February 21, 2013 RSS feed / Letters

Nimble

I see the maple trees in front of Elizabeth and Jason Burke’s residence are being tapped for maple syrup. Homemade maple syrup is a real treat, but lots of work. Hailey Farr was a Friday overnight guest of Kendra Schultz of Tunkhannock. More...

Spring Hill

Beautiful, wonderful, delicious, all words describing Spring Hill’s Sweetheart Dinner. Jeanne Fiske thought that approximately 80 people attended. More...

Wyalusing

It was great to see the sun all weekend, but the wind and cold temperatures still kept many of us in our homes to stay warm. We can only hope spring gets here soon. More...

Forkston

The cold temperature and wind on Sunday kept a lot of folks inside. It was so windy at my house that it seemed as though the birds and squirrels hunkered down and stayed in the woods rather than venture out to look for birdseed. More...

Camptown

Baby, it’s cold outside, but the early spring flowers are popping their little heads up undeterred by a little snow and a lot of cold. So take heart, spring is not far away. More...

Beaver Meadows

Sunday, Feb. 24 at 1 p.m., a Memorial Service will be held for Eva Nelson at the church in Beaver Meadows. Tuesday, Karen Bond attended a pancake supper at Wyalusing Presbyterian Church. More...

Dimock

Martha Chamberlain is back at home in Dimock after spending some time in a hospital in the Lehigh Valley. Her husband, Bob, is still helping out with the cooking. We hope that this vibrant woman (and great cook) will soon be back on her feet. More...

Evergreen

Loretta and Jim Abate took Martine Kipp to dinner at Mark’s Valley View restaurant on Valentine’s Day. Florence and Henry Campbell attended the antique tractor meeting at Wysox on Saturday evening. More...

Laceyville

The sun was out this weekend, but temperatures were still cold enough to keep everyone inside to keep warm. Hopefully, it won’t be much longer before temperatures rise and we can begin to enjoy the outdoors again. More...

Terrytown

Sympathy to the family of Julie (Judy) Mosier, who passed away last week. Her husband, Norris and family have seen her battling cancer, which took her life. A courageous lady now in safe hands of the Lord. Prayers for all the family. More...

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