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Wildest dream

June 27, 2015 PENNS CREEK — White-tailed deer and eastern cottontails aren’t the only animals that inhabit the forests of Snyder Count. more »»

 
 
 
Fishy business

June 11, 2015 Editor’s note: In early May, Sentinel correspondent J.M. Bickings set out to explore the mission of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s Van Dyke Research Station in Juniata County. more »»

‘She just lights up the stage’

June 6, 2015 MILLERSTOWN — When reaching a goal is a struggle, sometimes another set of arms is needed to hold you up. more »»

Ellie Ritzman’s annual bake sale is today in Mifflintown

June 6, 2015 Ellie Ritzman and her family are hosting the eighth annual Ellie’s Bake Sale to raise funds for the Janet Weis Children’s Hospital in Danville, through the Children’s Miracle Network. more »»

Summertime and the reading is easy…

June 6, 2015 Summertime and the reading ... er, living … is easy. See, now you are humming this Gershwin song, too. ... more »»

‘A Little Boy’

May 30, 2015 MIFFLINTOWN — A father’s story brings memories and laughter at bedtime in many homes. This was true of the Hart family many years ago. more »»

New book takes a ride on Route 22

May 30, 2015 Traveling on Route 22 is almost a daily routine for many. We know it goes across Mifflin and Juniata counties, mostly running concurrently with Route 522 or Route 322. more »»

Tales from the book drop

May 30, 2015 Most libraries have a book drop for folks to return materials when the library is closed. People can avoid overdue fines and drop off borrowed items when it’s convenient for them. more »»

Remember

May 23, 2015 Remember the Fallen Ones By Sandy Rudy Mifflin The blood of our fallen heroes Is crying out today, What is happening to our country You can almost hear them say. more »»

Donations are a good thing, but ...

May 23, 2015 My southern friends call it “fussin. ’” In politics it’s called a bully pulpit. In religion it’s a sermon (fire and brimstone usually). In academia it’s “standing on a soapbox. more »»

99-year-old recalls war years in Italy

May 23, 2015 LEWISTOWN — When the German armies blew up Helsinki, Finland, in 1939, the Olympic dreams of swimmer Esther Williams were shattered. The 1940 games were cancelled due to the onset of World War II. more »»

Family finds historical newspapers during home remodeling project

May 9, 2015 McVEYTOWN — A simple request for new carpet turned into an historical treasure trove for one area family. more »»

At the library

May 9, 2015 Read it again ... Read it again ... Read it again ... I have a brother who is 12 years younger than I am, with no other siblings in betwee. more »»

Calendar girl

May 2, 2015 BEAVER SPRINGS — A quick snap with a camera phone in her family’s field landed Kalyn Renninger a cover photo on an agricultural calendar. more »»

At the library

May 2, 2015 There are no dumb/stupid questions! But, I surely have had some perplexing and funny inquiries in my career. more »»

Fleas: Friends for life

April 25, 2015 By kathryn divirgilius Sentinel reporter kdivirgilius@lewistownsentine. more »»

At the library

April 25, 2015 My mother and I went out to eat one evening. When we entered the restaurant there were three women we know sitting in a booth near us. What we couldn’t figure out is how they know each othe. more »»

Care for Kolleen

April 18, 2015 RICHFIELD — So many people care for Kolleen. more »»

What is a brain aneurysm?

April 18, 2015 What is a brain aneurysm? When the body functions normally, blood flows freely to and from your brain allowing you to perform daily tasks. more »»

At the library

April 18, 2015 This is the last day of National Library Week 2015, a time for recognizing the important role that libraries play in their communitie. more »»

 
 
 

 

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