SELINSGROVE -- The Selinsgrove High School Class of 1952 held its 60th class reunion recently at the Country Cupboard, Lewisburg. Those attending, from left, front row, Betty Inch Eberle, Martha Brubaker Leach, Marion Bordner Rowe, Geraldine Schrawder Sauers, Joyce Troutman Walshaw, Fannie Straub Hixson; second row, Marjorie Benfer Hackenberg, Nancy Dressler Stroup, Marjorie Lamon Owens, Ardenna Hornberger Kauffman, Barbara Sechrist Parker, Carl Scholl, Leon Brown, Max Leitzel; back row, Kermit Ritter, Barbara Beaver Lenig, Betty Gaugler Elsesser, Carrie Stauffer Jones, Irene Ritter Burgard, Richard Dressler, Harvey Murray, Donald Sauers, Allen Nace, Robert Longenberger, Harold Stauffer, and William Hollenbach.
"Drive Out Cancer" Mustang
SELINSGROVE — The Relay For Life events in our areas have ended, however, the ‘Drive Out Cancer’ Mustang, courtesy of Selinsgrove Ford, continues to drive on.Continued ...
Beavertown Library Totes
BEAVERTOWN — Navy blue medium sized tote bags featuring a handprint design and inscribed with the logo, “From Big to Small, Serving Them All at the Beavertown Library” are being sold for $4 to support the Beavertown Library.Continued ...
Funding Available For Farm Private Planning And Consulting Assistance Available
MIDDLEBURG — Any Snyder County farmer interested in hiring a private consultant to write a manure management plan (MMP) or a nutrient management plan (NMP) can apply for funding assistance through the Snyder County Conservation District.Continued ...
McClure Revitalization Committee Formed
McCLURE — A revitalization committee has been organized in McClure to take control of the community and to help make McClure a safe, pleasant and attractive place to live and work and to promote good will and community spirit among all residents, including respect for others and their property.Continued ...
Electric Choices Workshop
SELINSGROVE — Electric rates soared this winter, leaving many households with sky-high electric bills without a way to pay them.Continued ...
Masons unearth veterans' markers in Shamokin Dam cemetery
SHAMOKIN DAM — They’re flat, metallic and about as big as a saucer. They are the medallions placed at graves of service members and veterans, indicating participation in a war, and for the most part at Orchard Hills Cemetery and Memorial Park, there is little indication they exist.Continued ...
Cross Cultural Exchange — Host a Japanese Student This Summer
SELINSGROVE — Share your home with a Japanese college student and learn about Japanese culture.Continued ...
Hydrant Flushing in Spring Township
BEAVER SPRINGS — The Spring Township Municipal Authority in Beaver Springs will flush fire hydrants on July 2. Residents will have low water pressure and may experience dirty water.Continued ...
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