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Big tree

September 12, 2015 McALISTERVILLE — Roy Smith has been slowly cutting away at a log he says came from the biggest tree he has cut in 40 years with his business, Smith Lumber. more »»

Public sculpture at Penn State attracts attention

September 12, 2015 As a proud Penn State alumna, I share the exhilarating experience of being greeted with the familiar “We Are… Penn State!” chant. more »»

Dairy maid likes Buffalo chicken dip

September 9, 2015 Hi! This is Jordan Taylor, a Juniata County Dairy Maid. more »»

Artificial sweeteners vs. regular sugar

September 9, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the final installment of Living Well due to the coming retirement of Beth Van Horn, family and consumer sciences educator with Mifflin County Penn State Cooperative Extension,... more »»

Scout inspired by grandfather to spruce up old cemetery

September 5, 2015 BEAVER SPRINGS — As a child, Steven Pepperman, now 17, remembers driving by the old Adamsburg Cemetery in Beaver Springs with his grandfather Herb Folk. more »»

What’s in the box?

August 29, 2015 LEWISTOWN — Four hundred years ago English settlers zeroed in on a little piece of land 60 miles from the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. All of those settlers were thought to be Protestant. more »»

Presidential search

August 22, 2015 Most people think that the only hobby I have is covering Babe Ruth baseball in Mifflin County. And some people think that is the only job I have. But I consider that my lifetime work. more »»

1880s document comes home after a run on Broadway

August 15, 2015 LEWISTOWN — After years of obscurity and a run on Broadway, a piece of Mifflin County history has come home. more »»

Hot off the press

August 8, 2015 LEWISTOWN — Local teacher and author Dave Webb recently published his eighth and ninth children’s books. more »»

Vegetables: From A to Z(ucchini)

August 5, 2015 Zucchini has been making its way into backyard gardens and farmer’s market purchases this summer. more »»

You won’t miss the meat or cheese in these hearty burritos

August 5, 2015 Roasting is my default cooking method for just about any veggie. more »»

Summer veggies recipe roundup

August 5, 2015 August is Pennsylvania Produce Month. Here are some award-winning recipes from the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing and Research Program. For more, visit the website more »»

Student art decorates MACC

July 25, 2015 BEAVER SPRINGS —Glimmers and speckles of color brighten up the main lobby of the Middle Creek Area Community Center. more »»

Reindeer Gift

July 18, 2015 By tabitha goodling Sentinel correspondent MILROY — It all started with a gift. Elizabeth Passo, of Milroy, spent one June afternoon in 2012 writing a book for her daughter. more »»

Ride raises funds for pets

July 11, 2015 LEWISTOWN — Gary Gill, of Ferguson Valley, was able to successfully complete his 144 mile bike ride on June 30. more »»

Appraisal events reveal great finds: Part I

July 11, 2015 Annually, I present about 150 antique appraisal shows throughout the United States. more »»

The ‘little brown church in the vale’ welcomes visitors

July 4, 2015 “There’s a church in the valley by the wildwood, No lovelier spot in the dale; No place is so dear to my childhood As the little brown church in the vale. more »»

A church is built

July 4, 2015 NASHUA, Iowa — Iowa Territory in 1846 was indeed a wild place, and the frontier town of Bradford was seemingly at the edge of civilization. more »»

A song is born

July 4, 2015 NASHUA, Iowa — Although the Puritan-Congregational church was founded in 1855, no church building existed when William Pitts, a Wisconsin music teacher, came through Bradford, Iowa, by stagecoach, e... more »»

Wildest dream

June 27, 2015 PENNS CREEK — White-tailed deer and eastern cottontails aren’t the only animals that inhabit the forests of Snyder Count. more »»



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