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Woman works to improve her adopted town

March 27, 2015 MONTGOMERY - Regardless if one is using the past, present or future tense of the word "DO", when considering women in Montgomery's history, one name comes to residents' minds . . . Becky Sanguedolc. more »»

Working with clay inspires artistic talent

March 24, 2015 MUNCY - Taking up new hobbies and do it yourself classes are becoming quite the norm these day. more »»

Easter eggs provide a profitable tradition at Muncy church

March 19, 2015 MUNCY - The Women's Organization at the Church of the Resurrection in Muncy spent the last week making four different kinds of chocolate covered Easter eggs. more »»

Muncy's first female postmaster served her community well

March 11, 2015 MUNCY - Emma Ritter Shumaker of Muncy is a woman to be recognized in history, for she was the first female to serve as postmaster in Muncy’s Post Office. more »»

First woman Police Chief was on the beat

March 4, 2015 HUGHESVILLE – Those acquainted with Georgine Johnson know of her tenacity, perseverance, leadership qualities and no-nonsense attitude. more »»

High School students tour Muncy Bank & Trust

March 4, 2015 MUNCY - A hands on lesson in credit and finance as well as a broad scope of the banking industry gave ten students from Muncy High School a better understanding about the exchange of money. more »»

Spiritual DNA considered at ELHS program

February 25, 2015 HUGHESVILLE - In humans, the discovery of DNA has resulted in linking persons with continents of origin while test results often prove family relationships. more »»

Get ready for the Lime Bluff Park Bluebird Trail

February 25, 2015 HUGHESVILLE - Last April, the Lycoming Audubon Society teamed up with the East Lycoming Recreation Authority to install four paired sets of bird nest boxes at Lime Bluff Park. more »»

Old maps make lasting gifts for the Muncy Public Library

February 18, 2015 MUNCY - As he spends most of his remaining years in the town of Muncy itself, historian Thomas Taber proudly states that Muncy has the most recorded history in the state of Pennsylvania. more »»

Pastor settled in at Muncy

February 13, 2015 MUNCY - The Rev. Robert Rice and his family have comfortably settled in at the Baptist Church parsonage in Muncy after arriving here in August 2013. more »»

Yoga, meditation connect to self love

February 13, 2015 MUNCY - Amber Berberich has done it well. She has covered all of her bases, including choosing downtown Muncy to introduce her new Yoga Studio and Sattvic Lounge. more »»

Taiko drumming lessons give cardio workout

January 28, 2015 MUNCY - Urie Kline will be having Taiko drumming classes every Tuesday night from 6 to 7 p.m. at 1462 John Brady Drive in Muncy Township. more »»

Superintendent begins career at Muncy Schools

January 28, 2015 MUNCY - A new career change and a planned move to Muncy Borough are in store for Craig Skaluba, the new Superintendent who took over January 1st for Muncy School Distiric. more »»

Skilled Nursing Unit celebrates winter with musical hand bells

January 20, 2015 MUNCY - Residents at the Susquehanna Health Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Muncy were entertained to a variety of songs and lyrics from a well known musician in the Lycoming County area... more »»

Friends Church dedicates new building

January 6, 2015 HUGHESVILLE – On Sunday December 14, 2014 the Friends Church in Hughesville held a building dedication ceremony for their newly expanded fellowship hall, affectionately known as the “Fireside Room”. more »»

Local family supplies coal nuggets for the naughty

December 24, 2014 MUNCY - Knowing coal is locally available for stuffing stockings is a warning to naughty children and adult. more »»

Muncy Bank instills a new tradition with decorator's choice award

December 24, 2014 MUNCY - Customers of Muncy Bank & Trust couldn’t help but take a second look at the windows inside the main building on Main Street in Muncy, also at the Hughesville branch, Clarkstown and in... more »»

Bear hunting popular in the early 1900's

December 18, 2014 In 1919, a group of local hunters took to the mountains near Columbia County's Jamison Cit. more »»

Antiques and collectibles capture old time spirit

December 16, 2014 HUGHESVILLE - The tri-town area in Lycoming County is abound with places to buy antiques and collectibles. more »»

Pearl Harbor Day remembered

December 9, 2014 "The day which will live in infamy," December 7, 1941 when Pearl Harbor was bombed, was remembered 73 years later on the same date at the East Lycoming Historical Society. more »»



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