January 17, 2013 RSS feed / Letters

Jenningsville

Well, here we are over halfway through January. So far, those heading to the sunshine state could have stayed around with the warmer temperatures this past weekend. February sometimes can be sort of rough. More...

Beaver Meadows

Tuesday and Saturday, Jane McGee took Rev. Bill Nelson of Retta to visit his wife, Eva, at Golden Living in Tunkhannock. Sunday, Karen Bond called on Bob and Joan Caswell at Wyalusing. More...

Camptown

From the number of folks in church on Sunday, I would think the flu and/or norovirus is abating. We certainly hope so, but still be careful to avoid coughing or sneezing people, and most important, wash your hands. More...

Spring Hill

Nancy Bennett enjoyed having Chip, Connie and Ben Patterson visit from Thursday to Saturday. Their son, Alex also came from Penn State where he is in his first year of school. He returned to Penn State on Sunday. More...

Nimble

Monday and Tuesday afternoon, my daughter, Ginger Howell and I enjoyed playing a few games of Canasta. More...

Dimock

We may have had a short January thaw. Last week when sunny daytime temperatures soared above freezing in contrast to cold nights, sap began to rise in some sugar maples. More...

Forkston

A little rain and a little sun took care of much of the snow on the ground. The snow is still plainly visible in the higher elevations, but the daffodils are popping up. More...

Terrytown

It seemed good to see the green grass as it appeared over the weekend. It doesn’t even have to be mowed. Thank God for our weather when one sees how much of the nation is covered in knee-deep snow, tornadoes and all kinds of disruptions. More...

Dimock

We may have had a short January thaw. Last week when sunny daytime temperatures soared above freezing in contrast to cold nights, sap began to rise in some sugar maples. More...

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