— SUNBURY -- The Sunbury High School Class of 1963 celebrated its 50th class reunion Sept. 7 at the Front Street Station, Northumberland. Those attending, from left, front row, Virginia Hile Straub, Ann Rachau Gemberling, Gloria Hendricks Markowski, Shirley Clark Yagel, Roseann Varano Carver, Sharon Savidge Metzger, Sharyn Bostain Smith, William O. Smith, Quay Neidig Klinger, Jean Costello Smith, Judi Leister Berkheiser, James A. DePhillips; second row, Gloria Carr Mull, Joy Notestine Zeiders, Crystal Carr Sechler, Beverly Gross Mercer, Darvin Renn, Ginny Hollister Prentice, Ted Carodiskey, George D. Kunkel, Keith Klinger, Fred E. Best, Nancy Kaiser O’Rourke, Susan Rhoades Wells, Alan W. Rotharmel, Sandra Leffler White, Mary Jane Hetrick Lentz, Brenda Moretz Kissinger; third row, Stephen Rozyckie, David Freet, John Propst Jr., Lynn Bergstresser Schaffer, Melanie Geiser Arcuri, Janis Troutman Harringon, Jean Baker Ray, Sandra Gass, Ron Ray, Lorraine Acker Brosious, Betty Furman Davis, Ruth Douglas Reffeor, Stewart R. Watson Jr., Rob Walter, Linda Wagner Deutsch, Jean Dunkelberger Balestrini; back row, Mark Stauffer, Thomas Markowski, Thomas R. Adams, David A. Welker, Lessie Woodcock Miller, Charles Lehman, John Carver, Lamar Fetterman, John Westbrook, Roger Rauch, Richard Mark Edwards, Patricia Oberlin Grubb, Bill Reichley, John J. Bastian, Eugene Deibler, Richard Boardman, and Sandra Stroup Lehman. Also in attendance but not pictured is Peggy Reichley Bilger and Bob Bucher.
100 gather in Milton to mark Gov. Pollock's legacy
MILTON — James Pollock smiled broadly Tuesday evening as he pointed at the name on the grave stone next to him.Continued ...
‘Pumped up’ crowds greet Valley marathon runners
BOSTON — Bob Welby ran his eighth Boston Marathon on Monday and said this was unlike any other he had experienced, although he finished with a “slow time” of just under 4 hours. “It was a great experience,” the Northumberland resident said. “I think it’s one for the books.”Continued ...
Valley farmers keep eye out for deadly pig virus
CAMP HILL — Pork producers across the commonwealth — and in the Valley — are on the alert for a still existing virus that last year killed 12 piglets in Pennsylvania and a million piglets around the country.Continued ...
Line Mountain board, teachers to talk Tuesday
MANDATA — Line Mountain school board President Troy Laudenslager is far more optimistic this week than he has been as the board and the Line Mountain Education Association head into their first contract negotiation session in three months.Continued ...
Riverside police report for March 2014
RIVERISDE – Borough police reported 50 criminal incidents took place within Riverside during the month of March.Continued ...
Free Trash Disposal for Residents with the City of Sunbury
SUNBURY — The City of Sunbury in conjunction with the Sunbury Municipal Authority will be offering free trash disposal for residents within the City of Sunbury.Continued ...
Milton Area High School Rotary Student of the Month for March
MILTON -- Bryann Brennan has been named the Milton Area Senior High School Rotary Student of the Month for March. He is the son of Bill and Mary Beth Brennan, of Milton.Continued ...
Southside Fire Company report for March 2014
RIVERSIDE – Southside Fire Company answered six calls and volunteered 25.5 man hours during the month of March. The calls answered by the fire company are as follows:Continued ...
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