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Teens plan for summer mission across U.S.

January 28, 2012 REEDSVILLE — Though months of cold weather remain, students Jacob Cram and Anthony Elliott are already making plans for their summer vacations. more »»

Changes for life

January 21, 2012 From staff reports LEWISTOWN — More than 75 people marched through the streets of Lewistown to protest legalized abortion Sunday during the annual Pro Life March. more »»

Guiding words

January 14, 2012 BELLEVILLE — Jenny Hagemeyer’s passion for the Lord is as evident in black and white as it is in her three-dimensional life. more »»

Christmas in the streets

December 24, 2011 KENSINGTON — While many wake up Christmas morning in their decorated homes filled with presents and a Christmas tree, the holiday will also arrive for those living under bridges and in tunnels... more »»

Beaver Springs nurse follows calling to Africa with traveling hospital ship

December 17, 2011 BEAVER SPRINGS — Radio ads from nearly a decade ago spurred Paula Pheasant to take a leave of absence from her job and embark on a Mercy Ship mission. more »»

Filipino families continue Christmas traditions in U.S. with annual party

December 17, 2011 SELINSGROVE — When the Warner family moved to rural Central Pennsylvania in 1979, they missed their community of Filipino friends. more »»

Church in the Valley

November 25, 2011 LEWISTOWN — Ellen Chapel Church was born to fill a vacancy in the Ferguson Valley. more »»

Sing out. And loud.

November 18, 2011 STATE COLLEGE — Maybe you sing in the shower, or when your favorite tune comes on the car radio. more »»

A pacifist’s adventure

October 22, 2011 BELLEVILLE — When historian S. Duane Kauffman started digging through local Amish and Mennonite history, he uncovered the adventures of a small-town boy named Solomon “Sol” Yode. more »»

Learn and grow

October 22, 2011 MIFFLINTOWN — It was 1861, the year that began one of the United States’ greatest conflicts — the Civil War. more »»

Church to remember Reformation with recital, portrayal on Oct. 30

October 22, 2011 LEWISTOWN — For 21 years, the Reformation Recital at St. John’s Lutheran Church has highlighted musical talent from around the Juniata Valley. more »»

Corn maze leads to Candy Land

October 14, 2011 LEWISTOWN — From the Gingerbread House to the Gumdrop Mountain, it’s hard to tell whether you’re still in Mifflin County or if you’ve somehow been transported to Candy Land when you visit Theresa... more »»

High schooler joins orchestra

October 8, 2011 COCOLAMUS — The flute is perhaps not the show-stopping sound in the high school band. It does not command the attention of the crow. more »»

Classroom of mud

September 24, 2011 BLOOMSBURG — Imagine a classroom where there is thick mud seeping into your shoes and the smell of mildew in the air. You are handed some boots and gloves. Class has begun. more »»

Burnham Community Day cooks share recipes

September 14, 2011 Blueberry Cake 1 package plain yellow or white cake mix 1 package (3.4-oz. more »»

Churches to reflect on attack, thank responders

September 9, 2011 MIFFLINTOWN — In the wreckage of the World Trade Center that was destroyed by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001, emergency responders discovered the likeness of a cross in steel beams. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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