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Book of the century

September 9, 2011 PORT ROYAL — The Port Royal bicentennial may be a year away, but plans for the 200th anniversary celebration already have been outlined. more »»

Pupils quiz bishop on women as priests, school choice in state

September 9, 2011 LEWISTOWN — When area pupils recently got to talk with Catholic Bishop Joseph McFadden, they didn’t bother with the “What’s your favorite food?”-type question. more »»

Pastor’s son steps into first ministry role at Grace Covenant

August 13, 2011 LEWISTOWN — As a pastor’s son, Josh Nuss grew up surrounded by Bible teachings and church services. more »»

A tragic reminder that the Juniata isn’t always gentle

August 8, 2011 LEWISTOWN — To the naked eye, the Juniata River may look like one of the more slow-moving rivers that flows through the mountains of Central Pennsylvania. more »»

Island Grove mixes old traditions with new

August 6, 2011 MEXICO — Visitors at Island Grove Campground describe the annual meetings as a step back in time, but they have not been immune to change. more »»

Summer school

August 6, 2011 Jennifer Mattive, left, of T&D Cats of the World, explains the characteristics of the tortoise to the children who attended Camp Beaver Day Camp July 27, in Beaver Springs. more »»

Juniata County ministries work together to build orphans’ home

July 30, 2011 MIFFLINTOWN — Two Juniata County missions organizations are pooling resources this summer to build an orphanage for Haitian children who have no homes. more »»

Way of Life

July 23, 2011 PORT ROYAL — Echoes of a song hum softly from a farm kitchen in Spruce Hill as a group of women prepare lunch for their families and visitors. more »»

Idea for heritage project sown in Lewistown

July 16, 2011 LEWISTOWN — The heritage and history of rural Pennsylvania are coming together to showcase the beauty of the Keystone State through a grassroots endeavor that started in Mifflin County. more »»

Couple to serve Spring Run

July 9, 2011 McVEYTOWN — Husband and wife team the Revs. Craig and Kate Gandy will step into new roles Sunday as the pastors of the Spring Run Church of the Brethren. more »»

Getting fresh air

July 6, 2011 Allysa Garcia, top, slides into the water as Tabitha Guzman, left, and Justice Sheaffer swim at the annual Fresh Air Kids Pool Party Tuesday at the Burnham Lions Club Pool during the Fresh Air Kids... more »»

Owl City talks of his faith, career

June 25, 2011 MOUNT UNION — Several years ago, Adam Young was just a quiet, small-town guy writing music in his parents’ basement. more »»

Festival begins Wednesday with line-up of national bands, speakers

June 25, 2011 MOUNT UNION — Every year, the nation’s largest Christian music festival sets up in the Juniata Valley’s back yard. more »»

Local preaching class to offer new approaches, presentation

June 18, 2011 BELLEVILLE — The fear of public speaking is reputed to trump anxiety about death, snakes and many other things that make people shake in their shoes. And preaching a sermon is no exceptio. more »»

Vegan to double his age in miles for benefit bicycle ride

June 8, 2011 LEWISTOWN — To raise money for a cause that’s important to him, Gary Gill is gearing up for a 136-mile bicycle ride next week — something he’s never taken on before. more »»

Growing up

May 28, 2011 RICHFIELD — The Niemond’s Independent Church has a history of outgrowing itself. more »»

Churches to host worship event, food collection for local ministries

May 28, 2011 LEWISTOWN — Two local churches are bringing musician and writer Gabriel Allred for two special worship events in June. A Night of Worship with Allred will be held at 7 p.m. more »»

RiverFEST Idol auditions scheduled; sponsors sought

May 6, 2011 LEWISTOWN —Open auditions for the annual Juniata RiverFEST Idol singing competition will be held from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on May 18 and 26 at the Mifflin County Historic Courthouse in Lewistown. more »»

Going to War

April 30, 2011 LEWISTOWN — Dilapidated houses, sewage running into the streams, extreme poverty — these are the things that local missions teams see in War. more »»

 
 

 

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