— 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.
‘Tis the Season … Milton Public Library Supports Informed Giving
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Northumberland County Woman Selected New Chair of State YF&R Committee
CAMP HILL — Pennsylvania Farm Bureau (PFB) has announced that Janette Lesher, of Northumberland County is joining its board of directors after being elected the new chair of the state Young Farmer and Rancher (YF&R) Committee.Continued ...
City police work around clock to solve murder
SUNBURY — Three weeks after finding a 42-year-old Port Trevorton man dead in a city alley, Police Chief Steve Mazzeo said his force had little time to enjoy the Thanksgiving break because officers still are working around the clock to solve the Nov. 12 murder that has left law enforcement baffled.Continued ...
The Officer Phil Program
SUNBURY — The Officer Phil Program will present its 2013-2014 programs to the local elementary schools.Continued ...
2013 Toys for Tots on the North Shore Railroad
SUNBURY — On Saturday, Dec. 7, railcar owners from the all over the Northeastern United States will be riding on the North Shore Railroad from Northumberland to Berwick and return to collect toys and cash donations for the annual Toys for Tots campaign.Continued ...
VIDEO: A Thanksgiving Meal
Rhonda Fisher has been serving a free Thanksgiving day meal in Sunbury for 14 years.Continued ...
Towns plan events to attract shoppers
SUNBURY — As big box retailers gear up for the Black Friday rush, small businesses also are prepping for a wave of holiday shoppers.Continued ...
Brother reaches plea deal in stabbing
SUNBURY — A Shamokin man who is accused of stabbing a city man 10 to 12 times had his bail reduced after he reached a plea deal with the Northumberland County district attorney’s office Tuesday.Continued ...
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