The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Outdoor activities aplenty for area folksbeen forest and farms, although people still escaped to natural areas.
Outdoor activities aplenty for area folks
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted an hour ago
been forest and farms, although people still escaped to natural areas.
Social clubs and churches held summer picnics at groves outside of Hazleton.
Miners picked berries and mushrooms to help with expenses during slowdowns such as the coal... Read more
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Heritage Generals sweep to reach baseball state quarterfinalsadvancement this far is the first in program history for Heritage (23-7). The G
Heritage Generals sweep to reach baseball state quarterfinals
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
advancement this far is the first in program history for Heritage (23-7). The Generals will next play either North Hall or Locust Grove. Those teams split Wednesday and will play a deciding game today.
"They just seem to be unfazed," Heritage... Read more
Bangor Daily News
How a high school program is preserving seeds of the past for future generationsWhen researchers in Scotland needed seeds to grow Bere, a very old barley varie
How a high school program is preserving seeds of the past for future generations
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
When researchers in Scotland needed seeds to grow Bere, a very old barley variety once cultivated for thousands of years in highlands, they looked across the Atlantic to a central Maine high school.
They had exactly what the folks in Scotland were... Read more
State high school and junior high trap shooting champions crownedState high school and junior high trap shooting champions were crowned Wednesda
State high school and junior high trap shooting champions crowned
The Oklahoman / Posted 18 days ago
State high school and junior high trap shooting champions were crowned Wednesday in El Reno at the Oklahoma Skeet and Trap Shooting Association Shooting Park.
Winning the senior division (ninth through 12th grade) team title was Altus. Blair was the... Read more
Kingston Daily Freeman
April 15, 2016Today, April 15
Blood Drive: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Spackenkill High School, 112 Spa
April 15, 2016
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 21 days ago
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Today, April 15
Blood Drive: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Spackenkill High School, 112 Spackenkill Rd., Pleasant Valley. Redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS.
Baby/Toddler Playgroup: 9:30 a.m. For ages infant to 5 years old, Athens Cultural Center, 24... Read more
The Lewistown Sentinel
Donna Lou LockettMillerstown. She was raised by her aunt and uncle the late Ann and Morris Sweit
Donna Lou Lockett
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
Millerstown. She was raised by her aunt and uncle the late Ann and Morris Sweitzer, of Reedsville.
A 1964 graduate of Kish High School, she was employed by the American Viscose Corp, Fisher Electronics, and Lockett Lures before graduating from... Read more
Dorothy Ann Deal Mero Thaubaldand Ann M. Gump of Barrackville; a stepdaughter, Jamie Thaubald of Fayetteville
Dorothy Ann Deal Mero Thaubald
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 24 days ago
and Ann M. Gump of Barrackville; a stepdaughter, Jamie Thaubald of Fayetteville, Ga.; stepsons, Edward J. Thaubald IV of Locust Grove, Ga., and Lee Thaubald of Atlanta, Ga. Grandchildren surviving include Michael Mero, Sarah Souza, Michelle... Read more
York Daily Record
Pick up your ration book at the schoolhouseStudents at Glen Allen (Hake's) one-room school, September 1947
Pick up your ration book at the schoolhouse
York Daily Record / Posted 28 days ago
Students at Glen Allen (Hake's) one-room school, September 1947
Numerous former one-room schoolhouses still dot the countryside. Many have been converted to residences, some so modified that it is hard to detect their original use. A few have been... Read more