January 16, 2014 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Camptown

Goodbye, Jane Carey, beloved teacher and mentor. Every year at the Camptown Alumni Banquet, her former students recall many stories of how she influenced their lives. Our sympathy to her family and friends. Jim and Donna Hepp had a busy week. More...

Jenningsville

We are already into the middle of January. How swiftly the time goes by. Try to enjoy each day as the good Lord intended as all are a blessing. More...

Terrytown

The predictions are that the frigid weather is behind us. Cold, but not the repeat of what we have had. So much for global warming. The annual Farm Show is now history. More...

Spring Hill

The UMW met at the hall with Vicki Vannan previewing the programs from this year’s meetings. Vicki then delighted everyone with a King Cake, a New Orleans Mardi Gras specialty. The cake is frosted in king colors; purple, red, etc. More...

Evergreen

Happy birthday to Connie Bixby on Jan. 18. Herb Kipp is recovering at home. Lena and Bob Carichner came from Hughesville to take Martine Kipp to visit him on Sunday afternoon. More...

Dimock

Paul Kurosky fell while he was running his snow blower last week. He spent a few days in the new hospital in Montrose and then was sent to Geisinger in Wilkes-Barre for tests. We hope he will be out of the hospital soon. More...

Beaver Meadows

Marilyn Johnson of Terrytown and Karen Bond had lunch at the Fireplace in Tunkhannock on Saturday. Pete and Jane McGee have been on the go, keeping up with their grandsons’ basketball games. More...

Laceyville

The Laceyville Library soup sale had a great turnout. Mary Tyler took her mother, Pearl Kimble to an appointment Monday morning and afterward they enjoyed breakfast at the Harkness Family Restaurant in Towanda. More...

Nimble

Well, it sure does feel like January weather has set in. It was only five degrees here on Nimble Hill Sunday morning. More...

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