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First '4th Friday' event to feature bike giveaway

June 22, 2016 MUNCY - Since January of this year, members of the Muncy Professional Business Association (MPBA) have been meeting and planning three exciting months of activities for their annual Muncy 4th Fridays. more »»

Muncy Valley Hospital's origins began with the 'Noble Mansion'

June 22, 2016 Editors note: The history of the Muncy Valley Hospital and the Auxiliary is a compilation of research from Linda Poulton at the Muncy Historical Society and from published reports from "Connections"... more »»

16 classes were represented at 2016 alumni banquet

June 15, 2016 MONTGOMERY - The Montgomery Area High School alumni banquet, held at the Clinton Township Fire Hall June 11, 2016, was attended by 247 members and guests. more »»

Gravestone might be that of Muncy's John Sanders

June 9, 2016 Local experts are researching a stone etched with a deep inscription that could be authentic evidence of a more dangerous time. During the morning of Ja. more »»

WWI private wounded in France

June 1, 2016 HUNTERSVILLE - “I’ll go,” volunteered Harold W. Lauchle when the Private learned his Lieutenant was about to leave their position. more »»

Freedoms noted on Remembrance Day    

June 1, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - “When I arrived at boot camp, some mad guy jumped on the bus and began screaming. more »»

The Eagle Theatre: The Story of a Montgomery Landmark

May 18, 2016 MONTGOMERY - On November 13, 1941, citizens of Montgomery were delighted to pick up their weekly copy of the Montgomery Mirror to learn that a movie theatre was coming to town. more »»

Curator discusses 'Great Gatsby' connection to Muncy

May 11, 2016 MUNCY - Is there a connection between Henry Gibson Brock of Muncy Farms and Scott Fitzgerald’s famous novel, “The Great Gatsby”? Apparently Philadelphia curator Jonathan Schau believes there i. more »»

Mother finds solace through writing

May 2, 2016 TIVOLI - It's not unusual that life's experiences can birth writers. more »»

Riding trails is a favorite past time for older adults

April 29, 2016 MONTGOMERY - Rosemary Seibert of Montgomery explodes with excitement and anticipation when she talks about her “century plus” ride planned for this summer, a bicycle ride on the Pine Creek Rail Trai... more »»

Growing up Grange

April 21, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - From their youth and into adulthood, Helen Mayer and Robert 'Bob' Hively not only grew up in Grange, but have invested decades of time in the organization. more »»

Invasive plants can become weeds

April 21, 2016 MUNCY - Plants that grow aggressively and become difficult to control may be part of a group of species known as "invasive plants. more »»

Choral director receives chorus of compliments

April 12, 2016 “I’m so glad we had this time together,” were words sung by the West Branch Chorale (WBC) as the concert finale at Pleasant View Wesleyan Church, Muncy on Sunday, April 10. more »»

Satisfied customers keep local business in operation for 30 years

April 6, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - Mike Sullivan owner of the Gulf Station in Hughesville celebrated 30 years of business on Saturday, April 2 with a customer appreciation day. more »»

Former teacher tapped for trail talks

March 31, 2016 A life long love affair with hiking serves Ruth Rode well, even in retirement. more »»

An eggs-cellent tradition kept alive

March 24, 2016 MONTGOMERY - Since 1958 local children have enjoyed the annual ‘Easter Egg Hunt’ sponsored by the Montgomery Lions Clu. more »»

Woman went world-wide with journalism

March 24, 2016 (EDITOR'S NOTE: To honor Women's History Month, this is the fourth of a series of stories about local women who made historical strides in our community. more »»

The working women of World War I

March 16, 2016 A card dated June 1918 and postmarked at Baltimore, Maryland, was addressed to Miss Grace Sones of Benton, Columbia County, Pa. more »»

First Female Post Mistress serves in Opp in late 1890s

March 9, 2016 EDITOR'S NOTE: To honor Women's History Month, this is the second of a series of stories about local women who made some historical strides in our community. more »»

Historic park remembered for its tourism during 19th century

March 3, 2016 HUGHESVILLE - On Thursday, February 11 the Muncy Creek Watershed Association met at the Hughesville Library to listen to an interesting program on the history of Fern Dale Park. more »»



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