May 10, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Color Confusion

Dear editor: There seems to be a new term floating about; the term is “White Hispanic.” It seems, today, some are combining a person’s color with their ethnic background. More...

Voter Questions Candidates Quotes

Dear Editor: At a Candidates’ Forum held on April 14, 2011, two candidates for (Susquehanna) County Commissioner gave the following answers to this question: What is your motivation for seeking the position of commissioner? More...

Terrytown

So glad to report that Armeta God has returned home from the hospital. She has around the clock care and with the help of a wheelchair, gets out some. Friday, I was pleased to see her with Donna and Dale, her children, shopping in Wyalusing. More...

Evergreen

Vida Williams and Alberta Thall attended the Mother’s Day dinner in Dushore at Sullivan Terrace. Skyler Williams did it for her senior project. Vida’s grandchildren, Cierra and Drayson spent Saturday with her and helped out. More...

Spring Hill

One might wonder what Joyce Stethers and Barbara Gary were doing at a roller skating party in Sayre Friday night not being chickens any more. More...

Jenningsville

The weekend was a busy one. All were thankful that the weather was great. Opening ceremonies were held on Saturday for the FWM Little League baseball at the Goodwin Field on Rt. 187. More...

Beaver Meadows

Jane McGee visited Rev. Bill and Eva Nelson at Retta on Thursday. Karen Bond and Marie Trible had dinner Friday evening at Frank & Mary’s in Stevensville. More...

Don’t Just Cut Arts

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NRA Guards Your Freedoms

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Laceyville

There are many nice things coming up this weekend here in town. The Laceyville High School alumni banquet is coming up on Saturday evening at the Baptist Fellowship Center. Meet at 3 p.m. More...

Nimble

Friday evening, my brother and wife, Bryce and Cindy Sutton and Randy and I enjoyed supper at the American Legion in Black Walnut. More...

Dimock

Debbie Mills is recovering at home following hip surgery. We hope she will heal quickly. Carol Hess, daughter of Ada and Bob Hess, will undergo extensive back surgery this week. Carol lives in Nebraska where she teaches special education. More...

Camptown

Route 706 from Camptown to Merryall seems to be the hot spot this week. Meghan Wood reports that her dad, Greg saw four bears this week, a mother and three cubs, that Greg watched walk up the knoll behind the Wood house. More...

Forkston

The hummingbirds are back in the area. How nice to see them return. The butterflies and bumblebees are also out and about, along with the occasional bear. More...

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