May 24, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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Spring Hill

On Mother’s Day, eight people went to Selinsgrove where they attended the graduation of Megan Jenkins, held at Susquehanna University. Megan graduated from the School of Natural and Social Sciences. More...

Camptown

Up, up and away went Bonnie Mader over the ocean water on a recent trip to Florida, para-sailing. Bonnie tells me, up as high as 800 ft. into the air. More...

Silvara

We are so blessed to have such nice weather. I hope you all get out and enjoy it. I love sitting on my front porch listening to the birds. We have two woodpeckers who love to peck the metal signs along the road. First one will peck then the other. More...

Forkston

Ron and Pat Vermeulen recently celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary. They joined Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hinckley for dinner at the Fireplace Restaurant. Pat says that when she was younger, anyone celebrating that many years together seemed very old. More...

Beaver Meadows

Pete and Jane McGee attended grandson, CJ’s ballgame at Montrose and grandson, Peter’s ballgame at Elk Lake on Thursday. Thursday, Clyde and Marie Trible had lunch at Pompei’s in Tunkhannock. More...

Nimble

For those of you who use the Mehoopany Area Library on Saturdays, it will be closed on Saturday, May 26, Memorial Day weekend. So be sure to visit the library before Saturday to get your reading material for the weekend. More...

Dimock

We extend our deepest sympathy to the families of Lynda Williams and Sandra Bartel. These two vibrant young women died last week and will be missed by everyone who knew them. Dewey Hunsinger is recovering from surgery. More...

Laceyville

It was a busy weekend in Laceyville this past weekend with the Plant Sale and threeday event at the Oldest House on Friday, Saturday and Sunday called “A Simpler Thyme” where they sold herbs and plants. More...

Terrytown

Attending the high school concert one item that caught my attention was the slogan on the programs that said, “We put the ‘sing’ into Wyalusing.” Anyone locally can relate to that for how true it seems that talent springs fort More...

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