working dogs deserve good home after retirement

September 28, 2018 WATSONTOWN - The month of September and especially this week, we celebrate dogs, but not just ordinary dogs, but dogs who do extraordinary things. more »»

Portrayal of Abigail Geisinger reveals hospital’s history

September 19, 2018 WILLIAMSPORT - Glenn Williams and Abigail Geisinger, (aka) Meg Geffken, discuss events connected with early days at the now famous hospital, The Geisinger Medical Cente. more »»

Fight the fire; become a doll

September 12, 2018 MUNCY - Who are the Firehouse Dolls? These are a group of young female firefighters who have come together to produce a calendar to help raise money for their local fire departments. more »»

‘Forest bathing’ connects with nature for wellness and healing

September 6, 2018 TIVOLI - A journey into the deep green world could put forth restorative and healing powers according to master Beth Jones, a certified Nature and Forest Guide with the Association of Nature and... more »»

Beckoning Cat Project offers ‘Store Next Door’

August 31, 2018 The Beckoning Cat Project in Williamsport is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that depends on donations and fundraisers in order to offer low cost neutering for cats. more »»

New techniques illustrated at SVQG workshops

August 31, 2018 MUNCY - The Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild (SVQG) has been busy learning new techniques since their quilt show was held last March. more »»

Trekking North – Randy riles the Red Coats

August 22, 2018 Editor’s Note: This is the fourth and final report of Randy Watts, who much like a group of captured settlers from 1779, were taken by British and Native Americans from Fort Freeland to the latter’s... more »»

Rain and revelations revealed while Randy treks north

August 17, 2018 (The third in a series of reports following the times and trials of hiker Randy Watts. more »»

Trekking north, Randy rambles on

August 8, 2018 TURBOTVILLE – It was Saturday morning, August 4, when we were contacted by Randy Watts who continues his hike from Fort Freeland near Turbotville, to Fort Niagara at the mouth of the Genesee River i... more »»

Blueberries help church blossom

August 1, 2018 MONTGOMERY - The fourth annual blueberry festival was held on Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Brick Lutheran Church in Montgomery. Organizers said this year was the best attendance they had so far. more »»

Gordner family gathers at grove

August 1, 2018 UNITYVILLE - The 100th gathering of the Gordner/Stackhouse reunion occurred Sunday, July 29, 2018. The picnic, attended by 93 persons, was held at St. more »»

Muncy native collects artifacts on early American natives

July 25, 2018 MUNCY - “Archaeology is systematic destruction!” These profound words are from noted historian and archaeologist Gary Fogelman of Muncy. more »»

Montgomery’s WPA pool made a splash during depression

July 25, 2018 MONTGOMERY - During the 1930s when America was suffering through the ravages of the Great Depression, part of President Franklin D. more »»

 
 

Vineyard Activity Center May 16, 2014

Friday night Youth Activities, Rear 206 S. Market St., Muncy. Designed for teens only ages 12-20. Parents must retrieve children by 10:30 p.m. Call 546-0633. more »

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The Muncy Resiliency Project

January 26, 2017 Not only did the Women’s March make significant history for some of us over the weekend, but there are also some very significant movements going on right now in Muncy. more »

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